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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • that happens to him as if karma was a fact, will find that his
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • times that are not so far behind us, we find that even the leading
    • Meyreder. You can find different views catalogued elsewhere so
    • physiological standpoint, one finds gentleness, mildness and calmness
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • majority of people and you will find a very strange but fairly common
    • It is the same thing which, in the Christian religion, we find
    • sensation (Empfindung) of pleasure or pain, for one cannot speak of
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
    • And it is from this that you find everywhere the comparison of the
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • the standpoint of spiritual science, we find that his etheric body
    • by comparing men with the multitudes of animals, find distributed
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • find the right path to satisfy their needs with a vegetable or meat
    • either the plants or animals. We find that we indeed penetrate into
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • in which we can find our bearings only by summoning the findings of
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • If we look into early post-Atlantean times, we would find that men
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • consider the numerous cases in which people can never find where they
    • put things. One has lost his pencil, another cannot find his cufflinks, etc.,
    • she takes it off in the evening, and then cannot find it in the morning. You
    • succeed, but if I make a habit of it, I will find that my forgetfulness
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • and you will find it will do much to strengthen your will.
    • that is to be criticized objectively from something that we find
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • of humanity, turns his gaze on ancient times, he finds a trend that
    • culminates in the Greco-Roman epoch. He finds that then humanity as a
    • could find a connection with the divine essence only by going out of
    • essence while still retaining his humanity. He could now find Christ
    • became possible for man to find Christ by deepening and strengthening
    • will find within yourself that element in which your soul is immersed
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • find a path leading through a human being into the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • we try to find them again today.
    • cavern finds three coffins guarded by a hermit. There are characteristic
    • in the painting. Thus we find in a painting of the Middle Ages the mystery
    • above the three coffins, we find that we must, indeed, penetrate the
    • angels have been depicted by the artist as children. Here we find a
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • We can search through the entire evolution of the world without finding a
    • and find them selfless. If we, understanding this, have become grateful to
    • different in the spiritual world, “I find the way to you so easily
    • because you are finding evermore the way to make spiritual science into an
    • living, they will find those souls most intensive who are penetrated and
    • in order to find a dwelling in the souls of men. Spiritual science is to be
    • the message, telling how Christ may find that dwelling in human souls. If
    • Christ will find His abode in men's earthly souls, then the Christ power
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • we are looking at the qualities of water as we find it around us. Then
    • precise research they find that, although sensory perception (if one
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • to touch on the principles of the topic under discussion. You can find
    • of his awakening spiritual senses, just as he finds his way into his
    • science presents its findings, although this means that spiritual
    • science is subject to the same prejudices as the initial findings
    • field. But if you study the matter in more detail, you will find that
    • of the spiritual researcher, we find that they all had mystery places
    • of strength whereby every soul can find its way into the spiritual
    • science whether it opposes what it finds in Christianity! It affirms
    • emotion. Let people argue whether or not the findings of spiritual
    • Christianity. Anyone familiar with modern culture will find that it is
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • purely by intellectual means, it is not surprising to find that there
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • immensely important task of finding the equilibrium between East and
    • age, that is, finding the equilibrant relationship between Lucifer
    • philosophy, we find a vague and stifling quality that the Central
    • prevented the war! Only in this fashion will it be possible to find
    • When they find a rock, they conjecture that the victim had stumbled
    • the findings of modern physics
    • spiritual scientist who can clearly demonstrate that truth finds its
    • the roses, keeping only the latter, one would nor find the proper
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • finding lecturers and providing opportunities for people who may not
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • find contentment. Only chaos can prevail there. The one and only
    • is true and must be striven for, is what we try to find in spiritual
    • find in Soloviev's writings, I have given you a concrete instance of
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • may also find this in my writings
    • We may find a description
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • of necessity, presented by the life in which the human being finds himself
    • to a picture of the world in which the essential being of man finds no place.
    • cannot even find a way of comprehending what underlies matter. Natural science
    • People delude themselves into finding it illuminating, for one has only to
    • admired by many who desire to find an adequate concept of the world in
    • uniting themselves with earth life. But the repose which these beings find
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • Such things sound paradoxical today; many people find them absurd or
    • Aquinas is of the opinion that the Praeambula Fidei can never find a way
    • particular branch of philosophical thought can find the conclusions of
    • Anyone who finds that work done by him is arousing opposition should not
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • folly will find special satisfaction in calling attention to phenomena of
    • permanent root will be surprised to find that it awakens hostility. But it
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Only now are they finding their way into his soul-nature. For the
    • uncomfortable to speak of actualities to-day. Many people find the
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Now, if these things are to count for us, then we must find social
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • understand the evolutionary tendency. It is not a matter of finding
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • will often find quoted today by most socialist writers: “Workers of
    • passing on to the people of the Asiatic countries — one finds an
    • again. We find a special disposition, a special mission for all who
    • the age. In my lectures on the European folk souls, you will find what
    • thinking — and you will find the thoughts strongly linked to solid
    • mind — you will find that they are more an aesthetic shaping of
    • If you turn to the Central European people what will you find, when
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • developed through the centuries to the condition in which it finds
    • first time, that the essentially corpse-like quality in the findings of
    • we find a really gifted man such as
    • and apprehended in the spirit, will human souls find harmony again.
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • the process of digesting too well, you may find you will not be able to
    • earth to find the forces of the earth's interior would be absolutely wrong.
    • You would only find earth substances. The forces that are active in the earth
    • in the right way, you will find an opportunity somewhere in life of
    • you understand it properly, you will find an opportunity to make use of
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • In every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • fluid, inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • Directly we reflect about man in this way we find that it is
    • organism, to the etheric body, we find within it the conceptual
    • Ether, Warmth-Ether, Light-Ether, Life-Ether, and in addition we find
    • on waking, finds that he is feverish or is suffering from some kind of
    • is related to what is on the left, we shall find that they
    • If you read the literature of modern psychology you will find the most
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • honest modern scientist can find reality.
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • So when we study the whole man we find a bridge between moral
    • for example in warmth. Then it is possible to find the connection
    • be possible to find any transition to the life of soul from this
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • If we review all the thoughts we have formulated, we shall find in
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • we find freedom in the life of thought and love in the life of will,
    • you find nothing. In other words, you have a picture — nothing
    • before birth, and therefore they called the findings of mathematics
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • unfolds in man when, as a free being, he finds his way into pure
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • history you will find no thought as widely understandable or having as much
    • Golgotha, we find that, although the achievements of the peoples in all the
    • Golgotha. Furthermore, we find we can only understand what has happened
    • it necessary — if we leave aside such views, we find that even the most
    • Augustine we continually find such allusions. Even in Scholasticism we find
    • body away. Isis, the spouse of Osiris, sets out on her search and finds him
    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and hearts of the
    • may be sunk into the earth. No, in a sense, we must find the Isis legend
    • imaginatively, as the Egyptians did. But we must find the right Isis
    • of Christ Jesus, insight into his being. This is what we must find again
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • and misfortune of our time are due to this — we cannot find the courage to
    • human beings find the power represented by the holy Sophia. The modern age
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • In the Gospels we find a twofold announcement of the birth of Christ
    • science of humanity in olden times, we find its content essentially
    • perceiving with eyes and ears, we find it to be the externalized inner
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • making the effort to find it, and by discovering how the Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • the path to knowledge; for on that path he would inevitably find
    • We find thus in Greek times the heliocentric conception of the world;
    • we find the very same picture as we have to-day of man's place in the
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • strenuous efforts required for finding one's way to clear conceptions
    • find it to be very much the same. The life of feeling is a kind of
    • but as spirit, he finds that he is also now within the inner being of
    • to recognise, and be within, our own spirit, then we shall find we are
    • world, we shall find the spirit. And then we shall have the right
    • world in its infinite variety and richness. In order that we may find the
    • world again — in order, that is, that we may find the spirit in the
    • lies in his own being, and finds himself in the presence of the
    • spiritual science will find himself continually face to face with this
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • made it possible for the true Sun-Mystery to find its way to men.
    • existence. Through spiritual-scientific development we must find it
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • find that grammar was not the abstract subject it is today but that
    • of the day find nothing right in what I have written, for example, in
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • on what they find there, they are cast back and disappear again. It is
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • For this purely spiritual sense of being that we find existing with
    • a sadness that can only find consolation if the sense of beauty is
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • Suppose that we observe an animal during the course of a year. We will find
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • — we find that they too experienced, more or less instinctively, the
    • died out. Among more advanced humanity, therefore, we will not find that
    • are revealed most clearly, we find that its experience spans a comparatively
    • find certain observable laws in the development of humanity. We can compare
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • If we look back to ancient times in human history we shall find, scattered
    • about the inhabited earth, what are know as the Mysteries. We find that
    • more particularly in regard to culture and the life of the soul. We find
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • Thyself’, and looks back upon himself, he will not find his full human
    • dignity there. He will not find it in earthly life before death. He will only
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • from ordinary substances that we find in our environment and use for
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • world to find out everything, while it is difficult if one has to work in
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • findings of the entire contemporary official natural science. It was under
    • how one can find the relationship of a remedy which has been taken from
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • Thus one can find, for example, how the process which is contained in
    • there one can naturally find out many things; for purposes of diagnoses
    • the plant. Thus one finds relationships between the forces which are in
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • Otherwise one does things by trial and error in order to find out how
    • antimony will provide a good example for finding the proper method of
    • and it is up to others to find the ways and means to make use of them.
    • That is the essential point. People must find the right ways and means to
    • Starting from there one can also find one's way to those methods
    • But one will find over and again that especially in so-called mental illness
    • the physical-therapeutic methods you also find curative eurythmy.
    • healthy human organism, then one can also find the corresponding
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • and you will very likely find: ‘I entered on the path leading to this
    • find that it all works out. They will be able to say: ‘There was a
    • Ich werde es aber wieder finden,
    • But I shall find it again
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Earth since his death. He finds the way to tell what remains of Raphael in
    • understanding. But he does not find the possibility to give a picture of the
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • live; and then, after you have gone through the gate of death, you will find
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • society that does not understand them. We must find again, through an
    • This is what we must find again: What did the risen Christ tell to
    • modern man finds it very difficult to understand that the first men
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • the early Middle Ages we find, even in Dante and in spite of
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Renaissance. During the early middle ages we find, even in Dante
    • difficult to find a concept of guilt in this sense in any of his
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • can find its place. This Form, this external Form of Society must
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • never find a Circle in the World, which will not confirm for thee in
    • the finite through Infinitesimal Calculus. Here we find ourselves
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • People to-day still find difficulty in acquiring knowledge of the
    • occult fact. We shall find that precisely when we are speaking about
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • you may find it difficult to understand.
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • gentlemen, when you dissect a corpse, you will find that the right
    • where the nerves are, you will find that there are nerves everywhere
    • Nowadays we find
    • you like, but based on the earth alone you won't find an
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • likes and dislikes. You will find in the works of Aristotle, for
    • materialistic. In the writings of Aristotle you can find, for
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • inability to find the spiritual, but also an inability to understand
    • This middle condition, he finds, emerges when rational necessity bows
    • could not go so far as to see that the activity which finds material
    • have, in order that we may find our place in the world in the right
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • me to find that I am not virtuous.” That is his satirical comment
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • do we find no trace of the peculiar way of thinking we are impelled to
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • world and to find there the human being. This is still rejected, even
    • Riddles of the Soul, you will find that revelation corresponds
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • reality of the entire cosmos in order to find man in it, it is
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • knowledge of our times; we can find traces of it only in traditions
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • you will find
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • these will tend increasingly to become experiences of decline. We find
    • healing. This is a truth that must now begin once more to find its way
    • zenith — far from it! For example, you can find today in the
    • source of light. And you will find that wherever people follow this
    • so-called exact sciences; you will find them presented there today. If
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • When we study the forces of foodstuffs, we find that, to begin with,
    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • the so-called tympanum or drum. Behind this you find a number of
    • but it is just in so doing that he finds himself. Here upon Earth we
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • But we find the spiritual sphere, as soon as we reach up to it,
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • fruits of occult science do, of course, find their way out into the world
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • definite colour ... You will always find a colour which is fundamental in
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • as you will find in the description of world-evolution in my
    • first thing that they will find when they enter the
    • second stage of sleep, as I have said, we find in the surging
    • being of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and so on. But we find
    • ourselves as well. We find ourselves as beings of soul; not,
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • to-day. We have to learn to find again a deeper and deeper meaning in
    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • immoral being. He must strip them off, and find his way into the
    • finds the following.
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • from the word — of finding real Being in what is at first only
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • Gnostic Christ, if you will; so that by the Middle Ages we find
    • rituals with the essential features in the various Gospels we find,
    • we shall not set any less value on the Gospels because we find in
    • can find in his innermost being. Therefore the effect of true
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • which man finds himself in regard to the world is not the true one;
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
    • power that binds all beings; in this self-conquest he first finds his
    • own true being, as all humanity can indeed find itself in Christ.”
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • mathematical concepts. Men must have patience to find their bearings
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • In motif after motif we find Richard Wagner expressing in the tones of
    • And now, if we turn to Lohengrin, what do we find? Lohengrin is
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
    • Wherever we look we find that as an artist and as a human being,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • acquired by reason, as we find it in Scholasticism. Knowledge through
    • shall find that the characteristics of this knowledge through
    • But then we find that from the fifth century A.D. onwards, this old
    • This is what we find to-day in famous histories of philosophy and
    • will there find peoples who give names to their Gods. Turn to the
    • A.D. we find a School which began to oppose the ancient principle of
    • Beings. As Christianity began to find its way into Roman culture, the
    • you will find the same. According to the Egyptian priests, a God and
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • it can find, on the one hand, the mechanization of the spirit, the
    • for there you will find that these things
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • you will find that they describe all the other beings in such a
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • doing so. But in his books we may find the following peculiar
    • contained in the astral body. And again, we find that if nothing else
    • brain; such a lot, that many people find it is too much to learn all
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • shall find in the four Karamasov brothers four human beings who
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • temples of Greece, we find that they retain the basic principle of
    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • It is within man that we find the holy of holies —
    • accessible only to those who can find the way from the outer to the
    • deeply concealed in man as to be unable to find expression in his
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • strike upon the walls they will find something to which they are so
    • men of old, for finding styles of architecture and of building and
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • whether what I now have to say will find an echo or not! When we read
    • celebrates its resurrection. Nobody will rejoice to find the world
    • the question of whether Anthroposophy will find a wider response in
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • constitute a Neo-Semitic civilization. We find the happenings of most
    • connected more with the place than with the racial stock. We find Zeus
    • find there a very strong Atlantean element. The Etruscan colony,
    • When we survey the course of the whole development, we find that the
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • we must find our way to it again, for only when we can feel His
    • spiritual insight will find it as I have said. He will see at the
    • following is what we find: — First there were the more
    • shall we find the spiritual World again?” But in the Mysteries
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • From his knowledge of spiritual worlds he finds the
    • being will find as it were its summation in the spontaneous inner
    • destiny if in this earthly life he does not find the Christ who can
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    • If we consider the relationship man has to-day to language, we find
    • the Greek civilisation, we find that man's relation to language
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • even only as far as ancient Egypt and Chaldea, we find in every land
    • speech or language, then we find that the language of feeling
    • obliged to turn to the past for Imaginations, to find in the
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • Asia things have not yet gone so far, but as we go West we find
    • which finds its culmination in the Mystery of Golgotha with the
    • writings, but earnest and persistent work is needed to find them
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    • the learning will not be of the kind that finds favour to-day. It
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    • to find what is hidden there, in the depths of the soul.
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • and further down, we find at length what plays upward into the soul
    • will find such hints at one place and another, albeit they are rather
    • difficulties through our own conduct — which difficulties find
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • it. Then, when we have got rid of it, then do we find within us —
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
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    • Tacitus; there Tacitus also describes the Gods that he finds in the
    • Gods whom he finds there. In spite of the fact that the Gods whom he
    • and could give them the Roman names. We find in the ‘Germania’
    • the Greeks find a certain relationship between their own conception
    • It is, of course, quite unthinkable that one would find the same
    • deeper, one finds that the Greeks had the consciousness that these
    • Prometheus myth, the Greek already desired to find some kind of
    • You can still find this knowledge in Jacob Boehme and Paracelsus,
    • ‘Earth’ — not the ordinary earth which we find
    • one cannot find in what is said about lightning and thunder; for the
    • deeper is the natural science one finds in it, only a different one,
    • human being on the physical plane if one wants to find Osiris, one
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    • find the corpse; that means to find the picture-script transformed
    • into the letter-script — to find the corpse of Osiris. The
    • Now today you find in
    • and it all points to how man sought to find a recognizable connection
    • You will always find, however, that what on the one hand, rightly
    • And when you find
    • said, an immensely clever literature exists which seeks to find out
    • were, must take place: man must find the way back again to the
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
    • find forms of experience which are common to the dead and the
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    • further sought to find our way again, from a certain aspect, in the
    • Testament. The search of many human beings to find their right way
    • one finds a second time what one has found a first time, one takes
    • concepts that he could find and convince one that all these
    • have now been collected. For one still finds in these popular
    • must draw near the human soul, if the soul is to find what is so
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    • of painting everything in glowing colours must not find entry into
    • the way, and can, if he proceeds rightly, find the way into the
    • spiritual world. In particular he can find the way to his true, his
    • if a man will — but he must will — of his finding
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    • To be sure, one might find it today reactionary if such a man as
    • Napoleonic age. And he finds that the deeper reason of the disorder
    • nevertheless, with this feeling he finds support in the already
    • scientific writers. It is not very often that one finds that someone
    • present time, one can always find in it something new that grips the
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    • ‘The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas’.] You will find
    • head however will look to the heart and will find there the mysteries
    • learn; I must first be as old as he before I can find it in myself.
    • mystery for me, since I can hear it from his mouth, but cannot find
    • organism. One could find one's way about in it up to now, if one
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    • often find themselves
    • find water or metals under the earth by means of the divining-rod. In
    • as scientific findings, since Professor Benedict has published the
    • physical aura which Professor Benedict is able to find by natural
    • nationalistic. All the dividing of men into groups that finds a place
    • we come down to earth from the spiritual world, to find a place in a
    • He finds in the out-streaming substance, forces which take him into
    • real being of soul and spirit fairly early finds its spiritual grave
    • find my grave, has but a transitory appearance in the cosmos.’
    • One can find examples
    • been very well received in Switzerland. But one can find remarkable
    • mankind. For do we not find that journalists — with all respect
    • be it spoken — write what they find accepted as general
    • time, so that man can find on earth what he formerly received from
    • Aphorisms of Novalis you find the beautiful expression — I have
    • take all earlier wars you will always find that fundamentally in
    • history and not find it. You can take such grievous events in earlier
    • Mongols, and you will always find that they were quite definite
    • you will and you will find that it was certain territorial changes,
    • event for humanity. Men no longer find from out their soul the
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    • still find the after-effects of the etheric body, that is to say, all
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • Indeed he finds in the very surprise awakened by his results a sort
    • spiritual researcher finds that it is made especially complicated
    • must contrast this with another European population, which we find in
    • from the outside than from the inside. That is why we find in America
    • place. Hence we find the souls who were incarnated in the south
    • in American Indian bodies. Over in Asia we find the souls who lived
    • intellectualism. In this we also find something hinted at, but in an
    • is not only in science that we find materialism, but throughout all
    • announce the results of their spiritual research; for we shall find
    • very awareness really to find the basis from which he, in his
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    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • walk, to find equilibrium, to differentiate the functions of feet and
    • sleep. We can then find the way rightly into the spiritual world
    • find our way into the spiritual world to live out there our life
    • in his human environment, he does not find a true link with the
    • we find the details uniting and forming one whole. Contradictions may
    • finds his true bearings in Anthroposophy. More important than the
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    • at the poems he composed in his youth and we shall find that there
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • agreement. Goethe could never fully find his way into the view of the
    • Scotus Erigena in the ninth century will find no trace of similarity
    • That is why it is so wonderful to find reference in certain
    • the third millennium B.C., we find a life of soul
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    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • they find descriptions of how the human being, in his primeval forms, was
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    • that they could find the soul-spiritual by seeking it in the ordinary
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    • the world. In our modern civilisation we find that what is contained
    • of the ancient Mystery-sites. You may find these things
    • anthroposophical literature. There, you will find that an ancient
    • Egyptian conceptions of medicine, we shall find that the doctor was
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    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • particular task. You will find this in many of my lectures. And we
    • these etheric bodies will find that among the many fruits that will
    • we but find the possibility of recognising what is taking place now,
    • a prey to Lucifer and Ahriman, if we do not find the possibility of
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • perception of taste. We find that while the sense of taste is
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • investigate outer nature to find out the true configuration of salt.
    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
    • very different from what they now find (i.e., at the beginning of our
    • search is made for an indication of this ancestor, we find
    • are by no means so opposed to Philistinism that they would find it
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
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    • IT IS A NECESSITY OF OUR EARNEST TIMES TO FIND AGAIN
    • We find instead that
    • further we go back, the more we find in ancient times — in the
    • be read, he says, in such a way as to find in them only the man,
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • only find where anthroposophical Spiritual Science is making its way
    • mind and heart, do not immediately find their way to the
    • the principle that he who finds his way into it knows that what is
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • spiritual truths. They will then find the way, which will be on the
    • no significance for those who find the way into Anthroposophy, but is
    • intended for those who, to begin with, cannot find this way. And as
    • there are numbers of people who cannot find their way into the
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
    • because it does not at once succeed in finding adherents among
    • I know, my dear friends, that there are always some who find it
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
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    • the etheric body, we shall find that it is neither visible nor
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • crossed the portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it
    • were. The word “to find” really applies to physical
    • which souls approach other souls. This “finding” of the
    • that he should leave the spiritual world. Now he must once more find
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • should also be able to find in evolution a stage that reveals this
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • were, so that his soul may find from various sides what it requires,
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    • spiritual, psychological and practical conditions they find
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • justifiably so dissatisfied with. One finds satisfaction in the
    • people find anthroposophy a rewarding subject to write about; these
    • also find the strength needed to bring through to a wholesome
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    • the least endowed with this modesty. They either explain what they find in
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
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    • memory. Every question of this kind that might be asked will find an
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    • must the matter be taken superficially. You can find plenty of
    • to try to find the setting that will have just the right effect on
    • the character of the ego. To find the right cure, you need, in
    • still runs late. For you would find, on closer examination, that the
    • diet and finding the right balance between what a person enjoys and
    • is the place to use the remedies you find in the plants and minerals.
    • a certain way in the glandular system, we must find the remedy that
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    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
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    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
    • in four times seven days because this rhythm was to find its
    • world with a consciousness for these things, will find in some
    • have spiritual scientific knowledge, and that it has to find its way
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    • man's being. We want to start there today and find an answer to the
    • have to look once again to the great cosmic relationships to find the
    • Moon and Earth existence. If we look back to our old Moon we find
    • cosmic evolution. If we were to study them today we would find that
    • at Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth, we find four, then the Moon in
    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
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    • as an individual, we find something else that gives them a more
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
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    • In the smallest most insignificant things of life we can find the
    • animal nature, and these are just those qualities that find their
    • everything spiritual in man finds expression in the body, and the
    • man we find his individual character written in his face.
    • a little imagination to find the reasons why this must be so.
    • it could find no outlet for the individual work of the ego. Imagine
    • really enquire into it you will find that laughter can always be
    • You can always find this statement verified. Whether you are laughing
    • poets often find such beautiful words for the kind of sorrow and joy
    • seeking the causes of laughter and weeping in himself but finding
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    • find this corroborated by history, either in what you learnt at
    • the inhabitants of those regions that we find at the North Pole today
    • lands. For in Lemurian times we find the members of mankind with the
    • such a nature that we cannot even find remains; the substance was so
    • have been able to find suitable bodies. The underdeveloped bodies of
    • Atlantean population: Where the people are small we find great
    • find echoes of these facts in the Bible, if you cared to look for
    • population we find survivors of the kind of people who had not
    • Africa and the countries of Europe, too, in earlier times, you find a
    • I do not find my innermost being within me, I find it in Brahma by
    • we would find this more and more the further back we went. Just think
    • that certain sections of the earth's inhabitant's did not find it
    • being, which I find to be the highest thing within men when I look
    • the ego, and they were so to say convinced that they could find
    • finding the wisdom of the world in all its different aspects. And we
    • then in the anthroposophical movement we shall really find the right
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    • if you take the small seed of the lily of the valley you will find
    • we find that on Saturn there could be no question of man being able
    • or merely chase after the thief to find him, but observes in such a
    • we find that apart from the nations and apart from all the other
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    • who seriously studies this book will find that it already contained
    • and, being aware of their task in the present age, they will find
    • enters the spiritual world it finds itself in a sphere in which it is
    • find that the knowledge we are trying to promote here is too baffling
    • shall find that the posture then assumed by the physical body is
    • diminished activity of the etheric body and Ego, we shall find the
    • spirits, spirits who find it extremely difficult to move away from
    • of true religion — will find themselves firmly imprisoned and
    • be quite unable to find one another.
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    • deal will consist in the communication of findings of investigation
    • Ego, as ‘I’; he finds himself so at home in his ‘I’
    • morning he will find that a great deal of what his memory has
    • shall find that what rises up into consciousness has a certain
    • ‘I’. The reason why, in spite of this, we find our ‘I’
    • human beings but to understand and find points of contact with all
    • of the different faiths we find one outstanding characteristic,
    • me say this: In the Sun sphere we find two thrones. From the throne
    • picture of Christ. If we can find the Akashic picture of Christ it
    • lectures. But it has become possible to find that picture only
    • Now we shall understand and find support for what we
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    • find Anthroposophy he might himself have become a very good adherent.
    • finds its way into the hearts of men it will in very truth bridge the
    • attention to the teachings of Anthroposophy men will find the ways
    • would find that these inexplicable pictures indicate something that
    • of the wheels? No, we look at our watch in order to find out the
    • was an innkeeper (Wirt) and he promised to find the most
    • able to find his way to the girl's soul, and with him she shared her
    • findings of occult investigation when the investigator knows from his
    • in the world. When someone asserts that the findings of occult
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    • evolution — which you will find described in the book
    • study Eastern writings, you will find a statement that is exactly the
    • Vedanta writings you will find it stated that the part of man of
    • gradually find that they lack the life-giving forces they need.
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    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • Earth through birth we find quite different conditions of existence.
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    • finding his bearings in the physical world. Which part of him is most
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    • hardly find two human beings whose memories go back to exactly the
    • shall find that the cessation of growth may be compared with some
    • back only a few hundred years to find that conditions were very
    • you will find a great deal on the subject of spiritual
    • find, for example, that there is a deeply significant truth in the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, we find that after death men had an active,
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    • the reality. You can find books on physics and even on physiology
    • given on 14th August, 1872, you will find a peculiar expression for
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    • not only find himself living amid a multitude of super-sensible facts
    • cases the seer will very often find that their previous history was
    • about religion pumped into them, we find that they do not of
    • Anyone who is alert to his surroundings will find that
    • mentality was caused, the seer often finds that this type of human
    • incarnation, we should find that during that period such human beings
    • preceding the last two incarnations? We should find that they had
    • sequence of three such earthly lives, we find that in the first, the
    • became morose and hypochondriacal, finding everything distasteful.
    • are sojourning after death, he will find among them those who during
    • dead we find souls who for a certain length of time in the
    • simply die and then, after death, find a teacher who might take the
    • an exceptional case. The general rule is that after death we find
    • It is in this sense that Anthroposophy should find entry
    • our own being a stream of spirituality may find its way into
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    • will find that all the experiences in these regions correspond
    • Active Soul-Force and you will find that they agree, that in one case
    • the soul passes into cosmic-spiritual life and finds its place in the
    • Spiritland you will find the following passage. [See
    • shall find that this second region, the ‘oceanic’ region
    • of Spiritland, we shall find that it corresponds with the influences
    • ‘atmospheric’ region, you will find again what has been
    • able to put self-knowledge into practice can the soul find entrance
    • Golgotha. You will find the most detailed account of this in the
    • conditions, and you will find that the two descriptions are in
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    • Anthroposophy in our present age will find it necessary to clear away
    • evolution. We need only take a certain thought, and we shall find it
    • the souls of men with regard to the life of thought. We find that a
    • world, we certainly find there nothing that is known to-day about the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but we find an infinite deepening of thought
    • cosmic evolution. They find it a great relief, these souls of today,
    • so we often find souls who are greatly comforted when they can apply
    • the Gnosis that the world in which he finds himself, the world he
    • proceeds from Him do we find something to which the soul can struggle
    • Aeon. And there we find the Divine Sophia, the Divine Wisdom. She had
    • complicated concepts — thirty Aeons — in order to find in
    • find in the soul the longing for the Divine Sophia and the Holy
    • everywhere with this deepening of Greek thought we find that other
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    • that works in the realms of humanity. But the Christ Being could find
    • culture-epoch, we find that the possibility of understanding Christ
    • culture-epochs, we find the Bible itself indicating that a certain
    • finding their way to a real understanding of what is happening.
    • nature of Christ Jesus, we find endless theological wrangling; and
    • contrast, if we look at it impartially, we find something which
    • the Prophets, we find, have to a greater or lesser degree something
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we should find that at least those who had
    • the spiritual powers connected with wind and water and fire find
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    • Even if we take only the physical sun into account, we find that its
    • with many gods and spiritual beings whom we find in the West. I could
    • everything we find handed down by the Bible from Hebrew antiquity
    • find them constantly related to activities of the Earth. Moses goes
    • everywhere we should find that the spirit of Earth prevails in all
    • should find them permeated with Geology, in the sense meant here.
    • without any preconceptions, we find that they were endeavouring,
    • one and we should find that they live in the midst of the forces
    • will find that the prophet sets himself — and that is the aim
    • this find expression? Not as inspiration, so that morality springs
    • first find God entering into a covenant with his people.
    • spiritually from West to East in order to find his way into the
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    • lecture-courses, and if you feel about it as I do, you will find,
    • errors, and again finds the way to the Holy Grail, he is told that
    • I sought an answer to the question — Where will you find the
    • work that you find on the right-hand side as you enter — the
    • I find the name of Parsifal inscribed on the Holy Grail? For it had
    • Parsifal comes to a lonely place and finds two men: one is steering a
    • with the hermit and then set out again to find the Holy Grail. And it
    • so happens that he finds the Grail shortly or directly before the
    • And now, as my concern was to find the Vessel, I was at
    • And finds within a chapel cell
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    • then we find it symbolised in the old Hebrew tradition through Eve.
    • we find a certain man, deeply bound up with the spiritual life of the
    • souls there would not be harmony everywhere. In human souls we find
    • knowledge, what do we find? Who is he, this Parsifal? He is ignorant
    • when men would find the possibility of rising above the bonds which
    • Astrology. A man had to raise himself if he was to find the old
    • everywhere. In human souls we find harmonious pre-dispositions of an
    • one day find themselves in agreement with what is here meant by the
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    • look out to the stars in cosmic space we do not at first find what
    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • Scientist. He will find nothing among the forces disclosed in the
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • we still find today these ancient Saturn laws, still find what cannot
    • Moon laws we find something not so spiritual. But this too has
    • towards that which rules in the astral body and finds its embodiment
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • produced entirely out of the inner being. And everywhere we find that
    • one were to go still farther back into ancient times one would find
    • public. The anthroposophist will find it however if he reads the book
    • living. And it is just through Spiritual Science that we find
    • when, as we have tried to show today, one finds the transition from
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    • find the abstract truths that are the pride of present-day humanity.
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • problem but cannot get to the root of it, will find, if he is patient
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • find the thoughts of the whole universe if we are capable of gaining
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    • lives upon the earth?” — we shall find in every case that
    • arisen in our present time. When we revert to earlier times we find
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    • more exactly, we find that there is a certain mutual interplay,
    • perhaps, he finds himself obliged to do this or that by way of
    • celestial) in this world, once more, we find beings who are just as
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • Whatever we find blameworthy in him, we put it down to him. The dead
    • inspirations which the dead was sending in towards him might find
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • on our finding ourselves obliged, here or there, to free ourselves
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    • that he finds out how hydrogen and oxygen combine into water to be
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    • If we now come to the etheric body, we shall find that
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it were. The
    • words ‘to find’ really applies to physical conditions,
    • approach other souls. This ‘finding’ of the souls that
    • the spiritual world. Now he must once more find his way into the
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • fact visible even from the physical plane, we find it to be
    • If you go into Museums to-day, you will find skeletons
    • existence, the etheric body. We find, with the help of the elementary
    • to find a contact; it is a moving experience to follow, not only the
    • the chapter on the ethical effects of colours, you will find
    • colour. Thus we find that we can experience colours ... we can
    • we find contained the whole experience of “blue”.
    • only the etheric bodies which they have left behind. We cannot find
    • that he expresses this inner life in words or gestures, we find
    • will find what I am now experiencing.
    • thus find our way into what lies beyond the threshold — whence,
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • find for yourselves, in our already existing literature on this
    • will find, there, the irrefutable proof, furnished on the physical
    • you will find there, what they have to say about the soul-instrument.
    • You will find that these people express themselves, everywhere,
    • will, they cannot find a parallel bodily process. They cannot find
    • and psycho-physiologist — in his book, you can find most easily
    • Now could we really find any clearer scientific proof
    • scientist simply does not find it, indeed he rejects it and disavows
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    • man is going through to-day. In the same way we find beings of a
    • earth-existence, back to the Saturn stage, we find that those beings
    • the human beings on our earth, we shall find it comprehensible that
    • find something more which extends beyond the Folk-spirits, something
    • Thus for every epoch we can find the ‘Spirit of
    • earth according to spiritual science, you will find these repetitions
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    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • a living human being, we find that his etheric aura is united to him
    • Thus we find the Folk-spirits at work all over the
    • consciousness, when it studies the peoples, finds, strange to say,
    • Hierarchies; we shall then, so to speak, find the names of these
    • we spoke of yesterday — and you will also find it described in
    • the higher worlds, would certainly find the Archangels. But one must
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    • of man, we find it necessary to picture it as being threefold, as
    • would find much with which you are unacquainted, for Hegel's
    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • many different shades of folk character can find their expression.
    • case, you will find that it is here solely a question of a victory of
    • several events you will find that the opportunity was here made use
    • Spirits of Wisdom. You will find these different spiritual Beings
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    • active in him, we should find that these are the donors of the
    • according to their own nature, we find that their chief interest lies
    • that, if you come to think of it, you will no longer find it very
    • twenty-first year of his life, when he finds himself bound to the
    • If you now pass on further into Asia, you find a spot on
    • If we then go further from the East to the West, we find
    • find the very first starting-points of racial development in the
    • find it comprehensible when it is said, that men no longer proceed
    • a remarkable law when we follow this curve. We find it expressed even
    • extended. We find this again in the widely extended continent of
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    • civilization on the earth. Then we also find around us the
    • figure. If you go through all geometrical figures, you will find none
    • as the equilateral triangle. If you merely draw it, you will find the
    • Cherubim and Seraphim. If we wish to find these Spirits at work, we
    • must raise our vision to still higher worlds. But we find even in the
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    • sprang. We then come to Asia and find there the Venus-race or the
    • Mongolian race we find the Mars-race. We then pass over into the
    • domain of Europe and we find in the Europeans, in their basic
    • civilizations die, we then find the race of the dark Saturn, the
    • and more clearly, you find in these five planets the forces which
    • you will find it pointed out that in old Atlantis, in
    • If you now pass further over to Asia, you find there in
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    • last few days, you will find it comprehensible that not only a
    • we want to find the period when the division into the five principal
    • German mythology; there you find the trinity of Odin, Hœnir, Lœdur,
    • and so on. Everywhere you will find a trinity and this again divided
    • into a larger number. You find this peculiarity not only where myths
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    • find among Eastern peoples. We shall to-morrow try to find access to
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    • might possibly find it difficult to make this agree with what was
    • so to say, in order to merge into Brahma and to find Atma within
    • You will find, — for at the time of the writers of the Gospels
    • consciousness, and you will find this image made use of in this
    • the one you will find in modern books, for the latter is even more
    • instead of this external one, he would find that the Scandinavian
    • should everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter,
    • then find that this myth is formed for that clairvoyance. What does
    • Christ had appeared, one could only find old memories of the fact
    • through Whom ye will be able to find the connection with the Divine,
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    • did not find it in that way. There man had already evolved
    • all we find that people, that collection of peoples, that community
    • folk-characters in their light and shadow sides, you will find that
    • had been driven outwards, you will find that the great historical
    • impulse. You will also find that what took place there in the
    • find pictures in history which would show us how the basic forces
    • by science, you will find how extraordinarily illuminating these
    • instance, we find there in the East the following conception: The
    • In the East we find in the first place a distinct consciousness of a
    • fertilizing our earth, so do we find this heavenly world, the world
    • find them among the Slav peoples which have been pushed forward
    • towards the West. In no Western European mythology do we find this
    • conception so universal. We find in them clearly defined Divine
    • different worlds; these we find more in the Heavenly Father, the
    • find that one may say: Hegel understood Him as only the most refined,
    • Personality in Whose service man finds himself as ‘man with the
    • State and the people, which takes everything it finds in order to
    • Everything that we find in the East, from the general
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    • one may still find to-day in the Akashic Records. In the course of
    • Vanen you can still find one of the very oldest recollections of it.
    • away in the smallest of boxes — the human skull. You will find
    • Folk-spirit, by means of which the things we now find clairvoyantly
    • him in his soul, will find that in the twentieth century the capacity
    • Anthroposophy, and if we are to find in the world of Northern
    • all the ages, and that we shall find Him in all places,
    • find, that what has been said out of the sources of the Rosicrucian
    • you will find confirmation from this source. You must take nothing on
    • whom you know, and you will yourselves find confirmed what has been
    • we Anthroposophists go, whether far or near, may we always find
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • the Atlantean deluge, to find the epoch when the moon departed from the body of
    • find it if human beings are imbued with the thought of their existence. This
    • must be taken very seriously. What do we find today all over the civilised
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    • science finds it entirely comprehensible that many misunderstandings
    • science is will find that it bears no more resemblance to the Gnosis
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • building you will find that it has the peculiarity of having nothing at
    • is so. Instead of studying spiritual science themselves, people find
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    • we find that the Mysteries were institutions of men still possessed
    • accordance with true Christianity, this finding of the
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
    • because we can only become Man again in the true sense by finding the
    • to plunge down into the dark depths of midnight in order to find the
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • every means to understand the secrets of our existence, we shall find
    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • without significance that we find among the inhabitants of mountain
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • in all his works, whether he worked in stone or in color, we find a
    • This is the only thought we may find worthy to be set side by side with
  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • coming to us from Spiritual Science should find their place in this
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • own in spite of all the surrounding hubbub, and be able to find its
    • humanity, the more do we find a state of things that is nowadays
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • has taken the first steps towards initiation wants to find his way
    • spirituality finds access to him nevertheless.
    • given. I find that points I regard as important often do not appear
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
    • something that is ancient ... well, you will not be able to find it.
    • study life in the Middle Ages and on into modern times, we find, if
    • order to find the path into the spiritual world through all the
    • and find much that is imperfect in our Building, they may rest
    • assured that those who are actually working there will find many more
    • imperfections than the critics find — many, many more.
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    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha? In spiritual research one always finds
    • impossible to find a point of contact with modern modes of thinking.
    • necessary that a sense for reality should find its way into life.
    • Again we find people saying: The only thing to do is to believe in
    • discover that healthy, free minds can, after all, find their way to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • In the present time we find ulcerous growths in the human body, which
    • and you will find in it that Goethe incessantly tried to grasp the
    • to leaf. Here you may find the beginning of the knowledge which
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • When we survey our cultural environment, we do not find in it only
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • find in it that vivifying power which did not live in the earth
    • an effort to get up. You will find it difficult to get up if you
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • And that is why so many lies have to find a camping-ground in the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • relation to the scientific findings of our lime as regards their
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • one with it; we are finding our way to the Gods, and to our own
    • immortal soul, finding our way to what we shall experience in the
    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • filled with world content, then it is that he finds his true manhood.
    • spiritual knowledge. We do not, as a rule, find that the pursuit of
    • not expecting to find in them any ethical working. We boast that we
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • find our way into our body, to grow increasingly one with it, so do
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • In the present cycle of evolution this does not find
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • in the knowledge. Everyone will find his own way of doing this.
    • I, for example, find it necessary to fix the results of spiritual
    • personal in him, and he will find the way, as personal man, to the
    • in him that man finds his way to religion, and to all true artistic
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • all sides we find it confirmed that our age stands for the
    • prevail, war and strife would inevitably arise, and find their way
    • difficulty we find in understanding each other. I need only say —
    • group-soul element. We find its peoples making part of a social
    • about you and you will find that this is, in most cases, the sole
    • and when we find that they differ from it we criticise. No progress
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • first stirrings of a need to think freely, we find the opposing power
    • So we find the clash of sharp conflict between
    • of dogmatic religion, we already find it in medical circles where a
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • knows that there is only one way for the Angels to find solace, and I
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • consideration. Here, among its many enemies, we find a well-wisher of
    • goodwill, he may yet find his way to the “originality” of
    • sphere in order that they might find Him again shining up to them
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    • we find among others the one practised in the Orient within the culture
    • you will find that one of the first exercises shows how to
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • should confess today, in all sincerity, how difficult it is to find our
    • accompanied by a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by
    • forth to meet him from all sense-phenomena He had to find the way to a
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, He is here. But you must find Him; He must come again
    • find all manner of ingenious ways of accepting the cosmic jest —
    • accounted of outstanding importance. Yet throughout this work we find
    • feel these things deeply in their hearts. We shall never find a way out
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • also find the way to come to the super-sensible. At bottom, it is
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • knowledge, he must find the possibility, not to make confession of his
    • serve to show how urgent it is to find the way from the confession of
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    • the sowing and the reaping, we find all manner of quips, intended to
    • return to the old instincts. We want to find, out of a deeper
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • in the world. You will find silicious substance for example, in
    • pyramid; you will find the silicious substance, combined with oxygen,
    • On the other hand we find another kind of substance, which must occur
    • willing enough to set to work and find it.
    • grows too strong, may even find relief in thunderstorms. How
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    • if we wish to find what conditions are favourable to one plant or
    • certainly find them confirmed. This is the peculiar relation. If in
    • find that the Sun-influence goes as far as the heart and stops short
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    • which it finds expression. They do not penetrate to the relationships
    • substantiality. Wherever we find it in full action and inner
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • These two must come together. The oxygen must somehow find its way
    • oxygen-principle must somehow find its way. It must find access to
    • We shall find the Treatment of nitrogen, above all, infinitely
    • — it will find its way back again on to the fields. As human
    • definition, and find its way outward into the undefined chaos of the
    • Afterwards we put it to the test and find it confirmed. I in my
    • It finds a pillar of support in the configurative forces of limestone
    • Now we find limestone
    • there to find support in the silica, working formatively in the
    • cells. By a kind of inbreathing process it finds its way down there.
    • breathing, and where we find any other plants, there we are looking
    • to wait for the winter. Their growth is retarded when they find a
    • shall deal with this question tomorrow, and so find our way to the
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    • ethereal vitality. Hence you will find it easier to permeate ordinary
    • product in process of decomposition — you will find it easier
    • brought into a dead earth and find it difficult, out of its own vitality,
    • parasites — the minutest of living creatures — and find
    • try to find how the production may be made financially most profitable.
    • of to-day is incapable of following the matter up to the point of finding
    • It simply does not find the way to this.
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    • Here is a room; we find an extraordinary number of flies in it. Because
    • often find repeated in agricultural literature, in many variations.
    • is susceptible. You will find that it assumes a peculiar consistency
    • you will scarcely find another plant to replace it. If it should happen
    • then we must use the calcium in the very structure in which we find
    • homoeopathic dose — the corresponding power. And we can find it.
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    • a weed has just as much right to grow as a plant which we find useful.
    • They were approached from every side to find a remedy against the grape-louse,
    • so-called, we often find the strongest curative herbs.
    • Scorpio, you will find this an excellent remedy. Henceforth, your mice
    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • by and by grow faint — a faintness you will certainly find very
    • will find it an excellent remedy. Strictly speaking, it is not a medicament,
    • to their microscope. We, however, must find our way out again into the
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    • and we can find how these things work themselves out in Nature's household.
    • To find the spiritual truths, we cannot merely conclude by analogy from
    • you will often find this saying: Everything in Nature lives by give
    • and take. Look through Goethe's works and you will soon find it. He
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    • finding its way into the hoof and being there deposited. That is not
    • activity in this finding and taking of the food.
    • now find the concrete, specific relations of the animal organism to
    • The root is assisted in absorbing this Ego-force if it can find the
    • organism, will most easily find its way, in the digestive process, to
    • cosmic forces working plastically through the head may find the proper
    • on, simply because they always find them helpful. Likewise in farming,
    • find themselves — all unawares — upon the downward slope,
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    • universe, you will find, as it were, that as regards the
    • Taurus, you will find that he is always looking sideways
    • the stage of maturity, we find
    • a fish tail — something which we do not find in
    • in this Zodiac sign you will always find a striding
    • the middle we find the region
    • if we go back to the epoch of Aries, we still find the four
    • etc., we would finally come to Pisces. There we would find
    • we find that he was an etheric being and in the present
    • primeval wisdom of the ages, by finding it within ourselves.
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    • read it in history books — we find that this Order of the Knights
    • add up all this in its years, then we find that everyone lives to about the
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • that arise between soul and soul, and that must find their way right into the
    • Lemurian epoch. We find there a certain moment in evolution — it lies
    • back. It is not only in space that we find movements in curves as in a
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    • find them in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, or in my Outline
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
    • Anthroposophical movement, is called into life, the members may find
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    • you will find special practices for the soul through
    • (one can find this presented more precisely in
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • notice that he tries to find in phenomenalism that which can never be
    • he finds that a large part of mysticism consists of the phenomena
    • the deepening of his soul life, strives, as he says, to find
    • “God in himself” this God that man finds in his inner being
    • mystics we find, when they speak of the “God within,”
    • mystic who clings to ecstasy is deprived more and more. We find with
    • poorer, our logic becomes ever poorer. Finally we find that we can no
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • one digs into the earth like a miner. Whatever one finds there can
    • knowledge. He thus finds that the existence of that which develops
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • presenting a point of view still popular with many people who find it
    • ‘simple faith,’ which they and others find so convenient.
    • facts that people on the one hand find really incomprehensible
    • would find they absolutely accorded with common sense; and that
    • not find they accord with the ‘simple faith’ they think
    • these with the clear thinking of adulthood, we find that man's inner
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • world where the experiences have been undergone. We find out the real
    • find, however, that we cannot experience this soul body in
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • we find that prior to the eighth century
    • ascend to the spirit again and to find its way once more to
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • will find that when they listen to spiritual science in a really
    • you can find this knowledge for yourself, but you have then acquired
    • find the spirit again in our materialistic world, is about to enter
    • can find the way to the spiritual worlds again.
    • external logic of the intellect and its inability to find its way to
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    • actual, there to find many of the things of which the men of the
    • will find that on numberless points he himself is sunk in blindest
    • belief in authority. If he cannot find them — do not take it
    • ill of me, if I say — that the less he finds of this belief in
    • Illusion.’ Anyone who studies this chapter will find a
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    • regions of the earth, we find that in terms of this threefold
    • oriental, we shall find that the lofty spirituality we so justly
    • those of Middle Europe, we find an outstanding development of the
    • from a more purely spiritual point of view, we shall find that the
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • nature and essence of the Peoples of the Earth that we find the
    • peoples is not his and he must find it in them. In his heart he feels
    • we find that what is truly characteristic of them is hidden under
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
    • abstract concepts, these husks of words and ideas, finds their way to
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
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    • age only those who are familiar with the findings of
    • We shall find no poem on the Christmas Tree among, let us
    • rudiments of that form, we shall everywhere find an
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • find such bliss in the physical world, souls entered a
    • between birth and death; and men can find Him when they unite
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    • to-day, we find that the souls entering the world through birth bear
    • power, while, on the other, man must find the strength to free
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
    • raised again by a spiritual deepening. We look to the West and find a
    • and find a cultural life that despises the West and us too, for the
    • to find the right path between Western materialism, and Eastern
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    • man must find within himself a certainty of belief. He must recognise
    • well find reassurance if they discriminate clearly between what man can
    • cannot give each exercise here in detail, but you can find this
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • For that which finds a place within the human being where causality
    • intuition, he finds it at its highest in love purified by spirit.
    • Kantian idea what you find there: ‘Freedom, thou friendly,
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    • interesting finding of occult research. You know that when a man
    • more confirmation you will find. In this age of intellectualism, I do
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • he will often find that the very slightest thing can work miracles.
    • Assume, for instance, that a man begins to notice he can never find
    • somewhere, and presently discovers that she can never find it again
    • only do this once, I shall not always succeed in finding it again
    • find countless things which it is very nice, no doubt, to satisfy,
    • point, to find the right educational tact. If you are able to fulfil
    • rather ask: What am I to do now? than find the reasons for their
    • something that one finds exasperating because of its effect on
    • pattern of his behaviour. You will soon find that even with a man
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • in us as sensation, and then set it before us, we should likewise find
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • constitution and then, having transformed it, find it again in the
    • contained in the world, so as to find them again in things, and then
    • once learnt to know the living structure of space finds it most
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • filled with matter. And we find space filled with ever loftier
    • back on human evolution, we do not, in fact, always find the same
    • reach higher stages of cognition, we find something striking. Those
    • [Seelenverfassung]. Thus we find systematic breathing
    • — what we find when we go to school, what is offered in the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • finds oneself when, for example, one forms — also in
    • One cannot obtain the space in which one finds oneself as a
    • I have, instead of a point, a hollow sphere in which I find myself, and
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • One looks into oneself to find, for example, the three dimensions.
    • find, of course, what it is for ordinary, physical space. But if we
    • In addition, one must, of course, feel how the cosmos finds
    • are fitted together by the mediation of the knee — and find it
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • then that feelings (Empfindungen), developed by the
    • sculpturally to what finds expression in the head. A human form
    • is in respect to his head only finds proper expression in the cranium,
    • chest, exposing his own being to the cosmos — that finds
    • body; we find it first in the plant kingdom. Animals have a body of
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • more to man's soul life and finds direct expression, not in the
    • productive to-day, but we are not. We must find the way back into
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    • know in order to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on
    • questions he wants to find the answers in his ordinary
    • transformed by feeling and will. One finds only the
    • to find his bearings in regard to what thus penetrates into his
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • I spoke of how we find
    • limbs, we find that we must look for their source beyond birth and
    • spoken — Soloviev. You find in him an attitude of soul that
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • we compare this finding? We cannot compare it with what our senses tell
    • placed into the world. Hence we find that even with the toned-down
    • — as I have said — we can find the Father God. What sort
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • finding all doubt vanishing, were talking together. The one might
    • times. But humanity must find its way back to that of which there
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • find it, for instance, in Thomas Aquinas, or in other scholastic
    • If I still find real ideas
    • or better still, if I find in them the ideas as realities — I can
    • modern humanity has lost the capacity of finding something spiritual
    • atavistic clairvoyance, we will find that the ancient Mysteries
    • But it must also be said that in Greece we often find the first
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • Christianity”, you will find that it contains a relapse; for in
    • at birth) can only find the Father-principle in Nature. But since the
    • decay of scholastic Realism he cannot even find this. Not even the
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • — If we do not find the Father, we are not healthy, but are
    • ill to a certain extent. If we do not find the Christ, this is
    • destiny and not illness, because it is an experience to find
    • the Christ, not a mere observation. We find the Father-principle by
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • us to find in Christ the divine spiritual, in an independent way.
    • Consider the old history of dogmas; you will find throughout that the
    • But it does not do this. It finds the divine-spiritual in God the Father;
    • it also finds this divine-spiritual in God the Son. If we compare the
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • and bring us order! In the history of mankind's development we find
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • find these ethical ideas by contemplating the plant-world, the
    • The more we go back into time, the more we shall find that this pagan
    • we may still find an echo showing that up to the end of the 18th
    • little about them), we shall find again and again that the passages
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • There, we may find positive knowledge
    • reaching the positive results of spiritual science, if we find it
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
    • may find them in insignificant facts, but we must be able to judge
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    • find, when we look back on them, a dominant scientific
    • find neither strength or support — into
    • superficial appearances are against it, we find there
    • Anglo-American world, we find again here one third
    • materialistic road, and used materialistic methods, to find
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • do not find anything corresponding to Roman legal concepts
    • there is any talk of Karma, one actually finds that the
    • themselves. If you do so, you will find that the people who
    • way of bringing Asiatic culture into Europe. One finds a good
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • centuries preceding Dante's age, we find again and again with
    • to certain secrets of existence. We find the same woman again
    • Again we find
    • spiritually opened, so much so that we find in her case a
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • is necessary, the better shall we find the possibility to
    • people of today find it so easy to judge the pursuits of
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • limb-system and this finds its way to the head through the
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • said, you will find that only one conception is possible. You
    • which people today have no liking; they find it disturbing,
    • Both find their balance in the breast-man, the rhythmical
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • any fully developed feeling that if a human being is to find
    • rightly, you can find an eternal, imperishable Light. And
    • the prosaic intellect to find words in which to clothe it,
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • century it was still possible to find people who were
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • examine Goethe's life and writings we find no trace of the influence
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • ages the general condition of humanity was such as we find still
    • to find again the spiritual realms whence he had descended. Reunion
    • Buddhahood there finds a natural place. The Indian looked back to an
    • earthly wisdom. Treading this path a man will find the means
    • somewhat abstract conception of Buddhism to its fundamentals, we find
    • that man had descended from spiritual heights to find himself in a
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • realising as he gazes into the future that he must find once more
    • I must find the way back to my Self. Then will the surrounding world
    • to make it easier by contemplation.” Trying to find an
    • some time now. We can find traces of it in the philosophies of the
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • on authority all that finds its way on the subject of hygiene, from
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • Spiritual Science we shall inevitably find that the Spirit we see
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • before we can find the cause. The whole essence of Spiritual Science
    • simply carrying over their ordinary mode of thought to what they find
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • earth, and one man finds the way to another. Bridging the gulf that
    • find in it two essential elements — consonant and vowel, All
    • Finnish language you still find these twelve preserved very nearly in
    • we find that our soul, whenever it brings forth vowel sounds, makes
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • told you. Now when we reach this point, we find that we have lost the
    • You will therefore find
    • we find to be none other than the spiritual counterparts of the
    • which it stands — in which it finds its support though of
    • body of the sound. We need not therefore be surprised if we find the
    • we find chemical substances in it, which we can investigate by
    • of cells which we can investigate chemically and find the substances
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • the Christ revelation, are now in many respects powerless to find the
    • the age of the Mystery of Golgotha no longer find Christ as a Cosmic
    • Being, they find only the man — Jesus of Nazareth. The starry
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • entire ancient Gnosis, we find a peculiar trait. If, for example, I
    • always find, when we approach the Gnosis, one particular point that
    • of Golgotha. The further back we go, the more knowledge we find about
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • being, Jesus of Nazareth, we find everything concentrated that had
    • you would find that, when he went out of his body — when his
    • human hearts. Around the middle of the Middle Ages, we find that
    • But where can we find
    • you will find this extraordinary idea of the
    • to many difficulties. People are at a loss when they try to find the
    • group, who take things more seriously and who find, after studying
    • find the mention of God; but God can not possibly have
    • directions find no way to unite. This is true today; those who speak
    • everywhere. Even the simplest Christmas play can help us find such
    • children. We still do not, of course, find the whole answer in that
    • learn — especially this age. It must find its way back to
    • they can find, instead, a connection with what they brought to earth
    • be able to find the paths; they are able to discover that, in
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    • of space for all these souls to find a place of abode! This absurd
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • find that the Will pours itself out everywhere into the
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
    • Feeling comes from the right and from the left, and finds itself at
    • being, — then indeed he would find his way far more intimately
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • find there only fossil remains of animals which did not yet possess a
    • spinal column. We find other animals with a spinal column in the
    • to the tertiary layers, where we already find the mammals, and then,
    • the earth any “life” as it is today. For geology finds
    • still in a state of heat), we find our globe, evolving towards the
    • then find creatures without any vertebrate skeleton, and so,
    • which we cannot find such beings as are now living on our earth. We
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • this way, spiritual science finds that there is a stupendous
    • also be admitted by geology. But we find, the further we go back,
    • not find only such mineralised air and cloud-formations as we have
    • them now, but in the most ancient times we find within all that
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • always find: here stands spiritual science with all it has to say out
    • sources, then you will find, especially in the field of geology, that
    • findings of true natural science everywhere are in line with the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • find that thinking always bears reference to something that is already
    • we begin to think about these things it is interesting to find that it
    • must needs seek for a polarity in which he can find adjustment
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    • das Innere des Willens nachdenken, Sie werden finden, das Denken
    • Ohren und durch Augen, durch die Wärmeempfindungen, da sind
    • wirklich finden kann: Christus ist da zum Ausgleich des Luzifer und
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    • indeed find its continuance as an important impulse of theosophical
    • numerous ears, hearts and souls, and will apparently continue to find
    • evident that we are able to find our way to the ears, hearts and
    • extremely arrogant! This is the unpleasant position in which we find
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
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    • in themselves. Hence in literature we find but few descriptions
    • or printed, you will find but few indications of man having felt
    • awe-inspiring impressions; it will not be easy to find anything of
    • philosophy of Hegel you will find everything splendidly described.
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    • forth grace. If we wish to find a title for them, we must say: These
    • Sun again in what we find on our own earth.
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    • cosmic embodiment of our earth, we find something which brings us a
    • we observe Saturn and Sun in the Akashic records, on Saturn we find
    • the origin of Time — and on the Sun we still find Time present.
    • part of our earth-history do we find this resigning on the part of
    • to descend to the earth, he might find things which would be of more
    • must say: The future of mankind will certainly find the possibility,
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    • feeling is represented in an accentuated form. Hence we do not find
    • trying to find its counterpart there, and thus get a hint of
    • nearer to the earthly life of man, we find this mood in ourselves
    • of home-sickness you will find it differs fundamentally in
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • plurality in unity, and find full satisfaction in so doing. But if
    • in these words was felt by a man who could not then find anything
    • able to satisfy it — such as a modern thinker may find if he
    • a man (a description of which you will find at the very beginning of
    • striving mind was not able to find his way into that
    • veneration for such men, who could not find their bearings as regards
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    • in the nature of man, actually leading the life of the soul to find
    • been told should find an echo in himself. He wishes it to become its
    • philosophy, is aroused by a man finding himself confronted with
    • were not rejected, the essence of that planet would find different
    • Hierarchies — we should find that they do not know death in the
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
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    • reconcile this with the spiritual scientific finding that
    • you will find the passage where I spoke of the social cancer
    • even if they have only been touched on lightly, you will find
    • You will find that
    • to see if I might not find someone who has expressed their
    • things in the world. I have tried to find out if people are
    • centuries cannot find a way of achieving order out of their
    • to understand and have an opinion on everything. People find
    • to the larder and all over the house to find more things to
    • children, find a solution: They take care that everything
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    • are in many respects quite unable to find the answers. The
    • with the physical body for the moment. We find that during
    • area where people find it particularly difficult to
    • find the spirit in nature. Then one will also find the
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • things, however, that Johann Valentin Andreae sought to find.
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    • the chaos in which we find ourselves today; in fact, they
    • possible to find anything in Bahr's family which is not
    • truths into themselves in the right way will also find their
    • this Society with personal interests may indeed find that
    • members but nevertheless do come and hear such things, find
    • travelling from lecture cycle to lecture cycle they find
    • poisonous plants, but one has to find the right point of
    • anthroposophical movement. But we have to find the right
    • because they are interested in finding and revealing
    • finds it so difficult to make its way today. It will make its
    • ambitions which rule one set of people or another. To find
    • find other ways of making sure they are able to progress; it
    • stop. As I said, I shall find other ways to make sure this
    • development may find it difficult to understand how such
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    • times not very long ago. You will find times when there were
    • depths of the human soul one finds that in the present time
    • achieve in this way may indeed be very nice, but to find
    • then let go, it will go to this point to find its
    • anthroposophy — which is the only means of finding the
    • right attitude to such things — find the right ideas by
    • find there a strange cry — I think we may call it such
    • — a cry for humanity to find again what has really been
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • insights which humanity currently finds acceptable will not
    • today. You find an excellent description of the breaking up,
    • You will find a memoir in my book
    • continue unchanged, people would no longer find anything to
    • stages. Human beings therefore have to find a different way
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • find it easiest to get an idea of this if you look at it like
    • you will find further references to this difference.
    • Many historical phenomena will find their explanation if you
    • quality. The kind of thing you find in Roman history, and you
    • would also find it in later history if it had not all been
    • world. All they are prepared to accept is that they will find
    • understand that they will find it completely different, so
    • there, in order to find the right correspondence and
    • the writings of ancient times you will find the dreams dreamt
    • people do today, but find a way of going back to earlier
    • human beings. But you will also find many children who are
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • everything which exists in the outside world, and find the
    • twelfth century, you will always find that people understood
    • which were said were true, though they are difficult to find.
    • be able to find out much about what those teachers did to
    • him: ‘Tell me, boy, where can I find someone who'll
    • inclination. You will find many such things if you look into
    • point of view of anthroposophy and you will find this to be
    • enter fully into your soul, you will find it has tremendous
    • must once again find a living approach, and people must
    • awkward. It is the challenge of our time that we must find
    • distinction will find it quite impossible to live with the
    • better education for people but to find ways in which they
    • face we like and find sympathetic. But it is wrong to let our
    • play. People find it difficult to manage today because they
    • look at the world, and if they do not find it in accord with
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    • situation and you will find this everywhere.
    • found, as many people find, that it does not matter if the
    • kind of contradiction in which we find ourselves all the
    • analogy we are apt to find ourselves in the situation which
    • regard to Kjellen's idea, you will always find that it cannot
    • you will find that it works, that you gain useful insights
    • in Russian life, which is little known to us, we find
    • did well in the American Congress and you find them included,
    • and find there was a time when those
    • been.’ It would have been possible to find a pretty
    • right way. And the effort must be made to find energies
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • go back to very early times in evolution, you would find a
    • let go of it will still sneak down to that earth and find
    • present time. It is not at all uncommon to find people today
    • into such things will find them at every turn. If you were to
    • West want to find out what actually lives in the East
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • view of some specific instances to find some very odd things
    • perceptions. And we will not find the right attitude to those
    • and remains only in a hardened form. You need to find the
    • finding out about the future from sacrificial animals, the
    • it is, of course, possible to find ways and means of speaking
    • your hearts grow sore with some of the things you find. This
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • you will find that in very early
    • spirit of human and natural evolution and find imaginative
    • find again and again — you would also find it so if you
    • sincerely devoted to anthroposophy, they do find the matter
    • carefully and work through it, you will find aspects of
    • also great historical perspectives. You will also find it
    • You will find that current political issues can also be considered
    • you can find an exemplary study here concerning the future of
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    • reason why we find so many symbols of procreation and earthly
    • find extremely unpalatable. For millennia, human beings have
    • ahrimanic powers. The true ideal must arise from what we find
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    • — you will find that at no other time were ideas so
    • that world, one finds that the souls which were about to
    • find it embarrassing to admit to others their knowledge of
    • spiritualities can find room in them, the materialistic bent,
    • dwelling, to find a vaccine that will drive all inclination
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
    • of humanity find it easiest to ascribe greatness and
    • are now asleep and they will find it hard to understand how
    • to find a way out of them. Yet while there is so little will
    • to mark the anniversary of Goethe finding his way to the
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    • Archangels — you will find some of the details in the
    • eleventh centuries we find the earth's power of attraction
    • back to ancient India, we find that people remained young and
    • A significant battle is taking place among us, you will find.
    • course, find it uncomfortable to know such things today. For
    • spirits of darkness find it easiest to achieve their aims if
    • But if you ignore the driver, you will find it interesting to
    • we find in all these things the ideas belonging to the end of
    • strings. Those individuals will find it all the easier to do
    • find it their best defence against any objections which the
    • you will find statements of
    • which members of parliament find themselves. People think
    • are not considered significant in life outside, if you find
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • consciousness of sin: As a human being I am sinless only when I find
    • only by finding my way back again: to the divine spiritual powers.
    • I sought, in fact, to find our moral impulses in this
    • once into the depths of the human soul and you will find that
    • down to intellectuality. When we again find the spirituality in
    • nature, then we will also find the human being again.
    • the path of knowledge he must find again the pathway of
    • It extends right into what natural science says today. We must find
    • knowing activity, a raising of man out of sin. We must find the
    • nature, you can find this intelligence holding sway everywhere. And
    • religious deepening lives in those who find their way back into the
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    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • matters stood with Goethe, you will find that he was unable to
    • in his earliest embryonic stages, we find that the form of the
    • this point it must find the way out from the Fall. This requires a
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    • heavens. Indeed these enlightened minds even find an excuse for the
    • second part you will find the
    • are contained in these 52 verses which twill enable the soul to find
    • will find something that might be described as the finding of the path
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    • contemplation, which is to concern itself with the spirit that finds
    • concepts of the nineteenth century may find trivial, possibly even
    • Consider the following comparison. We find an object somewhere, a
    • were, would find in human beings, animals, plants, and
    • to the earth by being able to fall onto the earth, where it finds a
    • scientific viewpoint, find something similar regarding the body of
    • diminishing, we find that all thoughts and feelings that enter our
    • thoughts, feelings, and sensations. The spiritual investigator finds
    • finds them again the next morning, so the earth, awakening again from
    • sleep in the spring, finds the seed forces of the plants in order to
    • of such spiritual scientific findings, for it is nothing less than
    • still further, we would have to find, if the previous considerations
    • botany of the nineteenth century bit by bit, and you will find little
    • plant as it grows out of the common spirit of the earth will find the
    • say to himself, “If I study what encircles my space, I find it
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    • It finds in the realm of spirit
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    • above all, into the Spiritual World, which we find here and
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • became so utterly materialistic, find the most characteristic
    • that the material process which finds expression in the
    • Cultes, we find for example the following sentence:
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    • — you always find the inscription ‘Mit
    • or family affairs), — he will not easily find the way
    • but we also look for the Son who is born of her, who finds
    • Science (Newtonian physics), as you will find it to-day in
    • result, — if only humanity finds ways and means to
    • ours stands most in need of the poet's word not finding
    • said that “a great Time finds but it small and petty
    • must find the men who can think greatly. But they will not be
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    • and in the must varied regions of the Earth, we find
    • finding one another once more. In ancient times they
    • we find a clear awareness of the fact that the Zodiac is not
    • that is to say, if, taking our start from birth, we find our
    • we shall only find it in its new form if we are able once
    • to-day; you will find mathematical and mechanical
    • can in no way apply to man what the modern astronomer finds
    • uprightly and honestly, and you will probably find still less
    • still be necessary for poor mankind of to-day to find its
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    • accustomed to find in science and which interest us
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • experience, we find that the human being had already begun his
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • present time, we find that it faces us in the way in which it
    • we go back into the evolution of humanity the more we find that
    • active in the world and frequently, in order to find at least
    • because he is unable to find in his present environment knowledge
    • Perhaps you may find it strange that I should emphasize these
    • children in an unprejudiced way know this). To find our position
    • where we may find in ancient times a powerful striving after a
    • Gnosticism, or of Oriental occultism, in order to find in them
    • that consolation which they cannot find in the natural-scientific
    • a social order of this kind we shall find those living forces
    • itself, which he turns inward. In this way he will find a
    • again, you may find quite a number of exercises in my books
    • shall find our way through cosmic-moral impulses which have
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    • our past earthly existence, we find that the external conditions
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    • we find that once upon a time the essence of this Eastern
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    • human being, as he stands before us, we find that these four
    • literature, you will find that there are other possibilities of
    • his earthly consciousness we find, to begin with, the condition
    • where we find the description of a woman who is able to
    • pathological condition of soul and spirit. At her side we find an
    • of this woman we find Montanus, the miner, the geologist. This
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    • Man must therefore find freedom in a world of illusion; he does
    • not find it in the world of reality which completely withdrew to
    • find necessity. We may therefore say that the world which man
    • But we find that
    • of ancient times, we find that the whole conception of the world
    • the past. In the Old Testament we find ideas which are above all
    • again find that they enabled man to grasp his earthly existence.
    • still find the influence of this idea of the world's beginning,
    • self, so modern times must find in a right conception of the
    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • and the ancient teachings of the Gods. If we wish to find Christ,
    • we must find him in freedom and turn to the Mystery of Golgotha
    • dissolves into fog and mist and theoretically we already find
    • existence of a gaseous sphere, they would find negative space,
    • Modern mankind must find it, if it wants to come out of the
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    • in ancient Greece and was about to set; nevertheless we find in
    • find this soul attitude in the men who sought to gain an
    • into ancient times, we find that each cloud formation, the
    • culture, or even to the ancient Persian culture, we shall find
    • find this consciousness: I, who am a human being, enfold the God
    • Nietzsche we find this longing for the cosmic light, the cosmic
    • past epochs, but we ourselves must first find the way to it, we
    • the spiritual sphere, so that I may find Christ through the Holy
    • such cannot be touched, for it finds its way through the smallest
    • assumed. These souls will find the spiritual nourishment needed
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    • only go back two centuries further to find something else which
    • find the purpose. We must not simply seek a purpose in that which
    • external world, it is impossible for them to find a real true meaning
    • not find it then, there was then nothing in the human soul of what
    • in which we can find that consciousness in which our own ego flows in
    • when man finds his way to the spiritual worlds: when he does not
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    • on do we find what was presented in more or less detail in the
    • mineralogist, the zoologist, etc., find connected with the
    • Schröer was able to find at that time of the performance of
    • centuries to find something different, to encounter something most
    • person approached the manger very seriously and then, on finding
    • we find written in the Heliand, or similar works, was
    • people to find a meaning for the earth, a real meaning, because our
    • the outer world, and thus it is impossible for them to find a
    • Yet where do I find it? Somehow it flows
    • is opened on which we can find the consciousness in which our own
    • healing for humanity, however, can develop only if people find the
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    • Science, we find that there is a very deep meaning behind the fact
    • belongs to the physical world, we may indeed find our real spiritual
    • in space. We find traces of them in ancient Indian culture, in the
    • order to find Brahman; but Zarathustra
    • Thus we find the teachings of Zarathustra
    • While the Indians searched mystically in the inner self to find
    • impulses, so we can also find in man the imprint of the other
    • we find traces of concepts derived from the illumination of the great
    • Ahriman. The Greek writer tells us that Pythagoras could not find the
    • and when you have vanquished the lower Devas you will find the
    • heroic conquest of the Ahriman principle. We find his words recorded
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    • grows deeper still when we find that even external research has
    • in forms not wholly human; we often find human bodies and animals
    • This old consciousness could find no
    • these heights man finds Osiris.” Man can attain to Osiris in a
    • learnt how through the Isis-power he might find himself one with the
    • taught the Egyptians to find, in the stars, the counterpart of
    • into ancient times, the more do we find the domination of these
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    • the egg where it will find moisture containing some salt. Otherwise
    • both physical and etheric, but this it finds difficult as it contains
    • infinitesimal quantity. Well, gentlemen, that is all one can find when
    • finds it easier to accept what it hears. The truth today is told only by
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    • only the world of the higher Hierarchies, we would never find ourselves.
    • looking within ourselves and finding there the world of the spirit, down
    • absolute accord with truth, with reality. Thus we find our way into our
    • body. The feeling of loneliness finds a refuge in the body and becomes
    • to the male with puberty, when love finds physiological expression
    • knowledge,” which you generally find quoted in books as “Only
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    • show that when we investigate our consciousness, we find in it all
    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to find
    • find it quite unbearable to lose in this way almost all sense of space
    • find a disintegration of the soul into the greatest possible number of
    • process, but if we want to find some way of expressing it, we might say
    • however, it is essential that he should find his way into Spiritual
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    • Anthroposophist of to-day finds himself in a position similar to
    • lies the same disposition of thought as we find in the
    • “Darwin.” They rarely add that you can find the
    • laws of spiritual life and you will find these higher laws
    • easily pass on to the less self-evident ones which we find in
    • Some find “the omnipotence of natural selection,”
    • Where could we find a similar clearness in Psychology? That the soul
    • making these objections is correct; but one finds oneself in the
    • We find no
    • will find a soul-spirit. which cannot be traced back in the same
    • has spurred people on to find the connection between such forms.
    • hard we tried, we could not find any reasonable objection to the
    • we not find that which we call higher human spiritual activity,
    • Anthroposophical tenets quickly, and they will find it very
    • of which the lower can become the higher. We find, for example,
    • twenty-first, you find the anthropoid who does not yet have
    • life-riddles. We will take one example among many. We find it in
    • and would find an explanation for the fact that one boy turns
    • case. And, if I cannot find these causes and effects in the
    • past or expect to find it in the future. I go to work in exactly
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    • at least find such a definition plausible — that this
    • find that the new being coming forth is in reality concerned
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    • and permeates it, as the one nearest to it, we find that this
    • every moment. This is what we find in the case of man. But
    • nature of these Beings. We would, indeed, find ourselves in a
    • consider the world from a higher standpoint, we find that
    • find that here, upon the physical plane, the mineral has a
    • physical body, but nothing more. If we wish to find its
    • we find that the mineral has also an astral body. This body
    • Mental plane, is the Arupa-Mental plane, do we find the Ego
    • a true delight for the minerals. Thus, in their case, we find
    • shall find it in the astral world — and the Ego, in the
    • single individuality, so you will find the Egos of the
    • individual Ego. On the astral plane, we find for instance,
    • in the following way: We find in him the physical body, the
    • find red blood, these four members permit one another.
    • we find such mineral parts. Thus you can see for yourselves
    • this “peculiar fluid”, we find that while the
    • strong, in order that he may again find his way thither.
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    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown
    • through to cognition. We find him, for example, a student at
    • through this find the Divinity interpenetrating the world.
    • catena Homeri. When opening this, one finds a remarkable
    • to familiarize himself with it and therein find the spirit,
    • to find the All.” Thus the materialist thinker compared
    • tried to find, but was then immature. Now he is to become
    • part of Faust. And so has Goethe indicated that we can find
    • Everywhere, in all Goethe publications, we find
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    • opinion on this point,” “you will find it
    • and that Galileo was a pathfinder for the new science.
    • we find that it was the result of the joy of the intoxication
    • mind contained in the brain finds this to be necessary. A
    • Goethe laid such stress upon finding in the whole plant world
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    • We find here, besides a few notes on the first and second
    • all efforts, to find the junction. Goethe's personality was
    • disaster for our age, were it impossible to find, at least to
    • matter. It is refreshing to find something like a new thought
    • force, prevailed till about 1860–1870. To-day we find
    • biology afterwards developed in a remarkable way. We find
    • the different creatures. Foremost of all we find Haeckel
    • find a passage very distinctly underlined, to the following
    • regard to theories. When we come to physiology we find still
    • more singular conditions. We find that this science
    • causes. At the same time we find that the moment at which
    • philosophy also we find the same resignation. You are
    • which we find in them at last. The strangest fate of all
    • certain psychologists who are incapable of finding the way to
    • a living spirit, in which the soul finds itself as if reborn
    • into the objects, without being able to find in the things
    • forlornness, in which psychology finds itself bereft of the
    • use of such a word. Thus we might find many similar
    • will merely show how, on all hands, when we try to find the
    • Whoever is acquainted with modern science finds without
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    • soul again, in order thereby, later on, to find objective
    • accompanying conditions, one can find sources of error. But
    • is truth, what is error, but to find the path beyond error
    • arise. We find in life monism, materialism, positivism,
    • find the same content, if they are sincerely presented, in so
    • person however, with selfless mood of soul, will find the
    • find this assertion about the power inherent in Truth, when
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    • it finds expression. For though the lady in her outer life is
    • at the bottom of the soul.’ Thus they find disappointments,
    • regions we shall also find what comes from the individual's
    • resides and you will find it. Gnosis is a demonic teaching,
    • impossible it is truly to analyse what they find in the
    • example, suppose we find disappointed plans of life, deep
    • finds a certain manure, with which the field was manured. He says,
    • of our time find themselves driven to the very quarters
    • finds its way into our dreams. We must only be able to estimate
    • us one should always find out what kind of a job a man has. A
    • the experiences of life, we should frequently find this
    • find certain peculiarities emerging, which distinguish
    • much of the working of the Karma of vocation finds expression.
    • of life in former lives. The way we find our connections in
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    • now trying to find our way, we must explore many a
    • present time; but many a one finds satisfaction for
    • grasp of the world in which we find ourselves ... Only so, and
    • finds his way with open mind into those things which can be
    • (we find this in the appendix to the novel) we discover the
    • must be multiplied to get the circumference. We find it,
    • recent discoveries. Max Eyth, however, finds that the
    • will find in Max Eyth; and — inconspicuous as it may seem
    • which he suffered by his own work — must find its way
    • their turn might find it important to know — all manner
    • must envisage the right facts. Then and then only do we find
    • there must be the real Will to Truth. This Will to Truth finds
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    • period until the twenty-eighth year.) You will find some
    • Natural Science will therefore have to find out the reasons why
    • many places in modern history, we find human beings who had an
    • environment. And he wanted to find an answer to the
    • he finds even Christianity made flat and superficial —
    • a true key to find our entry into the Spiritual World (I
    • one can find certain concepts wherewith to ‘have on
    • year 1913, — we can find this statement: — If
    • Not only so; we find the same foreboding in a thinker who came
    • be yet a third side, where they may find it very convenient and
    • That is the one stream. The other finds it preferable not to
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    • kingdoms which he then finds in his physical environment: the
    • and find his way directly to the Godhead, without any mediation
    • whether a man imagines that he of himself can find the way to
    • — and you will find they are describing no more than an
    • one is finding one's way to the highest God. The point is
    • finds the way to his Angelos. I say again, to his
    • The finding their way together in those Gods who are common to
    • he would like to find a direct connection with his God, —
    • of the first calls on every one who finds his way into
    • sometimes ask, how does the human soul find its way to Christ?
    • soul find a way to Christ at all? To gain instruction on this question
    • remain within the Graeco-Latin time, — but we should find
    • or the Persian epoch). Everywhere we should find that that
    • the Word. It was the Christ. But men must first find the
    • man of to-day find a way to Christ?
    • There is a strange fact which you will find indicated in the
    • principle of Christ and finds the way to Christ. For a short
    • find the way of the soul to Christ Himself. For just as with
    • the physical stars, so must we find the way of the Spirit, out
    • can in turn prepare our finding of a way to Christ Himself.
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    • How Can Humanity Find the Christ Again?
    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • looks, it finds in this contemplation strength filled with
    • can certainly say that a sensitive feeling will find in the way
    • finding in birth and death anything other than events in
    • the story of Nicholas von der Flue we shall find the suggestion
    • the earth, he gradually loses himself in his body, to find
    • united, which is to find its deeper meaning in the new
    • will find it easy to lie in the presence of spiritual thoughts
    • — to find in the spirit itself the power to overcome
    • upon His birth in the right way, to find within ourselves the
    • so that we may always find strength, comfort, confidence, and
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    • find it, and that one must have patience and devotion to reach
    • the goal. Whoever possesses these will find the light that he
    • And many shall find something to revere;
    • finds himself before a monastery. This monastery here indicates
    • Beneath a friendly roof to find abode.
    • wishes to part from us. But he finds it right to part from us
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    • find to be identical with the conception of the Folk Spirit and which
    • human stage which man is experiencing today. In the same way we find
    • Earth-existence, to Old Saturn, we find that those Beings whom we
    • Earth in the light of Spiritual Science, you will find that these
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    • research find evidence for the existence of the etheric body of these
    • find, strange to relate, besides the Archangelic Beings already
    • you recall what we spoke of yesterday — and you will find a
    • can always find in those men who are stimulated by the Spirit of the
    • a book on ethnology you will find the strangest assortment of
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    • which you will find rather more difficult to grasp than the central
    • number of inner concepts. But here you would find much with which you
    • make a deeper impression on him. Others he finds casual, lethargic,
    • within the national character can thereby find expression.
    • people. You may look in vain for other explanations; you will find
    • you will find that the opportunity was taken — and such
    • over the whole Earth. We find that, by virtue of the normal Spirits
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    • so when we seek to understand man as he is today, we find a richly
    • predominantly active in him, we shall find that they are the donors
    • when he would find himself Earth-bound. We learn from Spiritual
    • we now cross over to Asia, we find a point or centre where the
    • find that they follow a line which takes an unusual direction. These
    • find that the very first indications of racial development could be
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    • of civilization on Earth. Then in our immediate environment we find
    • you will find that, even during
    • inner life of feeling. Finally, we find that the Old Moon condition
    • figures you will find none which corresponds so exactly to the
    • triangle. If you draw an equilateral triangle you will find the three
    • astral world we find the abnormal Spirits of Form who, if they had
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    • wish to find in the Cosmos the sphere of activity of the normal
    • find the Mongolian race, which is formed by the Mars forces. Then we
    • cross over into Europe and find the Europeans who in their original
    • find there dark “Saturn's race”, the original Red
    • members of man find their impress and are reflected in corresponding
    • parts of the physical body: the ‘I’ finds its impress in
    • you now move over to Asia you will find there likewise the planetary
    • tasks. The particular task of the Caucasian race is to find the way
    • the Saturn character, we must expect to find the combination of the
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    • Wherever you turn you will find that in some form or other the
    • Odin, Hönir and Lödur of German mythology. You will find a
    • find the extremes of monotheism at the present day amongst the
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    • organization of speech in man finds its parallel in the macrocosm in
    • however, come from an entirely different realm from those we find
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    • power working into their souls. You may possibly find it difficult to
    • order to become merged in Brahma and to find Atman within oneself. In
    • Lucifer, therefore, is omnipresent in our Earth-existence and finds
    • Luciferic influence can be found there. You will find evidence for
    • You will find — for at the time when the Gospels were written
    • the world, in none of them will you find such a clear and profound
    • find that this image is used in this sense even in relation to
    • view is more correct than the one you will find in modern textbooks,
    • explanation, he will find that the Teutonic myth is correct. I am
    • everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter, down
    • but contemplated it with the old clairvoyance, you will find that
    • direct association with the facts which one finds in Teutonic
    • find your relation to the Divine, even though you cannot raise
    • he will find his way back to that world whence he came. The vision of
    • changed. You will, it is true, see into this world, but you will find
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    • characters in their positive and negative aspects you will find that
    • will find that the great historical conquests of the inhabitants of
    • that island proceed from this impulse. You will also find that the
    • impulse of the Spiritual Soul was to find expression on the plane of
    • sufficient time to enlarge upon these matters we could find examples
    • but finds in the external world the content of the Spiritual Soul
    • existing findings of science you will find how extraordinary
    • culture. We find in the East, for example, the following conception:
    • cultures. In the East we find, in the first place, a distinct
    • as these conceptions are, we find them among the outposts of the
    • mythology is this conception so universal. In the West we find
    • described them, but we find it remarkably anticipated in the diverse
    • we find that Hegel understood Him as only the most refined, the most
    • service man finds himself as ‘man endowed with Spirit Self’
    • Everything that we find in the East, from the make-up of the people
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    • Vanir you can still find one of the oldest recollections of this
    • skull. You will find all this portrayed in a wonderful way in the
    • time, they will find popular favour like Sabbatai in the seventeenth
    • find their counterpart in a new etheric vision which’ in
    • find that in the twentieth century the power to see the Christ can be
    • ages and that we shall find Him where so ever we go, that the
    • more thoroughly you test it, the more you will find that what has
    • more you will find them confirmed from this source. You must accept
    • active mind and you will find confirmation of what has been said as a
    • here. For the knowledge we gather must ultimately find an echo in our
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    • human mind and soul which today we find separated as science, art and
    • the best sense — which we find in
    • and spiritual life, we find there two figures, figures which have a
    • Odysseus, Menelaus, we find the external civilisation which we know
    • finding a philosophical basis for the secrets of existence as it is
    • then gathers here — we find ourselves filled with spiritual
    • we find perfection, but we find the beginning of an aim. I should
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    • the son of Tantalus — we find an indication that there is a
    • today would find such an idea grotesque.
    • knowledge in the astral body. How wonderful it is to find these
    • The forces which you find described in my little book
    • to Greek times, we find in the tradition of Greek mysticism, of Greek
    • visible to the etheric vision of man; you will find this again
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • snow. The man of today can find no word to cover what the Greek
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • with a mixture of things, you have to find out the proportions of the
    • geometrical figure. If we ponder deeply this figure we find that it
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
    • on the occult signs, makes them real to himself, and then finds that
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    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • about to say by way of parenthesis you will find in the little book I
    • find those who in eastern mysticism are called Dhyani, in Christian
    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • which follows the Greco-Latin time, we again find something very
    • these leading Beings looked during the EgyptoChaldean epoch, we find
    • to expect to find the highest leaders of humanity, the really
    • may in the physical realm, we shall not find the Christ substance as
    • this we find the difference between all the planetary gods and the
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    • the Jordan, we find the same thing. That is made clear in the little book
    • the monologue word by word, line by line, you find a true description
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • evolution. On the Moon the ego-consciousness could find no footing.
    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • we do find in Greek mythology the splendid legend of the second
    • and so on; we find how he then crossed into Arabia, returning again
    • nur der vermag zurecht zu finden sich
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    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • occultism, do we find this contradiction, a contradiction which
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • today will be hard put to it to find any trace of the real Atlantean
    • the earth we shall never find traces of prehistoric man which are
    • the wonderful Greek mythology, there we shall find the normal,
    • we find snail shells and mussel shells. Let us study the
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    • content goes, you will find nothing in any element of our process of
    • find your own reality. What I have here said in a few words can be
    • we find this phrase: im Nebellande jung geworden.
    • will find all manner of things to object to, they will find you
    • consciousness. Thus when we cast about to find the individualities in
    • become, we find these two, Dionysos and the wise Silenus. These
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    • find other ways of obtaining knowledge than the usual ones. In
    • shrink back, and it is only when we find the strength which arises
    • in their egotism find it intolerable to have to carry through the
    • finds it very difficult to accept, something which is in the highest
    • the question at a higher level. Why is it that we find so much in
    • he finds so much that is inharmonious. Let us assume for a moment
    • course of our soul's trials we discover it, we find so much to
    • find numerous currents, manifold directions of force, which are the
    • You will find an even more detailed description of this from a
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • the naturalists will one day be very astonished to find how
    • turn our clairvoyant gaze, we find the astral body very strongly
    • dove, which we find in the Gospels — had to make its
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • human being. You would find a description of how extremely fine
    • fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. We find a certain awareness of it
    • respect of other regions of his being, we find something most
    • faint-hearted, impotent, that he should find that confidence to
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    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • wonder, we are not at all inclined to find the answer to the riddle
    • formulated in the terms of ordinary science and you will find it so
    • into space the thinner our ideas become, and we find ourselves at
    • world’, along the lines of abstract science, finds himself at
    • into ourselves we find the opposite of what we find when we expand
    • we try to go out into the cosmos we find ourselves before the void;
    • if we try to sink into ourselves we find ourselves ensnared in our
    • And if we can only find ourselves within this consciousness of ours
    • cosmos and find the Christ-principle in the widths of space, or
    • in either case we find it all impersonal and freed from ourselves. In
    • either direction we find something which transcends ourselves. In
    • cosmic space we are not dissipated, atomised, we find the world of
    • can hope to complete the circle, to find will from the one side,
    • shall be able to close the circle and to find in the
    • first Rosicrucian drama, in which we find a development of soul which
    • last the ‘world-wonders’ find their solution, and the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • again in the soul of Raphael, finding their consummation in the sublime
    • ages. Most ages indeed already pointed to one in whom they should find
    • ages. Studying humanity in the Pre-Grecian age of civilization we find
    • not beautiful in the external sense. Already here we find the outer
    • studying one such period we find that at the end of it, Raphael stands at
    • Then, later again we find
    • in common with what we find in his Patron Pope Julius II for instance.
    • pictures of Raphael, we shall always find that they use the analogy
    • It need not astonish us to find in Raphael a soul reincarnated from
    • This is what we find when
    • that the law holding sway in the course of human spiritual life finds
    • find in Augustine and others was possible. This human soul that had
    • experience. Here we find “Brahma”, “Vishnu”,
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    • animal may be set the task of finding out the square root of 16. Very
    • it. If we consider the whole matter, we shall find that it is really
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • on the Iliad itself we find many a word of resignation which shows us
    • And then we find how Kriemhilde and Brunnhilde whom we meet at the same
    • Jesus. As a most intimate concern of the heart of humanity, we find
    • directly into the animal train of evolution. Indeed we find if we go
    • of humanity, we find first of all — one might say — the
    • Nowhere do we find it possible to place even the most remote human race
    • and have a sufficiently unprejudiced view we find without reference
    • cease, but we find that the human soul in general is in quite a different
    • with the brain. And then of course we find that in the human soul those
    • do we find that what then ruled in the soul of man, what then worked,
    • find the present-day imagination, but — if we may use the expression
    • If we go back beyond Homer we find that men had clairvoyant consciousness,
    • to that modern mode of vision which we find in Agamemnon, in Nestor
    • consciousness, we find that Ilmarinen brings forth everything that is
    • my soul, it was a wonderful, amazing fact to find again in this epic
    • “Falsches sagen die gewisslich and befinden
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    • the abyss, and there will be an insistent demand that man must find
    • woods and mountains and find signposts at cross roads, he may find
    • significance, the prosaic does not remain prosaic. Just as we find
    • notices to help us find our way — and we find signposts
    • again, exactly repeated, we find there to-day the following saying,
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • into details; the work has been published and these findings can now
    • leaves and blossoms right up into the seeds. Naturally, we find the
    • limestone. Then he describes this bit, and works up his findings into
    • we should find the whole thing quite different. We should observe
    • In those early times we should find man placed in the
    • surface. Then, going out into the great spaces, we find a raying
    • Sun-forces can find entry, and the innocent Jesus-child, who must be
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    • were. Then we find a subtle difference between winter-limestone and
    • — we find it permeated
    • large. Finding the spring-limestone full of life, they hope to be
    • beings, we find they are of etheric nature. And it is impossible for
    • etheric. You will find that because these wings are actually feeling
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    • interweaving life. And so, to find the essential human being during
    • find our gaze directed to the depths of the Earth itself. We find
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
    • Thus we should find, through these musical harmonies, our own inner
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture V: The Working Together of the Four Archangels
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    • above to find him. During the summer Gabriel carries into man all
    • above we find Raphael, with his deeply thoughtful gaze; with the
    • we find:
    • which staggers one — to find that when out of a certain poetic
    • that, we can find in many a poem some indications of the cosmic
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity, we find there an
    • certain period of history, we find a very highly developed
    • centuries after Christ, we find in Greece and Italy numbers of
    • centuries. But then we are astonished to find this same
    • not happen, we shall find that on into our own times the
    • repudiated. Thus we find that in the early centuries,
    • in those times and we shall find much justification for the
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • own and yet to come, they will find more understanding than is
    • said finds its way to inadequately prepared hearts and souls
    • can only be led to these events when, as seers, we find the way
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • style, Ernest Renan applies to Christ what one often finds
    • of Christ into so much cheap fiction and yet finds no words of
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Anyone who experiences such things will not find it good
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • man must find on earth if he is to stand firm against Lucifer
    • find the path leading upwards from the Earth to the Spirit. And
    • must find which one He really is. — Only the disciples
    • waged by people — and such there are — who find
    • his books (just try it sometime) one finds ad infinitum:
    • learn how to read ... On one of the pages we find the sentence:
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    • world from his mother's body finds himself able to receive the
    • become wisdom, we find ourselves in fact under a ‘tree,’
    • find a connection between our human being and the virtues. We can
    • rightly extended over the whole horizon of life, and man finds his
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
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    • against the paradox, and find ourselves saying: If thinking has
    • human; it is in thinking that we find our human dignity —
    • nevertheless find no real contradiction. And secondly, I
    • breathing, we find that it is a process which for the most part
    • find the systematic exercises described in greater detail
    • you will find the relevant exercises, which are intimate
    • in ordinary life we find the external physical world
    • authenticated by our sensory perceptions, we find, after the
    • discovered within us, and what we find within us we connect
    • something which many people will find abominable — which
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    • fate of this soul of his, will find himself confronted by a
    • consciousness, we find that it has something passive about it,
    • thinking and feeling with the tools of psychology finds them
    • and so on. There you will find details of those
    • however, find fantastic and harmful the exercises which follow
    • describe — and you will find that everything that is
    • have struggled to achieve, believing we find in them realities
    • finds that his environment is changed. How far it is changed I
    • one's steps in life, one finds that these steps seem to reveal
    • formed; how soul finds its way to soul, moving outside the
    • they stride through the gate of death, men find themselves once
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    • who gave simple expression to so much that men find great and
    • — we can find our own place in the development of
    • gain a certain spiritual vision by modern methods to find that,
    • When we try as modern men in this sense to find our way with
    • find the way into the spiritual world which I described two
    • therefore, if we want to find the deepest historical impulses,
    • quite considerably from that which we find in earlier ages of
    • observe this in life, will find that our thinking today
    • present civilization. And we find this characteristic
    • inorganic world, we find that all their materials and
    • will not yield to our enquiry. And we shall not find the bridge
    • will find that the Greek sculptor did not work from a model as
    • Greece we find on the one hand this unity of art and science,
    • more we find that its spiritual life is something different
    • or others, we find that their standpoint has grown out of the
    • do indeed find in the more Westerly parts just that separation
    • Scientific thought, we find, is thus the motive impulse of the
    • in the East we find an echo of an earlier unity of religion,
    • representative Central European, we find art and science
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    • but it is more important to find a specific point of view for
    • find, it is regarded as an ideal to stand back from what the
    • we can look once more into a spiritual world; and find this
    • paradoxical as the outlook of today may find it, for the
    • when man finds himself confronted with physical actuality, it
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    • vitalized thinking, we find that, at the very moment when we
    • world. It is in the world outside that man finds his real
    • distances, you will find your real self. We can therefore say:
    • cannot find a bridge from one to the other. We can watch the
    • abstractness, it attains to reality, we shall find the
    • materiality. We find it possible to direct our path of
    • into the whole man, we shall find the spiritual element that
    • We find the cosmos stored up as recollection
    • inside us. And we thus find it possible — exactly as in
    • Similarly, when we understand our organism aright, we find that
    • seen in the spirit. And here, of course, we do not find an
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    • an outlook on things in accord with spirit, finds himself
    • has to find the proper place in social life as a whole.
    • find our place in the world can never be determined by abstract
    • very soon find that our concepts, intended as they are to
    • understanding of social needs, to find our way out of
    • outlook such as I have been developing, we find that, like the
    • time. We find, too, that only through what we achieve with an
    • The second is that of finding a bridge across to someone else,
    • find our own place in life and also a bridge to men in other
    • enables man to find within him the impulses that lead and drive
    • personality, finding them only among his soul's innermost
    • as I indicated then, the real moral impulses that man can find
    • its fruitfulness at any period, if only men can find a social
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    • line of thought: further East, we find not just autocracy, but
    • word, we soon find, when we analyse the spirit of legislation
    • Looking at human history from this standpoint, we shall find
    • economic ordinances of the period: everywhere you will find
    • Increasingly, we find economic life pure and simple
    • further West, therefore, we find that, although men evolve
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • find that he sees the ideal social system in the creation of a
    • When we look at Asia, we find that there the idea of
    • in the Orient, we find that it embraced a humanity quite
    • leadership of the masses. Everywhere we find that the man
    • healer. We find in the East an intimate connection between all
    • looking at Wilamowitz. What we find is that, in Oriental
    • back at the Orient, we find that, in the mysteries too, what
    • properly, we shall naturally find a great deal that is
    • higher psychic sense, man experienced something that also finds
    • life, man really had to find his individuality. The European of
    • Everywhere in Europe we find evidence of the difficulty men
    • ego into the general social order. Men are unable to find the
    • what is lacking in the social order. What we need to find,
    • find a way to imaginative identification with others.
    • important thing is to find society in man himself. The
    • must each have our profession. If we find the right bridge
    • of finding its place in human society. In co-operatives, in the
    • everywhere we feel a need to find a way out of the self into
    • encounter many people in this purely intellectual age who find
    • conquered, so that after finding itself Europe can now, from
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • of party opinion, wthout finding anything really bad
    • call them. But they are! If you can only find the right
    • can find it interesting; what interests them first and
    • universities), we find there, at any rate where the
    • into himself, he finds as the basic substance of his physical
    • exerted themselves to find intellectual methods which would
    • When we go still further West, to America, however, we find
    • potentialities for the future. We find, for example, that
    • do indeed find that a good deal of what the Americans have
    • a spiritual vision is attained. Thus, we find Americans
    • find once more a way of speaking philosophically out of a
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 10: From Monolithic to Threefold Unity
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    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • consciousness, you will find them in economic institutions
    • human organism in detail finds that this atrophying is going on
    • organization. And he will find that the development of
    • certain development and have been led to find, in the stillness
    • inevitably find that the elements that develop freely in the
    • find what is the law for men. They called this “the law
    • nature of the state. That is why we find — not simply in
    • they attempt to do so; and what they find, when they
    • being can always do so again if only we find the right
    • find that for a given period — every period is different
    • Orient, you will find that it is regarded as a necessary
    • this, you will find that differences of rank and class follow
    • of the social organism will also follow. And then you will find
    • find that what we must aim at is not a division but an
    • People will be rather shocked, perhaps, to find that I am not
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • find expressed in a part of the Bible towards which we should always
    • motive here touched on you will be able to find out further things for
    • of the first half of the 19th Century — you still find
    • modern spiritual science — yet you still find descriptions of
    • When man no longer finds
    • but only a higher blossoming of it. One finds with such societies —
    • compassion; right in the profoundest depths of their souls; one finds
    • that if we find such things anywhere in the world, we do not regard
    • is something harmonious and noble, might be a copy of that which finds
    • should find a path outwards into each separate relationships of the
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    • he may not we again find expressed in a part of the Bible towards
    • still find descriptions of pythic and prophetic clairvoyance. The
    • When man no longer finds inward
    • egoism, but only a higher blossoming of it. One finds within such
    • souls one finds disharmony, quarrelsomeness, mutual calumniation,
    • that we can learn to know them more intimately. And if we find such
    • and noble, might be a copy of that which finds expression in the
    • building should find a path outwards into each separate
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    • dualism which cannot find the bridge between the Ideal —
    • the various paths of philosophy if one does not find the
    • find true certainty as regards what you yourself experience in
    • we find in what we now experience inwardly, a reality. Of
    • Ideal; and in this stream he seeks to find a firm point. St.
    • which we shall speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • the soul-life of man through these three stages, one finds in
    • infinite energy to find the bridge, (You can find the essential
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    • language of the facts will find out in the not too distant
    • leave to find work in America, to take part in and get to know
    • will find that things that are supposed to be guideposts,
    • life, they would soon find that they are capable of nothing.
    • can lead to an improvement?, then you would find that he has
    • must know the laws of the becoming of humanity. We cannot find
    • had to have had intuition in order to be able to find out about
    • soul—finds that everything that determines outward
    • thing in the here-and-now. If it is to find an ascent again, it
    • must find the spirit in the present, the inwardness, in the
    • that it will again find the harmony between itself and the
    • will find that a half freedom has taken over from the old
    • also thought in this way. You can find in
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    • find that the achievement of this pure Greek architectural
    • existence, and support the human being, so that he finds
    • Surveying the centuries which follow, we find that again,
    • unspiritual way — but how it is unable to find any sort
    • brutality of the times, find the way to the vision of the world
    • age at all finds many signs of the times; but they are all
    • find, however, a queer fish of a fellow, a simple journeyman
    • us go out to meet the longings, and find the way to those whose
    • book closes: may some God, hovering somewhere about, find a
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    • forces of evolution, will find renewed significance in a memorable
    • possible to find a method of studying nature, which goes to
    • and the experience of the senses, and finds within these facts the
    • view, Fichte, Hegel and Schopenhauer, we find from a study of their
    • Schopenhauer finds in this something entirely worthless,
    • between Goethe and Schopenhauer. In Goethe they find themselves
    • do we find?
    • find books to-day written on a basis for which the spirit is an
    • that though they do not understand each other, they find something
    • possible to take up a position on the summit and there to find a
    • still on one fixed point, but, in order to find truth, to climb
    • as you will find them discussed in detail in my book,
    • in the colourful scenes, but that he can also find behind the words
    • wanted to come to the Beautiful Lily. If we could only find a
    • important words. ‘You will not find the Ferryman again, and
    • its highest, to find a bridge over my own body, in order to
    • second way; for there is another possibility. At dusk you will find
    • me, you must find the Giant.’
    • to find out is what the Snake whispered to the Old Man in the
    • into Precious Stones, but Metals are destroyed. He finds his Wife
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    • particular point of view, and attempt to find the basic idea, the
    • justified — that you might find a way to it — in
    • he finds it repulsive or attractive, sympathetic or antipathetic. And
    • of being developed to this point. We can also justifiably find
    • everyone can find such truths confirmed as those dealing with numbers
    • a certain stage of perfection. So that we shall also now find it easy
    • concept wonderfully. But you also often find with such a
    • up the gold wherever they find it; they lack any inventive faculty,
    • stands there, and when we see him, we find only that we understand
    • We find ourselves on earth as beings with souls. These or the
    • it and gradually find the kingdom of the spirit. The other way goes
    • in the Old Man's ear, and we have to find out what that is. It would
    • kernel of being, will not be in a position, when he dies, to find
    • must develop it in the body, so that we may find it outside the body.
    • must be of an esoteric kind, and you will find that one can really
    • which finds its expression in the passage of the Chorus
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    • year 1824 at the second part of Faust. We find that Goethe knew
    • my servant Job?’ What is here said we find in the poem,
    • world, dissolves together with it and knows wherein it finds peace
    • could he find what he had already looked for as a boy, when at the
    • developing in ever greater refinement. But it was not easy to find
    • with their mysteries as something to which he could find no way.
    • centuries, when studious lives were led, we find a great
    • they could find in their own souls. When they raised their
    • by Albertus Magnus, we find it begins with a description of the lowest
    • part of nature and ends in a vision of God. You find here no dry,
    • find it to be deceived by the swindling and charlatanism then
    • life's striving and his urgent desire for knowledge. So we find him
    • find that what is described by Goethe, can be really experienced by
    • spiritual world towards which he was striving. We find in this
    • way from that experience which we find in the second part of
    • hope to find the
    • ‘student scene.’ Only later did Goethe find the means
    • We find next that Faust is drawn by Mephistopheles and
    • world in order to find the spirit in each single being, in such
    • setting in 1790. And now we see how Goethe finds the way step by
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    • order to await the rising of the spiritual sun. We find in the
    • this dawn, but we also find clearly indicated that the path is
    • We find Faust ‘bedded on flowery turf, fatigued,
    • beings. We find him withdrawn from all physical vision, veiled in
    • which one finds everywhere, filling the soul when it gives
    • confidence and certainty that he will find there what he seeks: the
    • of the supernatural world, which you find called the
    • The spirit Faust finds in the realm of the Mothers. He
    • The Homunculus wishes to find out from them how one can come to be,
    • ‘Where and how does one find the Spirit’
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    • a kind of colony, we find there a disposition of soul utterly
    • find that he did not live in such a way as to say: ‘I have in
    • content, we find everywhere that for the action which we
    • memories, we find developed to a remarkable degree something of
    • pointed out already, we are beginning once more to find it
    • Russia, we find them everywhere in Central Europe. All
    • memory, which latter finds its completion in the spiritual life
    • illness suddenly find that a portion of their past life, which
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    • descendants of the races of Atlantis were finding their way
    • clever man of the present day, I should find myself saying of
    • has recently appeared, and you will find right at the beginning
    • we find also among these peoples something which to most of us
    • prehistoric times, the more do we find this kind of conquest
    • trend of historical evolution, we find that the aggressors were
    • so we find that these Oriental conflicts, often so terrible and
    • Mysteries, we find we have to describe it in the following way.
    • we find how the young races who cannot of themselves develop
    • the reflective faculties, set out to find these in wars of
    • Greece, we find a somewhat different development. Over in
    • find a people who did indeed know how to grow old, but were
    • himself. He could not find his true relation with death. On the
    • the Greek we find, not a longing for a reflective
    • of death, they needed to find the inner living mystery of
    • in man, and man was at a loss to find his true relation to it.
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    • human existence which I have just described, we find him at
    • which Earth-humanity led for a period, as you will find
    • on finding his way by some means or other into the very heart
    • what manner these two personalities had to find their part
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    • ancient times, the more do we find man possessing this
    • it. And in the life of these pupils we find always the feeling:
    • the Sun. In such manner did the pupil learn to find his
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    • The deep fellow-feeling, too, with animals that we find in Asia
    • Thus we find in the Mysteries over in the East a sublime
    • civilisation we find no more than a shadow-picture, a phantom
    • Alexander the Great is born, and finds his teacher Aristotle.
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    • into which only the highest part of our nature can find
    • more general qualities and characteristics, we find that we
    • follows? Over in Europe we find the world from out of which
    • Greece. Only here and there in the Roman world do we find a
    • Ephesus we first find a difference. There the pupils in the
    • we find growing up in the West a civilisation that rests wholly
    • Greece were ever and again able to find a refuge. Alexander
    • Into Europe it could not find entrance in the same way. Europe
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
    • will find that he works right into the physical man. Your
    • returning Crusaders. We find it in every corner of Europe,
    • Similarly in these years one could still find isolated
    • so to-day we find ourselves in a period that marks a genuine
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    • In short, when we look around in the world, we find all about
    • forces of the Earth are also in every single object that I find
    • can actually find certain places in Nature where the physical
    • again you may find these galls, in oaks, and in other trees
    • cells, and similar in form to something else we find in Nature,
    • find you can draw them, too, in that form. The drawing will, it
    • When we follow up the matter, we find that long ago at a
    • the mountains you will find these crystals with their wonderful
    • hexagonal forms. What you find in the solid crystals, you find
    • must find our way again into the intimate connections of Nature
    • to recognise such connections can we hope to find again a true
    • all parts of the circumference. If you can succeed in finding
    • condition. It is quite impossible to find even the slightest
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    • erect places where we Gods can find the men who do sacrifice
    • led up to the time of Ephesus, we find that the more advanced
    • find the sacrifice done by human beings, and in the sacrificing
    • almost entirely gone. For whoever would find the way, for
    • outer physical eye of man could find them. None the less there
    • the Gods in the gentle radiance of their eyes, would find them
    • that time. To find the Rosicrucian master the pupil must first
    • gentle light of the physical eye. Then it was possible to find
    • whence the language of Heaven can speak. And so we find in
    • were already finding a way to meet this Jealousy of the Gods.
    • could find in it a memory of the Temple of Ephesus.
    • find in himself the power of freedom, and now we behold
    • it rests with us to find in the pain the urge to action, to
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    • encounter the Guardian of the Threshold in some form, one finds
    • dishonest and must be abandoned. Anthroposophy will then find
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    • observe dreams from the waking state, you will find that these
    • a higher sense, whether the soul finds forces within itself for
    • such a higher awakening; and only by finding the answer to this
    • finds in the world and experiences as akin to himself.
    • if nature works artistically, then man simply does not find out
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    • through those exercises which you can find described in my various
    • Ordering, which spread everywhere; one finds memories of this in
    • in an anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
    • nations, one can find characterised in a certain way what lies
    • and Saint-Simon we find an extraordinary mysticism appearing side
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    • arises in man, he finds that every conscious thought that is
    • dissolution of life, consciousness is connected. We find the
    • find that in reality — I have pointed to this before
    • all this, you will find that they are listening to something
    • opinion.” Thus in our time you find all over the place
    • comes, when the Earth-spirit sleeps, we must find the strength
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    • words: “Thou must find the mean,” so that through
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • to one side and now to the other, he could not always find
    • cannot attain in one life, because he does not always find
    • often find among the ancient philosophers echoes of the
    • by the sentient-soul. "we find one side to which man can
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • gift of the gods to find at that time the happy mean in
    • finds certain information, and afterwards it transpires that
    • find that he does not feel such a thing to be wrong. He will
    • post-Atlantean age, we find that "Temperance or Moderation"
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very
    • moral impulses, and we find what we may call practical wisdom
    • man comes to find riddles in the phenomena of everyday life,
    • wisdom had disappeared do we find the statement that
    • at first, finds nothing with which it can clothe itself.
    • study. But you will find much more for yourselves by
    • will find how fruitful these ideas are if you carry them
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    • when considered objectively, we shall find a solution for
    • kinship among the animals before his mind and to find the path
    • art, he was now able to find the classic style that he wished
    • how does man find freedom within his own soul? He devoted
    • “only when they find earthworms.” The quotations from Goethe
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    • finds in his father's collections and place them on a music
    • you can find de la
    • if it had not been discovered by Columbus. You will find it
    • vision and disregard all other things, we find that it falls
    • and youth finds in him a spiritual force of life, brought with him
    • with which he described his life to us, to find fault with it
    • body finds that it easily takes objective form when the etheric
    • profound insights in his soul appear that we find in reading
    • able to estimate how difficult it is to find the way to a human
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    • find a definite answer he pointed to the correct number in a
    • more thorough investigation, similar findings will undoubtedly
    • into consideration, you will no longer find incomprehensible
    • who are finding their way into contemporary education are
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    • other cultures of earlier times, we shall find that the measure
    • summer the earth sleeps, so it is not possible then to find
    • would find fault with themselves, in a way, for living in such
    • a person could find in his vocation the connections between
    • only two or three centuries ago, you will find that the human
    • things. Thus you will find in ordinary literature and even in
    • world to gradually find the opposite pole. This consists in
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    • the life of the soul. But what people are now trying to find on
    • part of the soul. Nonetheless, the most perverted findings must
    • who finds, for example, ruined life plans at the bottom of the
    • analyzing the soil he finds a certain manure with which it has
    • this way, and we might find, together with the residue
    • The way we find our relationships in our daily work, our
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    • became the specific individual we find in history. The fact
    • do you find them so terribly bad,” they generally did not know
    • you will find, up to the thirtieth decimal point at least, the
    • Theosophical Society. We find this hidden away in the writings
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    • Science must find the reasons why humans cease at this point to
    • numerous points within modern evolution we find those whose
    • “deep as the world,” anyone can find innumerable adherents and
    • francs and find in the issue for 1913, which was printed, of
    • finds that it is better not to say such things but rather to do
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    • but also the metal. I find new things of this kind every day
    • and would find many more if I had the leisure and more
    • find that the people themselves register the facts quite
    • nineteenth century have written, and you will find at what
    • In particular, you will find in it a neat definition of women
    • women! The author then finds that certain crazy psychologists
    • worship. [ So we find among the molluscs and other animals
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    • then to find his way directly to the Godhead without the
    • imagines he can find the way to his god, but rather
    • seem, you will find that they describe nothing but an angel,
    • person imagines that he or she is finding the way to the
    • highest God, but to what such a person really does find the
    • way. Thus, in this manner, individuals find the way only to
    • ascend to a knowledge of the spiritual world and hopes to find
    • even remain within the Greco-Latin but we should find more if
    • to the Persian — we find everywhere that what was uttered by
    • came from words if only they should find the right relationship
    • find the way to make Christ live in their souls. The Christ is
    • since we began with the question, “How can the human being find
    • biography of James Watt you will find mention of the following
    • understand the Christ principle, if humanity finds the way to
    • demons of the machines, so must we find the way spiritually
    • them to find a way to Christ.
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    • soul must find the way to Him for himself with those means that
    • luciferic temptation to the Mystery of Golgotha, we find it to
    • say, in various regions of the earth we find religious cults
    • look upon as the hoary antiquity of history, we find that human
    • we go back to the ancestral cults, what we find is the worship
    • ego is gradually to be born in the individual. We now find that
    • individual mysticism to find angels, archangels, even archai,
    • it is not possible by this individual mysticism to find the
    • look back again to the ancient mysteries, we find that in them
    • Lucifer. When we go back into ancient times, we find everywhere
    • find described in my
    • mysterious way with the moon, as you will find explained also in
    • in me do I find my connection with the spiritual world.” All
    • knowledge in a sentence you find expressed before 1887:
    • what is unchristian and how little they can find their way to
    • Hermann Bahr just is not trying to find his way into spiritual
    • science, which he finds too difficult, but is relapsing into
    • supplement: Spiritism originated from an honest attempt to find
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    • Venus, and then that of Vulcan. As man finds himself again in
    • different incarnations, so the earth finds itself as Jupiter,
    • really wanted to seek Christ-Jesus, who really wanted to find
    • be done only when man finds the courage really to penetrate
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    • would discover a complicated map, where you would find
    • reason you find everywhere at the basis of the ancient
    • your senses outward. There by means of your senses you find
    • in its becoming. Then we find that during the eighteenth
    • current history book do you find any accurate account of this
    • astounded that one should thus find nothing about such a
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    • to be filled by the sun, he would find in this space red hot
    • considers to be filled by the sun, he would find in this
    • where the sun is, we should find yes, indeed, an getting
    • near, we should find something that would have the same
    • should find first what we could only call empty space. Where
    • find my meaning so puzzling. Now let us assume you possess
    • with the spirit-land as you will find it described in
    • man's life of soul and spirit. You will find it obvious that
    • friends, in our days you find in science the same diagram!
    • You will find the same diagram, exactly the same, as you
    • related to the Pneuma; again today you find it drawn, and we
    • when seeing themselves. We must find the elements once more
    • themselves about basic questions they would find means and
    • the people themselves. You will find that here in Berlin
    • thing that decides is whether a concept finds its right
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    • working classes of the day, — finding no understanding
    • they then attempt to find in these conditions, that went
    • find, that spiritual science is the very best training for
    • finding out whether a particular business-works is needed. If
    • curious, how hard many people find it in these days to bring
    • ground, we can not possibly find our way out of the
    • find their satisfaction subsequently in the rear. In talking
    • stamp-press turns out every day. One can really only find use
    • can only find the answer to a question like this, if we are
    • possible to find anything which is absolutely good:
    • organism, and of recognising that they find expression in
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    • finds no difficulty. I must confess that, so far, I have met
    • the same results as you find in my Roots of the Social
    • find there, with the crazy things in the party-programmes.
    • impossible. The point about what you find in the Roots of the
    • always expected to find something new to say! Well, they
    • outside; — they can't expect us always to be finding
    • will still find people to come quite willingly, and work
    • that now we find ourselves in trouble. And you — I say
    • we cannot find a sufficient number of people with the courage
    • unfree they are, are people for whom one can find much more
    • spiritual life, one finds a certain number of people no
    • these days. And until we find means to put a clear
    • until we find means to do this, we shall get no further. When
    • find its carriers in men, who really have courage to
    • we should find a sufficiently large number of people who
    • know, we have endeavoured, really, to find an attitude
    • tendencies one undoubtedly finds a consciousness of how much
    • tried to find an attitude towards Syndicalism; that is to
    • say, I have tried to find people amongst the syndicalists who
    • do to-day is, to find a sufficiently large number of people
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    • There must be some reason why humanity finds it so difficult to
    • makes pronouncements about its findings, and then reaches its
    • conclusions on the basis of these findings. The scientist of
    • upon which the source of his findings is revealed to him. For
    • findings appear set out before the eye of the spirit.
    • findings of natural science, as far as they can be valued, that
    • — the scientist continues — in order to find out
    • really impossible to find out anything in this way. For we get
    • findings of the science of spirit. In order to do this,
    • finding the path into the spiritual world.
    • world you wish to remain within reality, you find yourself
    • experience. We have to find quite different inner forces in our
    • second power. You can find more detailed information in my
    • spirit, but to find the way from spirit to matter, to immerse
    • we find that it only explains the middle of the three parts,
    • undifferentiated, a fact that the findings of modern science
    • experience our thinking? We find that as it exists in
    • the free will we find that nothing mortal in the human being
    • carries out the actions, but we find that free actions are
    • this way cannot possibly find an answer to the problem of
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    • take everything that has happened up to the present day we find
    • century A.D. and we find that everything that happened in the
    • of life we find a kind of life that is more like a society. And
    • political questions of America find their solution under the
    • must say that I find Woodrow Wilson as a thinker and scientist
    • recognized. I find an extraordinarily sympathetic
    • is something our age has got to learn, but finds so difficult
    • they find a few sentences the same with two different authors
    • What does he find? He looks for it in the so called
    • psychologists he honestly tried to find something their souls
    • method that is right for natural science? We find the forces of
    • decay. We find the part of life that becomes dead in historical
    • then we find ourselves restricted to studying the
    • with a few historical findings of the science of spirit. I
    • perceptive consciousness into history, we do in fact find that
    • find that the configuration, the structure of the human
    • describing the findings of the science of spirit quite
    • findings — of following historical evolution from a
    • public a finding of the science of spirit. One must approach
    • its findings as merely fantastic. We reach back into an ancient
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    • the soul had to develop in order to find its way from the
    • expect to find something that will lead him to the real being
    • doubts become of finding in it a gateway into the world
    • actually achieved when this comes about. You can find a more
    • possible to find the being of man. We see that because our
    • experiences are concerned. And he will then find, as long as he
    • was the same both times he played, enabled him to find the same
    • achieve this. You will also find these in the books I have
    • the world will in many respects find much that is beautiful,
    • we do not normally find these spiritual beings in our usual
    • becomes living logic which can be permeated by what it finds
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    • results of observation and experiment, and find in this way the
    • through certain exercises of the will. Again, you will find
    • find the way into higher worlds. He can take his self-education
    • related us to other human beings, and we find ourselves in
    • come to know our own organism. For we find what belongs
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    • person with real inner sensitivity would find it any longer
    • soul, an uncertainty and powerlessness, an inability to find
    • Although no really sensitive person would find it
    • general, he would probably find more reason to consider that
    • to epoch in order to make it possible for man to find such a
    • to find out something about the world that constitutes the
    • what, in fact, does one find out? The scientist has to
    • admit that having penetrated this smallest of worlds, he finds
    • to man, it was thought possible to find material which would
    • thought that we would find the single egg cell, out of which
    • whom he expected to be his successor. And now we find today
    • other substance, this is not the main thing, for we find
    • universe, in the relatively large, as we find working
    • very small, we examine the very large we only find what we know
    • to be found in us? Is it possible to find it or, if we are
    • I look into myself, I find feelings, ideas, joy and sorrow, I
    • find what I have experienced in the world, but I do not find an
    • rightly says — find this ego? If it could be found so
    • present-day literature on this subject will increasingly find
    • have said, I cannot go into details — you can find all
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    • movements. They find that the human element in them is being
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    • far enough back in the evolution of the earth, we find man is
    • previous development. You find this evolution described In my
    • for the whole of humanity. You will find such things described
    • these races were to blame for this. Indeed we find that there
    • try to find out the connection between, let us say, what
    • Theory of Metamorphosis to-day, you can find in that
    • doctrine of purpose, of aim. You find that doctrine of
    • such as one finds advocated in the fire-sounding words of
    • that at first sight, but the matter goes further. One finds
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    • find the right equilibrium between the Spiritual and material
    • Earth, endeavour to find such instincts in man that his
    • has come to humanity, and humanity must resolve to find that
    • should find his inner orientation, that he should attain an
    • and Form. Then only do I find equilibrium”.
    • will, which will give him the power henceforth to find the
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    • our instincts. We have therefore to seek the means of finding
    • wanting to find the Christ must do so by direct perception.
    • As we find Nature by perceiving her directly, so we find the
    • Naturally I should find it easier to ignore this pernickety
    • — and you not only find inside: some particular class
    • to be given out, to succeed in finding an echo in the hearts
    • of friends, to find a really responsible echo. For the
    • imposes upon you. You will find many things different from
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    • page he finds a great deal to grumble at because the tone of
    • science, we try to find out why this is so, we have to come
    • day is to find Christ, he must find Him by direct
    • discover Nature, so through inner perception, we find the
    • that means that we may find a starting point for an
    • You will find out many other things as well, which you have
    • and you will find that this is so; if you try to understand
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    • the world of Ahriman and can only find its true path of
    • that in the pr sent age he must find a link with all that
    • Spirit in this art of education. Yet we are finding
    • another planet. Living an the Earth as you do, you will find
    • succeed in finding their way from merely abstract concepts
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    • to find that the soul-processes in the artist and the lover
    • Whoever is able to perceive this will also find — to make
    • He finds that this human form is wishing for something that
    • illustration: Whoever studies the human skeleton finds, even
    • to this, will everywhere find that this open secret, this
    • is widened and we find that, strictly speaking, what I have
    • elementary feeling, we shall find ourselves absolutely
    • superphysical. We shall then find that the further we go into
    • look at plastic art we shall find that here both for plane
    • things, we still find the urge in us to experience what is
    • about them; they will increasingly find expression through
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    • think always of the ordinary meaning of words, they find it
    • the brain, there we find music. The process by which the
    • sometimes feel disappointed; instead of finding ready answers
    • to their commonplace questions, they find other worlds whose
    • artists we must find the connection with super-sensible
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    • I will try to find out the constituents that are required for man's
    • to find out something about the real nature of wheat by investigating
    • and find that here we have in Nature something that is of value as a
    • grows in order that human beings may find nourishment.
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • words: “Thou must find the mean,” so that through
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • to one side and now to the other, he could not always find
    • cannot attain in one life, because he does not always find
    • often find among the ancient philosophers echoes of the
    • by the sentient-soul. "We find one side to which man can
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • gift of the gods to find at that time the happy mean in
    • finds certain information, and afterwards it transpires that
    • find that he does not feel such a thing to be wrong. He will
    • post-Atlantean age, we find that "Temperance or Moderation"
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very
    • moral impulses, and we find what we may call practical wisdom
    • man comes to find riddles in the phenomena of everyday life,
    • wisdom had disappeared do we find the statement that
    • at first, finds nothing with which it can clothe itself.
    • study. But you will find much more for yourselves by
    • will find how fruitful these ideas are if you carry them
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    • earth-life, do we find hidden the actual, immortal part of the
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    • time and find it in a previous fleshly incarnation, trace it
    • farther back and find it again in another incarnation, and so
    • find it at all in any former fleshly incarnation; but if we do,
    • closely, we find that his etheric body received its archetypal
    • personality is the one you find in the Biblical history named
    • you find so beautifully described in the Bible. And so,
    • we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • for themselves? The task of finding, on the basis of judgment
    • Christ into ourselves. We then find the whole process of our
    • find how everything tends toward the goal of becoming ever more
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    • findings: the entire person.
    • science here intends — can find methods to lead others to
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    • enabling people to find their way into spiritual life. There
    • has changed, and this leads people to attempt to find
    • tried, and the many who are still trying, to find through
    • who still find satisfaction in what traditional religion has
    • contemporaries find satisfactory. The situation in Spain can
    • find through natural science, that is, through knowledge of
    • able at such places to find answers to spiritual questions?
    • finds the ‘I,’ and when he widens it to encompass
    • the ‘world-I,’ he finds contentment.”
    • where you will not find such vague general answers given to
    • authorities, they find nothing but powerlessness and
    • spiritual life, a place where human beings can find concrete
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    • frequently; you will find ancient wisdom gradually
    • doubtful morality. It is unlikely that one will find the
    • finds rudiments of bone and muscle long before there is any
    • shown later. Those who wish to find another name only show
    • the time when our remote ancestors lived, we find that they
    • spiritual historical research. You will find that every
    • via the blood begins to wane, although the wisdom still finds
    • You will find this to be the case in all races and peoples.
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    • greatest riddles. When attempts are made to find meaning in
    • pain goes far beyond that of misfortune. We find in Aeschylus,
    • view we find expressed at the start of the biblical story of
    • bound up with suffering. However, we also find in the Old
    • sin. The modern materialistic outlook finds it difficult to
    • sin, we find the remarkable figure of Job. The story of Job
    • people would find it difficult to accept. But if you look
    • human life more carefully, we find phenomena that indicate
    • you will find that substances are perpetually being absorbed
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    • mature is one of life's greatest riddles; those who find
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    • evolved being, man, we find that after one or two generations
    • educated person finds difficulty in recognizing that many
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    • connected with the spiritual world, we wish to find the
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    • find pleasure in things for which a physical tool is needed
    • described cannot unfold. We find instead what is called the
    • particular may find this division oppressive; not, however,
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    • through inner preparation, gradually to find their way to the
    • you find yourself. Wear the clothes that are worn generally,
    • nothing different or conspicuous. Thus, you will find that
    • you will find in my book Knowledge of Higher Worlds and
    • person must be able to find himself in a world of pure
    • find a thinking that combines physical facts, but thoughts
    • constellation of Taurus, and we find in ancient Egypt the
    • whose sign is the intertwining spirals — a sign you find
    • You can find
    • at least by the initiates. If we go back far enough, we find
    • the Rosicrucians; you will not find them in any books. They
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    • scientific world view, they find it nebulous. This has not
    • person believes he will discover finds expression through
    • everywhere we find primordial cultures where art and science
    • humans would have to find the way back to fellowship and
    • in material existence that he can find no deliverance from
    • spiritual science, but others may find it somewhat strange.
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    • beings find it difficult to transport themselves into such a
    • of Luke and find two different genealogies of Jesus of
    • Joseph, they find in Matthew the name Solomon, in Luke the
    • name Nathan; going further they find many more names that
    • as the New Testament. We find that the early Church Fathers
    • “What I find in the Bible is the only truth.”
    • who simply find it more comfortable to remain within views to
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven." No words
    • spirit, for within themselves they shall find the Kingdom of
    • Higher Worlds and its Attainment, you will find this
    • Mystical Fact, you will find this question answered in
    • find in the New Testament many sayings attributed to Jesus.
    • “I.” This you find particularly in the Gospel
    • we find that it opens the door to many of the mysteries
    • in every human soul, to the human's “I.” We find
    • the name Jehovah, we find that it means something like
    • themselves they shall find the Kingdom of Heaven.”
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    • who were able to find new life because of them; but also there were
    • isolation, grasping the higher I, could find itself again in the
    • sincere and honest? In many cases we will find the answer is: Yes,
    • of life we will find the answer to be that in most cases all is
    • finds an absolute, unconditional recognition. And the basis for such
    • represent such and such a thing find themselves in a most difficult
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    • Whoever follows him in the spirit may find a religiously Intimate knowledge
    • reality to the Eastern man. If the Eastern man finds today in his reality
    • should find their way past the ghosts into the spirit — and thus will
    • down to man. in the West, it has become the human word. It must find the
    • once streamed for us from heaven to earth, finds its way back from the
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    • powerful life of thought, which we find all the more powerful,
    • we find that when the human being was asleep, the organs of
    • Solovieff's philosophy, we find, particularly in Solovieff,
    • shall find that American science greatly differs from European
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    • an epoch of many thousands of years, we would find a moment
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    • in man and coming to the head, we find a pace of life (lebenstempe)
    • which is four times slower than the one we find when we go, for example,
    • which causes much headache today, finds its explanation here at least:
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    • One only has to find the
    • Therefore one has to find
    • about it. You will find in all corresponding textbooks the notation:
    • find that everywhere, if you look it up. That is not very surprising.
    • find everywhere in the things of the world traces of divine creation.
    • system. After he has gone through that, he finds the entry into Sälde.
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    • today's point of view in regard to health and illness, you will find
    • one thinks: if man eats this or that substance, which one finds out
    • plant forms, luminously shining forth, will we be able to find new remedies
    • I also find only concepts there; that does not give me an occasion
    • such as medical knowledge and medical ability. If one will find the
    • and find today only if I understand the whole world, and man out of
    • finds that youth agrees that the old people are philistines, but up
    • the old light age. We have to find the possibility to comprehend the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • proved right? We will find this has to do with the fact that
    • You can find a sensitive construction like this in many of the
    • find a solution. Ahriman is the one who appears first when this
    • of finding a “cause” for each “effect.”
    • people always have to find the cause of it. But this
    • means finding the inevitability. If you look with sufficient
    • too late. All I will be able to find in this way is merely a
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    • find and murdered him. Similar deeds of hatred were done by
    • understood them rightly, we find a sphere where confusion in
    • literary simpletons and deluded readers would find deep wisdom
    • richer theme for poetry than this is not easy to find, and
    • only reflect a little to find that this is not so. For no
    • begins to examine nature, and finds necessity there. And in
    • necessities the natural scientist finds in nature are the
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    • Again, if you believe you can find the cause by assuming
    • right link in the chain, we shall never find it, for after all
    • find the cause this way, we are obviously laying ourselves open
    • spirit, we cannot find the causes of human actions at all,
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    • Broadly speaking, you will find all this analyzed, though more
    • periods. You will find no contradiction any longer, because
    • consciousness. For you will always find that if the
    • will now say, “Through the very fact that we find our way
    • moment we can tell ourselves we do not want to find the right
    • through thinking in the way of spiritual science can we find
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • find many more people than we do now who not only knew of the
    • minerals too, you will find descriptions in old writings
    • you will find that he wrote in the margin, “Sheer
    • will gradually lose all possibility of finding anything in the
    • find it.” Down in the organism is where the will is
    • will. There you will find statements such as the following:
    • such a will, that physiologists do not find anything in any way
    • the will. They cannot find it at all. All they can do if they
    • cannot find the will, but in answer to the question about the
    • world, we must find it in some other way. If we do not want to
    • of Jesus of Nazareth, we find no evidence at all that
    • if you listen to them, you will find that all they say is
    • through thinking. It also showed how we find the other
    • That was most certainly not the case. You can find individual
    • adapt their logic accordingly, especially when we find in every
    • this step is taken, you usually find dream-philosophy.
    • cannot find the will that underlies an action. He puts it like
    • because they cannot find impulses within themselves to support
    • to help us find this I in the right way. The fact that
    • unknown like a thought one searches and cannot find. This will
  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • inheritance they find on earth as a legacy from their
    • situation, one finds particularly that verbs, prepositions,
    • book you find you must have been for years accustomed to what
    • spiritual life. It is just when we tried to find the verb
    • sounds, and then find ourselves obliged to penetrate more and
    • finds most men of today—if you will allow me to say
    • words comes to expression. And men can find their way back to
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    • for many things which are now current: you will not find
    • another language that one finds in a dictionary for, say, a
    • worlds and that must be cultivated if one is to find the way
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • It must frequently be repeated that naturally it is very easy to find
    • Catholic men you will find, in all passages where a certain point comes
    • that you find this outlook developed try the very best of these scholarly
    • what he will not sir recognising the dilemma in which we find ourselves
    • he finds unpleasant. He must, however, actually Bays man in the age
    • to earlier ages we frequently find among talented men that they still
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    • first find myself completely in harmony. There is absolutely nothing
    • when in their souls they have a longing to find some kind of path to
    • find their way into the supersensible world, hy all who in this scientific
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    • to terms with this present time only if he makes up his mind to find
    • this end no longer suffice, and also find his way to a new relation
    • from the will and what should find a certain ordering for the social
    • are veiled. The corpse-like smell finds, if I may say so, too dull a
    • is his right setting on earth? Strange as it may seem we find him placed
    • Botany and Mineralogy contain far more than what we find in books. But
    • we pursue it through birth and find it on the physical earth in the
    • they are what we have been expecting. Finding animals on the physical
    • sway in man, and of man's inability to find conscious conceptions for
    • Man would like to find out something of the kind about his being; what
    • I believe that out of right feeling for the very things which men find
    • Spiritual Science that he gradually finds it possible in some measure
    • life and then believes he will find what he is only too willing to acknowledge
    • matter earnestly, conscientiously, we shall not want merely to find
    • of investigation into what is spiritual cannot find expression through
    • purpose! To sit together for half-an-hour and have a little talk I find
    • side, namely, that whoever thinks to find only what is just personal
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    • we must find out the reason why there should arise this sensation of
    • You will find everywhere the spiritual world is spoken of seriously—not
    • wilfully burnt your finger just to find out what it was like. Added
    • future, will never find their solution through what may be referred
    • already said here, it is possible to find these solutions only beyond
    • we find this solution of the social question in the recognition of man's
    • From this you will find it comprehensible that those who really know
    • can easily find support if they say: Yes, once a Society appeared which
    • the same kind or is it something different? And he can find himself
    • it may be said: Is this the kind of swindle that I really find more
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • swinging from left to right you will find the following. I have often
    • of humanity in which there is nothing Christian. You find a wonderful
    • with its products of nature; but you do not find anything Christian.
    • snake and the Beautiful Lily, where we shall find expressed the
    • something about the finding of Goethe and Goetheanism that I wanted
    • that really finds the Goethe spirit in the whole course of human evolution,
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • is happening within them they find the way, they are able to find the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find on close scrutiny that the bodily nature
    • this instinctive nature would never have been able to find their way
    • the task of our time is to find the way back to Goethe. Strictly speaking
    • Goethe needed to hold fast to the human so that within it he might find
    • him said—he had to find his own way.
    • namely, Spinoza. In Spinoza he had the possibility of finding the divine
    • finds in them the thread to which to hold when seeking that way. There
    • of his life at the time, but was something he had to find outside; it
    • experience as it still finds utterance in the Hymn in Prose.
    • able to find through the external science of Europe can only lead to
    • the soul so far that it can find the new way to the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • to find the passage over to the pictorial for which Goethe strove, then
    • you school the forces of your soul so that they find the way to the
    • find the path an which to pass the Guardian of the Threshold, the path
    • in central Europe came such results as we find in Goethe and the whole
    • is necessary for our particular age. Perhaps the pathfinder of the Christianity
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    • the animality to which we refer in the astral world, and find,
    • relationships which the clairvoyant finds as animal forms on
    • such beings' ugly side. The ugly side you find in the adverse
    • insights existed in autumn. We find in the clairvoyant Indian
    • physical, ether and astral body. The Ego of the animal we find
    • we can't see on the astral plane — here we find the animal
    • group soul. Here we also find every double-being, as we see in
    • the symbol of Michael and the Dragon. We also find what has
    • clairvoyant is situated where physical man finds himself, how
    • world you find yourself. While you are in the astral world, you
    • the astral plane we find deprivation and renunciation; on the
    • sounding devachanic world — by finding the boundary; more
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    • decade, return to and find within it ever again, something new.
    • find the connection between humanity and the entire world.
    • connected to the will and passion is thrown out, he finds a
    • us delving into the depths of the soul, so another threat finds
    • false mysticism, the everlasting and only find the most recent
    • the feeling remained in him, prompting him to find a
    • reach satisfaction when we try to find the relationship with
    • ideas, then the bridge can be built, to find the illusionary
    • combine with stupidity, he finds it necessary to once again
    • while he shows how he had struggled and strived to find the
    • Faust finds himself within all the illusions of world
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    • only, I can say, do you find this expressed often in
    • the laws and through this we find the right basis to which we
    • Knowledge, as expressed in the ether body, we find when we
    • through the astral body, we find when we experience karma, and
    • opinion.” You will find that whoever has really
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    • forwards a few things about our building, so that our friends may find
    • especially when he finds himself opposite the main door, that an attempt
    • be able to find these architectural forms even coming of themselves
    • to find organic structural forms quite independently of nature. But
    • you will find that they are always formed in accordance with the organic
    • arches. If you study the forms of these arches you will find them so
    • the organic form of man together, it is possible to find a certain relation
    • in this Goetheanum Building, he will find something which will give
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    • in all the ideas expressed in this Building. Whereas elsewhere one finds
    • a human organ — say the eye — we find that the human eye
    • You will find when you compare that which confronts you in the form
    • is all around in the world. Do you find anything really pertinent to
    • our cause? It is because people cannot find anything against our cause
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    • a right sense for the world of colour we find something truly world-creative
    • the spirit, out of itself creating form. The psychic finds its manifestation,
    • age begins and here you find the only word written in letters, the Ich
    • or I or Ego. In the whole Building you find nothing anywhere expressed
    • he who to-day is not himself dead as regards his seeking, finds in the
    • be at that time. Above this figure you find those who gave the inspiration,
    • You always find those who inspire, over the corresponding figures, only
    • Picture 4a: Here you find
    • derive all force in the finding of the condition of equilibrium between
    • the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic, between which man has to find the balance.
    • Christ. And he will then be able to find again in the Gospels, in all
    • been made to find the true Representative of, Humanity by every means
    • things may be, he who studies them will find that the secrets, the mysteries
    • certainly find that which is meant to be expressed., may be experienced
    • with this slate. You will find, if you strike a favourable day, and
    • day, he will really indeed find within himself the necessary stimulus
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    • the well-being, the soundness, of man. He wanted to find an
    • means that we find our will transformed, so that we know that
    • self-knowledge he can find the inner life of the spirit.
    • well-being find expression. Goethe purposely chooses
    • has to find a better translation — not: In the
    • by the people of old they will be able to find a deeper,
    • times the Lion will have overcome the Wolf, and will find
    • in these ruins of an ancient wisdom one may find the remains
    • period of decline — you find Sun and Gold indicated by
    • naturally sheer nonsense. And it is sheer nonsense as we find
    • find that but it is spiritual science that will have to find
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    • heart. (You will find a note on Schröer in my recent
    • find it too tedious to do the exercises and to carry out the
    • Mephistopheles, on the night of April 30, actually find
    • souls. And we naturally find them within this world as they
    • that what we so often find given to Faust belongs to
    • Even in Schröer's version I find this
    • You will find a long speech given to
    • affairs together while sipping their wine, find themselves by
    • if one is lucky, one can really find such a party, for it is
    • can find many shrewd and enlightened remarks. Everywhere he
    • we find that this is a spiritual experience through which
    • find diversion in what is reasonable, that is, to treat it in
    • introduce the rational into the Brocken; he finds that right
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    • we did not find Goethe elaborating into a system any occult
    • all history. Goethe himself was striving to find again the
    • condition we find him when Mephistopheles has brought him
    • milieu in which we now find ourselves is changed by
    • difficult and harassing. He had to find a way to bring Faust
    • find some way, but was by no means clear how to find it.
    • the physical plane, all that we find her in the third Act of
    • all the striving of such a poem, as we find it revealed in
    • men, might find a haven in their souls — then we might
    • Belike I'll find the dot upon the i.”
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    • we find the “Mothers” that figure in another form
    • Mephistopheles gives Faust a picture of what he is to find as
    • certain substances. You will surely find it in one or another
    • you go to work in the right way, you will find many sentences
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    • “Thou'lt find, this drink thy
    • is confident that he will find the All. Here again, every
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • to receive the spiritual impulses will then find points of
    • resistance; he will find the starting-points for those
    • the Greek mythology, and you will often find such human
    • Paris inasmuch as ho finds himself prepared to put himself in
    • you will find that the divinely necessary, wisdom-filled
    • call to mind (you will find it in one of my lectures; I do
    • had even succeeded in finding impulses for Social Science,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • age, we should find the special characteristics of the
    • not find that state of subdued consciousness. If he had it,
    • say exactly when these influences entered in; you will find
    • human self-knowledge may be said to find in
    • place; he knew that the soul of man has to find its way into
    • to what we find today when we dive down into the world to which
    • spirits. You still find the elemental spirits belonging to
    • asleep and waking, the world we find again if with
    • consciousness, but in Greek concepts. He finds them more
    • find nothing able to make a Homo of Homunculus; I can got
    • instance Forel who made such a study of ants, then one finds
    • have not completely left the world below, and we find
    • a quite unique way. The beings whom Mephistopheles finds next
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    • would find that, during this waking time, they do a great
    • of the whole world of human ideas does a man find that he
    • follow up your dram life, you will certainly find it
    • try honestly to find what lies behind the dream-pictures,
    • dare to enter there, but wants to find an easier way to
    • earth. He wants to find his explanation in those times to
    • man must find strength to be a match for evil, to hold his
    • reaches her goal, that is, her grave). No one can find a
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • unspiritual standpoint we can naturally never find in
    • physics of tomorrow will find itself obliged to accept. In
    • you will find a chart in which Goethe has detched out a
    • phiolsophers today; where do you find any firm ground from
    • monistic garbage, where do you find any serious possibility
    • little understood. I am not finding fault, my dear friends,
    • do not find fault with what has happened, I only set forth
    • all the concepts and ideas he can find. If he looks about in
    • his soul life and can find something that suits him, when he
    • he finds nothing contradictory, then he has finished, and
    • hold them. It goes without saying that one can quite easily find
    • to finding out what ought to happen. We should look to what
    • present of great importance ßr finding our right path.
    • connected with what we find treated artistically by Goethe in
    • Goethe in scorn because they find him unscientific, just as
    • they find Spiritual Science. But many would profit if only
    • future will be obliged to undergo hardship to find their
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    • that we must now find Homunculus, he must then transfer this
    • philosopher, when it is a question of finding reality. Hence
    • details: To find the force that as you grow old is always
    • years he was striving to find the way of putting into outward
    • through his experiences it would be possible to find how
    • the spiritual world to find what makes Homunculus into Homo.
    • being, the ascent into the elements, which is a finding of
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • the will translated into deed, we again find ourselves up
    • these two feelings must find a crossing-point from a passive
    • very qualities you find attractive in the animal kingdom, in
    • and fall, and no one finds what is hidden in nature who does
    • external magic, he wanted to find the inner path to the
    • realising it is one freed from it. You will find this
    • and not destroy. For men will really find the correct
    • us to destruction. We must find the balance between what
    • scent we are today presenting, finds itself in a world the
    • must go — if in the coming age he is to find salvation
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    • them. Then one will find that there is hardly an organ or an
    • already finds it very active when one lives in thoughts induced
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    • people had to, in order to become free, find the source of
    • “Don't seek to find an incorrect imagination of Me,
    • find a different interpretations of the same wording. Depending
    • only way to find healthy relationships between one person and
    • each one can find the interrelation with the Father-God.
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    • souls, we find so to speak those things closest to us —
    • human beings, and because of this belief, they find it so
    • science regarding a person, we can't find in a single plant but
    • find the world around us becoming more and more comprehensible.
    • — we find that our earth didn't appear as it does today,
    • back even further, we will find that the souls only perceived
    • further back behind the Atlantean times, we find: As human will
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    • of humanity with calm, unprejudiced eyes, you will find two
    • will find that, in spite of all the careful and elaborate
    • practical research that we find a natural science grounded in
    • conception of the universe — to find his foothold upon
    • elucidate by making use of an illustration. You may find it no
    • everyone finds himself who chooses to assert his belief in the
    • brain, we should find it to be nothing but a jumble of
    • find, however, that they had a father who was not of exactly
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    • to find expression in the course of earthly evolution could
    • humanity be strong enough to find this earthly reality of
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    • were able to realise their full significance. It is difficult to find
    • things. Man must find himself again and be true to the laws of his
    • forth. In old calendars we frequently find the symbol of Aries, but
    • were built in the form of a fish, and later on we often find a
    • find the head-organisation; at the other, the limb-organisation.
    • universe beyond the Earth. He must find what lies beyond the
    • find himself.
    • deed and truth, man can only find himself when he realises his
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    • When we carefully observe the life of to-day we find that although men
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    • centuries, we find the old, inherited wisdom being brought to bear
    • Christianity spreads out, finds its way into the Greek world, the
    • A.D.— we find that up here in the North, teachings about the Gods
    • history to find that the men of the North were still so constituted as
    • violent? Or again they may ask, if they find praise being meted out to
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    • only find in rare hours the opportunity of nourishing the aspirations
    • unable to find his spiritual food there. It struck him that he
    • months. And so from the autumn of 1788 onwards we find our Fichte at
    • communion with the Swiss element. And we always find that this
    • while, hoping to find what his real vocation might be, to find that
    • led him to that place where he might expect to find a man whom he
    • The only suitable hour that he could find was on
    • the back of all these difficulties we find a deep-seated incapacity
    • by God's grace, at midday, people find it unendurable to stay any
    • if anyone to-day should assert that he finds this
    • personality easy to deal with. Of this we find again another
    • could find realised anywhere a school that would turn out people
    • find the tone precisely adapted to the situation before him. Even
    • shall find him standing in our midst. He endeavoured, as we have
    • find his living image, that of a man of the people moulding his
    • midst. It is rare indeed to find ourselves confronted with any
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    • cities, we find them full of all sorts of things which our
    • good will can find themselves gathered together in the service of this
    • spiritual power. Thereby they can also find together the right ways of
    • Suppose we find it appropriate to let the following comparison work on
    • done in a very primitive way. In some villages you would find such a
    • then still alive. It would have been impossible to find anyone willing
    • If we would go back several centuries we would find vast regions where
    • language was imposed. There one could still find many of the Christmas
    • them, whenever they could find the right people to play the parts,
    • could find a similar tale today for such an occasion. The time when a
    • to the most remote and primitive rural areas, to find instances of a
    • must find it quite understandable that in the place of this former
    • of Christmas trees. An aesthetically sensitive eye must find it
    • we find that people knew full well that something spiritual is meant
    • prose — nevertheless men of today must have a chance to find
    • times possessed as ways to find the Christ Event, but we must also
    • fire, and as a light, filled with certainty of hope, will find its way
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    • alight upon something similar to what we are accustomed to find in
    • Indeed, we shall find it to an unusual degree in the revelations of
    • case with the great works of man, we find the opening words of the
    • us in the old songs and legends as blind. Thus we find this same
    • times we find everywhere groups of people who did not at all feel
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    • initiation of Lazarus. It makes us realize how we can always find
    • indication of deep occult truth. Anyone who finds the way, by
    • present, who cannot find sufficient interest to follow the
    • something new. Here in these very first discourses we find an accent
    • find a teaching that might easily appear trivial, especially to a
    • the roadway and a chicken finds it, the chicken does not value the
    • finds the right starting-point. Krishna then must begin by rejecting
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    • will often find it easy here too to give a materialistic explanation
    • plunge into the regions of dream-life in such a way as to find a new
    • find their way in if we have come so far as to alter our sympathies
    • compared to the reality of those experiences. We find that
    • you will find it amounts to this, that the self must be made stronger
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    • all this something else finds its way almost imperceptibly into our
    • the market and make up accounts they find something that certainly
    • could neither have been bought nor sold, nor can they find out whence
    • all the better for it.) As we go on living we are continually finding
    • materialistically-minded friends will find it easy to refute us.
    • of air on the physical plane. There we also find the opposite
    • post-Atlantean times. There we find conditions that, in regard to the
    • world we find on entering the region of dream consciousness. I would
    • that sublime world into which our dreams find their way, and about
    • realm, never have anything to do with sympathy and antipathy. We find
    • we find those sublime truths objectively in ourselves, and
    • power to describe what we find or what arises in our consciousness.
    • finding nothing at all about the previous incarnations of some person
    • The best way of finding out nothing at all about him would be to
    • make use of it, can enable you to find the way into the higher worlds
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    • anything that philosophy or external physiology or anatomy can find
    • Newton's time to find everywhere words like “attraction”
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    • that appear as forms of light. One finds that he hears sounds like
    • Nothing firm I find, nor rest, O Mighty Krishna, Who art as Vishnu
    • shelter I find. O, be Thou merciful to me, Thou Lord of all the Gods,
    • Here we find in the
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    • science will after a time find indications of the forces whereby man
    • will find it difficult to imagine this “less than nothing.”
    • attention to forces at work in man's nature that we find at first in
    • are mentioned in history we can always find evidence that they were
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    • a rule we cannot find the way to come near to an understanding of
    • people of India today we will not find real understanding for the
    • We will find enthusiasm, strong feeling and fervent belief
    • concepts. Therefore, one who really penetrates the matter finds no
    • derive comfort because the European does not value what we can find
    • side of the matter. It makes a difference whether you find a certain
    • with the abstract contents of these thoughts may find them easy to
    • living experience will not find it easy. It will cost him some pains
    • give up.” Thus the higher light could not find entrance because
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    • you will find with regard to food that the concepts we
    • burrow down into their own soul, finding no connection with the outer
    • as the Gods, and will have power to find the sattwa, rajas and tamas
    • tamas. Shut your eyes to these conditions and you will find
    • degrees to find a harmony between the inner and the outer world
    • had to find their higher unity in the mission of the Christ.
    • do this if one tried to find again in the Krishna stream what can be
    • everywhere we find the same principles. In each case there is a
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    • When a man prepares himself to reach this point, he finds all things
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    • In that realm we find souls which for a certain period between death
    • Death, one always finds that during their life on the physical plane
    • everyday life and one will find how widespread is the quality —
    • into political economy a knowledge of the law of slothfulness finds
    • previously paid no attention or had not noticed. Then he will find
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    • the Egyptian epoch. We transpose ourselves into this mood and find.
    • in the depths of the Mysteries finds expression in the most varied
    • toward death. We investigate how this has come about, and we find that
    • Much of what modern man finds so baffling in his inner experience lies
    • Grail. These things must needs find expression in pictures, but in
    • We often find that persons who have not gone far enough into the
    • have not yet been able to find. If we keep this in mind, we can see
    • Intellectual Soul had to go through; and all that finds expression in
    • only about material things will find in later incarnations that they
    • if rightly understood, we can find all the different methods of
    • and tries to exercise honest self-knowledge, the more will he find how
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    • To find the origin of the stream of intellectualism we must go back
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    • at the end of the eighteenth century, we find mention of this
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    • is fought and he himself is wounded. He wakes up to find that the
    • folk-legends, we shall find that they are more than this. Myths and
    • In the course of history we find that the creation of myths ceases
    • in regard to the ideas we find expressed in Nature. They must have
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    • conditions in which man finds himself during sleep and waking life.
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    • (1) The Initiate finds calm within his soul. Astral vision — where
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    • form must be conquered by man before he can find the higher Self. The
    • body and is one with the planet. He is one with the Earth and finds
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    • We find these virtues expressed again in signs and symbols, for
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    • general rule, he returns to find a new Earth, a new humanity, even a
    • the Twins and we find this expressed in the cosmogony of the very
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    • of Devachan. His task is to penetrate into Devachan, to find the path
    • When the Initiate has penetrated into Devachan, however, he finds that
    • In the myths, we find indications of this degree of the Swan, notably
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    • find rudimentary human forms, breathing not through the nasal organs
    • past, the more we find the soul of man living, not within him,
    • find an astral humanity indwelling a purely astral Earth. Before that
    • more do we find them existing in a fluid, embryonic condition and the
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    • human hand had been laid on the Earth, we find it as it issued from
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    • At the time of the ancient moon we also find the solar forces which
    • find the earth in the condition in which it was before the separation
    • that we find Cain the fratricide. This substance is the opposite of
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    • two. Christ taught man how to find the Law which was originally laid
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    • feelings, will find expression in the outer world and become his
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    • higher worlds. There one can find the wisdom to understand
    • we find in this Word? We find life. What do we perceive
    • person enters the astral world, he finds himself in a region
    • awakening on the devachanic plane. To find oneself on the
    • go in and out and find pasture”. This is the awakening
    • you will find no mention of John anywhere. Consider Lazarus
    • loved.” Regarding Lazarus, you find the same words
    • able in this way to find the deeper meaning of the John
    • can find within oneself, by rising to the higher plane, what
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    • suffering of the world. This too finds expression in the
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    • understood sayings such as one finds in the second part of
    • “Philip findeth Nathanael and saith unto him: We have
    • Nicodemus, which you will find in the third chapter. There we
    • We find it in the seventeenth chapter of St. Matthew and in
    • We find
    • read theosophical books you will find that the time between
    • penetrates deeper, one will find more and more. If we want to
    • find: “But when they came to Jesus and saw that he was
    • world. That which has to find its way into the higher world
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    • will find in his works much that is taught today in Theosophy.
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    • to find a foundation for it, difficult.” But without a true
    • Any thought containing truth finds its way to the being whom it concerns
    • and we find that everything lives in music. Goethe, as an Initiate,
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    • when he finds himself without a body is unspeakably severe.
    • he naturally finds the loss of his body easier to endure. Even he, however,
    • difficulties to face if, when he is about to reincarnate, he finds his
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    • he will find when he reincarnates today. Nowadays a child's life between
    • returns to the Earth only when he will find quite new conditions and
    • death he reaches Devachan, he finds, as we have seen, the picture of
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    • finds the Egos of the plants as his companions, and there he can alter
    • and finds his astral corpse still present. The corpse is then strongly
    • Guardian of the Threshold. An old astral corpse finds it easy to withdraw
    • circumstances. Their speed helps them to find the right parents —
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    • it is to find the right ones! If a child asks questions about life
    • find such comparisons, relevant to the highest questions. But quite
    • find an answer. How then does the law of karma answer these riddles?
    • karma and the central fact of Christianity will not be hard to find.
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    • world will find in his next life that he cannot stick at anything. But
    • you in finding evidence for this, because it knows nothing of astral
    • influences. But you will at least find some evidence for the descent
    • you will find good musical ears, and so when a soul with a strongly
    • to moral courage. If a soul with that predisposition cannot find a suitable
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    • something comparable to what we call conscience. We find that in the
    • Both attitudes depend on the etheric body and may even find expression
    • evil race. You will find this stated in the Apocalypse, but it must
    • no limits to knowledge, for man can find, in everything he sees around
    • find that in his previous life he had good abilities and made good use
    • gradually to find a place for itself, there must be warm blood in the
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    • find that our planetary system has to pass through 7 by 7 by 7, or 343
    • individualities, we find a remarkable passage. But the great Initiates
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    • ways of finding the Godhead. The Indians, who were the first sub-race
    • The Indian could find no Divinity in nature; it was in great and powerful
    • upon. And then he said: In the world of the Spirit I shall find the
    • caves, while other faculties develop more powerfully, so do we find the
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    • you cannot possibly experience physically. You will find that in your
    • will find that a given passion is always represented for everyone by
    • would fall ill; he would find himself utterly exhausted. If therefore he
    • find something to replace these forces.
    • rhythm we find, but even in animals a certain rhythm can be observed: for
    • will look everywhere for the good and the positive, and you will find
    • He would find himself plunged into the stormy sea of astral experiences
    • to find his bearings in the astral world. Hence the need to find a Guru
    • who studies these books and knows nothing of Theosophy might find his
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    • in occult development? You can find the answer in the injunctions not
    • occult schools, where it was called the finding of the Stone of the
    • years with absolute patience and perseverance, you will find that these
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    • we find only the lower self, the fourth principle, which imagines itself
    • pupil should find no book too difficult; if he does, it means only that
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    • is intervening in the states of consciousness. You will find this is
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    • dynamics, but only from musical insight. We find the interval of the
    • from the elbow to the wrist. We find two bones there because there
    • if we want to find the impression of the astral body upon the
    • — or the whole congregation may encounter them. You can find
    • who finds such a person in an early stage of life makes the
    • Now physicians find in
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • quite unable at the present time to find their way in the
    • have pictured them — the physician will find there is
    • again in contact with this person and finds that the first unstable
    • Eventually the physician finds the excessively strong consciousness
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    • find in them what can only be called a paradox: the healthy
    • view time is not like that. And one finds little understanding for
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    • an individual as St. Teresa, we find that these particularly strong
    • powerful fact we find in human evolution, that if one is educating a
    • he told him that we push against the crystal heaven and find it hard.
    • realize that when we come to the end of our twenties, we find no more
    • ourselves. This is the moment in earth-life when we find that we are
    • We often find a
    • some person — one may perhaps find that the person suffers
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • condition is pathological; they simply find it interesting. And they
    • certain organs, we find the memory is extinguished. Instead of the
    • pictures), now we find the memory disrupted, collapsed, a memory with
    • concerned and we should find the means — physical, soul, and
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    • find a universal conviction that illness comes from sinfulness, that
    • accordingly. It was based on finding the means to bring out of the
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • who achieve an understanding of these things will find opportunities
    • “how” One finds a way instinctively in such situations if
    • the anthroposophical movement. Those individuals will then find
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    • characteristic — you will find it mentioned in my autobiography.
    • inhalation process we find there is a constant building up,
    • remarkable attribute. You find that it holds a healthy relation to
    • entire process more closely, we find it has four parts. We have the
    • farther inward to where inhalation borders on exhalation; and we find
    • farther into the human being we find the process that provides a path
    • from outside, from below. We find the physical projection of this in
    • in relation to the senses, one finds on these paths: karma. Karma
    • only find a physical process: the fact that lymph enters the organism
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    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • the world, microcosm and macrocosm. For we would find that everything
    • of the year, even beyond the year. And we would find that everything
    • find within its upward striving that something else is active, at
    • first just at its top in the blossoms we find the forces of Venus
    • come, moving inward from the periphery, we find the forces of Mercury
    • These thoughts of the universe in which one finds oneself when living
    • yet been drawn into the blood. There we find outgoing karma. What are
    • lymph-blood formation inwardly, we find we are entering into the
    • we find that the opposite happens. Then the human being is not formed
    • plant world spread as it is around us, we find the sun, moon, and
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
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    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • investigation to the etheric body, we find that during sleep only the
    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • etheric bodies we find the basis for spiritual development; on the
    • other side, in the very same processes we find the basis for
    • sleep in the human physical and etheric bodies, we find the
    • the physical body of the sick person. We have to find the
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • body to find their way in the spiritual world. If it is the
    • priest has to find what can lead human beings toward the spiritual
    • our ego and astral body do not find properly our physical and etheric
    • world, as a materialist naturally would. Then they find not remedial
    • And so we find today
    • individuals and cultural pathology and therapy — we find that
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    • the universe we find rhythms like that of day and night: other,
    • We can find this spot in some constellation; attention has been given
    • observe it again, we find it is not in the same place; it lies
    • breathing. Now we find — again, of course, we must use
    • approximate numbers — we find eighteen breaths a minute. If we
    • 25,920 breaths a day. We find the same rhythm in the smallest
    • finer breathing for our so-called spiritual life — we find the
    • into which a human being is placed in this world, and we find it is
    • What do we find there? First of all we have inbreathing-outbreathing,
    • rhythms, especially with the rhythm of the year, we find that
    • we are doing, we find something extraordinarily interesting. Let this
    • processes, and material cold the result of cold processes. So we find
    • we climb very high in the mountains to find minerals and plants and
    • must find in the earth that correspond to our medical needs. The
    • find this viewpoint throughout. All through his writings you will
    • find that the concrete details relate to broad knowledge and
    • of nature that led to mere experimentation. We must find the way back
    • then one would reach Sophia. Then one would find too that within this
    • numbers, as we find them in astrosophy. On the other hand one finds
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    • being after death was to find the sun path — because there they
    • from the Father to Christ, they will find all the healing processes
    • it will find the way from Christ to the Spirit, from the Spirit to
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    • is intervening in the states of consciousness. You will find this is
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    • dynamics, but only from musical insight. We find the interval of the
    • from the elbow to the wrist. We find two bones there because there
    • if we want to find the impression of the astral body upon the
    • — or the whole congregation may encounter them. You can find
    • who finds such a person in an early stage of life makes the
    • Now physicians find in
    • the sense organs and the nerve substance. They will find, although
    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • quite unable at the present time to find their way in the
    • have pictured them — the physician will find there is
    • again in contact with this person and finds that the first unstable
    • Eventually the physician finds the excessively strong consciousness
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    • find in them what can only be called a paradox: the healthy
    • view time is not like that. And one finds little understanding for
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    • an individual as St. Teresa, we find that these particularly strong
    • powerful fact we find in human evolution, that if one is educating a
    • he told him that we push against the crystal heaven and find it hard.
    • realize that when we come to the end of our twenties, we find no more
    • ourselves. This is the moment in earth-life when we find that we are
    • We often find a
    • some person — one may perhaps find that the person suffers
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    • individuals, we find that as a first stage the ego organization
    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • condition is pathological; they simply find it interesting. And they
    • certain organs, we find the memory is extinguished. Instead of the
    • pictures), now we find the memory disrupted, collapsed, a memory with
    • concerned and we should find the means — physical, soul, and
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    • find a universal conviction that illness comes from sinfulness, that
    • accordingly. It was based on finding the means to bring out of the
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • who achieve an understanding of these things will find opportunities
    • “how”. One finds a way instinctively in such situations if
    • the anthroposophical movement. Those individuals will then find
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    • — you will find it mentioned in my autobiography.
    • inhalation process we find there is a constant building up,
    • remarkable attribute. You find that it holds a healthy relation to
    • entire process more closely, we find it has four parts. We have the
    • farther inward to where inhalation borders on exhalation; and we find
    • farther into the human being we find the process that provides a path
    • from outside, from below. We find the physical projection of this in
    • in relation to the senses, one finds on these paths: karma. Karma
    • only find a physical process: the fact that lymph enters the organism
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    • the growth of a root downward, we would find the connections in the
    • the world, microcosm and macrocosm. For we would find that everything
    • of the year, even beyond the year. And we would find that everything
    • find within its upward striving that something else is active, at
    • first just at its top in the blossoms we find the forces of Venus
    • come, moving inward from the periphery, we find the forces of Mercury
    • These thoughts of the universe in which one finds oneself when living
    • yet been drawn into the blood. There we find outgoing karma. What are
    • lymph-blood formation inwardly, we find we are entering into the
    • we find that the opposite happens. Then the human being is not formed
    • plant world spread as it is around us, we find the sun, moon, and
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
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    • activity of the astral body and ego. In the human organism we find
    • investigation to the etheric body, we find that during sleep only the
    • — that whenever one penetrates to reality, one finds it has two
    • etheric bodies we find the basis for spiritual development; on the
    • other side, in the very same processes we find the basis for
    • sleep in the human physical and etheric bodies, we find the
    • the physical body of the sick person. We have to find the
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • body to find their way in the spiritual world. If it is the
    • priest has to find what can lead human beings toward the spiritual
    • our ego and astral body do not find properly our physical and etheric
    • world, as a materialist naturally would. Then they find not remedial
    • And so we find today
    • individuals and cultural pathology and therapy — we find that
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    • the universe we find rhythms like that of day and night: other,
    • We can find this spot in some constellation; attention has been given
    • observe it again, we find it is not in the same place; it lies
    • breathing. Now we find — again, of course, we must use
    • approximate numbers — we find eighteen breaths a minute. If we
    • 25,920 breaths a day. We find the same rhythm in the smallest
    • finer breathing for our so-called spiritual life — we find the
    • into which a human being is placed in this world, and we find it is
    • What do we find there? First of all we have inbreathing-outbreathing,
    • rhythms, especially with the rhythm of the year, we find that
    • we are doing, we find something extraordinarily interesting. Let this
    • processes, and material cold the result of cold processes. So we find
    • we climb very high in the mountains to find minerals and plants and
    • must find in the earth that correspond to our medical needs. The
    • find this viewpoint throughout. All through his writings you will
    • find that the concrete details relate to broad knowledge and
    • of nature that led to mere experimentation. We must find the way back
    • then one would reach Sophia. Then one would find too that within this
    • numbers, as we find them in astrosophy. On the other hand one finds
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    • being after death was to find the sun path — because there they
    • from the Father to Christ, they will find all the healing processes
    • it will find the way from Christ to the Spirit, from the Spirit to
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    • old when these sounds worked creatively in him. In fact we must find
    • all that we find in our own environment it has nothing but heat. No
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    • findings on the subject in hand. No one having such an attitude could
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    • find anything in the least comparable to that plantlike weaving in
    • of man — was then developed to the animal stage. You will find
    • impressive words, in words full of power; we find there again what we
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
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    • a Being who disseminates this warmth, and finds thereby means of
    • coming into existence of our earth we should expect to find a
    • find? We should expect the sound-ether to set to work to organise
    • find all that clairvoyant investigation can bring to light —
    • wonderful experience to find confirmed in Genesis what we have first
    • if you then compare these independent findings with the Genesis
    • We find them in the
    • Should we not expect to find the Spirits of Personality, the
    • should expect to find the Principalities, or Spirits of Personality,
    • To find the answer to
    • those who try to find a way out by giving a geological meaning to
    • We find the same
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    • earth's beginnings, we find many things which still need to be
    • prepared to recognise it; we must be prepared to find it everywhere.
    • something that the Elohim find already there. Light is something they
    • comes if it knows how to interpret its own findings properly. What
    • conversation between Maria and her three companions you will find
    • Does Genesis say nothing of these? Let us look more closely to find
    • the sprouting green. But in order for anything animal to find a place
    • world has been organised, we find that each age has a number of
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    • within another, and that warmth permeates everything. We find warmth
    • element we shall find not just the substantial basis, the body of the
    • does not find the fantastic apparition of physical matter, for that
    • of the dust which we find in the world is dust by natural tendency.
    • being of these cloud formations, we find hidden within them something
    • environment, just as we can find them in the cosmos without. The
    • activity of these hierarchies is extended to all that we find in our
    • evolution, we find all the different hierarchies already there. All
    • century make of this? It says: “We find in one passage the name
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    • And God saw ..., which we find on the first day, is left out
    • making of Genesis.” And when he finds that the astounding thing
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    • evolutions we should expect to find the human being there all the
    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • it that we find no earlier mention of man in the Genesis account?
    • “days” we must not expect to find man in the region of
    • appropriate physical laws; we must expect to find him in a
    • find man in the earth element, but as a soul-spiritual being in the
    • correlate some of the findings of Spiritual Science with the Genesis
    • accordance with its laws.” Thus here too we find a deeper
    • investigation of today. And in Genesis we find a theory of evolution
    • fifth day we still do not find man among the physical earth beings.
    • It is not until the sixth day that we find man actually among the
    • and find there differentiated currents of warmth not so dense as gas,
    • We find then a remarkable
    • itself. Here also, if we know how to interpret what is said, we find
    • crude symbolism; they are the direct findings of clairvoyant
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
    • Science, by communicating its findings, to point once more to the
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    • corroborated the findings of clairvoyant investigation. There remain
    • findings as to the evolution of our earth. I have already said that I
    • days, you find it mentioned that there were still no herbs, no
    • Thus we find a
    • Spiritual Science itself constrained us to find in the Bible what we
    • today as it was at that time, but we can nevertheless find something
    • you find described in my
    • bound up with what we find in creation as the body of the moon.
    • Beings. We can find no word for those Beings, save only that one
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    • was not yet as he is today. The physical body which we find in man
    • find in the Bible — and again now in clairvoyant perception
    • modern translation, you find the remarkable sentence: These are
    • heavens. Usually we find the whole hierarchy of the Elohim
    • you to look at this sentence carefully and try honestly to find a
    • which the Bible story is based, how hard it is to find the true
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    • time. When we look back into the ancient past we find that man
    • difficult it is to find our way into the ideas presented in the
    • a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by the divine
    • from all sense-phenomena. He had to find the way to a divine and
    • you,” he said, “if you will only find the way out of your
    • there. But you must find Him; He must come again for
    • enmity with the truth and we try to find all manner of ingenious ways
    • throughout this work we find evidence of a desire not to take
    • shall never find a way out of our present troubles unless we develop
    • spectroscope — in such a world we shall never find the realm
    • constituted out of the super-sensible, then he will also find the way
    • that find expression in the materialistic view of the world. It is
    • exert himself to overcome the pressure of this knowledge, he must find
    • Such things only serve to show how urgent it is to find the way
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    • and spiritual, men still went on desiring to find in themselves the
    • how to find, out of themselves, the forces that can lead to an
    • first to find the way through tradition and then through documents and
    • days when the impulse of the Mystery of Golgotha was finding its way
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    • development of mankind, we shall find that in the comparatively recent
    • had not yet come into the consciousness of men. We find self-contained
    • comparative religion is also finding its place in the domain of
    • If we ponder deeply about earthly existence, we find as its
    • the ploughshare. Then a farmer digging in the earth finds an object
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    • Spiritual understanding finds in the Resurrection thought the first
    • This is the true Easter thought that must find its way into the
    • In this Easter mood we shall also be able to find the strength with
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    • Yet we may perhaps find a point of approach by considering the life of
    • human organism. This irradiates the thinking and produces what we find
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    • ancient Greece. Then, having passed from the scene for a time, we find
    • is contained in the Easter Idea, we shall find there a Christian
    • be living among gods, they will find in Christ that source of strength
    • which enables them to find their own firm centre among the gods. Men
    • no means far distant, man will find that the physical world is losing
    • will either find that the physical is losing its importance while he
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    • these wise men we shall everywhere find the foundation for an
    • find the outer process corresponding to every inner process. To
    • find the sublime words spoken by Krishna in Whom Vishnu lives as an
    • enlightenment could not yet find complete redemption. The
    • To begin with, we find the world obscure and full of riddles; we
    • recognising the secrets of existence can find the way to the secrets
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    • earth-existence, we shall be able to find the flaming fire into which
    • able to find the way back into the spiritual worlds. Such, for
    • man could only find this way by the descent of a Divine
    • of these earthly forces, men could find the way to the spiritual
    • with Christ kindles in the soul the power to find its way up into the
    • but the portal to the finding of the Redeemer, Who clothed Himself
    • cannot spiritually find the way through the Christ Impulse. If we
    • and, when we find this way, “to be united with what we do not
    • future, the Maitreya Buddha, would not find on the earth men capable
    • being. And so the Maitreya Buddha will find understanding on the earth
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    • that Rittelmeyer could have heard. Certainly we may find in them an
    • of a child. Observing the child rightly, we find that on its first
    • commandments will find great cause for wonder. The fact is, however,
    • flows in like manner through the souls of those who find the path to
    • miserable, for one or other reason, will increasingly find the help of
    • Further out we find the so-called etheric body, and still further
    • faith they would be incapacitated for finding their way about in life;
    • extreme, it is sad to see people who find it difficult to love, who
    • the millennium. How many indeed we find to-day who, speaking almost
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    • find in themselves their own effective support.
    • At present comparatively few find their way to Spiritual Science;
    • Anthroposophist myself, I shall find an early opportunity, with the
    • mysteries of the spiritual world will thereby find a way to forge ever
    • belief of those who believe they do not believe, we find that,
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    • find that during the time before we develop memory, certain relations
    • soul, that is, the Ego and astral body, we find that this activity is
    • soul, we find it in the spiritual world, after a certain time, a
    • a most noteworthy society. We find it among those souls who are so
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    • to find the right forces for the support of our work, we need only
    • If we thus observe individual persons in life we find that they are
    • special task, because they develop force for this end. Others we find
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    • find that the human soul during its life on earth was then chiefly
    • There we find a host of dexterities, a mass of information. For
    • accident. But if we investigate the astral body, we shall find no
    • earthly world), then one finds the opposite opinion prevailing even
    • be investigated occultly). If one traces this back, one finds that in
    • hard that many find it impossible. There, it is necessary to be active
    • spiritual world in which we find ourselves; on the other hand we
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    • find that in our thoughts we bear something within us which is no
    • world would be to us — in which we could find nothing
    • finds expression. And many a worthy custom is connected with this
    • nevertheless for the dead it is important to find their image in those
    • presentment of the man and his picture, and from this one finds a way
    • Or it may be that egotism so prevails that we find man more subtle
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    • another form. To-day it is necessary to find it in just the form most
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    • man has passed through a condition which now causes him to find his
    • and can no longer find anything which is not given by the mannequin.
    • conclusion they remain satisfied. They would find themselves refuted
    • but merely words, words, words. Humanity finds itself entangled in the
    • read half of them! Then one finds that their author is profoundly
    • We may be told that Christ exists, but to find Him really is only
    • spiritual manner before finding it subsequently in an external manner.
    • find the courage to enter into everything connected with the
    • then to find the Christmas tree at home in the evening. But the day
    • out to find them. They were found and brought home. I can omit the
    • only to be found where we find Him, in the evolution of the earth
    • moments of our life. We can surely find the Christ then. And we
    • ourselves, we spiritual disciples, as I might say, can find Him, if we
    • is something which we must realise at this season. If you can find
    • help us to find that which we have to regard as the real content, the
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    • find man described in old mystical and occult works. These
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    • sensitive organs of touch, in order to find their way about. The
    • If we select some particular stage of development we always find a
    • perceive the world, then he finds himself in the condition which is
    • finds this small part of the etheric body. What needs to be added to
    • In the activity of the West we find
    • karma finds its compensation in wisdom. An initiate who has reached a
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    • vibration. Further in we find three semicircular membranous canals
    • fluid. Then we find, further within the ear, the labyrinth, a
    • development of consciousness in the whole astral body finds its
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    • possessed by nocturnal insects, ants, spiders and so on. We find a
    • then can make use of them to find one's bearings in the world.
    • would also be able to find the plants out of which rock-crystals,
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    • element, one finds oneself on the Nirvana plane. Nirvana means
    • developing Kama-Manas. One finds Manas in everything which is placed
    • speech, such as we find in the writings of Tolstoi. It is not so much
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    • poles. So we find, just as positive and negative electricity
    • to attention. Here we find an example which points to a still earlier
    • cuttlefish one can find an occult significance. Now we also have
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    • incarnated, one finds as a rule about 300 to 400 years after the birth
    • of Christ. In addition, however, one finds others who are incarnated
    • when in the next incarnation he finds something new which is
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    • however, he forgets himself, the separateness vanishes and he finds his
    • awake. Here his ego is present and finds its full expression. The
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    • find oxygen and hydrogen but they look quite different from when we
    • Here we find in the outer an imprint of the four-fold man. All further
    • a teaching — today it has become different, today man must find
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    • These teachings however could not find general understanding because
    • different that what he finds around him is entirely new, so that what
    • again into the world. One finds the same idea in a deeper form in
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    • he himself has not worked. He then finds himself in Devachan. He no
    • entered into the physical world as a being who must find his own way.
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    • until he who created them finds them again and recognises them when he
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    • goodwill. One finds with most actions that they are rooted in the old:
    • Lemurian times. There we find man, as he is on the earth, at first
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    • fantasy, in the case of poet and artist, we find only a weak
    • If we now turn our attention to the physical plane we find in the
    • consciously by reaching the stage of Imagination. Herein we find the
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    • transpose ourselves back some thousands of years we find Europe
    • tools. If we go back about a million years we find in the same
    • skull similar to that of the ape and the finds in Croatia reveal that
    • If we consider human development we shall find that the one part of
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    • find their expression in this feeling. If these beings are not yet
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    • body. These man finds when in the morning he slips again into his
    • Were he to seek for it within himself, he would never find it. He must
    • In the night therefore we find in astral space the sleeping bodies, or
    • on the astral plane the black magician with his pupils. One also finds
    • In order to be able to find one's way on the astral plane a severe and
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    • if one wishes to understand reincarnation and karma. Action finds its
    • finds its expression on the physical plane. We must bear this
    • to the Arupa plane, but find their counter-effect in the lower parts
    • to grow pure mineral substances. Through this force certain yogis find
    • million people hold their own view about it, the problem must find the
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    • Thus at a certain stage we find the human being in a form which is
    • finds itself they can continue to be fruitful, then the human being
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    • we now find with the lower animals. They were irradiated and an inner
    • rigidifying. When one observes the three lower bodies we find that
    • In the middle of the Lemurian Age we find the first Sons of the Fire
    • attempt to find his way in the world. Because he had original Karma,
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    • which was taught by the Ancient Rishis. Later we find in the near East
    • find the Egyptian, Chaldean, Babylonian, Assyrian peoples, out of
    • Moon god, killed Baldur with the mistletoe, the Moon plant. So we find
    • will then be the ground. In the atmosphere of the Fifth Round, we find
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    • When we consider the successive Planetary evolutions we find that each
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    • Lucifer. If one has the will to ascend the heights in order to find
    • Earth to that period of time we find ever fewer warm-blooded animals.
    • we find a profound expression of esotericism. The serpent's head
    • what we find with Helena Petrovna Blavatsky as the number of the
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    • manifestations finds its expression in the seven Planetary evolutions:
    • stones is such that if we wished to seek its focus we should find it
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    • When we approach religious writings with such ideas we find that the
    • So with the ancient Indians we find the trance of the physical body.
    • With the ancient Persians we find the deep sleep of the etheric body.
    • With the peoples of the Near East we find the picture consciousness of
    • original Semites. Man must first find himself, but then again must
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    • hindered, held back by what the god Mammon brings about. We find two
    • as hate. For as regards races we find ourselves on a downward path. If
    • finds its material reflection in breathing. Breathing signifies the
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    • When we go back into the most ancient times we find no nourishment at
    • wine was still something quite secular. Only gradually did it find its
    • with the old Eastern peoples we find all kinds of instructions about
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    • Fifth Root-Race. You would find the place where those who were chosen
    • Atlanteans. When we look towards Asia we find there as, the First
    • Chaldea or Egypt, everywhere you will find a pronounced awareness of
    • knowledge attached to the personal human. This finds its form in the
    • the Esau and Jacob Saga in order to find its purification in the
    • received. It is here that Christianity first finds its real
    • prepared; and then finds here firm ground, embodying itself in a whole
    • Jewish Prophets, in the centuries before Christ, we find here
    • find Buddhism most widespread with what has remained over from the
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    • Moving on to the animal kingdom, we find an evolution of the species
    • body predominates, we find a sanguine temperament. Where the etheric
    • The way the four members find their expression in the physical body
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    • manifestation of spirit. Man would find himself involved in a strange
    • finds in his own spirit concerning this external world — the
    • sense we find spirit inwardly creative in man and in animal.
    • without bias or preconceptions, we find that it develops quite
    • find that he has remained behind the animal in respect of many
    • if the activity of the etheric body can everywhere find access to the
    • organization, he finds in the qualities which arise immediately out
    • find that which gives him his guarantee of immortality, that which is
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    • there flows, and then congeals, the same intelligence that we find in
    • develop in soul and spirit. Thus we find it to be the most important
    • Observing man, we find something standing between spirit and bodily
    • play to find objections to the expression “self-conscious ego.”
    • Here we find above all
    • sought within the egg; it has to come to it from without. So we find
    • organization, the organization of its structure, we find that the
    • end we find that during certain periods of life he has full scope for
    • Now in fact we find
    • the development of his sense of balance, we find again in his later
    • his inner self, we find how what actually first appears in the
    • form of the skull, of each human being, we shall always find
    • have no nourishment pouring from within, and would be unable to find
    • consciousness. Meanwhile we find in the animal the expression of how
    • were, congealed directly in the form. In man we find each individual
    • language, in the vowel sounds. You will find that where you get the
    • one side, the way in which, conscious of himself, he finds a relation
    • something in which the soul life of the animal finds immediate
    • concern was not to find the difference between man and animal in
    • to find this intermaxillary bone in man. If Goethe had never
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    • an element of soul may find its place within the bounds of space. At
    • make use of his own powers of thought, he finds himself immersed in
    • wonderful do we find the moods that were awakened in the human soul at
    • knew: “Outside me, in the cosmos, I do not find merely the
    • before it became so difficult to find a publisher! Today, however, he
    • That is how we can find again the connection between the light and
    • cooking-salt, we find the cube again in nature herself, and here we
    • first conceive of the cube, and then proceed to find it again in
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    • find their way out into the cosmic expanse in the direction opposite
    • You will find these thoughts necessary if you want to understand
    • world, he must find his way through the spheres of ether to earthly
    • as a medicament. In finding that copper has the effect of enabling the
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    • death and a new birth you will find it amply indicated there that
    • The world, the universe, in which we find ourselves between birth and
    • the first time he finds the solution of those questions which cannot
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    • find it so difficult to bring clear concepts to bear upon what
    • When we reflect upon our immediate earthly environment, we find, to
    • our own neighbourhood, you find limy soil. Further south you find
    • which you find in the central Alps. Here are two great and important
    • present in earth-existence as spirit-and-soul. And then we find an
    • We must realise that such attributes as we find, for instance, in the
    • find flint and silicious substances, especially those to be found in
    • finding the material again in all that is spiritual, the spiritual
    • man to find that important things play a double role. Thus the lime
    • will then have to go into details and find out how the required
    • their physical instruments — so they will also find out things
    • find them ourselves can we also value them as tradition. And as we
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    • during the course of European evolution and has tried to find harmony
    • consciousness today. We find our bearings when we try to understand
    • whom history relates — those personalities we find in the works
    • and mastered. When you open a history book, you will find that the
    • As human beings we find ourselves in the external physical world. We
    • can I find in the most intimate life of my own soul what is resounding
    • may even seem to find satisfaction in such conversation. But when one
    • joy than to find someone else who is independent, shoulder to shoulder
    • efforts. Try to find it, and although you may realise that there are
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    • darkness over man, that the spirit light, finding him immature, may so
    • culture. We have also pointed out how great and significant man finds
    • That is what we experience when we try to find the relation between
    • small degree in what finds physical expression in the hands.
    • corresponds to these etheric parts finds its expression in the hands
    • In the successive epochs of human evolution we find one remarkable
    • That is a hindrance to him when, in order to find Christ in higher
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    • man. But if many modern naturalists are finding something like moral
    • we find that the reason for the imperfect development lies in a moral
    • neighbourhood. He will always find that the nature of the being's
    • We may seek counsel with ourselves to find out how many bad points
    • must be acquired if we are to find our bearings in the super-sensible
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    • In literature you will find everywhere where mention is made of
    • nature of records you will find allusions to how at a certain stage
    • one will always find it possible to say, “I think this, I feel
    • At this point something can be experienced that finds easy expression
    • the point of seeing some being or process cannot at once find his
    • to find your bearings, if you are not merely to look at things but are
    • able to make your way from one to the other; you must be able to find
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    • Cherubim and Seraphim. But one thing is possible when you find
    • that you will best learn to find your way in higher worlds if, among
    • Therefore, if you are to find your way about, this should be the kind
    • literature, he will find that such moods of soul run through certain
    • turn to some great poem and find there something like its shadow
    • soul, it becomes possible to find something in world literature from
    • thing you feel. You find whatever harm you have done and whatever good
    • that even finds an echo in our world of the senses. This contrast
    • hardly imagine that you would find it described anywhere. You can,
    • indeed, find what may be called the reverse of what I have said in a
    • harm. Why is this so? Why do we repeatedly find, when we speak to the
    • consideration, you will understand that what here finds expression is
    • But the kind of position in which you find yourself with regard to the
    • spite of the fact that you should find Him there, you cannot do so. So
    • of the Christ; he would not find Him there, nor be able to learn
    • principle we shall find such concepts as ‘eternity’ and
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    • which you will find described in
    • taking the facts and following them up, we can find that the
    • this we find Lucifer again. It is he who is Light-bearer, impulse and
    • path of initiation we find that the words good and evil cannot be used
    • super-sensible world, we find his particular attributes are quite
    • they have passed the gateway into the super-sensible world, find in
    • Here is the one good thing! Man is not able to find Ahriman in the
    • can find us to be useful tools to lead what is loved here in sensory
    • if we would find the connection between the sensory world and the
    • destiny we find many sympathetic and many adverse things. Anyone who
    • death and a new birth from all that we find sympathetic or otherwise
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    • sphere. We shall then find it possible.
    • point when, from being a Bodhisattva, he becomes a Buddha. We find
    • Thus, in the case of many initiates, we should find how they carry
    • attention to where we only find darkness, to the difficulty of
    • occurrence, will find the risen Christ. So much we were able to point
    • super-sensible worlds, will never be able to find this impulse.
    • would find all that is needed.
    • love each other will always find themselves together in due season,
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    • and reflect a little thereon, we find that this feeling, or, perhaps
    • possible to convince others of this thought if we can only find the
    • thought we find that this life of feeling is very interior and that
    • feeling we are able to rejoice in finding a companion in life who, in
    • find others whose feelings echo our own. For although the life of
    • One now finds, not what one formerly saw by means of the body and its
    • organs in the outer world, but one finds one has experiences in the
    • as this may sound — the ruling Cosmic Powers which find their
    • planetary system is necessary. We learn this when we find ourselves
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    • order to find the way out of oneself, one may try to begin with, to
    • strengthen the power which evokes memories, we shall find, that just
    • there have exactly as much consciousness as they find it good for us
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    • more closely into that which thus enters into us, we find that if
    • very difficult to find words in ordinary language which exactly
    • then we find that they perceived quite differently. Of course they
    • Ahura Mazdao! If we go back to still more ancient times we find this
    • which enables it to find its way in the cosmos through all the ages
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    • but by Himself. God the Father we find in life and nature. Christ is
    • go in Spiritual Science, the more we shall find that these things
    • find within us whereby to fill ourselves with the necessary forces to
    • When we find a thorough
    • it were, in spirit after death and to find in it nothing of the only
    • that we may there find our way aright. The student who understands
    • upon his soul in the manner we have indicated, he will find that the
    • he takes up Spiritual Science he will find that what we have just
    • either succumbs to the illness or finds within oneself the way to the
    • forces of healing. When the clairvoyant consciousness finds the right
    • investigate them in order to find the answer to our questions from
    • further we go back in human evolution the more do we find that
    • the closer connection we find in their thought and feeling to this
    • is becoming less and less frequent, we still find in unexplored
    • times, so that we still find echoes of the ancient days of
    • the wisdom we find there. The goal of the Gods is reality in form.
    • all their philosophy a sort of religious philosophy also. We find one
    • philosophers, we find that they always have one peculiarity. They
    • Divine Being more closely, this God of the philosophers, we find that
    • ours if we find the right relationship to Christ. Christ is not a
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    • have to be worked out later; but that which at present you may find
    • will are really able to find an outlet through the body. Even though
    • earth at birth we find no human beings there. Human beings are all
    • spiritual world we do not find again all the souls with whom we have
    • been associated, neither do we find the Beings belonging to the
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    • in the spiritual world. We find that in our present cycle of humanity
    • for pleasure and enjoyment may assume a sub-human character. We find
    • is, that when we are reborn we find that one or more human beings are
    • after death is examined, the spiritual investigator finds that these
    • find described in my book
    • intellectual powers. We find through spiritual investigation that
    • the standpoint of the spirit; we then soon find that what apparently
    • germs have not been lost; they find a way. Life with respect to
    • recognise this and find the remedy, when Spiritual Science lays hold
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    • the human element in the world, finding a deeper understanding of our
    • Spiritual Science, then we find it connected through and through with
    • knowledge that true Spiritual Science is now able to find its way
    • having to find their way to the spirit through their own inner
    • shall find ourselves reflecting how little we really owe to
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    • the human element in the world, finding a deeper understanding of our
    • which will enable us to find our way into those experiences of
    • life ... one can find no relation between this political life and the
    • have led on to a crisis, we find no thoughtfulness, no consciousness
    • can we find our way again to the Christ Impulse?
    • the conditions of the present time, shall we find Christ Jesus?
    • if one comes close to what these people mean by the Christ, one finds
    • moved to ask earnestly: How shall I find the true way to the Christ
    • Jehovah-principle. Not to find the Jehovah-God is nothing else than a
    • is, without finding its way to the Christ Impulse. And so we must not
    • way, we can by no means find the Christ. This is possible only if we
    • known: Christ is the God for all men. We shall not find Him if we
    • fellowship for the thoughts of all men shall I find in myself the
    • finds place among men, they will lose the way to the Christ. This
    • this other realm we must find again the way to the Christ. Youth
    • for the way through willing — there you will find nothing
    • through which we can find the Christ. If we pursue them, we shall no
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    • the human element in the world, finding a deeper understanding of our
    • “that in our life this very longing strives to find expression
    • (at any rate in his physical life), finds himself driven by the facts
    • spiritual findings of the present — that is something which
    • as the result of centuries of habit, will find it extraordinarily
    • would no doubt be surprised to find the rose soon withering, while
    • So are the findings of two modern spirits radically opposed.
    • opposite, how does the super-sensible find its way into all the rest
    • Just where this should prevail, we find sects springing up. These
    • finds it to his advantage to do so. Economic life springs from needs,
    • beings. It says: Let people find themselves in the environment of a
    • nature; they must also find a way that unites their thinking with
    • find terrible. Suppose one asks: What do you mean by
    • Trotsky — you will find a remarkable agreement. Then you will
    • wax so strong in human souls that it does not merely find expression
    • impelled to find the way out of it to the super-sensible. Anyone who
    • remain convinced that humanity will find a way out of the tragic
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    • causes of phenomena, the scientists are always wanting to find their
    • the 19th century, and we still find it on all hands in the whole way
    • had to read it in a cube of rock-salt. Yet in the latter we must find
    • in many instances we really find it so. There are whole fields of
    • wherever we can find so many single points from which quite definite
    • forces to their centres; we try to find the points from which effects
    • or germ-cell; with this method you would never find your way. No
    • out from such centres. Suppose we find the effect. If I now calculate
    • c, I find that a will work thus and thus on
    • which the life is subject. I shall not find them in a, nor
    • only find them when as it were I go to the very ends of the world
    • only find our way aright if we know what the leap is from Kinematics
    • apart. You may put the question: Where can I find an object where
    • — herein we find the purely centric forces working, working
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    • about the phenomena of light, you will find contradictory and
    • perhaps a bridge — the bridge which modern Physics cannot find
    • find the transition, and the consequences of this failure are
    • immense. It cannot find it because it has no real human science,
    • balance. We find the object has become lighter to the extent of the
    • speculation it seeks to find its way across into the realm of matter,
    • and naturally fails to do so. A Science that is spiritual will find
    • we measured it we should find it is not an exact circle. It is drawn
    • more thorough study of it, we should find in it all the colours of
    • simply as we find it; and please — all those of you who learned
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    • things which you will not find in the text-books, things not included
    • really healthy ideas into a modern school. We must find ways of
    • find out for himself. Buettner, Privy Councillor in Jena, was kind
    • facts — a space within which I should always find it possible
    • Moreover I shall always find a red edge outside, — in this
    • to find it there again. Yet when I look, I do not see it there but in
    • Finding increased resistance in the water, we are obliged to shorten
    • to pass, we find it very like any ordinary liquid taken from the
    • into the eye, the more life do we find. In the aqueous humour we have
    • external. Inside the vitreous body on the other hand we find inherent
    • find that the external fluid or aqueous humour and the lens grow not
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    • by, you will find it confirmed and reinforced in the phenomena you
    • take the trouble you will find it everywhere. The simple phenomenon
    • producing a picture, or again finding their way into the eye and
    • difficult to see. Nay, altogether, in the textbooks you will find the
    • find one place in the spectrum strongly developed. For sodium light
    • then too I find I get a rainbow, only the colours are now in a
    • is simply to take the phenomena as we find them.
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    • It is intended to be, what you will find in neither of the two, and
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    • find your way back to the pure facts. You must first cultivate the
    • find the direction in which the light will be refracted, you must
    • surrounded by darkness, and we shall find — I beg you to take
    • note of this very precisely — we shall find that for pure
    • proceed at once to thought-out explanations, we can find manifold
    • we shall find that things are wholes only in certain respects. Even
    • and finds expression in light and colour there is the vibrating
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    • the effect of it then finds expression in your experience of
    • into the lukewarm water. You will find the lukewarm water seeming
    • this “conversation” which finds expression in the
    • bridge, by which your own inner “lyre of Apollo” finds
    • outward you go, the more physical do you find the eye to be; the
    • In text-books of Psychology you will generally find a chapter on
    • thermometer inside, you would find it a little over
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    • speaking about sound and tone which you will find in the customary
    • a first approximation it is not difficult to find what may be
    • of the qualitative reality which finds expression simply and solely
    • ‘tone’. In all manner of variations you will find ever
    • flesh and bone, till such results emerge as you find quoted from
    • outer world and finds expression in waves of alternate compression
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    • interaction which can find expression in the form of an electric
    • finds release, becomes to all appearances very like flowing
    • somehow find a single, abstract, unitary principle at the
    • along its hidden paths. They had naturally hoped to find waves, but
    • magnet. We then find one part of the radiation separating off,
    • lectures is to tell you what you will not find in the text-books.
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    • of a magnet. I beg you to observe it now. You will find the shadow
    • blind alley if they first take the trouble to find out what is the
    • has no other value for reality than what finds expression in the
    • of the old wave-theory, you will find many of them feeling a little
    • sociological ways of thought will find their way into the social
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that
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    • The purpose of these lectures is to give a survey of findings of
    • It is as when, after an operation, a man hitherto blind finds around
    • There, then, is the first boundary. We find the second when we look
    • into our own being. Within ourselves we find a world of joy and
    • unknown to him, which he finds nowhere in the physical world, no
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    • should find that these designations were used originally for these
    • Thus we find a remarkable correlation between human life, the
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    • that it is also possible today to find something that can lead again
    • into the labyrinth of the spiritual Cosmos to find a thread that would
    • So we see that if a man wishes to find the spirit behind and pervading
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    • finds these regions when, as the result of inner development, he
    • this development. Every time we wake in the morning we find the same
    • nature, namely, our Sentient Body (Empfindungsleib). We have
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    • We heard yesterday how a man would be able to find his bearings within
    • grandfather, great-grandfather, and so on, we should find — if we
    • that the candidate for Initiation finds as a foreign entity when he
    • seven. The man now lives through a time in which he finds, as it were
    • last death. Thus we have now come to know what man finds as a remnant
    • find the other part which has actually dissolved, because he has
    • impossible for him to find any trace of it again.
    • present incarnation is taken rapidly and then the pupil finds his
    • age of civilisation. Then he finds that as an earlier personality he
    • It only remains to be said that certain later mystics strove to find
    • so strictly. They were able to find help in a different way and it is
    • about finding the God within. But people who talk in this vein have
    • guided, who like to speak constantly of the need to find the
    • that a man rooted in the spiritual life of today may find the path
    • man finds his way through methods belonging to the modern path of
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    • found in the physical world, but in the Elementary World we find as
    • discriminate between them and to find his bearings in the Elementary
    • twelve constellations of the Zodiac, and we can find our bearings in
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    • normal human consciousness and not with clairvoyance, we find certain
    • will find that it is exceedingly difficult to think, to feel or to
    • quite possible to form a sound judgment about the findings of
    • sympathies and antipathies are discarded and we shall find ourselves
    • will everywhere find evidence of an attitude that is entirely opposed
    • Macrocosm, for then we shall gradually learn to find our bearings in
    • boundary of the World of Spirit. When we reach it we find spiritual
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • forces which have formed our nervous system, we shall certainly find a
    • survey the World of Spirit clairvoyantly can find exact images of the
    • respect in a single day. You will find that in spite of innumerable
    • order little by little to find entrance into the higher worlds; and
    • You will find an outline of this process of development in the book,
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    • happened we shall find in most cases that we form a different judgment
    • contradicts the other. Yet we may find that two persons in exactly the
    • when he has to find the place where he is to incarnate. Such a case
    • which be is born. It is easy to find contradiction here, yet both
    • the day before, be cannot find it and has to look everywhere for it.
    • And the third time again we find something different. — When
    • laws, for otherwise we cannot find our bearings in the material world.
    • is communicated. There may be someone who finds difficulty in the
    • conveying the findings of the thinking of the heart.
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    • find in books such as
    • find at least a few concepts and ideas born of the intellect. To find
    • said of memory? In the normal consciousness of everyday life we find
    • memory, if he were to find that his logical thinking contradicted his
    • shall find this easy to understand if we apply to it all that has been
    • 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
    • there lies a kind of darkening. The spiritual investigator finds
    • find our bearings by means of a kind of Ariadne-thread, we must
    • regard to the worlds that preceded our Earth we can find our bearings
    • only by means of the forces which find expression in the thinking of
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    • and come to Spiritual Science longing to find answers to these
    • time. These others try to compel acknowledgment of their findings by
    • to every soul to see whether it cannot find within itself the
    • Ego had at some time to come out of the spiritual world and find
    • the Earth. So we shall find it intelligible that not only did it
    • only find one in an age when the Sun did not shine from outside; the
    • world. Each body presupposes the other. Therefore man had to find a
    • impression of a spiritual nature, but they find this incomprehensible
    • experience. If they were, they would find that man's constitution
    • back into your earlier incarnations you would find yourself
    • in the future. If we pay heed to this we shall find it comprehensible
    • the present world of social chaos could we find human beings with whom
    • In the measure in which these ideals spread, we shall find kindred
    • our duty, we find the innermost core of our own being through true
    • finds his fellow-man in the spirit does he find him with indissoluble,
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    • find themselves in a strange position. We have already seen how
    • questions of spiritual life. We find that a scientist like
    • find just as little satisfaction there. What is offered is, on
    • ascertain why it is not possible at the present time to find
    • Therefore when he makes his chemical analysis, he finds
    • being of man. It is imagined that we have to find two elements,
    • experience to find the spiritual reality that underlies
    • and you can find this in his beautiful treatise,
    • the contrary we really seek to experience them, then we find
    • brooding in oneself in order to find the way one has to go
    • human soul they find it characteristic that in certain respects
    • it must be said that those who find that this is in fact so,
    • by means of the inner functions or exercises which you can find
    • ego is linked to them and we find a complete ego-organism. This
    • that is directed toward the ego, we find that it is embedded in
    • find a soul-spirit world that in the first instance is
    • this soul- spirit world. The first entities that we find there
    • When we observe the sense world we find a kingdom below man,
    • the animal kingdom. In the soul-spirit world we find first of
    • spirit-soul nature. Then we find a sphere ranking above this
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    • of spirit for several years knows that he often finds himself
    • spiritual experience — find
    • What the science of spirit finds in this way is at first
    • spirit. We have to develop our own souls to find the way and
    • is that we find some things in our destiny sympathetic, others
    • a few words which express a kind of intellectual joy in finding
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    • And we have to ask ourselves: where do we now find the answers
    • nobody hoped to find America or anything like that. The
    • intention was to find another way to India, so that one only
    • researches of natural science finds himself in a position
    • research, we shall only find on the other side something that
    • humanity, we find that knowledge or what we might call science
    • before the birth of Christ, we find the heliocentric system
    • find their way in the world through love, make themselves
    • art of finding remedies and pathology, the knowledge of various
    • remarkable how those who find fault with the Science of
    • more closely will find that, on the contrary, it is well suited
    • our total outlook, when we try to find the impulses for solving
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    • will deaden this feeling of fear. He finds this opiate in
    • the morning cannot find his cuff-links, no matter where he looks. Why
    • is he not able to find them? Because while he was putting them away
    • begins. The findings of occult investigation can be understood today by
    • facts which are the findings of occult research. Whoever will allow
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    • name of Christ. Even in the New Testament you will find — and in my
    • ancient Hebrews endeavoured to find a way out of this difficulty. In spite
    • Christian era, we find that throughout this whole period revelation
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    • but a latter-day observer finds him hard to understand. This becomes
    • his inflammatory campaigns against the Turks, we find something
    • finding that I in nothingness, resound in the innermost chamber of
    • find that in former ages it was possible, when the soul turned its
    • into my inmost soul, gaze into the spirit, and in the spirit I find
    • find the spirit when they looked inward into themselves.
    • in my inmost soul. Thereby, I find the “I” weaving and
    • lost the power to find the spirit realm in its inner being. So
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    • it, he attempted to look into this own soul and to find therein the
    • into itself, it finds ideas and concepts, which finally lead to
    • second extends from him to Nicholas Cusanus. We find ourselves in the
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    • observing how people conceived of things mathematical, we find that
    • today, people would have been unable to find the names for numbers.
    • their place. You will find that even Spinoza still retained something
    • his external movements, in finding his orientation in the world,
    • taking place purely in abstract schemes of thought, when I find
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    • mathematical-scientific style. The thinkers of the time find it
    • mathematics that has been severed from man. We find that he
    • just as he finds it, but then he begins to mathematize. But, due to
    • thoughts — we would find that he held the view: “I live;
    • find ourselves in this nature. For we will not attain a coherent
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    • finding its way into the whole of modern thought and we see science
    • conceivable way, but even if we could we would not find sound, color,
    • understanding it through the interrelationship of its parts, we find
    • observes the organism, so Weismann said, one finds nothing that will
    • the event occurs, when we find a corpse in the place of the living
    • is in it, then indeed one cannot find death in the organism and an
    • sense data. In a different period the findings point more toward the
    • always, depending on the direction that research findings take, there
    • scientific findings and begins to think atomistically. It is like
    • which no longer finds self-experience in harmony with what goes on in
    • truly find ourselves in the world, we must find a way out of the dead
    • find living ideas that he actually experiences. The cell is alive, so
    • non-atomistic somehow finds its way in, since we have to admit that
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    • Therefore they did not find either mathematics or the primary
    • qualities in this unknown human nature; and they did not find the
    • Since one could no longer find the relationship of man to animal by
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    • formation, since you can find it all in my book
    • experience; and to find ways to speak of space without even thinking
    • forget the inner content but one could not find in the external world
    • experience was forgotten, one did not find oneself in the same
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    • If we examine the ancient initiation science, we find that, in spite
    • into their deeper meaning. Reading his works, we find ourselves
    • Even if we go no further back than the Scholastics, we can find,
    • find the same thing — deep insights that were well understood
    • ordinary history of philosophy and you will find this subject
    • abstractions, though no one admits this. You will find in it
    • follow historical evolution with these insights, you will find what I
    • today. These were full of rubbish. But Boehme was able to find a
    • In such books we find descriptions of the bones, the stomach, the
    • Great efforts were made to find something that would fit into this
    • himself as an elemental being in order to find himself as a free
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    • perceptible in the fantastic, alchemistic formulas that we find in
    • finds himself in the age of the development of the consciousness
    • only if we find ways and means to inwardly take hold of the spatial,
    • particular object is like inwardly, because we find velocity also
    • differential coefficients as long as you will but you will not find
    • In order to find psychology and pneumatology in the outer world, we
    • an epoch that has begun must find a way to continue. You can imagine
    • will vanish. Because today you have a morass in which you can find
    • it is possible to find a bit of a soul or a corporeal element, people
    • man really penetrates to pure thinking, then he finds in it the
    • inner perception, we will find the answer to the yearning call for
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    • the findings of certain English investigators in regard to the bending
    • find everywhere in physiologies a “sense physiology.” Just
    • from a general consideration of the senses. But you find everywhere
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    • expansion, it would be found other than it is here. We would find that
    • for various fluids, again we will find different values for various
    • can we find a firm standpoint for our consideration of these things.
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    • when the fluid has vaporized, we would find by holding the thermometer
    • There I find a second place where the thermometer remains stationary.
    • of an ordinary geometrical line, we find it cannot be done. Now this
    • when I have the first power and find it not expressible as a line,
    • everywhere one finds time as the fourth dimension. Crookes, on the
    • say to ourselves: it is necessary to find the exact relation between
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    • in their students, who are intelligent people since they find
    • Well now, my dear friends, if I come into this room and find the
    • back now to our own organism and find an inner kinship between our
    • to the outer phenomena of nature and find our eye intimately connected
    • find our ear intimately connected with sound, as something we can
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    • a gas, and there again we find the disappearance of the temperature
    • make an examination you will find these higher concepts and will be
    • seem to you at first, you will always find this fact when you look at
    • find it necessary to become acquainted with the ideas that underlie
    • so directly find the inter-relationships between what I experience or
    • something and thinking about it. Thus it is difficult to find the
    • description of the Saturn and Sun states. There you will find purely
    • at once find that you are more prone to recite a poem mechanically
    • an exception to the general rule that we find when temperature
    • so we can find a path leading from the external and visible in the
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    • and is equal to if. Here it is forced down. When we measure we find
    • barometric column on the left. If I measure, I find that it is shorter
    • was before being heated. Then we will find the vapor tension dependent
    • you will find there is no reason to fear that the two halves will
    • gravity. We find when we have a number of solids in a row and take way
    • with tomorrow. I will say only this today, that we have sought to find
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    • the real physical nature of things. This group then will have to find
    • find that the surface formation ceases. We see dissipated this last
    • Now place these thoughts vividly before yourselves: you find
    • stand outside of reality if we are to find the path here. Then we can
    • state the matter thus: Gravity begins when we find ourselves on a
    • negative gravity. Indeed we find this, we do not have to imagine it.
    • investigation, we will, for instance, first find in crystallization
    • We find the mechanical as a characteristic of the solid state. In the
    • gaseous we find acoustical energy as the characteristic. Just as we
    • above we find something that I will at this time indicate by X. Thus
    • the heat condition to the X condition. You must find something which
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    • fate of the universe in which we find ourselves.
    • Thus if we pass over the liquid state and seek to find in the gas what
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    • find only where we pursue further the train of thought of yesterday.
    • the realm of solids and find a common property at first
    • find a picture of what goes on in the heat realm. This comes about in
    • must find something that happens in a similar manner to the
    • another realm, finding in the realm of the gaseous the opportunity so
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    • Z. This is all similar to the manner in which we find in the light
    • When we observe the usual spectrum, we can in that case find something
    • states of aggregation, what do we find at the point of juncture? This
    • whole of nature find anything not included in the form categories we
    • to that which we find active in our wills. Heat may be thus looked
    • indeed, find again here what goes off into infinity. Instead of it
    • space. We cannot find a symbol which expresses spatially how the facts
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    • always find only the upper condition in the lower, but also always the
    • now, what we are finding beyond the heat region, the realm wherein the
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    • assumed X, Y, Z, we will find the essence of light. Now the question
    • One who has the organ to perceive these things finds something very
    • peculiar. He finds something which, I believe, furnishes a real
    • von Hartmann was obliged to find definitions for physics that excluded
    • the qualitative. Naturally, one cannot find this in the one-sided
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    • analogy, I find the same relationships as if I am experimenting with
    • instance, we would expect to find chemical effects in fluids, and this
    • as light is to the gas. We then have to expect to find a Z associated
    • beyond heat to find chemical effects. This was spoken of yesterday in
    • We find solid bodies, we find fluid bodies, we find gas. The solids we
    • find without vitality. Vital effects in the terrestrial sphere we
    • with them, etc. But we do not find an immediate coupling up of what we
    • yourselves and then you will find that there is a relation
    • find in it, namely, a difference in level of transition. (Unless we
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    • comprehend chemical processes finds the following: Wherever chemical
    • account of the great size of the earth, we find we are really dealing
    • we search for them we find them in what the older cosmic systems
    • cosmos, and we are obliged to find the transition from the one
    • find heat welling out wherever we make the transition from the
    • heat itself. This heat we find as the entity welling out when matter
    • You will certainly find many things in these lectures that are
    • life to the old formulae. And they will find, when they apply to these
    • will also find something arising in the work of the Waldorf School.
    • you will also discover that they will go well if you find it necessary
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    • refer? That has to-day become an important question. We find in these
    • ideas no longer a direct reality, and so we try to find a theoretical
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    • sense of consciousness as we find in scientific thought.
    • of breathing. In this and the other rhythmic processes of man we find
    • More details on this subject you will find in my Philosophy of
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    • When success is reached by means of such exercises, we find ourselves
    • Moon, Planets and Fixed Stars, these we find again as Cosmic beings;
    • as in a dream. He had dreamlike intuition of which we find to-day only
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    • finds himself in the purely spiritual world for a certain time before
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    • did not find himself in the same degree as to-day as an
    • Christ, man can find, since Golgotha, what he formerly found through a
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    • there. After a certain time man can find the transition to a state of
    • earth begins. Man enters once more into the lunar sphere and finds
    • The Initiation-science of Christianity finds something else. In the
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • Such people can find
    • human material it finds in the hospitals and elsewhere; therefore, by
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    • ask if all of them are able to find a place there. Certainly they are,
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    • would find that it would be possible in the rarest instances. A
    • explicable on the basis of this finding of occult investigation. Thus,
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • spiritual relationships that a human being finds again when he passes
    • find them again on earth. In many respects the purpose of incarnation
    • no longer find a suitable body today if the principle of the
    • of parents were accepted as a fact, the feeling of finding a new life
    • can calculate it you will find that he had the vision in his thirty-fifth
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    • structure of the universe today, and so on, you would find that what
    • matters. While man was finding on Saturn the sphere where the first
    • thanks. First, the faculty that alone enables an ego-bearer to find
    • of their own being to take place. On Saturn, then, we find the Spirits
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • moon was still united with the earth, to find a human body again, none
    • of man could find the tempo befitting its stage. The forces both of
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    • men of still being able to find traces of human evolution in those olden
    • long ago it was a matter of finding the connection with the physical,
    • challenge of evolution, and he who knows this also finds the strength
    • and Zarathustra's aim was to find the spirit in the material world.
    • descend and find a dwelling place.
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    • capacity to find their bearings in the spiritual world after death depart
    • the world man enters after death, he still finds that when a clairvoyant
    • of his temple, he finds nothing in the spiritual world. The temple seems
    • been able to find the path into the spiritual world. The body of Kashyapa
    • six hundred years later. What do you find? Humanity reveres a corpse.
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    • finding its ultimate expression in Kant. There is to be found in Kant
    • evolve and when the concept of brotherliness finds practical fulfilment
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    • in study, we find, not only the great Poet very pre-eminently there,
    • We find that Goethe was one of those spirits who had within him an
    • primal and eternal evolution of his freedom, he will then find
    • same meaning is applied to this word as we find in Goethe. In the New
    • Testament too we find this expression in the conversation between
    • the animal world, we find that there are objectionable animals and
    • find wisdom he must seek it far from all human self-seeking. When a
    • touch upon a few. We find the wife of the old man with the lamp, she
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    • acquainted with Jacob Boehme you find one of the sources (Dawn of the
    • find represented the three kingdoms in which man lives, the physical,
    • cannot get back again in that way. We must ourselves find the way
    • the Serpent, he could only find them by the sense of touch; but they
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    • would you have been able to find in the poetry and songs of that time
    • finds there deep and significant mysteries of human development.
    • documents, is astonished to find how different the male and female
    • heavens. If you study the Zodiac, you will find there the signs of
    • Buddhi, or life-spirit, will find expression in man through the
    • Mediator. This harmony can only find its expression in an eternal law
    • find a sevenfold initiation of those permitted admission to the holy
    • the primeval ages of our solar system, you would find that it arose
    • from out a battle of chaotic heat; you would find that harmony in our
    • Christmas festival. In Egypt we find Horus, Isis and Osiris, the
    • we have the birth of Krishna by the holy virgin. We find echoes of
    • the twelfth and thirteenth centuries A.D. You will find full
    • full comprehension, finds in them the signs of ancient wisdom, of
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    • And finds Fulfilment's portals outward turning;
    • So find in world decline
    • So finde im Niedergang
    • that future time when he is to find the inner light again radiating in
    • find images for the most ancient symbols of mankind. The Christmas
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    • requested me to speak about the spiritual beings we find in the realms
    • facts, finds at once behind all that is spread out as color, sound, as
    • physical body and to find there the etheric or life-body. Now occult
    • more than his physical body, and then find the etheric body — so
    • We then find that just as behind the physical body of man there is a
    • life-body, so we can also find a sort of etheric or life-body behind
    • again we find that in our soul a moral feeling is set free. We begin
    • can we, since what we perceive is something quite new, find it
    • multiplicity that lies behind the physical world, we first find beings
    • characterize what we first of all find there I must refer to something
    • which we first of all find behind the physical-sense world. A second
    • class of beings which we find there, we can only describe if we look
    • — belong to this second class. Occult vision actually only finds
    • first of all, of what we find in the various kingdoms of nature. This
    • those which are ever changing form, for which we can find a symbol for
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    • beings, we find when we descend into the depths of the earth and
    • will find described in part — in so far as they can be in an open
    • you find that, in relation to conscience, your friend takes things
    • are first of all concerned, and to whom we can find the way through a
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    • enter this other condition of consciousness, in which they find
    • of all find the right way in which he can meet them. I will try to
    • describe how the occultist can find them.
    • please us. Many people have experienced that they may perhaps find it
    • just the opposite of those applicable to the sense-world. Thus we find
    • towards ascending to the spiritual world. You find this treated fully
    • perception, and spiritual enfilling as their inner life, and who find
    • further, we find beings as leaders of humanity who are no longer
    • individual groups of men, are distributed in space, so do we find, if
    • shall learn more in the following lectures, we should find more and
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    • can find in the higher world to our own. We will continue these
    • first of all finds his own guide, who can give him some idea of those
    • Archangeloi; and how, in the course of cultural civilisation we find
    • find that gradually we educate ourselves, developing in ourselves a
    • man follows this way further he will find that he gradually trains
    • slightly touched upon yesterday — we find that sympathy and love
    • find another blossom which closes its petals above, like the two hands
    • the Second Hierarchy permeate all nature, and find expression in the
    • second stage finds in the beings of the plant and animal kingdoms,
    • individual human beings; but we find groups of animals, groups of
    • worlds, we find, when we look at the elements, which are of importance
    • the aid of these elements, we find spiritual beings, group-souls, who
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    • At the most, we can attempt to find a comparison for the qualities of
    • experience of life; we find that even in such persons nothing in
    • Father, Son and Holy Spirit, to find a name for this Trinity. We may
    • as it were, exhausted what we find in man, as far as the consciousness
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    • cosmic order, the Angels or Angeloi, we already find this peculiarity,
    • Spirits of the Age or Archai, we find throughout that everything which
    • with physical vision we find him outside in cosmic space, a sort of
    • point from which the Spirits of Form work — we find it in the
    • against those of their own class. Just as we find Luciferic Spirits
    • substance of the higher hierarchies, so do we also find within the
  • Title: Lecture 7: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • planetary system he finds that the same experiences that we make when
    • all this we find when we direct our spiritual vision to Saturn, or to
    • we find the same results if we fix our attention on the activities of
    • these particular beings. On the other hand, we no longer find the same
    • star itself? We then actually find the same boundary. If we direct our
    • vision find there?
    • Occult vision finds upon the moon nothing of that which is developed
    • in the ranks of the hierarchies, we do not find their evolution upon
    • the moon. We find there no form of activity, no forces, such as those
    • moon. Nowhere do we find traces of any human or animal activity, or
    • moon, strange to say we find these forces existing there. Occult
    • vision finds there as active forces in existence on the moon the same
    • find again these same distinctive forces when we look upon that which
    • system he finds in his immediate earthly environment none other than
    • can find something in the earth conditions themselves which can call
    • (which is its etheric body). The astral body we can find there of
    • should find an enormous mass of harmful, astral substances in a
    • physical and etheric bodies, find an analogy in man himself. The
    • Spirits of Wisdom or the Thrones. We find in the comets nothing which
    • find in the physical system the substances of the cometary bodies,
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    • Man would find himself forced back to his fifteenth year and he would
    • ceases to be something apart from ourselves; but when we begin to find
    • ancient Mysteries, you find among other things, which for the most
    • You know that when we observe man we find that he consists of physical
    • consider the animal, it is quite certain that we find the physical
    • animal, he will find it, not in the world in which are the physical,
    • super-sensible nature we can find the ego of the animals. There it
    • ego as we do not find in our physical world; it only reveals and
    • nothing but lamb; now try to find out whether the wolf has become a
    • all wolves belong to a group-ego. The world in which we find the
    • physical world we find nothing of the plant but its physical and
    • that world in which is the group-ego of the animals, we find something
    • very characteristic with regard to the plant-kingdom: we find that
    • other than the astral bodies of the plants; and we find them in the
    • occultly. We find this ego of the plants again in like manner as a
    • in such a world can we find the group-egos of the plants. In
    • astral bodies of the plants. But even here we can find nothing of the
    • kingdom as its astral body, and which we find in the Devachanic world.
    • world. Here only do we find the group-egos of the mineral kingdom. You
    • clear. Thus provisionally we have to find only the group-souls of the
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    • does not find in the physical world with regard to the animal, what he
    • finds there with regard to man — namely, the ego; for that which
    • find in the animal world the most varied forms, which differ far more
    • from each other than do the human races. Certainly we find great
    • the animal kingdom, the different species, which we find
    • this development of our whole planetary system something you find
    • Blavatsky. Those who know find indications of this there. On one page
    • occult vision to the planet, but to the sun, we shall find the
    • back to the civilisation of ancient India, then we find that the Seven
    • instinct — I might say — for finding the right. We must not
    • cosmos, in the stars, in their ordering and motions, we shall find
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    • occultism always starts from reality and seeks to find the origin of
    • investigator cannot find what he has to describe as the etheric body
    • of the mineral in the physical world; but he finds it in the same
    • realm in which he must seek, if, for instance he wishes to find the
    • than that necessary for finding the group-ego of the animal. With the
    • find that the life stream which permeates the earth directly from him
    • find it is always a question of the beings in connection with the
    • to our senses, and to find an external expression for it, we can
    • of what we find in the religious documents, which are based on
    • cannot find it upon the sun. Where then does the group-ego of the
    • themselves in a sense in certain phenomena which we find as minerals
    • from countless points: and everywhere in the universe we find the
    • concerning which you find one of the important revelations you come
    • itself, we find the Spirit or Spirits. Behind all this Spiritual Life
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    • wrong it would be to say that we are simply finding fault with details
    • turn a few more pages to find, in a further discussion of the Ten
    • Egypt, we would not yet find this individual property among the
    • masses. We would find that those who presided over property were also
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    • that man would be able to find his connection with God within, and
    • could find it through their own egos.
    • right way, they will find the Kingdom of Heaven.”
    • spirit of God can be healed and comforted by finding the source, the
    • spiritual beings.” Now men should find the strength within their own
    • sleeps in the sentient soul, we cannot find in another man the ego
    • says, “He who develops compassion and mercy shall find compassion in
    • Connected with this we find references also to the special mission of
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    • satisfied.” If we find on the one side a thirsting for
    • enlightenment about Christ, we find on the other side, among numerous
    • find what is contained in the Gospels, quite independently of
    • super-sensible knowledge, we would find that in the course of human
    • documents. If this is so, we must say that men will be able to find
    • science. If we steep ourselves in spiritual science, then we find even
    • life. We find that we get away from the abstract charts of the seven
    • created man, we find the two forces described above; there are the
    • — In the nature of things this man could never find his way with
    • ecclesiastical ideas he could never find anything which would give him
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    • men, but which can bring to every man, no matter where he finds
    • What follows from this? It follows that we find the most varied
    • or that founder. We find first the Krishna religion, leading back to
    • the ancient Hebrew religion, leading back to Moses; and we find
    • we find the reciprocal understanding of the religions in such a way
    • will find described in my pamphlet: The Spiritual Guidance of
    • order that out of our suffering we may gain experience and find an
    • learns to know the Karma of human life often finds it highly unjust
    • will find it. He does find it!
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    • awakes. Threefold, however, do we find is that which the child
    • manifestation of this thinking, as he traces it backward, finds that
    • pre-earthly life, we find that these forces are acquired out of
    • the waking state, find the forces for drawing near to the Angelic
    • then find intelligible what anthroposophical research discloses to us:
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    • human existence, we find that something entirely different existed in
    • Indeed, if we look further back in the course of evolution, we find
    • when man finds a dead thinking he can pour his free will into this
    • anthroposophy, will find again the relation with the Christ. This
    • find access to the spiritual world.
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • think, my dear friends, that you feel you can no longer find
    • that is not of the present has been preserved there. We find nothing
    • like it in Middle Europe. But what we find in Middle Europe, in
    • life, we find during the last third of the nineteenth century, up to
    • we shall find this great difference. The forms of the thoughts have
    • social life man cannot really find his fellow-men any longer.
    • out of which Goethe grew, and we must find it again. And if it is
    • today? — I shall answer: In order to find this. For you are
    • manhood. That is why we find ourselves together here.
    • not a question of finding fault but only of trying to understand. I
    • am not finding fault when I speak of the tragedy which befell Julius
    • not a matter of finding fault, but of the need for understanding. For
    • it dry or cold. We must find this light, while preserving the heart's
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • and they did not find them. And this was the really terrible thing
    • can no longer find any teachers.
    • then, did youth find when they came to the Universities? Well, they
    • met men in whom they did not find what they were looking for. These
    • word — they are looking for human beings — and they find,
    • well, they find librarians! They are looking in the scientific
    • knowledge, and they find, well, those who are usually to be found in
    • have been trying to find forms of expression — for as there are
    • feeling — they have always been trying to find expressions for
    • The farther back we go, the less we find that education is spoken
    • attributed to this cause. People talk about it because they find that
    • There you will find that the earth is shown as a heritage of other
    • gradual process. In the first centuries of Christendom we find that
    • They find every single word in earlier books. But when one wants to
    • fifteenth century man could still find man. Since that century dim
    • and sincere should ask themselves: “How can we find the
    • living within you this question: How can we find the Spirit? If you
    • see what has impelled you to come in the right light, you will find
    • that it is simply this question: “How can we find the Spirit
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • in order to find our bearings we may turn back, look back, rather,
    • times and you will find, when men spoke of “salt,”
    • Read any current history of physics and you will find that it is
    • I really do not find any very great difference between those people
    • theosophical twaddle with Haeckel's thought, I find the Spirit
    • Therefore, do not think that you will find here any plea for rigid
    • philosophy and you will find — Being, Becoming, Existence,
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • thermometer, so we can find out a great deal about the undercurrents
    • goes on, will only be able to find moral impulses in the very essence
    • was not so, because in his time he failed to find the impulse which
    • find in Wagner's art as a renewal of Greek art? What was it?
    • that he can find Spirit in intellectualism, which is merely the form
    • man, man will not find himself.
    • find oneself is only possible if man will honestly confess:
    • “I am thirsting for something, and nothing I find out of
    • it can find the Spirit if only it so wills. In our time the soul must
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • go back in evolution the more we find that the rising tip of an inner
    • consider what was spoken of as moral intuition, we find that it did
    • paleontology of the soul. Just as in the earth we find fossils,
    • find forms pointing back to the once living, God-given moral ideas.
    • of this very Nothingness try to find something that is not given, but
    • Spengler way is far from alive. It was a question of finding a living
    • quicken it to new life. We must find something that strikes into what
    • us out of the unconscious. We must find a science that is alive. We
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • problematic, up to the first third of the fifteenth century, we find
    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • world-evolution of humanity, on the one hand, to find for themselves
    • the mood of confidence in order that the deed may find its way from
    • you go back to Greece, you will find that the doctor in his medical
    • in the moral sphere of man. Only he who finds education within the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • had experience of it no longer finds the opposition in its full
    • century, to implicit belief in all we find there. We shall certainly
    • another way. We may find that the teacher hands on to the young
    • things he has only half learnt. We find here or there, for example,
    • led to the impossibility of finding anything right, for human
    • which finds no air to breathe. Certainly a lung which finds no air to
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • man's spiritual culture. Today, in order to find the bridge to
    • fifteenth century; in an inward study we find ourselves led back to
    • century. We find then something that for the very first time caused
    • existed, we find the Middle Ages permeated by the tragedy of still
    • thoughts we find personalities in whom were reincarnated souls whose
    • later times, we find them to be those who in their previous
    • by youth: How can we find the Spiritual in Nature, how can we find it
    • Science, one finds in the last third of the nineteenth century a
    • knowledge. Life is lost in this way. You can find it again when you
    • movement is to find a right content — Where can I find the
    • only able to think passively, finding active thinking impossible. But
    • You only come to a movement with real content when you find the
    • us devote the next few days to the question of how to find this
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • from this at the present time — we cannot find the bridge
    • however, exceedingly important for life. If culture is to find roots
    • were being prepared for trades. We should not find much difference.
    • and feel it clearly. And where do we find an answer?
    • evolution of the human race. Here we must find the transition from
    • young. For this period we must find the solution of the most
    • one will find that the period between the age of imitation and the
    • stimulated when the young find the artistic coming from the older
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • evolution and, above all, into men's souls. Then we find when
    • done today, we find that the whole evolution of the human soul
    • the length of his childlike episode, and you will find that with
    • there we find:
    • through his own powers, man must arrive at finding the spiritual,
    • higher freedom and find that it is only an unfolding at a higher
    • it work educationally. Hence you find in my Philosophy of Spiritual
    • become an artist in education when he finds his way into this mood.
    • an art, education which is not afraid to find its support in real
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • man desires of life, most concrete things are seeking to find their
    • maturing human being — this desire to find some kind of
    • not many people do nowadays because they find it too difficult —
    • humanity. Men had to become like this to find through inner effort,
    • inner activity, what they can no longer find in a natural way; in
    • my Philosophy of Spiritual Activity will find that this does not
    • a genius he will go on to a higher school and there certainly find
    • find that it is what rises up from the previous earth-life or series
    • if we study what is working upon the human being we find how today,
    • them, we would find that as children they were fortunate to have been
    • through feeling to find his way into what is often hidden in the
    • really it would be too boring to find no fine fellow anywhere —
    • really find another human being but always ourselves. We see
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • we should find that fully grown men actually confronted one another
    • eyes, which you would not have been able to find either among the
    • who want to find their way livingly into the twentieth century should
    • philistinism. For in this vast volume on Goethe you find the
    • read Fichte or Schiller thoughtfully. You will find in their writings
    • my dear friends, that you can find a pedant working in some place is
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • been people who sought to prove that the moral world-order could find
    • spiritual texture of the world, we find that with the culmination of
    • not be breathed. Here, the only help is to find Michael who conquers
    • pre-earthly life is still working. Here we find, if we nurture it,
    • age of Michael the human being will have to find his own relation to
    • can you really find within a book what is Spirit? For the spiritual
    • finds in Michael the forces to exterminate the dragon. This will show
    • giving to find a true rhythm it is necessary that we enter the
    • also come together again. Thus we shall find association in the
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    • can understand if we find analogies to our own human evolution and to
    • influence our earthly evolution, we find that they have already
    • Form, on what stage do we find them? We must answer: They have
    • we consider the eighth stage we find the Form Spirits.
    • interests they have in cosmic existence. We shall find that their
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    • find that it is the result of unconscious clairvoyance (we know this
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    • find it queer if we say that just as we walk in the air so we walk in
    • of evolution, which you will find designated in my
    • If we now hold this eighth sphere in view, we find living there not
    • the human being finds himself in a process of dying. We may thus point
    • find that physical science has come to the conclusion that the earth
    • the nineteenth century he is able, in growing measure, to find the
    • If we look back into pre-Christian times we shall find that God's
    • path. And its continuation is to find in the world which we
    • on the path toward the spiritual: the Michael path which finds its
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    • introduced through the figure of Socrates, finds its continuation in
    • we must go back with the methods which you find indicated in my book,
    • find developed, already to the degree of brilliancy, in Galileo or in
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. This, then, finds its continuation in the
    • current expression, as an inner deficiency. They will not find what
    • become accustomed to that which nature teaches. Most people who find
    • teaches. I must find a way out of this.
    • burning: Where must we look for this inner mediation? We can only find
    • complete denial of the Divine, we shall find the reason for this
    • will, and so forth — we shall find that the whole configuration
    • upon the words but upon the spirit-soul content, we shall find that
    • even though they cannot find the transition from the God they sense to
    • the concept of the Christ. To be unable to find the Christ in life is
    • a different matter from being unable to find the Father God — You
    • expression in the soul of man. Not to find God the Father is a
    • disease; not to find the Christ is a misfortune. For the human being
    • place as a historical event. He must find a connection with the Christ
    • here upon earth, in external life. If he does not find it is a
    • misfortune. Not to find the Father god, to be an atheist, is an
    • illness. Not to find the Son God, the Christ, is a misfortune.
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    • and on previous occasions. We find that great care is taken during
    • truths; there you will, naturally, find: God is all-mighty, all-wise,
    • spiritual-scientifically, then we find that these obscured
    • look back into the evolution of the Earth, we find the
    • truth, quite apart from the fact that false sentimentality might find
    • up, out of Ahrimanic depths, of certain beings. And these beings find
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    • eighth millennium before the Christian era, we shall find a soul mood
    • The first indications of this we find toward the fifth and fourth
    • the endeavor to find something in the human inner life in which an
    • of finding something which the human being lays hold of within
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    • Under certain conditions it is easier for the dead to find access to
    • consciousness studies grief and the pain of separation, it will find
    • person over a deceased child, one will find it something quite
    • children after their death long to find in the commemoration which we
    • offer then, general human relationships; they long to find in the
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    • will find it very grotesque: There is no time within historical human
    • 1917, you will find a surprising result. You will realized the deep
    • incisive historical event, you will find the preceding spiritual event
    • not find it dreadful at all. I think it is self-evident and quite
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    • find in the report at this point the following suggestion,
    • find innumerable similar cases in the literature of the
    • find that such cases are not at all rare. Assume for example
    • concepts, and he finds himself in a collision between what is
    • in contact, you find the conflict within the individual, but no
    • my lectures, you will easily find an explanation, but I can
    • come back to the point in case you do not find it. It may
    • lecture that I gave here last year you may find an explanation
    • I beg of you, here you find — here you are standing at
    • solved within consciousness. Yes, but you find repeatedly just
    • Therefore you find in all sorts of places the most incredible
    • you may find many supporting details. Wagner had up
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    • unexecuted concepts. We find the most grotesque, the most
    • you will find mention of the
    • will find this described in my book
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    • the seeker always finds himself. He finds that which exists and
    • finds only himself — then he is exposed to manifold
    • way: If we look over our life we find in it two distinctly
    • different groups of occurrences. We often find that this or
    • That is to say, we find it comprehensible that in a
    • we have ability, we find success quite natural.
    • which we can comprehend and find natural, but there are others
    • we may not find this too difficult we may place this event back
    • causeless things during our lives. We find within ourselves the
    • only to peer into your own soul-life and find something, but it
    • find it anywhere, and thus through lack of sunshine developed a
    • course, since everyone has his own point of view. One finds
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    • forces, and the human being finds his continuing life, his
    • consider these forces, we find them to be those of the
    • find that at the time of death such forces have been stored up.
    • find them to be more often memory ideas, the memories proper.
    • in his entirety means to find in him the forces which reach
    • You can find all sorts of reasons why the woman went from one
    • you will find in them the remedies for diseases which
    • skin; there they find their continuation.
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    • of external records, and then find it unsubstantiated. We shall have
    • we go back in human evolution, the less do we find expressed the
    • single individuality. That which we still find today in the animal
    • — thus one progresses to Nirvana. Here one finds descriptions
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    • attacks the Gospels, and for this it is truly not difficult to find
    • find.
    • to find a suitable body), then he would not be able to express the
    • inherited. Zarathustra had to find forthcoming this suitable physical
    • We have said: If we go back to earlier times, we find that human
    • we find that the Captivity appeared to the entire people where, in the
    • great, that we must be thankful when we find it described from four
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    • old Hebraic temple-speech, we should find quite another method of
    • first apostles are fishermen. And we can find obvious what I have said
    • among the secrets of the sun, one finds that which one can call the
    • We find these wonders again in the Mark Gospel repeated: “And
    • life, new force. But one must say: Our modern speech can only find
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    • which cannot find the bridge between the Ideal — one can
    • paths of philosophy if one does not find the balance between
    • find true certainty as regards what you yourself experience in
    • year. Only when we conquer time can we find in what we now
    • Ideal; and in this stream he seeks to find a firm point. St.
    • which we shall Speak further tomorrow, can one find a real
    • the soul-life of men through these three stages, one finds in
    • infinite energy to find the bridge. (You can find the essential
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    • through those exercises which you can find described in my
    • spread everywhere; one finds memories of this in the very
    • anachronism. It is laid on man to-day to find quite other
    • nations, one can find characterised in a certain way what lies
    • alongside it, for in Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon we find an
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    • If you enter into esoteric realms, you will find that man's principles
    • If we pass on to the higher Manas, we find that it has a similar
    • beyond the middle of the third race, the Lemurian, we find no men as
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    • of the time of the Druid culture, you will find that an objective,
    • Theseus, Hercules and others, man was again able to find the primeval
    • you find described the events which then took place. Manu chose a
    • initiate must find the way to the soul of the fifth root-race, but he
    • able to find his way rightly in the fifth root-race, he must again on
    • merely cunning and clever would never find the right way. He must
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    • must first find its place in the great cosmic happenings in the world.
    • I must draw attention to one feature which we always find in such a
    • fifth sub-race. The import of this transition finds expression in the
    • progressive culture, here in the north we find a mood of suspense, of
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    • language to find on occasions deep esoteric truths in them. To-day I
    • This invulnerability, which we find in Siegfried, is also to be found
    • you find that they are an expression of the whole plan of development
    • caste. We never find that the temporal relationships which emerge in
    • during the fifth root-race the four castes find their outward
    • during the fourth sub-race that we find purely worldly kings, kings
    • established, in them too we find worldly kings.
    • marriage between kama and manas. The man endowed with manas, finding
    • the Iliad too you will find that the blind poet indicates his theme at
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    • himself in the pentagram, as it were; then he will find the currents
    • we find that:
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    • In Genesis you find
    • of course, find much that is ingenious, but this would only be
    • materials around you today, you will find that they exist in various
    • Where you find Fire or Warmth, something is present that is still
    • you find it to be about the same temperature as that of human blood.
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    • unfathomable. Everywhere in nature you find that nothing reveals
    • a man finds himself completely in his body has he been able to
    • out dualities at every step in life. In physics you find positive and
    • will find in Augustine a kind of mystical inwardness. No one can read
    • find the German mystics in the region of the Rhine, through whom an
    • this current of the time. Further along the way we find Nicolaus
    • end of the Middle Ages. Always we find that depth of feeling, that
    • difference. At the outset, we find Copernicus who, through a
    • present, and everywhere we find the opposite, the strict opposite, of
    • day, or in the fifth hour we can find important things that can be
    • part is not important, to find the truth, however, is). I
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    • of any plant deeply enough, you will find that there is contained in
    • his ego. In the astral world one finds beings like one's self, but in
    • group souls in the astral world, one finds four species from which
    • one would find that one of the four is comparable to the lion,
    • revealed. Hence, you find the book in the middle of the seal and
    • those who would find God must look for him in his works that are
    • him. In the Apocalypse of St. John you can find a similar seal in
    • That he find life again in this death, a man must find the death of
    • we find its meaning in the mystery of the Redeemer. Just as we are
    • force. You can continually turn back to these seals and you will find
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    • we see it, was formed. Man finds these thoughts and ideas in the
    • world again; when he rises to clairvoyant vision, he finds the
    • there you will find it said that illness is pain, life is pain’:
    • rejuvenescence through Christianity and which shows us how to find
    • Venus to the Archai and so on. With its help we shall find the key to
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    • way, but in time we shall find the standard by which we can put our
    • their human stage, we find it very different from our earth.
    • the self contained bodies of warmth you would find nothing but eggs
    • warmth.’ And coming back another time and finding all those
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    • Thus, we find, spread abroad in space surrounding
    • find also, evoked as by magic out of the Sun-gas during the Sun's
    • it? He opens a Lexicon, finds a Greek mythological name which is
    • given in that way; but in the names then given you could always find
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    • that highest Divinity of which we find mention by almost all nations
    • whole of this giant mass of gas has begun to revolve. It finds it
    • or fire-air. You find this expression used in Faust, for
    • Goethe knew it well, and you find the expression fire-mist also used
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    • the Bhagavad Gita we find the earthly reflection of this fight in
    • end, humanity may pass in the right manner through a Pralaya and find
    • we find the spring-point in the Zodiacal sign of Gemini. That was the
    • on their way they find themselves behind the Sun. Thus if I drew it,
    • might find his tempo for his own development. A world system grows
    • Thus you see that in reality we do not find the outer spheres or
    • find this very word in the Secret Doctrine. These things are derived
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    • water or that wind clairvoyantly, we find within it an etheric or
    • The lowest part of them which we can find, we must draw like this:
    • only in air and in fire, and you would have to find clairvoyantly,
    • spiritual world above I shall find the spiritual counter-part which,
    • find a man who did not yet feel his Ego completely within him, who
    • in earthly evolution we find that what there is of man down on earth
    • we go back to Lemurian times, we find a man who in his way has no
    • physical body of the first inhabitants of the earth. Thus, we find
    • find those, through whom the Hierarchies speak The great Hierarchies
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    • has been said in these lectures you will nowhere find anything which
    • them superficially with each other, you may indeed find some
    • the interior of Saturn, we find the Exusiai, or Powers, or Spirits of
    • Egg forms. Opposed to it we find the soul warmth, spread around it,
    • finds expression in speech, in tone; but all tone-formation is
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    • did not follow we always find represented in the pictures which
    • had to find expression physically in a twofold way; first through
    • manner in which Christianity was propagated, you will find a living
    • and you can find it all in other religious systems. This cannot be
    • astral body and penetrate him with their activities, which find
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    • find that a characteristic of its highest beings is that they are
    • more traces do we find of this primitive clairvoyance.
    • need not go further than some thousands of years, and we shall find
    • who used the same story a few decades later, we find no Furies, no
    • find another dwelling place, but the other spirits were able to
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    • Earth, that certain things which we find there could come into
    • us now try to find a link between the results which super-sensible
    • and it is not at all correct to say that we find in ancient Indian
    • of history altogether. He may find himself faced with the question:
    • the Holy Rishis, we find, among many appellations of divine beings,
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    • known at all times to men who sought for initiation. Hence we find
    • also for finding the spiritual world behind the veil of their own
    • external sense world and to find the upper gods hears that somewhere
    • evolution into Asia, we find that the Indian people traveled the
    • Persia, we find an ancient civilisation known in later history as the
    • with super-sensible sight, we find that the characteristic of its
    • find in that wonderful Celtic culture which really underlies all
    • peoples, we find not only a development of warlike qualities, but
    • incarnation to another were generally able to find better vehicles in
    • nearer to the earth, to find a dwelling place within a body of great
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    • senses as well as into itself to find the spirit, because it
    • I find a spiritual world, and if I dip down into my own soul life I
    • find a spiritual world, and the two are one.’
    • its deepest foundations. And in very fact we find a region of post
    • very ancient times, we find that the soul looking outwards sees the
    • one path were able to find the upper gods, or following the other
    • difficult for an initiate of the ancient Hebraic world to find
    • live through his own soul experiences subjectively, finding the
    • of descending into one's own inward life, and of there finding the
    • capacity of finding the Christ not only in the outer world, but also
    • within, of finding the mystical Christ in His Dionysian nature. First
    • come about in the right way, we find an inner Christ Being there. The
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    • find its way to these things. Again, the description of the Luciferic
    • which has entered it, it will find itself in a sphere in which it
    • one another. Those who seek to find an undeviating evolution can
    • the outer world for the facts corresponding to it, we find matter in
    • case. At the present time a man may find himself in a position in
    • fire, air, and ether. Only in Greek times do we find a different
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    • find them in the first place by turning his gaze to where they went
    • man's inner life, into a sub-earthly soul region, in order to find
    • feeling and thinking of ancient Indian times. Even if we only find a
    • that we must find truth through logical thinking, because we might
    • particular standpoint, for instance, we may say: ‘We find an
    • is expressed, if we regard its exterior form, we find it less closely
    • we find it today when we are called by the Rosicrucian method to seek
    • find. Zaruana Akarana was the name of this god existing in the
    • according to its essence, we find the being by going back to the
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    • space are related to each other, we find a thread leading on the one
    • more, the sixth and seventh to succeed our own. We can also find our
    • always conscious of this. It said: ‘It is possible to find the
    • could find behind the covering of the external sense world. His quest
    • another numerical clue if we are to find our way in it.
    • heights we can find Him as an Object of Initiation and where we may
    • spiritual life where, freed of all the dust of earth, we may find the
    • find the Christ stripped of all that He became on the earth or in its
    • vicinity. There we find the origin of humanity, the source whence all
    • life proceeds: the primeval, spiritual source. We find not only one
    • civilisations, and so on. We find in these spiritual heights a series
    • descend into the region of physical life. We find them there as the
    • course of the evolution of our earth we find incarnations of the
    • find all the teachings of Christ in other faiths also; for Christ is
    • That, therefore, is what we find described for the mass of the
    • the spiritual life of Europe we find him who was the bearer of the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • Thus we find anthropology on the lowest step, theosophy
    • find the answer in the historic example of the German theosophist,
    • of the past, became theology, and thus we find theology running
    • Heraclitus, “The Obscure,” we still find immediate
    • find anthroposophy invading the territory of anthropology, for
    • of the labyrinth of facts into the light. Anthropology cannot find
    • If we would find an answer to the question as to whether
    • penetrate the spiritual world. There we find an eleventh, a twelfth
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    • In the animal kingdom we find that everything of the
    • physical matter. A certain hardening is the consequence. We even find
    • the exact opposite of the word Eva. Here we also find the reason for
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • had to be pushed back. Now we find the astral body to be endowed with
    • noun, Empfindung, though the adjective empflindlich is
    • activity is engendered, and at the end of the scale we find the most
    • come about? We can give but brief intimations, but such as we find
    • because it is there that the appropriate human forces find
    • what he finds in his own environment. The spiritual investigator is
    • between the other two, we find that from this vantage point we can
    • group ego of animals can find no organ in them, because the main
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    • in the front of the physical body. What we find, then, is that a part
    • forms of germinal life show shapes he never bore. Thus we can find
    • science, finds no shelter in theosophy, which is therefore able to
    • the lack of symmetry on the earth. In the northern hemisphere we find
    • different from what we find in mere intelligent thinking, for
    • In such considerations we find the means for comprehending all cultural
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    • estimating it; we find something beyond what has thus far been
    • It now remains to find something through which the
    • hate the question is. Whence? We will always find one impulse in soul
    • books on physiology you can find the statement that the raising of a
    • we find that our inner experiences really consist, as a rule, of what
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • in yesterday's recitation, and see what else we can deduce. We find
    • fathom. We must observe a number of matters if we would find the key
    • health or sickness. All of us, in fact, can find in this detail a
    • up-to-date concepts. Thus we find that it is precisely the old
    • life, you will find that your ego plays a minor role in the process.
    • complicated are prone to boredom. We find, then, a difference even
    • will find that in referring to all that is in space speech permits
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    • To find the imprint of thy lofty mind.
    • Lest even the nobler sort should find their barking folly
    • the soul life we find it filled out up to its boundaries principally
    • desires, and we find this flood surging right up to the portals of
    • the soul lets its own inner being surge there, you find it to be the
    • Now, what do we find a sense sensation to consist of? A modification
    • sensation, [TRANSLATOR'S NOTE: Empfindung,
    • German text as well (innere Empfindung).]
    • should find these two currents striving for decisions and
    • satisfaction. By studying his life of feeling we find the origins of
    • Similarly, we could always find a curious interplay of
    • remain feelings in which you don't find these two elements, seek
    • further till you do find them. Taking reasoning capacity as one side
    • of the soul life, we find that it ends with the visualization, but
    • directions, we find the origin of desire again to lie primarily
    • off. What do we find at the end of desire, there where the soul life
    • achieves satisfaction within itself? We find feeling. So when desire
    • reaching far into the past. Within ourselves as well we find the
    • can have desires that remain with us, and in the soul as well we find
    • connection with other objects as well, but then we find complete
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    • We find three points of interest in the poems recited.
    • the manifold nature of the soul life. In Hegel we find a thought
    • experiences you would find nothing in the inner region of the soul.
    • conscious soul life, you will find there something that acts out of
    • He will find it difficult to endow abstract concepts with sufficient
    • infinite realm of psychosophy, but you will find the answers to many
    • surprised himself to find the results of his research so beautifully
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • history why scientists admit only body and soul we find but one
    • evolved. When we find, among many other matters, a discussion of the
    • they in no way affect the outer world. Within the soul we find only
    • from the soul to the spirit. On the other hand, we shall find that
    • Passing on to something else, we find exactly what
    • death, other than that the spirit finds itself in a rather
    • existence and let us say it finds the physical life of man imperfect.
    • out of account. We shall find the common root of these two cases in
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • must we nowadays face the materialistic world conception, but we find
    • indeed, find there a standpoint concerned with pneumatosophy, or the
    • If we examine this world of truth seriously, we find
    • Naturally, a philosopher like Hegel, for instance, would find plenty
    • recognize the absolutely independent world of truth will find in this
    • Yet that is what we find in Aristotle.
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    • Now, in order to find the right transition from science
    • within your soul, because in the whole realm of the soul you can find
    • we find that our soul expands in a healthy way and attains to heights
    • shrewd psychologist, Brentano, finds only emotions within the soul,
    • consciousness to find something that is a higher event. It is the
    • conscience, we find it at this transition. The soul is really open
    • each other. (You can find this dream cited by a certain materialistic
    • reality, he finds that before he can arrive at spiritual reality he
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • realize that, while this incarnation in which you find yourself is
    • learn to know the world. We find that in view of all that surrounds
    • We really find out what this ego has been by placing our
    • yourself as a sweet being. You will be able to find a bitter
    • nature, and how little opportunity he has to find peace and inner
    • occasion to realize how incapable they are of finding the inner calm
    • laws of nature gives assurance that in it, man must find the
    • Thus we find a deep connection between all that is
    • am” in the whole inner life of man; also of what you can find
    • goal of God's ways, but not that of man. They did not find it in the
    • will follow up these suggestions, you will find plenty of material
    • mentioned. Everyone proceeding with an independent spirit will find
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    • do we find evidence of any clear ideas of this Festival, and even when
    • of years before the Christian era we find that a Festival was
    • still find themselves involved in strife and dispute, in wild
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    • So finde im Niedergang
    • Find the Creation's new beginning,
    • as yet, to the spiritual world. We find these ‘Ravens’ again and
    • between the two worlds, bringing tidings. We find them too, in our
    • Paradise, Seth finds the Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge firmly
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    • withdraws into the darkness but can find within itself the inner,
    • find the thought which in rather different words has been expressed in
    • find within ourselves the strength to conquer all that is lower, the
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    • striven to find an answer to the question: Who is the Christ?
    • on the one hand we find lighting up in the Gnosis a sublime conception
    • There, instead of Nertus, we find Friggo, a god who, according to the
    • find it again in the descriptions given in the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • And this shall be a sign unto you: Ye shall find the babe wrapped in
    • speak of them at greater length you would find that there are deep
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    • You will generally find it stated in books today that nobody knows
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    • celebrated, the Festival of the re-finding of Osiris. As you know,
    • finds him. This re-finding of Osiris, the Son of God, is represented
    • points to the connection with the re-finding of Osiris.
    • the Northern regions we find something similar, in that the
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    • this Christmas Festival was celebrated through the centuries, we find
    • manger. And it is really wonderful to find how strongly this power of
    • because this insight had been lost, we find the most modern school of
    • again to the principle of blood. But they must find the way to the
    • Find the Creation's new beginning,
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    • Within us we find some thing with which Christ is united if with
    • "In your historical series I find a
    • How shall it find its way?
    • spheres and the higher we ascend the more do we find that the older
    • How shall it find its way?
    • find Christ everywhere within this new earth.
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    • if we take great periods of time, we find that all the sentiments and
    • born in the fifth century. You will find no mention of conscience
    • previous to this. Even in Æschylos you will not as yet find
    • humanity progresses, we find going on above man, as it were, a
    • to find the eight-fold path.
    • minds. If you summarise what I have said, you will find that I have
    • Teachers to find a suitable soil on which to work in the future. He
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • in the external world. If we wish to find a comparison for this great
    • present and future in this way, we shall be able to find it confirmed
    • little more carefully than usual, if they wish to find confirmation of
    • observe. Anyone who observes more profoundly will, however, find
    • influence of such an event in a man's life, and they would find
    • time, we can find the connection between cause and effect.
    • make use of our knowledge when such a case occurs. If we find that we
    • lives when it is possible so to do, we should find the finest
    • find that loving, bounteous goodness in the latter part of a man's
    • distort the sequence — without finding that it was expressed in
    • things of life. In ordinary life we find a karmic connection which we
    • all that leads us to find them can in reality give us the true
    • and shall frequently find that the events of later life are connected
    • without cessation. We must find time to study all the phenomena of
    • One morning, however, you find that your watering-pot is spoilt or
    • wishing to water your garden, would make extra efforts to find the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • likeness to God, the possibility of finding the good within ourselves,
    • the danger of error find place in the development of man; and since
    • raise you, ye shall find the Kingdoms of Heaven within you!
    • them to find inner comfort, the inner paraclete, the inner
    • plane show man how to find the way back to the Kingdoms of Heaven.
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    • we trace back the ancestry of Jesus, we must find one ancestor who
    • a state of ecstasy, for they would be able to find their relation to
    • had become different at the time when man was to find the way into the
    • in that state — severed from his ego — he could find balm
    • seek within themselves the power to find the Paraclete in their inner
    • developing the power of the ego whereby they can find within
    • develop the strength it can find within itself: the inner support of
    • themselves a force which will enable them to find help for the
    • will find in his inner being the strength which will enable him to
    • and thirst after righteousness. Those who are able to find their human
    • learn to hunger and thirst after righteousness; for they will find a
    • for the righteousness of the world, they shall find within themselves
    • believe themselves to be true Christians because they try to find
    • 1930, single individuals will find it possible to develop higher
    • methods of clairvoyant vision into the Spiritual world will find what,
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    • When we go back beyond the founding of Christianity, we find two
    • find ourselves confronted by opposites, by two parts of a duality. The
    • the ages preceding that of Lemuria we should only find unity of sex.
    • Spiritual Science, with the human forms of early ages, we find among
    • find a polarity in the universe corresponding to that between man and
    • develop a dense material form. When we look back not only do we find
    • Spiritual Science will not find an easy acceptance amongst the men who
    • to work on you and then reflect over them, you will find immense
    • Can we find a correspondence in the Cosmos to the polarity between
    • polarity that we find in human life between the male and the female,
    • we can find in the Cosmos between the natures of Moon and Comets.
    • neglect to cultivate the new faculties by which it may find the way to
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    • mighty genius of the old Greek dramatist work upon us, we do not find
    • by his wrong-doing. In olden times we find that when an evil deed was
    • corresponding to what we to-day call conscience: you will not find
    • Christ-Impulse could find so unhindered an entrance into Europe and
    • vehicle for the Christ. If Christ was to find a body fit for Him to
    • civilisation. In Asia and Africa we find people who know much
    • is weak. In Europe we find people who have received less culture
    • through revelations from without; but on the other hand we find there
    • the type of man who looks to himself, who finds the strongest support
    • — and in Europe we find the people best prepared to understand
    • parts of the earth, so that each epoch of development should find what
    • on his own ground as an individual person. In Greece we still find the
    • cross the Adriatic and come to Rome we find the Roman citizen standing
    • more and more a Westerner he must learn to find entrance into the
    • urge. You will only find it developed in this way in the West.
    • and from thence towards Rome, where indeed we find it very strongly
    • only find the first sporadic hints of it in Euripides, we find the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • find another stream of like nature in that which came to the old
    • learn from us, those who come after us, must learn to find
    • to understand the development of mankind must find the answer to that
    • way in which the world must find the road to Him. It is of no
    • might learn that it is possible to find the way into the spiritual
    • you will find the Christ, even though you know nothing historically of
    • find again in them what we found in the spiritual worlds independently
    • say that in the religions of Asia Minor we find Adonis or Tammuz
    • undergoing suffering and death and rising again, and that we find the
    • St. Paul. In all Eastern religions, even in Buddhism, you find the
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    • relationship between the visionary world that one can find through
    • between death and rebirth, we find, that is, setting aside the period
    • that we may have had with him in the past. We can therefore find
    • more, we find that we can only bring as much affection as we had for
    • the period between death and rebirth, and one finds that during the
    • teachings we do not find any detailed description of the world of the
    • not possible in former times. Among human beings at large we find
    • will find that a secure standpoint is only reached when the human ego
    • man looks inward, into himself, and only there, when he finds the
    • that a man only finds a measure of inner peace if he discovers the
    • seeks to find the divine spark ever more in himself. We have seen
    • and Brahman religions will find that it is no more contrary to their
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    • Gradually the soul finds it more and more difficult to retain the
    • will find the realm that the soul experiences on its backward journey
    • Then the later embryonic conditions find their mirror-image in the
    • existence find their reflection in a later phase before conception.
    • phase in the one direction I find a mirror-image in the other. The
    • died before us and whom we completely forget, finds it difficult to
    • passed on can reach us most easily if they can find thoughts and
    • aspect, one will find that in each incarnation one has to learn as a
    • I was most surprised to find in ancient traditions not exactly a
    • Now strangely enough, in the second part of Faust we find the
    • find that a tradition prevailed in humanity that expresses the idea
    • clairvoyance, as is continually stressed in our occultism. We find
    • not take this view. In great poets we find again and again echoes of
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    • you will find that the feeling of “I” is intensified
    • dives down in the morning and finds its own inner life playing around
    • clairvoyance, yet we would never find them there. If it depended
    • findings of this recent research.
    • spirit and invariably finds the bridges and connections with the
    • These findings of occult investigation throw remarkable light on an
    • different religions — you will find that these religions were
    • find out the truth! Those who make no real distinction between the
    • to the findings of modern spiritual-scientific research concerning
    • midst of them.” Those who work together in this spirit find the
    • them to find the path through the Sun sphere after death and makes it
    • because it is able to find human beings into whose souls it is
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    • spiritual science. We shall find that the calmer we are, the more
    • find along the wayside gladdens us. This would not happen on the
    • an instance where we find the spiritual world mirrored in the works
    • In Florence we find the Medici Chapel where Michelangelo created two
    • for you will find it mentioned everywhere that of the two Medici
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    • still find satisfaction only among these communities. But the soul is
    • the several religions, finding and giving understanding in them.
    • possible for souls on the earth to find the way to universal
    • Golgotha. Then we can find a relation to every being who draws near
    • on the earth from the Mystery of Golgotha. In order that we may find
    • the later birth, one finds that it coincides to a high degree with
    • are reduced to inactivity, then we should find this in the so-called
    • find excellence everywhere, but no harm is done for actually one can
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    • kamaloca and they may find one another. Occult investigation shows
    • man finds all those who are with him in kamaloca. Space and time
    • after death in the kamaloca period, a man finds himself in the
    • might lead us rightly into the future, so that we may find ourselves
    • So we find hardly anyone who has lived in the environment of an
    • precisely among the opponents of anthroposophy that one finds after
    • by the mere nature of the relationship he would find some limited
    • birth we find that essentially three forces — of thinking, of
    • find that, although a consciousness develops, slowly it will become
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    • consider thinking we shall find that in our thinking activity we have
    • sphere, he will find all his earthly emotions and passions inscribed
    • find those people who die[d] at the same time, shortly before or after
    • spiritual world that he is unable to find the loved ones with whom he
    • he will find above all the people with whom he had a close inner
    • urges and passions, will not easily find in the Moon sphere the
    • nevertheless not find himself completely alone, but will find other
    • generally not possible to find human beings apart from those with
    • them on earth. Whether or not we find ourselves with them depends on
    • subconscious, he might well find a concealed sympathy for what in his
    • find all those of a like inclination towards the divine spiritual.
    • sphere. People do not find it easy to throw bridges from one
    • One finds, for instance, that many who belong to the Hindu religion
    • In Florence we find the tombs of Lorenzo and Giuliano de Medici by
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    • substrata love can express itself as hate. One does find such cases
    • to find spiritual beings beyond the threshold who could teach them.
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    • able to look into the spiritual worlds to find this soul and a
    • awoke in the spiritual world after death, I was unable to find my
    • night is as if extinguished. I am unable to find my loved ones
    • to find each other because they shared a common spiritual language.
    • of our contemporaries do not find them to their liking, but it is the
    • after death who are unable to find the ones they have left behind
    • our individual capabilities. The seer finds, for instance, that there
    • In many people we find a propensity that in everyday life we denote
    • spite of the first? One all too readily imagines that the findings of
    • lacked conscience on earth, one finds that they were forced to become
    • spiritual life will find themselves on their own individual islands,
    • not be isolated after death, but will find the possibility of
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    • seer seeks to find him some time after he has passed through the gate
    • seek a path to my life-long companion but I cannot find her. I cannot
    • Now if one investigates the basis of such facts one finds the
    • If we go back in the evolution of mankind, we find that souls
    • even more lonely, will be unable to find a bridge to one another,
    • insight into such a situation, where the one who has died cannot find
    • and on occasion earlier, we find that the language of the spirit is
    • for the development of the soul after death. Some find it almost
    • find that Ahriman has a considerable number of recruits. Love of ease
    • a forest in the spring, one will find that one is not far removed,
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    • beyond remains dim and dark for us, and we are unable to find the
    • darkness between death and rebirth? Where do we find it? Between
    • with deliberate dullness in one incarnation will find that Lucifer
    • Human beings on earth could no longer find access to him. Only those
    • person whom he genuinely loved than the seer who, though able to find
    • communities such as the anthroposophical one because here we find to
    • There are many such instances in life. We often find that had
    • the stirrings in his soul life. There he will frequently find the
    • You may say, “Well, that may be so for the seer. He can find
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    • that such a person will never find an upward path again but that is
    • person during his next life we find that he bears the characteristics
    • period in which we find a multitude of people who in a previous
    • interest in their surroundings. Then we find a third incarnation that
    • religious, egoistic element. We find such souls today. There have
    • find the correct path between death and rebirth. The gifts of the
    • we find two incarnations as described earlier. This can also shed
    • The opposite situation should also be considered. We find souls who
    • back the lives of such souls and find the causes for their condition
    • or because of illness, we find that such souls are still endowed
    • number of human beings in our time are as yet unable to find a deep
    • finding fault is based on a lack of insight that does not enable us
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    • investigation finds that the painting was never as Leonardo da Vinci
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    • that when he looked down on the earth he was unable to find the souls
    • to what I have experienced but I cannot find my wife.”
    • would find that the souls of men were able to look down from the
    • see her, cannot find her.”
    • Under what conditions would he have been able to find her? At the
    • knowing that the person is there but he is unable to find him. As
    • who have spiritual thoughts and feelings on earth find it difficult
    • who cannot find a soul in whom spiritual feelings dwell experiences
    • one finds his way to spiritual science out of a deep, heartfelt
    • unable to find his way both to other human beings and to the higher
    • preparation. We do not find the place empty if we understand the
    • preserved their old folk religion, we would still today find a Wotan
    • find a relationship to Christ, and the initiate must also find it.
    • relationship to Him on earth. We find His place empty during the Sun
    • then the throne in the Sun is not empty. Then we find the Christ
    • should find the Christ in the spiritual world at this stage and
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    • theosophical writings one often finds the remark that man's
    • particular relationships obtain. We still find individual
    • we find that what weaves between separate beings no longer continues.
    • investigated with super-sensible perception, one finds the departed
    • fact lonely while the moral individuals find a rapport with other of
    • find people of like religious confessions grouped together.
    • brain to its general structure. Such an individuality did not find
    • Today we find there a mathematical formula. Originally there was a
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    • death we all find ourselves within the same cosmic space. After death
    • removed. We experience this as an inner force that leads us to find
    • experience. He finds a soul with whom he is acquainted and who has
    • died, but I also cannot find that one.” That is the voice of
    • On the other hand, when an initiate finds souls who have left others
    • such as spiritual science, then he finds the dead can perceive the
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    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation of thought to the Cosmos, to the Universe, we shall find
    • which he possesses in his thought, he can find an intimate relation
    • My intention in this book was to bring out this finding of Spiritual
    • ‘triangle-in-general’. I find it far from clear.”
    • therefore in this realm we find separate, strictly self-contained
    • they would find their way to mental pictures which are in continual
    • will find that you can understand these concepts “primal plant”
    • things in this book, and plenty of dreadful ones. Thus one can find
    • were growing.” But such is the logic one finds in a man who
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    • a great many. We find that one philosopher is after this and another
    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • quite sure that he will find the right answer himself. For no one
    • For example, we find among them physicists and chemists who have
    • upholds a certain view with many good reasons (one can find good
    • on, but it is impossible to find in the expression “number”
    • said in the last lecture, that in order to find the general concept
    • find the way to the Sprit, and to give them any proof of the Spirit
    • are trying to do this. They find ideas at work in the world, and this
    • Critique of Language, where you find a detailed argument to
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    • find that they are: Materialism, Sensationalism, Phenomenalism,
    • find that people who call themselves good Theosophists may go through
    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
    • what we find externally in the world as the relations between the
    • the innermost connections correspond — you will find something
    • investigations. The connections are not difficult to find when the
    • Science. Even if what you will find in the book,
    • only one constellation, by one mood. We find this particularly in
    • person clings to all that is external in order to find his God, when
    • world-outlooks we can reckon only with what as men we can find in
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    • of world-outlook-moods and so on, which can find place in the human
    • natural predispositions we find the special forces through which he
    • The soul is not able to develop, because it cannot find anything to
    • his early works, you will find that the placing of Mysticism makes it
    • soul of Nietzsche moves on; a second epoch begins. Here we find
    • The uncompromising materialist of our day finds it suits his purpose
    • Thus we find the connection between human and cosmic thoughts. Human
    • much as it enlarges our all-round knowledge. Thus we can find the
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    • In truth, thought is most completely our possession. If we can find
    • the relation of thought to the Cosmos, to the Universe, we shall find
    • which he possesses in his thought, he can find an intimate relation
    • My intention in this book was to bring out this finding of Spiritual
    • ‘triangle-in-general’. I find it far from clear.”
    • therefore in this realm we find separate, strictly self-contained
    • they would find their way to mental pictures which are in continual
    • will find that you can understand these concepts “primal plant”
    • things in this book, and plenty of dreadful ones. Thus one can find
    • were growing.” But such is the logic one finds in a man who
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    • a great many. We find that one philosopher is after this and another
    • these findings, he does not ponder over them, but he is quite pleased
    • quite sure that he will find the right answer himself. For no one
    • For example, we find among them physicists and chemists who have
    • upholds a certain view with many good reasons (one can find good
    • on, but it is impossible to find in the expression “number”
    • said in the last lecture, that in order to find the general concept
    • find the way to the Sprit, and to give them any proof of the Spirit
    • are trying to do this. They find ideas at work in the world, and this
    • Critique of Language, where you find a detailed argument to
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    • find that they are: Materialism, Sensationalism, Phenomenalism,
    • find that people who call themselves good Theosophists may go through
    • Whence came the peculiar teaching that you find in Hamerling's
    • find expression. We should be Transcendentalists if we said: “The
    • what we find externally in the world as the relations between the
    • the innermost connections correspond — you will find something
    • investigations. The connections are not difficult to find when the
    • Science. Even if what you will find in the book,
    • only one constellation, by one mood. We find this particularly in
    • person clings to all that is external in order to find his God, when
    • world-outlooks we can reckon only with what as men we can find in
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    • of world-outlook-moods and so on, which can find place in the human
    • natural predispositions we find the special forces through which he
    • The soul is not able to develop, because it cannot find anything to
    • his early works, you will find that the placing of Mysticism makes it
    • soul of Nietzsche moves on; a second epoch begins. Here we find
    • The uncompromising materialist of our day finds it suits his purpose
    • Thus we find the connection between human and cosmic thoughts. Human
    • much as it enlarges our all-round knowledge. Thus we can find the
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    • the meaning and significance of life, he finds before life's door a
    • find its meaning, people have above all tried to recognize the role
    • But now we find
    • which we find in one of the earliest Greek tragedians, Aeschylos,
    • public can find but little connection with it. You need only think
    • climax and finds relief in the end of the physical body. Then there
    • into human life we shall find phenomena which show us the
    • observe a living substance and you will find that it continually
    • attain the state of the child of God. — You find that in the
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    • and pain, joy and sorrow. We then find how life evolves, something
    • back to its original one, we see that we often find a very profound
    • with the question of death, which for thousands of years we may find
    • we find that, after one or two new generations, a man no longer
    • new again to come to the fore. — In any case you will find no
    • being up to his seventh year we find that he contains a great deal of
    • study the matter closely you will find, without being clairvoyant,
    • shall find illness and death comprehensible. These concepts will be
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    • they will find a way to work in the world; but if nothing is ever done
    • this linking of cause and effect takes place. For you will still find
    • find the same being to react upon, or at any rate that being, in a
    • Can we find anything of the sort in individual lives, and when can we
    • find what we have just presented in our explanation of the idea of
    • karma? We should find something of the sort if, for example, we
    • impact of the elastic balls will probably find that the business
    • to find, if the case is not complicated, that the explanation of the
    • we must find the real factors from which we can establish a law.
    • look further back into his life. When he was twenty we find that he
    • find him an industrious and excellent man.
    • carefully — not simply in a superficial way — may find
    • against him, that will be a help to him. He will more easily find ways
    • shall always find such causes by searching along the lines just
    • pointed out. We shall find in his individual and personal karma the
    • shall find much that is personal in the karma of those in question,
    • but we shall also find that their personal karma is linked with the
    • the mineral kingdom finds its fulfilment in later periods of what
    • find in the general principles described in my book,
    • find it composed of heavenly bodies which regularly carry out
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    • find included what are, to mankind, the most important and profound
    • we find a very sympathetic treatment of animals, a treatment and a
    • You will find it among other peoples too, especially where a nation
    • heirlooms in one place or another, you will find a kind of friendship,
    • reincarnations; then we shall find that the recoil of a cause which we
    • such as takes place with man. In the animal kingdom we find nothing
    • time, when one is inclined to consider all one finds in the world
    • external senses and by his speculative thought. We find a phenomenon
    • observe the animal kingdom you will find that the animals bring with
    • in the primeval past we shall find that the forces which are at the
    • evolution, we should find that there was absolutely no difference
    • order to find others later and we should not have been able to find
    • ourselves might find the possibility of rising higher. In order to
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    • this field we find the grossest superstition in bygone times!’
    • tear a leg from a dog or some such animal, we find that the etheric
    • human kingdom also — we find that the healing forces of the
    • power of the etheric body of this animal. In man we find that not only
    • impression which produces a conscious idea, finds a kind of resistance
    • profoundly. Now in the external life one can often find proof that
    • great impression. Now if we investigate, we shall perhaps find that
    • a permanent depression of spirits. Now we shall find that those events
    • observation you are able to find, even in the life between birth and
    • In the lower animals we find an etheric body but such healing powers
    • find in the same life the causes of much that manifests itself as
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    • to find how greatly these have changed.
    • We find a time at the turning point between the Middle Ages and modern
    • strives, will find no limitations, and he will he led to the
    • in mind what has just been said, we shall find it much easier to
    • Ahriman cannot penetrate deeper, but finds a hindrance in his
    • principles would be discovered by which to find a suitable remedy for
    • necessary for us to find a point of view from which the incurability
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    • connections of life. For they had now to find an answer to the
    • understand such a course. It has always been said that man's Ego finds
    • will find all its efforts ending in annihilation. Naturally these
    • examine them, we shall find them comprehensible.
    • become chronic that we find ourselves in a vicious circle. We should
    • find a way out of the difficulty if in such a case we could isolate
    • case. We find that this case of measles appeared as the karmic effect
    • from this standpoint, we should invariably find that external
    • An experienced person looking on the world will find it easy to
    • find out by experiment how these oscillations coincided with the
    • different lines. Let us try to find a meaning in human evolution, and
    • rationally, we shall not find it difficult to discover Maya in our own
    • purely egotistical motives, we frequently find ourselves clothing
    • almost the whole compass of our literature we find very little of
    • of many an illness, we shall find it necessary to approach phenomena
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    • above illusion, we find that much of what we at first believe to have
    • before his birth, we shall find that the musical ear for which he had
    • normal life, namely, sleeping and waking, and we shall then find
    • dream as it is to-day, we shall find in its manifold images much that
    • today, we should find that we could not at that time see external
    • principles of his being which we find in a normal waking state. As
    • consciousness finds that an external injury is necessary, so that the
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    • so that they find expression in our egotistical greeds and passions,
    • world, we always find those deceptive images which Ahriman conjures
    • make things so comfortable, and in consequence finds his task a
    • the organ is taken from us so that we may find our way back into the
    • become too greatly entangled in Maya or illusion and may find our way
    • the Earth life. We shall find that much that comes from outside finds
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    • the conflict of these two principles. When we find ourselves caught in
    • clairvoyance we shall always find that it diminishes, or even ceases
    • altogether if the person in question finds the opportunity and has the
    • who has a wrong perception of the super-sensible always finds that the
    • challenge the delusive ideas and the victim will try and find even
    • why we shall always find that however much wisdom concerning the
    • extent that they get a hold upon his entire being, we may find that in
    • has become tranquil. These things will find their way into the
    • which in spite of all means at our disposal we can find no causes in
    • If we understand this, we shall also understand that we may find new
    • What happened in that case? If we go back to the previous life we find
    • We can go still further and find certain karmic causes in the general
    • If we consider the post-Atlantean evolution, we find the Graeco-Latin
    • year 747 B.C. we shall find that it constitutes a sort of
    • may go back to an epoch of the Egyptian evolution, and there we find
    • two identical cases. If we study human life, however, we shall find
    • find a thread by which this connection will become clear. We must
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    • who cannot find satisfaction through impressions with which the
    • anthroposophy are those who fail to find satisfaction from external
    • she will find herself simply because she is a woman, and which will
    • emotional. For this reason we find that psychic experiences come to
    • meanwhile, we may perhaps find that the one has been standing there
    • experiences, it would be equally foolish when we find two cells of the
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    • need not go very far into that, for you may find in all the ordinary
    • hypothesis’ of the nineteenth century. Therein one sought to find
    • find also that his outer bodily part is woven out of light, and his
    • find the means, in the case of a man who has the luciferic element in
    • Thus we find in quite an objective way, what may be applied to the
    • kingdom You will always find in those forms of illness closer
    • has condensed into external material existence, the more we shall find
    • You will find much proof of these things collected in the book by our
    • of one aspect of our age. You will find very aptly described in this
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    • we shall always find that our momentary human inner and outer fate may
    • individual? We should find it impossible so to do. For could we
    • evolution. We must, therefore, find quite comprehensible what
    • We find this continuous stream of civilisation in which we see wave
    • Lucifer finds its counterpart in Ahriman. We see Lucifer and all his
    • pendulum again to the other side, and always they find their work
    • influences of Lucifer and Ahriman and you will find that by far the
    • will not recognise it; they will not find in it any relation to what
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    • these last few days, you will find that they lead into what we will
    • You'll find me in bright fields of light ...
    • And you will find me in cold fields of ice ...
    • You'll find me in bright fields of light
    • special circumstances, the soul forces that find their
    • the soul gradually prepare itself. You will find this, carefully
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    • disposition finds its satisfaction in loving someone else.
    • penetrated simply by luciferic points of view. Lucifer finds the best
    • this seriously: what finds expression in the sense world as loathsome
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    • the conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • essential faculty for finding and feeling oneself in the elemental
    • seems, where you don't find thoughts that are like those in the
    • if I may express it rather oddly — we will not find the
    • have to will the feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means
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    • world, the soul finds the happenings and beings totally different.
    • Devachan or the Spirit-land, as I called it. You will find that the
    • that world. Suppose you open a book. At the top of the page you find
    • which not only has to find its way to the stage for the Mystery Drama
    • moment when this occurs, he will find that, externally, in the
    • shadow-pictures, shadows of thoughts, whose real substance we find in
    • itself Cosmic Word — begins to find itself at home, so that,
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    • his own intelligence, which seemed to find these ideas necessary to
    • find the wisdom of measure and number. More and more complicated
    • Lucifer will always find a hook with which he can snatch a human
    • history, the more you find languages like this, which resemble the
    • The element of speech, the Word, finds itself therefore
    • developed, you will find that language has already lost what grows
    • middle condition cannot be a mere flowing onward, but we must find
    • to learn who wants to find his way into spiritual science; then he
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    • sculpture we must find our way into the form element, which is
    • On the other hand, we find that music and poetry are two
    • so that we can find music with more of Ahriman than of Lucifer.
    • this plane even if we don't find music luciferic and architecture
    • the physical plane. We can gradually find our way in this world where
    • order to find ourselves as living thought-beings among other living
    • What do we find in those spirit regions? No longer do we
    • find for our own use what we find down in the physical or even in the
    • so-called human self of the physical and elemental worlds, we find
    • consciousness can not know it. Like another being we will find our
    • other self; this second self we find in the spiritual world.
    • know only what you remember. In exactly this situation you find
    • now it finds itself belonging as a third entity to two others. The
    • In this process in the spiritual world we find ourselves
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    • Johannes Thomasius. Looking back to the Portal, we find him,
    • their own benefit; we do not always find them ready to become, the
    • are both inwardly experienced. Lucifer finds entry here; he can take
    • we don't find them, we should look for them. The fact that Johannes
    • to find the spiritual world peopled by shadowy beings created by
    • Lucifer from parts of unresolved Karma. We can find many such
    • “You are now indeed in the spiritual world. You can find your
    • cannot find your ultimate true being in this world. In spite of
    • ascending into spiritual realms, you cannot yet find the being whose
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    • reprint of works that have never been easy to find. But now there is an
    • the entanglement and find a way out of it. Everywhere in our cultural
    • happenings we find luciferic and ahrimanic threads interwoven in a
    • won't find much meaning in the phrase: it is oneself. Of course, we
    • can find in this regard! One meets people who continually emphasize
    • for themselves. In trying to understand such souls, we often find
    • can also find people who out of their upper consciousness, let's say,
    • self that one must find in the spirit world, what one must find in
    • person comes into those worlds and finds himself in a region of
    • preparation for the soul that wants to find its way clairvoyantly
    • world of ours, you will not find these words completely unimportant.
    • we find that the soul has a quite definite impulse. In the physical
    • spiritual development of humanity, as it must do. It will find its
    • way and find its home, so that we discern our anthroposophy like a
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    • waking life; one sees that that which finds its expression in
    • either in the form of diet or medicine and then we shall find the
    • various points of view, we find one fundamental difference. We find
    • existence. We then find that the ancients were already in possession
    • the time of Moses in the Group-Soul of the people, we find Elijah
    • look at the reproductions, will find the distinction. Look at the
    • soon be able to say “I find forces at work which were already
    • life in a sensible way, and then, as is soon discovered, we find our
    • finds them so much spoiled that he can hardly be said to see the
    • of aphorisms. When we approach him we find much that is significant
    • study his writings, we find that he describes the future of
    • how guileless these people are! In the same pamphlet one finds the
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    • Thus, when we find ourselves on the spiritual path, we enter a realm where
    • the world without, where we find numberless possibilities for
    • beings must be able to find nourishment. If they are to be nourished,
    • find them within other beings which are more highly organised; beings
    • closer observation we find something very peculiar in a person who
    • place we find when we encounter a person who does not want to develop
    • make worse discoveries. We find that such men who wish to remain at
    • Inspiration, we find that all their statements are alike. Then there
    • corresponds to what we find in the outer world. There the few
    • finds expression, is none the less present. The person whose mental
    • world around him, so that life-giving germs may arise that find
    • which finds expression in “names.”
    • know that we take part in it, we find our right place in life, grasp
    • finds within itself the stage where gods are accomplishing their
    • gods work, how the meaning of the world finds expression in the soul
    • thoughts find entrance to a soul, the other pole is stimulated and
    • find the true cause for remaining so in the fact that with all the
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    • find his way through the various influences that are at work. Only
    • when he does find his way and is thus in a position to know how to act
    • find far more to interest him than he will in the first chapter.
    • by side, we can hardly find among the factors of recent evolution (I
    • find everywhere behind these divine names the most concrete events of
    • world history find their explanation in opposites.
    • We also find how alone the Roman feels, a quality of his soul that is
    • Thus, we find how Rome was fructified by Greece a second time. During
    • But during the Renaissance it is always for good reasons that we find
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    • find that you can get a true insight into it when you see it from this
    • “primal phenomenon” (Urphänomen). You will find that
    • typical intellectual perception. You will find it described in detail
    • order to find the imaginations for outer activity and outer knowledge.
    • long before it happens, we shall then not be surprised to find
    • life was extended to America, we find the other forces, the ahrimanic
    • We find, therefore, many forces working together when we set out to
    • a man like Machiavelli. You will find in him the symbol for the
    • So we can follow the several streams in history. We shall find normal
    • streams, and we shall also find currents that flow from earlier times
    • East of Europe, however, in all the culture of the East, we find an
    • You can hardly find a more telling description of what I mean than in
    • Sand, you will find a fine description of his soul life. I would like
    • that he feels like crying out when they find expression in him.
    • inclined to receive this slow stream of knowledge. He does not find it
    • life comprising knowledge and cognition, we shall be able to find in
    • and feeling. I think you will find them underlying all I have been
    • artists. You will find that the representation of the life of Jesus
    • Contrarily, you will find a resistance to this far reaching power of
    • Similarly, you would find that in the times when painting and
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    • should find satisfaction in truth since even regarding the most
    • be easy to find concepts in the present fund of ideas to explain what
    • disposal, one finds that the being to whom the ancient Mexicans
    • whom a virgin birth was ascribed, and one finds from one's research
    • virgin, as I have said. When one investigates it occultly, one finds
    • We ought straightway to take it for granted that we find ourselves
    • being. We find the inner through the outer, the outer through the
    • examine the Society, we find that, in looking back over the twice
    • awaken within the souls of those who find themselves in our Society
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    • evolution, we find that the further we go the more possible it was for
    • wished to find the spirit, and this materialistic knowledge of the
    • longer find strength to penetrate into the spiritual world. As a
    • and you will find that by far the greatest part of what has happened
    • while we are alive. That is what one might have expected to find by
    • but to what is dead, to what one finds as dead in the spiritual world.
    • find that the world needs a wisdom that, along with being wisdom, also
    • hate in which modern civilization finds itself. It was written by a
    • not take it lightly that a wise man of today can find no way out for
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    • Western Hemisphere we find this remarkable fact. He lived at the time
    • post-Atlantean epoch, especially in the culture of the West, you find
    • therefore find satisfaction, from the East comes abhorrence of sin, as
    • sin and evil. But we find everywhere contemplation about knowledge
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    • If we wish to find a spirit who has brought to expression in the most
    • find one precisely in all that would work and live in the powerful
    • himself with him. Now, Grimm finds his way into this American-Emerson
    • time to find it, but in the new age spiritual science is already
    • finds its comfort, its elevation, its salvation in the Rose symbol of
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    • seek its external historical origin. Well, we shall find that Henry
    • Fichte, and with justice. It is, after all, mankind's ideals that find
    • inclined. He can find his salvation, and many have, even within a
    • who give Europe a certain configuration, we find in all of them a
    • does one find the right connection.
    • sun's path, finding the traces of the sun by ascending; the other
    • and find in the ether the sun's content that has remained behind. In
    • relationship with the heavens because it had the task of finding the
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    • referring became authoritative, we find in the regions of civilized
    • Africa, South Europe, etc. One thing, however, we do not find in the
    • Science we find that those who brought in a new population-element
    • preserved into a much later epoch. Thus we find humanity in the later
    • economics. In Greece we find the division into masters and slaves. The
    • connection. We pursue today an abstract science. We find no longer a
    • “noblemen”, “aristocrats”. We try in vain to find
    • appear so that what He had to give to the world could find a foothold?
    • Church we find there is still something of this Christianity.
    • Rights, and which passed through Rome. In it we find the origin of our
    • Here we find established the ideas of debt, of default, which are
    • saturated with legalities. Everything which finds expression in life
    • legalism, which finds its culmination in the “Last
    • has developed in the regions of Western Europe, we find it completely
    • find it so plainly orientated to the East as that Indian Theosophy is
    • of which I have just spoken. But we do find that that which has
    • nor saturated with legalities from Rome, we do often find this
    • find theories built up scientifically, but devoid of Spirit, alien to
    • We find also a certain revolt against the Roman system of Rights, a
    • caste system still prevails, we find something of the meaning of that
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    • cultivated as those which we find in the leading personalities during
    • Harnack, they would find an answer to this question. If the name of
    • representatives of the creeds, that we no longer find in the events of
    • that if a man of that time turned to Michael, he could find through
    • Today it is Christ Jesus whom we must strive to find through Michael,
    • Mystery of Golgotha, we find, early in the course of Oriental
    • which we find at the foundation of the ancient pre-Christian wisdom,
    • down. In the effort to gain this balance we find the Christ. When we
    • strive to gain this balance, then alone can we find the Christ.
    • World. What do we find? Everywhere we find Luciferic qualities
    • The same thing appears in Goethe's Faust, where we find
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    • this again from another which caused it.” And so man finds a
    • Nature, but always within man. He, looking from without, would find
    • that he must look upon the centre of man if he wished to find the
    • Looking back over the evolution of our earth we find, preceding our
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    • experiences, you will find that these experiences are continually
    • we find such ideas arising among men, among people who believe that
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    • to find, is of lasting value, but how they faced the problems.”
    • ought to have been possible to find such people, amongst those who
    • all-important thing today is that man should be able to find
    • himself. But to find our own Self requires confidence in our own
    • think and to will what is right. In some way we always find these two
    • able to find themselves, and to grasp the whole seriousness of
    • our adversaries the wish naturally arises to find a point of attack
    • an amateur; but he had been unable to find any mistake.” In our
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    • of natural science and attempt to find the eternal by inner mystic
    • life of will itself, and yet we find that thinking, feeling and
    • is our conceptual life, our thinking life, we find in the way in which
    • between the two — we find that for willing there is a certain
    • new way of thinking has been attained, we find that the whole
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    • reality which finds utterance through the spoken and the written word
    • modern age. Whoever visits this School for Spiritual Science will find
    • that freedom he finds this deep and troubling experience, as he passes
    • some respects modern anthroposophical science — we find that in
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    • he finds in nature. That he takes into himself; and by being received
    • could the Dragon now find his sphere of action.
    • events in the super-sensible world and to find their causes there. In
    • — even the initial impulse we need to find our way out of the
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    • former times, we find that at bottom man has become a veritable hermit
    • in which the human being may find the way back to spirit, which after
    • all underlies all things and beings. And precisely this finding the
    • is not the case. For something like the Christmas Festival to find its
    • carried out by a mere sense of duty, many a man may find satisfaction,
    • conditions are different, and such lilies find their release in a
    • constituted today, we find him cut off from the spirit realm in three
    • book, reads it, and finds it quite interesting as well as comforting
    • and find a variety of reasons for it. As a rule it is caused by fear
    • involves finding the way to abandon the prevalent passivity in
    • beauty and loveliness of the plant world and finding deep delight in
    • must find in his Gemüt is the match wherewith to light
    • very soul of the Gemüt; and he who finds this
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    • preserved from olden times we can find our way into this mysterious
    • the mountain tops and finds stones arranged in such a way as to form a
    • Examining one of these cromlechs we find it to close off, in a
    • can find many a hint of this, and compare it with what can now be said
    • way. And whither did these primordial teachers withdraw? We find them
    • intuition — we delve ever deeper into the universe, and we find
    • physical body, according to the methods you will find described in my
    • see, consists in finding the methods for reading out of the inwardly
    • circulation. If we consider what is inside our skin we find that we
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    • imagination, inspiration, and intuition find the spirit in the
    • imaginative cognition, in contemplating the earth, finds not an
    • spirituality of the earth out into the cosmos. That is why we find the
    • transparent for me, that I will now find by directing my vision
    • and we shall find our place in the whole soul-endowed cosmos.
    • no man can possess without finding his relation with the cosmos, and
    • find resurrection in death. But Christianity does not end with the
    • so that he can find in the round of the seasons first of all the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • thinking. You will find therefore a fundamental tone or feeling in this
    • you find the sentence, “In thinking, man lifts an edge of the
    • case in the experience of thinking. That is why one finds in thinking
    • he finds himself as a free personality. This is not the case with the
    • can help you in this. Perhaps a lady may find in some comer or other
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    • to begin with, we limit our considerations to memory, we find that
    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • them without prejudice, that unless a man finds his way into the
    • he finds himself entirely in an Ahrimanic environment, indeed, he
    • when we look at man's nature we find in it the Luciferic and the
    • again find the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic elements. That is the
    • Let us fix that firmly in our minds today. We find
    • environment. We find Ahriman and Lucifer in the rising mist and in
    • and we find in man a striving to create rhythm and equilibrium
    • between heredity and adaptation to environment. But we also find in
    • presumptuous striving of Ahriman finds its limits. In the clouds the
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    • may be removed from us in space we find our way to it in sleep) —
    • their inner being in their countenance we find a radiating and
    • We find therefore first of all the spirits of nature,
    • also find the world of the Angels, Archangels and Archai, and grow
    • experienced. Recall it vividly. Then in the night you find yourself
    • We find that the best expression of this will comes from
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    • here. The first necessity is to find the right approach to the
    • Saturn period. What you find in my
    • example, would be that those forms of Saturn which you will find
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    • indicated, to the Lemurian age and a little further back we find
    • in the mineral world today. We find stones, we take them in our
    • hands, we look attentively at them, and we find they have within them
    • fluid albuminous atmosphere. They had a shape which we find today on
    • substance in addition to the silica, and that is what you find today
    • mountains, or merely into the Jura mountains, you find this limestone
    • Thus we find chalk as the second substance in the earth.
    • find that in this albuminous atmosphere there is a continual rising
    • find them still doing this, bringing graphically to the mind of one
    • mud of the soft earth. In this morass too we find moving about as
    • through those events which you find described in my
    • finds what I have related today.
    • When we travel back into those earlier times we find
    • will find them given in my
    • like a cloud-formation. At a still earlier period we find forms
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    • sacred to the ancients. We find that the instruction given in the
    • still find in them the molten metals of the musical instruments which
    • speak a language so pure and holy? Do we not find in these molten
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    • received in Hibernia, we find that this preparation consisted in two
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    • Und in dir sich wiederfindet.
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • And through thee finds foundation in Being.
    • that man must find Being for the knowledge he has acquired, by losing
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • find in this plant or that plant, in this animal or that animal, in
    • this man or that man, all that I find in my inner being clothes
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    • earth, and who today find themselves in a colony on the moon.
    • only external history will find much that is splendid, beautiful,
    • yourselves. In all the older genuine historical works you will find
    • you would find they were more in number than during the times of the
    • is the same man! And we only need to examine this phenomenon to find
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    • them, we find that at the same time in Ireland the Initiates
    • in the first centuries of Christian development, we find here and
    • knowledge, in order to find in the first Christian centuries those
    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • of descending into the depths. Above all, we find in Greece that
    • which he does not carry within him. If we were to try and find these
    • investigation, we should find no lead, no copper, no quicksilver, no
    • substances which we can also find in outer nature, but does not, for
    • still find traces that this was taught to those about to be initiated
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • products of nature, he finds everything dead, there is nothing but a
    • you look in the history books, you will also find this scene
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    • peculiar hot climate, and there find human beings who differ
    • One can go over to Asia, and there again find human beings different.
    • undertaken in order to find the other side of the compass in addition
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    • find there many other kinds of Mysteries; but today, as all our
    • Macedonian nation arose, we find how at that time there flowed over
    • earlier epoch in a much more majestic and mighty way than we find
    • which we find in the Samothracian Mysteries, when the metals of the
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    • Record, we find there joyful countenances, deeply earnest
    • world is spread. Now, of course, radically speaking we find oxalic
    • Oxalic acid is everywhere in the vegetable kingdom, and we find
    • Traditionally, we find preserved right on into our own
    • and find it out, or would think about it in order to discover it. As
    • was a real Rosicrucian laboratory, we find in it instruments
    • these Rosicrucian Mysteries we find practically everywhere the older,
    • no longer find his way to them by means of the path of knowledge
    • followed at that time. He could only find his way to the spirits of
    • Indeed we must say that we find a reminiscence of what was felt in
    • we find a faint echo of this in the first part of Faust in the
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    • I have said that we do not find theoretical, easily
    • find in so many historical works in which we are told the reason why
    • other forms of carbon, besides those we find here on the earth. And
    • ancient Sun Mysteries, we find there in addition to what I have said
    • anthracite; but on the moon that which we find here on the earth as
    • modern materialistic times. One is always so astonished to find how
    • important find, but these are only broken fragments, whereas we may
    • even than we find in Goethe's Faust, beautiful and mighty though that
    • various organs of the body. We find here a confirmation of
    • find in Goethe's Faust, when he opens, as it were, the Book of the
    • of the Earth. That is simply a faint echo of what we find in so
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    • we shall find everywhere spiritual conceptions of the being of
    • civilization, we find that although they were by no means as
    • exists in this spiritual cosmos, we also find the human being.
    • the same things he finds under a microscope, he may safely be
    • looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • take into account what we find — as naturally we must
    • do not, in the early stages, reveal to us today's findings of
    • brain. Now this cannot be done when you try to find an
    • breathing processes. You can find no adequate expression for
    • Imaginations teem with spiritual reality, we suddenly find
    • any process of will that does not find its expression in
    • passing from the kidneys to the liver, for example, we find
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    • with you may find it offensive to hear it said in anthroposophy
    • sense-oriented empirical observations, will find expression in
    • taking the various organ systems, we find that only the
    • study things in the outer world. Then we find something that
    • do experiments with a more sensitive individual and try to find
    • into the kidney system, you will find a similar connection with
    • find blood corpuscles in the urine. The kidney system radiates
    • different astral conditions, step by step you will find
    • psychological sense. With these you will not find a developed
    • order to find out how certain psychological phenomena, tending
    • leaves of a plant, and, still more, the petals. You will find
    • found in roots or seeds. You will find that this difference is
    • sense-perceptible methods. You will find, for instance, that
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    • this threefold nature of the human being, we find that the
    • two classes. On the one side you will find that the forces
    • organization is in order, then we find all those diseases in
    • understand one another better), we find constant mention of the
    • human being who is organized in such a complex way, we find
    • ear, for example, you will find the following: ego
    • finds expression in definite relationships in every single
    • pathological formation, you will find what part is played in
    • will find confirmation from two sides in existing medicine for
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    • warmth and light from the previous year. We find the strongest
    • We soon find something amiss with the nerve-sense system too
    • what I say we will not find it as easy to understand these
    • evidence of what I am maintaining here you will find it in a
    • periphery of the human organism; not only do we find
    • then, we often find cramps that are due to the fact that the
    • inorganic. When you find silicic acid in a flower, you
    • we find the formation of phlegm and the like, which is quite
    • thing is that we find the very opposite in the leaves of
    • what I have described, we will always find that there is less
    • autumnale as a remedy, you will find that the organism must
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    • everywhere one must be able to find the thought-form, the feeling-form,
    • At first we can only say that we find something appearing within the
    • Schelling proposed, that we find something we are not permitted to see
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    • the origin of illnesses in childhood. One finds the same thing, in a
    • certain way, only from another side. One finds that there is too much
    • destroy the spirit” — and you will find how one must not follow it
    • the soul-spiritual findings encountered with the human being — where
    • materialistic, the aristocracy has become spiritualistic. If you find
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    • before a more precise study of the issue. You will find such a precise
    • formation. We find, if we understand this process of protein formation
    • up there. We find held up in the organism that process which should
    • plant, to the betula alba, we find the opposing process in the
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    • ego-activity in the organism. We find that the actual carrier of this
    • we find something exceptionally important. We can influence the
    • cases one can already see this. It is always possible to find the
    • still other examples. We can find such examples everywhere, but let us
    • If one finds, therefore, that a person is suffering inwardly and
    • proceed further into the upbuilding processes, if one finds,
    • processes of elimination take place like those we find in the
    • human being develops his ego, from above downward, then we find how
    • ways. We find, for example, that the female organism is formed out of
    • vision, it is possible to find the reciprocal relationship of the
    • of finding any proof for what spiritual science maintains. This is not
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    • shall everywhere find traces of spiritual conceptions of the being of
    • in an earlier period of civilisation, we find that although they were
    • spiritual Cosmos, we also find man. We contact a spiritual
    • Spiritual Science he has found exactly the same things as he finds
    • a man looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • find — as naturally we must — but we reckon merely with
    • reveal to us the findings of empirical research in the realm, say of,
    • of man. As we shall find later on, this marvelous structure of the
    • we try to find an expression in the organism of man of what is
    • contained in the breathing-processes. We can find no adequate
    • spiritual reality, we suddenly find ourselves standing in a
    • process of will which does not find its expression in demolition,
    • from the kidneys to the liver, for example, we find this interesting
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    • the constitution of man, as known to empirical observation, will find
    • Hence, taking the various organ-systems, we find that only the
    • world. But then we find something that modern science cannot readily
    • try to find out the essential change that takes place in the renal
    • only so shall we find the way, as we must do, towards seeing man, not
    • kidney system, we find a similar connection with nitrogen.
    • — when, let us say, we find blood corpuscles in the urine. In
    • under different astral conditions, and step by step you will find
    • of an Ego-organisation in the psychological sense, and you will find
    • certain diseases of children you will find, for instance, that a
    • You will find that in the leaves there is a compromise between
    • You will find, for instance, that disturbances in the process of the
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    • we consider this threefold nature of man, we find that the
    • them into two classes. On the one side you will find that the forces
    • is in order, then we find all those organic diseases of childhood
    • we find constant mention of the sulphurous or the phosphoric.
    • systems of man, we find diseases which must be considered in
    • organism of man we find, of course, that one system of organs is
    • sense-organs, in the ear, for example, we find the following:
    • explained) — all this finds expression in definite
    • misplaced attempt at the formation of a sense-organ, you will find
    • merely a regulating principle. You will find that the statements
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    • which it is more closely related. And so we shall very soon find that
    • much in what I say we shall not find it so easy to understand these
    • symptoms of which I am now speaking, we shall often find cramp-like
    • will invariably find that the flower is brittle or prickly, pressing
    • of symptoms such as I have described, is present, we shall find the
    • phenomenon we shall find the formation of phlegm and the like, which
    • the remarkable thing is that we find the very opposite state of
    • described, the kidneys are not acting properly, we shall always find
    • with colchicum autumnale, you will find that the human
    • I will conclude. Try it all out and you will find that it will help.
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    • soon find confirmation of what has been so impressively stated by
    • have said and we shall always find that these men turn their
    • character. It is true that some people find it hard to look facts
    • world which we find typically expressed in scientific thought has
    • system. And, strange to say, when we try to find something positive
    • new social organism, we find hardly any answer, only a few measures
    • Here we find that out
    • itself we shall find that the social life of man is threefold. Three
    • able to find his proper place, from which he can further the
    • thing in order to find the forces at work there.
    • the value of commodities with the money price, and people will find
    • that finds expression in the mere prices. Price standards cannot be
    • can read the language of these figures, will find that they do not
    • books and you will find that as against the mere money values, mutual
    • social structure will enable each individual to find the place from
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    • economics. Any one who studies modern evolution will find that these
    • so — we shall find that the direction evolution must take in
    • look for their true meaning we shall find that there is an authentic
    • factor or other. They would try to find out why it was bound to fail,
    • we find in many instances within our social structure especially when
    • often find things absurd which must, nevertheless, be said because
    • commodity should be produced is that it finds a sale when placed on
    • without all the rambling talk about demand and supply, which we find
    • finds a place in our social life. Then it will no longer be the
    • find out the relation between the value of a manufactured commodity
    • the economic body will find itself on a sound and reasonable basis.
    • people away from that feeling for truth. Hence, one finds over and
    • consumption of commodities really find it easy, prompted by their own
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    • in his environment, by the aid of which he can find his proper
    • attempted to find a solution. And though a comparatively short time
    • their institutions such that human ideas and human faculties find
    • among the present-day modes of thought, you will find none which can
    • beings might find themselves, through their feelings, in
    • country we can still find this feeling of a man towards his work.
    • when he leaves his workshop he finds the same feelings, that he has a
    • between individuals. From the moment in which the individual finds
    • own judge, should he find himself accused of an offence against civil
    • in this way the judicial finding will differ from that laid down by
    • suggestion holds sway they will never find the solution of the social
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    • century have been dealt with, we can find only one answer. Although
    • when, we perceive only with our outer senses? And do we not find
    • should perchance find their way into science. It is easy to see by
    • sense-perception should find entrance into scientific research. In
    • depths of our own inner nature, we find there not only thoughts and
    • feelings, a mere reflection of the outer world, we find there
    • things. Thus we find described in my book,
    • You will find that one
    • pure natural science or pure philosophy, and you will find the
    • psychology, and you will find that there is no profound meaning
    • nature. Instead of remaining in regions foreign to life, it will find
    • of human evolution, we must find a new way into the spiritual world.
    • comprehensible to you, we have not yet been able to find the style of
    • more and more materialistic. Since no one was able to find a way into
    • I was impressed by his words. Now, looking back, I find that his
    • its practice the human being may take his place in life and find
    • agitators. We find faint indications of a feeling that none of the
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    • actual commodities. We shall find that the value of a commodity, of
    • — we shall find that the method of valuing any commodity
    • outcome of man's own impulses, exists all that man finds necessary
    • power, we find, on the other, that confusion has arisen in regard to
    • today's favorite catchwords, what do we find but the last
    • consequences of the fusion of political and economic life. We find
    • because they can no longer find purely human impulses, these having
    • children are brought up in it, we find our immediate spiritual
    • capacities. The force, however, which strives to find expression in
    • find entrance into the minds and souls and hearts of men, so that the
    • of the Middle Ages. We find a condition of things extending into the
    • find society in a condition which we may call a social order of
    • find its true expression in the present social order?
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    • finds the condition even worse. Ed.) And even those ideas and
    • to its economic aspect, we shall find it necessary to revise our
    • understanding of such things, we shall find that which is the creator
    • love, we find that it is absolutely founded on the egoism of the
    • the human soul — egoism, all that ultimately finds expression
    • with, glows with, the imagination of the people in which it finds
    • of the producer to find out how he can procure and dispose of his
    • than by finding the source of a common understanding among the
    • actually spiritualize that which otherwise finds expression as
    • find it possible to tolerate the different national peculiarities,
    • the concrete one, found through spiritual perception, will find means
    • — we shall find that within its scope one social form will take
    • develop to objective heights in which we find, as a spiritual
    • Greeks in Macedonia, we often find that the father of a family is
    • together a common life, in which they find equal rights for everyone.
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    • men were incapable of finding the answer.
    • of failure to find such a world-historic solution. Such was the
    • this time I could not but believe in the possibility of finding human
    • students of Economics should find their way into this subject. Let me,
    • iron, when you find it in the mine, is something altogether different
    • political economy, you will find it differently constituted from
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    • that is an impossibility. Again and again one is astonished to find
    • find three factors mentioned — three factors, through the
    • can say to begin with: Tracing the economic process we find these
    • moment you place Capital and Labour merely side by side, you will find
    • different method must be adopted. You will only find this method
    • hop about to find his food. Sometimes he has to hop about a very great
    • deal in the course of a day to find what he requires. The swallow
    • which they fulfil in finding their food, etc. They simply could not be
    • instance, we find it necessary for our bodily health, having worked
    • Suppose now we find ourselves at any given point within the economic
    • of values and prices with the idea of finding a firm and fixed ground
    • can we gradually find our way to the more constant conditions on which
    • these things finds himself confronted not with wrong
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    • of human evolution. Even in Plato we find a conception of the social
    • The word “Egoism,” you will find, is a pretty old one,
    • must find our way into the true process of modern economic life,
    • sociology of the present day and you will find: The social conflicts
    • mean position. To find, the mean price-level, we must not go to the
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    • time, he will find that it is more expensive. I admit that in this
    • you will inevitably find the organised division of human Labour
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    • opposite pole to production. We have been endeavouring to find the
    • unite with Nature, we shall find a congestion of Capital in Nature,
    • way out which it could find was to conserve itself in Nature. Thus we
    • point in the diagram, finds expression in what I called the
    • itself, these human beings will find it possible to arrest the
    • will find that this signifies nothing else for the economic process in
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    • sphere of the completely free spiritual life. In this sphere we find,
    • diagram) — by a very simple deduction you can find the third. You
    • You will find it more and more to be an economic necessity. The
    • find curiously enough a reflection on this very fact. Neither
    • is indeed a palpable fact and it is interesting to find it discussed
    • think differently — on this you will, of course, find nothing in
    • Commonwealth. The Associations will find that when free spiritual
    • tends to get tied up in mortgages finds its way into free spiritual
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    • nowadays and a principal source of the errors that find their way into
    • a thing we shall often find in the economic process — that,
    • among farmers will find life comparatively dearer. Thus, the sequence
    • time to find your way to that meaning. But in respect to agriculture
    • out over a long period of time and you will find the relationship of
    • account, we shall find yet another classification of the economic
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    • find the real economic processes, processes which are only summarised,
    • the stealer finding it convenient to exchange the thing for an
    • process can only find its reflection where judgments, proceeding from
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    • we should find that they do not correspond to the costs of production
    • training. And you will find, in all probability, that what was spent
    • the whole economic process? You will find that the free gifts are the
    • “economies” or businesses, we shall always find, as any
    • find, if you are considering smaller economic territories, that
    • gradually become a process taking place — I can find no other
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    • a large family — then I shall find someone who may be needing
    • involves the same element in human intercourse which we find in the
    • is always there. The point is rather to find how the three members can
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    • product that will keep; we find them especially among works of art.
    • condition within a self-contained economic realm. And we find it true:
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    • finds expression in the rate of wages — we really have an
    • In the current treatises on Economics you will find various elegant
    • statements on the nature of money. For instance, you will find a list
    • economies representing a kind of closed domain. There we shall find
    • suggestions can be given; but you will find that all the economic
    • into the process, a national economy may easily find itself in a
    • cheap or dear commodities. We must find out what money is in
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    • value to begin with. Now let us try to find our way into this picture.
    • in the movement of economic values. How shall we find anything
    • compare Nature with the Spirit, for we shall find no point of
    • of spiritual production, if you try to find the concept of value you
    • always find that what is said is right, but only in a limited sphere.
    • scarce, while the other finds a place where there are plenty and
    • find the amoebae crawling about free in external Nature and do we not
    • find the same thing in our own blood, in the white blood corpuscles?
    • things occur. We often find the most primitive functions applied once
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    • find concepts, or rather pictures, of the economic life, such as would
    • time, you may find various ways in which this can be brought about.
    • Thus, you may find that it is not enough simply to let money grow old
    • always find that, though you can think about them rightly enough, you
    • world-economy. It is here that we should find the items on either side
    • ask how the two values are to be equated. The problem is to find
    • another angle, we shall find means of reaching such an assessment. For
    • the actual exchange values, you would find a very close approximation.
    • will find the price of one thing far above and the price of another
    • about the result I have stated. It all depends on that. We shall find
    • find in Economics are always open to objection, unless you conceive of
    • available area of cultivation. In this relation you will find that
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    • we come to the age of Greece, we find that by the eighth, seventh,
    • prevented from finding their way over to the West. We must realise
    • one could find only outside the Earth when one had been initiated
    • to find the way. The anthroposophical movement is really there for
    • unable to develop freely and find its way into spirituality. For he
    • need of our time; and you will find many similar instances here in
    • aback when you find that as soon as the anthroposophical movement
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    • with the one in yonder world. Now he must find some means of mutual
    • there, you would find it altogether different from what our
    • when he no longer uses nouns but finds his way into another and more
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    • takes place with man during the condition of sleep, we find that it
    • And here we find that whereas during waking hours man stands in
    • falling asleep, we find we can distinguish different spheres through
    • — that is to say, the soul of man as it finds itself in sleep —
    • cloud, we find ourselves approaching a world that confuses and amazes
    • a man has begun to tread the path of self-knowledge. He will find
    • description of what man finds, as it were, around him between death
    • what you find described in my book as “soul world” and
    • within which man finds himself sheltered and enclosed every time he
    • find our way as we go through our life,
    • ancient India, we find that in those times men who wanted to learn
    • Eastern seeker after wisdom desires to find relation with what is
    • within which man finds himself enwoven. But we men of modern times
    • You will find that in our anthroposophical work we give ourselves
    • as we find related in many a Greek myth, where the account of
    • this is how you will, find the questions put and answered — insofar
    • time it was what we find described by the Greeks as the descent into
    • all full of inner activity. Consequently we find that when a little
    • finding our way gradually into the language of the dead, and it takes
    • have shown you in the case of language is a beginning. We shall find
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    • find ourselves as soon as we fall asleep. And this Ahrimanic Being
    • then draws near to Earth and finds its way to that family.
    • sphere of Mercury leads the soul to find its way into a particular
    • approaching the dark side of Mercury, will be helped to find its
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    • find that in its main events you can trace the working of certain
    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • nature, so that under no circumstances shall he find himself tempted
    • find no satisfactory explanation for these phenomena. One who
    • stand to one another, we find that in the mineral kingdom, in the
    • you will not find that in that crystal or plant any conflict is
    • That is to say, Jahve is that spiritual Being in the Cosmos who finds
    • we may call him so — finds such helpers in Mercury and Venus.
    • accordingly not be surprised to find that it is not with the air-fire
    • therefore finds himself placed right in the very midst of a conflict.
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. And so we find these air-fire beings making
    • nature — you will find there too, occasion for disappointment
    • messengers of the Father God were able to find remedies with which to
    • could then find the remedy for the illness. I told you last time, you
    • man from the confusion in which he finds himself owing to the fight
    • man. At the present time, when you cross the Threshold, you find
    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
    • as for man, if he can find the right relation to the Christ, then it
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    • in the sphere of these death-Moon-forces you will find, as it were, a
    • into the spiritual world, you will be able to find the sublime Being
    • “memory” we there retain of our own deeds. We find it
    • birth which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays as
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    • we come to the age of Greece, we find that by the eighth, seventh,
    • prevented from finding their way over to the West. We must realise
    • one could find only outside the Earth when one had been initiated
    • to find the way. The anthroposophical movement is really there for
    • unable to develop freely and find its way into spirituality. For he
    • need of our time; and you will find many similar instances here in
    • aback when you find that as soon as the anthroposophical movement
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    • with the one in yonder world. Now he must find some means of mutual
    • there, you would find it altogether different from what our
    • when he no longer uses nouns but finds his way into another and more
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    • takes place with man during the condition of sleep, we find that it
    • And here we find that whereas during waking hours man stands in
    • falling asleep, we find we can distinguish different spheres through
    • — that is to say, the soul of man as it finds itself in sleep —
    • cloud, we find ourselves approaching a world that confuses and amazes
    • a man has begun to tread the path of self-knowledge. He will find
    • description of what man finds, as it were, around him between death
    • what you find described in my book as “soul world” and
    • within which man finds himself sheltered and enclosed every time he
    • find our way as we go through our life,
    • ancient India, we find that in those times men who wanted to learn
    • Eastern seeker after wisdom desires to find relation with what is
    • within which man finds himself enwoven. But we men of modern times
    • You will find that in our anthroposophical work we give ourselves
    • as we find related in many a Greek myth, where the account of
    • this is how you will, find the questions put and answered — insofar
    • time it was what we find described by the Greeks as the descent into
    • all full of inner activity. Consequently we find that when a little
    • finding our way gradually into the language of the dead, and it takes
    • have shown you in the case of language is a beginning. We shall find
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    • find ourselves as soon as we fall asleep. And this Ahrimanic Being
    • then draws near to Earth and finds its way to that family,
    • sphere of Mercury leads the soul to find its way into a particular
    • approaching the dark side of Mercury, will be helped to find its
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    • find that in its main events you can trace the working of certain
    • find far from agreeable and pleasant — living, as we have said,
    • nature, so that under no circumstances shall he find himself tempted
    • find no satisfactory explanation for these phenomena. One who
    • stand to one another, we find that in the mineral kingdom, in the
    • you will not find that in that crystal or plant any conflict is
    • That is to say, Jahve is that spiritual Being in the Cosmos who finds
    • we may call him so — finds such helpers in Mercury and Venus.
    • accordingly not be surprised to find that it is not with the air-fire
    • therefore finds himself placed right in the very midst of a conflict.
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn. And so we find these air-fire beings making
    • nature — you will find there too, occasion for disappointment
    • messengers of the Father God were able to find remedies with which to
    • could then find the remedy for the illness. I told you last time, you
    • man from the confusion in which he finds himself owing to the fight
    • man. At the present time, when you cross the Threshold, you find
    • we are turned back; for if we men of modern times are to find our way
    • as for man, if he can find the right relation to the Christ, then it
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    • in the sphere of these death-Moon-forces you will find, as it were, a
    • into the spiritual world, you will be able to find the sublime Being
    • “memory” we there retain of our own deeds. We find it
    • birth which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays as
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    • Those who find this of little import, however, do not understand at
    • daytime in that period, we find that it did not actually feel itself
    • Atlantean catastrophe to find the greater part of this age.
    • find that such events are carried out on the physical plane after
    • which entangled him in the sense world. Now this spirit must find the
    • spiritual world, if he were not in the future to find delight in the
    • the son of man, he shall find delight in the daughters of the gods,
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    • at the time when Christ was walking about on earth, you will find the
    • find, if we have opened the clairvoyant eye to the records we call
    • to find a humanity endowed with constant clairvoyance, but even then
    • back we go, the more we find this form of clairvoyance.
    • further back than this, we find the great Atlantean catastrophe that
    • should find that our souls were then endowed with a high degree of
    • would find, if you could look back, that you yourselves at that time
    • Indeed, one may find that almost every period as far
    • leaps. If you follow the development of a plant, you find that there
    • the depths of your soul, that it can find within itself the bond with
    • Christ, you can find the path leading into the spiritual worlds. Only
    • in this way will humanity now be able to find the spirit.”
    • the event of Golgotha, the clairvoyant was unable to find Christ in
    • yet possible to find in the astral sphere of our earth what one calls
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    • evolution on the earth, can we find something in the universe that in
    • a higher sense represents this contrast? Can we find in the cosmos
    • contrast? If we were able to find this contrast, a wonderful and at
    • the human being as the contrast between head and limbs. We find this
    • woman, and we also find that here, in all essentials, men and women
    • see that it is not really so extraordinary that women today find
    • contemporaries will find it — it is nonetheless true that if
    • served its purpose it splinters. Thus we find that from a certain
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    • Yuga, we find that, through their direct vision into the spiritual
    • however. We must go a long way back if we wish to find something
    • that when we ascend to the spiritual worlds we find there the
    • this time. Indeed, we can find this spirit of Moses revived in a new
    • out into the world, toward outer physical nature, in order to find
    • the World-I, to find the World-God as Jahve, as World-I, to find Him
    • in thunder and lightning, to find Him in what can stream in from
    • were, from without, so we find that, in the second age following
    • finding the reality of Christ in higher worlds through higher
    • faculties find Christ in that world in which only etheric bodies are
    • the one man will find here on earth. One thing will be necessary,
    • Christianity but that humanity would not advance if it did not find
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    • have been able to find a connection with the spiritual world, try
    • ancient times. It was said that man would be able to find his
    • find it through their own I's.
    • bodies in the right way, they will find the kingdom of heaven.”
    • spirit of God can be healed and comforted, and they can find the
    • find the strength within their own I's, under the influence of
    • I in the sentient soul, we cannot find in another person what makes
    • develops compassion and mercy shall find compassion in others.”
    • we find references also to the special mission of Christ Himself, in
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    • of the Bodhisattvas, we find that their spiritual portion, which
    • to the astral body. In Christ alone do we find a divine-spiritual
    • heaven to some degree through human clairvoyance. Now one had to find
    • find people who believe them. For the true anthroposophist, it will
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    • early mystery schools. One can still find today, however, one or two
    • spiritual science, however, one will find something quite different.
    • clarify this, we must cast a glance into world space. There we find
    • finds the remark that the world is an illusion or maya. Every
    • later incarnation will find these thoughts somewhat consoling.
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    • then into those spheres in which we can find our bearings only by
    • summoning the findings of esoteric research to our aid. Here another
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • would find that human beings built their dwelling places by methods
    • because no human being today could find the words with which the
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    • which I have spoken and of which you will find indications in the
    • clarity must prevail in our concepts. We will then find increasingly
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    • In the elementary world we find spirits of earth,
    • find their direction in freedom. One should not go any further than
    • In the first Mystery Drama that I have written, you find what is so
    • were often done in ancient times, and when you find historic
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    • him so wonderfully far,” he can no longer find what can help
    • It will be the task of the good, healing science to find certain
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    • world, he finds himself in a realm with a universal faculty for
    • time that the person who will only find an explanation of the world
    • these realms of nature. We go through the portal of death and find
    • as physical man, find the right access to the spiritual world that
    • decades, before all the religious faiths will find themselves unable
    • age, from Lessing to Wrede. You will find proof in such a
    • be able to find in a certain way the realm of Christ within the
    • be able to find His domain.
    • The question now, however, is to find not just a science
    • but a way to stand within the spiritual realm, so that we do not find
    • only nature. In nature we will never find the Christ impulse. How are
    • we to find a way actually to place ourselves within the spiritual
    • nature, you will find that this realm of destiny is no poorer in
    • greatest illusion to which humanity can succumb. We find its radical
    • the time being we find we are not able to meet together in space, let
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    • shall find that the nation-soul is a real being, in which a man is as
    • separate individual — seeks to find spirituality through the
    • find this. Naturally it could be shown how something of this sort is
    • warmth; this produces malleability, plasticity, which can find its
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    • to find its place in feeling within the spirit of this universe.
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    • time in history, to find that the men who were accounted to be
    • eyes. You will find that before the tenth century, scholars always
    • Here we may find a
    • arises, under certain conditions we find the dark shadow, so when
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    • found in its old form. Here and there we can still find survivals,
    • chance. In those days one could not find a teacher by means of books,
    • Plays are no occult romances where you have but to find the key, and
    • inner being. Then does man find within his own being the power of God
    • but always in order to find in the self the way to the divine. In
    • much misunderstood, and it is by no means easy for us to find out
    • do find the way into the spiritual worlds. Everything that has been
    • though dimly perceived, Raimon Lull went on to find certain
    • will find it all quite misrepresented in the historical documents.
    • to a true self-knowledge, if he would find again his adjustment to
    • I said there that what we find in Meister Eckhart, in
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    • ruled over him. From that time forward he had to find in his own
    • short time before, pupils were still able to find teachers, like the
    • that it might after all yet find the way. And he who is able to see
    • such things can find in those times, as we said just now, not places
    • inner being of man, if it holds itself aright, can yet find the way
    • fulfilment within you; you will go on further and find a continuation
    • extra-ordinarily hard to find among the charlatans, and the whole
    • mood that we find in those who are striving for knowledge, and this
    • source after all in the spiritual world, yet in him we find no trace
    • that he does so — the Astrology that he finds prevalent. He
    • character. Later, in Kant, in du Bois-Reymond, you will find
    • may be able to find for himself in freedom of will what in earlier
    • times Gods have tried to find for him and with him, let now the
    • succeeding centuries, we can always find individual spirits who lived
    • eighteenth centuries. You might find him in some country village as a
    • your attention from what you are trying to find in him by talking in
    • you how these men spoke, men that you might find in the way I have
    • the needles of the fir-tree, then one finds how the God rejoices over
    • nature, there also one finds the God; but then one learns to know how
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    • one hears even a last echo of this view. What we find in religious
    • methods, it is only here and there that we can still find today an
    • generally, where shall we find one who accounts himself a scientist,
    • questions? And yet it is only by facing them that man can ever find
    • we find this Demon of the Earth to be a Being who could only become
    • Cosmos, and could only find his existence on Earth in the form of the
    • not find his proper task on the Earth, the Earth herself has not her
    • Who was not willing to find His further task on the Sun, Who would
    • in despair, have rightly despaired of being able to find in
    • deliberation to try and find somewhere a place of learning where the
    • correctly formulated. But he was not able to find any such place.
    • consequent must be deduced. They learned what we find treated so
    • What do we find in a book
    • Pentagrams and so forth. We find words from languages in use in
    • bygone ages, especially from the Hebrew. And we find that what in
    • we find has become bereft of ideas on the one hand, and on the other
    • find nothing particular in it. There are also practices connected
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    • twilight. It is difficult to find any trace of that old wisdom in
    • the nineteenth century. Once more we find a small group — call
    • anew. For it is just in the refinding that one obtains the right
    • words in Hebrew. It was impossible to find any direct connection with
    • We find in particular one
    • disregarded, and that many today long to find again. But on account
    • other way. And it is really interesting to find, when we go back to
    • gone from bad to worse. But if you go back to Aristotle, you find
    • you find with him the true insight into things that is able to see in
    • You will find this where I am speaking of Spirit in
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    • the twelfth or thirteenth century — we find the visions
    • reflected. Now men could find ideas about Nature, the Copernican
    • themselves in the old sense, can they find the secrets of the world,
    • we would find the secrets once more. It is a kind of evolution-memory
    • already there. As human beings we must find our humanity again in the
    • certain moods and feelings were spread. We find them everywhere,
    • 1840's, and how man today, as he looks back, can find his true
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    • When man finds, with spiritual vision, the way out beyond the
    • the near future, one finds in the astral light, as I may call it, such
    • on his finding an answer:
    • to the cosmos that in the flashing meteoric element we find the cosmic
    • Michael rightly when we find in his sword the iron that has been
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    • — even into the 12th or 13th century — we find the
    • all was reflected. Now men could find ideas about Nature; the
    • sense, can they find the secrets of the world, but only by so
    • if we wish to find the secrets once more. It is a kind of
    • against what is already there. As human beings we must find our
    • moods and feelings were spread. We find them everywhere, wherever the
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    • evolution. If we follow the path of man's evolution we find him first
    • find him penetrated by a new element in the old Sun period, still
    • things names; that plays a certain role in what we find as facts of
    • the links, then you cannot find them next morning, because you had not
    • themselves to activity will now be able to find an understanding for
    • a consideration which will find a response in every one of our souls.
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    • what we can find of the teaching and outlook of the last centuries of
    • ancient Hebraism, we find a spirit — of a Hebrew kind, of course
    • Hebraism alone, for in other regions of the earth too we can find such
    • the Mystery of Golgotha we find an altogether new mode of regarding
    • the world, compared with what we find earlier in the spiritual life of
    • centuries before the Mystery of Golgotha. We find it everywhere. One
    • epoch was to find natural science. At that time the laws of nature
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    • the earth. We find then, that the soul of the earth, resting within
    • the first page of account books one generally finds the words
    • mankind was approaching the Ego evolution, human beings might find
    • and will find through the Mystery of Golgotha the paths leading into
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    • that if a man of that time turned to Michael, he could find through
    • To-day it is Christ Jesus whom we must strive to find through Michael,
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    • order to find this source. We little suspect how deeply hidden lie
    • spiritual research does find it possible to throw some light into
    • sources will find that they lie in far more profound depths of the
    • ordeals and shocks of tragedy. We find that the tangled threads woven
    • difficult this may be to discern, requiring as it does our finding
    • try to get a feeling for it, however, we can find that what a fairy
    • individual who finds himself at a certain time of life in a singular
    • humankind, we find the soul of ancient man having totally different
    • become really conscious of himself, would not find the experiences we
    • find these today in the fairy tales coming down to us as folk
    • daughter sends messengers far and wide. She must find every name
    • spin straw into gold and then finding a loyal helper in the little
    • find a description of the evolution of the world. I don't intend to
    • senses, it finds only the lower species up to the level of the
    • Everything the spiritual researcher finds in the spiritual world —
    • whole thing, you will find that every sentence vibrates with the
    • all this has been said, we should not be surprised to find that the
    • in German we find Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm's
    • strength it has; we find that the soul, put into this position, can
    • unsatisfactory way; nevertheless we do find in it the conflict of the
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    • unriddle it all, we should gradually be able to find the right
    • The giants were astonished to find anyone stronger than themselves
    • genuine fairy tales you will find that certain basic ideas run
    • good and noble as himself. It was difficult for him to find anyone
    • find a horse; it has a silver arrow piercing its body; you must pull
    • it out, and the horse will lead you to where you will find your
    • the king asked the former glass king if he knew where he could find a
    • when we free ourselves from sense perception, we find the whole realm
    • — like the king in the second tale — someone has to find
    • possible a picture of what he can find in the spiritual world as his
    • king cannot find, through any outward contrivance, what can be
    • find out, through the powers opposing human purity and nobility,
    • outer appearance, he is able to find what is right for him. With
    • ordinary intelligence, he might wander far into the world and find
    • them well, he finds what the outer physical forces had hidden from
    • second is this: you must never find yourselves at a certain place,
    • surprise, so he set about finding a light. He saw a little light
    • find the princesses. He went in and entered one of the rooms. There
    • he could find his wife again. His father-in-law said;
    • you find her at all it will only be in the White Country.” So
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    • Here we already find ourselves within the very subject of these
    • can find the Christ within an earthly action, within an event on
    • Earth. He finds the Christ within the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • cannot find its way into the minds of men. Evolution tends now to
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    • they are monotheistic — we shall find the reverence for, the
    • We can still find the term “Twice-born” in oriental
    • Institutions must be created today to find the Mysteries once more.
    • Find therein the Spirit's wending.
    • Find therein the Spirit's wending.
    • Find' bei ihm die Geisteswende.
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    • will find again what is truly resting as in a grave, namely the cosmic
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    • about finding a new Dalai-Lama, and then every young boy must be
    • find his god; how his soul dissolves into the elements which he was
    • that there may come a time when men will no longer be able to find
    • find no real link with his wife. But in what has come to him through
    • above the earthly world. The result is that he can find no inner link
    • find no bond with anything earthly. This baptism and the
    • The old Count searches for and finds her there, and she
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    • pass into the spiritual world without finding in themselves a point
    • there to find the way to human hearts, men must inevitably lose Him
    • to come again to the earth, helped him to find a human incarnation by
    • science. To find the right approach to world-evolution it is
    • fully acknowledge. You will find that what is contained in our
    • and derive all kinds of ideas from them, one is on the way to finding
    • discoveries make it essential that the ideas shall again find the
    • drama, who had to fall into a pathological state in order to find the
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    • necessarily involved if it is to find its way into the spiritual
    • soul which wrestle with the question: How can man find the link with
    • am referring was able to find from experience that those upon whom
    • second edition appeared in 1832. It actually reckoned to find a
    • the seal on a man's whole being. He will not be able to find
    • go forward to a time when we find, first of all, Christ as an
    • and you will find yourselves asking: How did Homer
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    • seventh or eighth millennium of the pre-Christian era, we find that
    • a “folk.” Today this seems paradoxical; we find it hard to
    • above and beyond the physical sense world before he can find it again
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    • find out what people say to one another in ordinary life.” In other
    • his physical body; whereupon soul and spirit must find their way back
    • as to how a soul fares after death: how it can find its way back into
    • dear ones, to help them find the lines, planes, forms, by means of which
    • to find its way back to the spiritual world.
    • to understand how the soul, deprived of its body, finds its way back
    • the soul has a certain relation to the discarded body, it can find the
    • to find meaningful costumes, you must go back to more ancient times.
    • if we descend to the mouth, we find that it is related to the third
    • we find little — but out of the temporal universe, then the
    • apprehension of Anthroposophy. That is why inartistic people find it
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    • on dipping down into the physical body — of finding in it a sheath
    • dimensions to the etheric element, we find everything oriented
    • and drama man must find his way back to the spiritual.
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    • reality and, solely through its own power, endeavored to find a path
    • soul, subjectively, seeks access to the spirit. Unable to find in the
    • and less brilliant life-practice; an age which will never find the spirit
    • writers. Not only Goethe but many others despaired of finding their
    • Therefore his longing for Italy, his hope of finding there, through an
    • vividly: that Winckelmann went to the south, to Rome, to find in ancient
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    • into the cosmos to find a content for their spiritual life, or to satisfy
    • which finds expression through words, was the medium by which man entered
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    • of color one finds in
    • would find our way back to the spiritual-artistic. Exhibitions must
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    • tomb-architecture. It cannot find its bearings in the storms of weather
    • quite different. And now it does not wish to be as it finds itself on
    • find right access to his physical body. On the other hand, if the soul
    • impression. You may find a certain contradiction because those born
    • now enter man's inner nature, we find something set against the external
    • it, upon the nervous system. If one looks into the human eye, one finds
    • the ideal human archetype I must begin by finding a way to insert myself
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    • paintings of earlier periods one finds the inner or color-perspective
    • we live in an age when we must find our way back to the true nature
    • art historian to find out whether or not they could learn something
    • art and science, they realized that they had to find their way to the
    • find our way back to the spiritual, to presenting dramatic figures in
    • dry symbolism or allegory — find our way back to the spiritual.
    • for which I do not care too much) we must find the way back to presentation
    • of the spiritual, the genuine, the real; must refind the divine-human
    • element in art by refinding the divine-spiritual.
    • parent. If it finds its way back to its origins and is again accepted
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    • satisfaction to find that here in England you are ready to consider
    • to such things as thinking, feeling and willing we find no reality in
    • seeks knowledge of man must find it in Anthroposophy. It is obvious
    • observe this same child at the age of fifty, I should probably find
    • this body in the child, it really is terrible to see how he must find
    • but you will find that most people do not even know exactly where
    • particular word, you will find that you thereby entirely drive out
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    • if you are inventive, you can find in point of fact, pictures for all
    • look around you will find plenty of objects which you can use to
    • establishment of today. You come into Class I A, where you find a
    • in the Waldorf School you find no such thing. You go into the first
    • If you go into Class B you find that this teacher is letting the
    • You would never find uniformity of teaching in Classes A, B and C.
    • knows what kind of hocus-pocus going on, and in V B, you might find
    • Waldorf School, for though there is freedom everywhere you will find
    • curriculum? They do not find it at all unreasonable. They find it in
    • finds its rightful place if it is to be the guide and leader of the
    • the innermost depths of his soul, and the teacher must then find the
    • beautiful because you find it beautiful, and therefore point it out
    • only do harm. The important thing is to find a loving word, a word
    • the handbooks on education we find all kinds of intricate details
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    • there, you will find that most of them have reddish-yellow flowers.
    • find out what kind of soil each plant belongs to; the art of manuring
    • say according to their soul qualities first of all, we find cruel
    • are brave fighters and we find courageous animals amongst the mammals
    • too. We find majestic beasts. like the lion. In fact, there is the
    • brave. We should find it a very one-sided arrangement if people were
    • distributed over the earth in this way. You do sometimes find such
    • in animals. Rather what we find with a human being, especially when
    • animals? With man we find that he can really possess all qualities,
    • with all his other organs you can find that man, even in his external
    • the human kingdom. Indeed this is the way man can find his
    • not find the world less interesting than a man does. A man can make
    • up the scent of the man, follows it and finds him. All this is due to
    • everywhere in the wide world you can find some connection between man
    • out of themselves because their education has not led them to find
    • concrete details you can find the right way of speaking of the plants
    • will always be a question of finding out what the development of the
    • kinds we may give the child in an artistic form what he himself finds
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    • children like this for some time. Then you will find that one
    • really find its way into the children's hearts. This can only be
    • attained by knowing your children. You will find that you can acquire
    • such an important place in teaching. And you will find that the best
    • and one must develop true religious feeling by finding in oneself
    • find the right pictures you can work with the child in this way all
    • find pleasure in this picture-making. And you will see that when, by
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    • find today is that the ideas a teacher has are largely abstractions,
    • probably find that the thread of your recollections breaks somewhere,
    • you may find that what I am now going to say will be rather difficult
    • can pass on and say: “Look, you can find the number two
    • find a remarkable analogy for this human head. If you have a car and
    • but in a healthy sense. And humour must find its place in teaching.
    • had and you know what is left over, and you have to find out what was
    • and the remainder and have to find the subtrahend, you will be doing
    • “Here we have the whole, the product. How can we find out how
    • five can I make? Then I find out that there are eight more groups of
    • whole, the product, and find out how often one factor is contained in
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    • finds relationship to space.
    • only expresses certain forms. For you will find that the child has an
    • and to find ways and means of making faithful reproductions of the
    • now been completely drawn in. The astral body finds its way slowly
    • So we find the nervous system being constantly worked upon by the
    • finding its way into the physical body with the help of the air
    • must yourself find joy in it.
    • English included, we find that the vowel A expresses astonishment and
    • only thought out with the head. Today you mostly find that people
    • they want to find the right word in translating from one language
    • together that you find “testa”
    • necessity of finding his place in it; when he thus finds his way into
    • Sport and Gymnastics arise. In these man is trying to find his own
    • he should be fit for the world and be able to find his way into it.
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    • children a mineral and say: this is what you would find if you were
    • the other end another force, as one so often finds in the Physics
    • change of teeth you will find it is specially the head-organisation,
    • badly you have taught. If you had taught well you would find no
    • find out how old they all are together.
    • but where can you find such a sum in reality? The men are all living
    • it is all added up together. This you can find repeatedly in the
    • For in Einstein's books you even find, for instance, how you could
    • find, for instance, in the “exemplary” Kindergartens that
    • latter case you will very soon find that you yourself as the teacher
    • boys and with greater eagerness too. You will find many other
    • question of finding out that in the one case the child has an
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    • to find the part: that is one kind of division. In the other kind of
    • division I start from the part, and find out how often the part is
    • pleasing system than this. I hope you find it so, because then you
    • out you will find that a transition also takes place in life itself.
    • all that we find in optics, for example, where people are eternally
    • really find these rays of light? They are nowhere to be found. What
    • now finding that there are not only children but also teachers who
    • it is at present, but through Anthroposophy we find the best method
    • for it. It is difficult enough for us to find sufficient Religion
    • settled entirely on grounds of expediency. If you simply find that
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    • fifteenth century, we find a collection of inherited maxims that
    • attempts to find how they may be removed. But there is no penetrating
    • attained without finding out. Only then can we investigate how to
    • counter-balance it. Only then can we find out from what angle of
    • principally giving things which you cannot find in books or lectures
    • find stated and illustrated elsewhere.
    • skeletons. There, too, we find a certain weight pressing in a definite
    • exist. They must operate. In seeking them we shall find that which has
    • principle in the human skeleton, one finds that there is something
    • parallelogram. We find resultants not to be found among the forces of
    • “jump” leading from animal to man. Then we can find the origin and
    • indicate little by little these lines of inquiry; we shall find much
    • lies in the nature of man. Thus we may also find the way back to what
    • cropped up. But the issue has been evaded again and again. I find
    • university! That had been remembered and recorded, but we could find
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    • Now we must be able to find the bridge leading from the healthily
    • (Archaeus). If we wish to find a current term to designate certain
    • his future, and his present state prepares for it. We find perhaps
    • But it does not do so, and is obliged to find expression during sleep.
    • medical profession find it inopportune to follow up all the ultimate
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    • If we examine the medical curriculum of today we shall find, roughly
    • find this a defect on the theoretical and intellectual side, but will
    • takes over the functions of the leaves. Here we find a high degree of
    • round, becomes a supporting organ, and finds its base. These are
    • gastrula is cut in two, we find that each half behaves just as the
    • will find the following peculiarity: what we are accustomed to term
    • like the cells of the blood, are indivisible. Thus we find that in a
    • illustration — a lung. Here too we shall find that we have drawn away
    • extracted in the service of soul and spirit? Here you will find the
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    • settled these preliminaries, we shall not find it possible to deal
    • not go so far as to say by all. You would then find the number of your
    • Try particularly to find out why the opened sheep exhales so foul an
    • to find in every chapter the refrain: In cases of this disease we have
    • example you discover a landscape, in which you find a number of
    • and fauna, inasmuch as within the circulatory function we find
    • other. You will find that remarkable changes of form occur in the
    • species of animals have several appendices) you will find a remarkable
    • that reconquest we shall find the purely materialistic achievements of
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    • find more approval among those who are not Anthroposophists. Perhaps
    • wherever possible find out — (I will mention every factor, although
    • Then we must find out the relationship of both physical and etheric
    • jumped to conclusions. How can we find a way to the relationship
    • how one can recognise the particular methods of finding out the
    • Suppose you find a case of superfluous and excessive activity of soul
    • Thus we find phosphoric and saline substances, polar opposites in some
    • evident in all mercurial substances. You will find accordingly, that
    • phosphorous and saline substances are best qualified. We shall find
    • it you find the blossoms and seed organs which are normally united to
    • pole we find that the root process which the plant develops by
    • importance as substrate substance of thought. You will find something
    • roots, we shall find a definite affinity with what can be applied to
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    • functional sense. Therefore, in order to find the direct
    • outside the earth must first be considered and we shall find that the
    • complementary relationship of man and the plant, we find special
    • applied to what appear to be the very same symptoms, to find that it
    • works of the past would do well to keep in mind, wherever they find
    • find as many days in the course of life, as there are breaths in one
    • element by the physical body; you will find that there are 25,915 or
    • the day. You will no longer find it unaccountably strange that the
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    • you will find that in childhood there are forms of illness which break
    • age into consideration — you will find that diseases tending to
    • arisen in that Cellular Pathology and Cellular Physiology which find
    • the experiment, in order to find out the inner relationship between
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    • our own inner being. There, too, we shall find a certain relationship
    • and taste, we find that in them the outer and the inner merge, as it
    • In plants, therefore, we find a strange metamorphosis. The
    • Here we have the “ratio” for finding remedies and light is thrown on
    • To find the next step, you need only remember that wherever it is
    • come to the opposite pole of the sense of sight; we find, as it were,
    • find the digestive function.
    • And we may even find light thrown upon the remarkable interaction
    • Thus we find thinking and representation as the one end of a
    • the more deeply internal the process, the greater the need to find its
    • chewed. Then we find a synthesis of smell and taste, aroma and
    • flavour, as for instance in balm or ground ivy. In such cases we find
    • the process of smell and taste. So we find the converse of respiration
    • man and the external world. We find interactions that directly depict
    • the periphery? Where can I find something in myself that is akin to
    • it? If I look into my own heart. I find, as it were, the inverted
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    • but into the mineral kingdom as well. You will find that the same
    • foundations for curative treatment. As a general rule we find that the
    • obtain adequate comparative data on this topic. For you will find the
    • organic processes and you will find that “change of air” (whether by
    • (which are often difficult to find out), to induce patients to
    • in the organism are interdependent, and that one must find out whether
    • or not a hidden interplay may be at work. For instance, we may find
    • above the heart we find the polarity to the formation of silicates in
    • body. But suppose we find injuries and morbid symptoms produced by
    • and you will find that at the beginning of digestion, the substances
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    • regulative principles, can find out many things which can be verified
    • We shall find its characteristic effects to be the increase and
    • produced? We shall find with this particular plant, that this effect
    • guiding threads to find out in a rational way the curative remedies.
    • take the trouble to do so. We find that Cichorium intybus is not only
    • One finds its effects extending fan-like in so many directions. We may
    • digestion? We shall find that this effect is due to the bitter
    • (the Horsetail). Here, too, we find strong effects as antidote against
    • find they are due to the silicon content of the plant. And these two
    • any search for a “ratio”; and therefore we can find so little occasion
    • and we find a middle region in him, which causes the swing of the
    • way as to find within it the factors that play a part in therapeutics.
    • one finds out how far a man is tending to admit or to reject the
    • control the total shaping of man — find their last expression in
    • you will find also the formative forces in plants and minerals This
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    • predisposition for understanding. We find carbon in extra-human
    • more in mineralisation. He finds that the main role of carbon in the
    • in extra-human nature. And concurrently we find the way in which to
    • drawing breath — and if we examine this process, we find the polar
    • One final comment; you surely need no longer find it strange that
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    • find that (with two exceptions) all these are found in combination
    • with other substances within the human organism: as a rule we find
    • question, we look for and find in the organic systems of the human
    • we also find tin, and iron as well, iron that as the only constituent
    • into the core of man. Then you will no longer find it strange to bring
    • him aright we shall find that the archaic atavistic medical wisdom,
    • In pursuance of these phenomena, we find we must study on the whole
    • find that all bases have a tendency to support such human processes as
    • so forth. One must find out what operates in a certain direction after
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    • and must, be changed. But we must find a substitute for surgery: both
    • science finds that the etheric body of the patient remains as a whole
    • tumours. The point is only to find out how to treat the mistletoe
    • After having formed such concepts one will also find out the
    • Believe me, the exponent of spiritual science finds the mere phrase
    • respectively. But we can find no fundamental principle here, unless we
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    • as a betrayer of the mysteries. Thus people can always find a
    • with creative imagination we find a half-conscious, dreamlike remnant
    • of the organ of vision. Having once grasped this, you will find that
    • cases, where you find both sets of symptoms, the tendency to
    • with this faculty we study the formation of the ear we shall find that
    • is the other one. But we shall find that it corresponds to the basic
    • Those who are not in a position to find and recognise the healthy
    • reversal of functions, as, e.g., we find it in passing from the cheeks
    • interior. There indeed one finds, in the external formation of man,
    • the ego to its framework. If you find it necessary to reinforce the
    • will find that it will be necessary to re-invigorate the ego's
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    • understand; but the blackbird does not find them difficult — but easy
    • To find the way back to a right and sound understanding of the world
    • find in them the tendency to retain the root forces even in the
    • material at your disposal. You will find corroboration, down to the
    • position of the spleen in the whole organism, you will find my
    • statements corroborated; whereas at the same time you will find
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    • You will find the way if you consider the following. Think for a
    • metabolism. If you investigate rationally, you will indeed find that
    • above downwards, we find that the organs above the centre benefit
    • “If thou findest the right measure between the strengthening by
    • can find our way far better in the light of primary phenomena than by
    • formed in the youthful organism finds its right use and place in life
    • You will find most conspicuous in the latter what I pointed out in the
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    • his arms and legs and especially of his hands and feet, we shall find
    • School, and you will find the boys knit and crochet as well as the
    • have extracted from the ascetic point of view just what they find
    • they appear?” Suppose we find the sufferer is of hypochondriacal
    • potencies. If we find that apart from the illness, the patient is of
    • spiritual science finds it necessary to emphasise the healing elements
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    • the disease, for whenever lower organisms find suitable soil in the
    • itself. Here you find the attunement of the upper with the lower
    • pulmonary sclerosis. Thus we find that the trend of the plant towards
    • find rhythm active in the human organism, but a rhythm different from
    • of painting, you may find that if at the same time he is robust enough
    • find a clue to his condition in the upper bodily sphere, in the lungs,
    • rhythms, which find their crudest expression in the respiratory
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    • earnest and careful study, we shall find it remarkable (at least to
    • forces of heredity? For we know, do we not, that heredity finds no
    • to find out how to shield mankind from the ravages of heredity. The
    • as shown among “bleeders.” You will find a striking phenomenon, known
    • If you analyse the aforesaid facts, you will find a striking concrete
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    • activity of this area, we find that essentially it has to do with an
    • and in such cases we find results diametrically opposed to the
    • itself, as we find it upon the earth. For all that appertains to the
    • especially in the therapeutic literature, we find the remedies
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    • want to ask your attention to the following. You will find it
    • away from this life of soul, and then we find, behind the bodily
    • diseased liver, or if it finds in the physical and the etheric body
    • then in this body you find liver, lungs, heart and so on. With all of
    • defects are really defects in the will; for even when you find a
    • able to cope with what it finds before it. There is the possibility,
    • the good development of the model, we find a defect in the will. The
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    • scientific way of thinking, you will find it full of the forms and
    • have to take, in other illnesses, the symptoms, that help us to find
    • modern view, which tends to degenerate into the conclusions you find
    • years), we find nothing at all in the human organisation that could
    • and you will find that the latter are “dead” thinking,
    • dealing, who has been given into our charge, to find his right
    • does this mean in practice? If you find that the etheric body of a
    • strengthens itself, then it become feeble again. So that we find in
    • interesting. And then, watching all this objectively, we shall find
    • would find its fulfilment only when the child had passed through the
    • powerfully upon our minds and hearts, then we shall find ourselves
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    • have to find the method of treatment for almost every single child
    • a right educational treatment; and we shall find that in an illness
    • what underlies the illness to what ought to be done, we shall find
    • not, into the forces of gravity when we walk; we have to find our
    • What they would like to do is to find their way to the element of
    • it were, making it impossible for the human being to find contact
    • of your own instinctive insight, you must put it to the test. Find
    • giddiness. If we should find that the gaps in consciousness are only
    • If you find this to be
    • find methods of treatment that will help epileptic and epileptoid
    • being that we must work. And it will be a question of finding the way
    • finds expression in moral defects. You see now what are the inner
    • from pre-earthly existence and should find its way through to an
    • We shall find, if we
    • deformations of the physical organism. And whenever we find in a
    • allowed to find its way down into the will-organisation, it must
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    • descriptions of this that you find in the chemistry books are not
    • will always find also the physical correlate of secretion; even where
    • the secretion is not strikingly present, you will find that it can
    • be surprised to find in him this hyper-sensitiveness, this
    • conditions which find their outlet in life in a clearly recognisable
    • what it really is, then we shall find that this true and essential
    • speak about that also; we shall find that it assumes quite other
    • have to give your attention to the excretions. And you will find you
    • the tempo. By such means you will find you can work very strongly
    • teacher who can understand these things will learn to find for
    • to intimate details of this nature, we shall be able to find, if we
    • everything Spiritual Science can give, you will always find that
    • only way he can succeed in finding what he must do in the individual
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    • psycho-analysis. We must observe the child and find out what kind of
    • right disposition of mind and soul — we shall find for the
    • find rhymes; all the rhymes have been used before! It is the same in
    • real beholding of the world — you will find that, if you have a
    • may be some among them who cannot say a word; you will find this
    • child in this way, you will find that you gradually whisper away the
    • contained — as it were, in already digested form. You will find
    • fail to find the right resonance in the metabolism-and-limbs
    • legs did not want to receive it. If we find this — that the
    • heavily on the soul, we shall find that moods of depression and
    • shall find our way to the right methods of treatment.
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    • the immediate facts and findings.
    • (to the boy) Come here a minute! — you will find many things to
    • concluding that you will find in such a person a nervous system that
    • conditions, however, under which the boy finds himself at the present
    • verdict! — most persons are highly unskilful. They find it
    • ingenuity. And wherever you go, you will find evidence that this
    • attention, we shall achieve something; we shall find that even right
    • supple and pliant. As we go on, we must find it possible to talk to
    • children catch it! You will find that if you want to help children in
    • gebeen”. He is finding his way into the German language quite
    • to attain this, then we shall find that our study and work in the
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    • objective facts of the case. We find in this boy a relatively very
    • body is weak, and fails in its task; hence we find in him two
    • finds expression in the violent twitchings and spasms.
    • the left. This finds expression also in the fact that the child turns
    • condition in which we find him suggests that the model organism had
    • tolerate just the particular kind of food that should find its
    • acid fruit juice. In this way you will find you can accustom him to
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    • embryo, you will find that you have in this child nothing else than a
    • shall have to find their interpretation. And let me ask for your
    • and the astral body are finding it impossible to make their way into
    • back to the embryo condition; and you will find infantilism in all
    • superficial way, you can hardly do otherwise than find him a kindly
    • you will find that consciousness — which should, generally
    • head). As to the spiritual findings, they are to the effect that the
    • side. Externally, you will not find much else to note about the boy.
    • idea that he must go and find some scissors. It was this little girl
    • head that you will find the results of this poorness of
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    • find his way far enough into the physical world for him to be able to
    • whatever he finds good intellectually he at once turns into will. Let
    • the same defect show itself in the intellect, and you will find the
    • somewhat troublesome burden, but in a region where the child finds
    • which was already present in him as a child finds its fulfilment and
    • finding its way especially into the imagery he uses in his lecturing;
    • child, we should find it possible to speak with him quite plainly and
    • as far as possible, darkness. It is important however to find a way
    • disintegration to be found? We find them where radium occurs. And
    • stiff and hold herself in. If we can bring this about we shall find,
    • He will find this a good material for meditation. It is a prayer to
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    • carefully how the boy's interests work. You will find they remain in
    • this boy, you will find that as soon as you draw his attention to
    • decided upon by the head does not easily find its way down into the
    • children with the same disability. Try it yourselves; you will find
    • which they find themselves. Boys who are at the age of puberty
    • and takes a keen interest in the objects and processes that he finds
    • In algae therefore, since foliage preponderates, we find no very near
    • can you learn to perceive such facts for yourselves? You can find
    • when they should do so, they find themselves assailed by a vanity
    • to find the development of the faculty you seek, by spinning out all
    • must say in connection with this very case, I have occasion to find
    • Uranus stand? Did you not find any special constellations? (Dr.
    • of man, we find that he stands in connection on the one hand with the
    • environment of the children to see where we can find sulphur. The
    • seldom occur. We shall have to find what we can learn, not from the
    • us. We must first find the right questions to ask; when once we have
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    • this kind occurs, which finds expression in the soul organism, then
    • finds that easier.”) So the capacity for receiving impressions
    • need to find something which will have, while working together with
    • it into a finely formed script. And you will find that while he is
    • the point where I said we need to find the cosmic impulse that can
    • physical body. In connection with the etheric body we find that the
    • the members that have not yet developed in man find their support in
    • find planetary influences which, under normal conditions, exert no
    • find; and we have here a clear instance of how by looking at what the
    • have struck you that you find here in this region, Uranus together
    • before; but when we examine more nearly the position of Mars, we find
    • considering that the girls are sisters. That we find in the elder
    • important for us is that we find here a constellation that is
    • organisation. Consequently we find that in the growth process that
    • “That we find ourselves in the situation of having questions to
    • members. Anyone taking such a path would find himself in danger of
    • feelings in the background may have ample opportunity to find
    • point expand to the circle. As you do this, you will find that
    • beginning your work; find what impulses are there that can inspire
    • would, I believe, find yourselves well repaid if, now that I have
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    • to find in that pedagogy the kind of education with which we can
    • one is accustomed to find in a certain so-called normal form, may
    • him which is finding expression in these abnormalities.
    • fundamental perception, we find ourselves ready to approach in a much
    • we shall have to take care that we find the right way to accustom the
    • the whole human race, we find it subject to all manner of diseases.
    • a regular chart or map, and then it would not be difficult to find
    • astral sea, borne hence away from the body, you will begin to find
    • meditation. And he will find that he is guided into the state I
    • in this direction. For you will never find that one who is genuinely
    • rightly in the world. And then you will find that the Medical
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    • every human being who has a longing to find the answers to
    • by which a fully- developed human being finds his orientation
    • general principles. (You will find them described in greater
    • turn our gaze to the great outer world, and can find there
    • excessive. We turn to the plants, and we find in the common
    • way of remedies in recent times we find that they have only
    • to-day must aspire to find it now that we have the great wealth
    • the subconscious life of many souls — a longing to find
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    • organs and so find it possible to obtain a conception of the
    • find himself faced with endless enigmas of the human organism.
    • certain guiding lines which enable us to find our way through
    • the rhythmic system that we find that the conception of it is
    • two others) — then we shall find a polar antithesis in
    • senses from this standpoint, we find that it spreads throughout
    • fantastic concepts often formed by physiology), we find that
    • hearing and so on; but we also find that he is entirely
    • in certain of the lower animals you find, for instance, the
    • their case it is etheric; or you may find the pecten or
    • healthily, we find that its working depends on a certain
    • organs that lie between these two, and there we find that they
    • Spiritual Science to the aid of our diagnosis, we find that the
    • the kidneys. We must search for it. How can we find ways and
    • And now we find that the function of the
    • acid to find its way to the kidneys.
    • this weakness of the Ego-organisation. In certain cases we find
    • Ego-organisation. Thus, even as we find that the silicic
    • enhances their sense-faculty, so we now find that such a
    • correct way for treating dyspepsia, we find that
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    • we find that that part of the organism which shows us, first by
    • the head — we find that the head throws out,
    • the human organism, we find that sulphur and
    • disintegration. Outside in Nature we find the forces
    • you study anthroposophical literature, you will find that it
    • given by materialistic science. You will find it stated that
    • find such a remnant in plants that are parasitic — such
    • be quite clearly perceived. And indeed we find that the best
    • noble mission. The doctor will only find the right place for
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    • find the answers to questions regarding the meaning of life,
    • fully-developed human being finds his orientation in the world
    • principles. (You will find them described in greater detail in
    • can find there what, under certain conditions, will act so as
    • excessive. We turn to the plants, and we find in the common
    • remedies in recent times we find that they have only been
    • to find it now that we have the great wealth of Science behind
    • subconscious life of many souls — a longing to find what
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    • organs and so find it possible to obtain a conception of the
    • structures but according to their living nature, will find
    • guiding lines which enable us to find our way through the
    • the system of nerves and senses from this standpoint, we find
    • formed by physiology), we find that man ‘perceives’
    • on; but we also find that he is entirely permeated by the
    • in certain of the lower animals you find, for instance, the
    • their case it is etheric; or you may find the pecten or choroid
    • is functioning perfectly healthily, we find that its working
    • these two, and there we find that they have their own specific
    • to the aid of our diagnosis, we find that the kidney is acting
    • it. How can we find ways and means to introduce just this
    • And now we find
    • the sulphurous acid salts enable the silicic acid to find its
    • Ego-organisation. In certain cases we find that the fault lies
    • find that the silicic acid process (which lies at the root of
    • to the kidneys enhances their sense-faculty, so we now find
    • organism in the correct way for treating dyspepsia, we find
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    • man's whole development from childhood onwards, we find that
    • head — we find that the head throws out, during the
    • the human organism, we find that sulphur and combinations of
    • integration and disintegration. Outside in Nature we find the
    • anthroposophical literature, you will find that it gives quite
    • materialistic science. You will find it stated that the
    • periods of evolution. We find such a remnant in plants that are
    • processes can be quite clearly perceived. And indeed we find
    • noble mission. The doctor will only find the right place for
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    • We shall find that a real, unprejudiced, historical retrospect shows
    • the more we find greater and greater reality in our thoughts, and it
    • above, one finds that from the scientific point of view it is
    • animal, we find ourselves concerned only with its three principles
    • observation of man, we find, when we have progressed yet further with
    • position to find man's relation to the various kingdoms of Nature,
    • find in the mountains — in fact, all forms of silicious substance
    • But we find quite a different relationship towards the spiritual when
    • the astral body to find the cause of an illness rooted in the
    • investigate physical medicine, they would find it not at all difficult
    • bases emanates from minerals to a very large extent. We find that the
    • though another trunk were beginning to grow; and you find something
    • example, one finds
    • of the age seeks to find in the Anthroposophical Movement.
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    • We shall find that a real, unprejudiced, historical retrospect shows
    • the more we find greater and greater reality in our thoughts, and it
    • above, one finds that from the scientific point of view it is
    • animal, we find ourselves concerned only with its three principles
    • observation of man, we find, when we have progressed yet further with
    • position to find man's relation to the various kingdoms of Nature,
    • find in the mountains — in fact, all forms of silicious substance
    • But we find quite a different relationship towards the spiritual when
    • the astral body to find the cause of an illness rooted in the
    • investigate physical medicine, they would find it not at all difficult
    • bases emanates from minerals to a very large extent. We find that the
    • though another trunk were beginning to grow; and you find something
    • example, one finds
    • of the age seeks to find in the Anthroposophical Movement.
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    • of a particular person, you will find it excusable, if a very natural
    • being done which is not practical, and so much finds its
    • the home where I did not find the kind of hearing that I should
    • have liked to find, so that what was only words might have
    • should have obtained a hearing, was it possible to find any
    • social problem of our times: in what does it find its
    • expression? — It finds expression in everything, from
    • find their answer, when people see fit to introduce
    • runs through all the ranks of the working classes; it finds
    • expression in quite definite impulses; it finds its
    • ... we find, matched one against the other, on one side those
    • the market today, we find capital transferred
    • to this principle of Supply and Demand, we find human
    • in the real world we always find two opposites going together:
    • you find them discussed in my book
    • Services can only find their right place In the
    • find as the collective totality of interests when we come to
    • asleep through all that has happened, one finds so much in
    • value, so that they may find their rightful place socially in
    • as well as for the present time, is that we should find means
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    • go back in time to the most ancient Lemurian Age, we find the
    • then trace it farther back and find it again in another
    • at Shem more carefully. We find that his etheric body
    • you find in Biblical history.
    • could give Abraham the impulse that you find so beautifully
    • into his own etheric body, we can find other personalities in
    • to find, on the basis of judgment and intellect, verifications
    • scholastic books, compare them with recent findings of
    • ourselves. Then we would find the whole process of our world
    • the ego on the Earth. Finally, we would find how everything
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    • the purpose of finding in them the most notable initiates.
    • If you read other writings by Nicholas of Cusa, you will find
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    • farther back, we find other catastrophes. The volcanos that
    • we find increasingly more developed as we go back in human
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    • is how it became possible for him to find in himself the
    • altar. Therefore, we find combined in him the qualities of
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    • are inspired shall find special expression in this beautiful
    • efforts. Also, this family must find great satisfaction in
    • walks of life and whom we can find everywhere are the true
    • to find only matter — material things. Granted, new
    • life and you will find out there our leaders of civilization,
    • find in his mystical writings.
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    • universal existence without losing ourselves. We can find a
    • and we find there elements that are designed to awaken in us
    • universe. For every inner-process we must be able to find
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    • able to find through this event the blazing fire that will
    • appearances so that humanity could find its way back into the
    • became possible for human beings to find the way back into
    • Christ, the soul had gained the strength to find its way up
    • must pass to find the Savior — the Savior who has
    • rebirth to which we cannot spiritually find the way through
    • beings who have made themselves mature enough can find it
    • Maitreya-Buddha, would be unable to find people on earth who
    • an even deeper understanding, the Maitreya-Buddha will find
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    • Principle finds its way into the human soul. Rosicrucianism
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    • can find the light of Christ — that which has immersed
    • individual, if properly applied, to find the way back to the
    • old gods. Thus did the human being in ancient India find his
    • the Event of Golgotha, for human beings to find the world of
    • you will find Nirvana — rest within the divine!
    • the soul would find God by going back; Zarathustra said it
    • would find Him by going forward.
    • Alpha or in the Omega, you will be able to find Him. What is
    • important is that you find Him with your own heightened human
    • power. Those forces necessary to find the God of the Alpha
    • necessary to find the God of the Omega must be acquired here
    • Omega. He who is content with finding God and just wants to
    • events. It had now become possible for human beings to find
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    • searched for truth could find both religion and wisdom in the
    • world and to find the way back to it.
    • task was to find the connection between the physical and the
    • modern languages. All the magnificent words that you find in
    • This second disciple was Moses, and you can find the wisdom
    • him. This disciple was Moses. You can find such facts
    • spiritual force that we find in them now. As occultists, we
    • occultist can test these findings. In the realm of spiritual
    • economy we not only find what these exalted men left behind;
    • spiritual world, he finds nothing. Everything seems to be
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    • “be” and cannot find any other point at which to grasp this
    • have no way of finding anything else in us except by methods that
    • Universe. We have no more right to regard the findings of physics and
    • find discussed in textbooks, even for the most advanced students.
    • inward nature than any you will ordinarily find in geographical works.
    • place you can find the remains of the old Druid cults, fallen stone
    • — we find it is like writing something down and immediately
    • where the hill is hollowed out, so that you find yourself in a ring of
    • present, we find human souls in whom, during a later earth-life
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    • find that the whole spiritual and social guidance of human life in a
    • we no longer find the sort of waking condition of today, with its
    • we fail to find this logical consciousness, which appeared in full
    • more with living pictures than with abstract concepts; and we find
    • needing comfort could find healing power. And what we have often
    • to find the original forces for the unfolding of freedom. This quality
    • find any basis for his existence. He could no longer perceive what lay
    • finds its place in human evolution. This Deed, accomplished on the
    • a more hidden part of man's being and we find them only indirectly.
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    • — we find that all sorts of experiences drawn from earthly
    • call Edward, and you will find that you have somewhere heard the name
    • to him, and how it finds entrance into the real being of man. The
    • to find out if there is any reality in the spiritual world. Of
    • written. People don't like studying Anthroposophy; they find it
    • step into the spiritual world where we immediately find the protest
    • natural laws as the last word, we find ourselves face to face with
    • sphere, he plunged into the outer ether. There his experiences find
    • be gone through in order that man might find his connection with what
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    • the Sun. When we look at the single dolmens we find that they are
    • we find these old heathen centers of ritual show that what they
    • there arose this most ancient conception which we find at the very
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    • these things. We find that the intercourse between the living and the
    • looks back at the man who stayed behind, he finds that, in general,
    • that the living took with them into their sleep, but fail to find
    • world, and when the dead approach them they find a barren field; this
    • can find no harvest-fields after death because his whole family are
    • materialists, can find some in the souls of the Anthroposophists with
    • clairvoyant vision find persons living between death and a new birth
    • day with spiritual thoughts. For instance, we find in the spiritual
    • this man unable to find his wife, who was the very sun of his
    • all, he cannot find her. This may happen. There are many people today
    • becomes as it were extinguished, for we cannot find the living friend
    • many a soul who, after death, finds many obstacles put in the way of
    • yet he can find no comfort in the loving thoughts of those he left
    • experience of them, we find ourselves confronted with quite different
    • quite clearly as regards Kamaloca and Devachan and yet find it
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    • this clairvoyantly we find ourselves obliged to look for them in very
    • early childhood. There only do we find those forces at work which can
    • find a spot on earth, however isolated, where external civilisation
    • the feeling that it is, indeed, a misfortune, one we find difficult to
    • centuries before our birth, that it should be so, we shall find it
    • the general conditions there; you will find these in my books. But I
    • the happiest of lives, and finds himself obliged to take his natal
    • incarnations. It is just as rare to find the forces developed
    • for this purpose, as it is common to find a certain lower clairvoyance
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    • (Empfinden) which lies at the basis of such a way of
    • Earth, with the soul-element of the Earth, we find that now this
    • the course of the year, we find the Earth in yet a third condition in
    • Hence it is out of ancient wisdom that you will find written in the
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    • exists. Then, should mankind not find it possible to resist these
    • inner force of his soul, he can no longer, of himself, find anything
    • fading, ripening plants, with the dying Earth, by finding the right
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    • perceiving (Empfindung), and feeling and willing — and how
    • under the ground, while to find the sunlight they need to come forth
    • man through the Resurrection of Christ would find the force to die in
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    • find people with the common consciousness interested in the human
    • which can only work in the bird world because they find their way in
    • in our language. You will find in Goethe's Faust the expression
    • in these performances we find our way into the unbelievably close and
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    • teachers, they were given certain mottoes of which we find adaptations
    • associated with the birth of Jesus, you will even find one which says
    • that there the human being can find what he has to seek in spite of
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    • will come when a great many people will find themselves asking: “Why
    • Of attempts made to find an appropriate form in which to portray this
    • of fact, man will not actually find himself with feet of horn, but the
    • only find easy access to the blood by way of the breath, so the
    • In legends and fairy-tales we find, sometimes more and sometimes less
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    • it is typical. For again and again you will find that truths which
    • of the human being, finds there — or rather pre-supposes
    • the subject of today's lecture, which I think you will find helps to
    • can find traces of this deception in the science of the present day,
    • through the literature on the subject to find what a very great deal
    • Man is really coarsely organized; we can sometimes find evidence of
    • And if to the question: Where are you? you want to find an answer, not
    • consists in finding the true balance between them. We do it
    • Beginning from the head, we find that there Lucifer and Ahriman have
    • When, however, we follow the form of man further down, we find a
    • than we find that the left half grows brighter and clearer than the
    • also we find that man is not the being of space he appears to be. For
    • them. We find here a somewhat different state of affairs. Ahriman
    • we find that the good Gods have thrown up a barrier against Lucifer;
    • find the plane by taking the skeleton and removing from it the skull.
    • why you find a bush in one place and flowers in another. For I creep
    • physiologist: “I find your activity when I look down through a hole in
  • Title: Lecture III: The Balance