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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • case in which an individual is far advanced on his path of evolution
    • would lead too far today to disclose the ways and means by which the
    • which spiritual scientific knowledge must become far more widely
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • times that are not so far behind us, we find that even the leading
    • includes far more than that of admitting women into the learned
    • aspect — in so far as such books are written by
    • a woman of one particular people (or nation or tribe) will differ far
    • characteristics of sexual gender, there is possibly something far
    • something that is far greater and more decisive than sexual
    • humanity changes far faster than on the surface it may appear to do.
    • renders far more impossible the way a woman can work and be active
    • she is engaged in the farmyard, in the house or in the old
    • rises up above the transient and the fleeting. On a far broader basis
    • one will see how far the latter surpasses the former. Thus it is a
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • better thoughts we can work indirectly upon the will but as far
    • something good or bad. In so far as our soul feels constrained to give
    • calm glow of light often extends as far as the heart. Two streams can
    • in our day; these achievements are essential for the welfare and the
    • images of the spiritual world we nevertheless fall far short of what
    • of the Spheres is thrust down farther still, into the province of the
    • we must conceive as being far, far stronger than the most violent
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • put it always in the same place. There is, however, a far more effective
    • the condition has not progressed too far, if one takes into account the
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • subject like the one chosen today, because the opinion is far too
    • easily conclude that human knowledge can go so far and no farther. It
    • strength and intensity far surpassing that required to receive merely
    • could experience the human self, the human ego, far more strongly than
    • nature far more intensely than is normally done. Whereas we normally
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • subtleties would have developed at that time only as far as a language
    • of such interjections. This disorder in the power of speech in so far
    • once more the organs of the human body in so far as those organs come
    • My dear friends, we have progressed so far in the evolution of
    • Humanity has not yet advanced very far; even Hegel was much maligned.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • some among them who go so far as to turn away from the
    • lie far in the past, our soul is actively involved in conjuring them
    • far-reaching consequences for our entire existence. This moment can
    • Exoteric scholarship pays far too little attention to the role played
    • merely terrestrial concerns into the far reaches of the universe. Thus
    • cosmic Christ living in the far reaches of the universe; this makes
    • of your knowledge have created it. That is as far as your eyes see; it
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • was employed not far from our building project. The father used to
    • biggest farce in world history; it is also the most abominable. This
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • the then civilized humanity and in a far higher degree than a limb
    • of belief today will depend to a far, far higher degree than is the
    • outer task of the second epoch. It would lead much too far today to
    • about Soloviev's main and central idea. Soloviev is far too good a
    • therefore Christ has risen — but this is far better logic than
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • evolution which lie far back in time, for instance, to the Atlantean epoch,
    • capacity of transformation was far less conspicuous, although they also
    • possessed it. Their physical body was far more hardened than that of man
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • a hyaena, whereas his etheric body will have a far greater resemblance
    • all those marks which now characterize the human physiognomy will be far
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • etc. In so far as Homer reincarnates, only the “man” Homer
    • encounter the spirits that inspired Socrates or Plato, in so far as they
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • increasingly aware that, so far as the ultimate problems of human existence
    • the men of learning, took far too little account of this. They believed they
    • driven human beings, so far as they are spiritual entities, out of the cosmos
    • also as far as he can be examined by natural science employing external
    • rise of Christianity from that time on. How far removed was this
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • nowadays takes these things far too easily. Death, for the majority of
    • the bodily nature of man in a far distant epoch. How they did so, you
    • content: literal content will be of far less importance for mankind as
    • In so far as men belong to a human community by their own act of will,
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • far as you have not yet attained clairvoyance, really only penetrated
    • arrangements seem far-fetched from the seemingly wise consciousness of
    • fruitful insofar as it does not work in us unconsciously. Think for a
    • otherwise we shall not get very far; above all, we shall not be able
    • will take place. This reappearance of the Christ is indeed not far
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • undergo. Natural science exists far more for the purpose of educating
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • pulsation of the blood. But that is about as far as a he gets to-day.
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces streaming down from cosmic spaces in so far as these cosmic
    • level of the child as far as possible, and not teaching him anything that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • body; in so far as we consider it in its entirety, we regard it, to
    • process, in so far as this has a pictorial character — more
    • worthless as far as knowledge is concerned. But this is not the case.
    • far as it is inward consciousness. We would lose ourselves entirely in
    • dream-consciousness, and still farther downwards the consciousness of
    • dreamless sleep. Descending even farther
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • moral ideas as such become fruitful only in so far as we remain in the
    • life of ideas, and in so far as we feel a certain satisfaction in
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • In so far as we are contemplative beings, thought operates in
    • us; in so far as we are doers, that is to say, social beings,
    • certainly realize that thoughts, as far as their actual content is
    • external world; as far as the actual content of the thoughts is
    • increasingly efface and exclude the actual thought content, in so far
    • love, then love goes with them. As far as the cosmos is concerned, an
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the eyes of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • space and time-relationships in so far as these may be represented
    • because it was dreamlike it had a far more lively way of perceiving
    • a proof of man's life in the spiritual world before conception. As far
    • of this fact. We have become far removed indeed from such
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • was not thrust so far out of himself as he is by the modern scientific
    • far we go in the knowledge we acquire from sense-observation and the
    • at a time when natural science was far less advanced than it is to-day.
    • science is very far removed from any dreamy, obscure mysticism, nor
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • feeling is a dimly apprehended experience, that so far as actual
    • farther into the darkness of the East — this Sun-treasure must wait
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the spheres. In so far as it is of a vowel nature it echoes in the
    • etheric body, and in the physical body in so far as it is of a
    • Zodiac in the way of world consonants, then go far enough away:
    • grade, and makes geometry sound musically, all this, as far as I know,
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • So far I have been describing quite simply, from an external
    • when he is uniting with the physical, we should have a sphere — far
    • change of teeth and puberty. At puberty the process is so far advanced
    • differentiations which the astral body has brought with it are far
    • is so far formed that it can receive these forces that develop out of
    • world. In the heart, as far as the etheric universe is concerned, you
    • far as the astral is concerned, you have a gathering together of all
    • Naturally, all that takes place in the heart is far more hidden than
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • greater and greater intensity the farther we go back in history — is
    • These ideals show us how far man is able to fulfill his whole human
    • in human life, assume far-reaching significance when we understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • change as far as my consciousness is concerned would be simply to abandon
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • — insofar as he is a super-sensible as well as a material being
    • would naturally be going too far to discuss details in this area. The
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • ordinary waking life, man's earthly life and action was far more
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • is in Jupiter's domain; yet the interactions between them are far more
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • That you yourselves, my dear friends, in so far as you truly and
    • Sun, to that Sun existence which lived in all his incarnations so far as
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Christianity, too, especially as far as its central point, the
    • You see, in far
    • far as the pronouncing of righteous sentences. Impossible —
    • down as far as the wisdom of the scribes, who were the Hebrew
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • individual characters, he was far from presenting to his audience an
    • in a far more unprejudiced way. The poet's adventurous nature explains
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
    • him the possibility to face things more freely and in a far more
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • and Evil will form a far greater contrast than they do today. What
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • comes out of our own soul, it comes from us. And we are far
    • passed away the next so far as physical consciousness is concerned;
    • That an event is past means simply that it is farther away from us. I
    • farther distant from it. We confront our dead at the moment of falling
    • sub-consciousness.) So far as physical consciousness is concerned,
    • one is only a little farther distant than the other. I want you to
    • the physical world much farther than do children who remain with us,
    • his activity ceases so far as the physical world is concerned. But it
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • objections. Far-reaching, momentous issues as well as matters closer
    • lectures. Therefore, we have tried to leave them unchanged as far as
    • so far to the left. These people will tend to utter melodious vowels.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • gone into here embraces far-reaching truths. Take one example: it is
    • far that he begins to sweat, this goes too far; it does not belong to
    • should be a process in the soul, not going as far as physical
    • could not go so far as to see that the activity which finds material
    • themselves to think abstractly only in so far as they know what they
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • present time, when so much — far more than people realise —
    • carries his humanity so far that he does it because he likes to do it,
    • far-reaching sense. Take what is objected to most of all in my
    • legal regulation of existing affairs. The radical parties go as far as
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • ourselves only in so far as we think. We emerge from it only with our
    • zenith — far from it! For example, you can find today in the
    • far-reaching change that has occurred in Man's life of soul. For a
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • and far-reaching metamorphosis took place in man's life of soul and
    • so far as the metabolic process is subject to rhythm and reacts in
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • Let us now go farther back, within the ear. We come to the so-called
    • song. But in this case the metamorphosis is not so far-reaching. In
    • in which the consonants predominate, human beings can far less be
    • known to Goethe. We, of course, have to go farther, in a way entirely
    • everything within us. If you cut your toe, it is far removed from your
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • arise primarily because people are far too concerned with themselves
    • occupied with themselves. For, as everyone knows, as far as subjective
    • as far as the mutual relationship between pupil and teacher is
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • particular thing is kept secret is of far less importance than that
    • mankind to spiritualise — as far as this can be achieved — the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • darker. An unknown impulse urges him to go farther; he has a
    • he had shown us from afar changes into a murderous weapon. The
    • greatest intensity and far-reaching effect take place in the
    • ordinary way is an unconscious condition so far as the human
    • Barbarossa. In spite of the fact that so far as the outer
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • There is not so far to go; very soon something different is reached.
    • unconscious, as far as the ordinary consciousness is concerned. But
    • of our soul. In so far as man's essential being is experienced in what
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • The early Christian Gnosis possessed a far deeper and
    • an ‘abstraction,’ for to-day man is very far from
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • so far at least as the majority of men were concerned. A further
    • ‘man,’ albeit by far the greatest. Thus in the 19th
    • led to no real result. It would lead us much too far to enter into
    • far-reaching correspondence between the descriptions of ancient
    • its farthest future may be summed up by saying that a clear knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • lead us too far, but a comparison will show that our method of
    • point of view, indicating thereby that to him music or art was far
    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • because of the current opinion that so far as intelligence and reason
    • destined place in evolution and he looked back to a far remote past
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • would lead too far. But it is everywhere apparent that in the depths
    • Therefore he uses themes in which he is able to show that laws far
    • admit the existence of a continent there in the far past — a
    • life of soul was entirely different. He lived in a far more
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • orders. Look to the far East — so said Iamblichus — and you
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
    • far as the Angeloi. At present, people do not rise beyond this
    • inclination for the Angeloi as far as the Archangeloi.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • animals differ far more from one another than the human beings. In
    • could not as yet speak of etheric bodies; indeed, he was far from
    • external world, as far as its highest regions, cooperates in the
    • forces ... well, also a farmer does not see the forces that are
    • importance to themselves. Yet it would be far more reasonable to
    • in that way; he would describe things far more consciously and thus
    • It is difficult to explain this word; it is a far more qualitative
    • is a far more concrete thing. We may come across this in life itself
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • Post-Atlantean epoch already lies in the far past and our age is the
    • dwelling-place of the God. And it is really the case that the farther
    • far less importance — we know that he must have passed within a
    • Temple, in so far as we are each of us a microcosm permeated by soul.
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • who came from afar, not out of the home country itself. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • picture he would discover that a far deeper meaning lies hidden in
    • We men of to-day little know how far we have gone in
    • are apt to imagine the past history of mankind far too similar to the
    • of Earth-evolution, and that he had evolved by degrees farther and
    • farther from the Divine-spiritual Beings. “The sickness of
    • must look back beyond my birth, far into the past, if I would see the
    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • not always so. If we go no farther back than to the earlier part of
    • not even need to go back so far before we come to a time when the
    • connection with the evolution of the Archangels. We can go so far as
    • Now in those far-off times when an element of will came to expression
    • even only as far as ancient Egypt and Chaldea, we find in every land
    • far back as Roman times. Cicero and Caesar we can still understand,
    • a study of Caesar is far from being free and natural. If we were not
    • lofty and sublime and far-reaching Event that took place in the
    • them — and more especially, the farther we go Westward —
    • Asia things have not yet gone so far, but as we go West we find
    • all things, the far beginning of all things. “In the Beginning
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • of a far more highly spiritual order than Jahve or Jehovah.
    • with the spiritual world — which was moreover of far greater
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • thought with the dead. Only, of course, these thoughts are far more
    • are by no means far away from us; they are far nearer to us than we
    • quarter-truths have far worse effects than complete errors. Thus it
    • I said half- or quarter-truths often have a far worse effect than
    • with us now touches our soul far more nearly than what they did in
    • should remain as far as possible in the whole circle with which his
    • has to revolve in far larger circles. So, as one spiritual year is
    • etheric body. But after this first spirit-year a far higher
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • is far from being exhausted. Again and again from different
    • Dupuis as a mere priest lie, that the priests as far as they
    • above all to the human soul after death. This lay far from the Greek
    • main far more concerned with the creation of man. In observing the
    • Gods were connected with men who lived in primeval times. Far more
    • far beyond talking of sulphur processes in the cosmos when thunder
    • look farther back, I was related as a human being to the macrocosm
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • them. Imagine to yourselves such pictures, but in a far more perfect
    • so far as it is won from the atmosphere, but it is in organic
    • ‘Freedom of the Peoples.’ And far more than men imagine
    • are sexual impulses present in the catastrophic events of today, far
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • knowledge the far-reaching world-conception, which was an inner
    • times. But far the greater number of people saw nothing at all. Far
    • represented. Far the greater number of people stood — to use
    • this new offspring. And she moved it about, she dragged it far off
    • her clairvoyance there one day arose in her the deep meaning, as far
    • stands far away from reality. The power of the Word, the power of
    • the new humanity about the nature of the new humanity, in so far as
    • abstract concept, the abstract idea and is far removed from the
    • keynote in our modern times. Words today are far removed from their
    • original source, ideas are often still farther removed, and people do
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • centre. For the idea of heredity plays far the greatest role in the
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • times where the words, concepts and ideas are far removed from their
    • such far-lying concepts, my dear friends, if one is to develop the
    • must bring the ideas from far away. For one can say:
    • with Lenin, who was abroad in a place not far from here. They
    • very far from the plan to stab in the back those who are ready to die
    • given me a magazine in which they support Goethe's ‘Farbenlehre’.
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • element far into old age, but he had also the joy of this dependence.
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • physical form that wanders about before our eyes as man — far,
    • far more is man. But this physical structure that wanders round
    • With the rest of the organism one must far more have in mind what is
    • than to the twenty-seventh or twenty-sixth year. In so far is the
    • living lie somewhat far apart from one another today. The dead have a
    • the earlier ideas. We need not go back very far — only people
    • theology-history-product. In this sphere, however, mankind is far
    • friends, that, so far as the relation of the rest of Europe to France
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • of our organism, in so far as it is physical, through a kind of
    • two authors. Just think, the man goes as far as writing the
    • about nature is far more spiritual than what was formerly known. What
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • requisite preliminary knowledge. Other opinions will be in so far
    • the skin and the senses. So far as the outer periphery of our body is
    • confronting color. Perhaps what I am about to say is far from the
    • German, French, or English history as far back as possible, he does
    • from physical forbears in the Middle Ages as far as their blood is
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • bodies should not point to their ancestors, as far as their souls are
    • far-reaching interrelationships, a materialistic method of perception
    • understanding of human nature and of the universe in so far as man is
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • asleep and begins again when he wakes; in other words, so far as the
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • time. They declare that, so far as his mental attitude is concerned,
    • intellect was far less such that the word was alive within him; he
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • knowledge that man’s power of investigation, in so far as it
    • indeed exist, so far as the everyday consciousness of man is
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • sense — however far off achievement still lies today —
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • remain by this materialism. But it is far more superficial to
    • image can, in a certain way, lead us into the super-sensible world far
    • so far back, philosophy has, after all, always developed out of a
    • more and more abundantly, developing as far as Oken's problems, which
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • culminating point, in the nineteenth century, at least in so far as
    • careful study of material processes, rising as far as the human
    • certainly rooted, in so far as the conceptions permeate the head, in
    • us to welfare and security.
    • observance of this commandment is, in a Christian meaning, far more
    • souls, something which spiritualises the human being, even as far as
    • into medicine, as far as Hippocrates, leaving aside the more ancient,
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • is far more difficult to perceive the true relationship of cause and
    • very far. Indeed, we may even determine the limits of this enveloping
    • aura, enveloping the whole Building, reaches as far as this spot,
    • world. It would be far easier to hide this fact, or to take on airs
    • would lead us too far to speak of the peculiar Karma of a human soul
    • can realise that man's future salvation, man's welfare in the nearest
    • the spiritual world; for this we would have to unfold far
    • have become accessible to us through that boy, it is far easier to be
    • remind you of one of the greatest works of art that have so far been
    • including them in the evolution of the earth, for the welfare of the
    • strength, so that the things needed for the welfare of mankind may
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • fluids. All substances, in so far as they are foodstuffs, are salt.
    • wisdom. They speak of an ancestor far back in time — an
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • derived from the Greek, indicate even to-day far more than those
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • already far too abstract in order [to] grasp the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the human being? Why does the modern intellect believe that as far as
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • still far too common. Because people are tired of the old in its
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • For the welfare of both Movements it is essential that they should be
    • case stands, for there is at the present time far too great a
    • nebulous obscurity. But this is absolutely essential for the welfare
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha for the welfare of the earth
    • character, but as far as imaginative knowledge is concerned, it can
    • body, this spatial interior is far more external than the real
    • they were built by forces that are far more spiritual than those that
    • stomach as our exterior. This would lead us far closer to the
    • that were given so far in our spiritual science enable you to grasp
    • first days after his death, are particularly important as far as the
    • cannot look back as far as the hour of our birth; we cannot look back
    • Ego-consciousness that not only resembles but far exceeds that which
    • far as our birth, we are ripe for the moment when also that part of
    • wonderful process — which is, above all, far higher than the
    • head. In so far as we live in materialism, we generally have not
    • far as our physical consciousness is concerned, this is, in fact,
    • connected with our head or with our organism in so far as these are
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    • in so far as this existence is an earthly one and in so far as he
    • out as far as this place: Here is the Gulf of Bothnia, the Finnish
    • penetrate with their influence as far as the etheric body, and to
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    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • consider something else. What I have been describing thus far might
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • inevitable if the Society wanted to go farther and engage in actual
    • far from shrinking from exposure to it, anthroposophy enters into the
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • without preparing ourself for the understanding of it. In our day a far more
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    • welfare. We could enumerate hundreds of such life problems that are
    • far more deeply illuminating than people usually imagine.
    • however, only extends as far as the physical, etheric and astral
    • being, your whole spiritual organism. Far from it. If you saw a rose
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    • hereditary ones, is to consider their whole surroundings, in so far
    • if a disturbance occurs in the heart for instance, that in so far as
    • of the mutual relationships of man's organs in so far as they
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    • times as far as ancient Lemuria we come to that moment when the
    • evolution or in evolution as a whole, in so far as it comprises the
    • only in those times it was far richer. If we wanted to speak as they
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    • be far removed from the previous lectures but which will nevertheless
    • dissociating its rhythm from the surrounding rhythms. In the far
    • definite relationships between the animals and the land. Farmers used
    • calendars. In the farmer's lore a consciousness of these rhythms lay
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    • we shall have to link up two things apparently very far removed from
    • the floating blob of farm the direction of the equator and a needle
    • yet is inwardly in harmony with them. Thus in the far distant past a
    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
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    • have a kind of survey of the phenomena of illness in so far as each
    • Heaven!’ In other words, man lives backwards as far as his
    • and there he is. As far as the external situation goes, we can quite
    • ascent of mankind, for mankind's real welfare and real progress.
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    • paradise, and who had not yet descended as far as the earth. What we
    • evolution. If some day you follow up these matters with me as far as
    • image of God throughout Europe and also as far as Asia, which
    • welfare of our souls will take care of us, those who do the job, and
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    • however, the etheric body does not extend very far beyond the
    • through ancient Saturn, Sun and Moon as far as our Earth evolution,
    • in so far as it is a sense object. But if a man were to stand in
    • what man sees before him as a great and wonderful ideal in the far
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    • for example, be the case that at least as far as we can judge, we
    • martyrdom of spiritual knowledge, in so far as it is self-knowledge
    • as it were confined in his own cell. Far from being an ironical
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    • as far as the development of consciousness is concerned. Unbiased
    • the Venus sphere is required for the Sun sphere. If we are to fare
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    • Those who have remained behind on Earth have a far
    • far rather have made a most striking impression upon you? If we knew
    • man's thinking is far too materialistic, even if he often believes in
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    • that our condition in sleep is objectively far more similar to the
    • faculty of perception far more in line with the life between death
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    • so great that, as far as lay within his power, he incorporated into
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    • know that in the post-Atlantean era there have so far been five main
    • What thus remains entirely concealed we can follow back as far as
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    • to a far greater extent than was the case after the Mystery of
    • their souls men were far less independent. They were under the direct
    • Beings of the nearest higher Hierarchies to a far greater extent than
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    • perception takes place, a reversal far more radical than takes place
    • from the standpoint of our physical senses only, but far greater
    • wheat in a particular field or go fifty paces farther on and pick one
    • there. As far as the essential properties are concerned, one grain is
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    • complicated in so far as they are connected with outer life and men
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    • finished with the last earthly incarnation. As far as the region of
    • indeed come over from Sun to Earth but belongs to far deeper regions
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    • Mystery of Golgotha a change of far-reaching significance occurred in
    • far-distant spiritual worlds and would not unveil itself.
    • what I expressed by saying: The nature of this Mystery lies far, far
    • that something is happening far, far away in the spiritual worlds and
    • him, even though it be from a far spiritual distance, separated from
    • will speak of it only in so far as it bears on our present
    • that past epoch one must look to worlds lying infinitely far away in
    • Aeons. Far, far away in the world of the Aeons — so thought the
    • for the Divine Sophia. As though in the far distance of the
    • gives an impression of rabbinical subtleties, far too intricate for a
    • far-reaching Monism, has left such fancies far behind. We must look
    • carried so splendidly far in our thoughts about energy and evolution?
    • far, far from being understood; I would like you to feel that the
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    • as far as it did in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the Graeco-Latin
    • take a course which leads it farther and farther away from this
    • things. Far removed from anything like orderly thought, the
    • can overlook the far-reaching influence of Sibyllism on the world in
    • they are far removed from their immediate surroundings, far above
    • beyond anything a human being can experience in himself in so far as
    • in so far as the earthly reveals the psychic-spiritual. The Delphic
    • perfectly lucid, but far removed from real spiritual life. But the
    • which answers the question: How far does Paul's world extend?
    • just as far over the Earth as the domain of the olive tree extends.
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    • event, far back in the Lemurian Age, had not taken place in the
    • home in the north, in the Hyperborean land. Farewell festivals were
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    • end of the Atlantean time, as a far distant prefiguring of the
    • by these words something far more spiritual than anything they can
    • Nowadays people read these things far too abstractly.
    • relationship of the Christ-filled man to men who are far from Christ.
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    • farewell greeting but had gone forth to experience knightly
    • far as he could, with the Mystery of Golgotha, of which Parsifal knew
    • And from His Grace I stayed afar.”
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    • realm of human history, in so far as human history is sustained by
    • Prester John, who had his kingdom on the far side of the lands
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    • in so far as they have a sheath-nature, but whole types of natural
    • one were to go still farther back into ancient times one would find
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    • light being, of course, by far the strongest. All the heavenly bodies
    • The farther we go back in the evolution of the Earth, the less do we
    • know that as far as his apparent movement is concerned, Saturn moves
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    • physical bodies, other connections arise, which are far more
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • live ten, twenty, thirty, or forty years with another person, a far
    • death is a far-reaching experience, a far-reaching perception, and,
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • which mean to us far more than those we otherwise make in the course
    • the spiritual world except those which have so far descended upon it.
    • death-process as far as its surface is concerned, for this surface of
    • how people confront this without being aware of it. As far as
    • ... indeed, many a teacher of Greek thinks that he is far greater
    • As far as we
    • only for the welfare of individual human souls, but also for the
    • welfare of the entire progress of humanity here upon the earth. In my
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    • for our life as a whole they are far more important than our
    • sense-perceptions, for we are united far more intensely and
    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • something that cannot quite be called memory — for it is far
    • into something far more inward) — one can give oneself up to
    • referring is far more real than that we commonly call real —
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • of the dead to the living, in so far as it rests on Inspirations.
    • when, generally speaking, they divined far more of the reality of
    • these life-habits are so far ripened that they come from them after
    • when in a far more conscious way — by recognition of the
    • This is a far more
    • astral body enters far more into his inner life than that which plays
    • individualities, can have with people on earth, is far more intimate
    • called to know it, more and more consciously, the farther they evolve
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    • evolution in so far as this evolution is dependent upon man's
    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • What we have considered so far amounts to one aspect of what in the
    • happen will happen to the earth. No matter how far or how deeply our
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    • owing to its super-sensible character; but as far as imaginative
    • the case of the physical body, this spatial interior is far more
    • outside. Nevertheless, they were built by forces that are far more
    • interior, and the stomach as our exterior. This would lead us far
    • The descriptions that were given so far in our spiritual
    • particularly important as far as the etheric body is concerned. But
    • the physical plane we cannot look back as far as the hour of our
    • not only resembles but far exceeds that which we have here during our
    • when we have gone back as far as our birth, we are ripe for the
    • all, far higher than the one which takes place on earth, when summer
    • Just consider the fact: we use our head. In so far as we live in
    • believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As far as
    • so far as these are exclusively formed by the earth, but that he is
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    • same time livingly, in so far as this is possible, into those worlds
    • has beyond it, as far as the physical outlook is concerned,
    • he would live far more purely in the world of colours. And if he did
    • a far higher sense than the beautifying influence of Art is for us,
    • far that we have discarded this childish play of the human race.”
    • example, which may appear to be far-fetched, and from an entirely
    • were how far natural science can bring the world forward. When a
    • certain nuance of conceptual thought. But they do not go as far as
    • not extend as far as feeling and will. You can read for yourselves
    • goes as far as certain shades of feeling; but he does not reach to
    • feeling and will, and yet so far removed from the body that the
    • to do with it, in so far as it is supposed to be a picture of
    • existence or life, and the portrait; as far as life is concerned, it
    • But our thinking is far too inadequate for a true
    • should be. For, the welfare of the human race can become a reality
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    • far-reaching questions of Anthroposophy, to take into consideration
    • great rôle; in a not far-distant future this sentence will be
    • not far away from our earth-existence, but rather works in it and
    • different. When man shall have advanced so far as to be able with
    • perhaps there down below, far removed from the first place, ‘There
    • evolved so far, that in addition he is also working at the
    • far the work of the Archangels, working down from above, from their
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    • united to his physical body, and only alters in so far as the man
    • Archangels does not extend; they have not as yet gone far enough in
    • history of the world, in so far as it consists of the histories of
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    • is spun into the web of this work. In so far as the evolution of
    • sentient-soul, therefore, he is thus far given up to all his desires
    • element of any significance to the Archangels, in so far as it is
    • from within, and indeed exactly so far as man permeates himself
    • inwardly with what has just been described. Thus far can the
    • Archangels penetrate into the human inner being, and thus far also
    • transform it into our instruments, so are we the objects in so far as
    • inner experiences of men are woven, in so far as these experiences
    • in certain respects such a Folk-soul is really rather far removed
    • only navigable as far as to the Portuguese frontiers; there were no
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    • as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and through our Earth period itself in so far
    • strange, that so far as the actual intentions of the Spirits of Form
    • would far prefer everything to go on with a certain regularity, and
    • then man would only come into consideration, as far as the physical
    • evenly on, we have only a sort of mill-wheel in our mind, and are far
    • If we continue this line, we come far to the West, to
    • so far as he is dependent upon the physical organizing forces, not
    • which he had already been in times lying very far back. In the
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    • far removed from us, in order to acquire an understanding of how we
    • really come into existence? There was a time, which lies far back in
    • for our earth-ideal, in so far as we remember the past of the earth.
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    • much disorder as far as man is concerned; it was necessary that one
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    • of fact, look back very far indeed, back to early Atlantean times, if
    • We have to look in the Far East for that stream of
    • epoch, from the farthest East in India and in a wide curve through
    • he would not get very far if he were always to emphasize that there
    • abstract relentlessness, and how all the other peoples, in so far as
    • over a great part of Western Europe, as far as the present Hungary,
    • Spirit were also spread far up towards the north-east of Europe. They
    • indicated, in how far he has the foundations for a Spirit of the Age.
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    • far-reaching fundamental kernel of mythological ideas extends over
    • all the Germanic peoples and tribes in Europe so that, even far to
    • of which here would lead us too far) — there is to-day a
    • far-fetched, and yet it is the same when in comparative religion one
    • that the peoples of ancient India had advanced very far in human
    • dull, dreamy condition. The Indians were the farthest evolved when
    • had arrived so far that, at the time when their ‘ I ’
    • Beings who were active in a very far-distant past, in the time of old
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    • It would carry us too far if we were to pursue this
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
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    • Eastern culture had already proceeded so far, that it was capable of
    • The Persian Folk-soul had not progressed so far as this,
    • only so far as to perception in the sentient body or astral body. It
    • the nineteenth century, are apparently far removed from the sphere of
    • Christ, — so far as it has been worked out in
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    • of Rosicrucianism. It is far from the intention underlying these
    • flow that which leads to the common progress, to the common welfare
    • we Anthroposophists go, whether far or near, may we always find
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    • Das Wesen der Farben,
    • this separation of the moon from the earth. We must go far back in time, before
    • means so very far distant. Humanity as such is becoming younger and younger.
    • intelligence, it is true, but with intensely evil intent. And in so far as man
    • knowledge that hurls mankind into calamity so far as his cosmic existence is
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    • are, far and wide, confused with all manner of diseased phenomena in
    • far as they are bound up with his bodily organism. If, for instance, it
    • then we realise that we have within us a second human being in a far
    • learns to know spiritual facts, these are realities in a far higher
    • humanity. Spiritual science can of course go so far as to consider the
    • Far from it. And finally, if from certain deeply-seated feelings which
    • physical or spiritual facts may be discovered, in any far-distant
    • the blue firmament above; merely because people can only see as far as
    • birth or conception and as far as death with ordinary human faculties
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    • his thoughts were coming to him as it were from the far spaces of the
    • descended from those far spaces and united Himself with the earth.
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    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
    • was held up by the multifarious jobs to which in the meantime he had
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    • far as the effects upon the constitution of man are concerned, there
    • soul. And the farther back we go in the history of the evolution of
    • able to descend so far into the depths of his soul that he there
    • many would far rather let things be conjured before them in all kinds
    • permanently into a sanctum with suitably coloured walls, as far away
    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
    • far more vulnerable to them. With our Building,
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    • that has remained farthest of all in the rear of the actual demands
    • part of the population of Western Europe, of Middle Europe and far
    • far-off America, in the bodies of a race which was conquered by
    • applied to life in a concrete way, although this is still far from
    • pretty far.
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    • authority of a teacher. This is far more comfortable. On the other
    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
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    • space what you imagine to be your physical body. You would have a far
    • If we go back as far as the 8th Century,
    • as human bodies are now constituted. They were filled to a far
    • were, so to speak, far more similar to the plant nature, whereas the
    • insofar as this life is a continuation of the life before birth or
    • conception. Our world conception would become far less selfish than
    • their influences into it, insofar as we are Europeans, for past and
    • far more difficult to understand. But for modern people it suffices
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    • we must go far back into cosmic evolution in order to give an
    • man's feeling life, we only have to go back as far as the Moon
    • evolution, and for his volitional life as far as the evolution of
    • far more delicate way than is usually the case.
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    • only so far as to be able to say that any organ, any structure in
    • line. Science ignores how far the form in which the animal appears in
    • I have so far described simply as a feeling that is surging up.
    • of man that lights up in me inwardly is far higher than anything I
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    • away from, we reject, so far as we are able, what is unsound or
    • Materialism is quite right as far as earthly consciousness is
    • love another human being. And in so far as we become able to do this,
    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • communicate, then as far as the inner spiritual activity is
    • was far more instinctive and less conscious, it could not rightly be
    • so far as he produces the knowledge.
    • then, as far as that field was concerned, he went without the
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    • post-Atlantean period. They received the intellect, in so far as they
    • made, in so far as it might be good for the two persons concerned, or
    • people can only approach one another on far more impersonal grounds.
    • consciousness soul to develop something far more detached, more
    • welfare and human happiness, this or that form of socialism, have
    • given out from far deeper depths than during the Graeco-Roman
    • far as we live on earth in our physical bodies. This is a real train
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
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    • clairvoyant faculties and gave man a knowledge far surpassing the
    • beginning of the twenties. As far as outward appearance goes, mankind
    • goes so far as to explain the event at
    • to the habits and ways of thought of the present day, is far from being
    • enough. today, mankind has only come so far as to speak of the contrast
    • very far indeed from forming any true idea of the Resurrection of which
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • accommodated better for this Lecture Course than here, in a farm so
    • Course on Farming this condition will most certainly be fulfilled at
    • his devoted work, in the farming activities we undertook at Stuttgart
    • inevitably — a little far remote. Not everyone, perhaps, will
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • can no doubt be said. Yet therewithal you are still far from
    • must include a far wider horizon in our studies of the life of plant
    • wanted to point out the need to look a little farther afield than is
    • farther. Everything that lives in the silicious nature contains
    • complete about water itself. Water contains far, far more than what
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
    • tried to show where the questions arise — questions which go far
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • A farm is true to its
    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • ideal cannot be absolutely attained, but it should be observed as far
    • should try to posses it within the farm itself (including in the
    • farm,” needless to say, the due amount of cattle).
    • farm from outside should be regarded rather as a remedy for a sick
    • farm. That is the ideal. A thoroughly healthy farm should be able to
    • from our own farm? But it is not so. Although these things may not be
    • concept of the necessary self-containedness of any farm.
    • hand, from which our farm springs forth, and on the other hand, that
    • coin the phrase. We, in our farm, are going about in the belly of the
    • farm, and the plants themselves grow upward in the belly of the farm.
    • Earth. Thus, so far as plant-growth is concerned, we must look for
    • works inward from the far spaces of the Cosmos to influence the
    • farthest distances of the Cosmos — the farthest that come into
    • intense the farther we go into the interior of the Earth). This
    • in our earthly realm, we must drive the earthly as far as possible
    • not get very far. We should not get far if it were not for the fact
    • any farm you have the right amount of horses, cows and other animals,
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • cosmic forces, of which I have spoken, work in the farm through the
    • nitrogen — its influence in all farm-production. This is
    • the Spiritual itself as it spreads far and wide. Therefore they named
    • farther. I have placed two things side by side; on the one hand the
    • small proportion of oxygen, which is the bearer of life, and a far
    • this oxygen in our environment. But we pay far less attention,
    • so, it would be like a man who lived on a farm but wanted to remain
    • into the far spaces of the Universe all that is formed, and
    • life bearing to have a certain bearing on our work as farmers.
    • has farming to do can meditate. He thereby makes himself receptive to
    • revelations, we shall presently conduct our farming in a very
    • in farm and farmyard — we suddenly begin to know them.
    • characterise it again. Think of a simple peasant-farmer, one whom
    • intellectual conceptions it tries to apprehend things that are far
    • hydrogen carries them outward into the far spaces of the Universe
    • seed-formation there is chaos, and away in the far circumference
    • in the farthest circles of the Universe. Then the new being
    • — in all those plants which are well known in farming as the
    • at the remaining organs, which breathe in a far more hidden way and
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • substantially. By far the greater part is there to give the body the
    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • only does not go far enough in the process to become such plant-integument
    • conceive it thus (although in Nature it does not go so far): Imagine
    • relationship to all things that concern our farming work, and above
    • value is attached; refuse of farm and garden, from grass that we have
    • however, in the sense that it does not care to go on as far as the fruiting
    • is used as ordinary farm-yard-manure. What is farm-yard-manure?
    • — the otherwise idle members of a farming household will take
    • and now you treat it in a similar way. Only in this case you need far
    • for the farmer, and in the last resort it only amounts to this: they
    • It really amounts to little more than that. The farmer may not always
    • a comely size. But he does not pursue the investigation far enough beyond
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • discussion. I will only say this to begin with: The idea that in farming
    • our farms, we are taking forces away from the earth — nay, even
    • We shall attain far more by tackling the dirt itself, directly.
    • is happening to-day on many farms. Then we are ruthlessly exploiting
    • forces to it. The living forces are far more important for the
    • then you will trace it still farther, in its yarrow-nature, throughout
    • Now hang it up throughout the summer in a place exposed as far as possible
    • the substance of the intestinal walls is far more important. Therefore,
    • here or there in our farming work, with the occurrence of plant
    • ever so clearly. Far more important it is for him to be able to heal
    • This, too, is a plant which if it only grows among our farms, has a
    • from liquid manure, or ordinary farmyard-manure, or compost.
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • certainly does not take us very far into the essence of the matter.
    • hand. So it has come about: far and wide, the vine plantations
    • the Earth itself was far more living, fruiting, inherently fertile.
    • is at work as in reproduction. Only in growth it does not go so far
    • all — and we get no farther along these lines. Treated in this
    • in the second year you will see, there is far less of the kind of weed
    • this way. Quite generally speaking, you have far-reaching possibilities
    • upon a time by an instinctive farming wisdom. They could plant together,
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • is a very good friend of the farmer — the field-mouse. What do
    • no good unless the neighbouring farmer also does so, for they only come
    • in the future we must look far more to intelligent insight than to police
    • again. Undoubtedly the influence of it rays out far and wide; nevertheless,
    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • forces are sliding too far down. Hence, too, the outward appearance
    • A seed will develop fertility far and wide through the Moon-saturated
    • water; likewise a seed will develop forces of annihilation far and wide
    • Hence, in the force of annihilation too, it works far and wide. Expansive
    • work far and wide, even if you only sprinkle a very little, and you
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    • With these talks, Steiner created and launched 'biodynamic' farming -
    • time at our disposal, I wish to say something about farm animals,
    • these branches of farming, too, we can have no fruitful starting-point
    • I must ask you to follow me in matters which lie yet a little farther
    • were thoroughly familiar to the more instinctive insight of the farmer;
    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • the life, together on the farm, of plant and animal. Here again, we
    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • For it is far more intimately related to the surrounding astrality.
    • the astrality is far denser. Once more, it is far denser. Our trees
    • You see, the farmer can easily become clair-sentient. Only in recent
    • Far, far
    • mineral — far more so than the roots of herbaceous plants. And
    • without the other. Hence the farmer should also be careful to let the
    • insects and birds flutter around in the right way. The farmer himself
    • immediate vicinity but far and away around it (for these things work
    • for the surrounding farmlands — for the herbaceous and graminaceous
    • from the spiritual side. It is of a far-reaching significance.
    • though they were not so clever, they were far wiser; out of their feeling
    • instance. To improve our stock of mammals in a farm or in a farming
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    • in the discussions, according to your needs. As far as possible in the
    • feeding of farm animals. Such a state of affairs cannot be much improved
    • the farm is a living organism. Above, in the air, it evolves its astrality.
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
    • manure not from your own farm animals, but get rid of the animals and
    • for our farm. Or again, we must take care to plant what the animals
    • to make the farm, as far as possible, so self-contained that it is able
    • to sustain itself. As far as possible — not quite! Why not? The
    • Nevertheless, you should try to attain it as far as possible.
    • actually aware what a farm looks like, what it is like in practice,
    • on, simply because they always find them helpful. Likewise in farming,
    • farm. Then they look up their text-books, or they remember what they
    • what you give. Think how you will stand in your farming work if you
    • led a little farther towards fructification.
    • what heavenly creatures they are! In their fat body — insofar
    • feels happiest if it receives manure as far as possible in the original
    • farmer friends here present, namely, that what has been given here to
    • the farmers' circle. They will enhance it and develop it by actual
    • experiments and tests. The farmers' society — the “Experimental
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    • by saying: With his whole thinking, insofar as it is
    • geometrically. We may therefore say: insofar as man faces
    • through feeling into your form, insofar as it is enclosed
    • Ten: A breeder of animals. Eleven: He becomes a farmer;
    • Hunter, breeder of animals, farmer and trader. This
    • farmer, or trader. These are forms of human activities, of
    • Farmer.
    • the stars come into consideration insofar as they are
    • He is able to live as a farmer, by — well, let us
    • first take the simplest farming existence — by
    • Farmer
    • therefore a gardener, a farmer. Pisces, the fishes, is a
    • he must often bend his knees. If he is a farmer he must
    • hunter, breeder of animals, farmer, and trader. Everything
    • by going back still farther, to the epoch of Taurus, to the
    • insofar as he has a head; he develops within his own self
    • insofar as he has a thorax; he develops his extremities and
    • through life. We are head, as far as Cancer. We have this
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    • to spread so far and wide, neither could, on the other hand, our connection
    • means of which an ether body that is being prepared from out of the far
    • spaces of the cosmos, and it comes at certain times, from the far spaces of
    • the 18th century, we see the French Revolution spreading its currents far and
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • centuries, by Galvani and Volta. People give far too little thought to such
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    • until the time of its second dentition around the seventh year. Far
    • which presents far greater difficulties.
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    • Insofar as the so-called believers in a simple faith point to the
    • external experiences. If he goes so far as to observe his inner being
    • forth another experience of a kind that is very far removed from
    • super-sensible man. It would lead too far for me to go into it now
    • — and you will be far enough advanced to aspire to the kind
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    • depths of our souls, mysteries far removed from the outer world; so,
    • far-reaching wisdom was actually lost to man; how this wisdom of the
    • way. One only gets as far as the impression — not to that which
    • far as the impression made on the ear — not to the thing that
    • ‘O yes! As far as to the stars!’
    • fitted for a man who can reach as far as to the stars, thus:
    • yes! As far as to the stars!
    • one of the greatest men of the day who had surely got ‘as far
    • worked before him had also got so far as to make use of the saying
    • we must see clearly that it will above all lead to far, far more
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    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • Science we can send our thoughts back to ages in the far, far past, to
    • the physical world will be of value for the future in so far
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    • doing? Had they any conception of the far-reaching consequences of
    • the world-war fell — so far as Berlin was concerned — on
    • experience on the following day. Man has not yet got so far as to be
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    • Today, in so far as we wish to understand man by means of natural
    • we not only push the forgetting so far that we throw out the Imaginations,
    • far back as to his birth. If he is then able to go still further
    • before birth, as far as to the perception of a super-sensible world
    • far as to serve as a support, at most a ground out of which thinking
    • leads one so far as to say, ‘In that I think, I am not, if I
    • must recognise how far these laws of matter and energy extend, so
    • means nothing else than that in so far as a man consistently follows
    • morality must be other than this, Schiller revealed as far as it was
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    • things in our time? We need not go so far as to speak of a
    • always to put it in the same place; but we will speak of a far more
    • this can be very useful for life; one will forget far less. Still
    • movements whenever they are about to write? It need not go so far as
    • that, for when it has gone so far, it is already a pretty bad
    • they would sooner leave others to run their affairs. They would far
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    • Orient — not necessarily so far back as the most ancient Indian
    • for the welfare of humanity that the path Anthroposophy has to take
    • of the super-sensible be attained as rapidly as the welfare of
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    • (aus dem Farbig-Malerischen heraus);
    • of visual art, in so far as we have to consider it here — that is,
    • yesterday of one element, the spatial element, in so far as this is an
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • self, in so far as it is courageous, in opposition to the external
    • formed from the cosmos only so far as the cranium is involved. I have
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    • see something as reasonable only in so far as it is in line with what
    • mind with which he penetrates as far as memory, then he enters a
    • inner being, is able to see beyond the memory-mirror, so far is he
    • with this Ego one cannot live on the far side of the outer sense-world.
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    • is as far as we can go. We receive our impressions from the world; we
    • consciousness, beginning with sense-perception and going on as far as
    • ordinary consciousness, this is as far as we can go. With the ordinary
    • Christ Jesus has place in the Gospels only in so far as He brought
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    • — as far as Europe is concerned — in what we call
    • there should be no difference between lamb and wolf as far as the
    • earlier conceptions, far more concrete and essential.
    • the ideas of Plato (which were far more alive and essentially endowed
    • as mere names, no meaning whatever as far as reality is
    • say, that, as far as Christ was concerned, the wisdom of the Father
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    • inner forces as a support for their souls, to a far greater extent
    • far. We are now living in the midst of this epoch.
    • in so far as it refers to the European distribution of nations and
    • no one had noticed the accident (people were standing not far off,
    • these legends in history have a meaning far deeper than any
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    • which cannot reach as far as the ethical ideas. The ethical ideas are
    • hear that, as far as wisdom is concerned, the ancients were far more
    • times a wisdom extended over the earth, which was far nearer to
    • knowledge does not reach back so far as to enable us to grasp the
    • arises. In fact, we shall be far from understanding human
    • advanced very far in this new direction. The few centuries which have
    • natural science, but we have not progressed far since that
    • studies all this he may become a materialist, as far as his world
    • supply. They do not progress as far as Goetheanism, i.e. the
    • spiritualists, if they only proceed far enough.
    • of the spiritual literature of to-day foster materialism far more
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    • become in our age, insofar as it is not merely a utilitarian
    • impulse of freedom. That is one third, so far, towards the
    • So far, so good; but you need to follow it up and develop it,
    • of Asia; but it must be confessed that they have not, so far,
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    • Great epochs of Art, when artistic deeds raying far and wide
    • of explanation, ‘the class-type was far more familiar
    • within your eyes is far greater, fuller in content, than the
    • outer physical world. You have a far more abundant world
    • already farther outside, and learns to know what is
    • instructed him that he must go still farther. This, however,
    • such facts as shine out far and wide in history, we see how
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    • so far as they depend on the Cosmos. But the essential thing
    • having earthly limitations, but reality far outstrips what is
    • can be understood. In so far as man is formed out of cosmic
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    • a past by no means far distant surrounded this most
    • everywhere. Today we will not go back to the very far past
    • origin, but that he has descended farther and farther away
    • was left of Christmas Plays belonging to far, far earlier
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    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • ourselves from pain. Outer existence contains something that is far
    • Christian conception as follows. In so far as the Christian
    • him which had their origin in a far-off past and were part of a
    • error, because man himself has wandered so far from his primal state
    • reality. Now many people do not like this, So far at least as
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    • whole culture of our age, especially in so far as this culture is
    • world-conception of so many modern men, and that far from being
    • an immortal soul.” It is far from being characteristic of a
    • — for so far as the life between birth and death is concerned,
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • so far as this is possible. In short there will be a living,
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    • proceeded from something which originally was song. The farther we go
    • speech in its present condition, where it has become very far
    • pre-earthly life. For in our rhythmic system we are far nearer to the
    • that in those languages which were not yet so far removed from the
    • expressed it differently.) After death, when man goes farther and
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
    • the Cosmos — the planetary world farther from you now, the
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    • ingredient. Indeed, it is far more than this! You see, when the men
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    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • went so far as to say that, especially at two particular points in
    • Alexandria was still able to go as far as this. Further, he
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • completely changed form, within the soul, a Christ far removed from
    • things as far as this death, you see, but they are unable to go so
    • far as the resurrection. And then we see examples such as
    • all clear in their minds about how far they should go in their
    • show us? So far as the Paradise Plays are concerned, the following
    • place. Everything I've said thus far about ether bodies in
    • leave behind a far more rejuvenated ether body, a much
    • luciferic temptation, human beings leave behind a far more dried-up
    • during our earliest years we are far wiser than we are later
    • the body; later, we can no longer do that. We are far smarter and
    • today stand far too firmly within the “house” where they
    • materialism has conquered such broad and far-reaching areas of life,
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    • things I shall have to explain to-day may be apparently a little far
    • do very much for it himself — at any rate so far as his
    • Though the everyday consciousness does not generally go farther
    • than this, it is possible to continue very much farther along
    • content of Feeling is in fact far too shy, far too elusive. We can
    • (to begin with without the Ego; only in so far as
    • being, — then indeed he would find his way far more intimately
    • True self-knowledge takes us ever farther and farther
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    • material far away and deposit them in other parts. We see the ground
    • same way, in far distant times, successive layers of deposits were
    • see some modestly growing moss far away on the river bank, such
    • though it is, what I have been able to illustrate so far shows
    • And what, with the means elucidated, in the lectures given so far, has
    • How far, then, does geology lead us? We will now put into plain words
    • containing multifarious and varied life within it, not yet inhabited
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    • past. For in so far as the past is interwoven with the present, the
    • striving towards the spirit. Matter lies far beneath me. In
    • that Imagination comes to us of itself in so far as the present is
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    • hört, als Wärme wahrnimmt, die Farben in der Natur und so
    • Farben und die Töne und so weiter hervor. Nun stellen Sie sich
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    • which extend far beyond the narrowest circle of our own personal
    • souls of people — so far as we have been able to approach them.
    • of the West, which the Eastern school of occult thought, in so far as
    • should not be, (to go into this now would lead us too far) we know
    • consequence that even the old clairvoyants could only see so far as
    • denial of the truth. But in so far as we are logical, goodwill must
    • established so far as we are concerned, is what I had to notice
    • true basis, in so far as man is able to take up the intellectual, the
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    • all, why do we set value on following up an age so far behind our own
    • inner world, in so far as this consists of the wonted working of the
    • concepts, or to form concepts and ideas on it; it is far more
    • extend so far. By way of a comparison and expressing it in image, we
    • as far as this we become aware of a remarkable alteration in the
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    • it as to be ready to devote its best to the welfare of the world,
    • do we confront the ancient Sun-existence. Seen from afar it appears
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    • referred are so far removed from anything experienced by man at the
    • conditions of heat and fire must be sought very far away from what we
    • something very far away, which we have called ‘the virtue of
    • but far more a certain resignation, a renouncing. Take the very
    • something far removed from our everyday life; and then we are guided
    • space extending as far as the Archangels. Let us further picture in
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    • world we have now carried a difficult aspect of it far enough to
    • put another layer of existence over it, and as far as everyday life
    • his higher consciousness, for as far as that was concerned he was not
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    • ‘wonder’ to which a man at first as far as his own
    • spiritual process of the Earth's becoming; for as far as the
    • his individuality so far that it descends into his physical body, in
    • heroes, in so far as they were of significance to the progress of man
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    • spirit, and you simply cannot help realizing how far removed
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    • day. The two worlds really only work together in so far as
    • is far from simple. It is based on principles that go back to
    • purposes we need only go back as far as the watershed between
    • Graeco-Latin times, this kind of development went only as far
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    • context of the whole. I will sometimes go far and wide to
    • today. They are misunderstood in so far as the leading
    • otherworldly sects, but by groups whose beliefs spread far
    • to is opinion. He went so far as to say that if Hermann Bahr
    • people's basic instincts sometimes take them so far from the
    • rarity, whilst unsound, corrupt minds are far from uncommon.
    • far in human minds. People are confined within the Limits
    • imposed by physical nature; they cannot get very far with
    • — when aberrations of this kind are far from uncommon.
    • far — is that I myself will have to be a lot less
    • keep coming up among members which are far removed from what
    • real interests go far beyond giving one's attention to the
    • — that is, in so far as they wish to do so. I am not
    • objection to people spreading it about far and wide that
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    • world of the spirit than has been the case so far in this
    • welfare and well-being here in the physical world. If
    • provides for the welfare of human beings here in the physical
    • long distances and also used by farmers, have been
    • these elemental spirits are the enemies of human welfare and
    • might even go so far — though even members of the
    • Anthroposophical Society are unlikely to take things this far
    • chauvinism, was preceded by Nietzscheanism, which was far
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    • the world around them, in so far as it is perceptible to the
    • at first sight. It shows that in a time not all that far
    • human bodies will go so far that this will happen. Just think
    • for learning; how far sensibility went in rich and poor; how
    • far the rich could resist getting tired and how far the poor
    • come — and it may not be far off — when quite
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    • the elemental world of thought in so far as we kill its
    • historical reality, going back at least as far as the Mystery
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    • People are infinitely far away from the true reality today
    • can present an accurate picture as far as the outer aspects
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    • and take the analogy so far that one would also be able to
    • And the reasons given were far from stupid; they were
    • on either side of the tracks, so that the farmers would not
    • mean something quite specific. But far be it from me to mean
    • far.’ Instead, the real conclusion which I touched on
    • yet far from what it will be one day. But this does not
    • consider this, you are not at all far away from the real
    • causes of the present conflict; neither will you be far away
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    • letting the chick emerge from the egg. So far so good; but if
    • great perspectives of a social nature, which went far beyond
    • think how far we have come since then: today we know that
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    • conscious attention; they would far rather it stayed down
    • limited to encompass reality. Reality is far richer than
    • as far as possible to ‘experts’, nor of using
    • has gone so far in his abstract thinking that he identifies
    • not act from outside, magically, but only in so far as it
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    • darkness’, but this will not get us far. Spirits of
    • does not get us far in understanding the real issue. The
    • far as the fifteenth century. Echoes still persist, of
    • far from easy to accept the truth of this; it is easier today
    • Ahriman had done became a good thing in so far as humanity
    • years this merely cast a false shadow in so far as people did
    • population — this has not yet progressed very far, but
    • to the soil. It even goes so far that there is now a
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    • later. Certain groups, and they were far from small, sought
    • aspect. On the other hand, people far and wide would have
    • spiritual influences to a far greater extent than people
    • of souls able to perceive the call are as yet far from
    • far-sightedness to ideas which have arisen in a brain as
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    • saying has so far been known instinctively and atavistically
    • same time be far from reality.
    • the 1840s. They had not been able to catch up as far as the
    • is far from old. Other languages do not even have this word, for
    • happens behind the scenes. Limits are set in so far as we
    • another direction. He asks: How far can someone like Millerand,
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    • beginning for a real evolutionary teaching that extended as far as
    • teaching on metamorphosis does not extend as far as the human being.
    • come as far as grasping the evolution of animals up to the apes, and
    • may be ever so far removed from sectarianism. But this Movement for
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    • Men talen var fremdeles utsatt for en fare -
    • gjennem den luciferiske og ahrimanske innflydelse fare for at
    • da blev mennesket revet ut av den fare som truet med å
    • i menneskets indre. Det var fare for at talen kom i uorden.
    • reddet fra en fare, og den blev tegn for de ytre ting.
    • Den fjerde fare gjelder tenkningen, den
    • reddes fra denne fare (å la sin tenkning beherskes av de
    • menneskene vil se hen på det som de har erfart og opplevet
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    • farewell to the Bible and turns to Nature — consisted in this,
    • matter really lies far deeper than one generally thinks. Whereas in
    • results proved that as far as the skull-bones and especially the
    • advance as far as truth. For the misunderstood fall of man has ruined
    • thinking and has caused its decay. The question is far more serious
    • beings have fallen completely into sin, as far as their thoughts
    • popular and which rules in every head even in the farthest corner of
    • let us say as far back as Augustine, we shall achieve nothing. Nothing
    • intuitive vision as far as the domain of facts. Goethe's theory of
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    • far past ages men knew well that in the summer season the lower elemental
    • fixed festival. But it would fare ill with knowledge that humanity
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    • earth only in so far as this earthly sphere consists of rocks, of the
    • far removed from one another — such as, for example, the human
    • science has brought together so far about the sense life of plants
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    • freedom about it, reaching far beyond Philistine,
    • were well aware of all these things. Far from believing that
    • Science must be spread as far and wide as possible. Only by
    • who were far more advanced than were the subsequent writers
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    • there was another book which became far more important than
    • page of which — so far, at least, as my experience goes
    • falling on a different date each year. It would be far easier
    • removed as far as can be from any comprehension of events
    • over far wider domains than is possible under the influence
    • — can be widened out in our time far beyond
    • death and a new birth were far remote from the Philistine
    • Antiquity only got so far with its Mysteries that it was able
    • or ‘should not.’ But man must go farther than
    • the frontal portions of the brain are of far less value than
    • the portions that lie farther back, For the frontal portions
    • far as yonder politician who, wishing to send out into the
    • far as this Woodrow Wilson, who actually contrived to
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    • say, by the farthest circumference of the Universe of the
    • far they got in this direction with their ancient science. We
    • germ. The germ itself — in so far as it is the germ of
    • time is far remote from such a consciousness. In this
    • great and so far-reaching that this present time could blush
    • far more the negative aspect of Christianity. It appears in
    • and the rest are far more perilous idols of superstition than
    • any idols of the past, The humanity of to-day is far more
    • far and wide perspectives, we must conclude with such remarks
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    • worlds with inner feelings, far stronger than those which usually
    • rising up in a far more intensive life than the one which we
    • description would lead us too far how the vegetable kingdom is
    • as far as man. No speculations should enter the observations made
    • development later, so that they did not go as far as the human
    • changes, insofar as it is scientifically justified today. We thus
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    • world, particularly insofar as this world consists of human
    • opinions and exercises that lie far back in pre-Christian times;
    • or rather through his conception, as far as the earth is
    • think that this would lead us too far into the egoistic sphere!
    • perishable only insofar as his body is concerned, and that he is
    • an imperishable, eternal Being as far as his soul is
    • earnestly be able to admit that we have come far in the
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    • described by a far more conspicuous scientist, by Sir Oliver
    • and to explain the far greater certainty constituting the
    • Anthroposophy is far greater than that transmitted by the most
    • that type. We are far more on the right track if we seek the
    • bodily conditions. This leads us far more on to the right track
    • ordinary life we allow events to guide us far more than we
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    • back even behind the Atlantean catastrophe, as far as the
    • We must rise to the conviction that it is a farce to keep them up
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    • and frequently far more important in human life than the facts of
    • so far.
    • schematically we might say: As far as our daytime consciousness
    • punishable element is far more intensive. For only through
    • gained from a true estimate of the results so far obtained in the
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
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    • a certain sense make it our own. But insofar as it stands before
    • the end of the world, which were handed down as far as our own
    • themselves, and then all the beings, rising as far as man. And
    • on, of Greece and Rome, as far as our present time. In thought we
    • beyond Nothing, far beyond the sphere of Nothing. The cosmologies
    • evolution, reaching back as far as Saturn and forward as far as
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    • to a time which does not lie so very far back, by considering,
    • insofar as it deals with lifeless substances and processes. In an
    • Anthroposophy traces back as far as the Atlantean age, that is to
    • say, as far as the Seventh and Eighth Centuries
    • And the farther
    • just because he could only go as far as the coldness, one might
    • are far more numerous in the present time than is generally
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    • the world, must concern us far more deeply at this present epoch than
    • easily testify how very far removed men still are in our day from
    • how far removed man is in his present Earth-existence from what is
    • invigorated with this moral thought, let us, as far as we can, turn
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    • easily show how far human beings in our time still are from that love
    • centuries. Already in far distant times in various regions, mostly
    • how far removed the human being in present earthly existence still
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    • attention is turned to an individuality who, so far as historical
    • so far as they are preserved for us, seem so strange to the present
    • far transcending the normal consciousness of the age. In that part of
    • worlds — regions lying far above the normal
    • are only one part of us in so far as we live in a physical body) we
    • practised by different peoples living in regions not very far apart
    • understanding of things spiritual was far deeper than it is in our
    • the Spiritual in man, so the Sun, in so far as it is a body of
    • exist on Earth exist also on the farthest stars. In the light of
    • is not far distant when even external science will discover that
    • as so far densified in man that they are physically manifest.
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
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    • perceptible to lower clairvoyance. Then, so far as humanity in
    • culture permeated with sublime and far-reaching conceptions and that
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    • a sluggard. Inwardly however, it is far from sluggish, for from its own
    • human understanding. Nature indeed is far cleverer than man. The egg,
    • far too much earthly matter. When the content of the caterpillar comes
    • matured as far as the ego. It is an ego in which we see the butterfly
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    • relation to the spiritual world in so far as knowledge of it can be
    • during earthly life, in so far as they can be related to experiences in
    • — as far as this is possible for man within his physical
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    • fathomed. We fully accept the fact that as far as these means go we can
    • farther into these experiences. Do not suppose that we can by this means
    • it with far more understanding than the philosophers themselves! Why
    • into their consciousness. The farther we go back in the evolution of
    • short, we live our way into the cosmos with far greater intensity than
    • Spiritual Science alone is able to give, because it unveils, in so far
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    • natural laws; but how the multifarious varieties of plants and
    • human life who does not know this far-reaching law or who does
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    • Take the highest animals. How far do they carry that out? As
    • far as is in accordance with the species, and for this they
    • “man”, in so far as man goes back to a Spiritual
    • As long as we grow, and in so far as we thus grow, we do not
    • remembrance goes back just as far as to the point of time
    • far as the sense world.
    • future, so far are we in a position to look into the past.
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    • human being, whose clairvoyance reaches as far as the higher
    • descended as far as the physical plane. This is true,
    • in their work upon themselves, as far as the first stage of
    • descended as far as the physical plane. The blood would be
    • spirits which have never descended as far as the physical
    • which is not even condensed as far as heat. The Ego which I
    • described first, did not descend even as far as the astral
    • human Ego has descended as far as the mineral kingdom, and
    • same capacities as a human Ego, which has descended as far as
    • fact that the Divine appears to man so far removed, in
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • not, as a rule, advanced far enough to use these. But when we
    • awakening. And now, when he has advanced thus far he learns
    • far. But in his soul arose a presentiment that there exist
    • as far as the natural philosophers Anaxagoras and Thales who
    • the benefit of others.” But he has not advanced so far.
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    • still far from the Christian faith, quite given up to the old
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    • It is a far
    • far. This habit or manner of thinking with the intellect,
    • of how far human reason is below the Divine Reason which
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    • modern physical science. Things have gone so far that, in
    • etc.; and it has gone so far that psychologists are listened
    • Farthest of all from the union with spiritual science is
    • physiology, biology and history of modern times, as far as
    • aim. It is not my province to judge how far this object has
    • and farewell, the thought that we are together in spirit,
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    • far greater facility to a medium than after spirit-science
    • description of the CONTENTS — but far more
    • far off goal. One will then come more and more to such
    • does not progress thus far in the transformation of his soul,
    • super-sensible world. If one has not progressed far enough in
    • far as one looks away from the images and the scaffolding
    • being forced to believe on coming to far more important
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    • our time is impressed with a far-reaching belief in authority,
    • consciousness is a small circle and the soul's life a far
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    • introduction of far more science into the schools. And when one
    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • from him.’ Now, therefore, things were so far arranged that he
    • advances comparatively far in the circles in which the man of
    • have tried to keep as far as possible away from mankind. I have
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    • intimately, even with the farthest cosmic future of
    • developed social insight, far-reaching social ideas. He turned
    • the individual was of far greater importance. (I am clothing it
    • Europe, when modern scientific realism will have gone so far
    • explains far more than is explained by what would seem
    • as far back as the other saying — that is to say, in the
    • you to judge. (Nay, perhaps there are motives far deeper than
    • far-reaching purposes. We do wrong not to make ourselves
    • stream, which to this day possesses far more power than is
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    • essential Godhead, who is not only far above man but far
    • The memory of the Angels goes much farther, for only so can
    • the Time-Spirits. These relations lie very far in the hidden
    • a decadence which goes so far as to attack even the
    • can entail elemental consequences. But the time is not far
    • to criticise, but the facts are far too serious, they must at
    • interests him, that is to say, interests him so far as the
    • extending far beyond the commonplace, were handed down in the
    • a far higher significance even than the Archangels, for
    • of Goethe's Faust, however far apart these things may lie. To
    • had built his machine — efficiently, so far as its other
    • another thing beside, there is far more of demonomagic; for
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    • special spiritual gifts reaching far above those of ordinary
    • permanently to good results, to the welfare of humanity, only
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    • Nazareth a cosmic world-force — a force far transcending
    • a human ideal lying in a far distant future, an ideal which can
    • Christian — until far into the Middle Ages — saw in the
    • the novice was far enough advanced to have a vision at
    • pilgrim-path may lead us far astray, that it is not easy to
    • Hear it with joy! Tell all from far and near!
    • So he relates how far by hill and valley
    • Already far from those he leaves behind.
    • That I would rather far myself relate,
    • which may even be far more vital and important than what
    • planes is far more important for mankind. Naturally, whoever
    • so far purified and perfected by his endeavours to develop his
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    • mankind in the near future will bring men together in far greater
    • we shall endeavour as far as possible to form an idea of such a
    • evolution of mankind. When ultimately man will have developed so far
    • from without when he has so far perfected himself that he is still in
    • Earth-evolution. In the next lecture we propose to show how far the
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • undergoes modification in so far as man progressively develops during
    • Thought-forces. The far-reaching consequences of this agreement are
    • to maya or illusion. A writer's statements will betray how far
    • he is the victim of Maya or how far he has left out of account the
    • far as it consists of the history of peoples, if we observe the
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    • is also involved in this activity. In so far as he is involved in the
    • conceptions are few and far between; man's consciousness has
    • to serve our purposes, so we, in our turn, in so far as we belong to
    • grouped, in so far as these experiences take place in the
    • Folk Soul is rather far removed from the individual human being, for
    • opportunities were few and far between — to form a special
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    • ourselves how man would fare if the normal Spirits alone were
    • say that the Spirits of Form who have developed normally would far
    • about to say, it only refers to man in so far as he is dependent upon
    • farther we move westward the more we see that the civilization bears
    • Africa; then his native territory expands far afield. Characteristic
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    • for this alpine chain? There was a time in the far distant past when
    • we possess for our Earth — ideal in so far as we can remember
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    • in so far as they refer to a definite period in evolution and that
    • Intuition, in so far as the Jupiter Spirit originally modified the
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    • races of which we have already spoken took place, we must look far
    • the Far East for that movement of peoples whose Archangel was the
    • was in the post-Atlantean epoch that, starting from the farthest East
    • rigidity or inflexibility, whilst all the other peoples, in so far as
    • Spirit, the influence of this Greek Archangel extended far and wide
    • extending far into the North East of Europe. They were guided by an
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    • mythology so that in the regions far to the South it was possible for
    • behind the uniform. This parallel may seem farfetched, yet in
    • They were so far advanced that they possessed a rich inner soul-life
    • who were active in the very far distant past at the time of old
    • in him a Being who could have risen to far higher rank had he
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    • the arms of Ahriman. In so far as man submits to the blind Hodur, the
    • would take us too far if we were to pursue this subject further. But
    • far-reaching importance, namely: this limitation to the outer
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    • culture was already so far advanced that it was capable of gradually
    • Persian Folk Soul had not developed so far; its organ of perception
    • Hegel in the nineteenth century seem far removed from the sphere of
    • civilization. This philosophy of Eastern Europe therefore reaches far
    • far in advance because this conception of Christ is felt to be a
    • of it. The conception of Christ, in so far as it has been developed
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
    • Rosicrucianism. It is far from my intention in these lectures to lay
    • all, to the common welfare of mankind, will be harvested. The sources
    • come from, whether from near or far, may we always meet together in
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    • back to those far distant times when human nature was so unified that
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    • system of divinities showed a far deeper wisdom than the science of
    • Copenhagen, you can read that the human soul encompasses far more
    • of human nature, man in his inmost being has become subject, so far
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    • longer experiences what I have so far only been able to put before
    • was far more conscious of the Pluto, Poseidon and Zeus forces outside
    • He lived far more in
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    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • far more closely bound up with the human being than the other gods
    • they had got so far that today they stand one stage higher than
    • reaches the goal of the present Earth evolution will be as far
    • themselves not so far advanced as men will be at the end of Earth
    • that time intervened far more directly than they did later.
    • We know that as far
    • to Earth so far as to incarnate in a human physical body, that He
    • husk will be cast off, it will shine from afar like a star. It will
    • brings out very clearly that the Greek was far from gazing into space
    • manifest themselves; when one looks up to those far-distant worlds
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    • various standpoints.’ ... one then has a far wider view of
    • Dionysos who travelled from Europe to far-distant India, everywhere
    • getting as far as India. This journey really did take place! And much
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    • be observed with external physical instruments. Thus, however far we
    • Greek used splendid pictures which really penetrate far deeper into
    • that interpretation, it is too far fetched.’ Anyone who knows
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    • about, does not go as far as the physical body; that all takes place
    • ego through the astral body down to the etheric body. As far as its
    • impossible to penetrate further, we can only reach as far as the
    • use of the customary terminology. One has perhaps even to go so far
    • before you in a petty example was in a far higher sense a necessity
    • said so far, to suppose that both in the younger Dionysos and in his
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    • would have come to an end as far as Earth evolution is concerned, a
    • streams, are at a far higher stage. Imagine for a moment that man was
    • soul-existence. What have we so far usually called the gods who are
    • far-distant past, as far back as the time of the Sun evolution.
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    • intercourse was created between the entire universe, so far as it is
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
    • brain. If we go farther and consider the human being clairvoyantly in
    • far as his brain, where the astral part is arrested and the etheric
    • the region of the heart, it only presses upward as far as the heart,
    • advanced as far as the heart, where it has united with another stream
    • ‘What I have reached so far is nevertheless still only shadow,
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    • has undergone many changes. Man has become very different. Far
    • clairvoyant were filled with far more life, far more reality. We saw
    • that the human being let flow far more of his own self, far more of
    • Greek thoughts about their gods contained far more reality than the
    • the thoughts of the man of today as far more thinly filled with
    • soul draws forth far less from itself, what it produces is much
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • creations of Greek knowledge were far more densely packed with true
    • expand our present-day consciousness into the far spaces of the
    • has reached out into the far spaces of the world, and tries to
    • tenuous ideas, but however far we soar into the widths of space, we
    • road, if in the spirit of what has been said so far we fill our souls
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    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • life. His world was enclosed within the circles so far as the world of
    • Christianity far transcending what had gone before him and rose to a much
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    • thinking, the whole mathematical conception, is something far more objective
    • to observe that he is really a spectator to a far greater extent than
    • a kind of automaton. In our system we count as far as 10. Then we count
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    • work upon us, do we look into the souls of those people who are far
    • and passions of men, men who like Achilles are far removed in a certain
    • the Sampo. And we next see this remarkable thing, namely, that far from
    • of Mariata is baptised, Väinemöinen bids farewell to his people
    • epics, but one is led to something which far surpasses imagination,
    • us so little. Even when we go back as far as the Egyptians, or the early
    • of humanity, as the most powerful historic impulses so far as we can
    • go back far beyond that which one at present calls the period of human
    • side by side. And lying much farther back than is usually believed to-day,
    • body. In so far as our soul lives in the physical body, in occult science
    • hidden facts of Nature. In so far as the soul perceives these forces
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    • and a far-reaching technology, based on the most widely-distributed
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    • far as we are considering the hydrosphere in relation to water, we
    • and thunder; they penetrate far down, so that the whole course of the
    • Earth. Here we have the Earth in so far as it is inwardly transfigured
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    • partly, as far as the limestone extends. And then, in autumn, the
    • developed only as far
    • the soul and spirit of man. Those are the facts. They depend far more
    • call for a Mystery Play, showing man taught by Raphael to see how far
    • in so far as it is received into the mysteries
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    • And how far-reaching is the truth in these words, how far they go!
    • way to the spirit. And if one knows how far on the way to the spirit
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    • say, to begin with, that the time is certainly not very far
    • means very far distant, when countless human hearts turned to
    • Christianity. Tertullian was a Roman who, so far as his
    • whom they spoke. Simple men went out into regions far and wide
    • spread of Christianity. So far as the effect produced by this
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    • far as I am able to do so. I cannot help it if what has to be
    • wandering preachers far and wide over Greece and Italy, if one
    • nature of indication may perhaps be discerned with far,
    • far greater exactitude in the spiritual chronicle of
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    • far as to depict Christ Jesus in the grip of frenzied rage and
    • of Christ Jesus, that is to say, the Christ Spirit in so far as
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    • shows that this cult had spread far and wide. Although to many
    • possessed a house far away in Asia Minor or even farther off,
    • the Essene Order, Jesus of Nazareth heard far, far deeper
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    • intimate understanding between Jesus and this mother, a far
    • was actually far away. His ether-body was among them and also
    • think that this wish is the best form of the farewell
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    • ethereal body with our soul-being, in so far as this is ego and
    • but the spiritual organs stretch far out, and man is under the tree,
    • power to do it. We have gained far, far more in earlier incarnations
    • than we believe; we won far more during the times in which we passed
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    • true research. It can say: far-reaching appear to us the
    • finds that his environment is changed. How far it is changed I
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    • at a given point from what lies a little farther upstream, but
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    • establish is far removed from what the senses observe.
    • and West. And these different tempers multifariously combine in
    • materialism, in so far as there is justification for it
    • Even in Buddhism, which gained a far greater influence on
    • This economic materialism, which is far more widespread than
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    • will have gathered, from the lectures I have given so far, what
    • knowledge, in so far as this is appropriate, but to observe
    • difficulty into the organic realm; if it could advance as far
    • are any gaps in it, as far back into our childhood as we can
    • world, our ego goes as far as the frontiers of nature. Here,
    • far apart that we cannot establish a connection between them
    • — is infinitely far removed mentally from matter.
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    • far will agree that what has been expounded has not implied a
    • who will at some stage in life develop talents that go far
    • far beyond what the teacher possesses.
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    • years ago there in the Far East on quite different cultural
    • man and man. And this goes so far that even religious life is
    • develops particularly in the juridical sphere. In so far
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    • His life is accepted as justified only in so far as he can
    • usually taken far too much at its face value. People are always
    • already indicated, there was a time, not so very far behind us
    • Whether and how far this is possible will be examined, at least
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    • something that springs from a really far-reaching philosophy of
    • us: No thoroughfare!” I have heard many people talk
    • also developed deep down among the people (and far more than
    • the influence of this belief. In so far as we are the
    • a way that what is inside him is presented as far as possible
    • Although the legacy of the East has also extended as far as
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    • the whole tone of my lectures so far.
    • always a safe guide. You gradually discover that, as far as
    • problem of labour arises. In so far as each individual was to
    • nineteenth century, this was carried so far that now what
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    • because it would lead too far; but through your own meditation on the
    • in a sense stand far, or at least relatively far, from the activity
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
    • — which is so far removed from the blood and nervous-system, we then
    • all desire at bottom, and which is so easily confused with what is far
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    • this motif further here today because it would us lead too far, but
    • members which in a sense stand far, or at least relatively far,
    • his own being from outside as far as to the senses, but when he can
    • the symbol of death — the bony skeleton — and which is so far
    • far easier and more comfortable to acquire.
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    • justifiable view of the world, in so far as it points man's
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greater justification
    • notices these things far too little and really knows little of
    • can solve the riddles of the Cosmos in so far as they refer to
    • age is has, however, become important, far more important than
    • cannot get very far, because every sleep refutes the real
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    • thought up, out of concern for their own welfare,
    • welfare, but rather for the sake of necessity. We want to firm
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    • with a profound knowledge of Gothic art, yet far removed in
    • can feel: these were built by people who are really far removed
    • prove how far the culture of the present day is taking up the
    • Their longings get no farther. But these longings are sometimes
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    • consider how far Goethe coincides with the deepest feelings of
    • but notices that her hand as far as it is immersed in the River has
    • of bloom, not to that of fruit; beautiful she is, but far from all
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    • But on the other hand Spiritual Science is far from
    • not yet so far that nothing personal enters into it, and that they
    • are not yet so far as to be able to give themselves up purely to what
    • evoked, in so far as it cannot speak to mere concept capacity.
    • willing. Then he has advanced so far that the whole pure
    • as far as they are interpreters of facts. All they care about is to
    • missing in them. But Goethe also clearly shows how far there is value
    • something valuable in so far as she illumines the objects round about her.
    • experience, then he is as far as this soul-power is concerned, in the
    • lead us too far to say at length what the three secrets mean. I shall
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    • rich, many-sided, far-reaching and deeply-penetrating life to human
    • experience it in the spiritual worlds, something far more true and
    • itself. But how far away were these sources of life from what
    • how far these ‘sources of life’ were removed
    • which he had just brought Faust and was far from possessing at that
    • and those who had not died were very far away. Goethe had been
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    • from far or near, desire to listen: Mark well, for He will be
    • achieve only what the world of reason can achieve. He can go as far
    • It would lead too far to explain in detail the important symbol of
    •  But far too much of palpable and real.’
    • interspersed, which have trained their souls so far that they have
    • for supernatural worlds, Faust is far beyond his present
    • Then Faust succeeds in so far overcoming the
    • In that man who is far enough to look selflessly into the
    • if man is far enough, and faces Care bravely, Care becomes a power
    • It would take us far to explain how Goethe now makes the
    • for a long time yet be far from an understanding of Goethe's
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    • relatively not very far distant past, — say, of the 11th,
    • and concepts, so human beings always possessed these, as far
    • spiritual insight we go back far enough, we meet with human
    • the Earth as far out as the Sun. The Sun corresponds to the
    • the Earth bears to the stars that live far out there in cosmic
    • forget what is far beyond the cleverest of them, — our
    • way eastwards in Europe; we have not even to go as far as
    • as the land of rhythm. And if we place Paradise only so far
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    • Compare this with the conceptions men have to-day. How far is
    • early civilisation of Asia. The farther we go back into
    • into subjection. However far back we look into Asia, everywhere
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    • To-day we shall not have to go so far back as this; we will
    • Pythagoras and others wandered far and wide in order to attain
    • of course greatly changed since those far off times. Gilgamesh
    • could become living Ideas in them, a far-spread vision, showing
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    • experience of freedom. The farther we go back however into
    • certain far-off time the Earth itself worked in that way; only
    • far-off beginning of things was the Logos, and It was with God
    • Hibernian Mysteries themselves — he did not travel so far
    • those far-off times man had experienced in ‘Asia’ the presence
    • on the one hand far back into the past, and on the other hand
    • far on into the future. And it is essential to bear in mind how
    • for Aristotle the ‘Earth’ in this sense teaches up as far as
    • far as the Moon, coming towards us, as it were, from the
    • space. The Ether reaches downwards as far as the
    • once upon a time united with the Earth. It came in as far as to
    • every year, in so far as it is needed for the up-springing into
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    • truths to their pupils. The farther back we go in time, the
    • wood and reaching downwards far and wide into the Earth with
    • afterwards I let them stream forth from me into the far circles
    • in his evolution. The plants he took with him as far as the
    • different, according as one was far inland in Asia or on the
    • attained thus far, he was able to have view of the shadows of
    • very Being of the Mysteries as far as it was living in the
    • all that they had received in a far-off time in the past and
    • his idea of making an expedition into Asia, going as far as it
    • could never have produced. He penetrates as far as India.
    • Knowledge of Nature in Asia, even as far as India. His early
    • of his chief aims. He went however as far east as India, and
    • its Sun-rays far out to East and West. It was in very truth
    • and moods can look back as far as ancient Rome. Thus far we can
    • Found a spiritual Ephesus far and wide over the Earth, and let
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    • century, as far as initiation was then possible, by one of the
    • the East, in so far as such an experience could still be gained
    • far away in Asia. Midway between these two days stands the
    • Universe. The human soul had memory of the far-past ages of the
    • Earth is a world for itself, and the Heavens are far away, dim
    • such ideas of Him. But by far the greater part of Western
    • always there a stream of wisdom that spreads far and wide,
    • circles of European life. We have had amongst us in Europe far
    • Crusaders. This Aristotelian wisdom lived on, scattered far and
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    • occur to him to go any farther. The earlier student of Nature
    • went farther. It was clear to him that when man uses his eye to
    • come from the whole environment of the Earth, from the far
    • the forces that work in from all quarters, from the farthest
    • disorganisation, the breaking down of the albumen cannot go far
    • universe. Now at length it has landed him in chaos as far as
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    • the wide expanse of the Cosmos. The far spaces of the Cosmos
    • belong to the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. In so far as you
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    • everywhere, ever farther and farther, even into the most
    • know that with this thinking life we go farther down than the
    • now we can go farther. If a man has acquired this ability to
    • less, and the farther we go the quieter it becomes. If we
    • from raging noise to outer silence. But now I can go farther.
    • Then our wealth is zero. But we can go still farther; we can go
    • far-reaching, universal events experienced in the spiritual
    • we go farther, a third experience must be added to what I have
    • the forming of any kind of sect. Anthroposophy is far removed
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    • member of all humanity, we are generally speaking, already far more
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • gained in a far more widely embracing way than that in which St
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    • WE ARE BORN”. For in so far as with our own forces we
    • so far as it buds and sprouts. When it ceases to do this,
    • that we once had at a lecture. You know that we try as far as
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    • can become, and how one should hold oneself far removed from
    • so far, they did not know it, but fundamentally they carried
    • it so far, that they prayed: O, my dear Ahriman, guard me
    • far from the earth in heaven, on Uranus, or Saturn, or
    • in public life. In so far as this character was countenanced,
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    • regulated by nature, and were so far active that the right
    • the fifth post-Atlantean age. We are still far from the time
    • ought to foresee, a point of development which is far removed
    • in an age when materialism has advanced so far that one may
    • understanding is far removed from perceiving what is right in
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • of divine gift, not to go too far in one direction of
    • standard for our own actions when we go too far in our
    • had not as yet descended so far to the physical plane, but
    • itself as a result of human evolution. How far removed man
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • illustrious contemporary scholar, which is really far more
    • splendid comprehensive fashion, as far as was necessary at that
    • Especially the Werther book gained Goethe a far-reaching
    • first importance. He was a far better statesman than many a
    • Even though we have wished thus far to touch only upon such
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    • destiny of each human life is far removed from the destined
    • he will not seem to anyone to be far removed in
    • far from being a revolutionist. But by no means is he so remote
    • Goethe individuality was far greater than what could be taken up and
    • the fifth post-Atlantean culture period; it grows far beyond
    • interrelationships are far greater than is generally supposed.
    • relatively early youth, truths that ranged far above the
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    • organization is subjected to a far stronger influence of the
    • wisdoms are really far less important to serious observers of
    • their eyes. These are far more important and, if you take this
    • animal, far more intensely than man, fits into the universal
    • to speak, are far more compulsory than those of man. Human
    • of the cosmic relationships, but animals are far more
    • intimately united with them; they are far closer to, and more
    • has withdrawn from the head, then far more vivid intercourse
    • in Goethe vis à vis a far larger number of people, so that
    • cord system. Through this relationship, we have really a far
    • be as far advanced on Vulcan as the happenings on Saturn are
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    • since these potentialities were far simpler in earlier times.
    • far-reaching cosmic evolution. Everything that happens in the
    • being was still far more immersed in his professional life with
    • things are really considered rightly far too infrequently for
    • and they will become less so the farther we advance into the
    • the gods and the welfare of humanity, would be successful.
    • uniting one human being with another in what rises far above
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    • far-reaching faith in authority, stupor of opportunism, and
    • position in life. So far as her daily thinking and feeling are
    • of forces and the human being insofar as his life flows along
    • however, only insofar as they come to expression in the posture
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    • much that is done and said, and it is far more common at the
    • don't know him at all, but so far he has only been good to me.”
    • criticism decreased. Later, after this man had gone too far as
    • societies have endeavored to keep this symptomatic study as far
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    • impulses of the preceding incarnation are effective in far
    • carried so far that no one will any longer believe in anything
    • in which truly far-reaching forces were at work from the
    • may go back as far as the actual murder, but we may also go
    • know that, under certain circumstances, far-reaching objectives
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    • that are, perhaps, of far less significant value have a great
    • could utilize in various investigations. So far as concerns
    • lessons. I have a far greater longing for more free time than
    • must, however, confront our souls with the question of how far
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    • which is far above humanity and those beings who have their
    • the far greater extension of their memory that they can guide
    • occur in the elemental sphere. But the time is not far distant
    • possessing a power far surpassing that of other words, were
    • Christ can have a far higher significance than even an
    • means far removed from Goethe's conception of the Faust.
    • Although they lie far apart, perhaps we might discover in our
    • electricity is used — and much else besides — there is far
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. If we go back far enough, we discover that
    • far that they now no longer prayed to archai, archangels, or
    • few stages as far as to the archai, but he must then be taken
    • since the knowledge of these people extends far beyond what is
    • so far as really to read the original religious documents;
    • thus far I have said without reservations whatsoever; but what
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    • shrouding as far as possible the Christ-Mystery, as far as
    • to keep men as far as possible from knowledge of the
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    • earth evolution, and in so far as we are extremity man we
    • most remarkable degree, far more so than in the case of any
    • gets as far as knowing what is around it — beneath this
    • filling men's heads farther removed from the great cosmic
    • century, all through the nineteenth, and especially so far as
    • socialism. This socialism has so far no concepts at all; it
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    • fast follower of Kant, and there are far more followers of
    • overformed. That is why it has the holes; so far the
    • so far developed the capacity to think in physical life but
    • which we believe to have reality. Thus, as far as the
    • so far as that is concerned men are separated, each having
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    • suicide of their own free will, — insofar as one can
    • they really think about these things only so far as to take into account
    • qualification in the article, insofar as it is an article of consumption;
    • historical remarks, which are relatively exact so far. When
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    • finds no difficulty. I must confess that, so far, I have met
    • people see so far as that all business is coming to a
    • the stock in the warehouses. All this they see so far quite
    • into Bolshevism, — or not far short of it! They are
    • far this public-educational slavery extends, — these
    • the feeling: It is a far worse superstition, than the kind of
    • Order ought really by now to be so far on, that we could
    • far as to have the courage to say to ourselves: ‘Yes,
    • far as they understand anything of the forces that are
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    • means of the ordinary senses, and which are far removed from
    • findings of natural science, as far as they can be valued, that
    • it also knows how far these scientific methods can go, and
    • solution, as far as is humanly possible, on the basis of the
    • solely on the present, as far as possible in one comprehensible
    • this meditating be far removed from any kind of dream state or
    • statement he proves how far he is from what is meant
    • proper equilibrium and are properly nourished insofar as our
    • considerably. Thus far, people have only interested
    • counterpart. The physical organism, insofar as it is connected
    • strengthening far beyond anything found in ordinary life. It is
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    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • history. Although they lived not so far from each other, their
    • conditions. As far as these conditions are concerned his
    • aware that it has far reaching consequences. But I am also
    • revealed that go far beyond that ordinary observation can
    • can see that this is a remarkable law of history! As far as
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    • forgetfulness so far as his surroundings and various
    • Grillparzer, as far as his capacity enabled him, took the same
    • whole life as far back as the moment to which we can normally
    • physical organism, that his soul, inasfar as it moves in
    • only to a far greater degree — thinking something through
    • Today I only wanted to go as far as to show how through the
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    • nature. It has to accept that it has limits as far as the real
    • more far-reaching minds look elsewhere for the help in
    • human experience before us, insofar as this experience takes
    • everything that has worked from within upon our form, as far
    • can be said: Man is really entirely awake only insofar as his
    • soul, do not lie so far apart in the real life of the soul, but
    • possible; one must go so far as to imagine the ascent of a
    • the sun forces in each. We come to know each organ, as far as
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    • it becomes quite clear that however far we are able to go by
    • quite different kind of perception, as far as it is possible
    • awake, about what lives, even as far as our waking
    • body. Insofar as this contains what persists in the digestion
    • life, the development of the will. What I have said so far was
    • all-embracing man — this has a far more intimate
    • point in our childhood. This is as far as we can think back to.
    • themselves cannot get as far as what has to be achieved in the
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    • tremendous respect. I do not myself go nearly so far; I say
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    • far enough back in the evolution of the earth, we find man is
    • although from a far distance.” And now he described
    • have been better if they had left him unread; but as far as
    • human egoism far more than human feeling for truth. Therefore
    • right as far as could be seen externally, to call Bismarck a
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    • far more inward connection with his own planet, as such than
    • to us from cosmic space, and with which we seem to have far
    • far as we are dealing with a sense impression we always have
    • materialities; here we are in a sense, too far removed from
    • did not evolve so far, because they rebelled against fully
    • holy doctrine of the East, but which today has grown far away
    • modern civilisation in so far as that is not permeated with
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    • should particularly like to speak of all that, as far as its
    • and — so far as their dogma allows — also of the
    • impossible not to refer to them. There is far too much of the
    • this or that, agree as far as the words, the sentences go.
    • working in evolution, have brought man so far that he has
    • feeling, and people are very far from such a feeling. Today
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    • got hold of the text and it is possible still to be far, far
    • evolution. At the present time they have brought man far
    • but we must be sure. As far as external life is concerned, it
    • difficult times. There is far too much tendency not to take
    • far away from looking at the relationship between facts and
    • thing means — would do far more for the healthy
    • far, that in a certain sense they are even a perfect earthly
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    • very far away from the conception that man in this sense is a
    • whereby such consciousness can be acquired, however far away
    • incorrect theories have made the illusions far greater than
    • for it is far more credulous of authority even than ancient
    • Herr Pfarrer Rittlelmayer and explained that in spite of the
    • everything else is far more convenient, far easier, Spiritual
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    • hood-winked mankind so far as striving for real knowledge is
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    • life, out of certain regions of the soul far down in the
    • artistic concepts of the scholar were very far from what was
    • has a tendency to this mood, is always striving, far more
    • what I have just been saying. People do not go far enough,
    • far wider application. I may say that the understanding of
    • carried further but would lead us too far afield for today.
    • from enchantment, we then live in Intuitions. In so far as
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    • Philistine seership of to-day, which is very far from having
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    • is an entirely secondary consideration so far as the real nature of
    • world are lost, in a certain respect, so far as our own evolution is
    • have far fewer powers than the simple peasants! One can only be thankful
    • Gods is also a real process. It would lead too far afield to-day if
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    • regulated by nature, and were so far active that the right
    • the fifth post-Atlantean age. We are still far from the time
    • ought to foresee, a point of development which is far removed
    • in an age when materialism has advanced so far that one may
    • understanding is far removed from perceiving what is right in
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • of divine gift, not to go too far in one direction of
    • standard for our own actions when we go too far in our
    • had not as yet descended so far to the physical plane, but
    • itself as a result of human evolution. How far removed man
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • preliminary knowledge propounded by it. In as far as the author
    • a far stronger force than the one which only ascribes to itself
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    • so far disregarded, as the authors of the works in question
    • more understandable. Today we shall proceed a little farther in this
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may
    • farther back and find it again in another incarnation, and so
    • sum of entirely external occurrences; and therefore far too
    • the physical plane, for they lay too far in the past. At that
    • farther, we come, let us say, into the period between the 11th
    • penetrated as far as the ego. Now it must take into this ego
    • viewpoint a perspective far into the future. And we know how
    • future; it will offer humanity far greater things, and the
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    • sought, as far as is possible for people regarding such matters
    • but an Imagination where the memory is so far advanced that
    • far as you really feel something that has not yet been felt. It
    • has driven the power of knowledge so far that we have come to
    • what life situation — get as far at the least as to
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    • them. Far from wanting to become another religion, spiritual
    • development far into the future. Spiritual science should be
    • tolerance and patience. So far, Christians have tended to
    • and then her education was far
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    • vanishes. One discovers that myths and fables, far from
    • senses, far from being complete in itself, is a manifestation
    • but more valuable by far, once it is overcome, is the pain
    • far-reaching questions of existence, not just concern about
    • seed to reach perfection in a far-off future; a stage to
    • which at present we can only look to as a far-distant ideal.
    • insofar as they are related to the animal kingdom. The
    • consciousness does not reach down far enough to experience
    • awareness of a far wider aspect of the world than the tiny
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    • pain goes far beyond that of misfortune. We find in Aeschylus,
    • is unavoidably entwined with suffering, at least as far as
    • through his work far more about his feeling of superiority,
    • and inorganic substances do not differ as far as the actual
    • impulses of will; he is weak as far as action is concerned.
    • evolution. However, it must be born in mind that as far as a
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    • developed before love; as yet love is far from perfect, but
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    • greatly. It is far more important to refrain from doing what
    • far better. Every child will see such a homemade doll as a
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    • dealing with a far-reaching and important subject, I ask you
    • only far more profound than thought at first sight, but also
    • expression of life insofar as it is bound up with the
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    • were far below what human beings are today. Yet in no way did
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    • Heredity certainly plays a part, but only insofar as the
    • of eyes and ears will provide far more pleasure; this is
    • precepts. Preaching moral axioms has far less effect than
    • It would be well if his opinions have not been so far too
    • far as the astral body is concerned. Unless the astral body
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    • us only insofar as we learn from it that Rosicrucianism has
    • moment would take us too far to explain. Only when they are
    • first basic rule; to elaborate it further would lead too far.
    • they must be absolved. What I have said about it so far, and
    • learn the description of what today may seem a far distant
    • far-reaching world knowledge. In the course of time more and
    • formative forces. As far as matter is concerned, the old
    • at least by the initiates. If we go back far enough, we find
    • oneself. It is a concrete and intimate knowledge, far removed
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    • science is properly understood, it will be seen that, far
    • were to a far distant past when human beings were not so
    • and as far away as Russia, a new social structure was
    • with enthusiasm by the far-reaching vistas opened up through
    • a beautiful interpretation of this idea, taking it as far as
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    • progressed too far, he is no longer able to believe in the
    • godliness that humanity will attain in a far distant future.
    • initiates, insofar as they knew of them. What was said about
    • insignificant, will become by far the most important. The
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    • Farbe, Hilde Boos-Hamburger).
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    • needs to be satisfied in these so far as the natural conditions make this
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    • body only as far as the head is concerned.
    • generally thinks that if we go far back into time, man was a
    • thoughts really have for the human will, for he is far too
    • so the modern American declares it to be of far more importance
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    • vegetable kingdom, not of single plants) is far more limited;
    • throughout the year it embraces a far smaller sphere pertaining
    • such as we have it now, extended as far as the consciousness
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    • again in certain periods of our life in so far as these periods are
    • This has a far reaching
    • time, because conditions lying farther back have caused that things
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    • by the salivary glands of the mouth. We then bring the food farther
    • Far, that it has become dead, we have taken up something already dead.
    • but would bring us only far enough that we would unite our heart with
    • astral body. So far, it was not taken up by the astral body, only by
    • so far as it receives its impulses from the kidney system is in turn
    • The animal also has these processes going even still farther in the
    • so far that we have the pancreatic gland as one of the last glands which
    • bring the foodstuffs far enough that, while being pushed towards the
    • next to the liver, as far as I am concerned; but what does one know
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    • of the cosmos. One investigated now, how far this person is influenced
    • life. The conception of man, in as far as it should be the foundation
    • around us, as far as it is plant-world, has to become aglow in the most
    • dear friends. And the person who says: this remains far away from what
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    • something took place in the soul that was of far greater
    • “Well, here I am. Certainly I am far enough advanced to
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    • seen is sufficient proof that the author, as far as the
    • be far from giving us everything we required even for
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    • accomplished things of far greater significance than the pupils
    • will furthermore take our soul nature into the future in so far
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    • are far too accustomed to dealing with big problems like
    • with current happenings; yet, as far as events on the physical
    • we do not get far by brooding and speculating about how things
    • and how far he would have got. Not very far!
    • that would otherwise fetter us to physical life, fetter us far
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    • saw it to a far greater extent than now in animals and also in
    • far as ancient Greece, we would be quite wrong to imagine that
    • a time when the outer world will be far more bleak and empty.
    • present-day scientists — of course only in so far as this
    • the Gospels. Even if we go so far as to admit to the existence
    • — and these dreamers went so far as to deny the whole
    • This means giving people spiritual science that, far from
    • Christ in a different way from them: they then become far worse
    • Christ.” You would make them far less angry if you were
    • far so good. And when we look at a machine, the psychic process
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    • the more is the farther west one goes—the living
    • abstractions—in that pamphlet itself I strove as far as
    • everything as far into oneself as possible. This is how the
    • abstractions. The farther east one goes, say Europeans the
    • farther east one goes; because it is more in the form of
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    • ago, has today reached a culmination and will spread farther
    • and farther afield making enormous demands of the people.
    • of meaning; but in so far as we use the uniform educated, we
    • actually far more inward than man's ordinary, everyday
    • distant; but really they are not so far as people think from
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    • all the striving of the age, in so far as this striving proceeds from
    • of the world. Within our own ranks today far too many are to be found
    • a war — is good in so far as it necessitates a widening, a widening
    • literature, of protestant learning, of the reformed churches, lags far
    • differs far less from the handed down creeds of individual religions than
    • a whole. Man lives far more in the outer world, animals live far more
    • way has raised himself as far as possible above the animal.
    • today who with all their faculty for abstraction come so far with this
    • them far more unknown than for man — and man himself has fear of
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    • the chaos that is about to break upon us, unfortunately far too little
    • appreciated, far too little heeded by men—in this chaos many different
    • purely general belief. But it forbids him to get as far as superphysical
    • over the chief activity in the soul? To recognise how far truth is the
    • one is to call it Pantheism) in a far more marked way than Spiritual
    • thing to enter and man shold only be permitted to get as far as the
    • into the spiritual world but which as far as possible would indeed be
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    • children. The simple truth is that far more lies hidden in a man between
    • at the same time to there being far more hidden in in man than can be
    • Botany and Mineralogy contain far more than what we find in books. But
    • animals and men—as far as men's physical forms are concerned—are
    • as far as to say that if men obstinately cling only to science, if they
    • ever greater progress. Today he can already get very far by carrying
    • must be noticed; it is a fine distinction although a tremendously far-reaching
    • one; there is a far reaching and important distinction between the one
    • welfare.
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    • far man can become ripe to look into the spiritual world himself is
    • far less liking today for sound human understanding than people imagine,
    • we are sun beings, but so far we cannot endure what it entails to be
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    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
    • reduced to nil, the moment the pendulum has swung out as far to the
    • far less mature than the hearts of the southern peoples, and the Christ
    • so far disengaged. They could not think much. They could hunt, they
    • barbarians of the north. But they had not progressed very far, these
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    • clear, as far as may be today, and as I have said the content will flow
    • nature. And it is only honourable to admit that the farther men progress
    • another way, in reality far less than the Italian or French way. But
    • of scholars into men. One may even go farther. You know how much I revere
    • that even a hundred years after Goethe is in reality far more scholarly
    • But the matter goes further, my dear friends. The matter goes far enough
    • to God. As such, Spinoza's thoughts are very far from the Christ-impulse.
    • forsaken the path that should lead farther and farther into the understanding
    • the soul so far that it can find the new way to the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • devachanic worlds, called, as far as they are known in
    • Life on the astral plane is far richer than on the physical
    • shining sphere, and far from this a second, then a third,
    • body. It can go so far that people who are totally taken with
    • tower far above the wisdom of people. However the wisdom is
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    • so far as the result of this knowledge would empower the human
    • Maya) ever accompanying us in life, insofar as it forces itself
    • far as solving the split between world knowledge and self
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    • the human being here also doesn't come far when he or she
    • Today it would go too far, to take as a basis the being of the
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    • together. The presence of those two streams can be traced far back in
    • things have gone so far that, on the one hand those who wished to create
    • a cross with seven roses, far higher than a really artistic motive.
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    • comes the simple, in so far as this simple form builds itself up on
    • forms that so far as this Building is concerned you have before you
    • you can see from all that with which we have been dealing how far this
    • this thing, dear friends, we shall not get very far because it is incumbent
    • not be able to get very far forward. We must subdue the purely personal;
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    • of the smaller dome, as far as possible, the influence of this point
    • of this foundation word I or Ego, has so far its justification here,
    • who is striving after a real self-knowledge, if he only goes far enough
    • the conception of the Building as far as possible a unity. For example,
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    • word. This Wagner is a man who makes far fewer claims on
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    • Far-off times, comes faintly ringing.”
    • Far and dear that sing in chorus
    • of existence, and therefore wants more, wants to go farther;
    • farther towards evil, he may discover things highly dangerous
    • various secrets, if their mediumistic powers went far enough
    • farther, and thus tempts Faust to the witch-dance, when he
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    • Faust has got as far as reaching Helen imaginatively, in his
    • as far as I'm concerned nobody need believe. But it is well
    • With the whole farce they start again ab ovo,
    • day things had not gone so far, but today we are confronted
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    • those worlds, goes no farther than the means by which
    • this knowledge may be obtained. And here, as far as the
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    • epoch far more vividly and directly, in a far more elemental
    • is, in effect, far more concealed to-day from human vision
    • necessities and impulses derived from a far wider sphere.
    • further. Far more of Faust is taken hold of than the mere
    • conflict with Evil. Far more intense, I said, is this
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    • had influence on Birth and Death in a far more than merely
    • had a far-reaching influence upon the health and sickness of
    • the force of Electricity, which will assume far greater
    • to the Spirits of Darkness who will stand far nearer to man
    • — who will approach man in a far more intimate way
    • those who knew. Far from replying to the Sphinx: “I am
    • educated far away. The mother, who had given birth to Theseus
    • far from his father's home, was told: When the youth grows up
    • community. He was brought up in Parion, far from the bonds of
    • naturally work through a far more intimate intercourse with
    • only so far as the ideas are concerned; but it will depend on
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    • the way Goethe has done. It would lead us too far even to
    • fundamentally very far from all that lives and weaves in the
    • Homunculus. He has not yet got so far as this, for the man of
    • Last-spur of Pincus, far extending.
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    • be developed today in man's conscious life, cannot go so far
    • those applied by modern science. However far modern science
    • would know far more about their dreams if they exerted
    • Sleep-life projects itself into waking life. We could be far
    • in just one case as to how far dream-life differs from waking
    • trinity. In so far as it fulfils its course above in the
    • heavens, it is Luna. In so far as it is active in the earth
    • in it, that those forces work upwards, which — so far as
    • Diana, and Hecate, in so far as these three also apply to
    • before his spirit the far distant past and show him how it
    • to keep mankind in immaturity. So far the latter have had the
    • direction is associated with the right. And the farther we go
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    • So far as all
    • phenomenon. But it cannot be claimed that so far there has
    • does not go far enough to explain him. For that way you only
    • formula man has even gone so far as to try to justify through
    • does not go so far as to ask: If Christianity has been
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    • both universe and the mystery of man, in so far as the latter
    • cannot help Homunculus very far on the road to becoming Homo.
    • The mystery is far greater than what can be contained even in
    • this sphere — Goethe knew he could go no farther. Yet
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    • soul, in so far as it was dominated by the urge for knowledge
    • lead to the idea of Homunculus. As far as possible, during
    • the Grecian myths. He shows often in this scent how far in
    • ascent of a mountain was a far more living experience than
    • special vividness, what some sea-farers still experience
    • instrument, the body. The more sensitive sea-faring folk
    • to test how far he would get by breathing new life into such
    • takes us that far. But in the Greek world-conception it was
    • Goethe had far to go before being able to arrive at the
    • generative force of nature in so far as it shows itself
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    • farther. And he says: Thinking, the forming of ideas, drives
    • supersensible world. He is near it, and then again far from
    • ugliness goes as far as admitting it. Previously he was
    • of abyss. One the far side of this would be a continuation of
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    • which are far away again in perspective, so we can learn to
    • with this one only gets as far as the experience of man's own
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    • that you may fare well and live long on earth.” It is
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    • the conception of the world in so far as it is based upon
    • possible for man to observe, to a far greater extent than
    • animals as their garment, now resolved itself, so far as the
    • education. The actual beginning of this stage is traceable far
    • consciousness. This had a far-reaching effect upon the entire
    • standing high above man — a being farther removed from
    • the first chapter of theosophy. Far better than by any other
    • complicated ones;” and, as far as physical structure is
    • is true that, so far as the senses are concerned, those
    • so far as man's outward form is concerned, at a genealogical
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    • far more so than is commonly supposed. The other was the stream
    • their attention on that which lives and weaves in the far
    • — for life at that time was still far more dependent on
    • far more to a real philosophic life and striving. And in all
    • by no means very far behind us. Imagine a Scholastic thinker or
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    • realities of the situation, hold no such belief. Far from it.
    • heavens, he loses himself. By far the most important elements
    • The meaning attaching to the word ‘deathlessness’ nowadays is very far
    • principle so far as physical man is concerned. Now when we embark upon
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    • correct, but they do not carry us very far in the world as it actually
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    • spot not far from Kamenz in
    • instance, we catch sight of him one afternoon on a lonely moor far
    • soul fares when it seeks not merely an image but a direct
    • the march of history man is only of value in so far as he is
    • spirituality of feeling at the point so far reached by human
    • audience, whose presence there so far had been unexplained, grew
    • in so far as we are able to apprehend the spirit of German nationality
    • of this, for their minds do not reach so far.”
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    • could still be sensed quite distinctly in certain farming villages as
    • wonderful soul moods which awoke in the simplest farm homes on Sunday
    • were recited the star would be projected far out. This star of
    • pessimistic feelings. Nowadays you would have to go very far afield,
    • Let us greet the scissors that can stretch out far
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    • speak to you here last time we let our spiritual gaze journey far
    • far away in time and in space from the here and now. It will not on
    • the far horizon of the Cosmic All, but it can also be observed in the
    • unveiled, far removed from everyday affairs. Yet to that world man's
    • far away, altogether unrelated to his soul. We can distinctly feel
    • important lives there, of far greater significance than logical
    • world's existence only in so far as it is I!” Nothing
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    • contains something far more than its content within the limits of
    • find their way in if we have come so far as to alter our sympathies
    • develops it as far as he needs it in his ordinary life.
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    • extends far beyond the ordinary physical world.” This very
    • world will best describe that other world that has a far higher
    • someone goes through a training that brings him far enough to enter
    • that higher realm we perceive it with far greater force. There we see
    • So far we have only
    • This is true also of those occultists who are conscious only as far
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    • outward into the far spaces of the universe. I have often spoken of
    • one could investigate the material composition of the farthest
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    • They have even gone so far as to dispute whether it is more representative of
    • far more important than any dispute as to whether it is Sankhya or
    • one must have progressed far enough to be able to have real
    • super-sensible beings are far above all attributes of the senses and
    • is in this respect. We can get as far as the fifth, sixth, or seventh
    • the inner impulse to perfect himself as far as ever a human soul can.
    • one of these rays would have proclaimed the glory of Krishna far into
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    • within himself, however, he can only gain knowledge of that insofar
    • man only insofar as he is still animal. You see on what the peculiar
    • forth the animal organism are not so far perfected as those at work
    • empty space; we cannot go any farther, there cannot be less than no
    • been visible in manifestations before, but in a far more spiritual
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    • circumstances, are as far removed from this great poem as are the
    • strictly observed rules. Far more than by rule, these secrets were
    • they are already far from understanding those feelings poured out in the
    • people, to develop something that may easily make them feel how far behind
    • lies something far more important, that if the man of today will only
    • scientists spin their threads of thought so far as to imagine they
    • not penetrate the plant kingdom as far as he does the mineral. All he
    • form of consciousness escapes our everyday intelligence far more than
    • far as man, but he was filled by a natural sattwa that he would not
    • cases — then in effect he is in darkness as far as external man
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    • tamas food because man's organism has changed, even as far as his
    • only so far as what we may call the ghost-like, which in its
    • Jesus child? At a far distant time this soul had had to go through
    • striving for perfection has become too strong. It has gone so far
    • really are. To the way of looking at things that goes so far in
    • themselves have to decide how far a spiritual movement can be carried
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    • certain points of view which may have so far received less attention,
    • to set out publicly the principles of Initiation as far as has been
    • described in this book can go very far in relation to the principle of
    • Initiation. He can go so far that the existence of the spiritual world
    • harm, and by this means he can go very far along the Way. The path to
    • continually, in so far as he lives consciously, in all that concerning
    • progressed so far that he can see through everything, but at this
    • progressed so far in his inner development that at this moment,
    • have so far progressed that he still has surplus strength. In that
    • worlds are like between death and a new birth, and in how far it has
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    • forces in his soul which far surpass those needed in ordinary life.
    • seer has in all earnestness come as far as we have already indicated,
    • is generally supposed. People indulge far more in indolence than one
    • physical bodies; when he has got so far as deliberately to make the
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    • experiences. Possibility of a retrospect into the far past, a reading
    • in the soul, or one might say a retrospect into far-off times of the
    • They knew they had come to the farthest point attainable. In the
    • words than these: “In your vision you have been led far and wide
    • cannot disregard what has guided him so far, then he cannot have this
    • What I have now pictured to you, as far as it can be done in the words
    • from the direction of this evolution as far as the bank; we stand upon
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    • King Arthur's Round Table journeyed far and wide and slew monsters and
    • We often find that persons who have not gone far enough into the
    • the figure of Parsifal, this ideal of the later Initiation in so far
    • of today — we must say that in our time and on into the far
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    • Although his scientific knowledge was far less, man of olden times had
    • far truer representation of man's inner world than the cities of
    • adventure, woman a conquest from afar.
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    • Greece and Rome, and even as far as the Danube basin it was
    • practised far into the Christian era. For a long time it was
    • do so. Far less is he able to master what is higher than life
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    • but also the archetypes of plants, animals and men in so far as their
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    • in himself, and to help him to develop as far as is possible for him.
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    • far past crystallised it out from within himself. Just as the snail
    • body can thrive only in so far as the higher principles can live within
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    • Earth. This had far-reaching consequences for all living beings: the
    • it; they had to remain as they were. They had not progressed as far
    • Bible calls them the tempters of humanity. They tempted man in so far
    • body of an Atlantean extended far beyond and around his head. In the
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    • then test the dream by the reality. When he has advanced so far that
    • far as to have faith in everything that happens in the world; otherwise
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    • strive to need nothing. Even if you have great possessions, in so far as
    • hand, will retire into a cave and as far as possible will breathe the
    • development has to anticipate this process as far as possible He must
    • the Christian way of occult training, as far as this is possible, and
    • inner, that he has gone thus far. The outer sign is that he feels as
    • belongs to him as his own body is. The body then extends far beyond
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    • as far as possible, when someone else is talking. Then you must accustom
    • as men of high spiritual quality and faith. They had progressed far
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    • understands these things. But the chatter over free will is far
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    • lies far away from present-day ideas.
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • faster so far as quality is concerned, for they actually become bad
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • in a farmer's house and the wife gave me some coffee. The cup had red
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
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    • instance: “The farmer lady went to get the milk and while she
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    • with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
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    • own areas, for as far as its methods allow it to go, it brilliantly
    • science. External combustion, so far as the substance it affects is
    • far in the past, we encounter the most severe conflicts if we want to
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • earth conditions if you go far enough above the earth. Close to the
    • inhalation, and is then by way of that air inhalation carried farther
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • farther inward to where inhalation borders on exhalation; and we find
    • farther into the human being we find the process that provides a path
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    • as far as it can be seen in human beings
    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • to be doing much to disturb us. But far more important than the
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    • farther out of the physical and etheric body. If the spiritual,
    • world — insofar as these things are apparent in normal life.
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
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    • farther back on a line that can be drawn between the constellation of
    • surrounds us in farthest cosmic space.
    • what envelops us in farthest cosmic space, from the rhythm that has
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • beings between these two farthest boundaries. But in between we can
    • and sun insofar as they intervene in the elements. Not just the head
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    • ourselves. It goes as far as the etheric body, and the etheric body
    • understands these things. But the chatter over free will is far
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    • replacement of by far the greatest part of the substance does indeed
    • lies far away from present-day ideas.
    • process at a much slower tempo than the rest of the organism, so far
    • faster so far as quality is concerned, for they actually become bad
    • decide that the point is normal. If it lies too far back toward youth
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    • very far — really requires the sensitivity of a physician who
    • in a farmer's house and the wife gave me some coffee. The cup had red
    • And I said, ‘Yes, I think so too, farmer lady.’”
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    • instance: “The farmer lady went to get the milk and while she
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    • SO FAR WE HAVE BEEN
    • CHIEFLY CONCERNED with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • posterior cavity, far back. It can't be operated on. Raimund dies
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    • own areas, for as far as its methods allow it to go, it brilliantly
    • science. External combustion, so far as the substance it affects is
    • far in the past, we encounter the most severe conflicts if we want to
    • does not reach as far as the human being. Human beings have a soul
    • earth conditions if you go far enough above the earth. Close to the
    • inhalation, and is then by way of that air inhalation carried farther
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • farther inward to where inhalation borders on exhalation; and we find
    • farther into the human being we find the process that provides a path
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    • HUMAN CONSTITUTION as far as it can be seen in human beings
    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • to be doing much to disturb us. But far more important than the
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    • farther out of the physical and etheric body. If the spiritual,
    • world — insofar as these things are apparent in normal life.
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
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    • farther back on a line that can be drawn between the constellation of
    • surrounds us in farthest cosmic space.
    • what envelops us in farthest cosmic space, from the rhythm that has
    • Hippocrates was really a latecomer as far as ancient medicine is
    • beings between these two farthest boundaries. But in between we can
    • and sun insofar as they intervene in the elements. Not just the head
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    • happen that the soul-spiritual entity goes out farther than it
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    • to reach to actual origins, there is a certain point in the far
    • ourselves as far as possible from the familiar, and from the ideas
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    • these subjects. Only, as far as possible, I must confine myself to
    • How far has this
    • you have so far brought things this is what they look like. This is
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    • So far as man had
    • brought their consciousness far nearer to the truth than is the case
    • ever higher and higher into far distant times. Our study ofcosmic
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    • we tread upon when we tread the earth's soil is earth, in so far as
    • “firmament” nor any of its variants takes us very far.
    • FarEph. 1:21).
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    • we recall what we have learnt so far about our
    • explained. What we have so far learnt does, however, make clear that
    • living thing, and, so far as their external physical existence is
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    • of reverence for what resounds in our hearts from far-off ages. We
    • We strike, as it were, the true ground of existence — so far as
    • past, and who were already so far advanced that they were able to
    • theories of modern physics are in fact dreams. In so far as
    • essential Being of the Thrones; in so far as this basic substance
    • where we ourselves are; the same forces do not extend as far as the
    • deeper conception of Jahve, of Jehovah, than has so far been
    • has gone so far that today we have Rainbow Bibles, with what is said
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    • death. But so far as humanity as a whole is concerned, people
    • our present consciousness has undergone a far-reaching evolution,
    • to himself that he cannot yet know how far this is reality or
    • luminous globes far outside in space. He sees pictures of two globes
    • that we have to look mainly for the elements up as far as warmth.
    • so far as the Beings in its environment — or if you like the
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    • Beings. So far he has no independent existence. It is as if he were
    • to criticise, and one flippant critic has gone so far as to ask what
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    • too strongly for man's welfare. They had to mitigate their forces by
    • escaped to the planets begin to return again. That went on far into
    • very different from what it became later; far on into the Atlantean
    • still permeated the atmosphere in the form of steam. And far on into
    • with the planetary Beings. But in those far-away times man was not
    • far away, and only little by little began to take effect on earth by
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • water, which means that it is far denser than the earth. It therefore
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    • until far on into the Lemurian age, right up to the separation of the
    • describe it (so far as representation is possible at all) by saying
    • evolution. So far as this part of them is concerned, their work is no
    • discoverable by external means, and the farther back we go in
    • pursue our study of its origin as far back as the times described in
    • cannot stand, which is not as far as it goes an adequate expression
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    • far surpassing the knowledge that present-day science can offer. And
    • twenties. As far as out-ward appearance goes, mankind has lost the
    • When modern theology goes so far as to explain the event at
    • thought of the present day, is far from being able to form the right
    • world of sense is not enough. To-day, mankind has only come so far as
    • and are at the same time very far indeed from forming any true idea of
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    • direction of decline. It is very necessary to realise how far men are
    • their own opinion about ancient usages, those usages would be far
    • far pleasanter than to say: The great responsibility for the future
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    • In a future not far distant, intimate understanding will take the
    • Post-Atlantean epoch through an Event at a level far transcending the
    • of earthly evolution, man was dragged into this warfare among gods. It
    • to Golgotha, in the far future. In this far future of which he gives
    • the ploughshare. Then a farmer digging in the earth finds an object
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    • taken much more as a matter of course; birth and death were far less
    • for those who were teaching at that time. As I have said, by far the
    • reality of the super-earthly within the earthly, a far greater inner
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    • there is much unoccupied territory, and people are separated by far
    • It will be necessary to go far, far afield in laying the basis of
    • shall go far, far back in evolution — although not so far either
    • into his nerves, combining and relating his multifarious
    • Why was spiritual vision a natural condition in the far distant
    • time the upper part of the etheric head extended far outside the
    • no means far distant, man will find that the physical world is losing
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    • everything in the most distant past and on into the farthest future is
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    • descended far more deeply than the other Guiding Spirits, cosmic and
    • have attained deeper insight. We understand far better what we learnt
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    • his soul the man is keenly aware of how far in his inmost being he has
    • of confidence in the future. As far as the physical world is
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    • far more than is feasible nowadays. There is no need to look back many
    • have, that is, the right ego-consciousness. The farther men advance
    • back as far as is usually imagined. Only a few incarnations ago, men
    • At the same time the teaching will contain — to an extent far
    • strained to the utmost to enable us to transport from some far distant
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    • one denied the possibility of knowing anything of it, he is not far
    • “No matter how far the spiritual world may extend, however great
    • and sought after, was intended to show, in detail, how far man is a
    • product of the spiritual world, and how far in him are really to be
    • death. In reality our whole life is a preparation for death, in so far
    • one who dies later. Out of his post-mortem survey he carries far more
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    • would then take far too little trouble to acquire wisdom, and it would
    • single accident which man, in so far as he is in the astral body, has
    • far as humanity is concerned. That can be seen by investigating the
    • in the future, to redeem it as far as possible from sinking into
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    • believes it attains far more through what it gropes for, than through
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    • man, in so far as he stands here in physical consciousness, and that
    • memory, and in so far as we are physical men here, we really live
    • our memory, yet we know that memories might arise, as far back as that
    • was entirely fantastic and appeared, in so far as it had any sense at
    • curses and threats of Markus Freund as far as he could remember them,
    • that the time would come, and was not far distant, in which that which
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    • wonderful way of profound, Cosmic mysteries — in so far as the
    • lives — I will not go so far as to say they have read Kant, but
    • signs. Indeed, he goes still further. He goes so far as to say the
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    • anatomical examination. They are indeed of far greater exactitude and
    • great initiates, with their outlook into the far future, taught people
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    • In so far as this very small part has been worked through, to that
    • When a human being has progressed so far that he has transformed his
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    • generation. People's characteristics can be traced back as far as the
    • one can look backwards on one's forefathers as far as two hundred
    • eventually became the lower kingdoms as far as the first vertebrates,
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    • strings of the Gods; they still had to guide him. In so far as man
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    • for ten hours. By this means he very soon progressed so far that he
    • In so far as he masters these impulses, desires and passions, he is
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    • far above human beings, has disappeared in the course of the age of
    • divine in so far as he is able to breathe out again what he has taken
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    • out of the past. One may then think of him having advanced so far that
    • through thought. And thought is something far more comprehensive than
    • In so far as he expresses himself in the outer world, man leaves
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    • In occultism we differentiate in man firstly his actions, in so far as
    • so far as it corresponds to the sealing wax, intuition, and the
    • far that he can create such pictures has attained the stage of the
    • are working as creative forces. The crystal is external in so far as
    • thinking. Within himself man calls it ‘Spirit’; in so far as it works
    • as far as the Intuitive forces.
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    • whose brow receded far back. Only the back part of the brain was
    • even farther-receding brow, nevertheless they still possessed
    • half, the lower nature, and transform it. In so far as man today
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    • far as not to be at the mercy of his passions — our civilisation
    • with far greater intensity. The animal however presses its own
    • no favourable habitation. But the beings which are so far advanced
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    • not move far away from the physical and etheric bodies which remain
    • the pupils with their Masters, in so far as someone who has formed a
    • other hand he is already so far developed as to be comparatively soon
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    • is an image of the beings which have been thrown off. In so far as
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    • are concerned. This is very far-reaching and makes clear to us how man
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    • hunting peoples, then the farming peoples and thirdly the development
    • far as he no longer takes his nourishment from Nature, but gains it
    • from his own wisdom, from the God within him, so far does he also
    • Marx, Lassalle — only bears the worker in mind, in so far as he
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    • contained, primarily, in the things themselves. And insofar as I take
    • suffice. A man of discernment need not go far field to perceive how,
    • far surpasses what man is able to produce in the way of intelligence!
    • shown that instincts may far outstrip human intelligence, and that
    • himself to his descendants. Far too little attention is paid to this
    • Insofar as man is a generic being, he has inherited all the faculties
    • his work and activity insofar as they are acquired in life through
    • only insofar as it can be experienced inwardly in its life of soul.
    • being unfolds passions which are possibly far more injurious and are
    • experience, pain that is merely due to bodily circumstances is far
    • animals, are talking without foundation. Pain in the animal is far,
    • far more deep-seated than purely bodily pain in man can ever be.
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    • look for them too far afield. In considering things in the right way,
    • form with open mind, we are interested far more in the universal, the
    • parts of the human organization, insofar as the spirit lives in man.
    • something far more profound lies at the basis of speech, of the way
    • of human beings. Of all the senses, the animal gets as far as that of
    • insofar as it has soul — in the way man lives in speech with
    • the soul know that harshness of voice is far more unpleasant in a man
    • man is more intimately related to, far more deeply bound up with, the
    • in other words the whole organization so far as it is individual
    • man and the human spiritual life altogether, insofar as it plays its
    • man to go farther on this path by again developing within him the
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    • The farther we go back in the history of human evolution, the more
    • their hearts, far out into cosmic space.
    • will out into the direction of the sun — far out into cosmic
    • see, it is a purely physical, spatial explanation, and that is as far
    • the waves of thy gentle light from far cosmic spaces, are those souls
    • the form of many different plants in order to discover how far each
    • When, however, we go a step farther, when we conjure up the spirit
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    • goes no farther than this primal nebula. Now let us imagine that not
    • upwards to Jupiter. The questions to Saturn were sent far out into the
    • Such questions reached only as far as the Sun and the answers came
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    • far richer, when contemplated during the life between death and a new
    • planetary existence — and one could also go farther out into the
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    • Unfortunately, far too little attention is paid to such things, and
    • this is why human thinking is so far from grasping reality and men
    • This must, of course, not be carried too far. If a man were to deposit
    • cosmic element asserts itself in the body. You can say: As far as
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    • the souls of those times, even though in many respects they may be far
    • truth become far more living in the modern soul than the people of
    • age as far back as ancient Rome. In purely historical writings, even
    • (man and woman), so far removed from the God he had come to fear, and
    • one knows one's own value and how far one may go. If we are servants
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    • all ages become. It would take us too far afield today to refer in
    • cannot be fully realised by present-day humanity insofar as external
    • the corresponding etheric part is far greater than the difference
    • etheric body. What the hands perform has far more to do with the world
    • functions, work far more intuitively, more spiritually, and perform a
    • far higher task than is accomplished by the etheric brain. Whoever has
    • etheric basis is in effect by far the least skilful of the spiritual
    • serve for a far higher, more spiritual kind of knowledge and
    • hands, are far more interesting and significant organs for gaining
    • knowledge of the world, and are certainly far more skilful organs than
    • — such far more skilful organs than those of the etheric brain
    • Now the spiritual student, who has not advanced too far, can easily be
    • know the initiates insofar as they are great personalities or have
    • Then, insofar as what belongs to the earth is spiritual, these human
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    • have to do with a hand performing a moral or an immoral action. So far
    • where we are in fault. They are far richer than we in physical life
    • features may be different, but they belong to the same world as far as
    • got so far as not to lose our vision while taking stock of ourselves
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    • the latter is far more intense and far more powerfully felt. It is the
    • you have a far better definition of what is called a monad than can be
    • well, you then see just this being. Assume that you are so far
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    • of nature, insofar as we are justified in calling them so, we are
    • When you enter the spiritual world, experience is far more intimately
    • something of this nature. So far as you feel anything at all of a
    • “A being appearing anywhere in time is eternal insofar as it has
    • power to liberate itself from the Luciferic existence, but insofar as
    • insofar as we are in the world of the senses and want to describe what
    • Insofar as divine beings work in man, he shares in the eternal;
    • insofar as the Luciferic world works in him, all that is bound up with
    • that has to do with time. How far this takes part in the evolution of
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    • binds him to the world insofar as in this linking, this binding, the
    • unknown corner of the world, far removed from great empires, and there
    • far as the periphery of what is experienced is concerned. But only
    • them from what is far beyond the earth. For as soon as man gets beyond
    • These things lie far afield and may appear inconsistent with the
    • far we may be separated in space. May the souls present here feel this
    • look back to these days in Munich. In farewell, I heartily greet the
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    • outer world as part of our inner life, in so far as we make it into
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    • have passed since our childhood, back as far as our memory extends,
    • life we reach out into the spiritual world far back in ‘time’,
    • body. Thus everyday life goes on; this life goes on, in so far as we
    • another through the clear definitions of Spiritual Science, far
    • On the far shore of Divine
    • rebirth — at a very important point. Far away at the most
    • these forces, for thou wouldst have to be far more perfect if thou
    • have so far acquired in life. The strength given us by the Gods is
    • it has not realised on its path so far, and which lie in the
    • which stand before it as the distant temple on the far shores of
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    • something which in so far as it has entered within his skin and the
    • the far-distant future, and we should want to spiritualise ourselves
    • which penetrates our being. And in so far as it penetrates our being
    • reflected back as far as to the point of time to which our memory
    • I have just described — in so far as it relates to feeling and
    • This is recognised at the present time in so far as it exists behind
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    • I tried, as far as is possible in a public lecture, to describe in
    • be a far-off ideal. But if he really allows Spiritual Science to act
    • far as one is still in the physical body, it acts as instinct. One
    • lived at Murrhardt, in Wurtemburg, and who was so far advanced in his
    • Christian religion ‘God the Father’. Thus far do the
    • leads us far into the most important probings and strivings of the
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    • inner process of far reaching importance and immense significance. It
    • live. We are still connected with our earthly life in so far as this
    • spiritual world, in so far as these really live in the spiritual
    • far does the impulse proceeding from the power of Christ extend, that
    • live. When the Christ-impulse has brought us as far as to the
    • come upon us, when Christ has led us thus far, then in the Midnight
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    • always together with those who have been near us in life, in by far
    • so far as it is necessary
    • Hence it may also be of value on the physical plane, in so far as we
    • out for the remedy for this world disease that is already so far
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    • the proletariat — think how far removed it is from any
    • reduced everything spiritual to an ideology! Think how far removed a
    • general outlook! Think, finally, how far removed the almost universal
    • understood about Christianity, so far, is only a beginning. It
    • contribution which other persons, perhaps long dead or far distant,
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    • relations — as far as we are ripe for them — with Angels,
    • remain far from the Christ. How, then, do we come to the Christ?
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    • It is a far remove
    • continues on the far side of death.
    • it may not take so crass a form as in Anzengruber's play, is far from
    • this is not far from perceiving that such a well-intentioned remark
    • refuses to seek for this way will indeed be unable to think far
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    • greater or it may be smaller. So long as we go no farther than to
    • little farther and you will no longer be so remote from understanding
    • with pressure. When we expose ourselves to light, insofar as the
    • experiment again with a far narrower cylinder of light. You see a far
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    • farther in. Again I should get an image. That is to say, there would
    • should get a similar figure if I moved the screen farther away.
    • optic nerve as you go farther in into the skull. Herewith we have
    • vitality, — there is life. Truth is, the farther back we go
    • at the objects around you — in so far as you have healthy eyes
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    • presented in the schools today, reaches hardly any farther back than
    • this, my dear Friends, are far-reaching. Namely, for every
    • insofar as they are pieced together from sundry forces of Nature by
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    • state-of-warmth, brought about by your own organic process. Far
    • come nearer the real processes of Nature — far nearer than by
    • still farther down. We experience our own state-of-warmth by
    • very far removed from the abstraction commonly presented.
    • farther down — think how you live in the element of tone and
    • eye as the physical apparatus, to begin with. Indeed the farther
    • farther in you go, the more is it permeated with vitality. We
    • should be borne in mind. Today now we will go thus far; please
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    • sound advances in air — how far it goes, say, in a second
    • examined far more than it generally is, for it is very frequent.
    • So far I
    • — while that which reaches farther forward and is more
    • larynx and that lies farther forward. Etherically we are talking to
    • far astray materialistic Physics goes and how unreal it becomes in
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    • revolution has here been going on, far greater in its domain than
    • the electricity will discharge into the tube are put far apart
    • — as far as the length of the tube will allow. There is a
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    • algebra, geometry and kinematics, then we are doing far more
    • time not yet gone far enough, really to think its way into these
    • Yet as you do so you become aware; herein is something far more
    • on in the proper way, a far closer link must in future be forged
    • never be so very far removed from the delightful coalition between
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    • significant riddles of human life — as far as this is possible
    • we had any such awareness the process would be carried out far less
    • How far is it possible to get beyond the world experienced by a man in
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    • far the greater number of people these two states are so predominant
    • So far, however, we have considered only one aspect of man's life of
    • external sense-world in so far as it arouses certain feelings of
    • called Mercury (formerly Venus). Then, farther away than the Earth,
    • by day. Far-off Saturn, with its slight influence, seeing to resemble
    • correspondences do indeed exist. As though from afar I have alluded to
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    • experience of exultation. And again, when a man was so far advanced as
    • when it was far less developed. But with the gradual evolution of
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    • very far. As a gift from spiritual worlds, from the higher forces of
    • no inkling, have taken good care of their welfare; could not this
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    • of the initiated priest, first of all himself, and then, far out
    • characteristics through a whole series of generations, as far back as
    • far as the ancestor who still possessed characteristics which had been
    • Thus a man has gone back as far as his last death, and in following
    • epoch lying far, far back in the evolution of the Earth, a far distant
    • through our organism. When we ascend far enough into the spiritual
    • minerals. No wonder that when we descend as far as to the physical
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    • experience with far greater intensity all the hopefulness connected
    • far fetched. We relate the heavenly bodies of our solar system to the
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    • human beings. How far would a man get in ordinary life if he had not
    • analogies do not take us very far; we must pass on to the Beings
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    • knowledge does not advance as far as a child advances through what he
    • developed. So far they have been formed out of a world higher than
    • realms into the Elementary World, when we are far advanced in
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    • what he deliberately does to his soul. Although in a far distant
    • true understanding of life. In by far the great majority of people an
    • is understandable. If, however, it goes so far as to make people say
    • accumulation of toxins may be giving the right explanation as far as
    • the outer facts are concerned, but as far as the soul is concerned he
    • far-reaching truth. Nobody gets anywhere near the real truth if he
    • research in the spiritual world is linked in a far higher sense and to
    • a far greater extent than is the case in other experiences, with the
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    • back a very long way in the evolution of humanity, to a far-off
    • instrument for the logic of the heart. For that is something far more
    • wants to look back into the past, he must exert his memory as far as
    • it reaches. If it does not reach far enough he is obliged to turn to
    • he could look far back or less far back into the past and see whence
    • Space-memory he need not go so very far to find the beginnings of the
    • brain; but to find the origin of the heart be must go much farther
    • see no farther than their noses believe that it is possible to pump
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    • to far more intimate provinces of the human soul. He is not yet in a
    • nature we are therefore akin to the plant only in so far as the plant
    • dependence. As far as his body is concerned he can dispense with
    • have been brought together and we have seen how in a far distant past
    • farther and farther back into the past, and we can also look forward
    • Macrocosm — heights far greater than we, with our ordinary
    • the same kind of work, but they may be far, far apart in soul! This is
    • spirit, however far apart and indifferent to one another they may have
    • We have endeavoured to bring together, at times from far-off regions,
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    • are investigated purely as phenomena, as far as possible
    • It cannot be said that the present time has got very far
    • So far, so good — and
    • he cannot get very far. Another person discovers that a result
    • for breath. We have to appreciate that as far as our normal,
    • them in full consciousness. It would lead too far now to
    • pictures surge to and fro. Because they appear, so far as
    • Everything we have discussed so far is only a preparatory
    • we know from the sense world, because as far as the sense world
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    • out of a world, which, as far as consciousness is concerned,
    • far only just mentioned and which I shall describe later from
    • quite rightly as far as our ordinary consciousness is
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    • deeper and more urgent? For as far
    • what anthroposophy has been able to achieve so far with
    • modesty and to say to ourselves: as far as the secrets of
    • aware of these methods, but this is about as far as it has
    • superstitious, and as far as present day education is
    • for ordinary life is, bound to the physical body, so far as
    • problems of civilization we have to advance so far as to take
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    • by far the greater majority of people is possible now only through
    • kind will be far worse than any yet known to man.
    • this example, by means of meditation we hold the thought back so far
    • epochs, in so far as these are connected with our earth, with the
    • the higher Hierarchies, in so far as they are connected with the
    • ‘I’ or Self that extends far into space.
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    • Christ-light in so far as it could reveal itself to the earth under
    • was not confined to the ancient Hebrews, but was far more widespread.
    • adequately prepared to declare the following to the world, in so far
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    • come from afar — our heartiest Christmas greetings. What I
    • come here from afar as well as to those residing more permanently in
    • behold the spirit realm. We must conceive the spirit realm as so far
    • renunciations it had to experience. We must go back this far in time.
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    • not go back as far as the Eighth Century B.C. Yet, we can only gain
    • science, through purely spiritual observation, we go farther back
    • less traditional. It was a recollection of far older visions, a
    • ancient pneumatology — as far as the ancient Southern wise man.
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    • our contemporaries, who believe in the present world view far more
    • actually assigning far greater value to science than do the modern
    • because their inner life was far more alive than the mere life in
    • the cosmic spirit insofar as they have mathematical forms, for that
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    • one's self. So far as knowledge was concerned, they had, as it
    • disappear insofar as knowledge is concerned. One examines the
    • This example shows how far man has removed himself in modern times
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    • consideration. AS far as he was concerned, they arose in total
    • but it does not (and perhaps cannot) go very far with this, hence it
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    • We know that the farther we go back in history,
    • increasingly obliged to go farther back in history. Erigena's
    • from Dionysius the Areopagite one is led still farther back. To
    • sources that would lead too far today to discuss. He is difficult to
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    • will see that nature is now a corpse so far as physics is concerned.
    • know how far it has gone with these two sciences in the present age.
    • of the nervous system and the brain insofar as they are dead, not
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    • When we admit this, however, we have made a very far reaching
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    • itself so far as heat relations are concerned. I will first describe
    • point as it is called. So far as the thermometer shows, the
    • condition, in so far as the temperature shows this condition, by means
    • so far as it is revealed by temperature is not expressible in space
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    • moment we deal with the third power, we are obliged, so far as heat
    • so far as we are men moving around in space, we are ourselves this
    • that man is really asleep so far as his will is concerned. He is,
    • have the idea. I will raise this glass. Now, in so far as your mental
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    • organ for these entities. We say, indeed, that so far as electrical
    • the realm of the mathematical concepts. In so far as they are purely
    • of paper and complete the survey of motion and space so far as my
    • category from time and space so far as its relations to you are
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    • Notice now, we are being led very far from the modern method of
    • the earth, in so far as they are free to move, manifest as a whole
    • Does not that which is active in the gas really lie on the far side of
    • lies on the far side of the heat region just as for instance the tone
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    • heat into what we call work, that some of the heat is lost so far as
    • century physics. Physics itself, insofar as it rests on experiment,
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    • of the quantities so far mentioned include the heat and thus cannot by
    • 20th century. So far I have taken into consideration only
    • turned, then none of the mathematical expressions so far given would
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    • it for yourselves, it would lead us too far to do it here today. For
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    • assume, however, that the action does not go so far as to admit of
    • of tone is far, far removed from the physics of the tone as it is
    • with matter and this condition of negativity filled space so far as it
    • We thus have in heat, in phenomena of warmth, insofar as these
    • we consider tone. Insofar as we are tone, we cannot experience tone.
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    • of something which was once living. Just so far as one keeps to the
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    • it in a far higher degree than sense-experiences. For he can compare
    • stimulated by thought. Consciousness extends as far as thought. But
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    • farther side, as it were; from the periphery of the cosmos. This
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    • follows. He said, “A far greater number of human beings who long
    • far-reaching circumstances. Rosicrucianism has therefore to fertilize
    • child it still extends far beyond the physical body, especially around
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    • divert it from something with far greater strength than before. If you
    • horse, for example, extends far beyond its physical form. If you could
    • is far more mobile than it is in the animal.
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    • authority. The facts of the spiritual world alone are conclusive as far
    • but far rather with the blood that flows through the human body. This is
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    • of soul to soul is far more intimate and inward than it is in the physical
    • Time factors come into consideration only insofar as the earthly
    • that spiritual science, in a time by no means far distant, will prove
    • is far more sinister than the scientific kind. An opinion has weight
    • at variance because they have been formed at far too early an age. It
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    • Because the process of building the physical body has occupied a far
    • move far, far over the earth and to give expression to cosmic facts.
    • that of the mineral. But beings who today are at a stage far higher
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    • he was warned of danger also by them. The astral body extended far beyond
    • as far as the Saturn of today. Differentiation in the solar system did
    • not take place until a much later time. As far as is possible in terms of
    • from the sun after this event and are at a far higher stage of evolution
    • far too strongly in the earth. If the earth had remained connected with
    • the far higher stage of evolution than the average man of today, poured out
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    • later on the animal kingdom. It would lead too far if I were to attempt
    • were forming. At that time man's astral body still had a far greater
    • dull-witted were giants. Man's external form was far, far more
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    • human aura. His aim was to proclaim that this being, as yet far off,
    • had experienced but also to a time when this memory extended far back
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    • descended far more deeply into the physical world than was the case during
    • voice at puberty. In the far distant future, man will “utter”
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    • stage, and a man who had got so far that his actions flowed quickly
    • knows nothing. Goethe is conscious of the fact that man, in so far as
    • The unknown Ferryman conducts the man across from the far side into
    • Ferryman who brings men across the River from the far bank to the
    • Will-o'-the-wisps wanted to pay the Ferryman his fare with
    • find wisdom he must seek it far from all human self-seeking. When a
    • bridge across to the far side. This giant is the crude mechanical
    • us too far to go into all that to-day.
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    • interesting that certain individuals not far behind us in time may be
    • to a knowledge reaching far beyond what can be understood by the
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    • rhythmical, regular and harmonious insofar as it is not subject to
    • had so far developed his inner life that the pattern of its course
    • In scientific thinking we have advanced as far as the use of logic,
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    • Our theme will compel us to touch upon a realm that is very far
    • physical world all that we can encompass with our thoughts in so far
    • animal and the human kingdoms, in so far as they meet us physically.
    • as the reality of green, we can carry this so far that the green
    • which lie so far from the present consciousness of man, we must keep
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    • will find described in part — in so far as they can be in an open
    • strikes the occult vision thus far trained, is that the new spirits
    • us be quite clear as to how far this is the case. I have told you that
    • beings which we learn to know when the occult vision is so far trained
    • happens in this way calls up in the observer who has progressed so far
    • is that which Karma has, so far, made out of us. What Karma is still
    • are so far advanced that we can awaken our ego and astral body
    • only in so far as he lives in his astral body. When however, he
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    • in so far as we are such, we cannot possibly through our external
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    • In so far as their lowest substance is concerned, they consist only of
    • fact is the innermost part of man's nature but which, as far as the
    • are beings so far exalted above human nature that they do not consist
    • drew near to what is so far above man and in its very nature
    • as it were, exhausted what we find in man, as far as the consciousness
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    • thought in these beings, in so far as they themselves bring forth
    • far-reaching for the whole evolution of the planetary system to which
    • around us the planetary spheres as far as the orbit of Saturn, for
    • walking about on a hollow. Our Earth itself, in so far as it is an
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    • far as they cooperate in the occurrences of the earth-planet —
    • far down as the Spirits of Motion. Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones,
    • Spirits of Wisdom; — thus far the results for occult vision are
    • — we can say: In so far as the planet has its place in the solar
    • designate for its sphere the beings of the higher hierarchies as far
    • Moon and say: The sphere of the Moon extends as far as the Archangels.
    • far down as the Archangels, are the same as upon our earth in the
    • (and in so far as man has an extract of the animal body in his living
    • astronomy says that the comet comes from very, very far away. When the
    • from very, very far away. So physical astronomy also says — the
    • comet comes from very far away and it also returns to a very great
    • astronomy cannot think otherwise than that these comets come from far
    • must proceed so far with the concrete connection that one realizes
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    • how far what we considered yesterday relation to its parts, at least
    • moon-nature in the whole planetary system; and as far as we can,
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    • possesses far, far down in its ranks.” It would not occur to an
    • find in the animal world the most varied forms, which differ far more
    • upon a time, in far distant ages, there were only the seven principal
    • principal forms date far, far back; but then appeared other forms in
    • magnificent in so far as he did not go beyond the facts. For
    • rays to the planets and from these work back upon the earth. In so far
    • of their own substance, had already progressed so far that they no
    • being is still so far from the earth that man can only meet him after
    • called it Christ. In how far the one differs from the other can
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    • the fixed stars, in so far as they are the fields of activity for the
    • planetary system from outside. Thus far this coincides with what we
    • are not so far advanced that they can be reckoned with it), these
    • system is already formed and thus do not come as far as the bodies
    • to cosmic mists and far-distant fixed stars. Whenever we direct our
    • teachings, even those which appear drawn from afar, serve to forward
    • feeling, I should like at their close to take farewell of you all.
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    • Commandments in regard to people.” Not wanting to be too far off the
    • abstract, but in a living way, affects the overall welfare and the
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    • knowledge, as far as this is possible today.
    • far beyond his organization: all this leads back to the fact that the
    • higher grades of evolution, and finally came so far that in the 29th
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    • and which still prevail among men, all of these, in so far as they are
    • great religions, and in so far as we study them at their points of
    • happened on Golgotha was not an event which concerned men in so far as
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    • death and a new birth. Otherwise, in a far future time, if he has not
    • language we learn, — this is received from far loftier Beings:
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    • is in great measure only outside occurrence, far less the history of
    • This descent was far more important for human beings of that time than
    • all different sides. In the spiritual world everything is far richer;
    • Geology assumes that the earth was once far more living and has
    • pieces in a far distant future time when it will be reduced to dust in
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    • entirely different languages of the soul. This is so to a far greater
    • perhaps far more apt than the mere phrase “More light”.
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    • only at the beginning of our era; it continued far into the Middle
    • The farther back we go, the less we find that education is spoken
    • always there. But as you can see, tradition has fared worse and
    • eighteenth century things had gone so far that the father had really
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    • and which has entrenched itself in civilization the farther west we
    • characteristics. The farther west we come the more does a thinking,
    • is why the question of materialism is far from theoretical. Nothing
    • the same so far as what is living is concerned. To speak in a living
    • pictures. He gets no farther. And then he says, in accordance with
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    • is at last possible to silence, so far as science is concerned, all
    • not carried too far and thus made intellectual, it shows that
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    • Spengler way is far from alive. It was a question of finding a living
    • thinking preserved the forces of growth within itself far beyond
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    • everything brought forth by our own time is kept far from the realm
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    • was felt in the first place but far too little that a new young
    • thought out in such a way that as far as possible there was only
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    • such. And the whole world, in so far as it is observed
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    • culture to which man has so far advanced.
    • And what was the youth movement in so far as it is
    • primary school age and far beyond it, for as long as education holds
    • etheric body, only farther from it. Finally we entirely lose the path
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    • we go very far back, some seven or eight thousand years before the
    • consciousness to a far greater age. Herein consists the evolution of
    • with the intellect. But as far as intellectuality is concerned, one
    • far in your life of soul that you have freed thinking from outer
    • my dear friends, is an activity which aims at knowledge in a far
    • the spiritual which carries thought so far that it becomes will, that
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    • he absorbs in science, so far as he regards it as valid, is acquired
    • and much is gained from it, yet they would have gained far more if
    • intellectual concepts, in abstractions. Today even the farmer loves
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    • the human being feels it right that, in so far as they are born out
    • Hence they removed themselves as far as possible from the dragon.
    • education of the young. Far better than all theoretical educational
    • of this feeling, let me give you my farewell greeting today by
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    • fact that the human being has, in a certain way, outgrown as far as
    • You see the far-reaching consequences revealed by such a
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    • bodily aspect, in as far as this head formation contains the organism
    • for sense perception or for thinking, we have to look far back into
    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
    • far as the Saturn evolution. The chest formation may be traced
    • back as far the Moon evolution; the limbs have been added to
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    • belongs, we must only consider man in so far as he is a head-being. In
    • individualization comes to a halt before intelligence. As far as
    • deception in so far as we consider something a reality which merely
    • are turning ever so far away from mere abstract intelligence, but this
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    • Romans were the most excellent people of the world, as far as it was
    • Ahrimanic spirits and thus contain something which far surpasses their
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    • far back in the post-Atlantean evolution of mankind. When we focus our
    • this necessity of nature is still far removed from that which we call
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    • completely unknown, as far as we may go back in history. But this is
    • far.
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    • time is completely materialistic! As far as life is concerned, our
    • time is not materialistic; but as far as the belief of many people and
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    • cases, and thus far Breuer agreed with him. I will remark in
    • being the husband of her best friend, whose farewell supper had
    • they are at least so far along that they say to themselves:
    • and he does go so far — that the Greek child also
    • different gods. For the psychoanalyst goes so far as to say
    • Jung however goes so far as to assert that the gods, to whom
    • present personal life, but far-back connections with all sorts
    • Just think! Jung has come so far as to perceive that a man has
    • is as far as one can go by the methods of natural science! Man
    • soul, these psychoanalysts are far ahead of what is offered in
    • current psychiatry by the universities. They are not only far
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    • admission, to a point far beyond what the psychoanalyst
    • a very sly creature, far more sly than in his full
    • not realized how far from genuine research and from a sense for
    • the waves of feeling, which are far stronger than the waves of
    • Nietzsche was to protect him, so far as his Karma permitted,
    • far beyond the individual. For this all-encompassing
    • simple fallacy, if you extend it far enough, is an
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    • so far down. But that which is inaccessible to this surface
    • that is to say, as far as she knows, she is simply pleased with
    • study, they have become true. Then you are not far from the
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    • seeing the rose's group-soul in so far as it dwells there.
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    • of natural science is as far removed as possible from embarking
    • least so far as is known to me. The Egyptian Mysteries led
    • reach no farther than the well-known “little divine
    • inception of what is now the world lies far back within man of
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    • evolution. Then we would see that the farther we go back to the
    • of humanity. Mankind in general goes back to group-souls. The farther
    • among mankind, and appears ever clearer and clearer, the farther we go
    • bodily structure, far more strongly than today.
    • so far on in our time, who stand close to the moment where they will
    • individuality must develop so far, that it no longer has anything
    • he has brought himself so far, that he forces nothing of his own
    • the other hand, this individuality must be so far on that it can
    • take up anthroposophy, appear in comparison with others who remain far
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    • order from then to flow on farther in one common stream.
    • the generations lying far back, so that the right qualities could be
    • being, shone entirely inwardly. One did not have to investigate so far
    • because it contains a truth which lies as far as possible from modern
    • time. In the Bible they stand. The Bible is far more learned than our
    • too far, but one can call to mind a quite ordinary phenomenon. Just
    • farther south through the dreams of Joseph, towards Egypt, and after
    • stream flowed into Christianity, in order to flow on farther into it.
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    • space and into other souls. Thus speech was then a far more living
    • affair. It entered far more into the secrets of existence than our
    • employ his Ego, so far as it was developed at that time. He used his
    • drew to the sea of Galilee — that means, when the sun was so far
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    • justifiable view of the world, in se far as it points man's
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greeter justification
    • far too little and really knows little of them; but numerous
    • can solve the riddles of the Cosmos in so far as they refer to
    • age it has however become important, far more important than
    • cannot get very far, because every sleep refutes the real
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    • humanity, we are generally speaking, already far more
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • Anthroposophy; a concept gained in a far more widely embracing
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    • still thinks predominantly like Epimetheus. However in so far as he
    • interpretation enters in. From this you will see that so far as these
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    • very highly evolved, far more highly evolved than man at the stage he
    • so far advanced as the Beings who were able to intervene in the middle
    • intelligence through many by-paths, in so far as they are paths of
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    • the Star-race, the Greco-Roman race, got as far as the northern
    • culture has come so far that it has human initiates and the
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    • evokes brotherliness as far as the human understanding reaches. And
    • thus far shall brotherliness be quickened in our own root-race and in
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    • spiritual essence; they do not live in the air, but in a far higher,
    • undergone several stages of development. In the far-distant past it
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    • influences. What the eye sees is of far greater importance, for it
    • Initiates look out into the far future and see how human beings are
    • far afield.
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    • it will become clearer how far the number one symbolizes what I shall
    • this absorption should rightfully come about, and it will be far more
    • number four. Four is the sign of the cosmos or of creation. As far as
    • is under the influence of the number five insofar as he can be good
    • corresponds with the lecture, as far as I can tell. My
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    • relationships. When, in the far remote past, the human heart acquired
    • whole universe insofar as it belongs to us.
    • Were we to go far back millions of years in human evolution,
    • Mankind will be so far along morally and ethically that all
    • far more complicated than is assumed in elementary astronomy. You see
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    • understandable, explanatory facts have to be brought from far away.
    • bring those facts which lie so far afield near to you and make them
    • world, and man is able (as far as it is possible for him) to rise a
    • How far must we go back, while still remaining within the limits of
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    • far-reaching importance in those ancient times for the acquisition of
    • very far-reaching fact, which has to do with the light, which is born
    • that this small world of ours is of infinitely far-reaching
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    • afar that which had formed itself into light, because behind it was
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    • the conception penetrates only a far as the astral. And so the
    • ancient Saturn they were already far beyond that stage.
    • when the astral body is so far transmuted that the ‘I’
    • this point, development is not yet finished. When the man is so far
    • giving, the thing goes very far indeed. Let us take some being who
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    • central point and would reach so far outwards that the Saturn of
    • will have grown not only as far as the Sun, but even higher than the
    • means, that when the Sun has got so far as to be reunited with its
    • far as to the present Saturn, an enormous globe, as large as our
    • world-globe which stretched a far as the Jupiter of to-day. This
    • as far as to the condition of water. The Moon contained no solid
    • our Solar System was contracted first as far as Jupiter, then to
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    • speaking, only as far on during our present earth evolution as man
    • Far back into hoary antiquity these Schools flourished and, when
    • Moon. Then comes a region extending as far as Mercury, then one
    • Spirits of Personality, up to the Sun the Powers, as far as to Mars
    • is a far nobler heavenly body, Beings have evolved upon it who stand
    • spaces, from that which extends as far as to Venus by the Archai.
    • had entered into him whose realm extended as far as Mercury or Venus.
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    • piece of water may belong to it here, and far away another piece. In
    • Let us imagine that someone has progressed so far that he is able to
    • their cosmic significance, it reaches as far as Venus, and their
    • In the post-Atlantean times men had not yet advanced so far that they
    • Personality are active, even as far as their physical body.
    • Bodhi-Sattva did not reach so far as to ensoul the physical body, but
    • that the Bodhi-Sattva descended only as far as to be able to ensoul
    • so far as to ensoul and inspire the mans physical body, but only the
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    • formation which was ancient Saturn. The Thrones had progressed so far
    • too far if I explained to you why the ring formations of Saturn also
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    • far as your sight can reach, in the Milky Way, which owes its
    • To-day we are still far from understanding this teaching; and if
    • intelligent company of people. We are very far from understanding
    • progressed so far that they were able to let their own Substance
    • progressed so far that he leaves nothing of his astral body in
    • Kama-Loka, so far — that he can injure no living being on earth
    • far advanced that it is completely transformed, in that moment the
    • one who is eminently far advanced, because he has developed the whole
    • certainly wait until he has come thus far; but the man who already is
    • could not have reached such a far point in their evolution, if they
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    • man had reached so far in his general development that he had already
    • work of art has so far perished as regards the external, material
    • to the neophyte how far development could err from the right path,
    • happened during the Moon development, when Man had progressed as far
    • old Nature. Thus, as far down as the Angels, or part of them, we have
    • the existence of the Sun, when a Being had progressed so far as to be
    • even as far as his Ego.
    • leaders protect humanity as far as it is necessary so that it should
    • force to flow into him. When the Ego has progressed so far that it
    • and it would have been impossible for man to progress so far in
    • to-day he is not yet so far advanced he will attain to it in time.
    • Spirits of Wisdom, who exercise their dominion only so far as they
    • far as to men. And what can be said of Man if we place him in the
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    • man ought to work, for eternity. For as far as human work is
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    • thing necessary. Let us suppose that a person has progressed so far
    • certain power of attraction, man lives, and by far the greater part
    • body and stretch out his feelers far, far into a world which,
    • of our physical body. We perceive at this moment how far we are from
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    • dim, primitive clairvoyance. The farther we go back in evolution, the
    • points to the fact that so far as the physical world is concerned,
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    • of tradition. We will go back, not so very far, to a historical
    • In this instance we have not gone back so very far in human history.
    • beings which do not descend so far as the physical world, but express
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    • thence extend to the present Scandinavia, Russia and into Asia as far
    • farthest, and after amalgamation with other elements, built up
    • Zarathustrian culture in so far as the characteristics of their
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    • spiritual world behind the sun. So far as the Greek knew this world,
    • far as the physical plane; a being to be found by sinking from the
    • far as our cycle of evolution is concerned? To consider all those
    • that their characteristic quality is that they do not descend so far
    • these spiritual beings not to descend so far as the physical plane,
    • being only of the divine spiritual world descended so far as the
    • spiritual vision. We need not go so very far back, for in the
    • What spiritual science has to offer is far removed from being an
    • Dionysos or Lucifer, was far away from the earth; on the other hand
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    • his perception of the world, so far as his outer experiences are
    • perceived the etheric body extending far beyond the physical body.
    • really does move outside — as far as the ear is concerned —
    • inner feeling was not so far developed in those days; it was still
    • today. At the present time, inner soul experience is to a far greater
    • human organisation has already progressed so far that it is no longer
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    • realise that as far as those beings which left the earth with the sun
    • old Indian people, the etheric body was to a far greater extent
    • have put himself in the right relationship as far as his feelings are
    • so far as he followed the teachings of Zarathustra, in following the
    • inspirations, were far removed from the conception of a primordial
    • being in its unity. Men could no longer penetrate as far as during
    • unity far above man's knowledge; they did not venture to penetrate
    • nature so far as its lower members were concerned, and that its
    • the inner world; and these two had to coincide as far as possible in
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    • vision is so far opened that he can examine data of the Akashic
    • it were the nature of permanence, they are far more sublime than that
    • lost the vision of that which extends far, far beyond the
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    • All that has been said so far can be historically
    • reveal their relative age. Yet, far from being immaterial, it is
    • from man, in so far as he is a sensory being. Only then can we deal
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    • today to what men will develop in a far distant future as spirit man,
    • of the savant group soul, which clings to externals. Thus far
    • purposefully rolls up its leaves, a sense that goes so far as to
    • sentient soul. This thought substance has far greater elasticity than
    • taste is active. It can reach out much farther toward its objects —
    • forth from men to far distant objects, unchecked until some other
    • into his surroundings. The Archangels play a far more important role
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    • we have so far discussed, the appearance of a visualization has
    • the spirit. As far as we have gone, I have described the human being
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    • Thinking is herein free from error only in so far as it is attracted
    • running forward from the rear. In so far as we perceive the human
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    • estimating it; we find something beyond what has thus far been
    • within as well. Thus far we have considered the soul life as it is
    • the soul life exactly as far as its boundaries, there are in the
    • will mention one prime error common today. By drawing far-reaching
    • reaching as far as a certain boundary, which is the boundary of the
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    • In so far as we stand at a given point in space, we have
    • deal. Such considerations are far more important than is generally
    • Those leading a simple soul life are bored far less than the
    • so-called educated ones. In general, people are far less bored in the
    • that sort have an effect far transcending the soul life.
    • the far-reaching consequences of this alteration, this abolition of
    • NOTE: A bit far-fetched in English, or at best specifically poetic,
    • the cause of our greatest bliss and our deepest suffering, in so far
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    • Far from their profanated altar-places;
    • by far the greatest portion of the soul life is achieved at the
    • soul life, while feeling remains farther within, where desire wears
    • reaching far into the past. Within ourselves as well we find the
    • two currents that flow as far as the outer impression. If our
    • reasoning power is to decide something that is to proceed as far as
    • and that as far as the sense impression is concerned they coincide
    • completely. In this case our desire surges as far as the outer world
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    • far as love and hate take an active part in the latter.
    • among the elements of the soul life only in so far as we can ascribe
    • You can go farther; try to hunt up in your memory what you
    • present, such memories are fresh and strong, but the farther we are
    • reasoning, how far we are from facing all the visualizations our soul
    • essential fact that the human ego, in so far as it enters the etheric
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    • body and the soul out of spiritual worlds. Thus far Brentano does not
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    • that embraces thinking as well, in so far as thinking is independent
    • from the complicated human brain as thought, in so far as the world
    • Suppose we were so far lacking in self-esteem that out
    • far along the path under discussion, but the voluntary encouragement
    • participate, so to speak, in so far as we look up from the man of the
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    • evidence of the existence of the spirit, in so far as our personal
    • body during sleep. For this reason, as far as the total organism is
    • impulses of will only as far as these remain within the soul, and
    • which sways the soul, we would not get very far; instead, we must
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    • is far too little concerned with himself to enable him to clear away
    • exterior structure is bad, but because he falls so far short of
    • search in the human ego, in so far as the latter manifests itself in
    • far along as we might be after the first three months.
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    • The man of to-day confronts Nature around him as a stranger. He is far
    • more of a stranger to Nature than he thinks, far more even than he was
    • soul of man descended. Life had so far developed that the human body
    • wisdom, life will be filled with it and from all pulpits, far and
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    • First, the degree of the Ravens who might approach only as far as the
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    • even in a far distant past. For in the autumn, when outer Nature
    • the senses and through the human spirit. In the far distant past this
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    • We have often pictured how in Christ Jesus, so far as human
    • behind the Gospels is infinitely great — greater by far than anything
    • entering into a human body from cosmic heights, from far distant
    • meaning, the far deeper significance, remains in the subconsciousness.
    • Mysteries. And we have to go very far back into the past to discover
    • was connected with happenings in the far distances of the universe.
    • But we have to go very far back — to about three thousand years
    • When in those long past times in the far North, when the earth was
    • such a one had been born in far-off Asia, one in whom lived the Christ
    • negative side too is discernible. Men are very far indeed from a true
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    • far transcending that of the ordinary course of life was taking place
    • space and time in so far as they can be expressed in terms of
    • had a far more living awareness of the world around him than is
    • rule correctly understood; they are taken far too superficially. The
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    • Crucifixion as far as the destruction of Jerusalem. Wilhelm Meister
    • in so far as it feels itself truly Man. We must realise that this
    • no farther than the Last Supper. Wilhelm Meister asks: "As you have
    • of scenes as far as the Last Supper; but then comes the most esoteric
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    • individuality, who, as far as he himself was concerned, had no longer
    • individuality they towered far above the stature of their human
    • far as the Graeco-Latin period of civilisation. The Graeco-Latin brain
    • that form, had, as it were, something within him that extended far
    • this world. This world does indeed exist; but thought is not yet far
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • mere belief in this will not carry one far. As regards the real depths
    • ourselves may be very far from having as yet developed any clairvoyant
    • law of karma. We will keep as far as possible to the concrete, and
    • serves to show that we should not only look as far as the end of our
    • phenomena of life which lie apparently very far apart; and we shall
    • question, from the standpoint of karma in so far as it extends from
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • time when he would have descended thus far to the earth or into
    • material existence by the luciferic influence — though not so far
    • far as that was concerned they would be barren and dried up.
    • will develop so far that single individuals will be here who will
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    • less describe an astral body so far developed that it does not merely
    • ‘Ben Jage’; that would signify an etheric body as far as
    • appearance of a sort of Christ, a Messiah, was proclaimed far and
    • now advanced so far as to be able to ascend to that part of the
    • — during which the materialistic mind having gone as far as it
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    • world-phenomena, in so far as these are known to man. Everywhere we
    • indication of a far-reaching series of facts connected with the
    • crystallised, we can say: -the woman did not press forward as far as
    • behind it only as far as the head and limbs are concerned, that is to
    • not go seriously into it, inquiring: ‘In how far are forms
    • descend so far as the normal point necessary for rightly expressing
    • body on the other hand sprang just as far beyond that normal point as
    • course this affects the whole human being in his earth-life, in so far
    • body. A woman can only be said to be female as far as her physical
    • carried their esoteric training as far as ‘Illumination’
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    • out of consideration; for our own souls were then too far removed from
    • normal way as far as the intellectual soul; for then only could the
    • discoveries of old Egypt to-day. As far as the content of these things
    • Sanctuaries, — the peoples in Europe who were far removed from
    • forth far and wide, speaking as it were for the spiritual-world:
    • describe it, are far from hitting the mark. It speaks with the same
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • on Earth of Christ-Jesus. This is by far the mightiest Impulse ever
    • as far back as history records; do not let us spoil those traditions
    • go so far as that, we need not go into it.) Drews says of St. Paul
    • God, who did not actually become man, who did not descend so far as
    • ‘In how far then is there anything new in St. Paul? To what
    • of a far-distant, not-yet-accomplished act. It will show itself as an
    • a new impulse, which as yet is far from having been carried into all
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    • earth is far away below one, and journeying into the spirit world one
    • and then proceed farther back from the Moon, you
    • farther. Investigations of life between death and rebirth do indeed
    • farther we have gone beyond the mid-point between death and a new
    • that we grow young. In fact, as far as his spirit-being is concerned,
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    • physical body and expands farther and farther out into the universe.
    • into the planetary spheres. First of all, he expands as far as the
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    • inner attitudes are far more important than visions, although they,
    • spiritual person farther, the less spiritual not so far — but
    • than when the botanist tears it to shreds. The far distant starry
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    • world with far greater intensity than could ever be the case in the
    • Thus we grow farther out into cosmic space, into the whole planetary
    • flesh and blood. Insofar as the West is concerned, Christianity is
    • social consciousness that is needed there. Insofar as the Sun sphere
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    • power that lies far beyond our consciousness. Thoughts must be
    • As we expand farther we enter a second realm that is called the
    • farther beyond this realm. Relationships to the people we meet after
    • when we encounter a person we perceive far more clearly than on earth
    • consciousness. As far as his astral consciousness is concerned, the
    • as far as the Sun sphere. There it acts as a guide, so to speak, from
    • the farther we can carry it into the cosmos. Now Lucifer draws near to
    • parents. He has journeyed so far during his expansion in cosmic space
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    • develops a far greater sensitivity for the complexities of life, for
    • Insofar as this withering process increases, the inner nature of the
    • spiritual content, the better he will fare after death. Mankind will
    • far-reaching realm. There, also, everything is subject to change and
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    • spiritual world. The farther back we go in ancient periods when souls
    • have been quite true, because these souls were far removed from any
    • with a wisdom that far exceeds what we are able to acquire later.
    • begin to think is in fact far smaller in comparison to the great
    • initiate consciousness perceives that the farther back we go the
  • Title: Life Between ... X: Anthroposophy as the Quickener of Feeling and of Life
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    • and the dead. In this connection we have not progressed very far as
    • I would like you to realize that there is something of far greater
    • dead, who are in fact far more alive. Souls on earth will also feel
    • a forest in the spring, one will find that one is not far removed,
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    • earth sphere. By far the greater majority of communications from the
    • far-reaching plan and only fulfilled a part of it. All such things,
    • spiritual heights only as far as the etheric body. It is possible for
    • endow us with certain faculties. Yesterday I could only go as far as
    • lead far off the mark when speaking about successive incarnations. To
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    • far more intense than loneliness as we know it on earth. It takes the
    • connections did not exist which, though far off, yet prepare the
    • we have also expanded our astral body so far as to become Sun
    • of the head is prefigured astrally. This goes so far that actually
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    • skin expands so far as to fill the whole circumference of the orbit
    • and Venus spheres, and farther to the Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
    • human beings who are far advanced and who incarnate repeatedly on the
  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • requirements of life they have no need to go as far as thinking; they
    • ‘triangle-in-general’. I find it far from clear.”
    • about such ideas except in so far as language preserves them.
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    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • for themselves. But in so far as anything real appears in number, the
    • so far as to have sleep-consciousness, monads that are almost
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
    • justified — so far justified as to permit of equally good
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    • help us to see far into the reasons why, on the one hand, men dispute
    • lecture. What I have said so far refers to the moulding of human
    • were to say, “So far I have seen violets only in Austria;
    • being, so far as I perceive this being. But I cannot be a mystic. The
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • it into a mirror-apparatus for our daily thought, so, in so far as we
    • things far more significant than our daily thought-activity can
    • have gone so far that an indefensible physiology forms the
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    • requirements of life they have no need to go as far as thinking; they
    • ‘triangle-in-general’. I find it far from clear.”
    • about such ideas except in so far as language preserves them.
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    • The reason is that far too little trouble is taken over learning to
    • go so far as to throw a veil over all clear thinking. We must pay
    • for themselves. But in so far as anything real appears in number, the
    • so far as to have sleep-consciousness, monads that are almost
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
    • justified — so far justified as to permit of equally good
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    • help us to see far into the reasons why, on the one hand, men dispute
    • lecture. What I have said so far refers to the moulding of human
    • were to say, “So far I have seen violets only in Austria;
    • being, so far as I perceive this being. But I cannot be a mystic. The
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    • it into a mirror-apparatus for our daily thought, so, in so far as we
    • things far more significant than our daily thought-activity can
    • have gone so far that an indefensible physiology forms the
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Suffering
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    • the disintegration in itself. Far more does it ever and again rescue
    • of life. However, they do not go back far enough, to the origin of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • evolution. And on the future planet men will have advanced so far
    • Far rather is it perfect precisely on that account. When lovely
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    • understanding of the matter, not far removed from what today we are
    • outer expressions of life, in so far as we have to do with physical
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • see how far he can put it into practice, he will perhaps receive a by
    • lead very far. In our considerations we generally begin by the
    • far as we consider an event in life as cause or as effect. Therefore
    • will allow this, and he will say, this is as far back as his
    • of the Egyptians to make an offering to my God far removed from
    • far as we recognise the world as a spiritual one. We dimly sense karma
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    • them. Indeed, the matter has gone so far that the thoughts of a great
    • art, great as it is, is far from achieving.
    • from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, it would carry us too far if
    • themselves; he also received these powers, indeed in a far greater
    • this can be far richer than that of an animal. So man originally
    • human organisation had not progressed far enough for it to become the
    • themselves over this time. As I have said, by far the greater number
    • the whole developed far enough to set to work in an individuality, but
    • had remained behind at the Moon stage, developing as far as was then
    • sacrificed for me, but I must make this good, so far as is possible,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • have so far been brought to light cannot bear fruit for the good of
    • material expression has its spiritual background, and for the welfare
    • The man of the present day would far rather believe that disease is
    • more from what happens now to events which lie comparatively far back.
    • be found most easily by first considering how far the idea of disease
    • experiences and impressions do not come as far as to concepts, and yet
    • not come as far as a concept. There are innumerable cases of this
    • directed against his own being, and these tendencies, in so far as
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • opinions in different centuries, and one need not go so very far back
    • Thus from a reason which extends far beyond his ordinary rationality,
    • advance far enough to reach, as it were, the normal point of their
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Natural and Accidental Illness in Relationship to Karma
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    • are accompanied by our conscious concepts. In so far as we accompany
    • an act or any other experience by a conscious concept, so far do we
    • organism when man enters existence through birth, and in so far as the
    • ahrimanic influences mingle with the formative forces, so far we may
    • objectively the course of history, we should have to erect by far the
    • the reason is quite a different one, and far more profound. It may be
    • the real motive; that the real motive lies far deeper, being found
    • understand how far it is by chance that someone should be travelling
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    • Ego-consciousness, there existed a far more intimate relationship
    • too far into the physical body. Let suppose that the astral body takes
    • far into the physical body — there may always come that which one
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • is to assure them that it would be far better for them, and far wiser
    • For we shall see that Ahriman belongs to a very different region far
    • those people so far as to develop a wholesome discernment, and they
    • life. They, being of the opinion that it is really far too trivial an
    • have led him too far into Maya.
    • comfortable life to a life of striving after his cosmic welfare,
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • We can also have a healing influence if we ourselves are so far in
    • we have not progressed so far as to do it consciously. With such a person
    • circles which maintain that where hygienic measures go too far, only
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • enter more profoundly into the organism, and to impregnate it far more
    • to penetrate far more deeply into the organism, into the material part
    • world would have been far weaker, and man would have remained in
    • higher spheres of existence. Thus there came about a far stronger
    • would have a far more refined influence upon us. Everything
    • and the effects are far different. The less dense substances would
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • at all upon this question, things must be touched upon which are far
    • need not go very far into that, for you may find in all the ordinary
    • as far as it can be rarefied upon the earth, you will bring it at last
    • densified light. When one day science has advanced so far as to learn
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • throw light upon these questions how far inclinations and emotions,
    • and how far Lucifer and Ahriman play into every human action. What
    • how far removed men still are from a really true enlightenment of the
    • influences of Lucifer and Ahriman and you will find that by far the
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    • one like a part of oneself, yet as though coming from far away: this
    • towards the far, far limits of one's field of vision; and one must
    • words they use — in so far as they have been coined on the
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    • Lord of Death, far and wide the ruler of all the powers that have to
    • as far as they belong to the earth, by the mineral; they absorb the
    • mineral kingdom; they are subject to these laws insofar as they are
    • place, he can so far overdo that he sets to work on human thinking. A
    • Insofar as human thinking lives in the sense world, it is bound to
    • regulator of death insofar as he affects the course of events and the
    • mankind, insofar as this is not pure positivism — that is, does
    • that nibbling there is far more serious than it is in the sense
    • fantastic. In this the philosophy of Schopenhauer, in so far as it is
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    • world have to be given up to a far greater degree. It is terribly
    • to, leaving everything behind it has so far been able to experience
    • Just how far our present age can bring understanding to
    • further deeds must follow them” will depend on how far it takes
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    • rest of the world. Round about, far and wide, there were no other
    • activities, such as farming, cattle raising and the like.
    • They became capable, hard working people, good farmers,
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    • element so far that understanding takes place even in regard to facts
    • When the clairvoyant soul has penetrated so far and
    • ourselves in so far as it was able beforehand to reveal its
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    • clairvoyant consciousness come into far more intensive touch with
    • he hasn't advanced very far — not beyond what might be called
    • subjectivity. Maria, in contrast, has gone so far in the direction of
    • Man's being is indeed complex and lives far down in the
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    • the post-Atlantean world, has led far and wide to the chaotic,
    • spiritual world on the far side, as well as on this side in the
    • at least as far as I could while treating the
    • or at least very many of them, get as far as the Guardian. The
    • far as the Guardian of the Threshold. However, he has not passed the
    • meant as a reproof — far from it. No, it is said because almost
    • strongly linked together we are — even when we are far apart —
    • that insofar as it lies in us, what ought to happen, what must
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    • body. If we consider it only as far as its physical part is
    • It is far more a question of what the dream contained. It may be
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    • grasp something like an answer to a question of such far-reaching
    • have to sink down into the abyss as far as their own destiny is
    • revealed, and that it is only our reflection that does not go far
    • ascended thus far it may he said that something of the soul-substance
    • far the greater number of the visions! What does such a person do? He
    • Do thou begin in farthest spirit-realms
    • task for the far future. It is the mission of Anthroposophy to
    • Do thou begin in farthest spirit-realms
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    • Euripides, Sophocles and Aeschylus insofar as they have come down to
    • find far more to interest him than he will in the first chapter.
    • Today, when we ask what the Greeks mean to us, we must give far more
    • “entelechy” expresses in a far more intimate way than
    • survives in the whole European present with far more living strength
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    • operative in our age, insofar as such an understanding is possible
    • Egypto-Chaldean age. To date, humanity has not progressed too far in
    • Faust, even though it has not yet gone far in the direction of
    • into a luciferic form. These forces — and they were far more
    • paintings, to a far
    • Contrarily, you will find a resistance to this far reaching power of
    • investigates all that was said of Jesus insofar as He was the Christ.
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    • be laid. They have now progressed so far that evolution cannot
    • inhabiting those parts was far from attaining the qualities that had
    • A people lived in the West who stood far removed from the intellectual
    • impulse or instinct that so far has produced only what is good —
    • far that he no longer trusts himself to look into his own inner self
    • they meet. In many respects the immediate present shows us how far the
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    • insofar as the revelation is necessary to man. We also seek in this
    • the simplest farmer today is, in his whole configuration of soul, an
    • reality who are not willing to admit that when we are as far removed
    • become freer. To be sure, this development is still far from complete
    • materialistic in a far-reaching sense. It is a materialistic
    • to know the spirit in a materialistic way, since habits are lost far
    • result, something arose that is far more widespread than the ordinary
    • and you will find that by far the greatest part of what has happened
    • them from the spirits of the dead. Far and away the greater number of
    • civilization has pursued thus far, because disintegration would be
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    • did not go very far, the impulses remained in Europe in the state of
    • far as it is possible, we investigate the life of Vitzliputzli in the
    • these mysteries was thereby broken so far as the fourth post-Atlantean
    • As far as is possible, we shall speak of these things again tomorrow.
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    • form in this region. People notice these things far too little today.
    • in such things, was far from doing so himself. He was, in reality, on
    • The farmer struck what seemed a piece of stone.
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    • is by no means rooted in reality; it is far less so than was an
    • We are no longer far distant from the time in which we will understand
    • will not think about the super-sensible is like a farmer who says to
    • certain part of the grain for seed. I only became a farmer this year,
    • a farmer resembles a person who is not willing to hear that, as well
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • the hidden depths of his soul-life everyone knows far more than he
    • But not only are human beings today so far advanced that with their
    • for the present — all goes back to a far-distant past. People
    • usually do not know how far it goes back, e.g., in the case of
    • not originate even in ancient Greece. They originated far away in the
    • Now the path which these Mystery leaders took and, which so far as was
    • stream had another origin, which also lies far back in the evolution
    • the Mysteries of the Spirit. Mankind has not as yet advanced very far
    • far as this.
    • II sat in the Royal Box, and I saw him, as far away as from here to
    • coffin of the Grand Duchess of Weimar, and that was quite far away.
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    • we have drifted, so far as any human being can be called responsible
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    • Our corpse, in so far as we are human individuals and enter the world
    • his unconscious Will. So far we have only been able to cite one
    • way as our intellectual knowledge does. It is taken far more from
    • strengthened. The incarnation of Ahriman, in a future not very far
    • far as we are able. This seems to me especially the outcome of an
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    • like a mirror. Indeed, comparison with a mirror approaches reality far
    • experience.” We have gone so far that we are unable to realize
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    • each one in his own place may co-operate as far as he can, in bringing
    • that time, to raise it anew, but far more strongly? The outward course
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    • natural science and modeled upon it — do not reach far enough to
    • the feelings of our soul-life are far less clear and filled with light
    • so far. For it shows the external features or physiognomy of the
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    • psycho-spiritual way, and arrives at far more material creatures from
    • thought of as lying far back in the pre-human times; but then, man
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    • but as a citizen of the universe, as far as this is perceptible either
    • festivals like Christmas or Easter exerted a far-reaching influence on
    • its particularly far-reaching social significance, we must naturally
    • finally comes to a swamp. There he wades a bit farther, but finally
    • so far as to say “muttonhead.”
    • was rather distasteful and even nefarious, but in the time of their
    • as far as possible in order to arrive at an abstract connection with
    • well — even over as far as Norway — are to be found many
    • is disclosed through imagination, but far more through inspiration and
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    • far in their thinking as to experience in it an image of the outer
    • of thinking carries him far, and the feeling of being in a confined
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    • point of time left the earth in order to influence it from afar. I
    • through the gate of death, that in so far as he himself is evil he is
    • to the moon in order, so far as lay in their power, to bring the
    • the earth, in order as far as was possible to bring the Luciferic and
    • acquired as far as possible that which worked inwardly on the body,
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    • memory, fashions man within as regards the soul. In reality, far more
    • think, and he who can exercise even a little self-observation, so far
    • and out of each other. Experiences which lie far asunder in time and
    • that space plays no part in these things; no matter how far the rose
    • is far more united than he realizes with the outer world of nature,
    • we speak of to the child are as far as possible from external
    • his child life up to the seventh year, because, as far as these
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    • course that is quite correct as far as it goes. It does become softer
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    • that far-off time was scarcely harder than wax.
    • the quartz. At that far-off time, however, because of the life which
    • extended far out, copper to Venus, lead to Saturn. Today we are
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    • together of these experiences, they were led as far as possible at
    • When the pupils had advanced as far as I have described
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    • In spaces far and wide shalt thou learn
    • In Spaces far and wide shalt thou learn
    • unites himself at last with this Blue of the far distances, but then
    • that which was Earth is so scattered into the far spaces that it is
    • now that it is man alone who can hold himself upright in these far
    • betokens for human evolution, and how far the whole experience had a
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    • earthly existence; by vision forwards to the time after death as far
    • causes me to exist, gives me form, and sustains me in so far as I
    • was not written by a human being, or only in so far
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    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
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    • such a way as expanded far out into the Cosmos, in so far as the
    • again silver about the Moon, in so far as she does not stand in close
    • such examples you can see very clearly how far removed today is the
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    • far and wide among the races over the earth, and was specially
    • every metal in so far as it stands under the influence of the entire
    • quicksilver; for all metals are mercury in so far as the cosmos works
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    • Just consider how far removed thinking lies from human
    • thinking, so that human thinking can work down as far as the etheric
    • could only get as far as the spirits of nature; and while these
    • because he cannot approach them. He can only get as far as the Spirit
    • extended even as far as Greece. The significant details of this will
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    • quite well, as far as this limited sphere is concerned, by
    • of observation. But as far as the limited sphere is concerned,
    • inner lawfulness. The human organization has advanced so far
    • oxygen related to the etheric organization in so far as this
    • have something that lies very far indeed from modern ways of
    • function of the kidneys. In so far as the functions of the
    • microscopy does not lead so far. The curious thing is that if
    • of far more help is a genuine examination of the empirical data
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    • metabolic human being in so far as the metabolic human being
    • lectures. Indeed, so far-reaching is this ratio that we may say
    • point reached by growth in general (in so far as this is
    • for the metabolism to press too far if the metabolism is normal
    • so far as the metabolism is bound up with the physical and
    • rhythm and organization through the blood rhythm, in so far as
    • far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for example)
    • and the formative, plastic organism (in so far as this
    • the physical-etheric organism on the one side, in so far as it
    • organism on the other side, in so far as they express
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    • — in so far as it is not will activity but purely
    • not be far from the insight that balance must prevail here. If
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    • I merely indicate how far one can go, so I am not drawing a conclusion
    • here. I am simply saying that now one is not far from recognizing
    • reached this point we are not far from saying that, if the later
    • interesting phenomena. One need not look back very far — perhaps
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    • the state of medicine in modern times, this happens far too frequently
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    • this now would lead too far. What should interest us more right now,
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    • perceive with my senses. So far as my senses are concerned, the same
    • far they may become guiding principles in orthodox empirical
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    • indirect life in so far as the warmth works upon the airy fluid and
    • well quite, so far as this limited sphere is concerned, by confining
    • point of view. So far as the limited sphere is concerned, we can get
    • organisation has advanced so far that when the chyle passes through
    • something that lies very far indeed from modern habits of thought. I
    • from which they have been excreted. In so far as the functions of the
    • because microscopy does not lead so far. The curious thing is that if
    • not help you in the least. What will be of far more help is a genuine
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    • far as the metabolic system extends over the whole being. Again, the
    • things mentioned in these lectures. Indeed, so far-reaching is this
    • developed to the point reached by growth in general (in so far as
    • the less possible for the metabolism to press too far forward, if it
    • far as the metabolism is bound up with the physical and etheric
    • this by the processes of breathing in so far as they work into the
    • organism (in so far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for
    • example) and the formative, plastic organism (in so far as this
    • physical-etheric organism in so far as it expresses itself in the
    • Ego-organisation and astral organism on the other (in so far as the
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    • extent, conceptual activity — in so far as it is not volitional
    • astral organism, we shall not be far from the realisation that
    • soul! Look for evidence of this and you will not need to look far.
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    • other facts are found to be too far-reaching for comprehension within
    • society, if he is to add to the welfare of the community by
    • indeed, in social intercourse generally, in so far as the buying and
    • being. The economic body itself, as far as the production of values
    • which he can work for the human community and its welfare, as well as
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    • State, especially in economic life. Independent thought, far from
    • absolutely foreign to its nature. But by far the greater number of
    • far people have fallen away from right thinking! For this reason they
    • is really honestly intended for the general welfare of all humanity,
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    • economic life has developed far beyond all the conceptions which have
    • of study is very, very far removed from this manner of considering
    • adult, can never be sufficient qualification for a good farmer or a
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    • does it express? How far is external nature or human life reflected
    • their greatness in the creation of something from within that is far
    • naturalistic school, so far removed from actual life. This on the one
    • men do not get far enough away from cuter reality to judge it
    • can by this means get away far enough from the reality to judge it,
    • asked: Is it not possible through intellectualism to get so far away
    • abstract ideas, even of modern science, we are so far removed from
    • laws of nature. We must penetrate so far that our own inmost being
    • inner development must carry us so far that we can stand firm in the
    • is far removed from actual life or from a real knowledge of things.
    • far is it removed from the understanding of that union of a
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    • this abstract spiritual life is not reckoned as a real force. How far
    • in the best way far the common good. On this kind of transference the
    • so far as it consists in a transaction between individuals or groups,
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    • into being. It seems to me far more important to indicate the way in
    • as far as the outer life is concerned, deeds which are absolutely
    • we have a world-economy. It is true that so far this world-economy is
    • then, can a world-economy be carried on? Only in so far as political
    • we can calculate how far the claims of the various elements, Greeks,
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    • After all, we need not go very far back in history to see how much
    • into an industrial country, far more rapidly than any other region of
    • nineteenth century took place far more consciously than in England. In
    • Germany people were far more aware of how they entered into modern
    • had been consolidated far earlier than the Mid-European, the English
    • contrasts. But we might also go still farther back and include the
    • orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, violet. So far (from the red to
    • economy of the animal kingdom — does not reach far up into the
    • impoverished. And this is happening to-day, far more perhaps than
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    • flattest — instance: but of course there are far more complex
    • by human Labour and only in so far as Nature is transformed by human
    • far-fetched cases, you can imagine some-thing that would otherwise not
    • to be produced under far easier conditions, it may happen that an
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    • and thermometer to ascertain the state of air and warmth. So far,
    • us too far afield to describe all this in detail, but it is an
    • far the greater portion — to making clothes for other people.
    • The summons to altruism has, in fact, come far more quickly through
    • indication. But we may truly say: Human thought on Ethics was far from
    • the farmers would have very different prices, and vice versa;
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    • you see less and less of it. And we may go still farther. Suppose the
    • we follow the economic process still farther, nothing whatever is left
    • indifferent to the single factors in the economic life, in so far as
    • the community giving him the necessary money. (So far as he is
    • outside, you would have to go far up above the Earth in a balloon. The
    • far above boiling-point. But the economic process is different; we
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    • been witnessing hitherto will change. So far, we have been observing a
    • has more freedom of movement. He can play his part far more
    • do so by working upon it. In so far as it is mere Nature, the land can
    • This again I can make clear to you by a picture. Consider a farmer
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    • work it out economically. I mean the question: How far (if at all)
    • pure consumers so far as the past is concerned. But what of the free
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    • buys from him. In actual fact, down to the last farthing, the
    • price which farm-products really ought to have in terms of other
    • living with farmers, the foresters and huntsmen will come off better
    • than the farmers. Farmers, among forest people, have to pay higher
    • thing at his disposal and determines prices. Farming requires some
    • handicraftsmen are living among farmers, the prices once again will
    • tend to rise above their true level on the farmer's side; while on the
    • handicraft. Life is dearer for handicraftsmen among farmers; life is
    • comparatively cheaper for farmers among handicraftsmen (assuming there
    • among farmers will find life comparatively dearer. Thus, the sequence
    • their true level is as follows: First, forestry, then farming, then
    • farm products than for other things. This tendency obtains where there
    • the case of farming.
    • were at all possible for the farmer not to provide for himself,
    • the farmer must in every case keep back, from the totality of
    • from another farmer, in reality he is still keeping it back. The
    • farmer is essentially a man who provides for himself. Hence he is
    • Capital must inevitably go down. We said just now that in farming one
    • that the rise in the value of farm-products is brought about. At the
    • things that happen in the economic world depend far more on the
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    • economic process (in so far as it consists in trade or barter) cannot
    • At any rate, you see how far more complicated our thoughts on the
    • element in right, which, in so far as it is present, is quite
    • different position — he knows the circumstances far better, he
    • far as they arise out of sentiments and feelings. Sentiments and
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    • farmers or estate owners speaking of their work, one often hears them
    • plus a certain profit. On the contrary, they fall far short. And if,
    • in balancing his accounts, a farmer were merely to include the actual
    • Rye yields not only grain but also straw; and farmers who sell the
    • it on their own farms; they use it for their cattle and strike a
    • manure a farmer can have. Thus from the standpoint of his accounts he
    • thing within the economic process. We must sometimes go far afield to
    • concepts coinciding with reality. They will not get far enough. They
    • Trade Capital to the general economic welfare. Yet it is
    • far too common a practice to use a certain word whenever one fails to
    • recently, I have far too often heard this word, the
    • trade, and it evolved far more slowly than in Germany, where it shot
    • obliged, on the one hand, to look around as far as possible for the
    • markets, we must undoubtedly admit that a far greater part is played
    • They are drawn in far more than they imagine. Precisely during the
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    • each one of them must make a profit. For practical Economics it is far
    • principle of mutuality to a far greater extent than is the case when
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    • went on far longer than was theoretically possible. Obviously,
    • gigantic farm — was the so-called kingdom of the Merovingians. It
    • certainly no State. It was in fact no more that an immense farming
    • when all factors in human life (in so far as they are affected
    • asunder as far as possible even in the economic life, and at the same
    • nourishment, do in effect — so far as food is concerned —
    • eaters. This number A will include all the farm-workers, all the
    • them. Thus the increased yield of farm-Labour is in a certain sense
    • producers so far as food is concerned. Above all, when we come to the
    • spiritual workers, we have consumers and not producers, so far as
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    • market, or in the circulation of goods, is really of far less economic
    • sovereigns were as big as tables it would be far more difficult to
    • far more important to write on the note whether the man is a genius or
    • value — a value far greater than that of old money. This economic
    • domains arise, so far as money is concerned: — the domain of
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    • still closed; we must study the aggregate welfare of those areas in
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    • conditions determining price-levels are the following, so far as the
    • other possibility. The farmer works upon Nature directly. One who
    • will find the price of one thing far above and the price of another
    • far below that level. Still, if you like to suppose a Utopia
    • unsound; they have become so far remote from Nature — the
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    • farther, but for the moment we need go no more than three or four
    • far-off time when the spiritual teachers of man could still turn
    • terms of space we are far apart.
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    • we call history nowadays is in the last resort far too external.
    • speaking, it is far easier to describe the Universe in its spiritual
    • far more difficult to gain access to the dead than to achieve
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • thereupon we see another task before us. Far in the distance like a
    • at birth; it can be farther back in time). We do not fashion then the
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    • on Earth through man, by far the greater part is accomplished during
    • verily believe, my dear friends, you might have traveled far and wide
    • farther and farther out into the wide universe. But man has also in
    • that in those far-off days men were able to look into the life they
    • in the far-off beginnings when the Earth was being formed within the
    • this is how you will, find the questions put and answered — insofar
    • descriptions that are given us in scientific books. As we go farther
    • unconsciously, for the most part, as far as the human beings
    • friends, that we may in future remain together, however far we are in
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    • where there are not even the stars that we see shining far away in
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    • these the human kingdom, in so far as man's physical being is
    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • animal nature, in so far as he does not allow himself to be perverted
    • blind to it. In our day we have advanced far in our knowledge of
    • warfare, fighting for the possession of man.
    • respect of cleverness, far outstrip man, and whose concern it is
    • mutual conflict. But, as a matter of fact, by far the greater number
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    • forces extends far and wide, and on the Earth they are made manifest
    • in the cavity of your skull; a little farther down there is the lung,
    • then go with you; He will escort you to the Saturn sphere and farther
    • this temple of the Gods, the human body. This is by far the greater
    • in a far higher degree out there than you are able to do while here
    • physical body which we were preparing falls ever farther from us and
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    • farther, but for the moment we need go no more than three or four
    • far-off time when the spiritual teachers of man could still turn
    • terms of space we are far apart.
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    • we call history nowadays is in the last resort far too external.
    • speaking, it is far easier to describe the Universe in its spiritual
    • far more difficult to gain access to the dead than to achieve
    • one. Moreover it is this that guides us — far away back you
    • thereupon we see another task before us. Far in the distance like a
    • at birth; it can be farther back in time). We do not fashion then the
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    • on Earth through man, by far the greater part is accomplished during
    • verily believe, my dear friends, you might have traveled far and wide
    • farther and farther out into the wide universe. But man has also in
    • that in those far-off days men were able to look into the life they
    • in the far-off beginnings when the Earth was being formed within the
    • this is how you will, find the questions put and answered — insofar
    • descriptions that are given us in scientific books. As we go farther
    • unconsciously, for the most part, as far as the human beings
    • friends, that we may in future remain together, however far we are in
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    • where there are not even the stars that we see shining far away in
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    • these the human kingdom, in so far as man's physical being is
    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • animal nature, in so far as he does not allow himself to be perverted
    • blind to it. In our day we have advanced far in our knowledge of
    • warfare, fighting for the possession of man.
    • respect of cleverness, far outstrip man, and whose concern it is
    • mutual conflict. But, as a matter of fact, by far the greater number
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    • forces extends far and wide, and on the Earth they are made manifest
    • in the cavity of your skull; a little farther down there is the lung,
    • then go with you; He will escort you to the Saturn sphere and farther
    • this temple of the Gods, the human body. This is by far the greater
    • in a far higher degree out there than you are able to do while here
    • physical body which we were preparing falls ever farther from us and
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    • does not, indeed, reach very far back — one can fall quite
    • toward Him Who no longer descends as far as into a physical body but
    • Looking far back into human evolution, we see that there
    • Golgotha, of what was to bear far-reaching fruit in the spiritual
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    • appear almost incredible to modern man because they were far too
    • We must go back as far as the Atlantean time if we wish
    • Indeed, one may find that almost every period as far
    • into a spiritual world. The kingdoms of heaven had to descend as far
    • that through an esoteric training man may ascend, even today, far
    • be able to ascend as far as the vision of the etheric body. He
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    • and up to a certain moment in earthly evolution and, in so far as
    • You can readily understand that, in so far as his limbs
    • be at point C as far as the human head and limbs are concerned. What
    • becomes a Jupiter, and it has therefore fallen into torpor in so far
    • at this stage and, as far as present conditions allow, expresses
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    • established in detail through spiritual research. One can go far
    • times, however, consciousness did not reach as far as this unified
    • materialistic consciousness goes so far as to declare that spiritual
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    • has thus missed its strength by going too far, thereby causing its
    • masculine has gone too far in its development. There is no middle
    • masculine because it went too far beyond the middle position of
    • far in its evolution, and such bodies as have remained at an earlier
    • about our usual tasks — so it is also in the far reaches of
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    • level than the will to do something good or evil. In so far as our
    • often extends as far as the region of the heart. Two streams can
    • welfare and the freedom of human beings. Whatever can be gained in
    • increasingly clear to man. Man will transform the earth in so far as
    • are pictures of the spiritual world we nevertheless fall far short of
    • harmony of the spheres is thrust down farther still, into the
    • conceive as being far, far stronger than the most violent electrical
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    • this question would lead at this moment too far afield. It should be
    • that they had gone as far with humanity as they had intended. It was
    • a testing to see how far they were with humanity. In these seances
    • realm of the lodges. That is far removed from their purposes; they
    • humanity in its naiveté into consideration, but as far as they
    • in Zurich. In Zurich, as you may know, I have gone at times as far as
    • much goes on within man! For man, a large portion, by far the largest
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    • schematically represented, is some experience (as far as I am
    • Through this was prepared far in advance what took place
    • Europe. This was prepared far in advance. The countrymen of the later
    • In this fifth post-Atlantean period, humanity has not come far enough
    • Let us take a fact, however, that is seemingly far
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    • him so wonderfully far,” he can no longer find what can help
    • of the pauses that were to be exploited so that, instead of far fewer
    • the illusion will gradually dissolve, in so far as it must be
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    • differentiation, finally to human nature, in so far as man is a
    • cultivates as a gardener or farmer. In these two realms he can at
    • experience between death and a new birth, we do not live all so far
    • their earthly lives. In yesterday's public lecture I even went so far
    • interpret this Christ impulse, because they are far from
    • science will never of itself come so far during earthly evolution
    • gradually, in so far as it deals with what goes on around us between
    • composed of just such things, in so far as our lives are a matter of
    • the dead, in so far as the dead are active in the earthly sphere. (I
    • slept through in so far as destiny is concerned — will take
    • come, lasting peace, in so far as it is at all possible on earth.
    • must, of course, but as far as I am concerned there is no
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    • there one was far removed from the affairs of Earth — at all
    • it were far away from the Earth, became wholly given up to Nature and
    • crest of a wave; the far spaces of the worlds, broken here and there
    • farthest end of space — this whole scene showing so little
    • transplanted, as it were, far away from the earthly into the heights
    • down as far as the strata of the mines. There the pupil was with the
    • raised high above the Earth, but in the depths, far down below the
    • the Earth, far removed from the earthly life of man.
    • of Nature deep below the Earth, in clefts that are far down below the
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    • intuitive feeling. He did however get so far as to follow the inner
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    • them; ordinary consciousness could not reach so far. It can readily
    • too far to speak of these here; we will do so another time. But the
    • spiritual science. But they are warm words of the heart, far-reaching
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    • really in his nature be a far more comprehensive being —
    • who seriously occupies himself with these great and far-reaching
    • concepts. Abstract concepts came later, and they are very far from
    • frequently practised them were far from having any clear notion at
    • Much that has come from these times and that is far too little
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    • their legs far apart, and their arms stretched out above. Then by
    • and even farther. As a matter of fact very many things that were not
    • are far apart. Man holds them apart, Form and Substance; in the
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    • thus reflected goes as far as the Saturn-sphere. And now it is Saturn
    • far as possible, when fixing things in ordinary writing, one should
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    • far found these impulses written as it were in brazen letters in a
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    • thus reflected goes as far as the Saturn-sphere, which presses once
    • far as possible, when fixing things in ordinary writing, one should
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    • which has the spirit at its source. Far more important than other
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    • sources will find that they lie in far more profound depths of the
    • in the art of the fairy tale. It is far, far removed from what is
    • has progressed as far as experiencing a world of spiritual beings and
    • tragic drama. But far more difficult are the quite common human
    • complete change. When we look far, far back into the past of
    • daughter sends messengers far and wide. She must find every name
    • something in you, another entity, who is far more clever than you,
    • there is something within you that is far, far greater than the part
    • of his window. When he caught sight of the wayfarer and his
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    • consciousness soul is able to do is far removed from those strong
    • ordinary intelligence, he might wander far into the world and find
    • the king's son as far as a hill from which he could see the White
    • said she, “but service with me is very hard; so far no one has
    • The fox went to the farmyard and made a disturbance, and as the old
    • events. In far remote times everyone had astral experiences. They
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    • far removed from the modern man — the Hebrew or Jewish system of
    • religion. In such religious systems of antiquity — in so far as
    • thirtieth year a far-reaching metamorphosis took place in him. I will
    • far penetrated his physical body with the soul and spirit that he
    • methods is vague and void, save in so far as it be related to
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    • absolved, so far as his soul-and-spirit is concerned, all that must be
    • out into the far planetary spaces, he had really been able to observe
    • all that could be revealed to him in the far spaces of the planetary
    • further. They stream outward into the far spaces of the Cosmos.
    • things went so far that the Autumn Mysteries of resurrection were
    • Tomorrow, as far as possible, I shall try to deepen these things still
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    • in the far cosmic ether.”
    • the far-spread ether of the world. And there was a feeling deeply akin
    • they saw how this fire had carried forth into the far ether of the
    • is indeed a concern of the far and wide ether wherein there dwells the
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    • far as my knowledge of it goes, it seems to me to represent a
    • too far above the upper lip. The only thing that is different is the
    • far above the upper lip in a figure of one of the chief Tibetan gods
    • lead us too far afield — the Red Tassels are bent upon ensuring
    • made the nostrils and upper lip of the god about a millimeter too far
    • small feet customary in the Far East — in other respects, too,
    • coming of the modern age it behoves men to ask weighty, far-reaching
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    • and went to work with arts which far transcended all earthly
    • required for this was even more penetrating and comprehensive, far,
    • far surpassing all the theories of evolution, the physics, chemistry
    • too far along the path to freedom, who were responsible for the fall
    • world, it will be far, far from our minds to investigate these
    • so far as it is life-nourishment for human souls to whom it is
    • century, Petrarch read Virgil with far greater credence. He turned
    • The knowledge that has wrestled through to belief is far superior to
    • through to belief is far superior to naive simplicity; be it never so
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    • our attention to epochs of human evolution lying in the far distant
    • physical body was already far more consolidated than that of man and
    • In so far as Homer
    • or again, the Spirit who inspired Socrates or Plato, in so far as
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    • stage? It is quite unnecessary. The street is a far better place to
    • as to how a soul fares after death: how it can find its way back into
    • to living amid earthly plant-condensed light — pass out into far
    • architectural forms. Insofar as these forms were artistic and not merely
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    • forms of architecture insofar as they are artistic. Thus, if we would
    • ingenious hero who wandered afar,” meaning Odysseus. Never would it
    • form, is this: man experiences what lives and weaves in the far reaches
    • Vortraege Rudolf Steiner's ueber das Wesen der Farbe,
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    • to express what appears in star-constellations and star-movements; far
    • of the human soul, and upon which man felt that his welfare, his bliss,
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    • we dealt with it insofar as it reveals the spiritual-essential through
    • earth life insofar as this is permeated by the spirit; that they guided
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    • point, into art because, far from thought-killing, it inspires us; permits
    • far we have remained outside man, considering his surface: his healthy
    • human organism is of far greater sublimity. And when it is metamorphosed
    • life. Conversely religion, far from denying science or art, must strive
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    • In the science of the body we are very far advanced. No physiologist
    • All talk of heredity will not lead you far unless you realise how
    • he takes in it is very far removed from any earthly quality, very far
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    • laid down for the guidance of teachers, but it is of far greater
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    • special attention to it or to any one child; this is far more
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    • you must have the courage to be very far from perfect to begin
    • then takes his class up the school as far as he can, for it is good
    • only so far.” Thus you will gradually get the child to complete
    • gone sufficiently far with that subject we pass on to another. So
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    • by means of external things which he can see, and keep him as far
    • break up the whole into its parts, which is actually far more in
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    • lessons in music right from the very beginning, and at first, as far
    • little songs as a whole, and to play a little too as far as that is
    • school; as I say, as far as circumstances allow, each child should
    • the Antipodes the sky must be below! But the truth is far richer than
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    • up with life as far as possible, not simply start, for instance, with
    • If I have to walk far, which is an exertion for my limb organism, I
    • called “ingenious” toys, but as far as possible with
    • our aim as far as possible to give the children some knowledge of the
    • reproached because he had not got so far in Arithmetic as was
    • life as far as possible.
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    • the concrete as far as ever possible, by connecting everything
    • to the abstract, as far as possible, until the time between the ninth
    • meant 30 nuts. The farmers' only concern was to gather the nuts
    • subjects should as far as possible be postponed until after the
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    • next few days, for this subject is far too important to be relegated
    • I want to emphasise that in referring to cosmic forces, far greater
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    • so far, have been those of Dr. Karl Schmidt, an Austrian medical man,
    • causes coughing, and the actual cough itself. In so far as they belong
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    • repetitions, so I shall group the answers together, as far as
    • And thus the question arises: How far does the whole intricate web of
    • first is not the immediately neighboring, but one lying far removed.
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    • not go so far as to say by all. You would then find the number of your
    • certainly feel far less pleasure in the existence of the intestinal
    • is far from being the case in birds, even in carrion birds, whose
    • destroy it. In so far as we are human beings we have gone further than
    • ourselves, may be compared to the relatively far from disagreeable
    • man's nervous and senses system. This aspect of our nature is far more
    • manifested in the physical world through man, so far as they are
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    • you will perceive their general trend, in so far as the individual
    • from Nature herself, although fanatics have often gone too far and
    • manifested that man has liberated from his own being, in so far as it
    • by these two groups, as of far more significance than — if I may say
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    • in the flower become different from those in the root; they become far
    • chemistry. From these facts it is not a farfetched conclusion that the
    • nature, in so far as our present subject is concerned? All that is
    • the earth as far away as possible from its own, and do not mingle with
    • animals, and further to that of mankind, lie scattered farther and
    • farther and wider in the universe than do those that shaped minerals
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    • get very far in medicine without intuition.) Let us Suppose that
    • organic and internal process than smell. Smelling is far more a
    • in so far as they focus in the digestive process, unless you visualise
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    • organs which open to the meteorological sphere are those farthest from
    • processes in this realm becomes far more difficult. The rational path
    • which extend their work to certain occurrences (which receive far too
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    • comparatively slightly modified in their passage as far down as the
    • the blood and have their farthest stage of transformation in the human
    • those made by man; for Nature is far richer in its purposes than we
    • eat raw foodstuffs is far more of a remedial process than to eat
    • So far as I know this particular human duality has not been alluded to
    • certainly get clear how far there must be infection (approximately at
    • one finds out how far a man is tending to admit or to reject the
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    • we reached a domain very far distant from our starting
    • we proceed farther? The results do not simply vanish into nothingness;
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    • which I have referred is that most people would reason thus: “So far,
    • receive far too little attention in their effects within the human
    • formed thus: It is shaped, as far as its circumference and its cement
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    • it is far more significant that the mistletoe as it grows on trees is
    • continuous, we have symptoms of far greater importance than if the
    • proceed to discuss external influences affecting man, so far as is
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    • difference is still far too little regarded and men persist in
    • which, finally, when they are allowed to go too far lead to the
    • Educate yourselves, train yourselves in the study of man so far as to
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    • farthest of all from the earth, to those forces which affect man from
    • in our ego come to us from very far away. And so we must try to learn
    • blood-formation and respiration. And in those regions man as far as
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    • far.
    • their astral body far less closely bound to the physical, than in the
    • circumstance of special interest. And in fact the farther we go from
    • influences respiration; if we go farther down, the organs of the
    • throat are influenced. It is a reversed process; the farther we
    • can find our way far better in the light of primary phenomena than by
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    • measures even if they seem to be far-fetched.
    • So you see how greatly dental treatment — in so far as dental
    • degeneration. To go too far in yielding to the antipathies of the
    • sinks into repose so far as the external world is concerned, while his
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    • is far too little realised that the lower sphere can, as it were, seize or
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    • judgment. To use individual judgment is far better than to keep to
    • far clearer proofs than all the recent experiments by Weismann, etc.,
    • to dilute it so far as to make it absorbed by the upper bodily sphere
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    • have gone far enough on their appointed path to extend their operation
    • gone too far, and the teeth are decaying. In such cases, it is only
    • physiological realm, the pendulum swings too far on the other side and
    • something which would be far better placed, if it could be removed
    • very far in the allotted space and time; no farther, in fact, than
    • and argument. And indeed, whereever the far-reaching ravages of
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    • heal, in so far as this is possible. There are several of these
    • able to discover in all such cases how far the will is a factor. One
    • descended again to Earth, they would come down with far less
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    • individual in its application, it has to be general. So far as
    • elderly farmer attended the course, who is also an old member of the
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    • particular measures to be adopted. What is of far greater importance
    • slips in so far that it makes the physical body light. Through the
    • So far we have been
    • far that organs framed by such thoughts are liable to be distorted in
    • ordinary, conventional standards, have no judgement as to how far
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    • while he drives the astral organisation farther in, the etheric still
    • farther in and the physical organisation farthest in of all.
    • outwards (purple); then, farther out, the etheric organisation
    • (yellow), and still farther out, the physical organisation (white).
    • (purple); farther in, the ether organisation (yellow); and finally —
    • astral body vibrating in an inward direction; farther in, it all
    • again and again, and as far as possible in rhythmic sequence. A great
    • deal can be done in this direction, and often in a far simpler way
    • subjects later on for the Psycho-Analyst, it would be far better if
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    • a year and a half had passed, the boy had progressed so far as to be
    • unable to do this. Then, in so far as we are concerned merely with
    • see how far he has advanced in this respect. (To the boy) Do you
    • system, in so far as it is the foundation for the astral body and I
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    • is now six and three-quarters — not far off seven years old. As
    • thought-and-feeling activity of the soul, in so far as it makes use
    • so far as to push back the astral organisation; the point had not
    • by any other means. Indeed, it is quite possible you may fare like
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    • infantilism goes so far as it does in the child before us; for we
    • the human forces of the mother's womb, in so far as these do receive
    • upon the close association of the embryo period; as far as her
    • built up, so far as substance is concerned, from food, but from the
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    • excitability. Man has developed as far as the ego, but beings of
    • question has not evolved his astral body far enough to enable him to
    • far enough into the physical world for him to be able to appreciate
    • find his way far enough into the physical world for him to be able to
    • place, the child is however even then not far enough out yet on the
    • of such a trait in future years. Far more important for the doctor as
    • for granted — far more important for him is that he should
    • he should go so far as to click his tongue at the same time, then
    • has indeed in this instance been very difficult so far. For what do
    • as far as possible, darkness. It is important however to find a way
    • restless and excited; I don't think the environment here has so far
    • weariness, the slight signs of depression, will, if we push too far
    • man reaches only as far as the ego organisation, and so we have no
    • reach as yet only as far as the ego organisation; but not all the
    • beings with whom we humans have to do, come only as far as the ego
    • a visible speech and language to arise. We are really very far from
    • is a habit that is all too common among people today — I am far
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    • severer test; on the other hand, the child is helped far more in his
    • see what can be got rid of this way. And then you can go farther with
    • One notices at once that the astral organisation is far too weak to
    • Phenomena such as these have far-back antecedents; obviously they
    • have these intuitions, far more than is supposed, but they
    • time need to develop. They are far too apt to revel in abstractions;
    • discover how far you are able to go in this direction. Do not expect
    • the inner intuition that can perceive in how far the upper and lower
    • There you have an esotericism that is far more genuine, far more
    • sense-perceptions, and proved to us that he cannot see far into the
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    • not before. As far as astral body and ego are concerned, everything
    • is then the result of our investigations so far. The problem must of
    • fact, the first step in this direction dates much farther back. But
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    • far as to produce from itself organs that would normally be situated
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    • far as the ordinary state of consciousness?
    • know it through our memory, which reaches back as far as a
    • and finally when we have gone far enough it cannot be accounted
    • they contain mineral matter. Chemistry to-day has gone very far
    • can attain value for life only in so far as that side by side
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    • bearer of feeling only in so far as we become aware of our
    • remains far more at the periphery, is concentrated far more on
    • differently and therefore lives, in a far higher sense than the
    • lungs, liver or kidneys, it is far less strong, it is
    • endeavour to consolidate still further (in so far as that
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    • far as Anthroposophy works into practical life, it will lead
    • — a substance which is far less delicately organised but
    • it is connected much more with nutrition. We have a far more
    • foundations of modern medical science in so far as these
    • body and etheric body are of far greater importance than the
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
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    • continuation of that which has brought him as far as the
    • memory, which reaches back as far as a certain point in our
    • when we have gone far enough it cannot be accounted as light
    • matter. Chemistry to-day has gone very far in its knowledge of
    • Knowledge can attain value for life only in so far as that side
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    • remains far more at the periphery, is concentrated far more on
    • differently and therefore lives, in a far higher sense than the
    • far less strong, it is ‘thinner;’ while in the
    • (in so far as that can be done here in a popular manner), what
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    • details as will at the same time show that in so far as
    • substance which is far less delicately organised but which is
    • connected much more with nutrition. We have a far more mobile
    • science in so far as these foundations are justified. But
    • far greater importance than the Ego and astral organisations,
    • object as far as possible into a state of complete rest so that
    • studied should be as far as possible in a state of movement;
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    • How this is so, can only be understood when one has carried one's power of spiritual perception far enough to observe the fourth principle of man's organisation — the “I am I” — or the Ego.
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    • How this is so, can only be understood when one has carried one's power of spiritual perception far enough to observe the fourth principle of man's organisation — the “I am I” — or the Ego.
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    • Right.’ Those were the statesmen, who could get as far as
    • get as far as anything concrete, as really laying hold of
    • infinitely far this age — so rich in life's routine, is
    • insofar as they proposed to bring about ideal conditions
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    • back to far-distant periods of human evolution, all these
    • proclaimed — those Vedas that are far too difficult, if
    • invisible and lives far away from the earth on the sun. But,
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    • by normal human beings only in the far-distant future. But
    • be, however far they may tower above normal human beings, yet
    • then trace it farther back and find it again in another
    • for this reason that far too little attention is given to
    • documents of the physical plane because they were too far
    • has made its way as far as the ego. Now it must take into
    • the matter in this way, a perspective of the far-distant
    • will offer humanity far greater things, and the Christian
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    • After Aristotle, things went so far as to make people forget
    • monastic seclusion far away from the noise of the world.
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    • other seafarers, which would have been impossible without
    • establish far-reaching ideals, it is worth the effort because
    • where the seeds for the requirements of a far-distant future
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    • evolution extends into the far-distant future. And thus, two
    • ignited, everything from the farthest past to the remotest
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    • far as other less ambitious truths are concerned, such as the
    • also far ahead of anything traditional science has to offer
    • that one accepts its teaching as satisfying and far-
    • be drawn to these events, far away from the worries of the
    • individualities who in their knowledge were far ahead of
    • take this step back into the far-distant past. Inside of
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    • too far afield to speak about this in detail. Suffice it to
    • from afar, who are filled with longing for these words. I
    • die with him. Far away from the place where Galileo had
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    • we have farmers' calendars which tell the farmer that on such and such
    • farmers must undertake this or that work, or the bulls be introduced
    • at a time not so very far removed from the present. With his
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    • reflected from flowers and stars. Farmers know this better than the
    • describe such things in strictly logical words — man, as far as
    • for close on a thousand years, and men had gone far into that darkness
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    • how far their interpretation, based on present-day abstract thought,
    • as far as actual physical illness, are really the herald of a form of
    • the normal and is in reality far more practical than the theoretical
    • foundations have so far emerged. The way in which the blood circulates
    • house-numbers of Europe. The analogy is a little far-fetched but if
    • far as they were able to wait — to see what Schelling's great
    • present day is so far removed from the sort of thinking proper to
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    • extends far beyond this Earth-existence, and is much more sublime.
    • worked in a far-reaching sense as Nature-forces in man; and what man
    • religious requirements, so far as one can speak of religious
    • inner qualities of the Sun element so far as he needed the wisdom that
    • directly, and it worked far more intensely than a sense-impression
    • does on us today, for it was related to far deeper forces. As the
    • We must conceive this knowledge in a far more living way, as far more
    • not those narrow bounds that are set to man today. They were far
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    • who more or less believe that the dead, as far as we are concerned,
    • is the way to read to the dead. This can be carried so far, although
    • reading is not only helpful to Anthroposophists — far from it! A
    • it does not now wish the investigation carried farther.”
    • glimpses? It may very likely be supposed that it is far easier to
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    • far as the spiritual world affects these facts, and particularly into
    • lecture: If a man gets so far as to develop that activity of the
    • does not so far penetrate as to compel one to take part in it with
    • these are too little observed. If we can get so far as to remember how
    • through meditation, which must, however, be carried so far as to merge
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    • beginning of spring. Thus far everything is spatial, but we depart
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    • And this cosmic course, as far as our earthly life is concerned, meets
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    • well how far removed from any such idea is our materialistic time,
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    • spring far more than is the case today. Again, they felt the shedding
    • race. And the farther back we go into ancient cultures, the less do we
    • music and poetry have come to be since then is far removed from the
    • took on certain shapes. Indeed people went so far as to keep their
    • to perceive as far as the skin itself (red in drawing); he did
    • Today man has come so far that he does notice his outline, his bodily
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    • Echoes of these festivals have persisted everywhere, so far as they
    • spirit. When he looks through a telescope into the far spaces of the
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    • Imagination is far more inwardly mobile and flexible than our physical
    • is far less prone to diffusion or expansion. The ether-body, instead
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    • comes only as far as the plane which can be drawn through the spinal
    • column, and Lucifer as far as the plane which can be drawn through the
    • only as far as the diaphragm with his missiles of will, he can come no
    • proper “Gugelhopf” shape. As far as the mould is concerned, all that
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    • in so far as he is not physical human being. I refer to the activities
    • our etheric body. We cannot get on in our life of soul, in so far as
    • conflict. In so far as Ahriman lives in our etheric body we dive down
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    • plastic qualities; you must bring it so far that at the same time
    • insofar as it is ethical – and of ethics insofar as it is
    • Dass es in Farben scheine,
    • rooted far within stand firm
    • came to him from Greek art, insofar as he was able to observe it in
    • man who, friendless, far from his
    • parents, far from his brethren, dwells in his loneliness; him grief
    • her welfare; and if ruin seizes on her house, she is led forth, out
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    • Farewell to the
    • , farewell to the
    • Farewell to the mountains high
    • Farewell to the straths and green
    • Farewell to the forests and
    • Farewell to the torrents and
    • dein' Farbe blass und bleich?’ –
    • farewell,
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    • existence, are here turned inward – in poetry they are so far
    • still makes itself felt. We have not yet proceeded as far as the
    • When this process is carried to its farthest limit,
    • far too
    • Farben entschleiern!
    • other hand, our perception of man is so far evolved that in those
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    • found in the images of a far-ranging epos. I can only touch
    • while far below
    • Winter comes, can Spring be far behind?
    • far-reaching way meets us again in an intimate mood when the
    • auch sein Herz mit grünen Farben und kühlem, stillem
    • silence. How far had he walked? What hour was it?
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    • from far
    • the concluding strophes. In as far as there is not such a necessity
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    • dramatic poetry in that, as far as speech-formation is concerned,
    • one seems to be withdrawing far
    • initiation are complex. Everything so far experienced in light or
    • of earth far distant
    • shall subdue far distances of earth
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    • only as far as the syllable, not as far as the word. Thus we can
    • Farben
    • Die farberregende,
    • Die farberglitzernde,
    • from far expanses
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    • shouting far and wide;
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    • when our language had advanced far beyond all possibility of
    • only in so far as it is still appropriate to our more advanced
    • The fellowship of devils. Far
    • Was to be his fate; far was the
    • The stranger from far, the stalwart and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • Christ-Event in so far as it is connected with the historical
    • seem to lie very far from the theme itself, but it will all lead us
    • from its deeper sources will thus be concerned to see how far
    • our soul-life, but that we are far from always knowing how our great
    • it does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far as we absorb
    • theosophical traditions, in so far as these are clothed in conceptual
    • human nature strives, in so far as it is healthy, to develop in the
    • cherish and respect the realm of the subconscious, in so far as it
    • have sought to preserve most carefully, as far as human weakness
    • touched — the Will-element. In so far as this Jesuit training
    • Will-element completely, in so far is the concept of the dominion of
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    • Rosicrucianism, but our movement extends over a far wider domain, for
    • stages of Rosicrucian initiation. One could go far, up to the fourth
    • thought-forms had not developed far enough. One could quote various
    • only in farther off things but also in matters of external life.
    • how far we can go through exercises which take their start in this
    • occult training must be so far advanced that we overcome this hatred
    • come so far, if through the strenuousness of our exercises we
    • every man who is sufficiently far advanced and has experienced these
    • feel our own impotent existence so far removed from Divine existence.
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    • you all that the evolution of Christianity so far has been such that
    • different things. As to how far they differ, we must ask clairvoyant
    • Indeed, the similarity goes so far that after the death of this
    • occurs: whereas in other cases the life-thread simply goes farther,
    • far advanced that they say Faith must be guided by knowledge, and a
    • possible. He sees this Faith, in so far as it relates to Christ, as
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • happening in spiritual life, he is not yet far enough advanced to
    • conscious that we can be what we ought to be only in so far as we are
    • or how far, it agrees with the form that can be recovered from the
    • the next few days will be to throw light, as far as is possible in
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    • The answer does not lie very far away for anyone who has begun to
    • back farther than the sixth or seventh century before our era, though
    • the separate parts. So far as they are parts they make the carriage,
    • ancient Hebraism. Ancient Hebraism is far from thinking so poorly of
    • to the Divine. The ancient Hebrew was as far removed on the one side
    • punishes a righteous man.’ But he is aware, as far as his
    • connection what we have so far learnt from Spiritual Science. We know
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    • understanding of Christianity from far a field, so that we may apply
    • We must remember that Christianity, in so far as it has
    • had the disciples been able so far to convince them-selves? It is
    • could say, ‘He is there!’, and this went so far that
    • being. He sees the physical body only in so far as it is permeated by
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    • thought suits so well the concepts of the present day, in so far as
    • penetrated as far as the separate individuality in each man. Why was
    • The other way is far
    • pride. It should not be far from the heart of a true anthroposophist
    • will now give a resume as far as we need one.
    • they penetrate only as far as the etheric body. In order to be clear
    • about this, let us imagine our human nature, in so far as it consists
    • ceases, but the soul-life itself, in so far as it goes on in the
    • record as far as the origin of our earth existence, that in the
    • physical body. But into the human organisation, in so far as it
    • and being of the human Ego — but how far does man know the Ego?
    • Adam the bodies of earth-men are descended, in so far as these men
    • evolution. In so far as man takes into himself the incorruptible body
    • but this over-coming never went as far as a resuscitation of the
    • physical Phantom. No pre-Christian initiations went farther than the
    • of the physical body, except in so far as the inner organism impinges
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    • this question as far as possible, we must recall briefly what we know
    • on, in so far as they belong to the being who is going from
    • to the nineteenth century, in so far as they are Western spiritual
    • in so far as the salt constituents dissolved. In an occult sense one
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    • lectures given so far have led essentially to two questions. One
    • higher views concerning evolution, in so far as they had made the
    • far as it has gone today, can claim no scientific status and
    • were far removed from any acceptance of an objective Christ who
    • spread out far and wide, so that everything produces effects which
    • backward as far as we like, with no end to it in either direction. It
    • transitional period, and in so far as we have grasped the spirit of
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    • what we then incorporate can go only as far as the etheric body.
    • feelings so deeply into our nature that they have penetrated as far
    • attraction is formed between the individual, in so far as he is
    • so far advanced that this ideal can be realised; we are only so far
    • hence, will have advanced so far that he will be a Bringer of the
    • evolution if He had taken a path far, far above the path that men
    • were pursuing. He could have passed by, so to speak, far above the
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    • and potent factor in life itself. To understand this we must look far
    • consciousness soul. The Asuras will generate evil with a far mightier
    • truths; in so far as they are positive truths we acknowledge them all.
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    • question of how far the poetic presentation tallies with the occult
    • have remained far more of an angelic being if Lucifer's influence had
    • in the souls of the European peoples who had remained farthest in the
    • him to the influence of far more deadly powers and the civilizations
    • Ahriman himself is no mirage — far from it! But what is conjured
    • well be entirely guiltless as far as his own karma is concerned; but
    • The cause of such karmic happenings may lie far, far away — but it is
    • catastrophes undergone by humanity in the far distant past. The power
    • difficult of all in occult investigation. It is far easier to know
    • farthest planets, than about the interior of the earth. Most things
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    • things will far rather be that the familiar Christian tradition is
    • already advanced so far that they had reached a stage which will be
    • reached by humanity only in the far distant future. These highly
    • individualities who long, long ago, in the far past, had already
    • are nevertheless far more exalted than he. And the third group are
    • themselves progress so far that a few of them will be able to take
    • As far as this is possible, I will tell you of a mystery that has been
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    • far I have only mentioned one of its limitations, but speaking in the
    • England, far away from the busy life of the winter months. You have
    • from which, as far as possible, art is eliminated. It is really
    • Thus far I
    • so far as man. And according to these same laws — which govern
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    • essence a culture of the soul — of the soul in so far as this
    • the soul-nature in so far as it manifests in the bodily nature. The
    • flowed into the whole of Western civilization, even so far as to
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    • change of teeth. This is an event to which far too little importance
    • the education of children. For unless we realise the far-reaching
    • — this was the great and far-reaching maxim of Greek education.
    • up to death. A far-reaching and deeply significant principle of
    • is very far from understanding it.) It was one of the mighty truths
    • modern times so far as this second period of life is concerned. And
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    • in so far as the organism is physical. Similarly, through Imaginative
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    • importance for the understanding of the human being in so far
    • — in so far as the animal has dreamlike thought and will
    • can become a moral being. The whole character of man, in so far as it
    • course of civilization in so far as it fundamentally affects the
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    • walk’ is but the limited expression for something far, far greater. We
    • moral influences, especially of those of thought. However far-fetched it
    • all the qualities of the human form, in so far at any rate as the
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    • the child to have a healthy body in later life, in so far as his
    • inactive while he sleeps. He is inactive only in so far as the outer,
    • and more especially the welfare of his soul and spirit, sleep is
    • little ‘demons’ so far as human nature is concerned, and
    • alike must develop from the artistic element. Thus especially so far
    • because they hinder the development of the human being. It would be far
    • of far-reaching significance for if this sense of insecurity remains
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    • it is merely a continuation of the metabolism. Yet man, in so far as
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    • So far as our astral body and Ego are concerned, we are — stupid,
    • fact that we are far advanced in our methods of counting compared
    • balls. We have now got far enough in counting to be able to say: Here
    • from the heart. And so we must present it as far as possible in the form
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    • belonging to the far past. On the other hand, we make a special point
    • So far as the
    • it is of such far-reaching importance not to let the first three years
    • In our days men's thinking, so far as realities are concerned, has
    • so far as speech is concerned, to be able not merely to speak
    • instruction given at the Waldorf School in so far as social
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    • variance with his age. As far as we can we avoid this in the Waldorf
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    • for the most part people have the idea that love is far more
    • a fact that has simply not been noticed. If we go very far back
    • were far more gifted than the teacher himself. What would he
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    • to this decade 1790-1800. In 1790 Goethe was so far from completing
    • do it. He only gets as far as a slight sketch. For this drama,
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    • methods of observation customary today, which do not reach far
    • and his environment. I would go as far as to say that the soul
    • imagines, though human intellectualism is far too crude to
    • this show clearly how far our civilisation is from being able
    • and drawing, we guide the child as far as possible into the
    • Before this he has already got so far as to be able to make
    • as far as the blossom, but remain behind at the stage of herbs
    • the fruit is merely rudimentary. How far, for instance, the
    • life. They cannot progress much farther, and what should be
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    • between birth and the change of teeth. In so far as the
    • made by far the deepest impression. That is in no way altered
    • you must as far as possible approach the whole being of the
    • certain farmers, I gave an agricultural course, at the end of
    • which a farmer said: Today everybody knows that our vegetables
    • other than itself, and that other only has existence in so far
    • the plant belongs to the earth, we must, in so far as it is
    • gymnastics. I would not go as far as a famous physiologist did,
    • qualities of the child are far more deeply embedded in the
    • as far as its abstract content is concerned. I am not yet so
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    • deal in a penetrative, far-reaching way with everything on
    • weeks, when the arithmetic period has been taken far enough and
    • what he expects of the pupils. What one is has far more
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    • general way — and, in so far as this is possible in such
    • single teacher. In so far as I may be considered the director
    • relationship, the teacher is concerned with the welfare of the
    • importance in so far as the content is concerned; but the fact
    • the child and perhaps says something to him which as far as
    • either. In so far as its content is concerned we have not said
    • far-reaching questions of life. For the most part, even if
    • things do not go so far as the experience I once had in Weimar,
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    • spiritual vision into the spiritual world, penetrate so far
    • spiritual reality goes as far as this. Only by becoming aware
    • every kind of melancholy, especially if it goes so far in a
    • but springs as far as possible from one idea to the next. This
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    • extent lives in memory, in so far as it always retains and
    • from one another, and in so far as we do this we shall gain a
    • and anatomical form is a musical creation in so far as it stems
    • as to how far we can go, for instance, in handling the class as
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    • concerned about their welfare. She was anxious that
    • far from easy time when I visited the class, for on the one
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • sound and letter-shapes — if we want to go so far back
    • individual later to take an interest in the whole world as far
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture II: On Language - the Oneness of man with the Universe
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    • f by the fish, I was right in so far as I imitated the
    • the inner contact with the children, which is far better than
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    • Colour” (Farbenlehre). What is the basis of the
    • didactic part of Goethe's Farbenlehre?
    • only be done with tact, for we must not depart too far from
    • to the surface. That should never be neglected, for it is far
    • able to get very far, but it should confine itself to the
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    • The influence of this first school-lesson will be far more
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    • you need. For what you look up in this research is of far less
    • that your influence on your pupil is far less living than when
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • far more exactly what the Waldorf School really means than can be
    • quite naturally connect with what we have already so far
    • the heretical declaration that, in as far as this theory is
    • could go very far in educating human observation of the world.
    • child repeat sentences which he is far from understanding
    • of the Farbenlehre
    • of going up with them again in the third year, etc., as far as
    • importance for all education and teaching — far more
    • learnt a great deal, that they have gone far beyond
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    • ourselves in method so far that we have realized the nature of
    • vegetable world to man. The method so far used to familiarize
    • the needs of the trunk, which is much less true of man; as far
    • aware of his Ego, and will later be able to remember as far
    • world. Before the Rubicon of the ninth year the child is far
    • with outer than inner nature, far too little attention is shown
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    • in so far as soul and spirit are less dependent on the ego.
    • and I shall only touch on history, as far as it is more than
    • explanations so far refer to the beginnings of this subject.
    • and things far removed from external life. You should therefore
    • take care to develop physical concepts from life itself. As far
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    • reading should be done, and there should be far more expressing
    • shall find out how far the child who has come to us from some
    • only be followed in so far as the means — in this case
    • pupil learns a thing far better if, in his soul, he can apply
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    • far-fetched as the forms of shorthand to enable him to
    • far side of which humanity still had a quite sound
    • business and similar things. At the most we should go as far as
    • elementary school, to fourteen, we should practise, far more
    • was to find out how far people are liars. This is quite
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    • embraces far more than it does at present. Geography at the
    • as far as the child is able to understand our knowledge
    • life in the country and in the towns. As far as the child can
    • of all we go as far as to show how man, by his labour,
    • this would establish a good contact with life. Far more
    • for life rather than fit him for it. It is far better to
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    • the fact that the relations of man to his surroundings are far
    • way. You will do far more, in fact, to cultivate idealism
    • irreligious lately? Simply because preaching has been far, far
    • educated: “Ah yes, he ought to speak far more than he
    • chitter-chatter at tea-time. Far more attention should be given
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    • have far surpassed them, but in the intermediate stage it might
    • taught far too intellectually. However much people may hold
    • forth against intellectualism, the intellect is considered far
    • already far more pronounced characteristics of old age —
    • And it is far better to flounder in abstractions over it
    • arrange, as far as ever it is in our power, for the singing and
    • experienced far too few of the benefits of will- and
    • up and withered are stimulated afresh as far as they can be
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    • tomboys is simply due to the fact that we go in for far too
    • see what very far-reaching problems of life are involved
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    • far more than the human being at a later stage of life. The child
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    • non sum. That is to say, as far as my knowledge reaches I do
    • and the seed must not evolve too far. Thus it must perish in the
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    • hand and the world of the spirit on the other. In so far as we are
    • which, however, usually show how far one is from a real comprehension
    • bone is far more living than human bone. Thus you can picture one side
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    • as to what it is that exists in embryo for a far distant future of
    • so far as it is educated consciousness, calls this Spirit-Self
    • done it, but consider it far more important to do the same thing
    • daily, he simply would not do it; he would find it far too dull. The
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    • of view of the soul, in so far as this understanding is necessary in
    • absolutely correctly how far a human being is awake you will be
    • far as he thinks of or knows something.
    • through our will as an unconscious element. In so far as we as human
    • waking man, by the man of cognition and thought: in so far as we are
    • in so far as he is a being of will.
    • backward children,” you would be very far from understanding the
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    • and psychology, as far as you have time and leisure to do so.
    • considerably gifted he only got as far as being Honorary Professor,
    • and willing-feeling is present, in so far as this surface of the body
    • very far by simply building on them. But unfortunately this method is
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    • outset, in so far as conclusions appear in ordinary life. Academic
    • completion as far as his body is concerned; and the soul can
    • spirited manner. He said that even as far back as the 1890's, if you
    • far-reaching influence on the whole cultural life of the times.
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    • of body and soul in so far as we separate out our breast from the
    • The breast has its centre very far away. (In the drawing this is only
    • shown.) Thus the breast has its centre far away. Now where is the
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    • soul, as far as his head is concerned; that hence it is necessary
    • The right way is, as far as possible, to awaken the intellect through
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    • Now we spoke yesterday of how far the formation of the head takes part
    • in individual human evolution, how far the shape, the form of the
    • Thus, in so far as the chest-trunk system is concerned, man is able to
    • up to adolescence, but in the plants around him, especially in so far
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    • do bodily work the spirit and soul within us takes part only in so far
    • is how far man's actions have a purpose in them. To be active with a
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    • If in ordinary life we have not so far got this knowledge owing to our
    • And devoted and unprejudiced observation of life itself goes far to
    • instinctively as far as the child is concerned, and instinctively as
    • is driven through his body in a far livelier way than in later life.
    • far more significant for a child between seven and fourteen years to
    • proof. Kindly humour and geniality in a lesson have far more value
    • Inspiration itself. And when we have led the child on its way as far
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    • action, activity, in ourselves far more than mere reaction does.
    • The Yogi was seeking out a far more real happening or process in
    • an activity far more perceptible were not intermingled with the
    • the fact that we have freed thought itself far more, have made it far
    • discoveries of Copernicus, Gallileo, Faraday, Darwin, etc., have been
    • treated in the age of Copernicus, Gallileo, Faraday. We must realise
    • visible far too rarely; astronomers can observe them on the rare
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    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • child is exposed to sense impressions in a far greater degree than is
    • one who in later life will be far more intelligent than we. Now if we,
    • far more intelligent than we are ourselves or ever could be. Now this
    • the child's digestive system to the utmost degree. In so far as we let
    • In the Waldorf School what a teacher is is far more important than any
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    • express himself in writing, and also to read as far as is healthy for
    • There are two things which in logic seem very far removed from one
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    • soul and spirit nature reaches as far as the bone-.system. Before this
    • far less. He still retains something of the baby within him. A baby
    • Now suppose I have another child whose ideas, far from sticking in his
    • as far as possible in silence. Thus you make a bridge between bodily
    • in the Waldorf School the endeavour has been as far as possible to
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    • that there was not much to be done with adults as far as social life
    • there should be complete freedom: but by that time they should be far
    • credit to the Waldorf School in so far as the number of children has
    • languages, as far as we can, — that is English and French —
    • the languages concerned from the very beginning. As far as possible,
    • eurhythmy lessons. This is so that the child may as far as possible
    • been alive to it and have really taken it in. It has reached as far as
    • nose, two eyes etc. — healthy children far prefer to play with
    • children of 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 years old. So far only these older
    • only difference we have found so far, that in the spinning lesson the
    • particular object in the world it will be far livelier than it would
    • right into his limbs. This is a teaching that works far more strongly
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    • child is tending to become pathological, — and this is far more
    • are, and in every kind of school we work for the welfare of man
    • I wished to-day to speak of the art of eurhythmy in so far as it forms
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    • far better to look them squarely in the face as an intrinsic part of
    • who are not intellectual so far are the people over there in Asia and
    • in Russia as far as Moscow (i.e. Asiatic Russia). But west of Moscow
    • as far as America, intellectualism is universal. We are not aware of
    • it, but in so far as we belong to the so-called cultured classes we
    • How far the anthroposophical attitude to things contains something
    • them. I would far rather not have had to give these lectures —
    • in keeping with the spirit of the time, far too much so, for it seems
    • education and teaching in our age, far too rich; people seem, driven
    • far too much to discuss the question: how shall we educate, how shall
    • that, far from pursuing anything preposterous or falsely idealistic it
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    • it down, you must move (the crossing) further back, so far that you
    • as well as you can and as far up as you can. That really hurts. It is
    • standing insofar as it is possible on tiptoe. That should also be
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    • were, to begin with, unnecessary as far as we have been concerned with
    • insofar as he is metabolic and limb organism throughout. One can move
    • superhuman qualities insofar as we learn languages today in such a manner
    • experience words pictorially, has upon it. The results are so far-reaching
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    • to do with that in the process of digestion which lies on the far side
    • indications and one must not go too far. The physician, however, can go
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    • for M. The head should not be turned, in so far as possible, but only
    • to do with the organisation of the organism insofar as that is racially
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    • lying on the far side, of the intestinal wall: the lungs, the kidneys,
    • so, however. They resent my having gone so far in a public lecture as to
    • to the person, what the welfare of the movement may entail; that the
    • welfare of the movement is dependent in each individual instance upon
    • otherwise able to, in the anthroposophical movement, insofar as matters
    • in the appropriate manner for the welfare of humanity. Hopefully we
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    • Used in the proper manner, it will be of far-reaching importance. Today
    • in the will (which it in fact has, insofar as metabolism takes place
    • human functions, insofar as these functions form a totality in the
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    • musically. Indeed one can go so far as to say that painting itself can
    • evolution. Such primeval languages were, however, to a far greater
    • myself have noticed that certain people even go so far as to consider
    • Brentano's philosophy, in itself, was far more beautiful than his own
    • gesture, even going so far as to stand rigidly still with your hands
    • der Glocke” (The Song of the Bell), but, as far as the prose
    • Language is truly poetic only in so far as it is used musically,
    • plastically, or only in so far as it is filled with colour.
    • language are treated. As far as the artistic element of poetry is
    • Anyone who says: “As far as I am concerned, speech and music are
    • the human being only in so far as he reveals himself through the
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    • it is deposited farther in the body and finally we get rid of it; then
    • are who live on farms, simply through the fact that they eat large
    • forces would not be able to carry them farther into the body. So if
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    • cow-barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm itself.
    • There have already been agricultural conferences in which the farmers
    • naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every older person
    • chemist's laboratory but out of a laboratory that is far more
    • scientific — it comes from the far, far more scientific laboratory
    • the farmlands are properly manured.
    • seem a little farfetched, but a person who has a tendency to hay fever
    • find him there eating carrots. And if the garden is far off that
    • Naturally, if a fondness for something threatens to go too far, one
    • much more refined! Today it is far too crude. With those scales, with
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    • painter, for example, goes far beyond the reality of colors in the
    • not penetrate as far as physical consciousness in order to live in
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    • far as the state of “fire,” but it can no longer mix with
    • physical, on the other hand, can ascend only as far as “fire.”
    • Lemurian age, it had progressed only as far as “fire”;
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    • already far removed from the pure singing element and has instead
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    • important to the musician only in so far as it is in the position of
    • life of feeling — in so far as this life of feeling is bound to
    • cause for this is the spiritual element that descended the farthest
    • nine and ten and that should be specifically cultivated. As far as is
    • tone, in so far as tone is sound, though not in so far as tone
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    • not extend this far into thinking and willing; yet, the element of
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    • so far as they were initiated into the mysteries, these personalities
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    • will. These are things which lead still further, so far indeed that
    • far-reaching extent in the shaping of human affairs. All these
    • their rules and laws exclusively from the physical plane well, as far
    • alert to such incidents; without forcing ideas too far but feeling
    • spiritual world. Such things happen at every turn nowadays — far
    • more often than people think. Far more deeds are prompted by spiritual
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    • history deals. History, after all, goes no farther back than the Third
    • changes have taken place so far as the external, physical organism is
    • which is that since that time, clear thinking has assumed a far, far
    • more and more being applied and developed in external life. To a far
    • Dead, well, he is dead, he lies there decaying in the grave. Far from
    • significance of all and, for this reason successes so far as cures are
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    • Christ, spread far and wide in the form of Buddhism. An investigator
    • progressed so far that these faculties could be present in a single
    • — A profound truth is expressed here. It would lead too far for
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    • happening of great and far-reaching importance for the whole of Earth
    • twelfth year — rather earlier than in lands farther to the West. In
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    • from him. Until his tenth or eleventh year he would as far as
    • would tackle his lessons with a far greater activity of soul and have
    • — only on a far, far grander scale — had to happen in the
    • re-peopled. And during the latter part of the Lemurian until far into
    • ‘Body of Transformation’, but only as far as the etheric-astral
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    • as far as his particular mission was concerned.
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    • his nature and that his etheric body towered far above the human
    • a more backward stage than those living farther to the East, had to
    • as ecstatic personalities whose utterances far surpass anything that might
    • again. But the Ego was now farther from the spiritual world and
    • experience all the pain that can be felt when a man must bid farewell
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    • far-reaching conceptions of the facts underlying this Gospel have
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    • having developed the Ego-consciousness of to-day, by far the greater
    • fact that they were clairvoyant in a far higher degree than the men
    • a far more spiritual process than it can be to-day — I say expressly,
    • farther back we go in that civilization-epoch, the more evidence is
    • already descended just so far into the physical world as to enable a
    • organisms far more deeply sunk in physical matter. He Himself would
    • another. Mutual action between one etheric body and another is far
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    • found to contain physiological truths of far greater significance
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • far back as their great-great-grandparents, but much further down the
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • general ethos then ensured that as far as possible only the spectral
    • This process spread far and wide. Books were written in such an
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • far-reaching insights into the spiritual world or from the spiritual
    • had produced so far — which he himself did not think was
    • one. It would not be far from the truth to state that the betrayal
    • made what has been written so far by the various leading authorities
    • ancestral and cultural experiences stretching far back. And today
    • what lies in the far distant past of ones civilization.
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • — and look up the word. Or they might go as far as to study all
    • As far as Blavatsky was concerned, however — and in saying
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • made the theosophical movement so destructive, in so far as it
    • This soon descended into total farce. A congress of the
    • happened, at least as far as I am concerned, to resolve its
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • we ignore the fact that such ideas were sometimes stretched so far
    • spiritual society. To build far-reaching ideals on phrases, setting
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • went so far as to publish what they said about us. But they failed to
    • that has been put into practice so far has not succeeded in making
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    • should not be underestimated. This is true not only insofar as it
    • so far as it still has the capacity to feel, that it is being told
    • As far as those who are not involved with anthroposophy are
    • case so far, then I appeal to you: start tomorrow, start tonight for
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    • sensitively to the forms of animals and plants in so far as we can
    • rather than as a narrow materialist to promote the welfare and
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    • would be far from pleased if only thoughts of chairs were provided in
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    • it is far more important to allow the sublime secrets of this
    • This form of consciousness reaches far out into space; with the
    • upwards far out into the universe. The universe reveals itself solely
    • Cosmos, especially in what is enacted there and radiates far and
    • impression created by his personality was far more real. His life and
    • hand, was what he was doing after his death. This was far more real.
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    • kingdom in so far as they are related to the different levels of
    • standpoint. It is far better for the non-chemist to enter the
    • was far more important for his development than the sufferings he
    • aspect did she appear in those far-off days of her prime? These were
    • much earlier times, when knowledge was far more vitally alive than at
    • those far-off times, the pupil learned from the teacher and the
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    • contribute to a far more closely-knit psychic organism. Through
    • touch with something far more sublime, a purely spiritual realm that
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    • forms. So far as these are concerned, he is asleep. Now picture a man
    • the Mysteries. But it was only in the far distant times of the
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    • evident that I felt the need to give my characterization as far as
    • mysteries of the Cosmos. Their knowledge far transcends the knowledge
    • far transcend the level of distinction, cleverness and insight that
    • “coiffeur,” for example, signify. It is far more
    • things in so far as they exist on Earth have special significance for
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    • intelligence far superior to that of mankind. When we encounter the
    • Their intelligence ranges far beyond that of human kind. And we first
    • pointed out that it gives an impression of far greater reality than
    • belladonna flowers you might have to travel far and climb a
    • situated far apart in the physical world may be in close proximity in
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
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    • Earth incarnation as far back as the Saturn incarnation, whereas all
    • only as far back as to the Moon sphere. Any suggestion that they
    • mediumism or somnambulism is a normal condition in so far as the
    • sphere of art today mankind is so far removed from building the
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    • Therefore, if we have not advanced far enough along the path of
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    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • earlier centuries. They were far more inclined to believe those who
    • not go so far as to say sanctimoniously — in faith and to
    • cycle of lectures be a small contribution to the far-reaching aim
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    • sensitively to the forms of animals and plants in so far as we can
    • rather than as a narrow materialist to promote the welfare and
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    • would be far from pleased if only thoughts of chairs were provided in
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    • it is far more important to allow the sublime secrets of this
    • This form of consciousness reaches far out into space; with the
    • upwards far out into the universe. The universe reveals itself solely
    • Cosmos, especially in what is enacted there and radiates far and
    • impression created by his personality was far more real. His life and
    • hand, was what he was doing after his death. This was far more real.
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    • kingdom in so far as they are related to the different levels of
    • standpoint. It is far better for the non-chemist to enter the
    • was far more important for his development than the sufferings he
    • aspect did she appear in those far-off days of her prime? These were
    • much earlier times, when knowledge was far more vitally alive than at
    • those far-off times, the pupil learned from the teacher and the
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    • contribute to a far more closely-knit psychic organism. Through
    • touch with something far more sublime, a purely spiritual realm that
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    • forms. So far as these are concerned, he is asleep. Now picture a man
    • the Mysteries. But it was only in the far distant times of the
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    • evident that I felt the need to give my characterization as far as
    • mysteries of the Cosmos. Their knowledge far transcends the knowledge
    • far transcend the level of distinction, cleverness and insight that
    • “coiffeur,” for example, signify. It is far more
    • things in so far as they exist on Earth have special significance for
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    • intelligence far superior to that of mankind. When we encounter the
    • Their intelligence ranges far beyond that of human kind. And we first
    • pointed out that it gives an impression of far greater reality than
    • belladonna flowers you might have to travel far and climb a
    • situated far apart in the physical world may be in close proximity in
    • far this plays a significant rôle in the life of man we shall discuss
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    • Earth incarnation as far back as the Saturn incarnation, whereas all
    • only as far back as to the Moon sphere. Any suggestion that they
    • mediumism or somnambulism is a normal condition in so far as the
    • sphere of art today mankind is so far removed from building the
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    • Therefore, if we have not advanced far enough along the path of
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    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • earlier centuries. They were far more inclined to believe those who
    • not go so far as to say sanctimoniously — in faith and to
    • cycle of lectures be a small contribution to the far-reaching aim
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    • far down into the depths of his soul that he reaches the
    • sleep! They would far rather have things conjured up before
    • up to modern times as far as the fifteenth and sixteenth
    • people who are actually engaged in building it will find far
    • far, far more. There are faults to be found in it which
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    • activity, and it has a spatial character only in as far as it
    • being, whose wisdom is far in advance of our own. We could do
    • body and nothing of the ego except in so far as they send
    • of speech. One can foresee for the far distant future that
    • humanity knows nothing about the fact that, so far as the
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    • out to us from them is like light coming to us from the far
    • is expressed in the words: Alas, in so far as man is
    • you will find set forth as far as is necessary
    • world so far is still more or less at the experimental stage,
    • been involved. So far we have made attempts at what will be
    • You can glean from all that has so far been said about
    • far made possible for us through the spiritual-scientific
    • element; but in so far as we are together as students of
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    • Light shining far and wide.
    • And all the paths led far away.
    • And all the paths led far away.
    • spiritual world that all led far away. What a vivid
    • doubt far more differentiated than they are in the feeble
    • world, freedom is for the soul world, and insofar as man
    • It would be far better to put it this way: ‘The human
    • an Olaf Asteson as far as spiritual knowledge was concerned.
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    • will be capable of experiencing colour and sound far more
    • rejection of nature and outer reality. Far from it, for there
    • beings were far less illiterate in the spirit. But this must
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    • way as far as external, natural-scientific knowledge is
    • Education becomes luciferic when we try as far as possible to
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    • something absurd. A person does exactly the same thing as far
    • as far as materialistic science is concerned, this breath a
    • far as they only have a watery existence on earth — the
    • that incarnate as far as a transitory watery existence and
    • with these subconscious impulses; in fact, there are far more
    • ethics from it in so far as certain ethical concepts acquire
    • people and the awful things they do to them. They go as far
    • science. Yet our karma has allowed us to come so far as to
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    • unfortunately do far too seldom, and think of the tremendous
    • the concept of transformation far enough.
    • although these might be far more interesting than those we
    • lead too far, but through meditating on it yourselves you
    • outside, as far as the senses, but has the kind of
    • in outside life is far more rampant within them. Yet it
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    • mammals, lies in the fact that man is far older than, for instance,
    • the bird species, far older than the minerals. Therefore, when he is
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    • injurious to people. But if the human race were not so far evolved,
    • there, I must dig and have a look! He need not dig very far, just a
    • ordinary science and extends far beyond it, but science always wants
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    • You see how far apart the views are! But none of this holds good when
    • say: Yes, but earlier human beings were far less perfect than they
    • far back and have found human beings who really consisted only of
    • the farther we go back, the more we find that man as spirit dominates
    • sees a lake somewhere and today some place may be quite far from that
    • farmers, shepherds did human beings develop history. That is where we
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    • up later. The land, however, went much farther, continuing right on
    • from what they are farther south; everything is different there. The
    • from going very far in outer cleverness. When I was young — it
    • they had already gone that far in much more ancient times than the
    • Indians. They do not go so far back as the Chinese, but they too have
    • was far better understood by the Indians than by those who came
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    • down into the stomach, then it is deposited farther in the body and
    • a moment how strong people are who live on farms, simply through the
    • for the subsequent forces would not be able to carry them farther
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    • the cow barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm
    • which the farmers have said: Yes, the fruit gets worse and worse! And
    • it is true. But naturally the farmers haven't known the reason. Every
    • far more scientific — it comes from the far, far more
    • lively, healthy color when the farmlands are properly manured.
    • — it may seem a little farfetched, but a person who has a
    • then you'll find him there eating carrots. And if the garden is far
    • threatens to go too far, one has to dam it up — but then one
    • Science must become much more refined! Today it is far too crude.
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    • But, gentlemen, this is making far too simple a picture
    • people of those times were far ahead of us. What they knew, however,
    • in Greece knew far more than is known by our modern materialistic physicians.
    • be on a new level. You will see far-reaching proposals for breeding
    • but far away, over there in Asia — well, hearing the outcome
    • other you have all been far out in the country where threshing is not
    • imagination is of a far more spiritual nature in the human soul than
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    • is devoid of smell as far as they are concerned. Only recently I met
    • takes it merely as one more theory, far from becoming more clever, he
    • less sense activity had so far been transformed into brain. In those
    • far higher value than his own cleverness. One cannot grasp what
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    • to lay waste the land but only to inundate it. For as far as
    • in a far stronger sense than Mars, on which everything is still more
    • What is of far greater importance is how things in the
    • rose at a point a little farther back, and still farther back the
    • constellation, but if we go back as far as the year 1200 AD. we find
    • when a medicine is being prepared. So because nature does this far
    • herbs growing on mountains have far greater healing properties than
    • is growing wild out there in the country, must work far and wide with
    • stretch out so far, must extend the drawing power contained in its
    • Knowledge of the soil is of enormous importance to the farmer. These
    • things have been more or less forgotten. Simple country farmers used
    • conference at which farmers expressed their deep concern for what
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    • the stars can be said to have an influence; most of them are far
    • far more than they do today. Today our interest in a subject lasts
    • than ordinary water; it absorbs bluing and other additives far
    • Only the changes are not seen because Venus is very far away and all
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    • you read older books, lying farther back in time, you find other
    • One must go very far back if one wants to understand
    • were possible to weigh the earth one would find that it is far, far
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    • I told you that at a recent Farmers' Conference it was
    • way to take care of a farm. But how is such knowledge acquired?
    • That is what I wanted to add. Are you satisfied so far?
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    • cognitive faculties in so far as they are bound up with the
    • to the questions concerning man's spiritual life, his real being in so far as
    • however far the refinement of our physical instruments may be carried. Kant,
    • within his soul, and these can raise him far above subservience to mere
    • spiritual researcher has to speak of realms which are not far removed from
    • is, of course, far removed from saying that everyone who could understand
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    • stands before us, is a far more complicated being than he is held to be by
    • statement has now become an obvious truth, and the time is not far distant
    • So far we have
    • been speaking of conscious work by the Ego. In the far-distant past, long
    • more and more clearly conscious of itself. But as far as the Sentient Soul is
    • earth — so the legend continues — humanity had advanced far
    • far past a humanity in which the Ego was no more than an obscurely brooding
    • far-reaching truths which are valid both for individuals and for humanity
    • that the soul's being is so far-reaching that we cannot directly
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    • truth are falsehood and error. We shall see how man progresses in so far as
    • only in so far as the spiritual was manifest through it. Solger was a
    • as far with them as they have with mathematics. The truths of mathematics are
    • more and more inwardly divine, in so far as it reflects in itself an
    • extends the power of his Ego into the future, in so far as he comes to
    • fruitful is true” — a magnificent, luminous saying of far
    • thinking comes forth. Unlike Epimetheus, he is far from a dreamlike feeling
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    • far off spiritually but within human reach.
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    • exterior and gradually shape his character, in so far as this is determined
    • Yes, in so far
    • waistcoats and swell out their chests when they are facing an audience. Far
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    • the same relation to warfare as asceticism does to life in
    • combination is not significant in itself, but only in so far as it calls our
    • should reflect on it and see how far we can get with it if we bring all our
    • a deeper sense. So far we have considered only people who are not capable of
    • in so far as he is capable of using them in a right and orderly way. Here,
    • this is to mortify the body as far as possible, for this weakens it, and then
    • action for harmful influences from the outer world. For these people, far
    • bodily organism. Of course it is not easy to determine how far a given
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    • to determine how far it can be combated through human nature or through other
    • so far as he transforms his astral body, he creates what we call Spirit-self,
    • being. In the far distant past the Ego transformed a part of the astral body,
    • another example. If a child were to grow up on a desert island, far from any
    • existence. If he had grown up on a desert island, far from the human society
    • is enriched and enabled to develop, if, as far as possible, we realise our
    • feeling, but fellow feeling, as far as we can. That is how the nature of
    • It would take us too far to go into the details of
    • himself an active life of soul; he cannot go far and high enough in what may
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    • for existence, and will finally lead him so far that he no longer needs to
    • of primitive wisdom which went far beyond anything we have been able to
    • of the world went far beyond our present knowledge.
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    • and since the subject-matter of this lecture will be far removed from any
    • substance. It is agreed that we have far to go before we can make protein
    • consider man himself in relation to the world around him. As far as Spiritual
    • sense-world. In so far as he is permeated with soul and spirit, he is born
    • dates from remote antiquity, and extends only as far as the Behring Sea;
    • body of man. In the far north we find that when elements of culture are
    • phases. A characteristic of mediums is that their consciousness is so far
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    • be aware how the human being is dependent on language as far as his thinking
    • has become so strong — and this will happen only in the far distant
    • ego on the physical, ether and astral bodies only in the far distant future;
    • spiritual forces working on the human being in the far distant past through
    • sculpted, as it were, our eyes from undefined organs in the far distant past.
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    • point I will mention, but only briefly, or it would lead us too far afield.
    • to things so trivial or so far below the level of his audience that they can
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    • offered them. We shall see that there have been men who, far from regarding
    • peoples is so far removed from our conceptual thinking that it is hard to
    • point of far-reaching importance which receives all to little attention in
    • point is that two mystics, if both are far enough advanced, may have the same
    • his style of utterance, in so far as they derive from his pre-mystical life,
    • endlessly attractive to study him in so far as the universal human image is
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    • is something far richer and more significant than whatever we have made of
    • soul. We feel how in the future the soul can become far richer, wider in
    • far. If we understand this, we shall find in every prayer a force that leads
    • people who are far from understanding its depths. That is indeed the secret
    • of their souls, far-fetched as this may sound. Would that more people were
    • hymns, which are not far removed from prayer, and even pictorial art shows
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    • regularly that this lecture cycle has dealt with a series of far-reaching
    • so far as they are only physical expressions of spiritual causes, was
    • justified in also inquiring into the spiritual causes of these far-reaching
    • so-called animal instinct is therefore sufficient to develop a far greater
    • wisdom as far as those future events are concerned than human wisdom today.
    • divisions which will become harmony only in the far distant future, which
    • therefore something which strengthens us as far as the forces which we
    • progress into our processes of development in so far as they can be made to
    • to higher levels. The former as far as the inner human being is concerned and
    • the latter as far as the outer human being is concerned. Thus there is
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    • way that their judgment is not evoked, they are far more ready to respond.
    • one-sided view of the facts. In so far as the concepts and ideas he has
    • researcher who is the first to analyse a series of natural phenomena is far
    • so far-ranging that knowledge can never encompass it, for this means that
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    • so far as certain directions of thought have the tendency to blur the
    • that it is extrapolated to cover other areas, when it is carried too far and
    • consciousness as far as everything which is to enter the consciousness soul
    • does not penetrate as far as our corporeality. And one must not think that
    • that error, in so far as it is part of normal soul-life, can affect our outer
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    • lead us too far if I were to give you an anthology of the various
    • we must admit that it is going much too far to assert, as some people do,
    • develop only in so far as man reflects upon and elaborates, in inner
    • to admit that our bodily structure is far wiser than anything we can show in
    • evolution from the far-distant past, when the ego was hidden within its
    • looks back to a far-distant past when man had not yet acquired
    • increasingly to the fore. In so far as man found this central point of his
    • moment, for he had not yet gone far enough to dramatise what today we call an
    • present-day sense; but he never quite gets that far. In that century, the
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    • view that everything connected with truth and cognition should be kept far,
    • far apart from the aims of artistic work. A widely prevalent belief today is
    • then according to ordinary ideas we have to go back very far indeed. Here we
    • will go back only as far as the extant documents can take us. We will go back
    • powers of the human soul have changed. In the far-distant past, beyond the
    • its gradual development through long ages, was not present in the far-distant
    • possession of himself. In the far past he could not shut himself up in his
    • back to a period far away in the past, but this period extended, through all
    • country lay on the far side of the Aegean sea, and it was there that the
    • became a world. With Shakespeare, it expanded so far that other egos became
    • life, but descends into the physical world as far as the vernacular of his
    • spin the threads that will link the spirituality of the far-distant past with
    • the spirituality of the future. Art has indeed already advanced so far that
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    • different as far as character and capabilities are concerned.
    • being streams out like far reaching auras. So those people who
    • like a fata morgana, and very, very far away. And words came as
    • they saw that Jesus had gone farther away while they were
    • farther.
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    • not in the least hinder the Chinese from going very far where
    • had already got as far as that in much more ancient times. You see,
    • to ancient days are the Indians, but they do not go as far back as
    • far better understood by the Indians than by those who came later.
    • indeed to turn his attention as far as possible away from the world
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    • way people are making far too simple a picture of man's evolution. To
    • Greece, we find the people in those times far in advance of us. What
    • time of Hippocrates in Greece knew far more than is known by our
    • For you will soon see what far-reaching proposals will be made for
    • animal-like in body, we find they were still undeveloped as far as
    • place in Greece, but far away in Asia, it did not happen in those
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    • though naturally, as far as the present day is concerned, the time
    • than the others; the drones (the males) are the farthest removed from
    • flies as far as possible towards the Sun to which she belongs. (I
    • marriage flight; they must strive as far as they are able, towards
    • it were, tastes the pollen and the nectar. From far away it
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    • that I am far from having penetrated their innermost
    • hairs. But it does not go so far, because milk comes from the human
    • far as the hexagonal form, as far as to evolve this silicic acid
    • gets far more stung when one approaches one's work in the hive in an
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    • question how far can a bee sting affect a man, I know of a case which I
    • neighbourhood of my parents' home were mostly farmers, and honey was
    • just a part of the general farm produce. This is quite a different
    • living on the wages you earn. On a farm, bee-keeping goes on without
    • considered, is not taken into account. On the farm this was always
    • problems are placed in an unhealthy position. When you visit big farms today
    • and hear what the farm-bailiff has to say (as a rule it is not a
    • really give. In this way the farm can obviously become exceedingly
    • during the last few years. They were carried out on large farms as
    • far as on the big farms. Much could be learnt in this way because one
    • farms this is no longer done. These farms have nothing but
    • to me on a farm, that all in good nature, I was nearly killed when I began
    • farmer did not do much reckoning up as to profit; this is not
    • generally the case today, but 50 or 60 years ago the farmer did not
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    • they had sucked out the honey. I have not so far come across people
    • results will follow. It is quite true as has been said, that so far
    • study this matter, as I had a very good friend who was a farmer, and
    • really play a far greater part in the nourishment of men and women
    • the spirit. They would do this to a far greater extent than at
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    • so far as they mature during differing periods of time. What lies at
    • approaches the influence of the earth-evolution. The farther the Sun
    • must first be reduced and the poison, as far as possible, removed, in
    • the very hardest substances, and cannot elaborate their building as far as
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    • again, one cannot get very far by speaking of mere instinct, for you
    • them there is a regular little farm, 'and the ants are engaged in
    • throw out. After all, we men do very much the same. These farming
    • a question far more difficult to answer than that of a mere robbery,
    • more at those farming ants which cultivate their little field, and change
    • which is everywhere there, then we get far too little formic acid, and
    • can give far too little formic acid to the earth. Let us therefore,
    • hardness. So these farming ants do this that they may get the
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    • as a rule they are far less cleverly constructed. Things that exist in
    • told you about the farming ants which establish their own farm, and
    • circumstances, it can be far more important when a man tells you
    • body. If this process of decay goes too far, the body dies. Man must
    • so far as to develop its forces into actual small creatures; the tendency
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    • — insofar as they are thoughts — interest any
    • to children. As far as his speaking is concerned, actually
    • upon a fully human comprehension of the child. So far does
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    • far as the message about this material is concerned in
    • non-composed lecture will not be assimilated. As far as the
    • feeling that he is deprived of it insofar as the value of the fruits
    • all art, all science, all religion are ideologies. He is very far
    • that as far as possible a lecturer addresses the members of the
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    • content is new, are reactionary and conservative insofar as their
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    • even so far as to modulation — how, approximately,
    • itself. One doesn't have to go quite so far as a certain
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    • lead to the recognition of how far a speech can be enhanced
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    • far as the limits of two brief lectures allow, we will try to go into
    • So far as Karl Marx is concerned, he does not believe that it is possible
    • a matter of discovering historical connections this is far more important
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    • far less important for the progress of history than the whole
    • through his mouth far more than is under the influence of thought. He
    • centuries, in a far deeper sense than the ancient Mysteries were kept
    • on Latin culture, far more on the wide masses of people who understood
    • Science can go pretty far; but what is there where matter lurks, what is
    • is still only so far born as to be able to make use of formalism, of empty
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    • world, we take what may lie far apart in observation and we
    • When we have gone so far that we have achieved this ideal, as
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    • farther away, if we follow the points of intersection we can
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    • come this far, it is as if we had crossed an abyss within
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    • In the lectures so far, I have spoken of
    • the inside; you can see exactly how it goes farther. It is
    • certain phenomena the point lies farther up, for others
    • farther down. In these lectures I can't describe this in
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    • come this far, then the door is open to a contemplation of an
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    • alone is true.” Even those far removed from modern
    • together with you in our field, as far as time and conditions
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    • with the important question: how far shall we be able to progress within
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    • find that the Hegelian mode of thinking had permeated to the farthest
    • a halt. One wants to think ever farther and farther beyond and construct
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    • on a bit farther beyond the phenomena with our concepts and ideas and
    • passes over into something far more comprehensive. It becomes something
    • inner work — an inner work far more demanding than that performed
    • into something far more comprehensive. In this higher experience of
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    • progressed so far in the inner work of thinking that one attains a state
    • one is able to bid farewell to any sort of mystical superstition, for
    • assumed on the basis of dark intimations. One can bid it farewell because
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    • face of life itself — one does not get very far at all. For the
    • the objections that can be raised. One could even go so far as to say
    • in the coming lectures. When one has progressed far enough in a kind
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    • streaming life of the soul was sent out only as far as the word. He
    • toward understanding another through the word; if one has come so far
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    • to achieve this quickly. Spiritual research demands of us far more than
    • forth. Most certainly, I am very far from decrying the elements of poetry,
    • For it is far less agreeable
    • as far as that which lives in the sense of balance, the sense of life,
    • far as balance, movement, and life. One lives within this life, this
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    • middle system to the outer environment, insofar as the
    • the human body. And insofar as it consists of a cooperation,
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    • a similar way, in so far as we confine ourselves to
    • as far as possible only traces of the chemical and life
    • is a human being really?” In so far as he is physical,
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    • those lying farther back. A certain period must elapse
    • far as the rhythmic process extends there — you have
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    • he turns his head far to the left or right, therefore
    • I will try to answer all your questions, so far as time
    • relation to the outer world, that the far-reaching difference
    • lies — the farther from the head organization —
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    • permeate the organs. The organs, in so far as they are
    • of such conditions. The farther you follow this matter, the
    • farther you are from ordinary diarrhea and the nearer to
    • dysentery. The farther you proceed with the description of
    • feeling for how far to go.
    • phosphoric salts, it decomposes them as far as the phosporus,
    • carried as far as iron: this is the farthest point to which
    • analysis carried as far as iron is connected with the iron
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    • should work even organically. This weakening can go so far
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    • plant, animal and spiritual kingdom — in as far as man is the
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    • his problem as far as his means allowed him. Then he stopped in front
    • external nature, in so far as it consists of plant-life. You can of
    • according to the luster and paint in it the lifeless. And in so far as
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    • will find the spirit. But if they went far enough with this
    • might say that looked at spiritually man is the past in so far as he
    • coming future, in darkness. If we get so far that we regard thought no
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    • a clash of darkness and light, so our own inner selves, in so far as
    • in us, in so far as they live in us as thoughts, they are produced
    • with this necessity for feeling gratitude towards our far distant
    • as thankful to us as we can be to our far-off predecessors who now
    • planted in their souls the feeling of gratitude towards the far-off
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    • how far removed the waves of vibrating ether, which are science seeks
    • to modern minds the purest rubbish — so far is the present age
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    • of this kind, not to press it too far. We must indeed be
    • even thousands of years ago? Do we not get to know him far
    • a messenger to thee from Zeus, who though he be afar yet
    • he hath seen it who of all Achaians avoweth himself far
    • having bade farewell to the spiritual world and being subject
    • often — to a far greater extent than one might at first
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    • said that he regarded Voltaire ae a far greater personality
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    • believe, that as far as tragedy and comedy are concerned,
    • new thought as far as the actual text is concerned; there is
    • particularly when great and far-reaching questions are
    • the same time I can truly say — so far as anything of
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    • painting — as far as it is possible in our age
    • Nature does not work with lines only, but has far richer
    • with the far richer means at her disposal, Nature is able to
    • so far as the Cosmos is involved in the phenomenon. In
    • will not be as they are in Nature, but far rather as they are
    • evolution, certainly does not contribute to the welfare of
    • conceivable in a far distant future — for the occultist
    • far, far distant past — or maybe they will know nothing
    • light in the course of history — in so far as we can
    • earth-evolution before humanity will have advanced far enough
    • far as its main foundation is concerned, was already
    • It is a far cry
    • certainly have felt, we have placed a far-reaching ideal
    • before our souls, a very far-reaching ideal. Most
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    • spite of this he did not get very far. He says that in regard
    • whole realm of art. So far as the artist himself is
    • principle; so far as other people are concerned it seems to
    • true, but what is the value of them? It is all far better in
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    • detail from this point of view would lead us very far,
    • attained its summit, so far as sculpture was concerned, in
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch, and so far as painting was concerned,
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    • Our age is very far from understanding this full manhood that
    • “specialists” to-day so far as their souls are
    • spiritual life. We need not enter upon a very far-reaching
    • they have become eminently theoretical so far as their
    • — so far is the present age removed from truth!
    • the world in his ego. So far as his form was concerned he had
    • How far the
    • the red and yellow: by night, so far as the physical human
    • however, dead so far as modern art is concerned. Air, water,
    • which art alone can achieve. These things belong to the far,
    • far future but we must go forward to meet this future with
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    • significance. We think we have gone far beyond Goethe, whereas,
    • the stamp of their epoch, that is, they extend only so far as
    • was never to go so far with them, that a yearning should be
    • need to go farther than Nature, because in Nature was to be
    • out far beyond the immediate in Nature, though without in the
    • far, and, in consequence, abandon every attempt to attain a
    • contradiction. They go too far in this direction, who would
    • far beyond it, in which they can meet and know each other in a
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    • to children. As far as his speaking is concerned, actually
    • upon a fully human comprehension of the child. So far does
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    • far as the message about this material is concerned in
    • non-composed lecture will not be assimilated. As far as the
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    • don't count; actions count! As far as what happens in the
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    • itself. One doesn't have to go quite so far as a certain
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    • Goetheanum, so also as far as the external aspect of this
    • able to advance far enough to show in the Mystery Dramas how
    • negative but something positive so far as I am concerned: I
    • been in a situation in which our opponents, so far as the
    • public declaration of the content is concerned, are far more
    • Everybody else is an amateur as far as the cycles are
    • which go in the direction I have thus far mentioned in brief.
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    • Sweden, as far as I know, more than a third of the members
    • if they want to remain isolated as far as their way of living
    • group? So far we have had quite a definite view on this. But
    • far enough, without starting to speak of the etheric body of
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    • matter by asking all those I have so far mentioned —
    • literature which has so far not been published?
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    • far I haven't found one. And once again I have to say that it
    • in which our enemies are far more quick to speak in public
    • is in so far as it is cultivated at the School of Spiritual
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    • strongly consolidated so far. The chairmen of the various
    • too far for the moment, since we have not yet got beyond the
    • contributions were far smaller. This is no longer possible
    • cannot be brought back today. So all in all, so far as I can
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    • will be a far-reaching one. It has always been difficult to
    • to us so far can give us the hope that we need so badly. In
    • discussion. So far as I can see, the questions that have
    • tangible questions that have arisen so far. I cannot see any
    • given so far has in the main been for the school itself. Less
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    • suggestion was the most far-reaching, namely that the
    • to say anyway — and as far as I know the whole
    • more or less reached the end of our agenda, and as far as the
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    • belong to Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones. In so far as you are
    • second hierarchy, Kyriotetes, Dynamis, Exusiai; in so far as
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    • has existed so far; even the forces of the cosmos, not merely
    • which so far as the waking state is concerned remains
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    • the Waldorf School has thus far preserved the truly anthroposophical
    • already permeated by everything basic to it, and this in a far deeper
    • concerning oneself with the welfare of the Anthroposophical Society
    • faculty that performs far more brilliantly in both the described
    • everything heart-warming that our members far and near have lately
    • Specialization has flourished far too strongly in our midst, only to
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    • about all sorts of things, but — far more importantly —
    • things anthroposophical is far better served by emphasizing this than
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    • development of the Anthroposophical Society is not to fall far behind
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    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • consider something else. What I have been describing thus far might
    • also flows into one's will impulses, insofar as it has bearing on
    • inevitable if the Society wanted to go farther and engage in actual
    • far from shrinking from exposure to it, anthroposophy enters into the
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • expressing what they thus beheld fell far short of their actual
    • were but primitive symbolical or allegorical expressions of the far
    • trying to give expression to in some work of art was always far more
    • have often stressed this. Anthroposophy is far from wanting to
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    • far. Are we to forget the depths for the surface? That must not be
    • consideration brought up in connection with the Society's welfare
    • as it has thus far. So I ask you to put on the agenda the further
    • Stuttgart have thus far kept fairly silent. I would particularly like
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    • always avoid using the word “anthroposophy.” That is far
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    • Modern human beings entering life today have stored up far too much
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    • far greater humanness than underlies the average cleverness of the
    • far removed from the sort of thing one would have to be doing if one
    • on seeing to their welfare. No matter how little one may care for the
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    • who serves the world in general, not himself, and only in so far as
    • has made himself, they can advance individually as far as he has
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    • conception of, but at first he is far from the greater difficulties
    • facts. If we cannot see as far over the fields of the sense world as
    • it is far more important that we should experience it sympathetically
    • far off time must have been suited to the planetary body which was
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    • future when we know how far we have participated in these different
    • genius; but this does not take them very far. At the present day the
    • endured for a long time, for such things are retained far longer in
    • be revived in a way perhaps that was far from edifying. We must
    • It was a soul-force, a soul-attribute far more living than memory,
    • do? While the Rischis appear like holy initiated persons of a far
    • as yet we have not gone very far with this repetition, it is only
    • are far removed from any return to spirituality. There is a means,
    • usefulness. In so far as the science of to-day is technical it is
    • justified; but in so far as it has something to con-tribute to human
    • no spiritual content is required. In so far as it seeks to discover
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    • biographers in so far as they described the life of Christ by saying:
    • knowledge, to obtain far better translations from the Greek than from
    • world — when any soul had evolved so far as to be able to receive
    • So far as man is concerned, the whole world is explained by what took
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    • in so far as this can be developed as a member of man's Being.
    • — how? They approached him in so far as they were still within
    • his own astral body, in so far as he had not overcome them at that
    • his own being, of which he says: — “When I had got as far
    • This continued so far
    • as only evolved so far as he is himself.
    • far surpassing, what they can picture to themselves as their own
    • all through Greece and as far as the Celtic countries of the West. As
    • of Buddha, leads a man so far within his own inner being that
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    • reaches as far as to the “Time-Spirit.” What comes to man
    • In reality, they were not far from the truth when they said in the
    • Then he begins to rise again, and is able to rise so far that he can
    • if we are not to wander far from the truth we must not follow the
    • in memory. Of what lies before we are unconscious so far as ego
    • feels far more a part of, far more within, the environing world. What
    • always thus. In former times, which do not lie so very far behind us,
    • what was most important in him. They considered this to be far more
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    • certain things which apparently are far removed from our theme, but
    • thoughts and ideals rise far above what they are able to attain in
    • of his actions at any given moment, the things he does far exceed his
    • more far-reaching than our thoughts, this activity always casts a
    • substance. Any contact we make with substance, in so far as this is
    • he allows the weakness of Faust's ego to lead him so far that
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    • the Christ Himself. We must realise far more clearly the inward
    • Buddhistic stream of thought is another far removed from it, which
    • brought up at first far removed from all human misery; from all
    • facts that far transcend the ideas of science; they are ideas
    • down from olden times do not reach far enough.
    • that has brought us thus far.
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    • flower-queen dwells afar in a mountain that thou canst see in the
    • Europe and far beyond it. So Ritter Wahn rides forth, and would
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    • However, only so far.
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    • science has not yet advanced so far that it has ascended from the matter
    • to the spirit. It is not yet so far that it investigates the spiritual
    • delightfully far that it denies the existence of the own soul. The task
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    • as far as it is to be got, about this idea. This way is long and leads
    • he developed upward step by step. His soul became able to behold farther
    • and farther, it became more and more sensitive for the primary sources
    • is higher than truth. — We want to see how far the whole theosophical
    • far beyond the sea of opinions. Truth itself is still hidden in the
    • personalities who have advanced so far that they say: matter is our
    • say that the human being, in so far as he forms himself physically,
    • also souls which have not yet far advanced in their idea of God, and
    • of the world and have also understood them — as far as they are
    • meaning of that which he says goes far beyond that which we think and
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    • examples of the different phases; this would go too far. But during the last
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    • anything with our reason. The concepts a priori are only valid as far
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    • not talk about colour quality in the outer space. This goes so far that Helmholtz
    • other outside. Physics does not go so far as Kant. Whether the “things-in-themselves”
    • far distance through the epidermis. Only what is excited in your nerve can be
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    • nevertheless, I acknowledge that this point of view is far higher than that
    • philosophy. As far as that is concerned, the greatest spirits have never thought
    • take. All that is correct, but it does not go far enough. It is easy to adapt
    • the other less. They are on the way. However, it always concerns how far they
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    • in inner thoroughness. This thinking reveals the far-reaching scope of this
    • training realise the far-reaching scope and express it. Read the writings by
    • He knew which far-reaching scope mathematical thinking has up to the most distant
    • far that it can take up the so-called nous (Greek), the universal spirit.
    • having advanced so far that it is free of any phantasm of the sensory world.
    • appearance, we have not understood him in so far as he has this or that destiny
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    • question of the value of life would be justified, in so far as one would have
    • outbalances desire by far that life is painful and grievous. Already for this
    • life far stronger than desire. Without question, if one wants to solve this
    • that has a far-reaching significance. Assume that a child learns walking. It
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    • so far that the world of ideas, usually called abstract, moves, enchants, soaks
    • abnormal phenomena of the human life. These phenomena are apparently far from
    • free of desire and grief. If the human being has developed so far that his passions
    • is true in the thought is true at all times. If we go far beyond these personal
    • if he is still so far away from the goal. The goal which we set in such a way
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    • as it is to be carried out with the external senses, as far as it is to be calculated
    • the welfare of the whole. Humankind is really supported by both movements this
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    • — Or a dream which has really taken place: a farmer's wife dreams that
    • — This is a real dream which has happened. The farmer's wife who dreamt
    • If we go back even farther, we get
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    • but he also was far ahead of his time in this regard. Then he completely turned
    • the deepness of Swedenborg. He was an unlearned American grown up as a farmer
    • book he informs us that he was educated as a farmer boy like a Christian, but
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    • laws; they still follow other optical laws, but it would go too far if we wanted
    • the table, very far from the impresario, says the word which is whispered or
    • person to person, to his healings. This man, called Faria,
    • Faria shows.
    • and to soothe the pain with operations. Those who had relationship to Faria
    • Faria (1746–1819), Goan Catholic monk. The method of hypnosis
    • used by Faria is command, following expectancy: De la cause du sommeil
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    • to us in that which we investigate externally. The modern scholarship is far
    • it, but times will come — and they are not far , when one recognises the
    • show you can infer that theosophy is far away to criticise the contemporary
    • far that you can find in a little book about Goethe’s illness, about Schopenhauer’s
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    • The human being lives in this higher world, but his consciousness, in so far
    • doing research within the physical world can look back only as far as the physical
    • a more encompassing world-picture, a world-picture which extends far beyond
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    • enlivening etheric body. But we do not need to go as far as the
    • the human being is subjected to a far greater number of changes in the
    • clairvoyance very far, but he will not get beyond the etheric-astral
    • So we have to be clear that in so far as we speak about Bodhisattvas
    • far advanced before they experience this higher stage. What human
    • indefinable individuality, so far difficult to understand in that He
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    • the fact that the emotions are far more intimately connected with
    • emotions accompany us into sleep; they are far more closely, more
    • The will impulses are far more intimately connected with our life than
    • Through our life of feeling, so far as this can have these two
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    • this brings far truer differentiations when one has actually reached
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    • far interior of Russia all the way here to the Baltic Sea, in order to
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    • innumerable worlds that rise far above our world in spiritual
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    • The twelve in the thirteenth century were far from being fanatics, and
    • On the 12th August 1900 Soloviev had died — a man far too
    • radiated far and wide, but although Soloviev was a great philosopher,
    • conscious philosophy was of far less significance than that which he
    • the ether body of Christian Rosenkreutz works far and wide in the
    • little their deeds, then, would be far more mature! If only the
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    • far does this poem transport us into the worlds in which
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    • with its animal-like creatures had not evolved so far at that time,
    • the whole, of this animal-human organism was not so far advanced then
    • certain group of animal-like beings had evolved so far that the seed
    • the present time shows us how far man has become embedded in purely
    • descended as far as the physical body and so, in contrast to the
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    • general they went as far as comprehending the astral body. Cagliostro
    • far, however, must one have worked one's way up, that one is in
    • higher degrees of Freemasonry far surpasses what can be divulged in
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    • far that people will be able to penetrate into the atom itself. When
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    • ‘Everything we have experienced so far is a preparation for
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    • intricate detail. Hence it understands the human body only in so far
    • today; for the latter is mineral, since man has indeed so far only
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    • brought this far into the astral, could such an event occur. The
    • have come down to us in the Vedas. The teaching of the Rishis was far
    • the earth has advanced as far as the sixth Root Race. Man will raise
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    • influence he would have spiritualised himself far too quickly. If man
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    • in the far distant future is already, in a specific way, being
    • body of the future will only become ours in a far-off
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    • This refers to a far distant future. The old female culture will be
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    • female sex as far as their work was concerned. They knew that their
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    • the course of time. If we go back far enough, to the early primeval
    • person's astral body have not developed so far as his thinking. The
    • so powerfully that they take hold of him before he has developed far
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    • human powers can influence far distances without mechanical means.
    • Manas. And when men have progressed so far that they are not only at
    • and are in harmony in their inmost souls, so far that they find
    • themselves in what is noble and good, so far that they lovingly join
    • expressed as far as the gods' use of the force is concerned — by a
    • example, pass away; but it is of far reaching significance that the
    • symbols. Overcoming this basis in Nature in the far future, gaining
    • control of the forces of life — as in the far-off times of the
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    • being. I will give one or two indications — as far as
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    • term — far too simple, for to understand it thus is
    • they are far more important than you at first believe. But
    • so far. If there are people today who believe that they
    • to be considered, not what is actually there. In so far,
    • means so unusual in times lying not so very far behind us.
    • people in earlier times which do not lie so far behind us
    • forces of youth as they are often called; far rather will
    • Let us hope that far or near
    • duty — far removed from anything that looks like
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    • present, insofar this person or these people directly have
    • Things are far more complicated. What appears through spiritual
    • are very far away from Central Europe and continuing to Eastern
    • souls who stood far from the Mystery of Golgotha but who had a
    • majority of people, the teaching studied in the Far East. Those
    • considered from afar if a study of mankind needs to be
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    • controls him. It is far more important to know that this
    • main thread found in a far wider line of argument. In my book
    • us has the obligation, as far as possible, to work out of
    • this — which is actually so far-fetched — if it is
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    • with Haeckel in so far as he was the first to create a philosophy adapted
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    • Now imagine the inversion continuing not just as far as the bottom of
    • in human evolution, as far as the achievement of knowledge is concerned,
    • something has flowed into this that came from a great, far-seeing mind
    • He was so alert that he followed Swedenborgianism only in so far as
    • as far as organic nature is concerned.
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    • thinking as such. We do not get far when we use our ordinary consciousness
    • 1. ‘How did you get as far as that?
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    • by not merely-taking the process of forgetting so far that we rid ourselves
    • of Imaginations, but by going yet one step farther. When we attain to
    • the overview we have so far had over our life from the time of birth
    • terms of matter. We know how far our physical organization extends.
    • And we also perceive through Intuition that it goes as far as providing
    • As far as it was possible to do so in his day, he defined his concept
    • far as we love our duty, in so far as duty has become something that
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    • also has a soul and a spirit. That would not take us far beyond talking
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    • four centuries didn't exist before. Not so very far back the
    • deals far less with only the literal interpretation of
    • defend spiritual science but from a far deeper, more meaningful
    • hardly ever apply the external and as far as possible bring
    • mind I wish you farewell!
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    • far beyond the limits of the day, for the period between
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    • see that the beautiful lily also feels a longing. She feels far
    • only into bloom and do not fructify; she is beautiful but far
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    • side, spiritual science is far away to disapprove the worldview
    • Someone who is able to think farther says to himself, we see
    • property of thinking is just farthest advanced and is inclined
    • far today that the human beings if they rely on this soul
    • about what they say. This is why today the human beings are far
    • the feeling and the will the human beings are not yet so far
    • thinking most people are not yet so far. However, there are
    • methods to purify thinking so far that we do no longer think
    • solely, insofar it cannot speak to the mere imaginative power.
    • come so far that the thing wakes no sympathy or antipathy in
    • he has advanced so far beyond himself that the complete pure
    • the facts and to use concepts only as far as they interpret the
    • will-o'-the-wisps becomes something valuable, as far as it
    • if Goethe had walked farther to the west, he would have been
    • would lead too far to say in detail what the three secrets
    • then you find that a whole world is to be found in it, far more
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    • descended to the earthly existence. Only as far as the physical
    • yourselves that you were not far enough to understand the
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    • message from eyewitnesses wrote it. Gförer goes so far
    • spiritual. We must go far back in the view of the spiritual
    • from other forms of consciousness. If we go back far to the
    • appears more and more different, the farther we go back. The
    • firstly, even if in the far-off past, but it originated
    • once. The memory did not stop in old far-off past, not in
    • centuries, memory survived in the old far-off past, and another
    • about the ego and know that it goes back as far as we can
    • the sages of initiation prepared the neophyte prepared so far,
    • come far enough. Research that goes until the end will show the
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    • astrologers would no longer exist as far as he would know; the
    • Sometimes trends are not far from that which one may call
    • in a time not too far away.
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    • Progress is made when the human being, as far as the
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    • far-reaching in particular in our present. Indeed, you find
    • of welfare based on good reasons that are brought forward by
    • development. In addition, those do not go far enough who say,
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    • welfare and happiness of humankind. What Tolstoy never desired
    • could treat his farmers in such a way, as it was necessary in
    • ideals of human happiness, human welfare, and progress flash as
    • soul. He had not advanced so far that any contents of life
    • — Therefore, Tolstoy came so far to search for a
    • could see in the farther environment of his time. He feels
    • Not far away the buildings rise
    • all to the welfare and to the progress of humanity. He opposes
    • construction of humanity if welfare and progress should
    • say, this does not interest me. But there is a wood far away, I
    • search the faraway trees, and they try to understand what they
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    • Even if one is not allowed to carry it too far, nevertheless,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • far away were these springs of existence from that which Goethe
    • branches of the search for knowledge! How far away were these
    • still far away from the experience that faces us then with him
    • However, Goethe is far away from such clarity of his soul when
    • about the others who had not died that they are far far away.
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    • far to explain the important symbol of the glowing tripod. It
    • which have developed their souls so far that their souls have
    • the egoism of the personal wishes so far that he dedicates all
    • is expressed with the word Care. That human being who is so far
    • go into this in detail would take us too far afield if we
    • those manuals, how the soul leaves the body. Goethe is far
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    • in such a way that he stood far from the events in the world.
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    • far back and we would find the Madonna problem all over the
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    • human being comes so far at first that he intersperses any
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    • o, oo! But so far artistically we have actually had no more than
    • not been permeated with the whole human being is nothing; it is a farce.
    • too far back, but more forward). This is the first gesture. Now we carry
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    • being inwardly extended as far as his skin, as if he laid hold of his
    • go as far as the skin; in the seventh we are outside ourselves. We leave
    • a distinct feeling of not reaching as far as the skin, but of remaining
    • far as the skin. It is only by means of feeling that such things can
    • to go one stage beyond the mere content of language, for in so far as
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    • As far as the understanding
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    • poem, as far as this is possible, from the ego back into the astral
    • is so far removed from anything naturalistic. It is the self-creating
    • It is far from my intention to criticize these things in any way; but
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    • doing eurythmy entails: it is work to raise (heraufarbeiten)
    • and he progressed far, coming to the view that it does not take much
    • meditation. We must go very far back, back to the ancient civilization
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    • on the one hand that when a note is sustained, you should try as far
    • the swinging over, between the interval (which may go as far as the
    • we come so far in doing such things that we reach the point where the
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    • and in everything concerned with speaking and singing right out as far
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    • as he encloses his chest, or in so far as his chest is able to be revealed
    • things just feel how far we remove ourselves especially in tone eurythmy
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    • to convey to you how far from easy it is in thinking to keep all the
    • an awareness that the search for truth is far from easy, and that we
    • of how far removed from reality their thoughts may be. But we should
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    • of the Alps. If we go back far enough, perhaps as far back as ancient
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    • reflection is imperfect insofar as all kinds of impulses are combined
    • I don't go as far as James does
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    • Such a statement is as far from reality as
    • the process which our physical organs perceive; it has far greater significance.
    • with everything extraterrestrial, as I have said. Now insofar as a person
    • with terminology. One of them, Berkeley, immediately went too far in
    • insofar as it is a crude idea that prompts a person to assume that some
    • what the external world is insofar as we perceive it as an external
    • goes only as far as in the case of the broken vase. In the case of beings
    • that developed through the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods it is so far
    • who really thought, and I quoted a remark of his to show you how far
    • go so far in the way it has gone as to bring the movement to a halt.
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    • each other possibly in the following way: if a farmer harvests
    • clairvoyant force — far from any superstition —
    • it. The human being can advance so far, even in the middle of
    • have to increase this devotion so far that the human being
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    • in so far as it remains in its limits. I must say this
    • differs from the spiritual-scientific development as far as the
    • the world for the sake of its welfare and health with which it
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    • far as he is able of it. With it, I have characterised the
    •   It would lead too far if I
    • he would be still farther away from the sensory world with his
    • moral through his soul, one is not far away from the point
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    • peculiarity. So far about thinking.
    • You have to do the inner spiritual exercises again so far that
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    • farther you advance in it, and that you face everything as
    • fixated. However, he was not yet as far as a spiritual
    • If he has advanced so far that his body
    • comes so far that he even beholds what lifts out itself from
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    • could go far back in the human development. However, we want
    • It would lead too far if I wanted to
    • recognise that one has not far advanced concerning this
    • is not far away from that what one has tried to show in the
    • farther than Plotinus did and to fathom the undergrounds of
    • but outside his body. He can look into them as far as they are
    • point just to this characteristic of the evil, as far as it
    • far. That is, that you must already enter the spiritual world
    • the clock. If he applies it to the welfare of humanity, it is a
    • single human being can find his welfare only in merging in the
    • culture for the welfare of humanity.
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    • are otherwise used to call outer world. You live in it as far
    • know when you say farewell from the sensory world and ascend to
    • unscrupulous human beings who come so far where conscience
    • inner life so far that it is not exposed to the inner
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    • develop only so far as one believes to be today in the wholly
    • If we went far back in the historical
    • so far it develops knowledge, to that, what the senses induce
    • abstractions. His soul had developed too far to show life in
    • It is interesting to recognise how far
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    • perspective, as if it goes far, far away from him. After
    • some days, this world of thoughts disappears gradually in far
    • sensation: your thoughts have gone far away, you must search
    • experience are far bigger than what the human being absorbs in
    • have once lived closer together. In the farther course of this
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    • table. You face your destiny too, as far as it takes place in
    • shall not get the possibility to penetrate farther into the
    • It would lead too far to go into that what Paracelsus
    • So far he weighs no more than does his
    • far into Homunculism in relation to the soul that they wanted
    • So far, in long lessons
    • Farce, comedy, operetta,
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    • let's say, twenty million years, which is quite correct as far
    • Well, as far as one's own morality is concerned, it is virtuous
    • Orthodox physiology might eventually go this far — if not
    • is needed in education today. Far too many people think about
    • intentions are not likely to go very far because, once again,
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    • images. In the child all this flows together into a unity far
    • child remains a far more homogeneous being than a grown-up in
    • It is far more interesting to watch the arms and legs of such a
    • the past, as you know, there was far more discussion of sin and
    • the environmental influences, which are far stronger than is
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    • these may appear artistically justified. Far from it! I have no
    • Nevertheless, insofar as children between the change of teeth
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    • what is far more complex and multifarious in actual life.
    • which method is right or wrong. It is far more important for
    • thus far been unable to answer in the Waldorf school since it
    • direction.] So far we have started with an eight-year course in
    • movements for school reform is recognized by far too few
    • situations. More capable by far are those who still teach out
    • “spade-work” has thus far been done. One needs to
    • It is far better if you make a doll out of a linen rag than if
    • the methods of modern educational systems were healthier, far
    • while the largest part by far is liquid, but we are also
    • Vowels reveal directly feelings of sympathy and antipathy. Far
    • a living creature who has two legs but no feathers. As far as
    • as far as the child knows them already — remain one. You
    • impulses. So far nothing has been said in my lectures about
    • faculty of forming sound judgments. In this way we will do far
    • Insofar as only pedagogical principles are being defended and
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    • its independent existence from that time on. And as far as the
    • twelfth year; then the method of teaching I have thus far
    • they live in the region of the will, which, while still far
    • away into far distances — as blue. It goes without saying
    • musical instruments are listened to far more consciously. There
    • from a tiny baby. For, no matter how far one may have advanced
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    • the importance of which is recognized far too little. Too often
    • they need far more than what can pass from their lips as they
    • their exceptional brightness, will far outshine them.
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    • have discovered already from what you have heard so far). To
    • writing. They may be considered far ahead in artistic subjects,
    • atrocious mistakes. It is easy to deduce from this that far
    • Görlitz, whose influence has been far-reaching in
    • them in the correct handling of material processes. Far from
    • Thus far, Waldorf pedagogy is being practiced only by the
    • am saying all this because I believe actual facts are far more
    • represents a far-reaching ideal, we must not overlook the fact
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    • insofar as they actively take part in all the meetings —
    • have gone as far as we have today. But when matters are taken
    • pour into my farewell, which is not to be taken as formal or
    • wish to give you all my warmest farewell greetings.
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    • particular apathy. Matters have gone so far that if this
    • Dornach, scattered far and wide, would certainly be a most
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    • get no farther.
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    • certain nostalgia to not that far back in time, positivism and
    • child's whole organization. The teacher is far too comfortable,
    • and has personally been raised far too comfortably to really
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    • to-day we still see the last remnants of subsistence farming,
    • especially looking at the small farms. There we see how he who
    • realms, otherwise this lecture would become far too long. It
    • have tried to found something as far as is possible in our time
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    • to a far-off age in which — and this may be stated in more than
    • this abstraction, space, was a very different conception in the far
    • not go back so extremely far; in the 6th, 7th, 8th pre-Christian centuries
    • ever farther and farther upwards come the divine worlds, downwards the
    • really arises in the unconscious observation lying not so very far below
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    • forward, you see how man evolves as earthly man in time. In so far as
    • and become pure spirits. But our task, in so far as it comes from our
    • there, but as far as it allows in the human figure the Luciferic and
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    • in a far-seeing way established the Infallibility-dogma in order through
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    • sets for the nerves and blood, in so far as the Ego is connected with
    • contradictory, we must search and see in how far they are illusion. I
    • fellowship is effectual in a far greater measure when working at
    • the path of human evolution. The wise ruling Cosmic powers far surpass
    • ways they provide a far richer gain in spiritual knowledge than can be
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    • to life in the physical world, in so far as the filling of the soul
    • which governs human evolution, in so far as we can understand and
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    • earth-men, our Ego being reaches as far as does our soul nature. By the
    • How far is there a connection between existence and development of the
    • extends far beyond anything that the soul can achieve through its own
    • man is enclosed between birth and death; it reaches only as far as
    • only as far as death. Into this consciousness there shines the Divine
    • extends as far as death, and that man, in so far as he was united with
    • extend his consciousness only as far as death. Wherever Paul speaks of
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    • a question of the actual truth, her acquiescence is of far more
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    • consciousness of our time is far remote from this. Many modern
    • are not excused a farthing, but that the debt must be paid to the
    • far as we are concerned we make compensation for it later. The guilt
    • the uttermost farthing. Human souls will have had to pay off their
    • serious import for the earth; they must destroy the earth. As far as I
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    • of light-ether; we speak also of the warmth-ether. As far up as the
    • earth-humanity, in so far as these are objective guilt and sin. And if
    • understanding of Karma. I have spoken to you of man in so far as he is
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • into being Solomon's Temple was destroyed, so far as external
    • of the Old Testament. It was an image of the entire universe so far
    • as far as the Mystery of Golgotha; then the Mystery of Golgotha intervened;
    • it farther on the wrong track. Deep within what is happening outwardly
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    • far-reaching consequences, which you can of course discover by reading
    • penetrate the spiritual life of European humanity — so far as
    • it is really the Gnosis. If you study the Gnosis as far as it can be
    • constituted in their souls, that they were as far removed as could possibly
    • — not very far developed, even to this day — the thinking
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    • world revealed to him, however far and carefully he sought. In the Mysteries
    • him. But these earthly substances and forces, so far as man understands
    • impressions a person receives and follows up, at most, as far as the
    • own being — insofar as this being is united with the body. Only
    • century especially, human beings were far removed from it. Only at the
    • day it was still far from being as splintered as that of present-day
    • in the senses. To be sure, Goethe did not develop it very far. I have
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    • still far from it — you may make your minds easy! — for
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    • so far as it was known to him. We perceive immediately what Brunetto
    • of time. For what I have described is not very far in the past, only
    • enough. They could be felt much more profoundly; they could have a far
    • have developed is the germ of a very far-reaching spirituality. The
    • his thinking, so far as it is materialistic, only assumes this form
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • so far as these are natural events. You observe in the same way natural
    • directed, we find that our passage through the stream of time is far
    • when I gave a lecture at one time not far away, at Liestal, on “Human
    • the course of natural events in so far as they are subject to the etheric
    • thinking, all that lends wings to our thinking, in so far as this arises
    • our soul-life in so far as it is a life of thought, though connected
    • upon the curious fact that in our thoughts, in so far as they depend
    • in so far as thoughts depend on our wishes and longings, we have the
    • it to be much shorter, convinced that we would be able in a far shorter
    • that tells us that so far as our thoughts are concerned, it would suffice
    • curiously contradictory creatures! On the one hand, in so far as we
    • hand, in so far as we have will in our thinking, we move much more swiftly.
    • his heart the premonition of complete collapse, who knows it is far
    • have to go very far; it doesn't even have to be Sunday for you to find
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    • opinion that the talk should not be of a new revelation, but far rather
    • than has so far been the case.
    • longer suffices for the conditions of our time. It is far more in keeping
    • It is far less comfortable to say: If we are to be saved from a future
    • completely out of date. It is far more important to take up what is
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    • and for having proved unable thus far to create a circle of people in
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    • far as we are concerned, such meetings could happen on a daily basis
    • imagine, although I wouldn't go so far as to endorse the point of view
    • everyday life. I am far from wanting to influence them in things like
    • I do not want you to simply take this statement on faith; I am far from
    • one who knows by far the greatest number of members personally. Many
    • as far as we were concerned, these personal things were nobody else's
    • of the “cleaning lady.” As far as I am concerned, no further
    • would be able to do a lot that has been left undone so far.
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    • — but that's not the important thing as far as the Society is
    • immediate effect on its continued existence as far as reality is concerned.
    • pure selfishness or pure emotion — far from it; karma has to be
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    • So far, Swedenborg's clairvoyant perception had always allowed him to
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    • fill this emotion-free thinking. When you have come so far as to be
    • to him. As far as he was concerned, their gestures could not be understood
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    • mysticism eludes him entirely; there's nothing to it as far as he is
    • Let us first see how far
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    • scientific point of view that our outer science is so far that
    • sight does not reach so far surround the universe with a blue
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    • of the soul life discussed in detail. However, as far as they
    • hereditary factors. However, as far as one remains within the
    • does not come far in the reality if one clings to the
    • on earth. Indeed, one has to go far back for reasons that may
    • experimental means to advance farther with the soul life than
    • this way can absolutely be self-suggestion, for how far does
    • far that if he thinks, for example, only of a soda he already
    • certain point, not farther. We have slept into existence as it
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    • gone away so far from it as scholarship, as mere intellectual
    • thriving there. Hence, Paracelsus appreciated farmers,
    • with the macrocosm. As far as the human being is a part of the
    • primitive, purely physical-bodily human being. But as far as
    • part of nature. As far as with his third viewpoint the single
    • love went so far that he cured those free of charge who had no
    • nature, but goes even farther away from her. Goethe lets Faust
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    • which the signs of it are: now you are so far in your soul that
    • as far as it was only possible — who were exposed
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    • in the struggle for existence. One has gone so far that one has
    • so far that, for example, Klaatsch can say, compared with all
    • then by this spiritual essence, in so far as he has inherited
    • prototype worked the spiritual-mental into the bodily so far
    • not yet advanced far enough: now you experience an inner
    • There we have a matter that is still far
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    • life. — Since people are still far away today to feel the
    • I would go too far if I carried out this thought in the one or
    • that what took place in history where he was led so far that he
    • Countless neophytes were initiated before, but only so far,
    • The outer science has advanced so far that
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    • kind of soul-life the farther we go back, even to prehistorical
    • philosophy far in the oriental thinking not paying attention to
    • pre-Greek times, and the farther we go back, the more a kind of
    • Imaginative life. If we went back even farther, we would meet
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    • humanity has ever experienced as far as the historical memory
    • before the Christian calendar. As far as these philosophers and
    • to experience. Since Aristotle was too far
    • his time. He did not go so far of binding the spiritual-mental
    • the spiritual of the world. As far away that what is connected
    • the fact that he is not yet so far as the Catholic Church is
    • Begin in farthest spirit-realms
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    • If social conditions are to be improved, it is far better to incapacitate
    • too far. Because of this, it is necessary to see things clearly. Of
    • your attention to the fact that far more essential than the content
    • whereas those who do not choose their butcher would fare worst of all.
    • than the fact that as far as spirituality is concerned, these nine tenths
    • were, a latent kind of intelligence, which is far more able to absorb the
    • strong historical impulse which must now be received. This impulse is far
    • in mind, for it is far more important than people generally believe.
    • however, far less important than the work which he thus saves for himself.
    • Mendelssohn. As far as they are concerned, the economic value of the
    • work which he saves through it; yet this is not true, as far as Herr
    • definitions fall far short of the reality, though it is possible to
    • no idea whatever of reality. As far as money is concerned, nominalism
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    • a social chaos, as far as the great majority of the civilised world
    • states. These modern states of central Europe, stretching as far as
    • far stronger than that which had been transplanted from the Middle Ages:
    • still based upon a far more universal way of thinking; which proceeded
    • welfare.
    • behalf of the general welfare” — this can be applied even
    • Think how far they are from considering and applying a truth such as
    • a mass of statistical and historical material, reaching as far as the
    • being and essence of the social organism. This is far more important
    • know people through what they say. We gain a far better knowledge of
    • tells us far more than the actual content of their words, far more than
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    • characteristic must be borne in mind: For a capitalist, in so far as
    • has become more and more objectivated, This has brought about a far-reaching
    • as far as possible from man, should be separated from the human being.
    • as far as the structure of the social organism of humanity is concerned.
    • Yet this comfortable adherence to faith, this truly nefarious simple
    • is apparently far away from socialistic thoughts, from thoughts concerning
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    • time has not yet come today, but it is not too far away when
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    • we advance with our thinking so far only that mental pictures
    • and so on, are as far as the inorganic natural sciences are.
    • the whole human life gradually, as far as life is passed
    • thriven so far that the post was already found which the person
    • far as the soul is in destiny, it does not experience at all by
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    • with sugar. One person is removed somewhat farther from the
    • as far as it can just work on the senses. Since nothing else
    • indistinct, too weak to penetrate of their own accord so far
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    • not even advance as far as the naturalist advances who assumes
    • have brought the inner soul process so far that the internally
    • condenses so far, that they lead into reality.
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    • mental pictures, but could think. Hartmann got so far to think
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    • It goes so far that it approaches the material, the matter. Now
    • However, the philosophers are also not yet far enough to
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    • moment of saying farewell to the mirror of the bodily in which
    • may fare exactly the same way as a pupil fares: his mental
    • experiences that are very far from her current life, which she
    • especially painful event wakes him. All that is extremely far
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    • He says, I want to try once how far we can generally come with
    • the spiritual research does the steps consciously as far as a
    • spiritual world. In the usual life, the human being is far away
    • do not regard it as necessary for their soul welfare to know
    • of eternity — in so far as it belongs to the spiritual
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    • in the second soul member, in the intellectual soul. As far as
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    • the history of Moses in certain respect, in so far as we take
    • This caused that one went too far concerning the view of the
    • experiences of a people. This would go too far. Philo went so
    • far because he lacked the spiritual-scientific sensibility to
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    • stage, this stage to an earlier one, so far, as one can trace
    • Origin?, we have shown that geology has advanced so far to
    • how far, nevertheless, the human being has come concerning the
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    • far back in its beginnings; however, it arrived at its summit
    • people, who reject the reproach of materialism far from
    • simple, imperfect ones. This is true, as far as one considers
    • one can go back again farther in the pedigree of the beings.
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    • intentions still much farther.
    • we deal also with group souls of the human beings. The farther
    • may have gone too far in its radical realisation, but this had
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    • contemplation, then you can try to extend the review farther
    • and farther, make it more and more concrete and go back to
    • soul. The human soul becomes visible outside the body. As far
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    • Indeed, one does not need to go as far as a great naturalist of
    • — One does not need to go so far, but it is a fact which
    • who did not work, that he had to leave his office and go far
    • industrial progress and for the damages, for human welfare and
    • come? — In so far as they are not imposed by nature, they
    • materialist is a materialist only because he does not go far
    • councillor and becomes a life coach, and has to go far, far
    • today that a big part, by far the biggest part of the human
    • conditions, but the human beings make these conditions, as far
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    • with a more farsighted look at the future. The latter notorious
    • is no better book about this aspect, as far as a
    • the farmer and his wife in former centuries. One cannot say
    • that the farm woman had less rights than the farmer, or a lower
    • the conditions when she was occupied in the farmyard, at home
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    • millennia, maybe even farther. All those human forms and racial
    • we look back farther, we come to the ancestors of this
    • present animals. If we went back even farther, we would find
    • Atlantis to Europe and farther to Asia and established
    • current that did not progress so far which came maybe only to
    • the current of peoples lies farthest to the west, while the
    • Persian population is that part which went the farthest to the
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    • to the guilds later. These associations were far more than mere
    • products were brought from the surrounding farmland to a market
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    • incomprehensible as higher mathematics is for the usual farmer
    • strives for it from egoism cannot come far. However, our time
    • disappears, and the other who is farther than you stands like
    • first. From anybody who is farther advanced we can learn a
    • Where anybody is who has farther advanced than I have, there I
    • Who is not aware of the far-reaching consequences of this fact
    • certain respect, you outrank humanity by far. You are below
    • far that we are engrossed in a certain thought during a certain
    • that we reach so far at least to commit such actions now and
    • rule, the human being of the present disposition cannot go far
    • you must have confidence because you are not yet so far that
    • beings are farther advanced in esoteric relation than it seems,
    • advanced rather far in earlier times. It depends on different
    • faces me. In his former incarnation he was a far advanced
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    • far, we are in relation to the scientific thinking, to that
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    • could deny that the human mind has brought it so far in this
    • respect and that it can hope to go farther and farther.
    • widespread in the farthest circles.
    • far without such brothers who were way ahead of their fellow
    • the external plane of history in front of all, as far as they
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    • from an ancient spiritual life. He did not go as far as
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    • questions to them. She asks, for example, the flax farmer about
    • farmers use different means against her. The person concerned
    • it is far from the imagination of the people to make up gods
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    • However, who has advanced so far that the so-called kundalini
    • However, Ananda is far separated from the love of the Jandala
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    • leave what serves them for their welfare and what would become
    • far back into the evolution of the earth, in the evolution of
    • me properly, because it is far from present ideas. Paracelsus
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    • it. He looks back at far distant periods when the earth still
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    • has progressed far, altogether b: itself; and men did not
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    • which we call the spiritual life, in so far as it
    • does, in so far as we speak of the physical-spiritual
    • hermit's cell: One can be taking a walk, as far as that
    • religious documents mean (and you know how far religious
    • one cannot go farther in the analogy. If ordinarily you
    • Natural Science is not so far advanced as to perceive
    • developed one's power of spiritual vision so far as to be
    • them farther and farther away from living inner
    • at most, art can reach it. As soon as one gets so far
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    • although still very far from what it will be — has
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    • how far one can come with them. You have shown that one cannot
    • far as they are accessible. During former centuries, it was not
    • health how health and physical welfare depend on our true or
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    • the like. It would lead us too far to pursue this further. We
    • natural sciences so far that in us the scientific ideal has
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    • that braid the dark destiny. However, far from any temporal
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    • the so-called secret schools to the general welfare and
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    • a certain way, whereas the human soul is changeable insofar as
    • animals round us how far certain animals closely related to the
    • once to the farrier know the way, so that if they lack a
    • horseshoe they go to the farrier on their own accord. Someone
    • that are at the concerning place, it can move far away, and due
    • geometry is even today not so far to be able to copy these
    • the sand wasp, and you take away the prey and lay it down far
    • come very far with this instinct principle if one considers
    • feeling, the family feeling was far bigger than the feeling of
    • trace back the human being farther. The human soul waited with
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    • superficially that spiritual science is something that lies far
    • stand rather abruptly side by side, the one is very far away,
    • reach with their concepts not farther than the few steps they
    • is true, very true! However, how far is our life away from this
    • does not need to go far back; there one finds the proverb
    • Not far away the buildings rise
    • human beings to work from their spiritual work for the welfare
    • improve the human beings for better life and for their welfare,
    • transformation of the human soul welfare and progress can come,
    • that can bring happiness and welfare of humanity. With the
    • outside world so that welfare and blessing develop for humanity
    • physical being. Everything that can bring welfare and blessing
    • of the human welfare.
    • only that is fruitful for the welfare of the human beings what
    • so far that we have arrived just in our time at views that are
    • to a work and pay a remuneration for it, you create no welfare
    • the welfare of the human beings. Thus, we find that, because
    • being, welfare is bestowed on humanity thinking completely in
    • work for the welfare of humanity. Then a person like Kolb has
    • which the characterised welfare can arise. Community must not
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    • spiritual content of the space, and were not yet far advanced
    • completely, as far as these are obtained by strict and
    • forces and thereby its own animal realm, as far as it is able
    • solar forces. The human body depends on the moon as far as it
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    • extends too far to
    • necessary food and, as far as I am concerned, clever thoughts,
    • spiritual science farther than, so to speak, up to the point
    • intolerance went far. Indeed, as we said already last time
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    • where no water is far and wide. For no other reason it cannot
    • brings us repeatedly to this world, until we are so far that we
    • all welfare and all human development is contained. We will
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    • developed gradually so far, that the wonderful world of the
    • and mental pictures, as far as they refer to the external
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    • Switzerland, it can be seen how far in man's modern necessities of life,
    • to put into practice, as far and as suitably as possible, what we have
    • depends upon how far they are able to consider the question in all seriousness:
    • went to the adjustment, as far as life allowed, of demands remaining
    • So far, although it is only
    • later. Results so far have been satisfactory. What we need next will
    • of reality. What we are concerned with here should be as far removed
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    • today — of whatever party — stands very far removed. It
    • understanding needs some specially comprehensive and far-reaching knowledge
    • thought. In so far as we stand in the economic life we cannot live in
    • and religion has been kept as far as possible apart from external daily
    • travelled terribly far. And the reason is that this spiritual life has
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    • by far the greater number among the proletariat wholeheartedly profess
    • be brought to fulfillment; so far it has not died because, not having
    • productivity and a race of men far removed from those of today, far removed
    • that presses into its sphere. In so far as man stands within the economic
    • in humanity, at not having a narrow but a broad outlook. In so far as,
    • there lies the labour power of men, and that in so far as human labour
    • each of you should help, as far as he is able, to bring about what must
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    • welfare movements of the bourgeoisie are largely responsible for the
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    • for definite spiritual knowledge of the world. But so far he is ignorant
    • word, as far a this can be the case in such widely different things, are
    • The social structure is far more readily found when men are brought
    • dare to follow the way only so far as we are shown: This is the relation
    • propositions with far-reaching deductions are set forth. You will say: I
    • this individuality looks within itself for a content it has so far been
    • organism. And the reason for this lies far deeper than is thought by
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    • men, and to find an inward bond between man and man. It is far more
    • are farther than ever from such insight. One man may affect superiority,
    • our schools and universities are very far from such a cultural life. In
    • way. But eventually it was carried so far that something resulted which
    • striven for something universally human, but how far this is so will
    • in human life that these affairs gradually grow farther and farther
    • we have come so far from them that we are now going through this difficult
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    • of Professor Ude were by far the best. For behind them was at least
    • to the most audacious thoughts, as far as possible from reality. And
    • of it as a hypothesis. This means he was very far from reality in his
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    • show how far from reality present-day thinking is, when in circles working
    • farther back than to the ideas, so that he wishes in his logic as it
    • everywhere, as far as nature is an open book to man, to point to ideas
    • as far as it was permissible to go in the first decade of the nineteenth
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    • human life we are not yet so far advanced. Certain savage
    • shines far and wide over humanity — we read that he had
    • one might be prone at first to think of Goethe as a man far,
    • far from being a revolutionary, he was not so — not by
    • place. What lived in Goethe as his individuality, was far
    • yet so far removed from the circumstances into which he had
    • would have led to something altogether different, and so far
    • of the fifth post-Atlantean age of civilisation; it grows far
    • part in the various events and entered into them far more than
    • out far beyond his soul-capacities. But he had to express
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    • keeping them far removed from the free and open vision of
    • subjected to a far stronger influence by the Ego and the astral
    • Needless to say, there are more far-reaching relationships on
    • working are indeed far less important than those that are
    • constantly spread out before our eyes. These are far more
    • with it quite instinctively, —far more so than the
    • it far more exactly than man's; man has been left far more free
    • into far more living intercourse with that which is always
    • with. Far more than we imagine, we burrow in mere words. This
    • When we grow up into the life of knowledge we see far
    • relationship of love. For Goethe it arose in a far wider
    • Reality far more intensely with his whole human being than
    • purely spiritual working — of the World around him, far
    • But as you have seen, we are really connected with it far more
    • spinal system, and by virtue of this relation we have a far
    • mean is that there are far too many 'poets.' Who does not
    • something which on Vulcan will be as far advanced as that which
    • natural for men to be far more intimately connected, in
    • far less fond of it than of what comes over to' them from the
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    • Beings who guided the Earth from regions far beyond, could
    • and that is far more important. Study once more the historic
    • incarnations in a far more complicated way than in the fourth
    • have to create the first cosmic beginnings of a far-reaching
    • was far more engaged in his daily occupation than he can be
    • I mean. Such things are far too little considered nowadays, and
    • and less so the farther we go on into the future. What is
    • this will lead us to far more ... Our time, with the
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    • must be seen as symbols, and that far deeper impulses are at work in
    • comments: Insofar as we are surrounded by the external material world,
    • far as the world here is concerned? The spiritual world is no cloud-cuckoo-land;
    • the present miseries are not seen to be related to them. Far from attempting
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    • life. In this respect modern man is far from courageous. He draws back
    • will the pendulum swings out too far; its amplitude is too strong.
    • As for the will, because it swings out too far the amount we are able
    • oscillate far enough compared with the wider oscillation of our breath.
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    • to man, far too little attention is paid to slight differences, to individual
    • true rendering of the facts. As far as his intellect is concerned man
    • world must be visualized all around us and not in some far away cloud-cuckoo-land.
    • description: Jahve had to forget human beings, insofar as their life
    • place so far has been in the nature of preparation. Up till now only
    • — whether in the form of natural science or history — far
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    • is like a beacon, throwing its light far and wide, ahead of the one
    • we have lost as far as the physical plane is concerned. It is a name
    • he revealed himself as a man who was able to follow with far-reaching
    • far as the physical plane is concerned, was chosen by someone in order
    • further than Harnack and others. He comes as far as the idea of a universal
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    • the far-reaching meaning of the Rosicrucian saying: In Christo Morimur,
    • the Christ? All one can say about this is that so many and so far-reaching
    • is going through a crisis as far as understanding the Mystery of Golgotha
    • eyes gazing into far distances. If this Johannes Müller had been
    • crisis as far as understanding Christ is concerned. We can reach understanding
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    • to a far greater extent than is realized. It is particularly important
    • a far greater extent than is imagined today. At the present time it
    • how far they themselves have advanced beyond i what they see as prejudiced,
    • Naturally he considers himself far above such a superstitious idea that
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    • far too little into account. The people of the 13th and 14th centuries
    • karmic links to a far greater extent than is believed today. In this
    • the only world. The transition in consciousness to later times was far
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    • one thinks of all the ingenious means it has so far produced for destroying
    • light on these profound problems with their far-reaching consequences
    • all over the world which is far worse than anything that has happened
    • one can speak of moral impulses only insofar as the astral body, being
    • comparable consciousness as far as the ‘I’ and astral body
    • bodies. In the present phase of evolution man has not come very far
    • far as our ‘I’ is concerned. Yet morality must be implanted
    • into the ‘I.’ So you see, as far as morality is concerned
    • have been so far they will result in something similar to the situation
    • far up the other side. In regard to physical phenomena these things
    • authorities are far removed from any understanding of what is so desperately
    • spread far and wide. If only a sufficient number of people could understand
    • have become of the Lutheran movement had Luther not possessed far greater,
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    • leaves the physical body as far as ordinary consciousness is
    • as far as men are concerned. The gods have left the sounds. Our
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    • we've encountered so far; but at some point it should really
    • This is an explanation which goes far back to the ancient
    • distinguish the later time from the earlier one as far as the
    • This is another wonderful idea which surfaces from the far
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    • far, but they must begin to see through external things and to
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    • intelligences of worlds which are far apart, and not just the
    • while. People were very far removed from being able to grasp
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    • must deal with men insofar as they are bearers of a physical
    • realized in Russia as far as the tendency goes. Thus priests
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    • in the middle of the Atlantean epoch. As far as their material
    • something physical lying far back in the past which occurred
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    • can only say that a great deal of this is already here as far
    • go back too far to get to a time when the state would have been
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    • even if one is far away from the place where one was last time.
    • universe consists of pure love, as far as its inner substance
    • and being is concerned and in so far as it relates to human
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    • so far you will realize that when the Apocalypticer how man
    • calculation was correct as far as the collision of the comet
    • — it's not too far away; but what the earth has absorbed
    • tracks so that the. farmers would not get brain
    • clear here. If you consider the farmers in 1872 who stood
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    • of world-history — as far as this can be known — which called
    • runes far, far back into the centuries before Christianity. This keeps
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    • consider the penetration of its impulse as far,as possible independently
    • art, as far as it is possible from what is extant, you will find repeated
    • the bodily in man, in by far the greater number of his artistic creations,
    • content of this idea from Greece which had now progressed so far as
    • now grown completely abstract. And a parallel in Art, as far as one
    • fully co-operating. But you see, even here, how into the farm of the
    • far as the realm of super-terrestrial Beings.
    • the secret of the Renaissance. In so far as these last pictures that
    • as far as possible, with these ideas drawn from the realm of art, and
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    • four Gospels. The truth is far rather that each writer
    • development was highest in those who went farthest East.
    • in the regions extending to. the Caspian Sea, as far as
    • who remained farther North. But they were in a very
    • comparing it with conditions still farther to the North,
    • from divine-spiritual heights but has now fallen very far
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    • why Zarathustra was able to exercise such a far-reaching
    • great and far-reaching importance would take place at a
    • contact is made at a point nearer to or farther away from
    • penetrated as far as the regions of the Turanian peoples.
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    • far, far distant past, the substantiality of Earth +Sun
    • are therefore speaking of something far more spiritual,
    • far more ethereal than ordinary sound.
    • far distant past, he wakened to life within his own being
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    • that time as far as the etheric body, penetrated into the
    • could rise in soul through the 42 stages only so far as a
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    • find that in periods not far distant, consciousness was
    • power was far greater still. A man did not, as he does
    • Individuality only in so far as it belonged to physical
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    • so far as he does not understand the purpose of
    • St. Matthew, you will not be far removed from those who
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    • body because of its greater density. It was therefore far
    • brought about by forces of the soul. With its far greater
    • processes to a far greater extent than was the case later
    • incarnation to incarnation, and — as far as the
    • they would have fared badly, they would have gravely
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    • far, far distant future, when Spirit-Man, or Atma, is to
    • far this was understood by His intimate disciples, Christ
    • pointing to what man's nature will be in a far, far
    • after Christ Jesus has guided His disciples as far as
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    • who is permeated by a Sun Being is of far greater
    • these parables there is a meaning far deeper than the
    • nature maybe far, far removed from that of Jesus of
    • substance and being of Christ in so far as they
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    • too are continued in our digestion in so far as it occurs in
    • how far does it extend? Fundamentally, it is limited to what is
    • human metabolic system, in so far as it is not affected by the
    • within them, it is far more comfortable to allow Ahriman to
    • exams far more easily, he can become a tutor or University
    • Professor with far greater facility if he allows Ahriman to
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    • great and often a far greater significance for man's total life
    • case one is entering into a sphere which in a far more intense
    • have here entered a sphere which points in a far more concrete
    • almost call him a geologist. There is a deep presentiment, far
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    • concepts out of the physical world itself, and they did not get far
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    • Schiller was drawn into this way of knowing. But Schiller was far too
    • only got far enough to see the super-sensible in the world of
    • to follow it into reality and it could only lead him as far as the
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    • far more difficult to really come close to the dead than to achieve
    • far in the distance like a single point, the human embryo that is to
    • of Leo. (It need not be at birth; it can be farther back in time.) We
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    • reaches only as far as our thinking life. And if we have a science
    • how far we have gone into intellectual abstraction. For this reason
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    • I use for this description must not be pushed too far; these things
    • The Greeks were far more interested in what was going on when the
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    • This has far-reaching effects. The spiritual scientist can tell
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    • Were we able to look far, far back into the early development
    • process if we picture to ourselves how the being fares who is
    • were far better to bring him into an environment where he would
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    • one might say: a dilatation of his being into the far reaches
    • of the earth, at first far beyond the atmosphere. Farther and
    • farther it expands, until we (though it may sound paradoxical,
    • the time begins when he expands so far that the outer boundary
    • on earth: death in so far as it does not occur as natural death
    • understanding of other systems of religion which far transcends
    • received the Christ impulse, then we are, on the far voyage
    • at first as far as the Mars-sphere.
    • increasingly develop so to speak two natures, the farther
    • out farther into the sphere of Mars; and precisely in our time,
    • Then, we expand farther and farther into the reaches of the
    • stars, to Jupiter, Saturn, and farther. What has been
    • the same. We expand between death and a new birth as far as the
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    • far as outer conditions can have an influence, the time
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    • interests the whole human being in psychology, which are far
    • as far as they are founded methodically after the pattern of
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    • those who should represent them, whereas I was just a far cry
    • spiritual science is a far cry from misjudging what natural
    • with this comparison is far away from reality and arises only
    • correctly, one has to say, as far as one considers the human
    • this far-reaching idea that everything bodily is a creation of
    • supersensible life of the soul if one knows how far the purely
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    • not go far back and you will find, the representatives of
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    • farther; but then one has to survey everything with his memory
    • knowledge —, as far as we have consciously recognised it
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    • different from the Kantian one. It would lead too far if I
    • closes his eyes and listens. Far away, he hears quite soft
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    • other than a quest for knowledge? You must, also as far as your
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    • far as the ritual is considered, then on the other side, people
    • that far yet, neither in the area of Anthroposophy, nor in the
    • far as saying we don't need to read the Mass any more.
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    • manage a language, even our mother tongue, so far removed from
    • lightening was the arrow of the Gods, as an imagination far
    • to enable the farmer to entrust his seeds in the earth's warmth
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    • the Old Mysteries priests were far more humble than those of
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    • still farther into these experiences. Do not suppose that we can by
    • say they do it with far more understanding than the philosophers
    • The farther we go back in the evolution of mankind on Earth, the more
    • short, we live our way into the cosmos with far greater intensity
    • far as is necessary for present times, that which is living in man
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    • as far as he could penetrate into it to the understanding of
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    • took place in a silent monastic cell or far from the activities
    • construction of the human soul: the mind, in so far as it is
    • far as they are differentiated. However, these nuances have
    • problem for them. Everything else is only a result as far as
    • thinking only so far that one tries whether the Trinity is
    • question at that time, how far can one reach with the human
    • so far with Christology that one could pursue the redemption
    • intellect can understand only so far that it can say, the world
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    • taking anthroposophical views seriously. They are as far remote from
    • sets them far away from belief in reincarnation and karma. Now the
    • with their pursuits and studies—that is, in so far as these
    • have no significance except in so far as they are transformed. If,
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    • transformation and in so far as it lacks effectiveness, rectifies
    • environment. We must far rather assume that there too our karma is at
    • investigation leads us farther. We erect barricades against the
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    • friend was probably right, as far as most men of the modern age are
    • accepting Copernicanism; he must far rather externalise his thinking.
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    • to see the matter in its true light. The parallelism goes so far that
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    • karma must pass into the consciousness of men far more deeply than
    • elementary schools. As far as the effect upon the human soul is
    • Copernicanism and the anthroposophical world-conception, in so far as
    • period only between birth and death? As far as the one life is
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    • ordinary sense. It is far rather a matter of what is required for
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    • We must realise that the nature and being of man appear far more
    • “world of Reason” (Vernunftwelt); it is so far above
    • common with the minerals: that the physical body, in so far as it is
    • however, continues only as far as the middle of the body for there is
    • had a violent temper as a child and then thinks of how far this
    • In so far as they express themselves, these qualities are to be found
    • as unconscious, germinal realities of being, lies in the past so far
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    • real knowledge of the world know that far, far stronger effects
    • power to create for ourselves health or illness in so far as these
    • finding no other occupation in the same place is driven far away
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    • ages in the remote past and receive indications, too, about the far
    • wisdom. Do not imagine that the astral body of man today is as far
    • far, far higher level than the physical body. Today the physical body
    • developed as far as the physical body of today; it will have behind it
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    • must far rather be seen in your eyes, ears and other sense organs.
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    • the Moon had no need to descend as far as the physical body here on
    • gaseous substances of the Sun had so far densified that they produced
    • known in the old alchemical times, and the farther back we go, the
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    • recapitulating Moon gradually matured so far that it could throw out
    • matured far enough for the Ego to be incorporated Thus we now have
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    • correspond to this. In the Atlantean these two points were still far
    • the groups of people who later moved farther to the east. There in
    • Farther to the north we have the Medes and Persians, the original
    • so far in fact that the fifth Roman king, the Etruscan, comes from
    • We have followed the course of mankind as far as the time in which we
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    • in space. If you look in space to a point far off, let us say the
    • be led to that bond of brotherhood far rather through something else,
    • harmony have not penetrated far enough into the truth — thence
    • will progress on our earth as far as it is possible under the
    • will have progressed so far that it can appear as a creator,
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    • himself thus far in his life of feeling, nor does this sign fail to
    • deepens oneself in the following: How would it fare with you if the
    • week-long, month-long one must live in the feeling: How would it fare
    • on the head. This is the sign that he has advanced far enough in his
    • himself. When a man has advanced far enough in this fundamental
    • advanced so far he must say: I have already accustomed myself to look
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    • to his ancestors of faraway back generations, and unites
    • And one can truly say, that in the multifarious interpretations
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    • This was carried very far. Whole books were written in this
    • hints at them?’ — So far he gets; to clumsily hinting at
    • he carries it on further, as far as to a kind of comprehension
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    • Stifter, made him read to her the poems which he had so far
    • connection, and on something that will lead back far into the
    • one-third, by a minority, so far managed to obtain civic
    • — So far have we come already in our reception of the
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    • up some sort of verbal explanation, to spare himself as far as
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    • spread abroad under it, so far as it is a word with an historic
    • people do not get so far as really to put this gulf plainly
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    • world with it, was so far a fact of great importance. But what
    • far one could go.
    • Time notion so far out of account in this book. In the
    • show the materialistic West, how far superior the spiritual
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    • can remember, too, how in Munich, when we had got so far as
    • spiritual society. To post up far-reaching ideals in so many
    • far on paper as a general sketch, in The Spiritual Guidance
    • person!’ but, without going so far, one might, at any rate,
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    • by the end of the second period we had got so far that it was
    • so far that it possessed a store of spiritual wealth, of
    • obligations of a far higher kind, obligations that are many
    • under a far greater, a multiple degree of obligation. They are
    • obligations of a far higher kind, obligations that are many
    • under a far greater, a multiple degree of obligation. They are
    • a year ago; because things had not then gone so far, because
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    • push on as far as history, as far as historic life, with the
    • so the men of modern times, in so far as they can feel, in so
    • far as they have hearts in their bodies, suffer unconsciously
    • the Philosophy of Freedom is very far short of being
    • men looked through the microscope as far as ever one can see,
    • self-recollection so far as to ask, whe