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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • books of all people. They are found as an example in the Bhagavad
    • Gita, the hymn of human perfection. Too, they are found in the Old
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • unfathomingly profound. One cannot achieve anything in this area save
    • public will be found in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • What is found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment is
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
    • they found the path leading into their inner being and because they
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • profound influence women had, for example, on the whole intellectual
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • essential importance. And one found, even in the most popular of
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • found in the breathing process. It is a familiar fact that men
    • between men and animals is found in the fact that the
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • foundation for the right solution of the nutritional problem. This
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • investigated, it will generally be found that they eat meat.
    • for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • stands upon such a foundation that it can say that when man enters his
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • the world, mysteries lying at the foundation of the universe; yet even
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • skepticism, to Christ. In future, Jesus will be found on that path we
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • to present in connection with the profound secrets of human evolution.
    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the Collected
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
    • doors to the living Christ. The dead, who know that Christ has found the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • founded upon any external procedures applicable in laboratories or
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • what it has to say from Buddhism; it is firmly founded on the premises
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • spiritual world has been possible only since the founding of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • only be researched spiritually. Christ Himself could be found
    • in the mysteries to withdraw from his body. He can be found since the
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • or as a founder of a sect, but instead they need to be addressed by an
    • unassuming scientist who draws their attention to what can be found in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This profound spiritual responsibility that Steiner put on the Germans
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • profound connections beyond the external developments that we are
    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • magnificent painting The Last Judgment, which can be found in the
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • decades several men there aspired to profound accomplishments, for
    • Destiny”). Corresponding remarks can be found in the Berlin
    • Darwinism” in Methodological Foundations of Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • come here today for the opening of the group founded by our friend,
    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • these working groups, we will continue to found them in full
    • of course, be found among those who in the sixth epoch have still
    • in that epoch. We found communities of human beings within which there
    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • through the blood. Community that is founded not upon the blood, but
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • the earth during the winter, but are to be found only in the cosmic
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • apparent contradiction is found when a knowledge has been gained of the
    • that Darwinism would solve the problems of life, were unfounded. (Here I
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • foundation for the social structure of humanity.
    • are placed. We must at first lay the foundations for such
    • as one is adverse to entering into the spirit and soul foundations of
    • that a foundation for the political thinking of the fifth
    • found during the second half of the 19th century which referred to the
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • mobility. Many similar examples could be found of Hermann Grimm's
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • Germanic world during the first centuries after the founding of
    • of the Roman element had even found its way into the wild Nibelung men
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • comparison is no mere analogy, but is founded upon facts of the spiritual
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
    • spiritual science. And such a foundation is available when the spirit
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • constructed a deeper foundation for these questions, by saying that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • more or less solid, or at most solid-fluid, substances found in him.
    • stands on the ground — and no relation is found between the two.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • foundation, primarily, in these Moral Intuitions. Therefore
    • foundation of the past that has dissolved into semblance, through
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • morality, so that the moral meaning of the world's order cannot be found
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • be found on the mountains in the juice of the Soma.
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • It must be found entirely anew.
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • healthy solutions can be found — as I have explained in my book,
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • In the deep foundations of man's being lies the will. In many respects
    • foundations as a necessary force.
    • outer symbol, inasmuch as beneath the foundations of the most
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • is to be found nowhere in the human organism except in the region of
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
    • Soul is found in other of his works.
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • example, be found in the poison of the deadly nightshade. We also
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • physicians too found their way to this movement. They are seriously
    • many cases the foundations for the actual comprehension of processes of
    • illness and healing are lacking. These foundations are lacking in official
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • foundation of anthroposophy certainly do not exclude therapeutic
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • something, and they found that the communications of the gods
    • found in Plato that this was indeed so in ancient times. Today we can
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • original German text of this lecture can be found in the Collected
    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • that Shakespeare's fame spread so quickly proves that he found an
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • moral balance towards the beings and influences found in the
    • found.
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • when such things were founded, from an atavistic feeling originating
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • the educational foundations of the Waldorf School, and I alluded there
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • If we study and compare many things that are to be found in
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • permeated with spiritual science. It will be found that in languages
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • institutions and foundations. And although the Lodges have lost their
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • charitable institution or have contributed something to its foundation,
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • asked what is to be found in
    • Christ Jesus in Ahasueris. That is the deeper foundation, the
    • Ahasueris have a true objective foundation. We cannot
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • being present in the physical frame — then it is found that from
    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • [A more exact description is to be found in
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • exact are to be found in the Gospel of St. John — we have that
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • his inner being. But a cleft arose in art. Richard Wagner found
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
    • Citadel of the Grail was founded. The cup was guarded by the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • respect grows up within us. Profound wisdom was taught in the early
    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • Earth-epoch, but it received its first foundation during the ancient
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • horizon, and this same statement can also be found in Schelling’s
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • pride and arrogance, that human wisdom and all that may be found in
    • be found in Planck’s introduction to his “Philosophy of
    • will be found ABOVE. But its INFLUENCE in the future will depend upon
    • progress will in future be found by those souls below who say to
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • and winged wheels, of the curious pillars and columns to be found in
    • explanation, but it can only be found through insight into the
    • epoch. Its origin is to be found in the fruits of the ancient Hebrew
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • architecture of the future can be found? ... I shall try now to
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • descendants are still to be found in the interior of Australia.
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • second to create the foundations of material culture, and the task of
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • founding of) the Knights Templar, the actual messengers of the Grail.
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
    • foundations stretched across the districts of the Ural Mountains and
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • the foundations of the soul. Years ago, the human being had perhaps
    • gently hint that in these demonic depths beneath are to be found the
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • of thought found in the concepts of mythology. For the ideas which
    • are to be found in the myths, and the origin of what they express
    • Osiris-Isis-Myth arose as the representative for profounder truths,
    • foundations of the human soul. The Egyptians desired in this way to
    • order to have a foundation, let us consider the Osiris-Myth in its
    • a long time for the corpse. She found the body at last in Phoenicia,
    • North a hundred years after the founding of Christianity, and he
    • found there had of course other names yet he recognized their being
    • regard the myth as foundation for all sorts of world-conceptions, is
    • in a human being, had found his centre there in order to work in the
    • of what lies at the foundation of all this.
    • make use of the Sulphur to be found in him. Were man able to make
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • slain, she departed on a search for the dead body. She found it at
    • profoundly in the Osiris-Isis myth. Over to Phoenicia must Isis go to
    • letter-script was ‘found’, invented, as we say, in
    • concept in the abstract script has also found expression in the
    • a pernicious sense today is found in all old religious rites: the
    • understood, is profound truth, needs hardly to be altered at all
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • deeper foundations of such Myths as the Osiris-Isis Myth; we have
    • contemplation of the Gods, is to be found in the Old Testament
    • important that we can lay one thing as a foundation; I have
    • profound allegorical-symbolical manner of speech they had put forward
    • Isis, found that she is asleep. And so one can say: the real
    • paper — covered with all sorts of writings of a profoundly
    • crown which is written upon in the new deeply profound scientific
    • tombstone had been found in Belgium upon which there was likewise an
    • same sign is found in Lauenburg and Belgium then naturally no
    • one finds a second time what one has found a first time, one takes
    • same logic. This is the logic in fact that is to be found in our
    • be found wry frequently! But what is the essential point of
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
    • profound Eulenspiegelism — I should say ‘natural
    • themselves very profound when they do it.
    • And with this, one thinks one has said something most profound. But
    • that it is false what the modern profound scientific method has to
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • cosmos and what is to be found there of the Gemini nature — on
    • spirituality as this fifth epoch. Courage must only be found to drive
    • the money-changers out of the Temple. Courage must be found to
    • unfounded to say: Well, what can I do by myself? The world takes its
    • his speech are to be found the fine words ‘The accused were
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • purpose. In order that we may have a foundation as broad as possible,
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • forbidding picture of Spiritual Science that he found it was not at
    • has read a lecture and has found that this is not the case.
    • is therefore no proof that a man has found something antipathetic to
    • be found in anthroposophical Spiritual Science.
    • forward because it points to the profoundly important fact I
    • be found. But in any case, as it is now — to the dislike
    • already been found on spiritual scientific soil — even such new
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
    • is no better foundation than the natural science of the present day,
    • that is only to be found in me as man; I have to await something.
    • though they have not seen the foundations and the roots. Things
    • and then they will be able to co-operate in what must be founded.
    • first of over eighty Waldorf Schools was not founded until 1919.]
    • profoundly connected with the deep knowledge which man can only gain
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • tomorrow on what he had found out or learnt today — because he
    • found through that of which we have spoken, through the maturing
    • to be found between successive periods, similarities of the most
    • diverse kinds. We have found a close similarity between our age and
    • the right spot. Just as little can reality be found in the
    • abstract, paradoxical, but they correspond to profound realities;
    • mainspring of the present so-called war is to be found in the general
    • spirituality must also be found which is connected with the earth's
    • if the path to rejuvenation is not found, the evolution of mankind
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • of verification of them; for, if he found only what he had already
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • afterward; and in America are to be found those souls who lived in
    • only — although somewhat more profoundly — the history of
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • foundations. If, because of feebleness, we have only forces of
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • Spiritual Science is founded upon the same fundamental principles
    • This ‘going beyond’ is founded primarily upon the
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • and more precise details are to be found in my books,
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • endeavouring to develop an art of movement founded on the reality of
    • to forge with the Divine-Spiritual foundations of the Universe. In
    • inner security which can only be found in consciousness of his
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • continuation of schools which had been founded by the Church, so the
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • as their foundation and those in whom the old traditional thoughts
    • in those who have found a direct pleasure in Haeckel's “Riddles
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • For this reason, we cannot say that it can only be found among a
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • [a] case resembling that of the boy who found his death under
    • exist in the spiritual world. They may, of course, also be found in
    • of Beings that can only be found in the spiritual world. Naturalism
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    • in him a profound wisdom. But there is no trace of this wisdom in the
    • sulphur-process — are nowhere to be found in this form in
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha could be found in Europe. But these
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    • founded. He also referred to articles in a Roman Catholic periodical,
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual lay at the foundation of all ancient
    • start from a broad basis whereon can be found a large number of
    • the world, can be found by men when they become spiritual
    • I went on to say that the Anthroposophical Movement is founded upon
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • founded at Dornach in the Goetheanum and by the Goetheanum. For that
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal, for only under these
    • that they can be found in the natural way, and there they must be
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • stand upon the foundation of ordinary science, in the usual
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • with that part which, here on earth, lies at the foundation of our
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
    • painting may even be found here in Leipzig; but people do not go
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    • in the part where Sampo is lost and found again: it is, as it were,
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    • into account as a factor in the founding of the Anthroposophical
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • humility is hardly to be found.
    • regarding any matter. But the world is profound; and all that is connected
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • most profound problems of the world; and when these mysteries are mentioned
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • our souls from the whole essence of Spiritual Science and what is to be found
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
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    • the deeper foundations in these matters, and this knowledge has to be
    • for the causes in the irregularities to be found there. The question
    • period, where we found that there was nothing in existence apart from
    • For everything belonging to the plants and minerals has a profound
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    • the inter-working of the sexes is to be found in the fact that
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    • We can glimpse from this the deeper foundations of astrology. But we
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    • should have found an exact reflection of cosmic relationships in the
    • count those that form the foundation of these, namely the physical
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    • strongly as it can that a high level of intelligence is to be found
    • because people cannot read such profound writings today, they are too
    • healthy laughter, is found in someone as an end in itself, as
    • always unfounded egoism. That is why it is so moving when Homer says
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    • actually found them, the group souls around the North Pole. If they
    • North Pole, we should have found a spiritualising of the earth
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • the souls looked, they found a different possibility for developing
    • possible shade of skin colour. Look at the colours to be found in
    • found the peoples that did not descend right into physical bodies but
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    • He had to receive the foundation for this, however, and if the gods
    • had not provided this foundation for him in the first place, he would
    • this laying of a good foundation.
    • connections into which he is placed so as to form the foundation for
    • the Holy Spirit, he had first to be given the foundation, as is the
    • case for all creation out of nothingness. This foundation was given
    • the greatest, most profound foundation. If man becomes such that he
    • esotericism is connected with the profoundest thought in the whole of
    • foundation. My ancient heritage will in no way hinder me from
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    • foundation of the German Section of the Theosophical Society. Anyone
    • profound moral significance of the super-sensible truths pertaining to
    • Norbert [St. Norbert, c. 1085–1134. In 1121 founded the
    • founded a religious Order in the West. Before the idea of
    • founding the Order came to him, Norbert was a loose-living man, full
    • contained in the lightning. It was then that he founded his Order,
    • of its founder, in many respects it did good at the time. Such
    • understand the foundation of the legend that has grown up in
    • either be built on the foundations of spiritual knowledge — or
    • death in a favourable or an unfavourable way. It will be found that
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    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • religion among them did not do so, but instead founded a second
    • bound blood to blood and were a determining factor in the founding of
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    • day the girl found a pearl, thereby becoming the possessor of great
    • treasure, the pearl she had found.
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
    • matter of recognising the confirmations which can actually be found
    • research lack any real foundation, this is only a sign that he has
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • BC. and was the founder of logic, of the art of judgement; he himself
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    • Earth is the deed of Gautama Buddha, the founder of a different
    • Today, because of the profound significance of the
    • order that the way can be found from a natural scientific view of the
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    • its influence. St. Paul's profound esoteric knowledge exemplified in
    • well founded, but on the other hand it will also be evident that in
    • he could be endowed with the germinal foundation for the ‘I’,
    • astral body from the Spirits of Movement, and the germinal foundation
    • was rooted in profound esotericism. It was not possible for him
    • very presentation was based upon profound esoteric knowledge. We
    • lived, say, six or seven thousand years before the founding of
    • second Adam, the spiritual Adam. It is a profound truth that Paul
    • such a way that they become the foundation of the sense for freedom
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
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    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • first foundation was laid during the Old Saturn period; during the
    • Old Sun period the etheric body was woven into this foundation;
    • within us the transformed Saturn foundation, the transformed Sun and
    • by minds adequately prepared, are indicated in words to be found in
    • possible foundations for this attitude in their next incarnation —
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    • theoretical materialism are still to be found in certain circles.
    • by a seer? It is found that these were morose, hypochondriacal
    • always found it difficult to establish any relation with their
    • previous life; on medical examination they would have been found to
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    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • today. It is good that on the basis of what can already be found in
    • something that is founded in the depths of the Cosmos, that does
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    • over to externals; we will draw on the old tradition as found in
    • philosophy in its much profounder form, struggled to bring all the
    • explanation of the deepening of thought at that time be found. Only
    • what else we are — is to be found. In the very moment when one
    • that the root causes of this are a profound enigma. You must seek in
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    • studies how these powers would have found an abode in human souls —
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    • who contributed in one way or another to the founding of
    • who at that time founded the Zarathustrian spiritual stream and then
    • influences, the souls descending from the planets would have found no
    • of St. George vanquishing the Dragon which are found in the records
    • Many towns founded by the Greeks as colonies were named
    • Apollo, for whom a kind of confederation was founded later on.
    • the course of later time human souls would not have found bodies in
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
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    • of the Greek Apollo we found an echo of what had taken place at the
    • The profound difference between the Greek and the Hebrew
    • clouds and found his kingdom on Earth. The distinctive inner
    • commandment. The form of commandment found in the Decalogue is
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    • Holy Vessel — where is it to be found? That was the question.
    • Parsifal's arrival at the Castle is to be found in Chrestien de
    • questions in the morning, but when morning came he found the whole
    • nobody was there. He got dressed, and downstairs he found his horse
    • Castle moat. And he found no trace of the company he had encountered
    • Where, then, is the Grail, which today must be found in
    • found? Now in the course of my researches it had been shown to me
    • gold-gleaming vessel in its reality is to be found, so that through
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    • I have said that the stellar script is to be found in
    • the Grail is to be found through the stellar script, not the Grail
    • sickle; and there, in occult writing, is to be found the name of
    • nature and in the gifts of Grace. This harmony is found both in
    • found. Anyone who attempted it was bound to suffer pain. And since
    • to be found who had remained untouched by the controversies in the
    • that the place of Prester John is not to be found on Earth.
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    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • will have found that four periods in the development
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • A race of err-ant gods has found existence
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • him during the night. And many a one who has found a better solution
    • possession and therewith he acquired the sure foundation of his
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    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • than Plato when he explains Plato to his pupils! Hebbel, the profound
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    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • Of course, those who stand upon the foundation of
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • order to mould that which lies, spiritually, at the foundation of
    • Probably such a painting may even be found here in
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • world in which the dead are to be found — precisely then, when
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • always be found. But when these scientists approach feeling and the
    • process is to be found, and that thought and sensation are bound to
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • in everything and how its fragments can be found in all the
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    • profound truths of spiritual science. I therefore request those of
    • the foundations of a people, out of the spirit of the various
    • of homelessness has been attained, the way may be found back to the
    • developing as Spirit-self or Manas very little can be found in man
    • prototype; and that which is to be found in the spiritual-soul is in
    • to form the first foundations of his physical body, then those of his
    • age certain things of which the foundations were laid in ancient
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    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • influence of the abnormal Spirit of Personality are also to be found
    • the North American people, there you have a people absolutely founded
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    • In the spiritual-soul is first to be found that which is
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
    • the Dutch people split away from the foundations which it had in
    • together, just as we have found a domain in which the normal and
    • these a foundation is created for what arises out of them. If we then
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    • and at the foundations from which the several peoples spring, we must
    • which he is to be found somewhere about his twentieth year. All that
    • earth's surface; and thus were the foundations laid for the
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • foundations were laid which made it possible for a Plato to arise.
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    • lay a foundation by acquiring an understanding of the Hierarchies, to
    • to be fulfilled, or man could not have received the foundations of
    • period, in order on the one hand to lay the foundation of the etheric
    • to lay the foundation — through the continued operation of the
    • foundations, into which we have glanced a little to-day, appear in
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    • that in which Moon for the time being is to be found. This is also
    • Thus were the great foundations of the races created,
    • of Form to be found in Mercury. He intervenes by co-operating with
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    • foundations of these races, others were sent afterwards to those
    • ruling class of that land and laid the foundations of the first
    • is only unity, a Monon at the foundation of the world. Monism or
    • have the task of analyzing the foundations of the world and thus to
    • be found in Western Europe, and there the inspiration was given by
    • Celtic Archangel had founded a new Centre in the noble citadel of the
    • indicated, in how far he has the foundations for a Spirit of the Age.
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    • advanced human beings passed into Indian territory and there founded
    • the Persian civilization was founded, then the
    • another. For instance, the men who in old India founded the ancient
    • it was as though he found the spiritual contents of the world spread
    • to be found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • giving him what were to become his soul forces, and he found there as
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    • clairvoyance then still to be found in humanity, were transposed
    • mythology, there is not always to be found an equally clear
    • of the Ahrimanic influence is not to be found there in the same way;
    • that is only to be found where spiritual science has been taught.
    • that are to be found in the sphere of inner vision. They therefore
    • come across such a clear and profound knowledge of the fact that
    • like of which cannot be found, because no other mythology adheres so
    • That is the profound utterance of John the Baptist.
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    • foundation, a basis, to work from. For we shall deal with the nature
    • surface as was necessary to form a foundation for the whole culture
    • which has worked its way up out of the foundations of all that lies
    • places the ego among other egos. It was able to found the whole
    • from the founding of the external constitutional form. The union of
    • founding of the parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • culture which for its foundation and development works out the other
    • which we have so often found in the Persian mythology; it has the
    • to be found in the world of the East. By means of these feelings this
    • the ground of Spiritual Science that a comprehension can be found of
    • what is so profoundly understood by Solovioff in the sentence, ‘In
    • these things. We shall work further on the foundations of these
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    • still found it among the South Germanic peoples at the time when he
    • in the Germanic North the best conditions are to be found for the
    • the etheric body are developed will be found in increasing numbers,
    • found by Initiates. Humanity is growing into that world in order to
    • St. Paul saw as the living Christ Who is to be found in the etheric
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the vicinity
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
    • Mystery will be found to correspond to the truth.
    • I have found that many of those who have accompanied us
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    • science, but able to provide a true foundation for artistic creation, if man
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    • foundation of my own, independent method of research.
    • it, until it was there found heretical and turned out; and what had
    • a.d. True, resemblances may be found between
    • speak intelligibly about the ways and means found by spiritual science
    • researches. The method of research in spiritual science is founded on
    • is said that spiritual science is founded on what is to be attained
    • Gates of Knowledge, directions are to be found as to what must be
    • also to be found described in the above-named books. Through this
    • world is experienced with the senses. A second human being is found in
    • man in this way, as oxygen is found in water by the methods of natural
    • foundations of spiritual research. We arrive at leaving the body with
    • profoundest peace, and in complete harmony within the circle of the
    • belief be in any way lessened by what is found in spiritual science.
    • be found through spiritual science.
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • context, it will be found that, for instance, I never uttered such
    • think of the fact that nothing about repeated earth-lives is found in
    • versed in the culture of his time who could say that he found a
    • because nothing can be found therein about reincarnation,
    • found especially bad. Near the building with two domes stands a
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    • the founding of Christianity and in which many sublime cosmic
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    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • same spirit which we have found in his sculpture and painting. The
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
    • of life is to be found when we observe repeated earth lives and transfer
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    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • When the true foundations of these matters are
    • experiences in its deepest foundations when, lingering in this
    • The painting, too, that will be found in the Building
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    • large numbers of Europeans founded colonies and exterminated or at
    • but abstractions when their spiritual foundations are ignored.
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    • falsehood. This feeling may be found in great men and in
    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • An echo of this may still be found among the ancient Hebrews, where
    • Now that you are able to understand this upon a deeper foundation,
    • facts lying at the foundation of these things. During the epoch
    • truly objective foundation of human evolution always rebounds, flies
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    • have, to begin with, the force which lies at the foundation of
    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • Moon stage of development arose the first foundation of the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
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    • problems will be found to the degree in which men are able to feel
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    • Now it will be found that the concepts “true”
    • A certain clairvoyance will be found to enter into this
    • found that “true” comes to mean for us sound or healthy,
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    • important is not to found sects and societies with fixed programmes,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be found in asserting the
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
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    • is a thought-rhythm. But it is not a rhythm that can be found in a
    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • of which I have spoken. When these are experienced they are found to have
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • He can be found by man only through the awakening of an inner power of
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • With profound thanks
    • one first possesses as a foundation a practical acquaintance with the
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • foundations. They look at a beetroot as a beetroot. No doubt it has
    • true foundation to the story I have often told in other circles. In
    • in this way, and then apply, what we have found, in practice.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • Earth which is the foundation of all Agriculture.
    • account for earthly processes. These effects are found in what is
    • first place as to the geological foundation out of which it arises.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • include another substance, of the profoundest importance for protein,
    • foundations of these things. Otherwise the danger is very great that
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • must do so. This understanding must be found, precisely for the most
    • is founded on this perception.
    • an impression of the quantitative aspect: I always found, having first
    • take our start above all from man himself. Man is the foundation of
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • by certain other things. Only in one case a substitute cannot be found,
    • found in the same way in any other plant.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • weed.” Most of the authors, I found, if they tried to define what
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • not to be found in the tree. To understand the matter rightly, we must
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • such distinctions also). On this distinction they found all manner of
    • wish to create the foundations for an understanding of the feeding-process,
    • only the foundation for manifold experiments, which will extend, no
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
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    • the word in which all these letters are to be found. He is
    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
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    • Everything in the Zodiac symbols is immensely profound,
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    • that the Order of the Templars was founded in connection with the Crusades.
    • The Order of the Templars was founded almost at the very beginning of the
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • found everywhere).
    • Through the fact that errors found their way into human evolution, human
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • in this direction. For to the materialistic age that has found the enduring
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    • possessed by a few people, but it takes as its foundation forces
    • But a significant example may be found in the way in which one
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • pedagogy. At the Waldorf School at Stuttgart, founded by Emil Molt,
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    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • roughly with the founding of the Roman Empire.
    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
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    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
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    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
    • privileges, we have to recognise those who stand on the foundation of
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • Here are to be found the tasks with which our
    • universal import, found numerous associations of monistic or other
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
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    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • where Goethe summarises the lofty perceptions, profound thought and
    • essence. The abstract results of these investigations, to be found in
    • permeates such thoughts as are found, for instance, in
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    • recognised its poetic possibilities and would not have found
    • Egyptian culture founded by Hermes, the conditions heralded
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • where nothing physical could be found and darkness prevailed,
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    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
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    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • results of spiritual knowledge, when once they are found, can always
    • philosophy. In this Kantian moral philosophy Schiller found a
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    • wore symbols, of which they had such profound understanding that if
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    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
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    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • Anthroposophy, in laying its foundations, is as conscientious as any
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • times, but to times more recent — we found much of what had been
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
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    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • spiritual conviction was born, for example, what has found expression
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • steeped in fear. You found your social order upon fear; you create
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • be found even among people who have come from the same milieu. But
    • adjustment must be found.
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    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
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    • which can be found in the world as material substance, will not be
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • precursory of things which found their real justification during a
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • Father-principle can be found, and atheistic opinions arose.
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • you were strengthened in it by the fact that a stone was found on the
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    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • they can establish sociology upon the foundation of natural sciences,
    • Many grotesque paradoxes can be found not only in rather
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    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • foundations for religious altruism in the first place, and,
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • National Being. And herein lies the profound inward falsity
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
    • analogy they found was a very thin one and lies chiefly in
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    • comprehend what has arisen here on this foundation is
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • For them it represented a transition from the profound,
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be found by a soul inwardly unsanctified, whose feelings are
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • conception of the world built upon such a foundation? It was believed
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    • sick man, profound insight into the deeper connections and
    • turn the foundation for a knowledge of man that is intelligible to
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • School at Stuttgart was founded. All the principles of the art of
    • well-founded deduction of Spiritual Science.
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    • thou hast living experience of soul and Spirit, thou hast found the
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
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    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
    • who walks on the earth. This was why they found it so difficult to
    • found on such and such a page. This are the sort of thing that leads
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • It is profoundly
    • human soul, just as it was found in the ordinary, everyday atmosphere
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    • a necessary foundation for many other perceptions which we need — a
    • foundation on which we shall afterwards have to build in our more intimate
    • physical and bodily. But the spiritual as such is nowhere to be found
    • at least the foundation of our Thinking. Without
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    • into opposition to the well-founded results of the investigations carried
    • less changed or unchanged, are to be found there in the rock-material
    • originated, while only later the basic foundation of the lowest layer
    • and of natural philosophy, found this oldest rock-formation of the earth
    • the earth-being. Profoundly moving and leading more deeply into the
    • information can be found in my book
    • at the layer-formations to be found in the earth's upper crust.
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • found in organic bodies.
    • processes — and then spiritual processes. This foundation
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • process of decomposition and provides a foundation for the finer
    • beginning their ascent on the foundation of the solid earth. In the
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
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    • are situated in the body. Here too are to be found the thought-forces
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • “Muspille,” a poem which was first found in a book
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
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    • which we are striving in the domain of Theosophy has already found
    • summer work that at the founding of the Branch at Neuchatel, the need
    • was only usurped, when a complete contradiction is found in her own
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    • found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and speak in
    • have found nothing. But I once found one small echo of these
    • and in all directions are to be found Spirits of Courage or
    • spiritual foundation of our life is present, though it is not yet
    • foundation — this fact, that the beings belonging to the
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    • observed the space of ancient Saturn we should have found no
    • profound feeling of bliss at the vision of the sacrifice; he will
    • giving, which could not have been found on ancient Saturn. For just
    • soul-experience as a foundation.
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    • spiritual to be found behind the phenomenon of heat, and then that
    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • so difficult to perceive that words could hardly be found in any
    • Cherubim. In this sacrifice is to be found the actual essence of all
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is
    • to be found in the world there is divine-renunciation. Just as heat
    • found expression in the smoke of the sacrifice. Suppose these
    • easily be made, (and I want you to let these thoughts work profoundly
    • recollect those words, which are to be found alone in the Gospel:
    • opponent in opposition to Him. This picture makes such a profound
    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • foundation of things. We see, too, that our era had to come to
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    • been able to grasp as the inner movement of that life. We thus found
    • is even to-day of profound significance. It is indicated in the
    • What kind of learning would it be which found a place in our soul,
    • when those Beings found their sacrifice rejected. In a spiritual
    • found that this sacrifice was not accepted because the Higher
    • the question as to whether anything real could be found in our world
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • Paul was — that He died, and rose again. But the foundation for
    • we have found pre-eminently on the physical plane something which
    • ‘reality’ may be based on very different foundations. The
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    • characteristic element to be found day by day, hour by hour,
    • and used this to give a character, a foundation, to the
    • found its be-all and end-all in people enriching themselves
    • cannot say that the judgments, ideas and notions to be found
    • found in Rome, is indeed older than our modern states. It had
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    • can have a profound and truly significant effect on people to
    • to be found with Jacob Boehme,
    • thinks he can do this with all those harangues profound
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    • founded the Jesuits precisely because of his Judaism.
    • and has not found another one which suits him as well as the
    • way will only be found if those who have the inner
    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
    • could be found, and if this did not come from outside, people
    • It cannot be done. However, some people have not found a way
    • outsider attitude is to be found in our ranks exactly at this
    • profound seriousness and dignity, and to consider them in a
    • opponent. The real reason was not that he had found
    • will be found. But, people being as they are today, it is not
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    • insight, but because of the instinct to be found in this
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    • be found both on and in the earth, as well as the properties
    • be found for this. At Constantinople the spirit was made
    • future are very much mistaken. We need serious, profound
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    • had his profound Intuitions;
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    • found something like it, at an instinctive level, with quite
    • alive in everything, and that this spirit can only be found
    • assume the individual concerned found himself in a situation
    • at once, in dualism — to enter into profound thought
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    • found, as many people find, that it does not matter if the
    • for it has made a profound impression in the present time. I
    • this is an erudite, scholarly and truly profound individual,
    • profound.
    • which could be found again and again, came from economists
    • East. Last year I discussed the profound difference between
    • available. Such contrasts may be found in most areas, and we
    • Wilson's more recent tirades may be found in those pages.
    • Pretty words can always be found, even if the reality is
    • that was particularly to be found in the Theosophical
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    • means they are no longer to be found in the heavens, to use
    • the biblical term. Instead they are to be found in the human
    • has profound significance. The people of the nineteenth
    • found if one knows the spiritual background. It has to be
    • useful to consider this, for it has profound significance.
    • would have found a way of removing everything he had written
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    • would not think, would you, that profound, significant,
    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • clever people, many of them to be found as members of the
    • are not to be found in them.
    • they have air — not in the vacuum to be found under the
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    • this are to be found in Brehm's
    • Germanic human nature presents itself in a very profound way
    • I was sent a treatise on profound theosophical matters which
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    • have never failed to recognize the profound significance of
    • darkness which came down with it laid an adequate foundation
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    • also spoken of the profoundly significant battle which took
    • between the physical and the spiritual worlds can be found by
    • found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate
    • found to vaccinate bodies so that these bodies will not allow
    • depth; they are in some respect profound. It is fair to say
    • that the people who have been least profound are the literary
    • will help us to be on our guard may be found hidden in Part 2 of
    • It is a profoundly significant symptom
    • It is necessary to take these things with profound seriousness
    • Characteristically, someone like Oswald Marbach only found
    • and in all dignity, the profound significance of the fall of
    • wrote the poem to mark the anniversary when Goethe found
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    • say that whilst the profound break came in 1841, the whole of
    • of profound significance has thus been initiated. One
    • a social phenomenon traced back to its spiritual foundations.
    • that Darwinism intervened so profoundly in human evolution,
    • This touches on a profound and most significant law of
    • The list can be found in Francis Delaisi's
    • one called so and so is doing that.’ Delaisi has found
    • dealings. They found it perfectly possible to combine their
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    • must continually be found again, and ever again.
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    • continue. He observed the plant in its development and found the
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
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    • The profound
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • and then anthroposophical study of the symbols and parables to be found
    • leaves depend upon forces that are not to be found on the Earth but
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to the conclusion that all rocks found on our earth have in the final
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • the spiritual life lying at the foundation of everything!’ Then
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • this impulse, which only found its most characteristic
    • laid the foundations of his celestial materialism — for
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    • influence at that time, we found the declining aspect of the
    • hand, we found the other aspect — the rise of the way
    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • Earth-intellect, even as it can be found in the deep depths
    • of the Earth, — just as the Christ-Child is found in a
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    • only to be found up yonder in the Heavens, but that man too
    • for the true inner Man, who can only be found within us by
    • can be found in man himself, the evolution of man, is
    • healthy feeling of the truth can only be sought and found
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled,
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of the world also
    • foundation of super-sensible knowledge.
    • primordial epochs that part of man which lies at the foundation
    • foundation of natural science we only have hypotheses in regard
    • upon a natural-scientific foundation, we must envisage the
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • it. Although we may feel deep pleasure, profound satisfaction and
    • super-sensible essence of man and of the universe can be found.
    • ancient connection with the Divine. It cannot even be found by
    • found, if we apply the strict, exact method of thinking which is
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • FOUNDATIONS OF
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • foundation of such visions, which are so beautiful and poetic in
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
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    • mechanical-naturalistic foundation. This spiritual life is only
    • more profound souls almost in the form of a prayer by saying: the
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • sphere, to the divine-spiritual which cannot be found on earth.
    • place in the development of humanity was that people once found
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • knowledge man may hope for a perennial Bethlehem. A profound
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
    • foundation of feeling lie the metal influences coming from the
    • foundation of all this? It is based on the fact that there is a
    • the present, then the life foundation of the past through that
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
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    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
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    • it had found an abode in man, it dwelt fully in man, and man had
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • all the simplicity of the villagers, but profound seriousness
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • ‘Just because no meaning can be found in the external, it must
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • Since then I see those eyes in deeps profound,
    • But where shall it be found; if into some knowledge it doth flow,
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    • deeper foundations. There is a deep meaning in the fact that in
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • on the Cross! A wonderfully profound picture, bringing the entire
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    • “Zarathustra,” the original founder of the Persian
    • in the Vedas, and in the profound philosophy of the Vedanta, of which
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • the mysterious being who was to be found when a man descended more
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • clothed in the words of its great founder. These things pursue their
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    • found the fragments of his dismembered body, she buried them in
    • profound insight into this relation of man to the Cosmos. It was
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • of spiritual activity to be found in Nature. Now today I am going to
    • where they wished to do some research. They found a man by the door who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • of pitchers. The matter became clear to me only when I found that these
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • general statement that a divine ordering lies at the foundation of the
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
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    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • world are only improvements of those lower functions found in
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • Believers,” and if one reveals that which is to be found
    • scientific foundation the members of these races are
    • “Secret Doctrine” there is to be found another
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
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    • instance, the following is to be found. It is there said,
    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • foundations of life is sought in what life leaves behind. Now
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • can be found. Thus, only that which is brought to a living
    • Ego-conception, as is usually found in man. Man places
    • to-day. It will then he found that a living spiritual
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    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • suffering of minerals can only be found upon the Devachanic
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • found partly on the physical plane and partly on the one
    • the second part, or member. Where nerves are found, there the
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • form the foundations of Nature. In the future, it will be
    • plants is to be found at the center of the earth. This is
    • found in higher Devachan, in Arupa-Devachan. These three
    • are to be found. The forces of the minerals, active as
    • The Divine element is profound, and an eternity is needed in
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    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • returned to his native city Frankfurt. There he found a
    • directly something to be found here or there in our world.
    • Thou dost permit me in her depths profound,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • degree of his progress in that direction is found in that
    • to be found for Faust. But that is impossible in the physical
    • the foundation of physical things, no more discernible by the
    • true spiritual life can finally be found.
    • only is the animal at the foundation of man's development
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
    • soul has the profound experience — when returning to
    • “now I stand upon a free foundation; I will
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    • evolution the feeling that something can be found in human
    • our now to be founded Anthroposophical Society. For there, too,
    • hold, if souls be found who understand it in its full
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    • foundation of all Science in those days.
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • simplicity.” Beauty is to be found in the simple, not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
    • space, the Divine Spirit is to be found. This was the creed
    • human and the animal world is to be found, but that something
    • spoke of a God, a pantheistic God, who is to be found
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • chemistry already demand a spiritual foundation. Geology and
    • in fact it was found that, by using Darwin's method as a
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • never found his way to spiritual science; hence he barred the
    • Will” all that he found upon the path of knowledge. His
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
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    • schooled in order not to be utterly confounded. This
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    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
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    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • — is no more profound than this. Only, when it is a
    • words are added — ‘profound,’ ‘cosmic,’ ‘abysmal
    • deep-seated were the foundations of the conflicts which
    • qualities, coming from strange foundations, — qualities
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
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    • relation to the Time-Spirit. But we are entering very profound
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • Him may be found — out of the Spirit of our Time. This is
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    • human emotions, men gradually found their way to the view
    • the world, the equality of all men, a thought profoundly
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • point here to a profound mystery of the Old Testament
    • spirit, but is to be found in us because we are clothed in a
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
    • Thus did the profound German mystic, the Silesian, Angelus
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    • this legend there is profound meaning. We are to
    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • not to be found directly. All that was done in humanity, more
    • sun, the Christ-light. This fact, which marks a profound
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • of theosophy, in the profound poem, The Mysteries, which
    • But no one will, despite profound reflection,
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • at a place where the profoundest meaning of Christianity is
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • we are made acquainted, in a profound, manner, with the
    • Within these walls we found a shelt'ring home.
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • He found his sister peacefully asleep,
    • And thrilled with joy she found her daughter freed.
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
    • beyond the dragon nature, was represented with profound
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    • indications. On the other hand ‘ man has laid the foundations
    • in order to prepare the foundations, first for his physical body,
    • found amongst the birds, especially the migratory birds. Here we have
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    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
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    • a Caucasian, expresses a profound mystery if we understand the law
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    • found therefore in the phenomenal world, the realm of Maya or
    • the foundation of what we call the history of mankind, the evolution
    • the foundation of the etheric body through the influence of the
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    • cooperate with them and diversify this uniform humanity, it was found
    • this way the broad foundations of the races were laid, and when man
    • Mercury, I include all the abnormal Spirits of Form to be found in
    • found in Southern Asia and in the direction of the Malay Archipelago.
    • Just as the glandular type is found distributed over Ethiopia, so in
    • these regions is found the type of man in whom the abnormal Spirits
    • its mission. In a profound occult sense the Biblical writer was able
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    • peoples, in those peoples who, at the time of the founding of
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    • appears in one mythology is also found in a like manner in another
    • founded there the sacred primeval Indian civilization. The next
    • men who, in ancient India for example, founded the ancient Indian
    • civilization — which then found its literary expression in the
    • that time he found the spiritual content of the world seemingly
    • found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • Archangels are to be found amongst the companions of Odin: Hönir
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    • that true reality was to be found in the spiritual world, whilst the
    • Luciferic influence can be found there. You will find evidence for
    • same extent; that is only to be found where spiritual science is
    • the world, in none of them will you find such a clear and profound
    • Palestine, know the Figure of Christ!” Those were the profound
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    • firm foundation from which to proceed. For we shall deal with the
    • relationships. They were the founders of civil law and jurisprudence
    • history records and which is found in the Italian and Iberian
    • government and the founding of constitutional rights. The union of
    • continent of Atlantis which will be found where the Atlantic Ocean
    • found in Eastern Europe. In this frame of mind this world of Eastern
    • profound interpretation of the sentence, “In the Beginning was
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
    • Living Christ perceived by St. Paul, the Christ who is to be found in
    • in its guiding Folk Spirit in order that the newfound clairvoyance
    • This may be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the
    • it is not subject to a religious Founder attached to a particular
    • have found that many of those who have accompanied us to Oslo have
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    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • found its way even into their paint brushes. It is
    • profound gratitude for the sacrifices made by every single actor. It
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
    • profoundly meaningful figure is regarded in our materialistic age is
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • The references are to be found in
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    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
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    • forces found in man's astral body as transplanted into cosmic
    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • of the Earth, and will be able to be found there for all time, though
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • forces of Zeus were once to be found in an Atlantean Zeus, in the
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • felt profoundly that the human form as it walks the Earth today is a
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • realises the profound meaning of Greek history if one enters into
    • can also be found in the Akasha Chronicle. Spiritual Science can once
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    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • gods were the thoughts of the lower gods, and these upper gods found
    • found it too difficult to enter into these dense elements, and
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    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • up the human being and which have a profound meaning for human
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
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    • that he has found what will continue to be regarded as scientific for
    • than was to be found in the earlier images. So that what the
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding of Christianity and
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • their course in inner struggles and conquests. The mission of the founding
    • had been founded. Such was Florence under the influence of Savonarola. He
    • It is a remarkable spectacle, the Rome where Raphael found himself at
    • physical world on the foundation of what man, as the citizen of a State,
    • have been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • Art, but from the age of its founding, the starting point of the whole
    • by man, so that he presses on words to the foundations and causes of
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    • he also found out the right card in a card trick, and so forth. In fact,
    • The foundation of mathematical thinking can be explained by the fact
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • which of course have only found their present-day development towards
    • And thus in the forging of the Sampo we see the profound mysteries of
    • the origin of humanity. We see profound mysteries from the ancient clairvoyant
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • material to be found on earth. We have learnt to make out
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    • foundation of plant-life.
    • something of immensely profound significance.
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • and spirit are to be found everywhere, we can allow ourselves to
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • foundation of active spiritual being. The Heights become Mysteries,
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • profoundly, for that is just how it is — it is true! It is
    • becomes the material foundation for the spiritual life of man.
    • are always being renewed. Today they are found among so-called
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    • be found to-day, even among the most learned Christians in the
    • be found. Anyone who assimilates w hat has been said in
    • by the existence of much profound and detailed knowledge aiming
    • profound thought in attempts to reach an understanding of
    • be found that the scale upon which have been laid all the
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity, we find there an
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • Christ. Those first bearers of the Christian impulse who found
    • Christianity becoming the motive force of profound
    • to be explained when the answer can be found to the question:
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    • child of St. Luke's Gospel was lost and when he was found he
    • to be found in many widely scattered regions. The rites often
    • easy to understand, these things have not found their way into
    • laying the Foundation Stone of our building in Dornach. Certain
    • Order of the profound wisdom that had sunk into the soul of
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    • things took place of profound significance not only for the
    • profound understanding of human life, deep and sensitive
    • life had been since his twelfth year, how he had found himself
    • profound and intimate understanding of his mood of soul, of his
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • knew how profound had been the words spoken by Hillel. It was
    • in Babylon and only later found his way into Judaism. But
    • spoke words of profound truth when he taught: Sever not thyself
    • life has been set, the foundations of which were laid by
    • Jesus could save Himself from them. He found the strength that
    • had left a deep impression upon Him. And everywhere He found
    • They recognised Him and He found among them those to whom
    • Foundation Stone of our Building was laid, tried to envisage
    • later on, is found to be worshipped in forms of cult the same
    • accepted as profound wisdom. This is the picture we must have
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    • description in 1917, and which is summed up in the Foundation Stone
    • have a firm foundation in spiritual knowledge, I can say: in them we
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • in her soul not only those forces, which are otherwise to be found in
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • thinking is founded on bodily processes. From this can stem the
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • bodily processes. But this can only be found by building
    • profound conformity to law that the abnormality is
    • reach the spiritual foundation of nature. We attain, in our
    • person, then the vital thoughts into which you have found your
    • spiritual science will be found to be justified precisely from
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • something which, if I may say so, is found only rarely in
    • abstract thinking to vital thinking is exactly as if we found a
    • Wahle found for instance, that ordinary consciousness
    • eternal in human nature. And on this foundation there now
    • a foundation of knowledge, not of faith, we can now say: as
    • recognizing how souls thirst for a profounder approach to
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • that he found himself increasingly absorbed into a lasting
    • Something much more profound is involved. What this is we can
    • examination of the foundations of human civilization. This is
    • he found in Kant or Comte; he has complete command of the modes
    • looking at the works of art he found in the South, he wrote to
    • Spinoza he had found divine power represented philosophically.
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • observing this attitude, we are profoundly struck by a word
    • later, Christianity was founded, and henceforward we have a
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • trained natural scientists on this subject today are founded on
    • within man, to reach the actual foundations of existence. But
    • foundations of the soul itself. Even such outstanding mystics
    • obtain by repeating the experience of the profoundest
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • charge is without foundation. The point of this philosophy is
    • acquaintance, you found a woman completely endowed with social
    • of the Waldorf School is also found elsewhere. What is
    • formulated social ideas, there lies something more profound,
    • reactions to them, are in the midst of a profound
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • nineteenth century onwards) must also be followed by a profound
    • to be found.
    • foundations. And however much these things are disguised in
    • foundations.
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • Yet the ritual act and its foundations in turn involved an
    • seen as the central social problem, was also found in earlier
    • shortcomings. Nowadays, we found associations for
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
    • foundations that took root in the souls of men, but at a time
    • Perceiving this psychological basis, this spiritual foundation,
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • founded, and at the same time that it is not fragmentary
    • of disseminating intellectual culture, as a foundation for
    • instincts, which are also found in animals, and all that is
    • the Orient. They have a profound belief in the spirit in
    • life, on foundations such as I have described, combining the
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
    • point of view, was the profound misunderstanding it met
    • position to exert that profound influence of which I have been
    • real foundations of law. And this also involved a battle over
    • the foundations of the state. At least, it was generally
    • foundations of law had been lost also meant, therefore, that it
    • foundation for it. On this foundation, men can enter into a
    • legislation, you often found that what they said, about the
    • state founds institutions out of spiritual life. But you can
    • Society after society is founded and draws up its
    • honest, there cannot well up, from a democratic foundation,
    • people once again found themselves face to face with a
    • When this happens, the law — which is founded on a human
    • true fraternity can found a way of life only if this derives
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    • it may be mentioned that societies exist in which people are to be found
    • compassion; right in the profoundest depths of their souls; one finds
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    • nerve-paths and the etheric fluidity found therein. You would
    • people are to be found who, according to the principles of these
    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • Buddha, that suffering must be overcome, A means must be found
    • to Comte. And so he even tries to found a Church on the basis
    • features, He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • started studying Jacob Boehme, and found in him that Spiritual
    • the type found in historical evolution, although he
    • will simply put aphoristically, without giving the foundations
    • for it in detail, the reason why this, which is not to be found
    • in Auguste Comte, is to be found in others. I have told you
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    • Theosophical Society and founded the Anthroposophical Society.
    • the foundation of contemporary life.
    • Germany, which was founded in the late 19th
    • to found a small community today in which everyone throws all
    • (Social Utopias). This book is also to be found in Rudolf
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    • of the Foundation Stone of the first Goetheanum at Dornach, 20th
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • on the Third Anniversary of the Laying of the Foundation Stone
    • our friends met to lay the foundation-stone of this building,
    • from a profound consciousness of the life and activity of the
    • creative thing, not merely on a foundation of modern spiritual
    • outlook on life; it corresponds to the answer the Greek found
    • philosophy. A great tide in art can only come from a profound
    • art, to show how it found a home in Pre-Raphaelite, in
    • which found such powerful utterance wherever it was sought to
    • wings of the heavenly spirit; this expression found its
    • Gothic art, when Dürer adapted his profoundly expressive
    • with a profound knowledge of Gothic art, yet far removed in
    • the meaning of the building whose foundation-stone we laid
    • profound experience flowing from the very essence of our
    • “This principle is not yet found.”
    • design. This principle is not yet found.” This is how the
    • foundation-stone, at a time when we were filled with our
    • be formed that other foundation-stone, which will bear into the
    • foundation-stone which we entrusted reverently to the
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    • especially when he had finished his Foundation of Science at Jena
    • has in an important address on Goethe equally found support in him.
    • alone can one see the deeper spiritual foundations? We shall now
    • pictures and the monks found themselves in between. And therefore
    • expressed things here and there which indicate the deep foundation
    • formerly found metals and so on, she now sees remarkable forms.
    • it will be found to be so, though in a remarkable way. The Snake
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    • ‘Oh, all sorts of symbols and meanings with profound
    • Science which is based on the objective foundation of observation,
    • means of well-founded methods of the teaching of cognition) for such
    • of the Green Snake, is to be found in the human soul, a thing we came
    • secret of it is fulfilled. The solution of the story is to be found
    • and you will discover that a whole world is to be found there, very
    • found already in the first parts of ‘Faust.’
    • And, again, the very nerve of Goethe's philosophy which found
    • expression in his Fairy Tale, is to be found also in
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    • fire which should have come from the foundation and source of life
    • following words: I have found nothing. These seekers into nature
    • generally found sleeping in men, had looked deeply into the hidden
    • Goethe found in him a truly human Faust. But that side of negation
    • Merck Goethe found a disclaimer of much that is worth striving for
    • could sink, but no connection could be found by reason between
    • presents itself. He has not found the way to the secret depths of
    • that he had not, up to that time, found the way to the source of
    • be found in outer physical science which is bound up with the
    • foundations of life out of spiritual science. He says: ‘Thou
    • what such dreamers tell us about the spiritual foundations of
    • of the seed sown in his soul first began to develop. He found a
    • found it strange that so little should be heard in Rome of ghost
    •  But didst permit me to look into her profound bosom
    • riddles of existence, which if recognized, would be found to be an
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    •  A flood of flame, we stand confounded ever;
    • breast in the morning-red, and found the entrance to the spiritual
    • dissipated’ will be found in this world, when it is
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    • Foundation Meeting, Steiner presents a comprehensive survey of the history
    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found expression in his whole life.
    • there a sign made upon a wall. Such memorials were to be found
    • was sound. But his memory was blotted out. And he found
    • re-awaken in him till he had found his way — he himself
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found themselves unable to experience death in the right way.
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • magnificent Vedas, in the profound Vedantic philosophy,
    • which he found in the external world or which he himself set
    • planetary existence and only later found his way back to Earth.
    • founded the cosmic colony of the Moon. For it is pure
    • came thither and found there an ancient Mystery — the
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • foundation of Christianity. And they are the Mysteries that in
    • After the pupil had found how in the one statue, owing to its
    • that which later found such perfect expression in the opening
    • Ephesus men had a profound understanding of this for they
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    • Foundation Meeting, Steiner presents a comprehensive survey of the history
    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • Some experience or other could perhaps only be found by making
    • Then later the two friends, Eabani and Gilgamesh, found
    • the midst of all this, like a haven of refuge where men found
    • foundations deep down in the inner connections of the evolution
    • Hellenic and Oriental civilisations. On every hand he founds
    • academies. The academies founded in Alexandria, in Northern
    • were founded, in which the works of Aristotle were preserved
    • mission of Alexander was founded, more or less unconsciously,
    • fallen, resolved to found a spiritual Ephesus that should send
    • this purpose that lay at the root of all he undertook: to found
    • laid for the founding of a spiritual Ephesus; and this
    • was to be found a civilisation that could be received from the
    • Found a spiritual Ephesus far and wide over the Earth, and let
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • is testified by the fact that Julian the Apostate found it,
    • of Golgotha found place on Earth was the way of external
    • Egypt alone, but all over Asia Alexander founded academies, and
    • only be found over in Asia or in Egypt; and it was into these
    • his writings on logic and philosophy. These lived on, and found
    • was still to be found in Europe even as late as the sixties and
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • knowledge of man on the foundation of historical insight, is
    • exists in the metals, as between those that are found in the
    • human being and those that are found in Nature. When we set out
    • these we have mentioned, that are found when we examine
    • found in man.
    • receives in infinitely minute quantities that may be found
    • The difference can never be found by investigating the physical
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    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • found when one follows the path that leads away from the
    • scattered places the true Rosicrucians could indeed be found.
    • his loneliness some Rosicrucian master was found by the pupil
    • fifteenth century a profound instruction of the soul being
    • a form of speech as needed to be found for the Spiritual Beings
    • They found a way to foster what had come down to them from
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Foundation Meeting, Steiner presents a comprehensive survey of the history
    • prepared and strengthened the founding assembly for his courageous,
    • Foundation Meeting.
    • built from orthodox science to what it is our aim to found in
    • must leave this Meeting, which has led to the Founding of the
    • Over the Foundation Stone laid here will be erected the
    • What from our Hearts we would found
    • in which you have laid the Foundation Stone for the
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    • the forces of knowledge, and it may be found distasteful
    • from any wish whatsoever to found a new religion. But
    • founding of a religion.
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    • convinced that when he founded a State, (if one wishes to use the
    • structures were founded under the influence of the third Hierarchy.
    • Anthroposophy wills. That world-view which found its special
    • world, and a bridge must be found between Idealism and Realism.
    • as regards the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere
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    • actually found everywhere in our study of spiritual science,
    • physical life, lie at the foundation of memory, Were
    • take no interest in discovering; what may be found at the
    • foundation upon which the spiritual being of man rises after
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    • pointed out that this unity is founded within the whole
    • a discoverer: At last he had found a unitary principle by
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • elsewhere, man first found his fulfillment, then there
    • man puts before us, we have then found the way into the
    • materialistic view and found in Ludwig Feuerbach, its
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • foundation of morality and goodness lies at the bottom of the
    • foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and immoral
    • obliged to work from a moral foundation. In those places
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the mere
    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • found.
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • force which in our last lecture we found to be the force of
    • the most profound moral impulse. If it is once
    • powerful moral impulse, something which is a foundation for
    • on it will be found more and more that in ancient times Man
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • if we lay Anthroposophy at the foundation, but we see that
    • moral impulses, to thoughts which are able to found
    • provide the foundation — even at the present time
    • is developing will also be spiritually well founded. With
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    • there is a profoundly human significance; the fingers of his
    • profound questions and problems regarding karma in general.
    • contemporary culture could not give him, found in Herder a
    • of form that is found in Corneille and Racine,
    • this. And thus, a profound longing to perceive “every working
    • constituted a profound trait of the soul life in the so-called
    • profound disharmony ensued between what they sensed within the
    • many to be a profound necessity. The eye was directed toward
    • he was superficial but because he was profound enough to grasp
    • intellectual activity can be found to work in two polaric
    • one possessing a profound insight into the interrelationships
    • it, he experienced in a wonderfully profound and intense manner
    • profound contrast between the aspirations of his age in what he
    • Profound, all-embracing human problems arose in the soul of
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    • known that after his death his heart was found to be dried up,
    • was profoundly inclined to occupy himself with super-sensible things.
    • spiritually, it becomes possible for us to sense the profound
    • ghost. But this is just the kind of event that so profoundly
    • his soul the profound truths that so astonish us in his
    • profound insights in his soul appear that we find in reading
    • profound relationship between the creative work of a real
    • most profound truths to expression in his Faust in
    • this in mind, we are led to consider an especially profound and
    • Me to myself, and all the most profound
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    • that may become a profound riddle in the evolution of humanity.
    • profoundly significant connections in the animal realm cause us
    • wisdom is to be found throughout the universe. Man, by reason
    • profound mystery-truth: not all people can dream in this way.
    • foundation may be created for a further evolution of the earth.
    • human being is thus really living in a profound sleep
    • enveloped there in his unconscious, profoundest sleep is
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    • found in the words:
    • furnish the foundation for closer relations between one person
    • furnishes the foundation for a united life that can bind all
    • about human progress is to be found in the development of the
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    • admitting that it is not to be found in consciousness but that
    • women is not to be found there, but theosophy and other things
    • profoundly observed only between the seventh and the
    • fourteenth. It will be found that something appears in a more
    • profoundly affected by the relationships we had with human
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    • have seen how involved the more profound questions of destiny
    • Vischer was as true a Swabian by nature as might be found in
    • reality have yet been found for it and there is little
    • and today must be found again.
    • still other things are to be found in Max Eyth. However
    • approaches the profound question of destiny. Here we have a man
    • itself in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will raise profound
    • the story, which this writer found in contemporary life. A
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    • be found also in a small brochure that contains the substance
    • also can certain concepts be found through which it is possible
    • in even by the example I have given. It is profoundly
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • significance of one thing or another is not to be found in what
    • discerning spirit who, from a profound knowledge of the Chinese
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    • medicine since he found that this discipline proceeded in an
    • clergy found that his views did not agree with theirs.
    • representing profoundly decisive views of the nineteenth
    • molluscs, indications are to be found of fetishism and star
    • ideas? How is one to explain, except on the basis of a profound
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    • Christian foundation, but without understanding it correctly,
    • without understanding, that his own foundation is that of
    • profound investigations, but I would have to speak for months
    • spirit, you will be able to answer that these profound
    • the way to Christ must be found. The paths that are used today
    • sense. That is, one who had found access to the mysteries was
    • understand a little better how the Christ can be found in the
    • spirit of our times; that is, how a way to Him can be found,
    • the planets possess a profound significance for our earth when
    • has profound significance for the cosmos. Here you see directly
    • must take to the Christ must be found. Just as we work all the
    • found. What I am now alluding to is connected with what I have
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    • we seek to understand in a more profound sense what the Christ
    • the form of the Roman Caesars, been found? In man himself; no
    • other persons make their gods. The Christ is found in different
    • profounder meaning of the luciferic temptation. What does
    • corporeal. Human souls would have found their salvation, but
    • found the way yet to really engage himself more deeply.
    • Mr. Leadbeater are naturally to be found, and the Lords of
    • example, related from one of his profound occult insights that
    • found because the deceased son points to it and describes it,
    • and it is then found in exactly the same place that he
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    • Golgotha — 747 the actual date of the Foundation of Rome.
    • At the time of the Foundation of Rome the old possibility was
    • conclusions founded on reality in thought. We may say that
    • The Foundation of Culture in the Nineteenth Century,
    • can that be found.
    • What today from any experiment in physics is found as matter
    • This majestic and profound mystery, at the same time
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    • profound significance. As the negative impression of the
    • founding, the invention, of the machine loom up to the
    • curious way the bourgeoisie have found themselves between the
    • is a system founded entirely on words. This is because as yet
    • Socialism is a world-outlook founded on the perception of a
    • however have found pleasure in the peculiar — we
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    • the answer can never be found. Everyone has to own this after
    • be found again. And this can only be realised on the path of
    • would have found in the old Mysteries, in the Pythagorean
    • not be found unless we turn to the theory of metamorphosis.
    • founding these societies for Ethical Culture. These people
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    • world. The first, necessary foundation for spiritual science
    • People think, that everything is to be found out by studying
    • the national economy which it founds will be one that knows
    • found a new economic system at all with the existing
    • would soon be found, if once unnecessary forms of production
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    • found in them all that is more immediately necessary to know.
    • of it, found it easy to step in and alienate the workers from
    • or less everything that you are aiming at is to be found in
    • be found in plenty. People, who, even in matters that call
    • that everything, which in those days was founded on its own
    • this concern we have founded, the Kommender Tag; can
    • Commonwealth?’ Of course, we are trying to found
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • floating in a blue haze. The ‘Kommender Tag’ was founded,
    • And therefore it has become necessary to-day to found
    • found, that is, something which combines in itself real,
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    • penetrating and profound knowledge about the two problems.
    • different nature from what can otherwise be found by normal
    • detailed information about these matters can be found, I have
    • the head is the foundation of our soul life do we come to
    • through the gate of death, that provides the foundation for the
    • being. The profound mystery is that when we investigate
    • most profound questions and mysteries of human life without all
    • strengthening far beyond anything found in ordinary life. It is
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • really founded on what was actually happening?
    • primarily based on deeds, on actions, founded on impulses of
    • historical ideas are to be found. I have it from him personally
    • Lamprecht found in the psychologists that can help historical
    • research? He found what has evolved on the pattern of
    • found in their own people than can be discovered today purely
    • very foundations of the soul. For the soul life comes to
    • That is how I found out about it. And I am quite convinced that
    • — I first came upon it after having found out about its
    • if they found that we have constantly to speak about the great
    • part of us is to be found not only what inspires us, but forms
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    • man is to be found outside the world of the senses. I would
    • exalted can appear without this foundation of pain?
    • that is, which is founded on the kind of thinking that is bound
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    • soul to the divine, spiritual foundations of existence.
    • foundations, it had to develop — since it is
    • be found by science, or in the ordinary consciousness. But he
    • powers further, from the condition in which we found them in
    • pictures, in the same way the spiritual foundations of nature
    • with the foundation and rapid growth of the Waldorf School in
    • foundation for carrying out in practice the good principles
    • sect or found a new religion. Since Anthroposophy stands upon
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    • particles, it would not be long before the way would be found
    • And what has been found there? It is interesting to hear what a
    • to be found in us? Is it possible to find it or, if we are
    • rightly says — find this ego? If it could be found so
    • that it is a true continuation of the well-founded and human
    • on to the sound beginnings that are to be found in the Goethean
    • foundation for a kind of observation which even today is
    • it is possible to take what is to be found in Goethe in its
    • imaginative life there is to be found an aspect of
    • founded on the most varied evidence that according to the
    • to be found outside ...”
    • found behind the normal consciousness of the human being that
    • present what the scientists found to be excellent and to their
    • — But in Myers and James it is to be found in a chaotic
    • meet is to be found in the spiritual and not in the physical.
    • America because it cannot be found in the Bible or in Christian
    • basis of the sound foundations to be found in a view of the
    • in the broadest and most embracing sense as the foundation of
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    • founded an Goetheanism, and Eurhythmic Art is just one detail
    • musical element to be found in it. When recitation or
    • Waldorf School which was founded in Stuttgart by Emil Mott
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    • found in them of that great Cosmic Wisdom teaching, which at
    • found Anthroposophy in Central Europe, then in this
    • — that the philosopher, the man who founds a World-conception,
    • indeed have been found chauvinistic by non-Germans. But again
    • need only investigate where Spiritual Impulses found their
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    • profoundly serious should be this striving for man's
    • necessary to create for our knowledge a foundation that is
    • once and for all a sure foundation. Today things have to be
    • founded on the old belief in a physiologically-gifted
    • for a certain purpose. No, there is actually to be found,
    • necessity of cooperating in the founding of this school, I
    • what you have up to now found them, and much still rests in
    • the womb of time that has to be found if mankind is to arrive
    • found. Whoever sees into how things work today knows only too
    • well that it has not been found by mankind through what has
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    • with what is to be found in the “Appeal to the Cultural
    • It is above all things essential to create a foundation, a
    • be founded upon the same basic principles of knowledge as
    • found the three kingdoms of the spiritual hierarchies of the
    • found in the Earth. When the great Atlantean flood had
    • the foundation of the Waldorf School, I tried to do this. But
    • has maintained for many years to found an understanding of a
    • is found to lie in nothing else than the fact that men are so
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    • present time, but it must be extended; what is to be found in
    • that point. Therein can be found a guarantee, a proof, that
    • proof of it can of course only be found in the actual
    • extremes of our life as human beings, is to be found
    • found midway between these two poles. Everything becomes more
    • space, three tenets are to be found, but modern science bases
    • found at a particular point of time it is not there. But then
    • earthly replica of the lightning, it is found necessary to
    • found.
    • brought that element which is to be found in our spiritual
    • idea of what was to be found in a book about Anthroposophy.
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    • have the Waldorf School. The Waldorf School was founded out
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    • certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
    • the soul is really infinitely more profound than is generally
    • the soul of the form itself. We see how this is to be found
    • live in art as an artist. In any case a profound study of
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    • gravity — this coincidence is an intense and profound
    • seership is unfounded. Seership develops out of conditions
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • The Foundation Stone Meditation — given by Rudolf Steiner
    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • The Foundation Stone Meditation — given by Rudolf Steiner
    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • during which the Anthroposophical Society was re-founded in Dornach,
    • decision to publish the verses of the 1923 laying of the Foundation
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    • lecture we found that moral impulses are fundamental in human
    • foundation of morality and goodness lies at the bottom of the
    • foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and immoral
    • obliged to work from a moral foundation. In those places
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the mere
    • foundation and only after the lapse of time did they discover
    • found.
    • great dangers to be found at this point should be
    • profound moral significance and moral weight of which he even
    • force which in our last lecture we found to be the force of
    • the most profound moral impulse. If it is once
    • powerful moral impulse, something which is a foundation for
    • on it will be found more and more that in ancient times Man
    • foundations, in the course of earthly evolution, for a great
    • founded by showing facts that have really happened and do
    • if we lay Anthroposophy at the foundation, but we see that
    • moral impulses, to thoughts which are able to found
    • provide the foundation — even at the present time
    • is developing will also be spiritually well founded. With
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    • these teachings nothing would have been found about birth and
    • beings would have found themselves in a terrible plight in
    • age it may be found in abnormal cases, although this is not
    • founded — this is evident to anyone who knows the
    • foundation of Christianity. We would misunderstand
    • founded. But since humanity itself advances more and more in
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    • direct knowledge, built upon such an important foundation as
    • Christ can be found in the ego. And because they themselves had
    • profounder understanding of Christianity through spiritual
    • most various forms as the foundation.
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    • cannot be found into those areas for which answers must be
    • socially promote namely a foundation, a true, real foundation
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    • Theosophical Society was founded in 1895.
    • to significant questions can be found in modern science, see
    • own foundation, seeks to understand all religions. It wishes
    • to be a religion nor found a new sect. The lectures to be
    • is past for founding new religions. Spiritual truths can no
    • Founding new religions came to an end with the central
    • Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831–1891) was the founder of the
    • founder, always saw Theosophy as having the mission to provide
    • tomorrow. The founder of the Theosophical Society saw it as
    • insight that without a foundation of spiritual life, no
    • ever endured without a religious foundation. Let someone
    • earnestly try to found a community consisting solely of
    • unless it is built upon the foundation of religious wisdom.
    • must recognize that a foundation of spiritual insight and
    • through the consecutive historical epochs, it will be found
    • Jesus, the greatest founder of religion in modern times.
    • There will be awareness that the world's foundation is of
    • on which they are founded. The great creative works of
    • morality can be established without the foundation of
    • believe that morality exists without a foundation of
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    • something very much more profound than mere invention. When
    • act on us, we begin to recognize the profound ancient wisdom
    • trivial explanations of this saying are to be found, but the
    • exist, even if they cannot be found in the physical
    • what is found under the microscope, whereas the spiritual
    • composed, are to be found outside in inorganic nature. If the
    • substance into sensitive substance. The latter is to be found
    • French comparative anatomist and the founder of paleontology.
    • composed of the three bodies already found in simple sentient
    • those to be found in their environment. Like the plant, human
    • fluids, to be found also in plants); third the astral body
    • over his or her blood. That is the profound meaning of the
    • lecture, arose out of profound knowledge. Blood is indeed
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    • foundation; the next lecture will show that it is possible to
    • ancient Judaism found it impossible to explain the origin of
    • magnitude, the profoundest hope takes root in human hearts.
    • perception penetrates deeply into the foundation of
    • physical matter and laws constitute the foundation of a
    • person's bodily nature; life constitutes the foundation of
    • sensation; and consciousness the foundation of
    • the foundation of all existence. Consequently one cannot ask,
    • the foundation of physical existence and consciousness by
    • something higher. The origin of suffering is found where
    • these three is the ruler, the newfound individual, bringing
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    • hidden, permeates the foundation of earth existence;
    • even now it is to be found at all levels of existence, in
    • love will be guided by the wisdom that is the foundation of
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    • Happiness and joy build sound organs, and lay the foundation
    • this is achieved through authority. If the foundation of
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    • only far more profound than thought at first sight, but also
    • substances of the physical body are the same as those found
    • Roman Catholic mystic and founder of the Franciscan Order of Monks.
    • in so doing consume the foundation that gave it existence.
    • consuming its own foundation as the flame consumes the wood.
    • the fact that it absorbs its own foundation. The root of
    • sting. The savages living by the Sambesi River have found a
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    • on the whole a valuable spiritual foundation, but it must be
    • founder of Buddhism.
    • philosopher who founded the academy where Aristotle studied.
    • Greek philosopher who founded the Pythagorean school.
    • cities were founded. The main emphasis must now be on
    • principles, but the teacher's profound psychological insight.
    • can be conducted without a religious foundation; without
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    • is a poetic notion. The spirit of the earth is the foundation
    • forces that constitute its foundation. If we are to
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    • spiritual manifestations are to be found in the objects and
    • person open and receptive because it is a foundation from
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    • the foundation for the child's further development is laid,
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    • may have found that Rosicrucianism is able to throw light on
    • Christian Rosenkreuz (15th century) was the founder of Rosicrucianism,
    • importance has found its way into public literature.
    • known can one make any sense of what is found in the often
    • been absolved, so that one possesses an inner foundation of
    • another out of inner necessity. Without such a foundation it
    • his poem, The Mysteries, showed his profound
    • always found in every Rosicrucian school. The form it takes I
    • materialistic prejudice without foundation and will
    • about them already. What is found in books an the subject is
    • they often handle, and is found all over the world. It is
    • being the higher self cannot be found. Rather, as Goethe
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    • (Wahnfried), saying that there he found peace from
    • this house ‘Inner Peace’ because here I found
    • and one of the founders of Greek tragedy.
    • profoundly aware of their existence.
    • justice to the wisdom found in legends, to things revealed
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    • impossible for them to believe that fault could be found in
    • records as is later to be found in the faithful, whether of
    • of the patriarchs, was regarded as the founder of the ancient
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    • found them in the secret societies,
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • this or that has been founded. Not only has nothing been founded, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • members of the order founded by Annie Besant, “The Star of the
    • is our foundation. The example of the festival in Munich, the
    • provinces founded the “Bund”, which was followed in 1913
    • by the founding of the Anthroposophical Society after the expulsion
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • soon found for the “sprung” Keeper of the Seal in the
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    • into his head, and there he found the results of all that had
    • waking up, the human being thus found in his head the deeds of
    • foundations as family, political party, nationality, sect, etc.
    • spiritual conception must be found which throws light on
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    • you from the foundation of the world: For I was an hungred and
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    • lie at the foundation of everything physical, of the solid
    • supplied the chief foundation of consciousness.
    • founding of Christianity; this will bring us to a time when we
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    • into our very ego. The gall and liver-system is also found only in the
    • acid will be found with them in the bodily substances. Thus the liver-system
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    • and get it going. As a rule they only found people who damaged
    • it. Then someone would be found who said he could sort it out
    • sensitive construction can be found in countless such folk
    • physical body. Yet you know how well-founded the view is that
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    • these questions can be asked, and they show the very profound
    • openly, for he found it a terrible temptation in life not to
    • is true, profoundly true, that as long as we are earthly human
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    • exceedingly well, but with the third he always found that
    • particular problem affects so profoundly the whole matter
    • possibly to be found in the spiritual world. If we merely trace
    • has entered that is only to be found in the life of that person
    • all agree that a certain necessity can be found in this whole
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    • The example of a stone being pushed into motion can be found
    • only possible reason can be found only when we realize that
    • people that found its expression in the popular romance
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    • was really founded on observation. When they said, “Gold
    • post-Atlantean epoch from approximately the founding of Rome
    • unfounded hypothesis. It does not exist.” That is what he
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    • can be foundation of this material existence.
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    • of the world. Within our own ranks today far too many are to be found
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • I found highly descriptive of the situation.
    • profound change in human conceptions is needed. For men have informed
    • these wise conceptions are to be found, how they are to be obtained
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • be differently understood which, apparently well founded, shines forth
    • clear, my dear friends, that when impulses founded in this way are taken
    • make to what is found, for example, in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • brought against him by the Inquisition, and founded the Monastery of
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    • soul in which modern man is found here on earth, it is markedly noticeable
    • would not be found to have muscles and blood within them but whose anatomy
    • only to be found in other worlds. They could not flourish in earth existence.
    • nothing more than what is found in books on Botany and Mineralogy. Real
    • able to found life on dogmatic conceptions, as has been possible for
    • is found when we go through death and enter directly into the spiritual
    • if some means is not found to compensate, s0 that the evaporation of
    • Science. Thus a kind of spirit-condition not easily found today in the
    • my life I have found quite a number of people who were spiritual people
    • to be developed in oneself and then kept to oneself. I have found many
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • between man and man. For this reason the solutions can also be found
    • if it is to be a real solution, can be found only on the path of Spiritual
    • the most intimate foundations of human life in co-operation are of a
    • way. This is only found in a limited form here in the physical world,
    • mother and child. It is not to be found in anything that can be experienced
    • not confounding the man in his inmost life of soul with his misdeed,
    • science, but also of taking life itself materialistically confounding
    • distance from the truths of Spiritual Science this reason is found among
    • investigation is not as yet to be so easily found in the world today.
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    • all other paths of mankind, will be found to lead to nothing when trying
    • they are found. Logic today however does not yet know what it is doing
    • be found in nature. Pagan religion is at the same time essentially the
    • through natural events, such as is found in the Book of Job, is also
    • Going farther back in former times it is found that to a certain extent
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • there has now remained what indeed we have just found left after the
    • found of what assured the matter a fully scientific basis, I myself
    • and Schiller and the Goethe Society were founded, these were founded
    • with Herman Grimm, Herman Grimm would hardly have found it possible
    • century. The way back to Goethe must be found through the Spiritual
    • in the way this divine is found a man wishing to make a road for himself
    • transformed, sprang forth after the soul found the bridge from pagan
    • fairy tale, this intellect is found absolutely wanting. It is necessary
    • to our soul when we fully surrender ourselves to the profoundest depths
    • founded the Goethe Society at the end of the eighties of the nineteenth
    • Spiritual Science, a path that is to be found unconditionally, will
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    • depicted what they actually found in Higher Worlds. Thus they
    • that when the spread of plants cover the earth, it is found
    • found in the higher, the actual spiritual world, in the
    • excellent that through this is found an abundance of
    • is none to be found within. The feeling of hardship in the
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    • order to fully absorb certain secrets and inner aspects found
    • that that which is found within Goethe's creation, streams so
    • found within self knowledge acquired through striving for a
    • Thus these two elements which are found in life stand out in
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    • be found in the surroundings, through this we are deflected
    • should become more profound, seek God within, will hardly
    • most profound way.
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    • in what will be said, a sort of foundation for their own work. We shall
    • the age. So to-day, when I have said, I wish to provide a foundation
    • be found in the imaginative may be cultivated, the element of vision,
    • various motives that are to be found on the different sides of the Building
    • found which does not convey its actual purpose.
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    • is to be found in continuing metamorphosis.
    • the other that the laws of world order are to be found, and ordain the
    • moss complicated motif will be found in the capital of the 5th pillar
    • up that which is externally visible on the foundation of this by the
    • You know the root of world beliefs is not to be found in intellectual
    • to be profoundly stirred and become more awake and aware than we are
    • of the small cupola. Here is to be found everything repeated again —
    • of course transformed to accord with the place in which it is found.
    • are found on the capitals and architraves, contains in itself the whole
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    • of this foundation word I or Ego, has so far its justification here,
    • This Germanic-Persian principle of Initiation is founded on a dualism,
    • for this there is no good foundation. For what flows into man through
    • picture is to be found nearer to the central Group, that of the representative
    • the state of balance is to certain extent to be found in man as much
    • is found at the opposite pole to the Luciferic, the physiological state
    • which has been spoken to-day, which may already be found in the teachings
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    • of healing was associated in men's s minds with a profoundly
    • In every stricken house were found,
    • profound wisdom, whereas Goethe simply means to represent how
    • profoundly indeed, here in this scene of the translation of
    • profound wisdom of John's words,
    • be found in Faust himself, that Wagner was just another ego
    • and found in the hills and dales of the world, obsessed
    • “Grey Wolf” stands for a certain metal found
    • that the Greedy Grey Wolf, the grey metal found in the
    • found, not only in a piece of silver that actually spread
    • really found these forces flowing from the Moon, but also
    • science itself it is found that there are 2,000,000 tons of
    • must found a social order quite different from that of today,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • and has found Mephistopheles in the spiritual world. And it
    • might be found in a lively Club among others who have left
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • when he saw that, giving of his best, it found no entrance
    • Goethe wrote in his old age came out of a profound experience
    • for us to see the spectacle playing a profound part in the
    • realities of the world, weakness is found in high places.
    • there is little understanding to be found, for today there
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    • found necessary to impart to the world in connection with the
    • individual. When he has once found the security of knowledge,
    • perceives, beneath the foundation of our world of the senses,
    • triangle that is the w0rld, the field of truth is found (see
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    • impulses can possibly arise from the foundations of the
    • things vividly in the two states of consciousness, he found
    • are having to experience Evil have found a standpoint which
    • how in Troy there was only the Idol, that which is founded in
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    • impulses of Good. All this has arisen on the foundation of
    • founding of Rome in the year 747 before the Birth of Christ.
    • quite other foundations than for example the bonds of blood,
    • setting up of programmes on the foundations of a national
    • the mutual love which was founded in the blood- relationships
    • In short, the Gods would have found another one if Paris had
    • hundreds who stand here below no one is found, then the Gods
    • this politician found occasion to express himself about the
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    • Seismos are doing it is pointed out that man has found his
    • dwells at the foundations of existence. And this is the cause
    • those that lie at the foundation of cosmic conflicts. There
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    • shall immediately see the profound difference if we are clear
    • give, they will be found to become, especially as they
    • Profoundly pensive one, (Luna)
    • mysteries. Out of a profound misunderstanding, does not only
    • found this out. It occurred to him how one-sided it is when,
    • Thou bosom widener, profoundly pensive one!”
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    • science founded on his own interpretation of the primal
    • Goethe found himself obliged to abandon this conception that
    • when knowing of nothing better,. But he found that when
    • reference to moral associations, in which are found so many
    • from that founded on Goethe's world conception and on his
    • believe it possibel to found a world-conception either
    • realism so fall apart that, either they found a half-hearted
    • because man wishes today to found his world outlook in a
    • matter — as, having founded an abstract Monism, many
    • other to show its foundations — lectures not too well
    • found the-following: “It is one of the greatest
    • the ethical God of Love, what is dreadful and profoundly
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    • profound, most significant scene. In this second part of
    • Initiate, however, is meant to find there profound secrets of
    • through he was striving to to make his soul more profound.
    • Goethe is showing that he had a profound and significant
    • again, vividly, in Goethe when he touched on this profound
    • Mysteries of Samothrace, he found Olympia. And the Greeks had
    • Macedon and Olympia found each other. Those things must be
    • be found here in the world where we are leading our everyday
    • but quite real world. This is one of the most profound scenes
    • reality is so all-embracing, so profound, that the
    • metamorphosis. Surely, you may say, a man with such profound,
    • Dorides set beside the physical sailor boys. They have found
    • each other and yet not found each other. Human beings and
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    • Samothrace; he believed something was to be found there over
    • adding a few fantasies founded upon these, and then consider
    • passes away so quickly, it contains something most profound;
    • most profound human problem of raising Homunculus to man.
    • that is good about Goethe's Faust, has found that this
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    • feeling of being frustrated in thought is a profound human
    • out of superficiality into a profound conception of life.
    • instincts rest on the foundation of the human soul; they are
    • Goethe wished to indicate from the depths of his profound
    • found.
    • we enter into such profound scenes with a language that makes
    • deeply into such a profound scene as the one we are now
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    • must be found in the spiritual, in the not-sensible. If one
    • initially found two types of dream. As you know, the dream
    • which found their satisfaction, their delight, their happiness
    • experiences, how soul has found soul, what happened in the
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    • to be found among various ancient peoples, as for example with
    • enter and exit the astral plane found it easy to reveal things
    • found rest, so mankind must separate workdays and festive days,
    • “I,” work in the outer world. What had been founded
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    • joy, pain and pleasure can also be found in those things which
    • only found in the sun, since then can be found in the astral
    • endlessly profound this becomes with the inauguration of
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    • purpose found so wide a circulation.
    • — one that concerns itself with the most profound
    • but on the part of the founder of the theosophical movement,
    • fundamentalising of world-theories are to be found in still
    • found upon the earth.
    • have been achieved through the progress of this profound
    • in man. This is the bourne towards which tends all profound
    • which even in the most profound state of slumber is not quite
    • subject, it will be found in my books entitled
    • Haeckel — a structure none can admire more profoundly
    • one will be found to have worked his way up, the other to have
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    • found expression in the Mohammedan religion, while on the other
    • these personalities, who found their way in the course of time
    • the personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • was to arise, which, if it found extreme expression, would lead
    • foundations of individualism, carrying on his polemic against
    • This battle is smouldering still at the very foundations of
    • must be found once more.’
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    • Yet there is a profound truth, namely this: When man loses the
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    • had taken place. In the first centuries it had still been found
    • The influence of a new stream of spiritual culture is profoundly
    • something much more profound. For this reason we see many a storm of
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    • inattention to all his lessons, which he had till then found so
    • ribbon-weaver. The landowner von Miltitz was profoundly
    • unusual gifts the boy found himself deeply attracted by all the
    • and it was this acquired knowledge of men which found expression
    • life became very hard for him. And above all he found himself in
    • overhear him discussing at Olten, whenever he found any specially
    • brother-in-law of Klopstock, Fichte found stimulating society
    • found himself altogether in harmony with the image reflected in his
    • he had a singular experience. A great many critics at least found
    • the highest that no higher ideal of knowledge could ever be found,
    • them profoundly. The spirit at work in Fichte had to come to grips with
    • students of philosophy. He founded no school of philosophy. But the
    • invited to assist in the newly-founded University, to which we must
    • been the custom at Erlangen since its foundation, in the whole of
    • found himself confronting the personality of Napoleon, in whom, in
    • profoundly German in its approach and in its vigour and based
    • Fichte's and Goethe's philosophical outlook. And Fichte was profoundly
    • the world?” In Fichte, Goethe found a conception of the same
    • people. This spirit found here, it is true, only such expression as
    • be founded at Berlin, and it fell to Fichte to work out a scheme for
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    • This short but profound lecture is a true gem among Steiner's works.
    • impossible to develop that mood of profound intimacy which prevailed
    • There found they Jesus Christ, our Lord,
    • plays with a most profound Christmas mood in their souls and hearts.
    • example, in the “four principle rules”, found in those
    • felt profoundly the mighty turning point that had occurred in the
    • Be thou our foundation for peace
    • Be thou our foundation for peace
    • Even so, much of the ancient poetry found its way into the homes, with
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    • which, ancient as it is, yet in its foundations comes before us with
    • foundations are more and more revealed. For what meets us in the
    • place two pictures before you so you may have a foundation for
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity to a soul whom one of
    • is founded that resounds to us as something responding to
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    • artistic beauty at the foundation of these occult records. I could
    • they are not to be found among the intellectuals but are people who
    • foundation. It would be justified, for example, if you were to tear
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    • evidently without foundation in the external world. He is impelled to
    • found in the world of sense. That is the deeper reason why there are
    • about the two Jesus children, which are to be found in this higher
    • this concerning the two Jesus children can never be found in this
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    • Here we have the occult physiological foundation of the matter.
    • admit it is the same since they found it so profound in the first
    • order to develop what afterward found expression in the
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    • as the teaching of Christ Jesus is to be found in some earlier work
    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • whole range of the world’s life there is nothing to be found
    • that no trace is to be found in this great poem of philosophy as we
    • the profoundest secret for the human soul.” Here indeed is a
    • significance. Then there follows this most profound mystery.
    • always be of most profound significance. Up to the tenth discourse we
    • in the sixth or eighth centuries before the foundation of
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    • know that at the time when Christianity was founded two children were
    • found. Someone might ask, in view of the lectures about St. Luke's
    • this truth has never yet been found in one single and complete whole
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    • tenth century before the foundation of Christianity, cannot be
    • found. By the whole configuration of their mind and soul, however,
    • something of this kind. At the beginning of our founding of the
    • Shankaracharya seven or eight centuries after the foundation of
    • the poets of the Vedas, the founders of Sankhya philosophy, even
    • peculiarly grotesque picture. We imagine those founders of Indian
    • sleep-consciousness for those ancient men. It found its way into
    • profound works of our time, in those of the three European thinkers I
    • Fichte or a Hegel. There is something more. What today can be found
    • alone by Shankaracharya and by the deep training of Yoga can be found
    • that are not to be found in such men as Solovieff, Hegel, and Fichte,
    • he presents himself as the founder of the age of self-consciousness,
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    • effort can today be found right at hand. This is the tragedy of
    • Easterners still are. What the men of the Gita age found in
    • because in that harmony alone man's salvation is to be found.
    • in the centuries following the foundation of Christianity was only
    • found in the stream of Christianity. Only when we regard the matter
    • profound than if one were to say, “Why make any distinctions?
    • be found in countless places and in countless ways, but this is a
    • the pivot of the whole of evolution or whether it can be found in the
    • account of these events can be found in G. Wachsmuth,
    • found at the present time who are ready to seek spiritual truths. We
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    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
    • founded ultimately on the experiences of Initiates in the higher
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    • past times found their highest satisfaction. It must be added that the
    • found satisfaction.
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    • spiritual worlds, I found Osiris permeating cosmic space with the
    • Knights of the Holy Grail. In the rise of the Holy Grail can be found
    • turn found legendary form in the saga of the Holy Grail. Everything
    • so often torn by passion, as he is found to be by those who read his
    • is to be found in external scientific work and its fruits. But anyone
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    • It does not require any very profound knowledge to realise the
    • mineral kingdom. The whole mineral world is found again in the
    • a terrible error. The most sublime consciousness, the most profound
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    • Christian occultism is derived from the Manicheans whose founder,
    • head is found to be much larger. Especially was this so in the period
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    • One of the fundamental tenets of occultism, founded on the law of
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    • be found among all races. He also proves that all legends have been
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    • For thousands of years the higher wisdom was guarded in profound
    • awoke from the trance, the new Initiate found himself in possession of
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    • is profound and many-sided.
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    • they found the secret, for its words contained eternal truth —
    • The marriage at Cana expresses one of the most profound mysteries of
    • Such is the profound background of the cult of Bacchus, the God of
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    • Christian initiation has existed since the founding of Christianity.
    • identical and invariable symptoms. The Brotherhoods where, in profound
    • merely as an example of the profound humility and devotion of the
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    • All the great Founders of religions have been possessed of clairvoyant
    • been founded by seers. The astral world expresses itself through them
    • Initiate gives the foundations upon which the ritual of the outer cult
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    • of which traces can be found. The ancient methods of Initiation,
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    • him to float and swim. When the elements differentiated and man found
    • given in ancient systems of yoga. These exercises were founded upon
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    • manifest themselves in the vertical whereas the animal is found to be
    • 1) The mineral layer contains all the metals which are found in the
    • as black magic, that is, a magic founded on egoism. (See diagram)
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    • attained the goal of evolution on the Moon, took refuge. They found a
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    • tidings announced to all the world. But there was a more profound
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    • relevant to the life of the founder of Christianity. They are
    • that related to the life of the founder of Christianity, and
    • was the founder of Christianity could not readily be
    • Christian mystics so often expressed in profound and
    • is told us of the founder of Christianity is not authentic.
    • found Him again on the astral plane, and he knew that He who
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    • what profound mystical power lies hidden within this
    • found him of whom Moses in the law and the Prophets did
    • found. The only reference that could have any relation to it
    • religious, profound truth of reincarnation uttered in the
    • the most beautiful and profound sayings of Christ. Out of his
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    • practice. Such theories have found their way into theosophical literature
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    • came one who taught me, and instead of night and darkness I found peace
    • the world, and are founded on the inspiration of Initiates.
    • to find a foundation for it, difficult.” But without a true
    • foundation we can never make morality our own. People often say: Why
    • firm foundation for morality, we must supply the soul with fuel in the
    • a solid foundation for it. If we speak the truth about our neighbour,
    • event: he comes to understand the profound utterance of Indian wisdom,
    • are like solid foundations, the Continents, of Devachan. Everything
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    • A 6- and a 4-petalled lotus-flower are to be found lower down.
    • are not continued there. On the contrary, a friendship truly founded on
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    • still to be found as though frozen alive in the ice-fields, lived there.
    • have no Ego there, for their Ego is to be found on the astral plane.
    • dog, or ant, and so on, is to be found there as a real being. It is
    • is to be found together with the Egos of the animals, and the work he
    • right for the germinal human being cannot always be found; all that
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    • be found.
    • foundation. The child will grow up like a will-o'-the-wisp if
    • Seventeen-year-old critics can be found in abundance, and many of the
    • to be found in this life; nothing immediate is responsible for it. The
    • we should be positively active in laying a foundation for the future.
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    • foundation for a good memory. A man who simply hurries through the
    • to good health. Theosophy, you will realise, is thus a profound movement
    • may be found again in the son. In the Bach family, for instance, there
    • to be found in a family of musicians, and is passed on from one generation
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    • of man was thus to be found on Saturn in the most ancient times. Then
    • This living foundation was permeated with woody structures out of which
    • profound.
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    • form of matter were to be found the ancestors of humanity, with rudimentary
    • into all inhabited lands and founded the civilisations of the next
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    • primal source of being. The profound Vedas, the Bhagavad Gita, that
    • found a real world in which work had to be done. The conviction gradually
    • has to be transformed. But he found himself still at a loss in one respect:
    • can be found in nature; he was aware only of nature's resistance to
    • Chaldean priests, above all, were the custodians of profound wisdom,
    • mission — art. Little by little man had found the way to carry the
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    • as a foundation for wisdom; the pupil must wait for them to enter into
    • physical senses only what is to be found on that plane. Astral perceptions
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    • times and signify something very profound. An uneducated man will have
    • founded with no forms or accepted customs. Clearly a colony such as
    • enigmatic way of indicating that the Philosopher's Stone can be found
    • found the Philosopher's Stone and he will transform his own body into
    • his mind sharply concentrated on such symbolic objects, not to be found
    • have found Him.
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    • that a new path would have to be found for those whose faith had been
    • and the moon, in a stone or an animal: everywhere can be found the same
    • No other cause for this destruction could be found except in what they
    • which have been occultly investigated. It has been found that persons
    • investigated. It was found that all those born at about the time of
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    • our study. Yet out of the very foundation of this present age there
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • will bring about a profoundly important result for our culture. The
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • bodily, it is also obvious that symptoms can be found in bodily
    • be found in all spheres of life, for the fact that some people may be
    • particularly Catholic pastoral theology, is founded on what various
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    • profound bliss in the presence of God.
    • body to endure the entire happening. They have the foundation for it
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • development or other in evolution, then the tangle can be found in
    • study them too! This is all to be found in the ordinary human being,
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    • from those found here in the physical world. We come out of that
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
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    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • pathological mirror-picture of what we found in the second stage of
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    • to you the deeper connections to be found in this matter of human
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • has done just that. He found
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
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    • what we have found to be the case in the mentally retarded or the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • what was found? Of course they found themselves again confronting the
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • happens approximately every 25,920 years. There we have found a
    • found in numbers. With the Platonic year as with smaller time
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • found stars had to have names. He would visit the observatories in
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    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
    • foundation of all beings through the fact that there is a human race.
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    • its original content. Yet out of the very foundation of this present
    • But I have never yet found a book on pastoral medicine that did not
    • certain by word and deed that a real doctor is found, and that the
    • will bring about a profoundly important result for our culture. The
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    • understanding, since they reach into profound depths, even into the
    • bodily, it is also obvious that symptoms can be found in bodily
    • be found in all spheres of life, for the fact that some people may be
    • particularly Catholic pastoral theology, is founded on what various
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    • profound bliss in the presence of God.
    • body to endure the entire happening. They have the foundation for it
    • learn to know the healing power to be found in the piercing activity
    • development or other in evolution, then the tangle can be found in
    • study them too! This is all to be found in the ordinary human being,
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    • from those found here in the physical world. We come out of that
    • during this time is turned entirely toward spiritual foundations and
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    • its deeper foundation. One notices that the person enjoys the sound
    • for now the beginning of real pathological conditions can be found.
    • pathological mirror-picture of what we found in the second stage of
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    • to you the deeper connections to be found in this matter of human
    • foundations, for the two sides of a true divine service.
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    • has done just that. He found
    • earth-lives; we see it manifesting in our personality. We found this
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    • what we have found to be the case in the mentally retarded or the
    • following: They saw that the somnambulist found his or her own remedy
    • what was found? Of course they found themselves again confronting the
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    • activity to be found in human thought and feeling. What really lies
    • at their foundation has been completely forgotten in this age of
    • happens approximately every 25,920 years. There we have found a
    • found in numbers. With the Platonic year as with smaller time
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • found stars had to have names. He would visit the observatories in
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    • into spiritual realms and found knowledge there that led to valuable
    • extremely profound idea in which there is very much truth. For the
    • foundation of all beings through the fact that there is a human race.
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    • air or water or solid earth is as yet to be found upon ancient
    • through the severance of sun and earth, all that was to be found at
    • Bible, then you will have a foundation for all that is to come before
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    • air, and water were to be found there. It was only with the emergence
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    • time actually existed in the physical mode can only be found today by
    • know as the group-souls of the plants. Today they can only be found
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • evolved at that time, he too was to be found in a plantlike
    • be found. The Moon was the earth of that time, and it was only
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • already to be found in the Moon evolution. During the Moon evolution
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    • Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy has a firm foundation, and those who
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    • much more profound than modern natural science dreams! Thus when
    • found an answer to these questions which satisfies us up to a certain
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    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • found every one of the hierarchical ranks. Thus, in what we
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    • be found in the physical sun.” The most you can say is that the
    • writer has forgotten nothing There is a profound reason why on the
    • second day of creation these words are not to be found. Here we have
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    • human being is to be found in the days before the sixth. If the earth
    • species form; the earth brings forth the foundations of plant life
    • Thrones was to be found in the element of air and in the Moon
    • Thus man on the sixth day was not to be found in solid fleshly form.
    • He was to be found in physical form, as an earth being, but only in
    • man of pre-Luciferic times was to be found in the elementary
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    • who withdrew with the sun and found their scene of activity
    • profound wisdom here. But I can assure you that nothing from this
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • the link which is to be found between the feelings and perceptions of
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    • Jesus is present, He can be found by man only through the awakening of
    • further, a time will come when everything on the earth will have found
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    • continued the once well-founded habit in regard to the blood. Without
    • been found. The anti-Christian impulse makes its appearance first and
    • foundation of destruction, namely, the Ahrimanic impulse. — That
    • of our time are cast aside. The community which Paul wished to found,
    • foundation of actual spirit-knowledge.
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    • religions, Christianity has a Founder — Jesus of Nazareth —
    • the Founder of his religion. In the East it would be said: “One
    • who is a great Founder of religion has achieved the complete
    • does not possess the qualities to be expected of a Founder of
    • inasmuch as they all point to a Founder who was a great
    • in essence, founded by a great Teacher whose pupils then promulgate
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    • We must always feel profoundly how, in this way, vision and
    • which was an echo from an Eastern wisdom even more profound than
    • pain-racked Redeemer must not confound him; he must learn that pain is
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    • respects wanting, can be found in the historical traditions emanating
    • founding of a new religion. With the Event of a god passing through
    • surpassed. To one who understands the nature of its founding it is
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    • Nibelungs,” this central Idea of Christianity found still wider
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    • these wise men we shall everywhere find the foundation for an
    • A beautiful and profound Eastern legend runs as follows: The great
    • of the East with his profound wisdom, which, drawn from the
    • legends as profound as this one. We must remain in reverent awe at a
    • profound secret, of a momentous truth which gives the answer to the
    • legends. But so profound is their truth that we need all the means
    • blood, was not seized by an impulse to be found on the earth, the
    • macrocosmic Divinity, is to be found, too, within man.
    • whereby the Spirit becomes victor over matter can be found in
    • legend as wonderful and profound as that of Kashiapa.
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    • be able to glimpse the profound wisdom contained in this legend if we
    • finally they would have found on the earth below only human beings so
    • profound sorrow that the Eastern sages looked into the future,
    • day in the spiritual world. Moreover it can be found, together with
    • the secret of how, in the quietude of a profound mystery, this ‘I’
    • who preserved the secret was founded: the Brotherhood of the Holy
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    • encounters, and which led towards the foundation, eleven years later,
    • foundations of the present time and the near future.
    • understanding for the Mystery of Golgotha, which has found its way
    • considerable number. To ensure that in future, when we have found our
    • of every race, and will found, throughout the earth, a new culture no
    • foundation of faith. We should know in order to take increasing
    • A second force that is also to be found in the hidden depths of a
    • in doing so they have straightway found contradictions upon which
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    • everywhere in the form of ancestor-worship. This was founded on belief
    • more that the foundations for it are actually within them, and out of
    • profoundest instruction concerning the nature of the Mystery of
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    • say, blindly through the world from one place to the other, and found
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    • profound nature of their studies, and by the will which may itself be
    • underground in secret has found its way to the surface! Certainly, the
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    • profound feeling. We shall start from the fact of which we have often
    • connected with a profound knowledge, outside the range of ordinary
    • not because he found something in him which gave him pleasure; he did
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    • novels to be found in the more recent literature of Germany and in it,
    • nervousness. Next morning he was found dead.
    • desires can already be found in the older Theosophists. But Oetinger
    • to be found the true inner reason: the fear of the spiritual world.
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    • earth which man can also experience, will have found one of the ways
    • old Sagas still relate, especially in as profound a myth as that of
    • wonderful way of profound, Cosmic mysteries — in so far as the
    • read half of them! Then one finds that their author is profoundly
    • the present age. It prevails, and is to be found everywhere to-day.
    • the earth, yet He must be found through inner recognition, not through
    • in a spiritual way. He will never truly be found by external methods.
    • proved in myself that the contents of the Bible can be found in a
    • 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
    • civilisation shows Him to us, but He is to be found everywhere!
    • the souls and hearts of men, is based on the foundation of what was
    • And He is ever to be found, if we only seek Him. That thought should
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    • the basis, for instance, of the profound medical insight of
    • but such explanations are usually external and arbitrary. Profound
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    • however sees in activity the foundation of the whole universe as it
    • man found the ‘Ich’ within it. Other languages expressed this
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    • other places, in which granules of starch are to be found. Even in
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    • our earthly existence, something which is not found anywhere else on
    • man. The consciousness of the ant heap is to be found in the higher
    • the bees is to be found in the higher regions of the Buddhi plane. How
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    • mineral kingdom to be found? That is the highest form of
    • found. This plane is the other pole of the solid. Through life on the
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    • first the pure man had found no means of incarnating on the earth. He
    • to be found in the human form, in actual fact in the heart, in the
    • could not have found on the Earth; they do not lie in its evolutionary
    • sequence. The first new impulse (Kama) was only to be found as a force
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    • The same law is also to be found on a larger scale. The beings whom we
    • over from the Old Moon. This provides a physical foundation. In
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    • rest and the higher part of man has found in the physical a fitting
    • sub-race will be founded. The Theosophical Movement should be the
    • extinguished and the disciples found themselves with their
    • actual founder of the age of materialism. Already at the time of
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    • a karmic result of earlier idealistic periods. The founding of towns
    • The third stage is to be found in the Light Ether. There sight
    • European countries. The burgher is the founder of materialism in
    • founded the Rosicrucian Order. Spiritual life remained in the Mystery
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    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
    • nevertheless in the background the Akasha exists as a foundation. The
    • been found in the Astral Light. Such impressions are only inscribed in the
    • of the Cosmos. Every single person is to be found sketched, as it
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    • to be found in the camera, does one discover what is the specific
    • That also found expression in the configuration of the body. The
    • is said in such profound legends is actually taken from human
    • latter found him trustworthy he received as instruction, not actually
    • time for external needs. He found his nourishment in outer nature. He
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    • foundation of the teaching about the higher spiritual beings and to
    • of his creative activity; the foundation for the following periods of
    • In our speech we create the foundation for later planetary conditions.
    • What we speak today will actually be present there as foundation, just
    • as the rocks and stones form the foundation of the earth. In one
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    • mutually somewhat unsympathetic to one another and that they found the
    • awareness of these lofty conditions. The profoundly wise Subba Row
    • related to them and has not found the way to attach himself to what is
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    • for me; out of this foundation arose self-awareness, the ego. And just
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    • secret of how the great founders of religions projected their
    • cared for in this respect by the founders of religions. A religion is
    • the world. These are the foundation of his new existence. They have
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    • territory a tropical climate such as today is only to be found in the
    • beings have been found in the Neandertal and Croatia. They have a
    • beings with its rays ... [Gap in text ...]. If one had found the means
    • life. Then he still has that part of the astral body which has found a
    • only it has already found its state of balance with the higher astral
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    • is found there is taken up by the astral body and then manifests
    • the morning there are to be found in the etheric body, firstly
    • there, but the means for its satisfaction are not to be found.
    • found in it which are in contradiction with the later life of this
    • personality. Thus on the astral plane there are also to be found all
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    • found on the Arupa plane. It is true that through such observations no
    • be found on the Astral Plane. These thoughts work downwards on to the
    • found on the Arupa Plane. In a life between birth and death we leave
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    • Vedas is a faint echo of that infinitely profound religious wisdom
    • kinds of vegetation that on the Earth have not found a connection with
    • Moon all vegetation grew on a half plant-like foundation. Loki, the
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    • we find a profound expression of esotericism. The serpent's head
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    • most profound truths have been placed into them. We shall see whether
    • in which Paracelsus found his remedies and achieved his cures. He knew
    • be the one which is the germinal foundation for the Sixth Root-Race.
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    • One can judge from this how profound was the perception of those who
    • Its founders know that the Theosophical Society is not only a remedy,
    • be the foundation of real processes.
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    • profound intuition can be understood in the following way. We know of
    • and Cain the Sun race. This allegory is very profound. Occult teaching
    • When man begins to nourish himself, the foundation will also be laid
    • original Semites laid the foundation for the present Root-Race.
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    • thinking, journeyed through Europe into Asia and there founded a
    • people settled who were not yet advanced enough to be chosen to found
    • and further towards Asia. A common teaching formed its foundation, but
    • The earliest initiates, who founded the ancient Indian teaching, were
    • With the different peoples this found expression in various ways. In
    • found much that was related to the Southern culture. Irmin
    • These Initiation Schools sent out from their midst the founder of the
    • human, in order to found the cult of the personality. This brought
    • is founded on intelligence and possessiveness. In the stories of the
    • Atlantean civilisation, of a magnitude which they found in no other
    • provide the means, the human material for what is here being founded
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    • spiritual science may claim to lay the foundation for humankind's most
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    • animals, are talking without foundation. Pain in the animal is far,
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    • more to where the inner being of man may be found poured into the
    • something far more profound lies at the basis of speech, of the way
    • possesses three senses not found in the animal. The word sense has to
    • in a certain way a foundation is laid for the whole understanding of
    • part in the history of the spirit. We see that we may not confound
    • will always be found, but never a Galileo who understood the same
    • found in the soul pushes its way between spirit and bodily
    • be found in the lecture “The Nature of Sleep” [Not
    • foundation for what we are able to cultivate as actual contemplation
    • founded on deep truth. This is really so, and in what is thus
    • being. And of special importance is something found in this sphere,
    • maintain the difference between man and animal founded their claims
    • the animal there is an intermediate bone not found in man. They said:
    • bone is not found in man! For Goethe this was inadmissible. His
    • may be found information about all the individual human organs.) Thus
    • when at last he found the intermaxillary bone in man. At this point
    • he writes to Herder: “... I have found — neither
    • man and animal cannot be found in any particular detail. It has to be
    • found entirely in the way the spirit makes use of things. For through
    • works two poems may be found together. Each contains three remarkable
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    • trance; everything is a confused jumble and has no foundation in fact.
    • I had experienced in connection with it entered profoundly into my
    • religion that is founded on faith alone, that does not spring from the
    • been conceived out of a profound understanding of cosmic processes. We
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    • the solid constituents of his organism, the ancient initiates found
    • the cosmos. To discover whether some metallic element found in a plant
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    • Only with these data of knowledge as a foundation is it possible to
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    • something that can be found within a planetary being only when this
    • slaty matter can naturally be found also in the plants. The mineral
    • substance to be found in animal matter has its origin in very diverse
    • indeterminate, formless will-force in the animal is to be found within
    • lime-formation are also to be found in every detail of organic life.
    • foundation we need for the shaping of our thoughts. Outside in space
    • find flint and silicious substances, especially those to be found in
    • physical plant-world has its foundation in carbon — we should be
    • known about carbon? That it is to be found in nature as coal, as
    • instinct, turns to what was once found through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • meant when it was said that lead is to be found everywhere in nature.
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    • That this karma has a yet deeper foundation, we can see from the fact
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    • the spirit, where can it be found?” but rather and above all,
    • essential foundation has had to be laid for an understanding of the
    • profoundly, and gave the various impulses out of that world into the
    • the beings. It is a matter of personal preference whether the founder
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    • physical body to the entirely different sheath found between death and
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    • found echoed in some mood of soul in the literature of the
    • describing. But there is certainly nothing to be found in European
    • work; it is thought that perhaps he cannot have found the right
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    • first to ask, “Where can Ahriman be found? Where can Ahriman help
    • faculty found a one-sided expression in me; it is possible I even made
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    • respects and are to be regarded essentially as its foundation.
    • A good deal about these matters will be found in my book,
    • the founder of his religion when he considers the connection of his
    • Where have the great founders of religion lived, those who were the
    • that a ray of spiritual light has found its way into your souls,
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    • intended to provide a foundation. They will lead us into esoteric,
    • world in a manner worthy of humanity. The primary foundation of our
    • sense this is also the foundation of all our happiness and sorrow;
    • a wave of this stream of time, one found oneself. One has
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    • is. The result is that however profoundly a person may enter into his
    • found the Spiritual Being, the Causal Being, who really lives in the
    • of the most profound moment occurs. The thing of profound importance
    • for He has pervaded human evolution since the founding of
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    • Father - Monotheism. Christ cannot be found by any philosophy
    • only rightly found when we confront Him in the right way at death,
    • is to be found in external nature’ — in the case of such
    • his philosophy. Others too were sufficiently profound to have with
    • philosophers go; they observe Nature and are profound enough not to
    • The difference is, that the Father-God can be found through
    • philosophy, but Christ cannot be found by any philosophy, by any
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    • to see into human experience, how profoundly it teaches us to
    • founded routine of existence and fruiting, should be so used, that it
    • own well justified place in existence. This is founded in the spirit.
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    • Christian Morgenstern: We Found a Path. The Washing of
    • lives to-day in the consciousness of the workers, as the foundation
    • will be found that right relationship between man and man which is
    • relation to the realm of law and human rights can be found to-day
    • foundations which can be built in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch.
    • clairvoyance survived, then the Spiritual found utterance in the
    • of social life a new understanding of man must be found, and must
    • profoundly social in this necessity: the necessity which ordains that
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    • foundation for human soul-life as a whole.
    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • was a well-founded belief, for Jehovah, the God of this people, had
    • Golgotha. It is of this Christ-Way, how it may be found and how it
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    • to-day I have pointed to as important, are found rather difficult by
    • foundation. It is here, in this great illusion, that we have to
    • foundation for our judgment if we are to lay hold of the true reality
    • in them. What sort of foundation is this — with respect
    • preceding lectures I spoke about this foundation; to-day I will add
    • foundation of world-knowledge. But for anyone who does this it will
    • observe how different is the way of thinking which is founded on a
    • about its foundations, you will come to the following.
    • together rightly at the task of founding social life on the direct
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    • time they are felt to be the one and only firm foundation.
    • the mental picture; you could not but have found it valid. Yet if in
    • previous example. What I found previously (as to the movement pure
    • profoundly clear to Goethe. In him, it was a Nature-given instinct,
    • his Theory of Colour is also founded, of which we shall be speaking
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    • you who found things difficult to understand). Your difficulty lies
    • in such a way as to create a good foundation. Once we have done this,
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    • had discovered something of very great significance. He had found
    • science, and on the other hand provided the foundations for the
    • foundation of all the so-called “forces of Nature”. It
    • interesting discovery:— he found that the electrical
    • as such. He found for instance that if you generate an electric
    • they found none. So they consoled themselves with the idea that it
    • they had the strangest experiences. Presently they found that
    • given as a foundation for the other.
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    • Saturn or Jupiter or Mars are to be found in certain months of the
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    • especially at the moment of waking from sleep. It is found that
    • or to confound spiritual realities with the realities of outer,
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    • on Spiritual Science, you will realise how well-founded they are. You
    • investigation and are based upon the deepest imaginable foundations.
    • on the Earth. Then it is found that all the earlier incarnations
    • terrific force. It may often be found that such people, when following
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    • found in the physical world, but in the Elementary World we find as
    • shall do well to remind ourselves of a beautiful, profoundly wise
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    • thinking we apply to them cannot be confounded with ordinary
    • same place: It is no good; I lost all my energy there and found it a
    • second time: Now I have found myself again and am something different.
    • found two simple formulae which could explain every possible
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    • may be found at two stages in the process of human evolution. Firstly,
    • it may be found at that stage of development where the thinking of the
    • investigator thus enters has one more dimension than is ever found in
    • foundation, so had the work of the World of Reason formerly to be
    • as we look back to a past when the foundation corresponding to an
    • Our brain is formed out of the World of Reason. We have found that an
    • foundation which existed in man before the organ of thinking
    • respect before the brain could develop on that foundation. But an
    • So we see that a connecting thread can be found between the
    • constituted only the foundation of the intellectual world,
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    • the shadow-sides of modern civilisation to be found chiefly in great
    • The following may indicate the deep foundation of this relationship.
    • needs these bodies as the foundation for his inner life; it follows
    • incarnation of the Earth in which man is found to be prefigured in his
    • foundation of the physical and etheric bodies was present in an
    • foundation of the physical body if it is to exist in the material
    • be found today? In that which gives man the possibility of calling
    • that everything physical has a spiritual foundation it will also be
    • knowledge becomes prayer. Instructions in these profound matters
    • lay the foundations of brotherhood whenever similar ideals are kindled
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    • unfortunately, there is something else to be found among
    • into the widest circles of people. It is to be found in those
    • and the like. If we want to found a physical science, a science
    • be able to found a science of the physical body. We have to go
    • experience, than it is to found a physical science only on the
    • sought and found in the physical world in our digestion. We
    • to be found which are not only connected to us in our soul and
    • objective way the science of spirit can be a foundation
    • able to give to the soul gives religious life its foundation
    • being of man out of its foundations in order to acquire an
    • spirit will be found.
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    • think they stand on the sure foundation of science
    • from this kind of foundation to a real science of spirit.
    • least in human experience has found recognition recently among
    • is to be found within our ordinary consciousness. But because,
    • spirit and an outlook founded on the unconscious like,
    • founded on the fact that — I
    • consciousness can be found, is really of no more value than the
    • their processes, the purely physical foundation of existence.
    • a good foundation for spiritual experience. For spiritual
    • People believe that law is to be found in the world of
    • is to be found to be real in the physical sense world, but also
    • foundation out of which everyone speaks and thinks and acts.
    • it, but this only helps it on. Such things can be found
    • human body, nothing can be found out about the super-sensible
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    • be found today makes them long for a renewal of these things,
    • starts, first of all, from the foundation of knowledge and then
    • seeks in the foundations of social life those sources of man's
    • impulses for the renewal of social life are found out of the
    • already known by a new route, but then on the way found
    • by which such forces which are to be found in every human soul
    • profound knowledge about such old ways of looking at life, many
    • nature in himself, and what he felt in himself he found spread
    • I wanted to provide a foundation for a new social feeling
    • Christianity in a large way and say: its foundation is such
    • civilization was only to be found in the form of thoughts in
    • Since 1913 when the foundation stone was laid, we have been
    • education. The Waldorf School has been founded in
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    • who are living between death and rebirth. Profoundly shattering
    • seer found a man who had passed through the gate of death, leaving behind
    • deepest foundations of his soul and plays no part in what he can
    • path to true knowledge of the human self is to be found in the kind
    • understand the facts that lie at the foundation of man's occult
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    • could always be found by those who were clairvoyant, as such, He has
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    • as was found in a most objectionable form in the official church at
    • It is perhaps most profoundly touching if, through repeated study,
    • on these paths I found much. I searched for my “I,” but
    • before ever I found it, I fell into “nothingness” in this
    • words that profoundly touch the heart and soul. They can be
    • soul, he found within the soul a weaving, living spiritual element.
    • looked through the soul into the spirit, and in the spirit they found
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    • way to the divine spiritual foundations. Meister Eckhart arrived at a
    • own time, the most profound thinkers had been reduced to the
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • archetypal form, was sought and found in the human soul, inasmuch as
    • Cusanus found the naught and had to seek the I out of nothingness.
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    • blood as a mystical experience, anybody would have founded a
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    • out is then found to fit the phenomena of nature. But why this is so
    • looking at a body found in it the image of spirit. One then looked
    • recognized as the image of the artist's ideas, so one found in
    • possible also to sever mathematics from the earth and to found an
    • for himself. It was something given to him, and which he found
    • kind of successor to Copernicus, Newton becomes the real founder of
    • these four concepts are found in life, they are clear; but they are
    • always obscure when found in the heads of thinkers.
    • happened here explains why a man like Goethe found it impossible
    • spiritual knowledge until we once again have found the spirit in
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    • to be found outside, it lives in me. The same is true of my
    • be found for them. Man no longer knew how he experienced them jointly
    • gained from the living organism. No feature, no characteristic, found
    • never found. These are the unicellular organisms. They only divide
    • one is not dealing with atoms. But if they are found in a living
    • are found, there is death, there is something inorganic. This is how
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    • longer be found, so that they became free-floating in a certain
    • qualities cannot be found in this inner nature. Therefore it has no
    • is to be found outside the physical and etheric bodies from the
    • looked for the distinguishing features. But nothing could be found in
    • found no successors in the scientific world. On the contrary, as a
    • This found followers, while Goethe's conception did not. Some
    • man and animal cannot be found in these external details.
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    • of the deeper foundations of life and history.
    • can behold the foundations of what takes place in the external
    • profound insights, deep conceptions, concerning man and his relation
    • hidden under their pedantic style, profound ideas concerning the way
    • perceptible, and so on. If we take the stream of tradition founded on
    • In all studies, such as those I have just outlines, it is found
    • comprehend because of his clumsiness. But Jacob Boehme shows profound
    • foundations of things. Physics and chemistry have been eliminated
    • Therefore, they found themselves able to speak about digestion only
    • force,” With it he founded the dynamic school. Stahl was gifted
    • ideas of science, found it impossible to connect man to the spirit
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    • found through spiritual-scientific research. Briefly stated,
    • will not be what we found earlier in our physics and chemistry, it
    • is to be found by studying the “lower man.” There you
    • in the origin of chemical processes. Hence, they are found only, if,
    • why we have founded research institutes
    • be found in scientific literature that researchers have accidentally
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    • satisfactory foundation for a scientific world view, namely the
    • world view. This will show further how a foundation may be secured for
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
    • as found on the sun. These things have a very practical value at the
    • intensity. In the spot where the sun is will be found a hole in
    • foundation. A great deal of pride is taken in this so-called
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    • expansion, it would be found other than it is here. We would find that
    • expansion values found in the case of solids are transformed into a
    • Academia del Cimento in Florence. This was founded in 1667 and many
    • Renaissance, found Europe little inclined to trouble itself with
    • experimentation. When the way has been found not only to experiment
    • correctly translate old writings. But a profound meaning lies in this.
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    • investigated would have an effect on a spiritually founded world view
    • possibility of a spiritual foundation for the world. And “exact
    • Further, it has been found that not only heat but electrical and
    • found the place cold like a cellar, I would have hurried out and would
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    • foundations of our view. Let us continue by tying in the things we
    • out how these crystals originate. What forces lie at the foundation of
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    • thing has found its way to a most unfortunate extent into our physical
    • what lies at the foundation of the “Free Waldorf School.”
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    • Hartmann are really postulated as their foundation. A perpetuum mobile
    • reality in its very foundation postulate. If the facts are adhered to,
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    • really given in such a manner that one has no foundation on which to
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    • ways. In one form, the bodies through which it spreads are profoundly
    • The question now arises, what is to be found at the point of juncture?
    • man. And now we must ask ourselves, are these forces to be found in
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    • forces in the earth realm. We found them when we turned our attention
    • in the material realm is empirically found to be the genesis of
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    • found in Fourrier (other investigators might also be cited.) Let us
    • foundation for illuminating the basic facts of physical phenomena.
    • is indeed to be found along with the quantitative.
    • never be found for making one energy positive and another negative on
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    • relationships are found when we extend a train of thought. You can do
    • activity. And at the foundation of all was life, active in
    • fluid and the solid are now found on the one hand, and on the other
    • heat we have found that which is the equilibrium condition between the
    • certain other phenomena and essentially and profoundly modified by
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    • race. Thus we will lay foundations for progress.
    • these things. We must found schools. What is happening in the world
    • earth through the school system. If we would found schools for the
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    • lectures in the Goetheanum, which was founded to promote Spiritual
    • other sciences, whose justification is found in observation through
    • the origins of physical man. It is necessary once more to found a
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    • found that in the inner life of the spirit no real inner connection
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    • foundations in cosmic worlds, as growing out of the spiritual Cosmos.
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    • Christ, man can find, since Golgotha, what he formerly found through a
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    • head-organization is found that which is capable of reflecting the
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    • thinking part of the soul is founded on a destructive activity of the
    • in its earthly form cannot be a foundation for it, then the experience
    • called a foundation of a true educational science.
    • ego; and the cure can be found only by means of such knowledge. For in
    • the realms of the outer world are to be found mineral and herbal
    • can be found in certain functions of the organism itself, which in a
    • psychic-spiritual being to make it the foundation of his destined
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    • was cultivated in true Rosicrucianism is to be found in literature. The
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    • from their very foundations will it be possible later on to consider
    • foundation of universal brotherliness. It is impossible to penetrate into
    • movement had also to be founded on this basis.
    • This law lays the foundations of an inner, universal brotherliness,
    • nature of the animal is to be found, the astral world. Thirdly, the
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    • are to be found in the mineral world outside, interwoven with consummate
    • of the astral body. In every human being, therefore, it will be found that
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    • but upon the investigation of spiritual facts. The foundation of all
    • an idea of the Spiritland by means of analogy. A solid land can be found
    • Just think of how everything introduced into life by the great founders
    • What had flowed from the founders of religion into the individual
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    • The foundations of all physical happenings are therefore to be sought
    • and child is an example. To begin with, this relationship is founded upon
    • are to be found in nature everywhere. The occultist knows that the imagery
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    • Old Saturn you would have found no earth, water or air; warmth or fire
    • there came into existence once and forever the foundation for the existence
    • created the foundation, the Spirits of Wisdom could not have begun their
    • were to be found on Old Sun? Certain Spirits of Personality had not
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    • of semi-solid, semi-fluid foundation. On the earth today we walk about
    • Nothing would have been found resembling our rocks of today; instead,
    • beings involved take their substances with them. Spirit is the foundation
    • because they would not have found the right soil for their activity;
    • was to be found, because bodies were no longer fit to receive the being
    • Only the strongest souls found it possible to cope with the stubborn
    • always to be found. When the ego of humanity was to be instilled, the
    • Mars, Venus or Saturn. These souls now found bodies that were appropriate
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    • the end of the Lemurian epoch you would not have found even the densest
    • metallic masses, that the first foundation of the mineral kingdom was
    • to be found today in certain lunatics who on account of the liberation
    • we recognize once again the reflection of a profound, occult trend.
    • Atlantis cannot be found by modern researchers. Hopes cherished by learned
    • are to he found. Remnants of animals from ancient periods can still
    • be found because the animals had already hardened while man's constitution
    • were destined to found the culture belonging to the earth; they were
    • to be the founders of present humanity. They already had within them the
    • the Sun Oracle led the small group of human beings and founded a kind
    • to make them capable of founding post-Atlantean culture. During the
    • in space what he has actually found there. The essential secret of the
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    • spiritual can also be found by man in the physical world. He revealed
    • This profound utterance in St. John's Gospel is not to be understood
    • were saved only by being given a physical foundation. The blood is the
    • understanding of wisdom was to be found. When he felt his end approaching
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    • Aristotle, the founder of logic, was the first to apply the technique
    • finding its ultimate expression in Kant. There is to be found in Kant
    • also have within us the foundations for organs of the future, organs
    • striated muscle, which is to be found in all voluntary organs in man.
    • is to be found in the astral world. For the group soul of lions, for
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    • attain his goal, has always in its really most profound essence been
    • may come in particular to those who believe profoundly in the
    • is to be found! Yet it is in all the editions and forms, as I have
    • fruits of the Earth. This is a profound wisdom; gold signifies the
    • chasm, where reigns the profoundest darkness, and there it is buried.
    • Serpent had found it. The wisdom that brings men forward is still a
    • man had made himself worthy to receive it, it will be found in its
    • found the three great priests of Initiation; these priests were
    • forces that live in a highly developed soul are also to be found in
    • It is precisely this which must be taken as the profoundest solution
    • Initiation. That too, is a profound feature of the enigmatical Fairy
    • profound thought — when man has laid aside everything belonging
    • It is of profound significance if we are able to understand the words
    • second part was found in his writing table, closed and sealed. He put
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    • presentation the profoundest secrets are concealed. We can only
    • impressive way he found words to point out that which to him seemed
    • shore on which is to be found the garden of the beautiful Lily, which
    • represented, which is to be found in the clefts of the earth.
    • beings are to be found therein. And now comes the Old Man with the
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    • Christmas trees, which are to be found in almost every home today,
    • ago you would not have found the streets bedecked with trees, nor
    • belong, was founded. An entirely new mode of thought and feeling arose
    • that, in the time of the Mithraic cult, found its symbolical
    • found the importance of the disciples' message, “We have laid our hand
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    • found as sure a path in his spirit as the sun outside in the universe,
    • was called a Sun Hero, and they were to be found among all peoples.
    • founders of religions. But they do not know that in the initiation
    • have been searched out and found. Here you have the reason why they
    • could be found in these myths. They had been put into them in the
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    • profounder depths, and the nature of it shall be the leitmotif of our
    • spiritual world. These Ravens are to be found everywhere. They are
    • transmit messages. They are to be found in the Germanic sagas and
    • found in the Sun Hero. Through the strength of the higher man born in
    • Seth, now in Paradise, found the Tree of Life and the Tree of
    • initiated and shall have found knowledge. Only the Tree of Life will
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    • lies, as spirit, at the foundations of our physical universe and its
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    • second category which we then described are to be found in water that
    • that in the astral body of the earth is to be found everything
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    • Now these beings of the Third Hierarchy described to-day are found in
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    • feel profoundly the difference between the leaf of a plant which
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    • as can only be found in analogy, in considering people with a rich
    • one another with regard to their common action. Just as men found a
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    • the truth which at the present time can be found in occult
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    • to be found upon the moon. Nor is there anything to be found upon it,
    • Neither of these is to be found by occult vision upon our moon. It
    • But in the comets there is nothing at all to be found, either of the
    • foundation in the subsequent lectures. To be sure, we must specially
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    • made still clearer if we state the following: We found the category of
    • found intellectual and very brilliant interpretations supposed to
    • four-membered human being to be found, according to anthroposophical
    • the animals; for this is not to be found in the same region as the ego
    • of the human being. The animal ego is only to be found apart from the
    • verbal designations, we must then proceed in other ways. I have found
    • “Logos”; but I have not found any clear concept called forth
    • of what the “Logos” really is. As a rule I found that the
    • the plants are to be found on the so-called astral plane.
    • with a living being, but that living being is only to be found on the
    • found on the astral plane. Now if we halt occultly, as it were, in
    • us a foundation for seeking the relations of these various kingdoms of
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    • found its physical body on the physical plane, its etheric body on the
    • in man we call the ego, the I, can only be found for the animal on the
    • found in the astral world. Objection may easily be raised to the fact
    • There is no question of that. In this sphere lies the foundation of
    • the expression, “The animal group-ego is to be found on the
    • be found on the earth, occult vision can only discover for the animal
    • arise. More details are to be found in my Christiania lectures as to
    • knows, are to be found in The Secret Doctrine of H. P.
    • significant intimations are to be found in The Secret Doctrine
    • the astral body is to be found on the astral plane, where also are the
    • humanity from their occult foundations. They were conscious of having
    • things cannot be shaken from their foundations through human
    • popular lectures is rooted in occult foundations. How deeply grounded
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    • animated, the life of the mineral, is not to be found in the physical
    • colony was founded on the moon, from which there now streamed etheric
    • founded a colony on the moon, were obliged to exclude the Lucifer
    • to profound occult mysteries. What is thus shown externally in Maya,
    • super-sensible world — in a world not found in the regions where the
    • group-egos of the animals or plants are to be found. Therefore we
    • the mineral, is distributed over the worlds. We have found group-souls
    • the minerals are to be found in the sphere of the Thrones, those of
    • with the moon. The Spirits of Wisdom founded a colony upon the moon in
    • Records, and what we have found physically in the moon is, in its
    • works down into our kingdoms of nature, and is the foundation of all
    • of the various religious Founders and Inspirers of humanity, then will
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    • approach the subject more closely. It will be found that many things
    • that man has within himself is to be found in all the rest of nature.
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    • now nothing would be achieved by it. It was dictated then by profound
    • Abraham, for whom the spirit of God was only to be found in the world
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    • deeply into spiritual foundations has the task of throwing light on
    • science, it would be found that they were written much later than the
    • found in spiritual fields independently of them. Now we recognize
    • being with the knowledge which we have found through spiritual
    • Ego-consciousness away from the foundation of the organization. The
    • comprehensive sense all this contains the forces which are found in
    • other great founders of religions. Into the life of Jesus of Nazareth
    • Nowhere in the outer world is the spiritual to be found in its
    • can be found for the future.
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    • origin, were originally founded upon initiation, by initiates. They
    • or that founder. We find first the Krishna religion, leading back to
    • anthroposophists can understand: He learns to know that the founder of
    • In Christianity the founder of the religion is Jesus of Nazareth. The
    • founder, Jesus of Nazareth, only as with a fact, as with a fact which
    • founder of a religion, the life of Jesus of Nazareth is examined by
    • that it clearly does not proceed from the founder of a religion as
    • present on the earth; death, in all its forms, is not found there. In
    • the founder of an abstract religious system. In our present time the
    • founder of a religion, in accordance with the demands of our time,
    • foundation. Exoterically, no one knows who is a leader in the
    • pointed to the founders of religions who should come later; in the
    • feelings of the Buddhist by saying it is not true that the founder of
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    • as the foundation for moral intuition, — such thinking,
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    • could not be found again. This cannot be found unless we begin to seek
    • relation can be found only spiritually. What occurred on Golgotha is
    • being, who can be found in the spirit. We need not consider as
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    • of the rich tones of inner beauty which are to be found in the German
    • are seeking today shall be found out of the common center of true
    • seeking but found only chaos. These things cannot be portrayed by
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    • knowledge, and they find, well, those who are usually to be found in
    • found nothing yet that leads out of the Nothingness. At one time the
    • understood about the essence of the founding of the Waldorf School,
    • spoken today about the Waldorf School can be found by them in books.
    • longer. Out of the darkness in the human soul, a light must be found
    • profounder natures in the modern youth movement. By no means
    • thought-pictures were to be found in tradition and in what the father
    • genuinely human might be found in them, has surrounded itself with a
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    • the most concrete way about the Spirit in order to lay a foundation
    • time when Benedict founded his Order. Had it been written then it
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    • he found in the middle of the nineteenth century, namely,
    • Schopenhauer's philosophical pessimism. This made a profound
    • had found, for example, a David Friedrich Strauss — revered by
    • found himself facing the “Nothingness” at the end of the
    • felt in the life of soul. Nietzsche found his way out of this second
    • art as found in Wagner, from the philosophy of Schopenhauer, and so
    • freedom unless this had happened. But Nietzsche who found these
    • feeling among the young of the twentieth century found themselves.
    • acquire the most profound feeling for honesty and truth. If we build
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    • of the world, should lead to the founding of the moral life of the
    • dead thinking, science can be founded, but with it the young can
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    • will say something rather paradoxical. Suppose somebody found what he
    • a pedantic way to what might be found in a book but to the human
    • outside opinions they say: “Yes, but if you try to found
    • profound is the tragedy of the young who had to follow the old? —
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    • Nothingness” was a most profound experience — this
    • to be found in a chapter of modern biology — or of some other
    • must be found that for which the young are thirsting. Our whole
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    • ourselves. This feeling, however, was dulled down by what they found
    • something warmer, more saturated with substance should be found. This
    • profounder natures were living in the midst of the superficial ones
    • these profounder natures, which is possible through Spiritual
    • longer listened to; they no longer found the opportunity to become
    • in the second half of the nineteenth century. They were to be found
    • everywhere, at the inner periphery, life to be found and not death.
    • there shall also be found among the young, single ideals striving
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    • bridge between one man and another, cannot be found. We are suffering
    • the belief of the young was to be founded. A man did not think, just
    • answer to this question is found by learning to perceive — for
    • with their mind souls. Today a different solution must be found.
    • young that no such answer was to be found in the schools, so they
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    • Mystery of Golgotha and what is to be found can never be estimated
    • development proceeded from wide human foundations for which, when
    • fact of Schiller's urging Goethe to continue Faust only found
    • developing out of another, that you have found your way into
    • and see if in evoking gestures we may not have the foundations of a
    • But what is found in a botanical textbook cannot mean anything to a
    • spiritual life. In the foundations of the spirit life of the world it
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    • that we have found someone like ourselves. But in this way we do not
    • education founded upon a true knowledge of the human being, that art
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    • where soul and spirit are not found separated from the body but where
    • State will have found its best constitution when it makes itself
    • myths and legends are founded on truth, then we may be sure that
    • and philistines were to be found in the teaching profession it would
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    • the dragon must be conquered. He does not suffer men to found
    • see how profoundly this problem must be grasped. But what has
    • memory — who found no answer to their search for man, because
    • nature, in their development. Many things could be found in such
    • your hearts. If hearts have found some connection with what is meant
    • chief thing will be that in our hearts we have found each other; then
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    • Now we may characterize these two kinds of beings from a more profound
    • and the truth of the triad has been withheld. The most profound
    • We must consider such profound aspects if we wish to understand
    • in the footsteps of this dogma which has found its way into modern
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    • found its conclusion in the human head reaches far back. But if we add
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    • confess: through historical documents there cannot be found any proof
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    • human beings who were found to be objectively suited for direct
    • As you know, outer history relates how Socrates founded dialectics,
    • feeling is well founded. It is absolutely possible that one
    • observation of nature and the truths that are found in the sciences,
    • The reason is to be found in the fact that mathematical truths
    • general Father god who lies at the foundation of the world. There is
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    • and political foundations of monarchy, Dante tries to show that the
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    • the foundation for our subsequent spiritual-scientific considerations.
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    • the foundations which we laid here the last time to such spiritual
    • firm foundation: We live here in this physical world; but we
    • expectation of help from ghosts is what most decidedly confounds human
    • said today may be found in outer events; the spiritual researcher
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • spiritual foundations of existence, for the inner
    • extraordinarily profound explanation that one is
    • very “profound,” this is the most absurd solution
    • in fact such an experience was found in the childhood of the
    • Freud continued his search, and actually found an
    • who found it to be a factor in a certain number of cases of
    • Adler — I will only generalize — found that there
    • as many cases may be found to support the power-impulse theory
    • as Freud found for his sexual theory.
    • disposal from this particular standpoint, and found everywhere
    • psychological symptoms are found, a search must be made in
    • can make.” The man in question grasped this, but found
    • pedagogy. This again is founded upon the justifiable longing to
    • Jung considers this a fact: that Nietzsche found a demon, and
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • become the foundation of a teaching system. This forces
    • foundation is reached only by realizing that consciousness does
    • accident, she would have found some other excuse. She needed
    • to the house at once, or she would have found some other
    • altogether different instincts would be found ruling those
    • found that their subconscious actions seldom lead back to the
    • In it I deal with the strictures upon Anthroposophy, found in a
    • founded upon passages taken from my books. In a very neat
    • he chooses a very small number, and founds upon them, with
    • about animals, for example, they usually have for a foundation
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • “a blind chicken has found a kernel of corn”
    • attention upon the realm where Christ may be found, in
    • sunlight, found that the sun did not shine upon him, could not
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • vision which, as a picture, may be false though founded upon
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    • Steiner lays the foundations for a truly spiritual psychology. The
    • these formative forces are found to be undergoing a
    • skull would be found forecast within the lungs during the
    • in fact the foundation for a rational therapy.
    • hierarchies are found through a more profound contemplation of
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    • with the foundation of our views, of our knowledge, and in the last
    • found its most significant expression in Gautama Buddha. That also
    • found an unsuitable body (which could happen through his being unable
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    • the foundations for an ever-increasing valuation of this unique event.
    • object for writing. I have had to experience that even in the founding
    • found from the astral body to the use of the Ego. With reference to
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    • reality is not to be found in external Sense-Revelation. It
    • suffering must be overcome, A means must be found to be able to
    • to Comte. And so he even tries to found a Church on the basis
    • features. He occupied himself a great deal with the founding of
    • started studying Jacob Boehme, and found in him that Spiritual
    • the type found in historical evolution, although he
    • aphoristically, without giving the foundations for it in
    • detail, the reason why this, which is not to be found in
    • Auguste Comte, is to be found in others. I have told you that
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    • Therefore man of old was convinced that when he founded a
    • knew that those social structures were founded under the
    • world-view which found its special advocate in Auguste Comte,
    • found between idealism and realism. That is what I want to
    • the enormous opposition to be found in a certain sphere of the
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    • and what she writes will enable you to see what a profound meaning is
    • You will see how profoundly the Prometheus saga symbolises these
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    • process in its occult significance through the profound symbol of the
    • expression of the founding of the Greek Mystery-schools.
    • lost and was now only to be found in the caves and crypts of the
    • Orpheus, Hercules and others became the founders of this Greek
    • initiation which had been founded by Jason together with Orpheus,
    • This found its expression in the Vedas, and in what the Persian
    • wanted to express in his profound saga.
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    • Roman peoples, whose first representatives are mainly to be found in
    • practised. I have already said that one of its founders, one can say
    • its chief founder, was named Sieg. And in these northern parts
    • Foundation of Christianity. Sieg renounced his body and placed it at
    • foundation of Christianity. Sieg had to lead this northern culture to
    • found in the word ‘Friedhof,’ (graveyard). The very same Chela
    • prophetic augury which found expression everywhere in the later
    • something that is not to be found in the entire range of southern
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    • This invulnerability, which we find in Siegfried, is also to be found
    • Hence caste is only to be found in the authentic priestly cultures, in
    • men who were opposed to one another were to be found, but that was not
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    • based on occultism. Whenever a prophet or a founder of a religion
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    • the meaning of this development. On Saturn the germinal foundation
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    • profundity of thought even though it is found wanting in many ways
    • only because they do not understand what is to be found in these
    • in the world of tone it is found in the scale. Everywhere, in all
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    • meaning. In man there is to be found a kind of extract of all the
    • Apocalypse of St. John will remember that there is to be found in it
    • found in the single animal. The man has an individual soul, the
    • descended into the physical world, but are to be found only in the
    • found here as a circular inscription on the seal's outer edge, which
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    • continuation in the invisible world of the four grades found within
    • to humanity in the first epoch after Atlantis. For all that is found
    • found in certain very limited circles of people who watched over what
    • that not book-wisdom, but living wisdom, could be found. For certain
    • are there, they are to be found in the Gospels and in other Christian
    • Mystery Schools of the West. Much that is to be found in the stanzas
    • the Rosy Cross; in them is to be found absolutely all that the great
    • whatever of that which is to be found in the Eastern wisdom is
    • found in Buddhism, therefore religions are not making progress, there
    • found it right to place a material sun as the middle point of an
    • after we have found the key to it, we shall pass on to further
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    • physical, material process. At the foundation of this physically
    • fire, so that at the foundation of all things we have nothing but
    • forms conceptions regarding the spiritual foundations of the world,
    • Now we have explained one part of that profound sentence from the
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    • have found?
    • found down below as an heirloom from ancient Saturn what they
    • The ancient Spirits of Personality had found on Saturn, pure warmth.
    • The Archangels, who were first able to become human on the Sun, found
    • breathing. You would have found there certain conditions, when there
    • Sun, on which the Archangels found it possible to pass through their
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    • foundations of his humanity; and so it continued all through the Sun
    • of that Sun-mist was built the first foundation or germ of what we
    • call to-day the animal kingdom. Just as the earliest foundations of
    • animal kingdom in its first physical foundation grew out of the Sun
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    • gas or smoke. Thus two substances are to be found there: primeval
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    • the foundation of external happenings. But the old Ptolemaic system
    • use the physical system as a foundation, one gets around the earth up
    • observe, then it is found in the Copernican system. If one asks about
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    • spiritual principles, which are to be found only in the spiritual
    • messengers.’ Sayings such as these found in ancient religious
    • the foundation of the first Post-Atlantean civilisation, were the
    • The great founders of religions were men possessed by Angels. Angels
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    • certain Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim are to be found. They are not
    • wisdom taught the following: On ancient Saturn the first foundation
    • of the human physical body was formed. That first foundation was
    • foundations of the human heart? They pointed upwards, and named the
    • Thus also have all the other foundations or germs of the human organs
    • foundation of the physical body; the Spirits of Wisdom gave him now
    • Moon. You know that the first foundation for the Ego was prepared in
    • that the origin of this designation is to be found, and it is only in
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    • found by this means the impulse for movement within itself.
    • first foundations during the very earliest Saturn formation. That
    • the Crab; the foundation of the symmetrical shape of man, that is the
    • of Aries; the foundation of our organ of speech, when Saturn stood
    • is found in all the World Myths, and all the national legends or
    • comprises all that man has within him. Profound truth lies in the
    • teaching which was the foundation of the Old Testament — to
    • centre is to be found in the great circumference. Hence, all teachers
    • given to a certain stage of development. We have found that the
    • the beginning of the sacrifice which is found at its highest point in
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    • evolution. They formed, so to speak, the foundation on which the new
    • is to be found in some one place may often have a complicated
    • have found their places of habitation outside our world. We shall
    • with all founders of religions. They were ensouled by a Being who was
    • later for the propagation of Christianity. Look at the founders of
    • the Christ and the other great founders of religions. This difference
    • found in other religions, but this is not the question; the fact is
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    • foundation, is the symbol of the Cross — as elucidated by a
    • necessary it was. This necessity is indicated in a profound way in
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    • world experienced by means of the sense organs they are to be found
    • decay is found there.
    • spiritual worlds, because only there is to be found a certain —
    • expression of some being is found, as for example, fire or air, the
    • that is to be found in a super-sensible world behind our feelings and
    • at which the external spirits are to be found. But behind the inner
    • Earth evolution the substances and beings now to be found in the
    • his answer will be that it is to be found in the physical or
    • it will be found that all this is due to the moon, to those beings
    • of the sun spirits, which are to be found behind external Maya. Maya
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    • existence are to be found behind the phenomena of the sense world, or whether
    • true that a spiritual being or spiritual fact is to be found behind
    • evolved through the Sun and Moon periods, is to be found in the Earth
    • periods by examining what is not to be found in this transformed
    • pristine teaching concerning the spiritual foundations of our earth
    • course of lectures is to compare what can be found irrespective of
    • which time neither plant nor animal nor human forms were to be found.
    • found under the same form in Pherecydes of Syros, in the old Egyptian
    • wisdom rediscovered today is to be found, in different form, wherever
    • discoveries of modern super-sensible investigation are to be found
    • still to be found today in him who in ancient India was named
    • the same influence as was to be found in ancient India, only enriched
    • found in the soul world at a time when the Christ was not yet
    • wisdom-beings to be found today by occult research which we encounter
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    • were to be found in old Atlantis species of men very different from
    • as India. In this movement were to be found peoples of various kinds,
    • worlds where the upper gods were to be found — gods who are
    • gods. Odin, Thor, etc., are the names of divine beings to be found
    • Consider the Egyptian Osiris. Osiris is the divinity found by man on
    • found behind the veil of the soul life is exactly the same, in
    • sank into his inner nature he found his Brahman; and he knew what he
    • found behind the veil of his soul life to be identical with that
    • soul, the inner life. The conception of conscience is not to be found
    • spiritual essence formerly to be found only behind the veil of the
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    • the Godhead found in it not merely an image of itself, but was able
    • them all human perfection's are to be found, not only those now
    • designated as ‘Tat’ is also to be found by a man looking
    • something else is to be found; that at the same time there were
    • its deepest foundations. And in very fact we find a region of post
    • found in ancient Greece. There we have on the one hand the path which
    • its spiritual foundations, mysteries concerning which we already know
    • to be found along the path through the inner nature were reserved for
    • far as the physical plane; a being to be found by sinking from the
    • although without definite knowledge of its spiritual foundations. And
    • Friedrich Nietzsche, a member of this group, founded his first
    • gods and spirits can be found only by the consciousness of the seer
    • and beyond the physical world, the Christ is to be found within the
    • found in the external universe: the Christ is He who was born within
    • inner god was sought; the Christ is a God Who may be found without as
    • could say that the divinity to be found on the outward path and the
    • divinity to be found on the inward path were one. After the Christ
    • life, he found not Christ, but Dionysos. Today if development has
    • Being. Today this being may also be found in the inner life as the
    • the mysteries, and has already partly done so since the foundation of
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    • man may have when by profound, inner life he permeates his soul
    • Indian as instinctive sight are to be found in the rudimentary
    • invented, but are the expressions of a profound primeval wisdom
    • Kariot and was found by the Queen of that island. And because she and
    • to her. Then the foundling thought he was wrongly treated and he
    • when we know the spiritual facts lying at the foundation of the
    • will be found that what has been said stands every test, if
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    • define the beings as gods to be found outside in the heavens and gods
    • to be found within the soul; and we may designate the way leading
    • of many kinds are to be found in the world. Speaking from our
    • the man of ancient India that what was to be found in the Vedas was
    • for it not in books but by observation of what is to be found in the
    • feelings that are to be found on the ethereal heights of thought, we
    • of divinity. Feelings such as were to be found among the old Indians
    • is to be found in the spiritual worlds, whether upon the outward or
    • found in both the spiritual worlds, had already disappeared from the
    • mystery of Ahura Mazdao; if he looked inwards he found himself by the
    • the realms of Ahura Mazdao, which he found on the outward path.
    • beings to be found behind the sense-world, and that the Egyptian
    • peoples sought for the spiritual beings to be found upon the inward
    • foundations underlying the physical world, we must call these
    • old times. World secrets of infinite importance are to be found
    • found there, for the highest is to be found even in the lowest; but
    • they also found something there expressive of the reality of a being,
    • subterranean gods. Adonis is a later name for the beings found by
    • human soul, had to be found within it, even as formerly the Luciferic
    • divinities and Osiris were to be found there. The two paths clearly
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    • time and space. Now this profound mystery can, gradually, be
    • well be analysed by using the number seven as a foundation and
    • provided the foundation of love in the olden times. And the cases
    • everything else indicates how profoundly momentous the Christ event
    • of mankind than can be found in sense perception or in human
    • but realise rather that the world is very profound and that there
    • must serve as a slight indication of the profound change that thus
    • initiates who had founded mystery places in the West for the
    • found a single country in the Middle Ages in which a certain legend
    • be found in many books of the Middle Ages and is one of the widely
    • and of Karma, but in the older religion they are to be found in an
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    • strengthening the foundations of our cause. This I shall attempt to
    • General Assembly, when the German Section was founded, I delivered
    • air-castle, lacking foundation. They are not able to understand how
    • scientific, but no bridge is found between the two. If we do not stop
    • and we will endeavor in the following to start laying the foundations
    • What I have given you is an urgently needed foundation
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    • all this can be found in the sense of touch, the sense of touch
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    • Spirits of the various folk individualities. This thought has found
    • truth; there is such a thing as well-founded acceptance of theosophic
    • being and found them to run as follows:
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    • be found streaming into our soul lives. Into one side of it flows
    • carry in the soul, sensation. As a foundation, then, for subsequent
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    • approaches Goethe with such profound veneration as I feel for him may
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    • Thee, whom in thy sons' lives I oft times found revealed,
    • through which the soul experiences itself most profoundly in its
    • found in the soul. They arise at the portals of the senses. Consider
    • not founded on reality, and this suffices to produce a baneful
    • of life, life wisdom, hence a broad foundation is indispensable.
    • That produces a profoundly unsatisfied feeling toward that being.
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    • personalities in question. Try to sense the profound difference
    • what we found at work in the soul life: reasoning, and the
    • that appear, the ego visualization is one. True, we found that the
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    • point is quite definite: that this one earth life has profound
    • across the millennia and based upon a scientific foundation, is still
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    • rests upon a solid foundation and is proof against whatever
    • anthroposophy one stands upon a firm foundation. So the aim is to
    • found that Brentano shrewdly halted before the spirit, so that we do,
    • found that might persuade man, such as he is in everyday life, to
    • such a foundation, the world that is opened up through the awakening
    • upon us unless we have the special foundation this moral frame of
    • however, with Aristotle's assertion. We found it contained much that
    • then, is not to be found in a continuous renewal, a rejuvenation
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    • ESTERDAY we found that in a certain way there is, after all, something
    • nor can all this ever have any foundation as such, because, as he
    • We found yesterday that in a certain way error is a sort
    • Well, we found it first on the side of the emotions, but there,
    • visualizations. Intuition, however, is to be found on the side of the
    • that could be done he died within a day. The parents were profoundly
    • memory; they thought of him a great deal. One morning they found that
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    • earth lives there are to be found even today those who maintain that
    • century genuine theosophy of the older kind was to be found in
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    • Festival, have any clear or profound idea of what it means? How seldom
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • course. A man whose spiritual life had found a path as sure as that of
    • that Sun myths are connected with the lives of all the great Founders
    • found in connection with Buddha and with the Christ.
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    • mankind. When the whole of mankind has attained Initiation and found
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    • point to the loss of a great truth, such profound meaning lay behind
    • found in man's own, original being, before the onset of the Luciferic
    • which bring peace to the soul can be found within ourselves. True
    • peace of soul is present only when that peace has sure foundations,
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    • corruption, when it was to be found only in echoes, in symbolism. This
    • foundations for what I have told you to-day. The human being has
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    • of being the founder of such a ‘School of Wisdom.’ We must understand
    • Founded in 1920 by Count Hermann Keyserling (1880-1946).
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    • It will be obvious to you that very profound symbolism is contained in
    • founded. At the time of the founding of Christianity it was still
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    • purpose. The meaning and essence of Christianity must be found again.
    • Nazareth. This truth is expressed in history itself in a profound way.
    • deep and profound experience the candidate for Initiation knew with
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    • This is an example of the feeling for esotericism to be found in the
    • the Saturn evolution is to be found in the very highest spiritual
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    • descended and found a state of things which enabled them to say:
    • descended into some part of the earth and found there something which
    • visible, men could turn their attention away from what was to be found
    • A Teacher had to be found, able to carry down what makes it possible
    • (i.e., the Egyptian) there was a profound musical culture in
    • The effects of this music even then included what was to be found in
    • evolving to the point where the true expressions may be found in its
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    • observe. Anyone who observes more profoundly will, however, find
    • one can place it, we can then reckon back; and it will be found that
    • our life by knowing how these laws are to be found. When we know the
    • this noble sense of indignation is to be found in the character of a
    • but I had a profound reverence for him. Then one day the opportunity
    • came, and I was taken to see him. A feeling of profound and holy awe
    • observes the connections to be found within short periods of time, it
    • found in life between birth and death. Now we can follow out the law
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    • profound way in the description of ‘the Fall’ which
    • and true judgment. Illness will become the foundation for more
    • Thus we see the profound truth of what I have already indicated here
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    • in an ancestor of Jesus the foundations of a right development of all
    • ecstatic condition at the time of the founding of Christianity, had
    • Christianity was founded. When in olden times he was filled with the
    • the founders of peace in that part of human nature which in the future
    • firm on that foundation, they will then be blessed in a new sense; in
    • must be found in the Ego itself. The time has now come when this must
    • could not be found there in the pre-Christian time: the Christ in His
    • wide. This again found acceptance by the materialistically religious
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    • themselves and as such can be found in the Gospels if rightly
    • When we go back beyond the founding of Christianity, we find two
    • the like. There he found that from which the soul itself came forth:
    • indication of a deeper foundation of cosmic Mysteries, permeating all
    • being of man which does not in some way relate to what can be found in
    • woman in human life? That can be found too. But before we are able to
    • they consider that what is found in one domain is applicable to every
    • would be nonsense. We must investigate the occult foundations of this
    • Just as a fresh ripe fruit is found in a petrified state in a
    • We have now found some extremely interesting connections between the
    • Now, having brought before our minds the polarity to be found in human
    • ridiculed in his Truth and Poetry and which found their
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    • said and done, all that is of profoundest interest to man is really
    • such — of believing that everything to be found in the human soul
    • to-day, was always to be found there. Yet, as we know, the various
    • This is one of the remarkable proofs to be found in the historical
    • civilisation. Thus we see, what a profound purpose there is in our
    • meaning of what thus flows forth is not to be found in the content of
    • within it, but having nevertheless the profoundest comprehension of
    • Christ, for there a body could be found into which He could draw in,
    • that environment. It is profoundly moving to perceive how at this
    • elements, so that it can still be found in the spiritual atmosphere of
    • secret of Christ's entrance into the West, that He there found souls
    • may be gone into yet more profoundly. But it will be some time before
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    • that activity and at the same time be possible for the Foundress
    • everything to be found in the old external records — and yet they
    • errors, the thing that matters is, it was found possible to write it!
    • world, and that among other things, Christ Himself can also be found
    • existed, but also that the historic Jesus can be found in the
    • find again in them what we found in the spiritual worlds independently
    • other founders of religion. It never occurred to Blavatsky to deny the
    • preceded the Event of Golgotha can also be found in the accounts of
    • species of uniform is later found to be in use for the same office.
    • are to be found on the earth can H. P. Blavatsky do anything for the
    • found expression in the Theosophical movement. The greatest must be
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    • teaching of the Mystery of Golgotha because it is not to be found in
    • From this we see how unfounded is the reproach that the explanations
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    • the forces that repair the astral body to be found in the universe?
    • human existence are to be found on the earth is utterly mistaken.
    • patiently compared and collated, it will be found that nowhere in the
    • “national” religion such as is found among the Hindus or
    • Christ Jesus speaks profound words in the Gospel when He says to
    • one utterance or the other may be found, but never both. Close
    • anything essential at stake when a truth is not found in particular
    • in Christ is founded the realization that the Christ impulse is not
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    • the kamaloca period, descriptions of which can be found in my
    • there lived a certain personality named Norbert, who founded an
    • during the Middle Ages when the Grail Saga found its deeper origin in
    • we would say, “Is the only issue what is to be found in sacred
    • be found in its books to the detriment of a religion? Cannot every
    • created and which is found in the Gospel of St. John, “In the
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    • agree with orthodox astronomy can be found in the Düsseldorf
    • source. Their founders have had to reckon with the temperament of the
    • that in the Venus sphere souls were to be found in the provinces of
    • religion that souls in the Sun sphere found themselves in that primal
    • religions was lost and can only be found again through occult
    • though not in detail — found the Throne of Christ in the Sun
    • He left the Sun, and only the Akashic picture of the Christ is found
    • it seemed incredible, I found it impossible to do so. Many of you
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    • profound longing of which they were unaware during life. So it can be
    • would actually make a deep impression on you and a profound influence
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    • divinity to be found within its own area, but one outside it. That is
    • starry heavens may be found. In fact, our brain does contain an
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    • Let us clarify this point before embarking on the profound facts
    • founded on the cognition of the spiritual worlds. Spiritual life must
    • spiritual foundation. If someone should say that science has the task
    • this, but Napoleon found his way to his mother; he implanted this
    • predispositions can be found in the hereditary stream. A good musical
    • childhood than later on. A profound wisdom is utilized in order to
    • occult writings are often more profound than we imagine. When the
    • sayings. Among the most profound of them all is, “When two are
    • In the early phase of the Christian proclamation one still found it
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    • profound conviction that humanity is approaching a period when it
    • of a loved one cannot be found after death because in the soul of the
    • This makes a profound impression on the seer also when he reaches the
    • can be found there, but he who can trace the life of soul between
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    • deeply. People will be found to take on the task of helping the dead
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    • harbor a profound egoism.
    • may be found in what has been described. It is prepared and
    • profound. Yet one need but reflect on the following. It is common
    • eminently logical, and that is regarded as profound by a considerable
    • and egoism, lock themselves up in a faith the foundations of which
    • higher hierarchies in this way experience a profound blessedness as a
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    • faithfully recorded there. Instances can be found in which, through
    • foundation for intellectual gifts, a man would have been capable of
    • possible form of life on Mars are without foundation. The nature of
    • initiate is able to widen his vision, the more souls are found who
    • then the Buddha impulse is to be found on Mars, as the Christ impulse
    • is to be found on the earth since the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • work upon the bodily foundation of talents, we must pass through the
    • up and give shape to such forms cannot be found within the earth
    • it is found that Leonardo continued to work through a number of those
    • who lived after him. Even externally there can be found in Leonardo's
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    • to be found in the books and cycles of lectures.
    • happened there. I am not repeating what can be found in my written
    • the more profound longing for spiritual science. When we have gone
    • birth, it is as if one entered into a world where one found a
    • found. The Hindu will not believe that his god dwells in every man.
    • In considering other initiates or religious founders it is evident
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    • experience in connection with the Christ, it is found to be deeply
    • have found a fundamental principle that stems from a cosmic task that
    • appeared last. New religions cannot be founded anymore. Such
    • foundations belong to the past. They followed one another and brought
    • because otherwise the Christ cannot be found after death. As we
    • trunk. We lay the foundation for this, and after birth we continue to
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    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • found only in the Spirit; that matter is only illusion, only external
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • material can exist in the world. He found the actual, he sought the
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    • world that can be found as thought, to link together thought with
    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • In that half of the brain which is found by the anatomist, and of
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    • his own, and so to found a philosophy, then this philosophy works
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    • foundation of the world. Over this last the world-leather was once
    • found only in the Spirit; that matter is only illusion, only external
    • world is ordered mathematically. If mathematical ideas are found to
    • of Rationalism. If, in addition to the ideas that are found in
    • material can exist in the world. He found the actual, he sought the
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    • world that can be found as thought, to link together thought with
    • soul-mood in each constellation. They are to be found in the world.
    • In that half of the brain which is found by the anatomist, and of
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    • his own, and so to found a philosophy, then this philosophy works
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    • found to be not so meaningless to believe in such a connection. The
    • and penetrates to the deeper laws of existence, differs profoundly
    • the foundation of the body, of life, the foundation of sensation,
    • structure is found than exists in the realm of the lifeless. You
    • it is the foundation of physical existence and of consciousness.
    • expression of this foundation of consciousness in pain. Thus one can
    • something higher. The origin of suffering is found where
    • thinking, feeling and willing is to be found in the
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    • A materialistic explanation can apparently be found for suffering,
    • its highest. Wisdom rests hidden on the foundation of
    • of love; love is not yet perfected. It is to be found in the whole of
    • conflict on the earth so was error to be found on the earlier planet.
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    • back to its original one, we see that we often find a very profound
    • what is founded on heredity, which he has not built up with his own
    • consuming its own foundations as the flame consumes the wood. The
    • foundations. The root of individual life is death, and were there
    • sting. Now these savages of the Zambesi river have found a way of
    • them. — In regions where medicine is founded on occultism, the
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    • learn during certain times when they found themselves in a
    • culmination point in cultivation on the physical plane is found
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • certain effects follow certain causes found in spiritual life. This
    • real importance lies in the fact that it is founded on the universal
    • The same connection may also be found in the intermediate stages of
    • that the causes of the things happening to him now are to be found in
    • are manifested on our earth of which the causes are to be found in the
    • acid found by spectrum analysis in the comet, proving what had already
    • it, and we have found something else which we may describe as the
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    • will be found in the course of these lectures in places where there
    • foundations of the idea of karma to those outside who may raise
    • find included what are, to mankind, the most important and profound
    • from materialistic foundations, and in the conquering of these
    • found this so dense, owing to events that had taken place on the earth
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    • have an immediate cause which must be found by the skilled physician,
    • be found most easily by first considering how far the idea of disease
    • develop all its activities? The reason is to be found in a closer
    • profoundly. Now in the external life one can often find proof that
    • most profound experiences in feeling. For example, let us suppose that
    • death, and a profound tendency against lying will appear. He will then
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • treatment with time-honoured remedies. The waiting treatment founded
    • or rational judgement, penetrate down into the foundation of the human
    • be infinitely more profound than it can be today.
    • and the luciferic — are at work at the very foundation of a
    • seems to be founded on karma that one illness ends in being cured and
    • reconciliation, a profound reconciliation with life; for we shall know
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    • complete reversal of this opinion which found expression chiefly in
    • the nihilism of the Viennese school, founded by the famous medical man
    • not go deeply into the foundation of the human organism. And we have
    • a number of experiences must sink down into the deeper foundations of
    • foundations of our new body. We have further seen that we are subject
    • civilised countries of Europe. It profoundly influenced religious
    • insist only on the profound influence which this translation
    • the reason is quite a different one, and far more profound. It may be
    • found in temper, desire, or passion, but in our superficial
    • the real motive; that the real motive lies far deeper, being found
    • profound psychological thought will never from this evolve a general
    • reasons alleged by him would be found to be of exactly the same
    • — leads to the belief in chance. These foundations had to be laid
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    • attempted to descend into the inner self found that the further they
    • Ego. Meister Eckhart found an excellent word to describe this
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • How do we lay the foundation of illnesses? Why do we acquire a
    • to be found only truth and no illusion. The more he becomes entangled
    • we realise how profound these records are. Before we can speak about
    • Lucifer were to be found only in the Earth existence, man would
    • and if we have found to-day that the whole course of Earth evolution
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    • prove to you how well founded is his suspicion.
    • enormous amount it will seldom be found that what has been learnt will
    • events in our life which are of profound significance. Let us remember
    • number of ablutions. This was a command of the gods, that found
    • This is a profound question, and we must begin by collecting the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • inevitable that what is of profound inner significance also appears as
    • enter more profoundly into the organism, and to impregnate it far more
    • profounder depths of the soul. Man may have richer and also more
    • does not penetrate so profoundly into matter, and especially keeps her
    • realm. And it is not by accident, but in accordance with a profound
    • there should be found a greater number of women than of men. Any man
    • these influences intervene profoundly not only in our inner life, but
    • us, and we shall see that they will be the foundation of our further
    • understand this, it may lead us to penetrate more profoundly into the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • absorbed some of the truths relating to the deeper foundations of
    • about the deeper foundations of the earth's existence which I shall
    • damaged. Here is to be found the cause of illness, and we may
    • the deeper foundations of his own nature; so that the answer to this
    • of Spiritual Science. We have seen that light is the foundation of all
    • course of the world existence, there must be found an intermediary,
    • whatsoever form it may be found; and we are confronted with light in
    • luciferic element is woven, which otherwise is only to be found
    • less defiled by man, there must be something which can be found
    • light; and we see why we are able to remove the darkness to be found
    • injury we can do to injure our body, there is to be found in
    • to be found the keys of innumerable secrets of earth existence. But
    • counterpart to be found. I should like to show you this in a very
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    • found, but that such events cannot be identical with the particular karma
    • we have always found to be active — Lucifer and Ahriman —
    • like to draw your attention, showing you the profound importance of
    • say: In this way, thousands of years ago, the foundations were laid
    • foundations, we should not be able to evolve to freedom. But after we
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    • resolution of soul was reached. Significant and profound are the
    • experienced and lived through, the Cosmic Midnight has a profound
    • Necessities are rooted in the foundations of things, where also the
    • discovers in the foundations of the Necessities the fundamental
    • have found alive in oneself as soul presence what is expressed in
    • thought), saying, “I've usually found this comprehensible.
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    • the physical thinking from its brain-bound foundation, he throws
    • foundation of a true moral life in the world order of humanity.
    • order! These eccentric philosophers are actually found in great
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    • all sorts and kinds can be found there!
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    • found in all the psychological, psychopathological and physiological
    • important figure of the present day, to be found everywhere. He is no
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    • Egyptian incarnation forms the foundation for his later destiny and
    • people nor human settlements to be found, and in time this state of
    • well, from the manner in which they appeared, have been founded on
    • when they came to themselves, they found that now they were divided
    • however, found it necessary to provide some explanation for the
    • language is now found only among groups of people. Thus the spoken
    • divisive principle. They found their way into the current that makes
    • plane; he surmised that this number three can be found everywhere.
    • balance,” Benedictus told Capesius, “is found in other
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    • unimportant, they are symptoms arising out of very deep foundations
    • principal arts to be found in the physical world: the art of building
    • worlds is to perceive the profound tragedy of this figure of Lucifer.
    • profound relationships. For it is through these relationships alone
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    • as Philia. But it takes an ideal soul development, hardly to be found
    • if we had not found our way into a spiritual clairvoyance? A real
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    • regarded by many as of equal significance to profound, scrupulous
    • karma on the foundation of the old earth life. Thus there thrusts in
    • necessities of existence, is indeed connected with the most profound
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    • to create first of all a kind of foundation or basis, on which to
    • the mouth of its own founder. You all know the story of the Buddha,
    • incarnation he had as yet learned nothing, he was most profoundly
    • found in man: a kind of self-consciousness. During the Summer the
    • something springing from the profoundest depths of existence. You can
    • Highest lies in the Ego,” and that this Ego found expression in
    • quality of John the Baptist as a “Forerunner” found
    • the Church found expression in their pictures.
    • where before he found difficulties. He cannot explain it. His
    • itself give him any clue. In such a case it can be found, when we
    • found that till now he had no occasion to occupy himself with this
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    • mind that on such a foundation of possibilities realities do arise,
    • known to you, and which are to be found in my book
    • science we had found how long the wolf needs to renew his substance.
    • tried to express in the words which can be found in my Mystery Play,
    • agreement found. It is this that can work like an anthroposophical
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    • shines in all that has found its way into the present from Greece and
    • immortal part.” The original Aristotelian idea found in
    • not steeped in a profound realization of the directly cosmic nature of
    • before you for Greece, is not to be found in the same way in the
    • themselves from the Church, they dropped the title and founded a
    • pointing down to the earth, will be found in the same person. Then we
    • two streams now flow side by side again and both have a profound
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    • Lucifer wants to take men's souls away and found a planet with them of
    • countenance that is characteristic of Byzantine art was found
    • to be found in various other folk myths, as is also the Mystery of
    • life, the founder of the social order. Christ, who is forever present;
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    • the two faculties mentioned above under this protection. Foundations
    • that I can really lay a foundation for concepts that you must
    • which has already been referred to in these studies, could be founded
    • founded that were designed to counteract the excesses of the Taotl
    • found in the Eastern Hemisphere, and he was, for the Western
    • all the activity that went on in this movement would be founded on
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    • whose foundations already exist in man's general nature, did not
    • who had died. Little is to be found that has not been described as
    • by the senses. The solution is to be found by thinking of individual
    • found only the external dead. This apparently spiritual but, from
    • their methods, actually materialistic science found the super-sensible
    • only learns to know the real significance of hatred and unfounded
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    • souls, from the earth in order to found a realm and planet of their
    • departed to found another planet under the leadership of Lucifer and
    • murderer's soul into the realm that was to be founded beyond the
    • Many opposing sects were founded with the object of countering this
    • to produce a mentality that considers truth to be found in sensory
    • be worked out in great imaginations, of which examples are to be found
    • profoundly as it has been tackled in the East. But at the same time
    • sensory existence on the earth, to found a kingdom where the good is
    • We are gazing here into profound secrets of life. A justified element
    • in the founding of culture, an element that inevitably leads to a
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    • successes, we see the founding of the Order of the Knights Templar in
    • occurred, they founded an order dedicated entirely to the Mystery of
    • found the means of incorporating such impulses into humanity's
    • kind in the spirit of the foundation of the Order, for what the
    • Philip, torture was extensively employed. Every Knight to be found was
    • the author of the profound poem “Ritter Wahn” (Knight
    • goes in a tortuous winding line. Just think how profoundly Julius
    • short time ago how the first elementary scientific foundation for the
    • even today there is not a foundation for a study of Goethe such as a
    • With toil they dragged it home as new found treasure;
    • developed. There, Anastasius Grün wishes to say, a cross is found and
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    • foundations. I endeavored to bring this especially to your attention
    • be found that that was really only through a sort of mistake! A
    • divorce. Thus, in order to obtain a different wife, this man founded a
    • and the founding of the English Church, have found really deep, inner
    • church so founded. But with regard to the religious question in
    • there is Karl Marx, the founder of modern socialism, whose influence
    • realize how profound was the influence of the cultural impulses coming
    • Founded in 1119, the Knights Templar were first active in the
    • “Well, and what if they are known!” I have, in fact, found
    • inward ways will be found, ways much more suited to future humanity.
    • But they must be found.
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    • rebel because they think that the secure foundation of existence falls
    • it is not to be found in life today, but in our modern age of chaos
    • Greece, this second stream found its way to the people of Rome, a
    • of Light, is to be found in Eastern Europe and Asia. There, where the
    • human morality? Is it not profoundly immoral? Such questions must be
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    • found today among the clergy, among the preachers of the so-called
    • Mystery of Golgotha, when men found through him the Folk-God Jahve.
    • cannot be found on the surface. They must be sought where the spirit
    • real Christ to be sought and found; otherwise it would be better to
    • which we find at the foundation of the ancient pre-Christian wisdom,
    • external contradictions which are to be found in the four Gospels. He
    • The way must be found calmly to admit that in the materialistic
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    • casualty to be found in the outer world.
    • if man had not been there, for a chain of causes and effects is found
    • to present-day consciousness, is to be found in the centre of gravity
    • East. Among these Mysteries were those which founded that civilization
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    • may be the foundation of a new spiritual world, a world to be built
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    • philosophic crumbs used by modern science as foundational; and
    • surrounds us. Just as the Greek spirit found expression in its
    • lines laid down at that time. Not what these spirits found or thought
    • today such a social order cannot be founded; it is only possible to
    • might have put it right again, but the doctors found he was so
    • in Stuttgart founded the ‘Free Waldorf School’ for the
    • children of employees and managers, a school founded on the impulses
    • foundation on which we ought to build is the knowledge: Here something
    • to help humanity. No salvation is to be found in any external
    • important decision, if enough people can be found who are able to
    • will bring misery and suffering if such men cannot be found, if those
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    • foundation as ancient science, but in the course of human evolution
    • strength and power that it will be shaken to its very foundations.
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    • Everything that is found in Dornach, be it sculpture or painting, is
    • the word. Anthroposophy should come out of the deepest foundations of
    • The Waldorf School, which has been founded in Stuttgart, is not in any
    • initiation he found that in a sense he was becoming less
    • Anthroposophy did not come to found sects or new religions. It came to
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    • profound content is either dim or misunderstood. At best it makes no
    • is not to be found among those that became possible in the animal
    • because he found him unworthy to remain in the world of spirituality.
    • outwardly nowhere to be found. Where was he? Where would one have to
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    • out of anthroposophy must do so with the most profound seriousness.
    • through a more profound comprehension of the birth of Christ Jesus and
    • before such a step is taken. Anthroposophy must become a profound
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    • be found in the first half of the 19th Century, men for
    • are to be found lying about in fragments. Today these relics, these
    • immediate vicinity of Penmaenmawr were to be found two such
    • found a large sun-circle and nearby a smaller one. If one had
    • profoundly moving about this — as that of the Goetheanum in
    • profoundly affecting to be able, at the very spot, to transport
    • well — even over as far as Norway — are to be found many
    • Mithras Cult are to be found. Here again I will only indicate
    • found by an external, antiquated science of history, because the
    • This foundation alone can induce the right frame of mind for letting
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    • epoch this was celebrated in the great and profound rites performed in
    • In the earth he found them inwardly permeated and saturated with their
    • the earth; and in the summertime he found them given over to the vast
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    • Foundations of the World
    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • begin with he has only feelings) about the spiritual foundations of
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • present time lead to what are called well-founded views you will find
    • everywhere to be found as an original woof or weft, which is of deep
    • These Beings found their way into the moon-existence and
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • within the spiritual substance which lies at the foundation of the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • assertion is really without foundation. People are accustomed to
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • the quartz that is found out there in the primeval mountains in its
    • something like distinctive marks of an ancient time are to be found.
    • parents of everything which is found today in the ores as pyrites,
    • nothing can be found. Only in that later period, when man for the
    • upon a physical organic foundation, has only gradually developed, and
    • they confound their own frequent weakness with the firmness of the
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • founded in this Goetheanum, which with some things I have said is
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • Mystery Centres and their keynote-giving impulses, once to be found
    • commonplace reasoning considers as without foundation. It is easy to
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • And through thee finds foundation in Being.
    • senses, and found himself as if split up into the sense-world. For
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • which did not take into account illumination with the wisdom founded
    • accepted as true which were not founded on physical sight. Thus
    • physical-sense world as model, whereas the Hibernian art was founded
    • about reason and the senses only, and founded philosophies which
    • there is to be found a spiritual revelation made manifest through
    • the epoch of freedom must be found inwardly by man. No longer through
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • we have said, this was not to be found in the general civilization of
    • be found in the cosmos he also carries in his own being.
    • are to be found in an infinitely rarefied condition in the whole
    • found — that Christ must really be recognized and known.
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • task of waiting, when it must again be found as the sum total of
    • living secrets must themselves be found again today. The necessary
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • deepened in the various Mystery-Centres which were to be found here
    • during the first few centuries after the foundation of Christianity.
    • In the times which found their last echo in the
    • can you make of the copper which is found in the earth unless you
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • the earth commenced a few centuries after the foundation of
    • and found their culminating point therein, all had one peculiarity in
    • it were, a moral link, such as we found in the ancient Mysteries. And
    • is at the same time to be found to a certain extent in the whole of
    • vegetation, though often only to be found there in homeopathic doses.
    • still divined where a complete knowledge of man was to be found.
    • again be found. These medieval investigators certainly had knowledge
    • tragic feeling to be found in these medieval investigators of nature.
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    • Ages, the Rosicrucian Mysteries, to the modern Mysteries found in the
    • deep in soul as many an investigator to be found in the medieval
    • What in the ancient Mysteries was so profoundly
    • pupil obtained in these ancient times. Now that is not to be found at
    • from the earth to the moon, and there as it were they founded a
    • realize clearly the situation in which such an investigator found
    • Dinosaurus is found in the Desert of Gobi as recently. That is an
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    • are founded on a very different basis from that of the various
    • is possible to found a kind of spiritualized medicine.”
    • that with the methods of spiritual science he has found exactly
    • found again in the structure of the brain. It is as if nature
    • disappear. They are not to be found — nor are they to be
    • found by empirical research.
    • parts of his structure warmth and cold are found present in the
    • the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it is founded
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    • soul cohesion, the inward soul life, that cannot be found in
    • show that the structure of the substances found in the petals
    • character from the structure of the substances found in the
    • found in roots or seeds. You will find that this difference is
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    • be included. However, we cannot arrive at a well-founded
    • certain regulative factors found in the organism. As a second
    • impossible to found a rational system of education without
    • Referring to the Waldorf education movement, founded in
    • comments found in the literature that one can only reach a
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    • tract a suitable dosage of these substances as they are found
    • great deal, too, can be found in our literature, and there are
    • only try to profit from it as well as from what is to be found
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    • foundation of all his thinking.
    • I had to present these things as a foundation in order to offer
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    • forward by me are founded on a basis quite different from that of the
    • and then it is possible to found a kind of spiritualised medicine. As
    • Spiritual Science he has found exactly the same things as he finds
    • ideation. Everything in the life of ideation can be found again in
    • They are not to be found — neither are they to be found by
    • warmth and cold are found present in the most manifold ways. Before
    • observation but on the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it
    • is founded upon the Spirit, then, and only then, does it assume its
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    • matter, for it is impossible to found a rational system of education
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    • very profound understanding of the human organism is necessary before
    • substances, as they are found in the root of the chamomile, into the
    • deal, too, can be found in our literature, and there are many
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • other facts are found to be too far-reaching for comprehension within
    • its source in the teachings of modern science. But it is profoundly
    • question, that of law and equity. A foundation must first be sought
    • consumer is expressed by the price. It is a great error to confound
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    • founding of cooperative societies by people who all need the same
    • might be founded. In these the workers would unite and produce for
    • found in our present economic system!
    • little insight into facts knows that the idea of founding this great
    • is smaller and the faults committed in founding the enterprises are
    • an error which leads to the foundation of a great federation in which
    • activity founded on the production which springs from individual
    • the thing has ceased to have any real foundation, manipulations are
    • socialists themselves, and excellent grounds can be found for and
    • re-established on its natural and worthy foundation. It will not be
    • way on its own foundation. But, to this end, everything within the
    • expenditure, which I beg you not to confound with indirect taxation.
    • I found, when speaking
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    • as a man if it is found necessary to tell him that he ought to change
    • eluded us. They go their own way more or less. We have not found the
    • definition of law; but a satisfactory one has not yet been found.
    • will be found that since the middle of the fifteenth century the
    • majority could be found to vote against the interests of the
    • interests, majorities can always be found to pass resolutions
    • alluded yesterday to the idea of founding a kind of hierarchy on
    • democratic political foundation which I have sketched today, and
    • the law which arises from a democratic foundation. By the example of
    • independent foundation of law. This foundation has disappeared
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    • the movement is to be found in its striving with set purpose to bring
    • foundations of social life upwards. This stream of spiritual life
    • science has gradually ceased to proclaim to us the foundation which
    • found the way out of the world of sense since science itself has lost
    • foundation of that philosophy. It had to be shown that by taking his
    • into the realities of life, we must plunge into the profoundest
    • psychology, and you will find that there is no profound meaning
    • nature begins to reveal her open secrets, experiences a profound
    • found. Above all things, the way must be found along these lines to
    • spiritual science makes absolutely no pretension of founding a new
    • Waldorf School in Stuttgart, which was founded last September [1919],
    • At the foundation of the school I not only endeavored to
    • being. But beside the mere movements of the body, founder on
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    • founded upon expert knowledge and technical capacity and skill.
    • aims at in this direction must have a much deeper foundation. Here it
    • interests and needs have found expression in public laws, and these
    • found to be only economic and political interests and wants in the
    • the foundation for that unity. A striking example will show us that
    • develop from its own foundations, as I showed yesterday, and, an the
    • foundation to the social edifice, and yet give evidence everywhere of
    • foundation can be attained.
    • not indicate how this soul is to be found. The aim of the impulse for
    • foundation law actually wills to rest, even though that will does not
    • to found a new philosophy, and who does not know even how to chop
    • he who would found a philosophy, without the ability to turn his hand
    • to anything in the direct practice of life, can found no philosophy
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    • must be a foundation, but I think it has been made clear that these
    • be called and an organization founded in order that the commodity in
    • dealt with such matters. They have dealt with the actual foundations
    • penetrate to these sources of human nature which can only be found
    • common with other men is absolutely founded on egoism, and still may
    • love, we find that it is absolutely founded on the egoism of the
    • actually founded on egoism, because man needs his fellowmen for
    • schemes are now founded. Many of those who at the present day ponder
    • international socialist movement, it was found that international
    • founded on perception and knowledge of the spirit.
    • same soil as imagination; but it is rooted in profounder depths of
    • say what can be found in this way by spiritual perception is merely
    • When the spirit is understood, it is found to be something which does
    • the concrete one, found through spiritual perception, will find means
    • perception, that which may also be found by anyone of any other
    • that sphere alone is to be found the impelling force for manifold
    • sought that driving force, which can only be found in this way, that
    • foundation.
    • [The truth of this is to be found in the fact that
    • can only be found on the path of truth. It is no excuse, or, rather,
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    • England, a foundation was already there in the shape of trade capital.
    • for evolving large sums of capital, is founded on the fact that there
    • which they found a market for their goods, the way in which they
    • Mid-European economic life. In effect, the economic life is founded
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    • no importance in a serious economic science. Quite other foundations
    • must be found if we would hope for progress in economic life.
    • foundation for a science of Economics.
    • found in Nature, it has no other value than it has, for instance, for
    • value-creating factors in the economic process will always be found at
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    • economic life. These things were very largely founded on the impulses
    • into the general circulation which is founded on the division of
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    • becoming emancipated from the Nature-foundation. Here, then, you
    • have the emancipation of Capital from the Nature-foundation of
    • foundation entirely emancipated from the Nature basis. For what he
    • founded purely on what has already been spiritually achieved and
    • acquired. That is to say, the very foundation of the work is already
    • principle. Now, as you will remember, we found, on the other side of
    • the “Money-value.” In the economic process founded on the
    • outside, as a scientist would. The essential could not have been found
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    • which has no foundation in reality but represents a mere increase in
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    • found that at this point congestion must not be allowed to occur. On
    • Precisely this one of the three is found — with horror by some
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    • men. We have found, within the economic process itself, a division
    • It is really tragic that no understanding should be found in our time
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    • — it may be in the form of Foundations, Scholarships or the like.
    • to help him in his training, or that he benefited by some Foundation.
    • of available Capital which go into Foundations, Scholarships and other
    • in her good books, French Capital found a home — for instance,
    • a hundred and forty-one doctors were found to pronounce an expert
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    • found a real science of Economics without developing pictorial ideas;
    • found in all our human science.
    • the mentality alone is not enough. You may even found Associations,
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    • founded that particular stage had been reached. National economies had
    • Only on this foundation can we understand the thoughts which they
    • the land as the more or less fixed and given foundation of that which
    • The foundation is the land. What the land yields is subjected to
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    • thing they say is this: Money must be divisible at will. (I have found
    • foundation on which to estimate its value — nay, you have no
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    • was growing — a growth which in the end found expression in the
    • economies — such survivals are to be found everywhere,
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    • on this foundation will you be able to make proper use of what is
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • so mighty, that he found himself unable to accept Christianity. The
    • Sun-flooded ether environment of the Earth — found its way
    • that the Being Who, previously, was not to be found on Earth, Whom
    • science upon which they are founded. It must, however, be
    • intellectual type of Christianity that he found around him, and
    • he would instead have found the way to it himself. We cannot
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    • us a moral and also a religious foundation. We have our knowledge of
    • suppose a physician of this kind found that the person who had come
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    • a spirit of retaliation, the Ahrimanic beings are founding —
    • their spiritual beings — are to be found particularly in the
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    • so mighty, that he found himself unable to accept Christianity. The
    • Sun-flooded ether environment of the Earth — found its way
    • that the Being Who, previously, was not to be found on Earth, Whom
    • science upon which they are founded. It must, however, be
    • intellectual type of Christianity that he found around him, and
    • he would instead have found the way to it himself„ We cannot
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    • us a moral and also a religious foundation. We have our knowledge of
    • suppose a physician of this kind found that the person who had come
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    • their spiritual beings — are to be found particularly in the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • periods of time, an entirely unfounded belief) that things on earth
    • but simply because each night they found themselves within the
    • Previously, it was to be found outside of man, but now man must
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    • stands upon the foundations of spiritual science will not be so free
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    • foundation originates. The beginnings of this idea were given through
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • this earth — a contrast to be found everywhere and at all
    • the other contrast that is found on earth, that between masculine and
    • This same contrast is also to be found in our solar
    • commotion! But Hegel said that his statement was as well founded as
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    • last millennia before the founding of Christianity in a certain
    • events, important events that were effective before the founding of
    • Christianity, recur in a certain way after the founding of
    • founding of Christianity, it is seen that these three millennia
    • Kali Yuga. This Kali Yuga began in the year 3101 before the founding
    • 3,000 years before the founding of Christianity, therefore, man
    • millennium prior to the founding of Christianity, in the age of
    • founding of Christianity in this way: we call the first millennium
    • being. Then He Himself appeared as the Christ Sun with the founding
    • the founding of Christianity, now takes place during the time
    • deepest foundations of the human soul.
    • Christ would be found, for clairvoyant consciousness, in the earthly
    • faculties. Just as Christ had to be found with purely physical
    • Spain and found many followers. In North Africa one who presented
    • were limited to seeing Him thus only to the time of the founding of
    • the founding of Christianity. It will be the event through which
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    • was necessary then because of profound laws of cosmic-earthly
    • was only to be found in the world of the senses, we shall now grow
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    • of transition. To understand the deep foundations of our time, it is
    • person in whom these faculties are found relates them to a friend who
    • the depths the relationships that lie at the foundation of the
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    • the same time offer a moral foundation, but there will also be those
    • death and a new birth. Once the foundation has been acquired,
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    • is commonly used in psychoanalysis is essentially unfounded. As long
    • knowledge of actual spirits to be found outside of human
    • there? Much is certainly to be found down there under the threshold
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    • an undivided foundation of the world. This is well justified, though
    • from an undivided foundation of the world, will experience many
    • primordial foundation; everything stems from God and therefore must
    • foundation. Rather it stems from spiritual individualities different
    • consideration, if you assume everywhere an undivided foundation of
    • however, a fortunate arrangement has been found for human beings
    • can be found in the streets today) you must always understand that in
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    • societies can be founded, but one must be clear that these thousands
    • the future a materialistic science would be founded regarding
    • hindering the foundation of large-scale spiritualized medicine or
    • not at all grow out of the hen; the hen is only the foundation; the
    • on a spiritual foundation.
    • found any form of rulership and power of one group over another. The
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • certain sense the basis, the foundation for his activity there,
    • precisely as here the mineral world is our foundation; it is the very
    • provides the foundation for a second realm. In this second realm the
    • actually at the foundation, because the approach is at first
    • perceive that the Christ impulse must, in the most profound sense, be
    • these will never, in the most profound sense, be of any use. Humanity
    • found only on the spiritual scientific path.
    • found; it has nothing to do with them.
    • One will therefore have to found a science of the
    • must provide the foundation for the structure of social conditions.
    • of slaughter. Christ must be sought where He is to be found in
    • destiny as a reality in which Christ will be found, as we have
    • have found within it, however, much of Christ. I know that these
    • time, however, and I am sure other ways and means will be found by
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    • spiritual foundations, on the ways of spiritual science.
    • nation-spirit; he seeks it in the way which is really founded in his
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • given at our Christmas Foundation Meeting, I should like, in the
    • gradually disappeared; for it is even to be found here and there
    • differently. The following might then have been found in a certain
    • together, in such wise that the Thrones found and establish a kernel;
    • to be found in written document. For in the time of Aristotle men
    • stragglers are to be found as late as the eighteenth and even the
    • which I was able to speak during the Christmas Foundation Meeting, I
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • the Christmas Foundation how the human being who was an Initiate or
    • may use so crude an expression — is at the foundation of the
    • found in its old form. Here and there we can still find survivals,
    • the candidates found their way that changed. I have already indicated
    • searching and striving in this way found his teacher almost by
    • This pupil found a teacher
    • physically real in the past is of course only to be found now by way
    • well-founded — that in this way they could come behind the
    • found within Rosicrucianism, comparatively simple exercises,
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • Rosicrucianism proper was founded. Rosicrucianism is connected with a
    • found knowledge. They developed all possible inner methods, they made
    • found the old teachers of the secret knowledge.” They could not
    • start from all that took place at the Christmas Foundation Meeting, I
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • what he became on the Earth, because he found in Man the tool for his
    • How can manhood be found again? The way Faust is rebuffed, pushed on
    • are to be found in the writings of Eliphas Levi or the publications
    • things are to be found in this impulse, things lovely and sublime.
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • sort of existence in traditional form and may be found even as late
    • of the ideas that were still to be found in the first half of the
    • foundation. A similar picture has really to be made of the conditions
    • There, in this little circle, was to be found a deep and penetrating
    • not speak of it, had I not myself, so to speak, found the things
    • triangles) — and at the points are generally to be found some
    • world, the lines that were drawn by the Gods to establish and found
    • the world. They found in one direction, namely through Man, the path
    • Thus, profound and solemn
    • have said, a trace of it can still be found as late as the nineteenth
    • be found again. When, however, men step over this abyss, they are
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • that Christian Rosenkreutz, by inspiration of a higher Spirit, found
    • many things found their way into the people. For it was one of their
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    • far found these impulses written as it were in brazen letters in a
    • thus found in the spiritual world might be compared with the signposts
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    • that Christian Rosenkreutz, by inspiration of a higher Spirit, found
    • many things found their way into the people. For it was one of their
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    • mysteries, which I could to-day outline only briefly, they founded the
    • it spiritually: for we shall then have founded something in our midst
    • found only in the spiritual world, something which can kindle feelings
    • courage would have to be found amongst them not merely to discuss
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    • Mystery of Golgotha, when men found through him Jahve, a national God.
    • cannot be found on the surface. They must be sought where the spirit
    • truth is the real Christ to be sought and found; otherwise it would be
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    • his scrutiny when he wanted to reveal one of the most profound
    • sources will find that they lie in far more profound depths of the
    • profound experiences of soul, even though the style is light, playful
    • happenings of a fairy tale and the unfathomable, profound experiences
    • can be found only through the scientific methods of spiritual research.
    • verify the fact that it was unknown then, for I found it much later
    • and what was just described had to be found in the spiritual world,
    • look at this short folk tale that can be found among several
    • bears came, ate up everything they found and were so well stuffed
    • cleverness, even in the face of those powerful forces he found so
    • profound perception of the subconscious roots of human soul life.
    • Grimms' have found their way to every person who is alive to such
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    • meaning. What is built on a good foundation will work out well, but
    • killed, and found it amounted to a hundred. So he got a slate from
    • did not know it then, and if they have not found it out since, they
    • the castle they found a lily. The branch of rosemary led them
    • it is founded on the perception taking place in such an intermediate
    • archetype, and this can be found through the wise guidance of the
    • outer world it cannot be found; therefore we have to subordinate the
    • what lies behind physical phenomena can be found in the forces
    • including all the small details, can gradually be found and
    • So the king's son went on and came to a second castle. There he found
    • came to a third castle, and there he found his third sister. He told
    • king's son found a spring from which he drank and felt greatly
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    • ceremony, in the hidden depths of the Mysteries. The profound
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    • the founding of Christianity. These are the epochs which I called in my
    • I described it yesterday. At the time of the founding of Christianity
    • underlying the Mystery of Golgotha, as the primal foundation of all
    • found again. Of this, my dear friends, we must be fully conscious.
    • Out of this consciousness we held our Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • where the Mysteries can once more be founded. The Anthroposophical
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    • journeyed forth with the Moon into the Cosmos and there founded a kind
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    • forth from here, from the Goetheanum through the Christmas Foundation
    • — this Anthroposophical Society will provide the foundation for
    • madman; but as I told you during the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • arose in these two the inspiration to found the Cosmic Script. Only
    • the Cosmic Script is not founded on abcdef. As our book writing is
    • founded on letters, so is the Cosmic Writing founded on thoughts. Now
    • still be found in some historic way, can be found lying in the
    • and founded as an earthly thing, was carried forth with the names into
    • say: Since the Christmas Foundation impulse anthroposophical work
    • of eternal foundations.
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    • the throne, but possibly the new Dalai-Lama had already been found
    • may soon be found. What does this mean in Tibet? The Tibetans are
    • that the new Dalai-Lama shall be found and that the whole country
    • Caps are always indignant when the new Dalai-Lama is found and sits
    • Teshu-Lama, whose followers are found more among the northern
    • describes with profound insight, customs prevailing in the strange
    • who are there as the unlawful judges. A profound law is indicated
    • son what is to be found in yonder worlds. Her wish is to bring from
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    • But the foundation for understanding this
    • origin of the figures of gods to be found among certain peoples.
    • natural science will ever be found in our literature. To say that
    • scientific sense, ideas, thoughts, could also be found from outside,
    • with spiritual Beings — and showed that substances to be found
    • To reason entirely on the basis of what is found by outer perception
    • lecture given by Dr. Steiner in Berlin, 16th May, 1908, will be found
    • overtaken profoundly affected him. He was bedridden nearly all his
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    • the thirties of the 19th century, this soul found that a certain
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    • feeling about man and his relation to the universe found expression
    • mode in which things stand to the spiritual must be found again
    • the foundation I wished to lay down in order to show how the unspiritual
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    • of the spiritual-divine foundation of the world is to be acquired, attention
    • external, the sensory-real. But he was too profound a spirit not to
    • In the situation in which he found himself, he, Goethe, who was born
    • we see Goethe the artist's profoundly serious struggle for spirituality.
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    • carbon, silicic acid, all kinds of earth-substances found, also, in
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    • founding a school on Anthroposophical lines. [“The New School,” Streatham Hill, London, S.W.16, was
    • good teacher you must say to him: Make Anthroposophy your foundation.
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    • in the world is to be found within the eye as a picture. Physics
    • freshness, but there are still children to be found who in their
    • Rudolf Steiner School was founded by Emil Molt, Director of the
    • receives the very best foundation for his soul life when in this way
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    • found in the animal kingdom even in external form is present also in
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    • Theorem of Pythagoras which the old lady found very striking. We are
    • course all kinds of proofs can be found for this, but the proof ought
    • diagrams, can be found in the Appendix on page 106.)
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    • to take this path up the mountain. This is where it is found. When
    • found everything that is metamorphosed by means of the different
    • has been found that when the children are properly taught in lesson
    • examples. I then looked at this book and I found several other
    • ingenious examples of the same kind. In many places I have found that
    • guide the child to think only about things that are to be found in
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    • found a School in England.
    • the other factor has to be found. Of course this really gives what is
    • really find these rays of light? They are nowhere to be found. What
    • of the language, not found elsewhere, namely, a certain feeling for
    • path — the path which is to lead to the founding of a school
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    • foundation for medical work. Thirdly, I would indicate the
    • Paracelsus assumed the existence of the Archaeus, as the foundation
    • For if one proceeds like this and founds a sort of hypothetic vitalism
    • conception in modern medicine was founded. Rokitansky's
    • unique and not to be found in the other kingdoms of nature. Forces
    • parallelogram. We find resultants not to be found among the forces of
    • healing on as firm a foundation as possible, and to indicate that in
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    • governing the human organism. Yesterday we found ourselves obliged to
    • combine the weighing down forces found in the animal with certain
    • foundation of the disease. Let us take the simpler manifestations
    • processes proper, are the foundation of the mere unconscious.
    • intrinsic rhythm is also the foundation of the contrast between the
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    • to be found in the nervous system. As you are aware, I have felt bound
    • found that the patient had died in the night. And Schleich's verdict
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    • external nature are found. You will thereby reach a more fundamental
    • fauna found there and elsewhere in the human organism — as anything
    • tuberculosis bacillus could not be found everywhere, if there were not
    • introduce the mineral, in its crude state as found in the external
    • we should have laid a very sound foundation for the remedial treatment
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    • will seem without foundation. Nevertheless I will try to show in the
    • well-founded — even better-founded than those on which the natural
    • iron, manganese, and silicon will be found, all of them substances
    • life. This is easily reckoned, but it points the way into profound
    • depths of the foundations of the world. Bear in mind — as we have had
    • these ancients had found the breathing of heaven reflected in the
    • was devoted to this process. It was found to be particularly difficult
    • apparatus. This way simply tries to take the substances as found in
    • way will only be found when mankind has learnt, through spiritual
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    • It it were actually found worth while to consider human nature from
    • of other metals, is to be found in the polarity between the metals
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    • foundations of existence. But this must be done if medical thinking
    • you are gazing profoundly into the relationship between man and
    • that entire process as follows: good digestion is founded on capacity
    • Most of the foundations for our special studies and inquiries have now
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    • foundations for curative treatment. As a general rule we find that the
    • amateurish, but it is not so; it is built on foundations more
    • out must be found.
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    • in women. It will invariably be found that the same substance is
    • with elimination in the brain, and provides the foundation for mental
    • sake of pathology as for the foundation of the bridge between disease
    • found efficacious in restoring paralysed and defective formative
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    • remarkable substance, which can be found almost anywhere, but is
    • I have found a remarkable inner convergence between the remarks of Dr.
    • found so much in the substances employed, as in the processes to which
    • tendency can only be characterised in a way sure to be found
    • of the profound differences between man and the animal world; the
    • external chemistry of outer science is not to be found on earth; it is
    • mingled in the oyster shell with certain others, found in the marine
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    • find that (with two exceptions) all these are found in combination
    • standpoint; as lead has been actually found among the products of
    • actually found as a final product formed by way of helium, not with
    • are not achieved, it will always be found that the teeth become
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    • found in the mistletoe-effect in general.
    • hellebore, and similar effects will be found. It is, however,
    • develops. And, having found this picture, we shall require to keep a
    • to let its path be sought and found: the path leading to spiritual
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    • concern man cannot be found through the study of animals. I have often
    • moreover such an approach is entirely barren as a foundation for
    • study. Study founded on animal “material” simply hinders the adequate
    • within the human organisation. For the human organisation is founded
    • every sort of sensory physiology has been founded upon subjectivity
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    • variations are to be found.
    • This formative animal process is to be found in man as well; but in
    • albumen. In this opposition the forces are to be found which for man
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    • foundation of the material of the preceding lecture I must
    • organism, causes profound damage to the whole organisation. While on
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    • it has attracted the most profound attention from all who have had
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    • benefit to mankind, a place must be found for what I have tried to
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    • Irregularities of this kind — and they are to be found also in
    • the foundation for our life of will.
    • and are to be found in the physiology or histology of today. (As for
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    • here from their foundations, in order then to pass on afterwards to
    • Tell” we have the glorification of a revolution that is founded
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    • of one or other organ. These congestions are to be found, above all,
    • organ can be observed. And so we have at last found our way to the
    • talkative if he found anything of interest. The poet began to laugh
    • and said: “I know what it is, you have found the tendency to
    • even be found that there is a tendency to epilepsy or to some other
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    • found that in these illnesses we have to do with a congestion of
    • human being” is a purely conventional one, founded on the
    • what are found in epileptic or epileptoid trouble, you will always
    • best kind of self-education will be found to consist in following
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    • be found to be over-developed; and with the limb system is of course
    • provides the foundation for the change of teeth. These phenomena are
    • system, in so far as it is the foundation for the astral body and I
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    • which would not behave and then found he had two broomsticks to deal
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    • assented to this. She had founded her whole connection with the child
    • There is always some connection to be found in such events; they
    • stolen. He will show you, with real shyness, just how he found the
    • bring her now and then to relate these, they will be found to reveal
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    • experience its full satisfaction. For the boy has found his way into
    • senses will always be found to express itself in an enlargement of
    • the head was found to have increased in size. The child was sleeping
    • found in the flowers of certain plants. Nectar has the effect of
    • disintegration to be found? We find them where radium occurs. And
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    • Jena-Lichtenhain, founded by Franz Löffler, Siegfried Pickert,
    • minuend and the remainder, leaving the subtrahend to be found. This
    • the sum, and was happy and delighted when he had found the answer.
    • is to be found everywhere today in water as well as in air.
    • the lips will be found to protrude noticeably — a symptom that
    • — a quality that must on no account ever be found in one who
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    • once again these three are found near to each other. In the case of
    • 1855-1921, Founder and for many years Leader of the Youth Sanatorium
    • perceived. When I came to Weimar, I found in a little note-book —
    • century that that sentence of Goethe's found its way, through me,
    • laid for you this esoteric foundation, you were to get hold of this
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    • Foundation Meeting. And conversely you should keep constantly in mind
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    • education. We have founded schools, which are organised on the
    • with a profound feeling of pain. Beyond the feeling of pain,
    • found in the degrees of knowledge of an older time, which
    • found in the outside world. If on the other hand we have to
    • though it was not then to be found in the way in which we
    • cultivated, there must also be found those that are concerned
    • followed by the founding of a similar Institute under Dr.
    • forces; one knows where the destructive forces are to be found,
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    • to be found in the other two systems. The
    • the higher species, are only to be found in etheric form. But
    • disease. An example of this is found in typhoid
    • of healing stand upon its true foundations. For the art of
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    • a much greater degree is a foundation for the Spiritual.
    • foundations of modern medical science in so far as these
    • foundations are justified. But something more has to be added,
    • profound insight into the Cosmos is only possible when we are
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    • education. We have founded schools, which are organised on the
    • into this state is connected with a profound feeling of pain.
    • found in the degrees of knowledge of an older time, which
    • found in the outside world. If on the other hand we have to
    • not then to be found in the way in which we to-day must aspire
    • cultivated, there must also be found those that are concerned
    • Frau Dr. Wegman, and which has been followed by the founding of
    • where the destructive forces are to be found, and in
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    • to be found in the other two systems. The rhythmic system is
    • the higher species, are only to be found in etheric form. But
    • An example of this is found in typhoid fever. Typhoid
    • foundations. For the art of Healing concerns man. Man is a
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    • greater degree is a foundation for the Spiritual.
    • medicine will stand firmly on the foundations of modern medical
    • science in so far as these foundations are justified. But
    • but also of the processes of disease. A profound insight into
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    • the sphere of medical knowledge, it will not be found to be in any
    • founded upon so-called exact proof, must be of the nature of
    • foundations from which all forms of learning arose.
    • with the founding of our Universities — during the twelfth,
    • namely, the peripheral brain, is built up. This is the foundation of
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
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    • the sphere of medical knowledge, it will not be found to be in any
    • founded upon so-called exact proof, must be of the nature of
    • foundations from which all forms of learning arose.
    • with the founding of our Universities — during the twelfth,
    • namely, the peripheral brain, is built up. This is the foundation of
    • It all rests, therefore, upon our penetration into the profound
    • There was penetration into the profoundest nature of all things —
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    • 1918 it not only found general adherence on the side of the
    • crystallised out into what has found its clearest, its
    • which have been fused together and confounded by what had quite
    • Empire was founded from reasons of the political life, how
    • from the political impulses which led to the founding of the
    • of a confidence founded in this joint associative work, —
    • a sort of preliminary Founders' Meeting. And they will also go
    • social foundations of human nature, — not from any red-tape
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    • select group East to the center of Asia, where he founded the
    • Atlantean culture and thus to lay the foundation for the
    • India, where they became the founders and great teachers of
    • but the most profound teachings he imparted to two of them.
    • ideas, a fact that confounds most traditional scholars. The
    • foundation and all the preparations for his own doctrine.
    • the founder of Russian grammar and classical literature.
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    • built upon a foundation as important as a copy of the etheric
    • cannot help having the most profound reverence for the
    • conviction that Christ can be found in the human ego arose
    • through a more profound understanding of Christianity through
    • manifestations as the foundation of the objective world.
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    • industry, or commerce can be found — was one who
    • were to emanate that would later found the post-Atlantean
    • would have found them to be simple human beings, for they
    • ancient culture. Much that was profound in this culture has
    • original Zarathustra who founded the primordial Persian
    • a profound effect on the continuation of culture in the
    • really a presentation of that profound mystery behind the
    • founding a nation, as characterized above. If clairvoyant
    • can be found up to the most recent times, and as we trace
    • being who can be inspired in such a profound way has an
    • speak, the founder of the whole classical literature movement
    • woven. You may have found many extremes in the biography of
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    • underwent a profound metamorphosis. This becomes especially
    • spiritual things. When Augustine finally found the spirit of
    • can already be found in Aristotle's writings and is perhaps
    • other spiritual waves, and new treasures will be found in the
    • He can be found by those who seek Him.
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    • the founding of our German Section, into which the Section in
    • also this small group of people that made the foundation of
    • a spiritual life that is meant to lay the foundation for
    • feelings, the profound mysticism, and the spiritual soul life
    • post-Atlantean era. Surely, when the founders of this branch
    • into this existence — an existence that was found
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    • external sign of the Christian Mystery, the most profound
    • one of the initiates most profoundly in tune with the
    • in such profound legends. It is especially important at
    • profound wisdom. They are not invented legends, but a truth
    • so profound that we need all the means available to Spiritual
    • of us through the influx of the divine breath is profoundly
    • through the macrocosmic world but also can be found inside
    • can be found within ourselves.
    • illuminate such a wonderfully profound legend as the one told
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    • his eyes on his way to Damascus, found that they had become
    • they all would have found down here only human beings who
    • should be stressed, but rather the fact that he found he was
    • He found a
    • concluded that sickness was suffering. When he found an old
    • found that the separation from what one loved created
    • the way, and when we have found this way, “to be united
    • secret way had to be found to preserve this ego in a silent,
    • its founder took the chalice that Christ Jesus had used at
    • cross. This founder of the brotherhood collected the blood of
    • exerted such a profound influence on all aspects of earthly
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    • to more profound reasons.
    • founded in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries as a
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    • human being, but that it should become the most profound
    • Indian, human beings still had a profound yearning for the
    • have found the ancient gods because the power to make that
    • world is profound and truth is complicated!
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    • the goals and ideals of theosophy can also be found outside
    • founded ancient Persian culture and who was the teacher in
    • had to take care that the founding of this post-Atlantean
    • contribute to the founding of a new culture. They were meant
    • was Zarathustra's wisdom that Hermes, the founder of
    • hiked to Moscow and subsequently laid the foundations for
    • Golgotha and who could since be found in the physical aura of
    • which the Christ Spirit Himself had dwelled, can be found in
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    • they found Nature de-spiritualized, when they feel that they are an
    • Actually, spirit was to be found everywhere in Nature. You see, there
    • freedom is to be found. Try to realize what human evolution has really
    • some further foundations for it today. Now something which was once a
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    • extraordinarily profound involved.
    • found that whatever it was he had stirred up inside himself continued
    • foundation for our later life.
    • considering that what is found there constitutes reality. Beyond this
    • foundations have so far emerged. The way in which the blood circulates
    • There is a good story, founded on fact, which also illustrates this
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    • there live Beings who were once the founders of the primordial wisdom
    • who were once the founders of the primordial wisdom among Earth men.
    • the real foundations of the myths, sagas — primordial Beings to
    • its essence is to be found in an epoch preceding that which echoes to
    • proceeding westwards, were founded in the most varying ways.
    • Moon-forces were living, there he found the elemental being in its
    • foundations of European culture.
    • priest could say to the people arose on the spiritual foundations of
    • were found and known by a kind of Sun-Initiation in the way I have
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    • to the sleeping souls, seeking for the thoughts and ideas to be found
    • it is often found to be the case that in their subconscious depths a
    • profound longing for Anthroposophy is developing. Sometimes the
    • founded on the spiritual cosmic existence; it has been called to life
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    • enable man to grasp with ease what is to be found in my Occult
    • Those forces must be found which enable a man to look into the world
    • profound truth. Suppose that a man is well advanced in years; it would
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    • The teachings given in the Mysteries made a profound impression upon
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    • Christmas. Then men's souls were filled with feelings which found
    • spiritual foundations, out of esoteric foundations, in making the
    • even only a few active members could be found, then it would become
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    • way that he found in it a passing from spirit-knowledge to
    • Spiritual Foundation of Morality by Steiner.
    • be found in the glorified nature-knowledge of the present? How can man
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    • form. In olden days men found the solution for this problem. When an
    • to be found in legends and fairy-tales. In their very composition,
    • was found and reared by shepherds after an attempt had been made to
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    • probably not have found easy to understand. You will remember, I spoke
    • be found in man, among others processes of the brain and nervous
    • case of spatial man, yet here too, what meets us at first is found to
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    • foundation of our physical organism — and embedded at the same time
    • body at certain places is due to Ahriman; his forces have found entry
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    • starting-point today will provide us with a foundation for the
    • be heard in what found expression, for example, in Maria, who felt
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    • profounder depths of human nature, something which takes hold of
    • She found me roots of relish sweet,
    • awoke and found me here,
    • Alp, the nightmare – found expression in pictures, and
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    • of recitation are sharply distinguished. For it is deeply founded
    • Deeply founded in the nature of poetry is the
    • will be found. One must be able to study the paths taken by human
    • verse, to develop the sustained tone on a foundation of actual
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    • We may then perhaps be guided to the true foundations of
    • found in the images of a far-ranging epos. I can only touch
    • will be possible to develop what ought to lie at the foundation of
    • speech-formation, whether of a more delicate or more profound
    • that is to be found in verse, or any form of poetic art, will sound
    • shingle, found a sandy nook amid a ring of tufted sandknolls and
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    • found.
    • faith in sleep-walled night and there are found
    • confounde;
    • afounde;
    • founde,
    • found expression in discord and overcome the material dissonance
    • directly in speech-formation something also to be found in
    • himself to have found in Greek art.
    • Iphigeneia, tears would roll down his cheeks. Goethe found
    • Here the perennial basins they found where
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    • found among the Greeks, and even in earlier forms of Central
    • found, however, precisely along the spiritual
    • profoundly inward human experience.
    • profounder spirituality – a spirituality of
    • found in other forms of German
    • declamation, yet found for it a metrical form and in Anastasius
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    • more be found of our rising upward with our understanding from the
    • though it will nowadays be found tedious by those who attend to the
    • He found thee at that dead and silent
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    • ought to lie at the foundation of a knowledge of man is the
    • confound,
    • foundation of true art – it must be said that this knowledge
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    • be found in the weaving and undulating of human thoughts the
    • Had he found worse fate or hardier
    • Most like to a flame. He found in the
    • Soon found that never before had he
    • His courage fled; but he found no
    • Soon found his strength was feeble
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • science have to tell us concerning the foundation of all religious
    • human than anything to be found in the subconscious realm. When we
    • found only — in the Rosicrucian sense — through a
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • within our movement the principle of Rosicrucianism can be found in
    • have found something that makes precisely their external life easy
    • founded on Rosicrucianism an important point is that in meditation
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • event of profound significance will take place in the etheric world.
    • facts have found their way to us through tradition. Anyone who
    • is to be found there. And if you remember all that has been said in
    • a riddle; and unless the answer to it can be found, the soul is
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • a certain explanation of the foundations of the Gospels should be
    • meanings, which can no longer be found simply by reading the
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • upon the Christ-Impulse as the most profound event in human
    • down on the physical Earth, provided the foundation for the dawn of
    • which then becomes the foundation, the basis, for the Christ-thought.
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • vain. We are even found to be misrepresenting God, because we
    • world of Maya. We know that the foundation, the germ, of this Phantom
    • how has this mineral part found its way into the Phantom of man's
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • the stream which found expression in Gautama Buddha half a millennium
    • clear to you that here the Ego-consciousness found expression in a
    • perceptions, are not to be found in our present-day physical body;
    • could fall into the tragic mood which found expression in those words
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • Zarathustra had experienced! While he was founding the ancient
    • elements. Hence the disciples who looked into the grave found the
    • have found this particularly surprising. What Paul experienced on the
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • to the question: What relationship to the Christ can be found by an
    • on the foundation of karma; of course that is quite right as regards
    • was required. A spiritual vision of the Christ could be found
    • understood what lies at the foundation of the Holy Communion. Then
    • with thirst; they were so read that his soul found pictured therein
    • could not have been found. For the Gospels could not then have been
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • leads to Christ in such a way that he can be found within the
    • objective could be found; and for this many preparatory lectures were
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    • to lay the first foundation of the human physical body. On Old Sun the
    • impulse, had at the same time established the foundations of his
    • passions inciting him to crave for what is to be found only on earth
    • its true, spiritual foundations. Were man to have perceived the
    • earthly existence. The foundation of the physical body was laid on Old
    • to be found in those ancient times? In the realm to which the eye of
    • world He was always to be found, working in and from the spiritual
    • would have been thrown back into himself, nor could he have found any
    • way from soul to soul will be found again, that it has been made
    • deepening vision into the foundations and origins of existence. They
    • light of the world's foundations, apprehended as a real and active
    • world, could not have found entry to the spiritual world. But Christ
    • the evil who confounds the temporal with the eternal; he who does not
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    • THE THEME OF THE lecture to-day is of a profoundly occult character,
    • explanation of the name Mephistopheles is to be found in the Hebrew
    • spirit who does not stand upon firm and sure foundations can readily
    • contains only such substances as are to be found in the ground under our feet.
    • happenings connected with the great karma of humanity is to be found
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    • found, all physical traces are lost. This is because at a certain
    • What I have here described is to be found in the fourth chapter of the
    • idolatry in its very crudest form. What is usually to be found in
    • 2:2 I know thy works, and thy labour, and thy patience, and how thou canst not bear them which are evil: and thou hast tried them which say they are apostles, and are not, and hast found them liars: \
    • not, and hast found them liars; And hast borne, and hast patience, and
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    • of the first Christian centuries found popular, simple words through
    • respect from other profound writings of Initiates. The standpoint is
    • A significant saying is to be found in the first Epistle of St. John.
    • given by the old founders of religions, Lao-tze, Confucius, Moses,
    • Founders of ancient religions were regarded as embodied Angels,
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    • these profound secrets. But he gave an indication of what I have just
    • seals. This is a mystery that is everywhere to be found. I have only
    • clear to us then that if a really profound explanation seems to have
    • been found, it will become ever more profound, in time to come. From
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • essence. The Waldorf School was founded with this aim in view. The
    • institution arising on a social basis, seeking to found the whole
    • question of founding an ‘anthroposophical’ school. On the
    • to give expression to profound inner experiences, imitating with his
    • the spiritual foundations of the world of sense. And what his
    • science, and anyone who is found guilty of this in a scientific book
    • also found the way, without any intervening cleft, into the life of
    • creative power, and as the path was found through the fashioning of
    • when the path from outer objective knowledge to Inspiration is found
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • humanity for thousands of years in Asia, in the East, found its final
    • East, from a profoundly spiritual conception of the world,
    • value in other epochs, we may acquire a foundation upon which we can
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • revelation of primeval wisdom is no more to be found — a fact
    • over from the East to the West founded a new civilization during the
    • man found the inner path to the authorities who preserved the
    • foundation in place of the insecurity obtaining in the Middle Ages.
    • And this search for other foundations expresses itself in the
    • stand on a memory foundation all his life long. Such is modern man,
    • foundations laid by Nature. We, as educationalists, must be able to
    • foundations.
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • foundation that it can be built up.
    • to the whole man. Then the way will be found from the spirit of man into
    • the idea of the Divinity, which lies at the foundation of the
    • already to be found in the abstract writings of these three. What we
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • foundations in a terrible way.
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • the age of seven) all true education must develop from the foundation
    • we have to find the right way to approach them. This way is found if
    • profound understanding of human nature is essential. If in this
    • sense, into a profound reverence for God's creation. We then have a
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • child's sentient life, the foundation from which all teaching must
    • fungus, having found no proper soil in the earth, is able to take
    • foundations have already been laid. The child will learn to
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • starting-point has indeed been found for a reform in the method of
    • little foundation for this pride. We count up to 10 because we sense
  • Title: Education: Lecture X: Physics, Chemistry, Handwork, Language, Religion
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • has found his own relation to the two kingdoms of nature which are
    • extreme when anything has been found wrong. It has been realized that
    • School was originally founded for the children of working-class
    • is nevertheless profoundly true that human beings should learn to
    • foundations of morality and religion.
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    • proof of his ideas: the founding of the first Waldorf School in 1919.
    • foundation for the full development of memory is laid when the whole
    • among the staff of teachers arising round a child when it is found
    • really the foundation of the art of teaching — are specially
    • foundation and what then passes over from the body into the soul.
    • nervous system we make it into a good foundation for the faculty
    • abnormal. The movements of Eurhythmy also, although they are founded
    • profound meaning in these words of a German poet: ‘Only through
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • Here in Holland, in the Hague, a small school has been founded
    • its anthroposophical foundation which differs essentially from
    • frequently found in this way. But how are they carried into
    • education founded on a knowledge of man drawn from spiritual
    • thinking in regard to education is founded on anthroposophy we
    • be founded with one's proposals or at the very least one
    • art of the Greeks was founded on this unity, which transformed
    • founding an education which, by degrees, will come to represent
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • foundations, on the basis of which I shall proceed to show how
    • of man by taking as a foundation what anthroposophy has to say
    • healthy. He was so healthy that his teachers found him quite
    • help the physical provide a right foundation for the spirit.
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • are more profound than can be discovered by means of the
    • which works in the same way. It is to be found in all sorts of
    • not to be found in the animal world and which he alone
    • well-founded reasons for or against it. This passes over the
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • famous poet! We have found it necessary to separate a number of
    • view, then the foundation is laid for understanding a soul
    • the same doctor who later on, together with Dr. Freud, founded
    • to the fact that I really never found any human being
    • able to educate that boy if I had not actually found all human
    • things, for these were of course to be found; but at one spot
    • since its foundation. For instance pupils came to us who should
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • where is that book to be found in which the teacher can read
    • foundation has been laid and we are able to form judgments. For
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • art of education built upon the foundation of a knowledge of
    • he has everything that is found in him when the corpse is
    • one applies an education that is not founded on a knowledge of
    • found by giving him fewer potatoes. It may even happen that
    • is based on faith, where everything is founded on knowledge.
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • civilisation which has as its foundation a rhetorical
    • professor. The upward direction must be found again. The most
    • whom he had many, and his philosophy found its practical
    • founded, it was still closely bound up with human beings,
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    • must be founded on a knowledge of man, and that there can be no true
    • movement, not, so to speak, as something which has found its
    • of humanity when Mystery Centres were to be found here and
    • emerged Emil Molt's idea to found a school for the children of
    • founded with 150 children drawn from the Waldorf-Astoria
    • exists as the very foundation of anything
    • found an anthroposophical university. A considerable sum of
    • curriculum and in our teachers' meetings we found it
    • spirit are to be found in the schools of today. I fully
    • real foundations and strives in the widest sense of the words
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture I: Introduction - Aphoristic remarks on Artistic Activity, Arithmetic, Reading, and Writing
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • in spite of it, with the former object of fear. The profoundest
    • afraid of a thing our fear is founded on some secret sympathy.
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • Then we ourselves must be very profoundly convinced that mere
    • by a profoundly musical experience into a certain degree of
    • profoundly.” This is the feeling with which we should
    • material, but lays the very foundations for what will only come
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • principle again in pedagogical books. I have even found it said
    • course, is the foundation of all social life. In these days
    • must be profoundly conscious that the power of articulate
    • was profoundly significant. And this is seen when it is laid
    • profoundly how much we owe to the power of speech. We owe
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • well-founded teaching that a certain intimacy with drawing
    • the foundation of teaching in reading and writing. To-day I
    • some animal or some plant which you have found yourself. And
    • word is found, too, in the middle of words. We go on to split
    • see that the attempt has not been very profoundly and firmly
    • found from the child's first period up to the change of teeth,
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • have a profounder understanding of the life of the whole being
    • extent, but it must be bound up with a profounder conception of
    • educator must be able to study life more profoundly, otherwise
    • profound impression on the feelings and disposition.
    • the Graeco-Latin age, which we can admire profoundly in its
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • this way you have given the child a profound, if only
    • the study of childhood it is found that something happens just
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • foundations of a curriculum, so that where it imposes something
    • experience of men to-day is not profound enough, there persist,
    • of another I am always most profoundly moved by the way in
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • profoundly intimate relation with the world in some respects,
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • done what we have found important in a foreign language,
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • survey over the economic foundations of the district. Then,
    • the country. When we have made clear the economic foundations
    • But when a foundation has been laid for an understanding of the
    • see, if you begin like this with a good foundation, when the
    • from the foundations already laid. When — as I said
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • factory and founder of the Waldorf School as a school for the
    • them in profoundly religious feeling the glory of the divine
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • excite the imagination profoundly; that is, fairy tales. As
    • foundations for correct writing. In the first year we do
    • not need to do much more than lay right foundations. Thus, in
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture XIV: Moral Educative Principles and their Transition to Practice
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • is profoundly true that we do the human being a service, and
    • profound, but it cannot be used, because the power to grasp it
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    • given at Stuttgart at the founding of the first Waldorf School
    • teacher must be profoundly and inwardly true, he must never
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • life, is founded on the egoism of humanity. In the first place,
    • If you regard with an open mind the child who has found his way into
    • we are doing, right down to the foundations. When we teach this
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    • In the future all teaching must be founded on a real psychology —
    • influenced great numbers of people, founded its educational standards
    • founded on Anthroposophy. Mental picturing is an image of all the
    • be found in the spinal marrow; for instance, when one nerve passes in
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    • dying and becoming are mixed up and confounded with one another. In
    • forms a triangle, an abstract triangle — nowhere to be found in
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    • now, when we want to lay the foundations for a good theory of
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    • found in all thinking. Again, even a purely superficial contemplation
    • Wagnerian art appeared, or became at all well known, it found an
    • abstractions. For here we stand upon a sure foundation; we proceed
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    • world wherever it is to be found. If you are a good observer of
    • is to be found. If we draw a diagram of the human being (and please
    • the sensations are to be found we are only dreaming in sleep, or
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    • it with the sense of touch. Things are wrongly confounded and wrongly
    • activity. Thus willing, feeling and knowing are to be found even in
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    • found in the teaching of logic. In real life these three judgments
    • form a concept it goes down into the profoundest depths of man's
    • be found, for example, in the Natural History books of the present
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    • I have always found that for most men there is a great difficulty in
    • him to a conclusion of profound importance, namely: that the skull is
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    • But genius is to be found in other parts of our environment as well as
    • This is no mere picture, it is a profound scientific truth that the
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    • human body proceeds from the forces which are to be found in the head.
    • Then, when it has found that, it is satisfied. But it is much more
    • has — as its foundation — what I have placed before you here in
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    • outside world as twofold, for we have found that the constitution of
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    • school. And this led to the founding of the Waldorf School in
    • founded in that spiritual life which, I hold, must lead to a renewal
    • Hence we have found in the course of our Waldorf School teaching and
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    • profoundly enough. When the word ‘Geist’ (spirit) is used,
    • must be sought in profounder depths than mind, or intellect or reason.
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    • foundation of clear thinking. But upon the basis of this
    • foundation of our whole future development must be clear thoughts
    • take on the direction of the Waldorf School — founded that year
    • must be founded on the practical use made of these elementary
    • — which is the bodily foundation of the soul's life.
    • life of nerves, on the nervous system, it is also founded in this rhythmic
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    • describing the spiritual foundation of the education, this might
    • foundation for moral judgment that when the child awakens at puberty
    • constitutes the spiritual foundation of spiritual, moral and physical
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    • and writing to the child in a wrong way. An art of education founded
    • founded in life take the most varied forms.
    • possible. For the musical element will give a good foundation for a
    • lower form is to be found in human nature. So that man is a synthesis
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    • actually when one founds a school one has to deal with a finished
    • Waldorf School was founded in Stuttgart by Emil Molt from the midst of
    • the war. It was founded, in the first place as a social act. One saw
    • foundation of proletarian children, and the anthroposophical children
    • children can bring forth where their education is founded in real
    • only difference we have found so far, that in the spinning lesson the
    • boys want to serve the girls. But apart from this we have found that
    • be without such a foundation. You see children who have previously
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    • in the right measure. This substance is also to be found in plants.
    • It is found necessary at the end of a school year to take stock of the
    • image of what the child is like at this age. And we have found at the
    • the founding of a school which requires exceptional external
    • well, when the question of founding a special class arose, one could
    • method of education. It was found, however, that a certain number of
    • Waldorf School principle is not a principle which founds a school to
    • promote a particular philosophy of life, — it founds a school to
    • a foundation of green, which then continues over into the veil (Tr.:
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    • with the teachers; they found it hard to get in touch with the
    • carefully studied and educational measures are founded upon living
    • required, even about children, are to be found on all hands. And it is
    • has his good points; and we seek to use what can be found universally.
    • If, nevertheless, people have found fanaticism, dogmatism, a swearing
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    • the morphology, of the more profound morphological facts, can provide
    • of particularly mystical nature as mystically profound drawings and
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    • What has its foundations in the organism as a whole must everywhere
    • found on the path of spiritual science, but rather a definite enrichment
    • well-founded knowledge of the healthy and diseased human being.
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    • profession, however, which could be found within the field of
    • these things is not always to be found. One often observes a certain
    • found this attitude most unsympathetic.
    • he founded a psychology in which he departs from the theories of all
    • theory of his, but I found nothing so convincing as the way in which
    • Scientific theories are never without some foundation. What is
    • But some little time after the founding of the Waldorf School, it was
    • Shortly after the founding of the Waldorf School, a number of doctors
    • having found their way into the Anthroposophical Movement, there arose
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    • carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are found particularly in potatoes, but
    • they are also found in large quantity in all other plants. The
    • carbohydrates — just as they are to be found in our most common
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    • man. At the foundation of his philosophy, as its leitmotif, is the
    • A tone lies at the foundation of everything in the physical world.
    • tones. All objects have a spiritual tone at the foundation of their
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    • have a more-or-less profound significance for the inner being of man.
    • cast light on the very foundations of the soul.
    • forth from him. It is as if nature were not complete and in man found
    • experiencing a foretaste of the spiritual world, this would be found
    • we can grasp the basis of the profound significance of music. We
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    • metamorphosis of this language found in pre-earthly life. The study
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    • a general foundation, and tomorrow I shall go into a few things that
    • can be of significance in preparing such a general foundation in
    • I can only describe with the words, “I have found my ‘I’
    • to say, an other-than-human manner. It then laid the foundation for
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    • approximately the same as those found elsewhere in Waldorf education.
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    • details to begin with. Today, I shall select one event of profound
    • an object, so the ancient Greek found not only that he grasped a
    • this we can gain the profound conviction that it was only a single
    • shaken we are able to feel what a profound person could feel in
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    • provide the best foundation for the future Sixth Post-Atlantean epoch
    • have been achieved if souls had been found to be their
    • Probing into the deeper foundations of such matters, we discover the
    • founded some newspaper, why he did this or that, he relates a dream,
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    • the like are founded today, all of them convinced that they represent
    • Spiritual Beings are to be found ... Angeloi, Archangeloi, and still
    • be found in the heavens — they are on Earth.
    • all, he will fail to realise the vast and profound significance of the
    • little by little the right way is found when Spiritual Science is our
    • found inconvenient. This kind of influence the Ahrimanic Powers want
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    • truly be called the most profound, can it be widened or enriched in
    • the deepest depths of Christianity are to be found in the Gospel of
    • the other Gospels, especially in the apparently less profound Gospel
    • recognize as among the most profound in Christianity, do not by any
    • categories of human beings who have found their way into the spheres
    • communications as a foundation. He does not say
    • St. Luke is founded upon the communications of seers, themselves
    • documentary record is found again in the Gospel of St. John,
    • Jesus remained behind in the temple, how his parents sought and found
    • learned doctors of the Law he gave evidence of profound knowledge of
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    • times found consolation and edification when they turned to the
    • the human heart by forms of art, by paintings, are to be found
    • illogical or the moral from the immoral, were always to be found in
    • the esoteric foundations — and this applies very particularly to the
    • eighty-four thousand women’. That statement is to be found in books
    • — A profound truth is expressed here. It would lead too far for
    • him from the spiritual world. Buddha found that this temptation comes
    • the foundation of an active moral sense.
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    • profound experiences were undergone by Buddha under the Bodhi-tree
    • profound mysteries, but there can be no actual vision. Clairvoyance
    • ‘Enlightened One’ had experienced it as a profound truth
    • which we have referred to-day. When Jesus was found in the temple he
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    • circumstances no child could have been found in whom the forces of
    • could parents have been found such as were necessary for an
    • substance now to be found there was too hard and ligneous to enable
    • them to incarnate. A time came when souls wishing to descend found it
    • leading to the East those whom he found suitable for his
    • found in any single individual who had worked in the world outside.
    • the Sun Spirit from the profoundest depths of the spiritual world to
    • Mazdao. Only his profound spiritual knowledge and highly developed
    • lived in the body of Zarathustra, even in the days when he founded
    • different task to fulfil. The wisdom of the world is indeed profound!
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    • things to-day that are not found in the Gospels; but you will
    • is a profound truth. The light formed the eye out of neutral organs once
    • found within man stream into him from outside. And it was the task of
    • again acquired profound insight into the phenomena of the outer
    • And with their profound wisdom they could not fail to know when their
    • from the deep foundations of the divine-spiritual world. Symbols for
    • profound mystery is here revealed to us: Jesus of the Solomon line
    • especially profound when they are indicating essential facts. The
    • spirit, is transmitted by the maternal element. With his profound
    • parents were unaffected by passion and desire. There again, profound
    • of exceptional maturity, having profound understanding of the
    • and found him in the temple conversing with the learned doctors, all
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    • been found in this teaching. According to the ancient Persian view, man
    • sisters, but as Zarathustra he had to forgo ever founding a family
    • everything that could be founded upon ties of blood.
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    • found him prematurely advanced to a conspicuous degree; but from the
    • incarnation. Having sought and found the etheric body he had once
    • himself, who having found
    • preserved in many ancient legends, it will be found that everything
    • Thereupon — so it is related in this profoundly true
    • his etheric body, he could never have found his right path through
    • composed of the elements also to be found in the world outside: the
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    • yet be found in the outer world; we must penetrate deeply into this
    • anthroposophical wisdom is found to be too overwhelming, it is
    • such as these that the Gospels are founded — truths which could
    • founded that this understanding will have an effect upon all the
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    • knowledge of the foundations of the Gospels made through spiritual
    • spiritual foundations of the phenomena of Nature. And those who,
    • Mammon’ is to be found to-day. That is a living kind of
    • is found only in this Gospel there is connected one of the most
    • overflowing love. The Gospel itself will be found to contain this
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    • research into the foundations of the Gospels is connected — had
    • so profound that Christ admitted only a few to witness the act and
    • former healing was an act presupposing in the healer a profound
    • found to contain physiological truths of far greater significance
    • of one of the very deepest physiological truths. Profound indeed is
    • the realities of the spiritual world were always to be found among
    • 9:36 And when the voice was past, Jesus was found alone. And they kept it close, and told no man in those days any of those things which they had seen. \
    • take no account of what is present in the foundations of man's being.
    • and the teachings given by the other Founders of religion.
    • had been chemically analysed it would have been found to contain the
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    • encourage all those who have found their way to anthroposophy to
    • There are those who found this path through an inner necessity of the
    • soul, of the heart; others, perhaps, found it through the search for
    • in Bayreuth led to a great longing for more profound spiritual
    • As I said, such homeless souls can be found everywhere. But
    • instance, listen with profound interest to an explanation of the
    • entry had to be found.
    • They were people who found their
    • So I found myself once again in a similar situation to the one in
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    • various means to develop their more profound human qualities.
    • Society, which found its most potent expression in the English
    • tea and so on. People even found time to change dress in the
    • ideal: wisdom can only be found in truth.
    • name. I found it exceedingly interesting then as a phenomenon of the
    • years later Schelling no longer found any satisfaction in this mode
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    • when it is no longer founded on the blood which has flowed down the
    • everywhere. The word became devoid of content. I found all that
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    • founded at the end of the nineteenth century, was to found a
    • was found necessary to cultivate this knowledge through a society and
    • we might be surprised about the decisive and profound influence
    • them in their environment. And because they found a spiritual world
    • not exist. They are to be found in all sections of society. They do
    • If we ask how people found a common interest in such societies as
    • could only be met by making it clear to them that the most profound
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    • found in this field today. It needs to be emphasized that a person
    • those questions which people found perplexing.
    • Of course it could not agree, because the answers had to be found
    • were to be found. Buddha's wheel of birth and death and the old
    • historico-cultural foundation; they were quite capable of giving
    • questioners were to be found. It would not have found accomodation
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    • only among those who found their way into this group of people.
    • But the kind of profound spirit and deep
    • the post office. We found that this worked quite well. I wrote and
    • 1909 the foundations of a science of the spirit appropriate to the
    • inspiration from profound spiritual sources — that was
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    • content of the movement. The foundations were laid for a truly modern
    • another mysterious group which was founded by Jewish intellectuals in
    • pursue is to tell the world what we have found through anthroposophy
    • like ours that opportunities must always be found to work out of the
    • completely different form has to be found for them, above all a form
    • in a matter of weeks. If that happens, the way forward will be found
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    • realized how an interest in anthroposophy was at first to be found in
    • are connected with a spiritual world in the most profound part of
    • phenomena. Laws were found for these natural phenomena, but they were
    • lots of other fine things. But they have no real foundation, or
    • That is what the more profound part of the human being, the
    • Napoleon could not understand how God was to be found by looking at
    • trace of soul or spirit. The soul or the spirit could be found
    • that all ideals should be abandoned because they cannot be found in
    • scientific field found their way into the anthroposophical movement.
    • have found access to the spirit, the living spirit. Julius Robert
    • concerned, nothing can do more profound harm to the Anthroposophical
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    • found in some form or other a spiritual agent which is the real
    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • spiritual and phenomenal world. And the phenomenal world is found to
    • of art it was found necessary to remind the neophyte of the clear
    • derived from the Mysteries. But the way back must be found
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    • found them writing poetry!
    • unaware that this chronological difference is bound up with profound
    • now know what the plant-world really is; it is not to be found on
    • come to know a new world. In the higher spheres are found the
    • self-consciousness of animals is not to be found; at the same time we
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    • discover a quartz crystal in the mountains, it is usually found in a
    • quantity, a tincture of lead is always to be found in the universe.
    • is only found beyond the realm of physical existence and this reality
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    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • cry of alarm and clamoured for more corpses. Anatomists found there
    • men who had profound insight into the mysteries of existence, such as
    • held, momentous secrets of existence, profound spiritual secrets were
    • And these profound conversations were continued after the
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    • quicksilver or mercury holds a profound secret. Its effect upon man
    • the Initiate a profound relationship. This drop is able to infuse the
    • silver to other profound mysteries. We have thus spoken of virtually
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    • following lectures, veil the profound secrets of the Cosmos —
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    • inhabitants of the Moon sphere, are to be found beings of surpassing
    • be found those who have not attained the majesty and perfection of
    • emanation is the emanation of the chemical forces and is found only
    • embodies a spiritual element not to be found on Earth. In many cases
    • there is found associated with the form a picture which the medium
    • to be found there. When therefore, we, as terrestrial beings, make
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    • clearly differentiate between the kinds of plants found on Earth.
    • region, are to be found a number of beings who are undoubtedly real,
    • pertaining to it. Now amongst these elementary beings will be found
    • mankind has laid the foundations of something that would be
    • found there, apart from the souls of the dead. The souls of those who
    • ourselves where these beings are to be found, we must first have a
    • colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus, are to be found. If, as you
    • are not found together. But in the spiritual world they are found in
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    • conditions of the soul which are also found in their true form in
    • instructed men through Inspiration and laid the foundations of the
    • Then they withdrew to the Moon sphere and today are only to be found
    • founded in the course of recent years, has accumulated an abundant
    • found investigations and a literature which were limited solely to
    • to be found in the writings of H. P. Blavatsky is determined by her
    • ultimately they found that he too spoke the language of the modern
    • that I found it possible to penetrate to the Sun and Saturn spheres.
    • previously that a path to art must be found that will link once again
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    • are to be found everywhere if we are prepared to look for them; they
    • makes the confusion more confounded.
    • experiments or the abstract anatomy to be found in text-books. The
    • important truths are to be found in the
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    • Newton laid the foundations of a theory of gravitation, i.e. of a
    • latter, for he not only laid the foundation of a world-outlook which
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
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    • found in some form or other a spiritual agent which is the real
    • still found today when we inquire into the Ground of the world.
    • spiritual and phenomenal world. And the phenomenal world is found to
    • of art it was found necessary to remind the neophyte of the clear
    • derived from the Mysteries. But the way back must be found
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    • found them writing poetry!
    • unaware that this chronological difference is bound up with profound
    • now know what the plant-world really is; it is not to be found on
    • come to know a new world. In the higher spheres are found the
    • self-consciousness of animals is not to be found; at the same time we
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    • discover a quartz crystal in the mountains, it is usually found in a
    • quantity, a tincture of lead is always to be found in the universe.
    • is only found beyond the realm of physical existence and this reality
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    • to be found in the different constitution of the physical organism,
    • cry of alarm and clamoured for more corpses. Anatomists found there
    • men who had profound insight into the mysteries of existence, such as
    • held, momentous secrets of existence, profound spiritual secrets were
    • And these profound conversations were continued after the
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    • quicksilver or mercury holds a profound secret. Its effect upon man
    • the Initiate a profound relationship. This drop is able to infuse the
    • silver to other profound mysteries. We have thus spoken of virtually
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    • following lectures, veil the profound secrets of the Cosmos —
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    • inhabitants of the Moon sphere, are to be found beings of surpassing
    • be found those who have not attained the majesty and perfection of
    • emanation is the emanation of the chemical forces and is found only
    • embodies a spiritual element not to be found on Earth. In many cases
    • there is found associated with the form a picture which the medium
    • to be found there. When therefore, we, as terrestrial beings, make
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    • clearly differentiate between the kinds of plants found on Earth.
    • region, are to be found a number of beings who are undoubtedly real,
    • pertaining to it. Now amongst these elementary beings will be found
    • mankind has laid the foundations of something that would be
    • found there, apart from the souls of the dead. The souls of those who
    • ourselves where these beings are to be found, we must first have a
    • colchicum autumnale, the autumn crocus, are to be found. If, as you
    • are not found together. But in the spiritual world they are found in
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    • conditions of the soul which are also found in their true form in
    • instructed men through Inspiration and laid the foundations of the
    • Then they withdrew to the Moon sphere and today are only to be found
    • founded in the course of recent years, has accumulated an abundant
    • found investigations and a literature which were limited solely to
    • to be found in the writings of H. P. Blavatsky is determined by her
    • ultimately they found that he too spoke the language of the modern
    • that I found it possible to penetrate to the Sun and Saturn spheres.
    • previously that a path to art must be found that will link once again
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    • are to be found everywhere if we are prepared to look for them; they
    • makes the confusion more confounded.
    • experiments or the abstract anatomy to be found in text-books. The
    • important truths are to be found in the
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    • Newton laid the foundations of a theory of gravitation, i.e. of a
    • latter, for he not only laid the foundation of a world-outlook which
    • Impulse can be found in music. And the dissolution of the
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    • of the fact that it has found a connection between New
    • which will discover what can be found as a result of these
    • Having spoken of the real foundations on which these
    • far, far more. There are faults to be found in it which
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    • architectural utilisation of matter are to be found also in
    • found within the human physical body.
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    • foundation for this if we turn again to the book
    • and more in the world, to become continually more profound,
    • they experience together with the gods when they have found
    • achieving a profound inner transformation nobody can really
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    • spiritual world. The legend was found at a later date; it was
    • after-echo that we have today, and which was found centuries
    • contain the most profound wisdom. Fundamentally speaking we
    • profound necessity that these words were heard at a certain
    • perspective for the connection between these profound words.
    • soul has been thinking materialistically and founding a
    • human soul founded materialistic civilisation. This part was
    • centuries the part of the soul was awake that founded
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    • spiritual foundations of the cosmos.
    • learning continued throughout life. This is more often found
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    • cemetery in Venice he found a sheep's skull that had fallen
    • of why he should not have it can again be found in a passage
    • people had, and it is indeed related to the foundations of
    • movement has to be founded, the shadow sides also make
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    • same carbonate of lime will be found in his bones as you find here in
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    • looked like this. (See drawing.) Had you found yourself there with
    • We have found reproduction accomplished between the
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    • the very simplest animals and plants are found. Later on, animals and
    • no longer exist today but are found in the earlier strata. One must
    • not observe that it evolved out of paganism as its foundation. In
    • found by ordinary scientific methods that comets do have cyanide,
    • at all what is found out there. Actually, where the star is, there is
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    • acknowledged because they have been found in northern Siberia where
    • mammoths, have been found as complete animals with their flesh in
    • Dubois found over there in Asia. Such a thing must, of course, have a
    • But you see, if we investigate the fossils found here under the
    • nose like this — the Neanderthal man, or the humans found in
    • Yugoslavia. (They are seldom found and we must not think that such
    • skeletons lie around everywhere; only a few have been found.)
    • rose, we would have found that they had quite a thin skin, a little
    • the remains found in the south of France or in Sicily. They belonged
    • far back and have found human beings who really consisted only of
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    • know it: carbohydrates. Carbohydrates are found particularly in
    • potatoes, but they are also found in large quantity in all other
    • head; carbohydrates — just as they are to be found in our most
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    • nutrition: minerals, carbohydrates, which are to be found in
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    • the men who want to found everything on power would gradually take on
    • apes and putting them to work in factories. Apes will be found to be
    • what the wasps use for making their nests. The wasps found out how to
    • about 1200 years before the founding of Christianity. Now when we
    • speak imaginatively you say: Wotan is always to be found in that high
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    • found to be emitting all kinds of different smells if organs of smell
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    • then he leads the police on the trail and the thief is often found.
    • mountains. It is on mountains that really hard stone is to be found
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    • all, made a Hundred Years' Calendar every year, then they found that
    • foundation for the statement, but we will presume that there is.
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    • However, volcanoes are found at other places too. Etna,
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    • unless the spiritual foundation of things is recognized and known.
    • nourishes the human being, the potato is found to be something that
    • So spiritual science provides a very definite foundation for medicine
    • found? It goes into the air, is passed from the air into the water,
    • very fact the solution of the labor problem cannot be found without
    • be found because attention was invariably riveted upon matter, and
    • are, it will be found that the things which have been brought into
    • on scientific foundations. The whole matter must be approached in a
    • found in spiritual science, which has the name, anthroposophy.
    • could only lay the foundation. But at least you have been able to
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    • been found from the earliest historical times, and what — even
    • arguments in proof of it can be found. (You see, in anthroposophy
    • So — this is just a beginning of the foundation
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    • being. At last he found his question answered by another thinker who had it
    • an observer himself, have found the answer somewhere among the observations
    • new form to what he had found emerging from the course of history or from
    • found.
    • that they possessed the ancient writings of their founders, who could still
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    • to the mind. It regards this spiritual world as the source and foundation of
    • the human organism is the foundation on which we have to build. Man has an
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    • human interest. His aphorisms, found after his death, include a remarkable
    • for truth as something to be found only in our own deepest being; and should
    • man, and only by devotion to truth can truth be found. Directly man prefers
    • found by observing external experience.
    • hostility towards humanity can be found on this path. The soul becomes
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    • From this classical example we can see how feeling is the foundation of logic
    • feeling is the foundation of thinking in the widest sense, we must be clear
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    • make up the real foundation of his character.
    • moment, when a man loses the foundation of his character, of his being as a
    • for example: it was to be found in our fathers' libraries and it may now
    • think of founding a phrenology on general principles. Anyone who knows about
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    • not found in the plant. He must hold before his eyes the high ideal of one
    • firmly founded on facts. But there are other possibilities, and here we come
    • verifiable ground the student can hold a well-founded belief that the
    • foundation of trust is lacking and a person allows himself to be stirred by
    • spiritual world are not to be found at the stage where I am standing now: I
    • asceticism must be sought in modern Spiritual Science, founded on the firm
    • because it is not founded on a real strengthening of spiritual forces, the
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    • upon a time a Society was founded with a programme announcing as its
    • symbolical of an outstanding human quality can be found:
    • A solution of the riddle of existence will not be found in the world outside,
    • soon see that this participation is a foundation for the higher participation
    • his mind. The first episode concerns little Mignon, who is found by Wilhelm
    • commonplace: the spiritual can be found only by looking within oneself. And
    • world stands before a trivially minded man and a man who has found the spirit
    • believes he has found in Goethe everything there is to find. For he possesses
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    • foundation, the spiritual-scientific movement has suffered from being
    • thought at all seriously about Buddhism will know that its founder, Gautama
    • world and the foundations of our human existence. He wished to speak only
    • repeated earth-lives is to be found among the ideas of Gautama Buddha, though
    • Spiritual Science than the fact that the elements of geometry are found in
    • similar ideas are to be found in the Buddha. At the same time we must make it
    • found in the sense-world displayed before us!
    • significant words by the founder of Buddhism himself. Now this lecture is
    • the founder of Buddhism was aiming at. We are told that Gautama Buddha, the
    • call the outer world an illusion. No, it is man who has not yet found the way
    • aid of natural forces, but their vision of the divine-spiritual foundations
    • outer world all that was once found there. That is also the highest meaning
    • shall be filled.” Within the Ego itself will be found a source of
    • founding of Christianity the Buddha stood before the corpse, and six hundred
    • for them what had come about through the founding of Christianity. At no
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    • compared these phenomena with those of human life, he found one analogy after
    • best proofs of what it has to say can be found in everyday life. And that is
    • the spiritual foundations which lie behind the external physical world. Thus
    • We found the soul to be not merely the nebulous something that it is for
    • incarnation. And these relics are to be found in the course of the moon round
    • phenomena. The evidence for what Spiritual Science has to say can be found in
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    • certain directions of thought to be the original foundation of sound and word
    • spirit, that there is a spiritual foundation to everything material, etheric
    • foundations. Desire and gratification
    • spirit of language which lies at the foundation of human activity has to be
    • essence. In Semitic languages we have certain sounds as a foundation which
    • language. Symbolism (i.e. that which is found at work in the ether body as
    • inwardness, i.e. all those things which provide the foundations for
    • it will be found that the true spiritual scientists who have written
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    • seen by spiritual science. But that is the foundation on which we must build
    • ascertained by this means, and when later the same facts are found to be
    • Certainly a balance between the two poles must be found: the ego will find
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    • mysticism found among the German mystics from Meister Eckhart
    • find that it sought to reach a true knowledge of the deepest foundations of
    • search for the divine foundations of the world. The inward experiences of the
    • through this to the divine ground, which also lies at the foundation of
    • dark foundations of soul experience what we call the intellectual soul, which
    • has qualities radically different from those found in the external world, he
    • world to the foundations of existence. Here, in conjunction with many other
    • kind of underlying unity. In brief, they found the true antithesis —
    • founded on the activities of a multiplicity of monads, or spiritual
    • postulate multiplicity as the foundation of the world. Deeper research leads
    • him to the foundations and sources of existence will in itself have little
    • with the aim of penetrating to the primal foundations of existence. If a
    • therefore to plurality, or the inward path leading to the deeper foundations
    • seek to pierce the veil of the sense world and penetrate to the foundations
    • the outward path and seek for the foundations of things? To a certain extent,
    • the Rose Cross is not found in nature. How was it, then, that rose and wood,
    • identical with what can be found in our own inner being.
    • highest and truest sense can make real for us what can be found in the
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    • view it will not seem surprising that the greatest mystics found in their
    • shall be healed only if, after having found God within us, we pour out into
    • thinker found the right thing to say about inward devotion, which is indeed
    • instrument, and this at least will not be found in the outer world. It must
    • sought for the power of prayer in the human soul, and we found that it is
    • by those who found the way from prayer to mysticism, as did Angelus Silesius,
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    • spiritual foundations which lie at the base of our reflections here, we are
    • of an image we see indications of these significant foundations of human
    • deepen his musical appreciation, to awaken in his soul a profound musical
    • act together that the truth can be found. This allows us to assume that
    • and truth has to be found through the individual truths which illuminate one
    • and instructive documents were found in the ruins afterwards. In one of them
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    • me” and no trace can be found that the other person actually said that.
    • can certainly be found if we return to an earlier incarnation.
    • earlier incarnations, but also those which can be found in the line of
    • which has been emphasised before and which can be found in my little work
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    • an aesthetic conscience had found its way into the artistic and literary life
    • region where the primary sources, the spiritual foundations of the
    • sense-world are to be found. And it has repeatedly been shown — for
    • increasingly to the fore. In so far as man found this central point of his
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    • the gods, found in various forms in different countries, were the product
    • was a deeply religious man and a profounder spirit even than Homer. He wished
    • mediaeval wisdom was a necessary foundation. Its influence worked first on
    • to light the hidden laws of nature which would otherwise never be found. And
    • foundations of human existence find utterance in art: or there are artists
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    • first time on the occasion of the foundation stone laying of
    • came to know these words, I have found them to be an
    • twenty-fourth to his thirtieth year, during which he found ever
    • profound of the Essenes, but they were silent and only spoke
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    • about the way such things are found. With few words such a
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    • indeed happen that the men who thus want to found everything on power
    • factories. Apes will be found to be cheaper than men, hence this will
    • making nests. The wasps found out how to make paper thousands of
    • Trojan War took place? About 1200 years before the founding of
    • imaginatively is this: Wotan is always to be found at that corner; it
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    • are always to be found. We have these three varieties of cells in the
    • bee-keeping has always been regarded as profoundly significant. Man takes
    • were still in their wild state; men found it so, and they looked upon
    • are founded on real knowledge. But, there may still be much that can be
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    • to children found to be suffering from some form or other of
    • components of one or another chemical substance are to be found in
    • cannot be found by chemical analysis. This substance is what people
    • Poor!’” One has found another term, but one has not
    • sugar. The horse licked them, found them sweet, and loved Herr von
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    • found a number of very healthy children in a bee-keeper's house, and
    • I found a hornets' nest in my bee-house. I was taking away the brood.
    • as a whole. It is for this reason that the bee colony is so profoundly
    • social order a healthy price for honey would naturally be found; this
    • Signs of the Zodiac is founded on external data, or if there is more
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    • cannot be found anywhere else. They are only produced by the ants,
    • the scurvy is not to be found among the component parts. Where then
    • human body the most diverse substances are found in it. But everywhere
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    • found in the plants. I told you yesterday, for we began to answer
    • is therefore apparently dead. The nests can usually be found in
    • acid. It is found more especially in the ants.
    • is to be found in all the plants; in clover it is present in greater
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    • universities. In this time you find the founding of the
    • that found its true, middle-European expression in the free
    • beautiful speaking found in the cult.
    • necessary; otherwise the transition will not be found, for
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    • juridical-states life founded on equality, by an economic
    • life founded on associations, but rather of having to lead up
    • and these little stimulated, are to be found to begin with at
    • Now we've found a
    • foundation. A feeling must be evoked for the fact that the spiritual
    • life is a reality based on its own foundation. Such a self-evident
    • an abstract basis must be based on a foundation elsewhere.
    • Bebel, 1840–1913. Founder in 1869 with
    • Mehring, 1846–1919; socialist writer and politician, founder of
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    • rights as upon its very foundation. This part, the political
    • by no means shake the traditional foundations!
    • human relations. And as a foundation for the following lectures, let
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    • found nothing. I was about to come here and ask the Minister,
    • I found it, there stood the statement: 'What one cannot
    • this I have always found the following to be a striking
    • exist without Anthroposophy as its foundation. Of course, one
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    • that is found above all in the new form of jurisprudence and in what
    • to be found. But in the way in which Comte builds up his system, the way
    • at work in the being of man can also be found in the animal. This is mere
    • know that they are not to be found in outer nature. In outer nature,
    • he finally found his way to the thought and outlook of Roman Catholic
    • by a profoundly significant occurrence, to his Catholic view of life.
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    • of the day. At that time men who sought a higher culture only found it
    • is a mere superstition very commonly to be found in history to suppose
    • which were still to be found among the common people in the nineteenth
    • Aristotle was driven into Asia. The Greek philosophers founded centre in
    • to the towns, found in the princes their leaders. And it was from the
    • their thought everything that did not come from outside. They found their
    • of thinking, was born. The foundation of thought was laid. And now we
    • this mood is to be found. The former is driven to take refuge in certain
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    • mathematical foundation.
    • it builds on an exact foundation thoroughly in accord with
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    • fragments. As these fragments are not always found in the
    • seeing enters our consciousness through something to be found
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    • soul, is then found in today's mathematically-oriented
    • the contrary, what is usually found is the desire to plunge
    • found where some reaction of a soul nature to the external
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    • applicable to the plant kingdom just as we found it possible
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    • I always found that what they offered to explain the senses
    • found in the brain — actually in the entire nervous
    • of our day — I found them in general to be unpleasant,
    • foundation of the Vedas. This is no longer possible
    • this as a foundation, we will continue our discussion tomorrow.
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    • their connection with the foundation of anthroposophical
    • founded on a vision of the human being and his relation to
    • questions can be found (even for sense-bound empirical
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    • found in my books, something arises which has a similar name
    • found in external documents — for example, in the
    • It is possible simply on the foundation of sound human
    • everywhere for which the threads are simply not to be found
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    • be found only by those who grasp the social life with
    • desire to found a religion, but they come from those who
    • the Waldorf schools raises the question whether what is found
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    • originates and where the creative forces of the world are found. Steiner
    • the ideas upon which one might found a social economy offering man a
    • jurisprudence — everywhere can be found scientific concepts such
    • had said that a second Newton would never be found who could explain
    • second Newton had been found in Darwin, that Darwin had actually tried,
    • also lie at the foundation of consciousness. But how, out of these
    • but nowhere to be found, and “consciousness,” which is assumed
    • a view of nature — within which man cannot be found. The abundance
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    • originates and where the creative forces of the world are found. Steiner
    • themselves, they found that one could arrive thereby at the most contrary
    • I, who have built only upon the foundation of ego-consciousness, have
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    • grips with something that rests upon a firm foundation, that bears its
    • mystics come forth to tell us how they have become aware of a profound
    • because one has found the spirit by traveling along a path followed
    • is that when we have found the freedom that lives in sense-free thinking
    • the inner experiences that are to be found within the sphere of pure
    • of this portal is well founded in the normal scientific sense. For it
    • is only upon such a foundation that we later can build the edifice of
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    • originates and where the creative forces of the world are found. Steiner
    • therein he builds the foundation for a higher mode of cognition. For this
    • understanding — this man found only an abstraction to answer the
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    • with its material foundations as a continuous whole; we rise up to that
    • be found within the spiritual life as an independently subsisting part of
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    • by science and observation of nature. An ever-more profound skepticism
    • that unites itself profoundly not only with the faculty of perception
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    • originates and where the creative forces of the world are found. Steiner
    • a quality of air that is not found when we experience air as a purely
    • together with Schelling, at laying the foundations of a system of natural
    • he had founded. He had striven for an intellectual intuition. He ground
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    • in connection with other processes not to be found on the
    • our attention on the process we found connected with
    • the least that here or there this or that substance is found.
    • That silica is found in hair is not at all essential; what is
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    • of illness found in the human chest organism, we must take
    • its surface. There is a profound process taking place between
    • only as a foundation for research. The actual organic causes
    • and magnetism should really be studied more profoundly in
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    • often have found that sickly children, especially those whose
    • hands and feet, it is a profound sign that the ego is not
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    • connected with such phenomena. Blood is found in the stool,
    • also found in the stool, which takes on the appearance of a
    • of the ego is actually to be found in dynamic systems, the
    • studying ailments with this perception as a foundation. If
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    • Earlier in these lectures, I reported that nitrogen is found
    • foundation with such thoughts, you will not be far from
    • of breathing, are found the real shaping, plastic forces in
    • point will always be found there. It is of tremendous
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    • found in the rest of the organism, gold will be applied. If,
    • formative forces are essentially to be found in mercury. We
    • leads to very deep foundations of man's whole organization.
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    • with Frau Molt, founded this Waldorf School
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    • point of view and found on the way — white, black, green,
    • have already found from another point of view.
    • Taking the colours we found yesterday, we may say as follows: By its
    • Yesterday we found the four colours: black, white, peach-colour and
    • colours we found yesterday as we now have made between yellow, blue and
    • it is different with the three colours we have found today.
    • the Planets. It is only a comparison, but one which is founded
    • Hence the old painters who had a susceptibility to such things found
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    • present-day knowledge, is nowhere to be found, the question namely:
    • to be found in luster. The pictorial really more nearly approaches the
    • now one has found in painters a fear and a decided antipathy towards
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    • consciousness to be found of the whole significance of beauty. Man
    • spirituality. The opposite pole must be found to that which has been
    • founders at certain points. Not with regard to concepts: one does not
    • tried to show you how the summons is to be found everywhere really to
    • this, one can reach such profound despair, that in certain
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    • pronounced what one might call a profound utterance about Goethe. He
    • dreaming, it is found unnecessary for a spiritual movement to express
    • unfounded belief has grown up that spiritual knowledge can kill Art.
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    • which has practically died out in our time, but was still to be found
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    • entered and found an element of light, or rather, a place of light. In
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    • occurred, a false judgment would have found its way into
    • look more profoundly into the reality. And how indeed could
    • and profound concepts and ideas concerning life, than any we
    • have no firmer foundation. Suppose someone had passed by the
    • must he grasped still more profoundly. Spiritual science
    • and went to Agamemnon son of Atreus, and found him
    • the connection between the philosophic foundations of a
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    • resting on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance.
    • out into the universe and found in what the stars expressed,
    • be found to express the gradual transition from Spanish into
    • foundation of facts as they are, not on that of pre-conceived
    • culture, to study how the Oedipus theme has found its way
    • found that because Greco-Latin culture stands at the dividing
    • higheet peak of French culture is to be found in the works of
    • particular perfection to be found in Molière has ever
    • be found in the creations of Holbein and Dürer.
    • found in Dürer only after he had gone to Italy and had
    • semi-barbarous He who laid the foundation of modern Prussia
    • the real foundations of world-events before judgments are
    • profound theory of this natural development because it is a
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    • found the following design when I was working out the forms
    • bearer of the message of culture lies in the deep foundations
    • profoundest respect; he, like every one of his heroes, is
    • individuality is to be found in the Czechs, the Ruthenians,
    • differences; and finally it is to be found at the other pole
    • out — the thought is to be found in many of my lectures
    • the founding of the German Reich. It was really consolidated
    • outcome of very profound thinking, W. H. Preuss had already
    • eventually be found by the sensitive soul, despite the
    • is to be found in the preface to my book
    • upon the foundation of the facts of evolution, then their
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    • process through the subconscious foundations of his life of
    • spiritual realities — this will be found in a third
    • liberated from its physical foundation. Then one sees what
    • found in the culture of the present day? As much as there was
    • towards what is to be found in the outside world. Oh, those
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    • are to see colours, a foundation is always necessary, with
    • must be sought and found.
    • something that is not to be found on the physical plane,
    • another is one that is never found in Nature, if a being with
    • in our Building is found by the world outside.
    • far as its main foundation is concerned, was already
    • are often profound truths in many sayings current in everyday
    • for earth-evolution, then it is to be found in the Cross,
    • differentiated. There is profound truth in the biblical
    • foundations, even though our ideals cause opponents to say
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    • be found in external reality. Now spiritual research is often
    • nowhere to be found in the outer physical world. If anything
    • form. The answer to this problem is to be found in the
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    • that the way to the Spirit may be found through what is
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    • Cassini will be found everywhere in our building, and your
    • structure around the organ. This line will be found in many
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    • should have before us a profound cosmic mystery merely in the
    • found in primitive art can only be understood when we realise
    • found. According to materialistic, monistic Darwinism they
    • characteristic qualities of mediaeval art are to be found in
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    • of the world—theoretical from its very foundations
    • confidence that the foundations of our world and our
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    • to reject the foundation of our civilisation, to flounder in
    • not be confounded with the deficiencies inherent in his
    • come to us from any other source. The Greeks found in reality
    • found the source of all satisfaction. The mere imitation
    • opposite of the Greek spirit, which found everything in Nature.
    • of a dry theory; they are the essential foundation of organisms
    • truth, if its essence is found in the expression of the Idea.
    • a work should have found adherents in a country which produced
    • it — there beauty is found. Beauty is therefore nothing
    • unreal, since it represents something which can never be found
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    • universities. In this time you find the founding of the
    • that found its true, middle-European expression in the free
    • beautiful speaking found in the cult.
    • necessary; otherwise the transition will not be found, for
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    • juridical-states life founded on equality, by an economic
    • life founded on associations, but rather of having to lead up
    • and these little stimulated, are to be found to begin with at
    • Bebel, 1840–1913. Founder in 1869 with Wilhelm Liebknecht
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    • found nothing. I was about to come here and ask the Minister,
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    • this I have always found the following to be a striking
    • exist without Anthroposophy as its foundation. Of course, one
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    • Christmas Foundation Conference. Of course he will speak here
    • as a member and fellow founder of this Anthroposophical
    • words are founded indeed on a truly Swiss attitude of mind. I
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    • speaks profoundly to our hearts, a symbol not only of the
    • to found and carry on the work of this publishing company
    • Foundation Conference if we can bring to life in our hearts
    • we make of the Anthroposophical Movement the profoundest
    • foundation for all our work and existence, then those
    • Today, of all days, let us allow the profoundest call of
    • the laying of the Foundation Stone of the Anthroposophical
    • the experiences of the past ten years since the founding of
    • presidency, of the Anthroposophical Society to be founded
    • such advice was a contradiction of the very foundations of
    • Anthroposophical Society, which is to be newly founded. You
    • have frequently found, when I have gone to meet young people,
    • Anthroposophical Society which shall be founded. This must
    • Yes, here I have found what moves me. An old person must
    • feel: Here I have found something for which I have striven
    • feel: Here I have found something which comes out to meet my
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    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • say this, we have understood what lies at the foundation of
    • our souls to the dodecahedral Foundation Stone which we lower
    • powerful sign in the strong foundations of our soul existence
    • Society we may stand on this firm Foundation Stone.
    • remain aware of this Foundation Stone for the
    • the remembrance of the Foundation Stone which we have today
    • of universal love which we lay as the foundation, let us seek
    • need. Then shall the Foundation Stone shine forth before the
    • eyes of our soul, that Foundation Stone which has received
    • soil into which we must lower the Foundation Stone of today,
    • of thought of that dodecahedral Foundation Stone of love
    • What we from our hearts would found
    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • you found here a true community of human beings for
    • final words of this meeting at which the Foundation Stone
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    • forthwith to open the Foundation Meeting of the
    • today, on the occasion of the Foundation Meeting, the
    • on the occasion of the Foundation Meeting of the General
    • Steiner for the founding of the General Society. We declare
    • obligations arising out of the founding of the General
    • human souls, even those found in the smallest places, so we
    • our profoundest thanks to him for having done this deed. And
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    • found for these things. Originally there was no such thing as
    • specific terminology, is this not so? We have found that when
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    • openness with the profoundest, most serious and inward
    • from the foundations of occult life. If we ask ourselves over
    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • For they enable us to see that we have a foundation on which
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    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
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    • Supplement will be found everything the Vorstand thinks,
    • had been made by me to found national Societies on the basis
    • founded here at Christmas. These national Societies have
    • anthroposophical foundation meetings it was said in one way
    • or another that a national Society would be founded like the
    • Societies were founded everywhere along the lines of the
    • founded everywhere a Swiss national Society ought to be
    • attained. The Sections I would like to found are:
    • representatives will be found here for these Sections which
    • weeks, and have also not found any other expression for this
    • at the Goetheanum. You have come in order to found the
    • science founded by Dr. Steiner.’
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    • which are to give us the foundation for our present work as
    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • the three Classes, which are built on the foundation of the
    • far I haven't found one. And once again I have to say that it
    • extremely profound and that it is most urgent for us to
    • very profound are the reasons for the motto over Plato's
    • laying of the foundation stone of the Gaetheanum. We must be
    • and now a solution had to be found. This moral solution is
    • themselves whether they found the leader of this group to be
    • ‘At the Foundation Meeting at
    • Christmas 1923 the constitution of the Founding Vorstand
    • receives the ground on which it stands at this Foundation
    • in the sense of its spiritual foundations and conditions.
    • Society is in continuity with the Society founded in 1912. It
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    • foundations, in Hamburg, Cologne and so on, the Waldorf
    • association for independent education has been founded, I do
    • could be founded on a larger scale. We should not allow
    • mentioned are founded; and also that many such associations
    • should be founded, more and more of them!
    • educational associations ought to be founded everywhere. But
    • not to found as many private schools as possible to compete
    • sufficient basis for the founding of a school in Basel.
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    • be found concerning the relationship of the branch at the
    • brought forward which people found impossible to understand.
    • a new footing by the foundation of the General
    • I believed that a solution could be found. You will agree
    • society such as the one to be founded here a pedantic head is
    • Verein I think some kind of method will have to be found if
    • could have decided not to found it in the first place. There
    • is no other way but to think realistically. We cannot found a
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    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • Cracow, Lemberg, Warsaw — have resolved to found the
    • the Foundation Stone, the newly-founded Anthroposophical
    • Society in Poland sends to the leader and founder of the
    • laying of the Foundation Stone in 1923 I wish you and ...
    • Foundation Stone may be revealed to all the world. With
    • Anthroposophical Society which has been founded here.
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    • What we from our hearts would found
    • What we from our hearts would found,
    • found,
    • from the start which we have never found to be fulfilled
    • people can be found who are capable through their very nature
    • foundation within Anthroposophy on which young people can
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    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
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    • foundation, without reference to any view of the world.
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    • as the foundation, and about the three Classes. And I believe
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    • said that you arrived this morning and found the meeting in
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    • terrible to be found in the physical world: The envy of the
    • profoundly hidden from any external physical experience. Many
    • could not be found by any external, physical human eye. But
    • the holy human deed. They could be found by those who could
    • pointing. The pupils found their Rosicrucian teacher if they
    • these remarkable personalities were to be found living in the
    • profoundly concrete. A Rosicrucian teacher was discovered in
    • speech of heaven can resound. Thus profound instruction in
    • found ways, despite the envy of the gods, to carry forward
    • friends, our pain was profound. Our pain was inexpressible.
    • more profoundly, we repeat those words which I was permitted
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    • wants to found a World Goetheanum Association, resembling a
    • van Leer will be found. This openness will have to be taken
    • sufficient. For the founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • need 12 Schillings from every member and then we shall found
    • realistically founded when we have these 12 Schillings
    • has been experienced here as a primeval founding.
    • thirty-five doctors were present at the founding of the small
    • especially welcomes the founding of the Medical Section.
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    • present-day civilization can be founded on the kind of
    • cannot be founded on it. It would be possible for this
    • a place where the strength is found to point to those little
    • founded here in Dornach. If we have the ambition to make what
    • stands as the foundation for eurythmy, they will take a
    • this Conference that has led to the founding of the General
    • state of sleep, is actually not one which is found amongst
    • laid the Foundation Stone. On this Foundation Stone shall be
    • In the Spirit-Foundations of Man.
    • What we from our hearts would found
    • hearts in whose soil you have laid the Foundation Stone for
    • which the Foundation Stone was laid in members' hearts,
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    • before the refounding of the Anthroposophical Society, form an important
    • foundation for a new community life.
    • foundation stone of the Goetheanum was laid in Dornach, the
    • and at the anthroposophy underlying it found in the Goetheanum proof
    • to achieve pure art, for such a striving is profoundly part of the
    • from an anthroposophical spirit, but was instead founded and carried
    • cultural institutions. Founded in 1920 and liquidated in 1925, the
    • human character is to be found here in Stuttgart in one area in
    • Steiner was founded at Stuttgart in 1919. At present, there are some
    • problem can be solved. A sect or a party would have founded a school
    • sense. Every sect or party that sets out to found a school founds a
    • Waldorf School was founded, the whole spirit of its founding, are
    • model in any further foundings related either to the Anthroposophical
    • world for me to be profoundly delighted should it succeed. Surely no
    • that they have at last found what they were really looking for,
    • something they could never have found in anthroposophy! Though there
    • well-intentioned founding of the Union for the Threefolding of the
    • growing, but we can try. What were its founders (and more especially
    • exercises to be found in my book,
    • while ago and found the young people in the picture, the Society had
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • profoundly at odds with the state of mind that comes from a real
    • able, right after the founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal,
    • brought out facts quite ideally suited to serving as the foundation
    • outside him. The spirit that an older humanity found living in the
    • I have found it quite
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    • are to the earthly sense world. Nor are they to be found in corpses.
    • the German section of the Theosophical Society was being founded, I
    • The founding of the German section of the Theosophical Society and my
    • foundation that already included the most important teachings about
    • such people were found. All that was necessary was for people to come
    • laid the foundation for an anthroposophical community of sorts. The
    • great concern whether the people who found their way to anthroposophy
    • important was to base absolutely everything on a foundation of
    • of anthroposophical efforts were more firmly founded on fact, even
    • scientific movement. It was built on the foundation of relationships
    • someone else starts an independent enterprise founded on
    • not seem as though we were back at the founding of the Society?
    • the founder of other enterprises that it fails to provide with truly
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • into account as a factor in the founding of the Anthroposophical
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • foundation of enthusiasm, and we can create the right enthusiasm only
    • as human because they still had such a profound experience of the
    • where the Greek found it proof of divine reality, we feel it to be
    • that found in nature itself.
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • a spiritual movement, which, as its membership increased, found
    • anthroposophy is built on a spiritual foundation that is not
    • Society is not something that can be founded all over again. For
    • we proceed with our current deliberations. Anyone who has found his
    • deep, elemental feeling found in many human souls today, the product
    • found. What I had in mind was to develop a religious and pastoral
    • to language as the foundation of a first, primitive building of
    • life on earth. In the realm thus traversed are found the beings, the
    • the profoundest depths of human consciousness.
    • is independent of anthroposophical societies and can be found
    • independently of them. It can be found in a special way when one
    • be found by tomorrow evening if things go on as they have up to this
    • Society as it is and found a union of free anthroposophical
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • anthroposophical foundation on which to approach the problems we
    • history of societies built on foundations similar to those on which
    • to listen with profound inner calm even to things one cannot in the
    • well-founded utterances on the other person's part. In the higher
    • these institutions, and since the foundation on which they are all
    • based is anthroposophy, that foundation must now be defended by
    • anthroposophy out of all of them, and it is not to be found there.
    • establishing right relations with the rest of the world can be found
    • had to be found to suit each such development. It was found, as I
    • particular, of the circumstance that people founded all sorts of
    • have been no one to found and steer and look after the school. Real
    • was founded on anything susceptible of intellectual-rational proof,
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • expectations, with a quite definite picture of what is to be found in
    • he found them so terribly boring, and went instead to the pretzel
    • Social Organism.” Right from the moment of its founding in
    • wonderful, heartfelt, profound words. Mr. Werbeck gave a masterly
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • spiritual world as divine can only be found by forming communities.
    • An answer must be found to the question whether the community
    • way of doing it has yet been found. A sermon contained within the
    • been found. Thus sermons eventuate in mere opinion, personal opinion,
    • essentials on an anthroposophical foundation, reckons with fresh,
    • They have looked for them, but have not found them. What they have
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    • foundation for a new community life.
    • especially in societies built on spiritual foundations that the
    • this or that element found in it, and they would be happy to have it
    • societies built on a spiritual foundation, one also knows how such a
    • must be founded on such recognitions if the Anthroposophical Society
    • membership — had not been found. New members should not be
    • and when people returned the following day and found that he had
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    • thoughts were the foundation of everything. Hegel's philosophy
    • logic but the system of thought that must form the foundation
    • traces of the warmth of will are found to some extent in his
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    • importance in the accounts of the Event of Christ is not found in any
    • Testament. In every case we found that we first learnt to read these
    • foundation of our movement. What does advance in spiritual knowledge
    • found by means of clairvoyant consciousness; but once these facts are
    • rules you have received, and which are found in my book,
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    • that the animal and plant forms found on the earth to-day are the
    • them profoundly. For all other conceptions and all other experiences
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    • Chaldeans in the study of the stars and the founding of astrology and
    • he is regarded as the founder of logic.
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    • concerning initiation. In them are found again the ancient directions
    • science alone can provide a foundation for such an understanding, and
    • evolution was to be carried out found the instruments they required
    • fact, at the same time as regards spiritual secrets it is profoundly
    • lives in man, the true significance of which is only to be found in
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    • persons were mainly found in olden times, that is in pre-Christian
    • initiation was found which I have just described in its highest
    • wild beast had harmed him, the child was found sleeping peacefully.
    • happened when his parents sent people to look for him, they found
    • things happening to all great founders of religions through all the
    • Celtic peoples, They tell of a founder of religion, one Habich, he
    • personalities, certain features of his miracles are found everywhere,
    • Beings had entered into all the leaders and founders of religions
    • happens to all founders of religions who are inspired and intuited by
    • evolution. For this a suitable personality had to be found. Everyone
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    • form a foundation, for the evolved human ego is not yet present. But
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    • revealed by many of the expressions found in the Gospels, to show how
    • the practical materialist can only be cured by entering profoundly
    • ponder the profound significance there is for life in the fact that
    • “nervous system” physicians have found these methods
    • connected as it was with profound facts of human nature. It is where
    • increased intensity of the ego found expression in tears.
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    • be recognised as belonging to the Gospels that are not found directly
    • introduced directly, and in a very profound sense, to the very Being
    • found in the other Gospels. But one passage found in this Gospel is
    • remarkable just because it is not found in the other Gospels. This
    • found in the same way in the other Gospels. When we realise that the
    • for the finer differences of style found in this Gospel from those
    • found in the other Gospels, one notices spiritual scientific
    • differences here also; we find in it things not found in the other
    • exclusion of many sentences found in the other Gospels, that many
    • in certain things being omitted that are found in the other Gospels.
    • day. If much that is found in this Gospel has reference to what is
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    • Chaldeans, Babylonians and Assyrians are found again in the religion
    • outcome of ancient clairvoyance, is found in an intellectual and
    • Facts will show that the spiritual science founded by European
    • history that proof can be found, if you go to work in the right way
    • found in human nature has nothing to do with what is called the
    • scientific examination, this is how things are found to be! The
    • edifice of spiritual science is raised on a foundation of truth I
    • This is a foundation of no easy belief! Our edifice is raised on the
    • foundation of a carefully tested if perhaps difficult truth, and the
    • the foundations on which the edifice of Spiritual Science is
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    • this would be found. Many a one said to himself in the first half of
    • theosophical life as cultivated by us is founded in Rosicrucianism,
    • ditch to discover the cause of the moaning, and there he found an old
    • further, and at last found a very ancient primeval man of whom he
    • mountain, then the second mountain; there he found the dragon's
    • found the horse, and he was able to lead it back to the mother
    • foxes appeared with a large following. They found the horse, and he
    • appeared with his following. They found the horse and he took it back
    • they found pleasure and joy in them, they felt warm life flow through
    • through the world, found an old woman in distress, and did a good and
    • contemporaries — he found resignation in saying: —
    • comes to life when a sufficient number of souls are found who realise
    • are found who realise what they owe to the Spirit of the Universe
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    • investigate in the future what has not yet been found. In return, it
    • burnt, indeed, but also methods are found to burden and to suppress
    • was founded in 1875, it has nurtured real science of the soul. It wants
    • that Confucius, that all the great founders of the different religions
    • plant soul. They found that the human beings have this activity of building
    • similar is found with certain animals, the immense difference comes
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    • nature and also in the human soul the God being is to be found. This
    • leads us gradually to the understanding of the primary foundation of
    • concept of God clear in his mind in a profound way. If you understand
    • in Goethe's works the motto of theosophy can also be found there. At
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    • Christianity originally following the founder of Christianity. Go back to the
    • Friedrich Strauss find? He found that the real Son of God cannot present himself
    • time to look up to God, to the spiritual being, which should have found fulfilment
    • at all about a founder of Christianity.
    • who brought this teaching to the world, but its founder had really become flesh
    • the fact that the way of understanding the founder of Christianity is not found
    • that everything has changed bit by bit, and this is well founded. Only because
    • to them. — Where did this intention of the founder of Christianity come
    • sages. However, in the founder of Christianity the higher compassion lived to
    • had to sound according to the intentions of the founder of Christianity which
    • the founder of Christianity wanted to bring up disciples and apostles for him.
    • the human beings are released from the belief that guilt and atonement are found
    • to the founder of Christianity; to produce that spirit which does not have only
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    • written a short time before Kantianism was founded. It appeared in 1766. It
    • is not compatible. He who wrote the foundation of this view is Immanuel Kant
    • he writes this in 1766, and fourteen years later he founds that theory of knowledge
    • great physiologist Johannes Müller found the law of the
    • make the foundation of a moral world view independent of all knowledge and cognition.
    • founder of academic pedagogy
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    • epistemologists have found that everything that surrounds me is nothing but
    • one leg on the naive realism because they do not give up founding everything
    • founder of academic pedagogy
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    • founded his psychology at the end of the great Greek philosophical epoch. For
    • a scholar centuries before Christ what has been found on quite different ways.
    • the moment happens when the level is reached that everything lifeless has found
    • that differs substantially from everything that is found as a soul element outside.
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    • scholar Wallace, the founder of the theory of evolution. Darwin
    • and he found — independently of each other — the great thought of
    • higher worlds. It is a simple historical fact that the founders of the theosophical
    • are found in much higher spiritual worlds. We grope in the dark if we walk in
    • There are highly developed beings among humankind, and those who have found
    • Society was then founded.
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    • of enthusiastic followers in the world, on one side, that has found the most
    • all that the founders of the theosophical movement, Mrs. Helena Petrowna Blavatsky,
    • spiritistic movement, but had not found it.
    • spiritism, but to search for truth where it is to be found.
    • what the church has later found! It is comprehensible that every other way than
    • that of the Rosicrucians, the deepest and most significant one, founded by Christian
    • was collected in it that was to be found out about the “second sight.”
    • or as a vision; what the human being sees is founded in his own dispositions.
    • and Gustav Theodor Fechner, the founder of psychophysics.
    • the scientific form of spiritism Kardec had founded. Hellenbach played a prominent
    • Spiritism got a scientific form in Germany that way. Also such spirits founded
    • faced these facts tried to understand them in his way. The Christian faith found
    • it to find favourable proofs of their case. Others also found confirmation from
    • ways. The representatives of a super-sensible spiritism like Hellenbach found
    • founded by Mrs. Helena Petrowna Blavatsky to open an understanding of the ways.
    • spiritual is not found in the sensory world and also not by arrangements of
    • Heinrich Weber (1795–1878), German physician, founder of experimental
    • psychologist, the founder of psychophysics
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    • states of consciousness are also found indicated in the books of the 17th century
    • correctly, the preconditions of such a judgment are more profound than one normally
    • degree. One did not say that he had betrayed the secret, but there were found
    • were discussed perpetually. Newspapers were founded specially for it. People
    • Auguste Liébeault (1823 -1904), French physician, Founder of
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    • foundation of their concepts and ideas with regard to the super-sensible world,
    • and for those who strive for such a more profound foundation of the knowledge
    • within the sensory world, how are our images of an eternal life solidly founded?
    • human being tries today to found these ideas of the super-sensible.
    • eager to offer this foundation to the present humankind. Whereas the cultural
    • love, the theosophical world view has as its first principle to found a human
    • of desire into love, has led to the foundation of the Theosophical Society encompassing
    • America, in all countries of Western Europe. It is to be found everywhere because
    • human life and found what applies itself to this view of the spirit and impresses
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • philosophical reference books at least externally what is to be found there.
    • I would like to give an example only what is to be found in the Dictionary
    • stages are to be found between two extremes. The one extreme is the sober scholars.
    • Something is to be found in the theosophical literature and in theosophical
    • to understand what the spiritual researcher has found. Mind you, one needs the
    • One has to investigate what can be really found. Outside only the oscillatory
    • beings who form a judgement, with all care, after the most profound examination.
    • by theosophy to the big mass of the human beings. However, the reproach is unfounded
    • want to found a new religion. But it wants to bring truth home to the human
    • of humankind. One found the symptoms of manic depression with Schopenhauer,
    • Atlantis has been found again by the naturalists. In the magazine
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    • in a new art form which should be more than the art founded on pure imagination.
    • an external image, a separation of that which was found in the mysteries. If
    • in feeling and thinking is to be found in this movement.
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    • the questions of life have found satisfaction in the deepest sense that it has
    • founders. These religious founders were nothing else than envoys of the great
    • which one calls the profound Buddhism of the East. This brotherhood has its
    • century only very little understanding was there of a more profound wisdom.
    • that they found very little stimulation in the Protestant confession of the
    • needs found the least satisfaction in the confessions of the 19th century. These
    • Then however, when this light had come, one found the spark again, so that also
    • spiritual flow. That is why that influence which has led to the foundation of
    • the teachers of wisdom that they found words and concepts to speak to everybody,
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
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    • thought that speaks out of every book to be found even in the lowliest
    • to be found that point to what is in surrounding nature, and who also
    • for knowledge in the sort of phenomenon that is to be found in the
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    • founded group bearing the great name of Christian Rosenkreutz,
    • in the great secrets of the life of the spirit. The founding of a new
    • together to make a whole. A remarkable reference to this can be found
    • really seen and discovered by the rosicrucians. They found that this
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    • also to super-sensible realms, one may ask what is to be found within
    • profound feeling of satisfaction may be associated with falling
    • order to know this, for it is to be found in Rabbinical writings, and
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    • Materialism can satisfy just two generations: the one that founded the
    • conception and the pupils who have received it from the founders. This
    • one who works in the laboratory or the workshop and who founded the
    • are sought for but not found because the resulting physical illnesses
    • found. Insufficient cultivation of concentration and insight makes one
    • For having a knowledge of these things gives a foundation for
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    • social life that is based on a mutual interchange founded on the sort
    • on foundations that can only be found within this movement and nowhere
    • spiritual foundations that Spiritual Science has to offer, otherwise
    • Spiritual Science should draw abundant life from the foundations of
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    • development was altogether unique; the profound spirituality he bore
    • transparent. Through the processes of a profoundly wise form of
    • the Akashic Record, because there and there only are they to be found
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    • broken. Moreover the early writings of the founder of the Theosophical
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    • found in the lives of many people today, but it is usually passed by
    • well aware that the event at Damascus is the foundation stone of the
    • whole of subsequent Christianity. And if this foundation stone itself
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    • has turned into a decent, self-respecting human being. He has found
    • found that these people are our parents or brothers and sisters in the
    • inside, but the divine man in us can only be found when we search in
  • Title: Esoteric Christianity: Intimate Workings of Karma
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    • certain place in Europe in the thirteenth century and had found one
    • He was born many times with great and profound qualities of heart. It
    • Rosenkreutz has found him mature and ready; the sign is given by
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    • promoting any understanding of the spiritual foundations of the world
    • instrument for understanding the spiritual foundations of the world
    • a profound mystic.
    • since the founding of the Middle European section of the Theosophical
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    • profound sense can only be created because the largest part of
    • mathematic-materialistic sciences, which lay at the foundation
    • spiritual worlds found the gods within all phenomena, they
    • in the youth's soul, found its solution with the Event of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • symbolical festival — is connected with the most profound mysteries,
    • which is to be found in
    • been intermingled with that other current which is to be found in
    • ancient Persian mysticism was founded, and this led to the veneration
    • Age. The Bible hints at that in a concealed and profound way:
    • of consciousness which is to be found in people who have been
    • was also the endeavour of all the great founders of religion, that
    • the New Testament. It is alluded to in the profoundest of the Gospels
    • attended by Jesus. The founder of Christianity there speaks of the
    • endeavours of their fellow men. The founders of the Church's outward
    • great Adepts, who are the founders of our spiritual movement — not our
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 2: The Contrast Between Cain and Abel
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    • aspect, of course — is an allegory for very profound mysteries
    • things for himself, that is Cain. Cain lays the foundation of zither
    • nothing to do with the deity to begin with. A profound truth is
    • Nostradamus (Century 10, 75) the following prophecy can be found: At
    • contains the profoundest theosophical teachings, it is much more
    • profound than Sinnett's Esoteric Buddhism.
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    • profound.
    • expression of profound esoteric truths. I should like to speak today
    • interpretations, however, five others can be found, for every saga
    • and from this conclude what a profound meaning lies hidden in it.
    • founder of this impulse in the development of mankind, was one of the
    • Peter is the ‘rock’ upon which Christ founded His Church.
    • will understand how profoundly these occult connections are
    • liver, at the foundation of his existence, and thus this energy
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 5: The Mystery Known to Rosicrucians
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    • communion with Yahveh. He went away into distant lands and founded
    • found so lacking in skill that he had been unable to promote them to
    • last Hiram was found and was able to utter a few last words. He said:
    • pointed to the place where the Golden Triangle was to be found. This
    • the founding of Christianity. Through it, the earlier piety, which
    • he who, in a former incarnation, had founded the Rosicrucian Order.
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    • which was founded by a person who called himself Mani
    • say, from a region of Western Asia Minor. This Mani was the founder
    • The profound thought which lies in this
    • interpret the Manichean views in this profound sense, that good and
    • if they were not founded on the authority of the Church’.
    • been in preparation since the founding of Christianity. It is just at
    • what it should do. It must express itself in the founding of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 7: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 1
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    • for the whole of Freemasonry is to be found in the Temple Legend
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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    • most profound and reveals, for those who can understand it, what
    • highest training of all, the most profound occult instruction, which
    • are founded on the attributes of God and of man, and must be regarded
    • ‘and when we have found this the spiritual
    • profundities was once found in Freemasonry, but is no longer there in
    • primeval in its foundation. It belongs to the most ancient of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 9: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 3
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    • in Europe. 1875 is the year of the founding of the Theosophical
    • school founded by the Landgrave of Hessen, also, there were two main
    • Pentagram. The Freemasonry founded by the Landgrave of Hessen at that
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 10: Evolution and Involution as they are Interpreted by Occult Societies [The Atom as Congealed Electricity]
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    • social institutions and organisations, in charitable foundations. For
    • selfless deeds are the real foundations of immortality: this is the
    • you found a charitable institution or have contributed something to
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 11: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 1
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    • society should best be shaped, and feel themselves called to found
    • There it was that his descendants laid the foundation of ancient
    • Rome. His son Ascanius founded Alba Longa and history now enumerates
    • priestly state of Troy founded a colony, the priestly colony of
    • physical body was taken as a model for the foundations. That is not
    • foundations firm. Thus the saga allows Romulus, the first Roman king,
    • Legend is very profound, but even the present-day Freemasons usually
    • race of Seth was founded.
    • building houses, of organising society of founding civilised
    • a shepherd. He held firmly to what he found, he took the world as it
    • profound knowledge has been lost.
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 12: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 2
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    • which, however, a profound world-historic symbolism finds its
    • first passing through the stage of Peter none of the Templars found
    • Grail. In King Arthur's Round Table can be found the ancient
    • profound are the symbols, and so was the instruction, that the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 13: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 3
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    • symbol for all men, and it is found not only in Christianity, but in
    • together and form the trinity which is the foundation of all growth
    • into one. This finds expression in the holy legend in a profound
    • foundations; thereby expressing the secretion of the living Cross in
    • That is a profound saying of Paul's. When is there sin in the world? Only
    • what is meant by those words of Paul which are to be found in the
    • in [this] legend, which is also to be found in the Apis and Mithras
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 14: Concerning the Lost Temple and How It Is To Be Restored - 4
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    • is also the symbol of the so-called Lost Word, which is to be found
    • found again. But with it we touch on Christian mysteries of a real
    • found that his body was built from elsewhere; but in the middle of
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 15: Atoms and the Logos in the Light of Occultism
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    • universal wisdom, through a religious founder. All religions agree
    • [in the deeper sense], because they have founders who belong to the
    • a special influence, and this seven indeed founded religious
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 16: The Relationship of Occultism to the Theosophical Movement
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    • movement had to be founded. The theosophical movement was conceived
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 17: Freemasonry and Human Evolution I
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    • Tubal-Cain, who founded the art of metal-working. Here an important
    • their tongues. The founding of the Adoption Lodges in the eighteenth
    • The first of these was founded in 1775. A Freemasonry was practised in
    • pave the way for the sexes to come together. The founder of our
    • more profound thought is this: these one-sided male endeavours must
    • this foundation.
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 18: Freemasonry and Human Evolution II
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    • This way was necessary, yes, occult Freemasonry was founded precisely
    • matters to the two sexes separately. First, a form must be found, in
    • founding of Freemasonry lies far back in the past. It took place at
    • tradition about the origin of the sexes; this contains a profound
    • Hiram was promised: ‘You will have a son who will found a new race.
    • theosophical wisdom, a balance must be found in man, between the
    • Adoption Lodges was founded; a lodge for women, since the law of the
    • established between men and women through the founding of a lodge for
    • priestly wisdom; an Order was thus founded with the aim of winning
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 19: The Relationship Between Occult Knowledge and Everyday Life
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    • morality. Cities were founded, they grew and flourished and thus
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 20: The Royal Art in a New Form
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    • was said, not without foundation, and in all seriousness, that one of
    • result of all this was that the Church found the Freemasons ai-id
    • found a world society against Freemasonry. A kind of council was held
    • go further back than the first man in searching for the founder of an
    • and he who sought piety found the object of his
    • noble and profound basis of the Freemasonry, symbols to be kept
    • [such groups?] which are profoundly masonic. We must conceive such
    • of the inanimate to be found in Nature. Try for a moment to
    • marble monuments, while contemporary wisdom is to be found in the
    • Silver King, and, in the Brass King, strength as it found its world
    • there is already the preparatory school for this, which was founded
    • founded the movement of the Holy Grail in the twelfth century said
    • higher worlds — apart from those who have once more sought and found
    • this profound masonic idea will be unable to have any inkling of what
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • be found in the lecture-course given last year in Vienna.
    • the foundation and support of the physical world, but that
    • profoundly unknown to him. This true being is not only
    • found in Mlle.de Gaussin's salon. The narrator perceives
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • found it extraordinarily difficult to get up, that the
    • Goethe understood it upon the foundation of a rich, and
    • has the goodwill to let the meditation material be found in
    • foundation of an often not consciously but in fact
    • that it is not possible to find a foundation for the truth
    • foundation a “playing in” of that activity of
    • it be found that only by the deepening and strengthening
    • living witnesses to the profound truth that the impulses of
    • that exists in the deep foundations of souls and does not
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    • towards arriving at a profound assessment of the human being as
    • soul-spiritual element was nowhere to be found in the physical
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    • experiences and are often found in established literary
    • before the founding of Christianity in Asia, in the near East,
    • whom I've referred in open lectures in Basel, found it
    • called the social question is something more profound than is
    • this regard real depressing impulses are to be found at the
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    • progress. I want to again mention the example, which is found
    • foundation these things are presented to the world. One must be
    • main thread found in a far wider line of argument. In my book
    • which has found much recognition in the world, that it can
    • depends on the personality traits found amongst members. I must
    • movement. I don't say this without foundation because I
    • sifted through and a childish confession found towards a
    • up as the foundation of the mystery of faith is also not first
    • spiritual basis which can be found everywhere and really place
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    • the origin of Anthroposophy can be found historically, as it were. During
    • kind of striving. The old science was founded entirely upon nature apart
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    • culture which would lift him above this pain. These elements he found in
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    • is not to be found in the abstract ideas formed in our ordinary logical
    • be found not to relate primarily to personal experience. They may be
    • of the person making such judgements. Otherwise there is no sound foundation
    • It will be found that when capacities for inner perception are thus
    • to be found in all kinds of orders and similar groups. Those gaining
    • world. More and quite different ones will be found as science progresses.
    • us that formerly were found in the innermost recesses of the soul. Exoteric
    • study today yields contents that once formed part of the most profound
    • been found in instinctive Imaginations.
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    • of the thinking process and then found himself in the situation I found
    • I found it necessary on the
    • found it necessary on the one hand to present a clear definition of
  • Title: Fruits/Anthroposophy: Lecture 7: The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature and the Moral World Order
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    • be consistently applied to everything that is to be found in the order
    • a destructive effect on the foundations of man's inner certainty,
    • this occasion may be found in my books, books I have mentioned several
    • a counterbase, the foundation, as it were, on which thinking can develop,
    • to follow Kant. In Kant's moral philosophy, Schiller found a rigid concept
    • of man in Anthroposophy, I countered this rigid concept found in Kantianism
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    • experience where fertilization may be found for man's artistic
    • it wants to be a new religious foundation. It does not want to do any
    • is to be found in the truly religious feelings of mankind.
    • This is profoundly bound up with the fact that contact has gradually
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    • towards a conscious penetration of these facts is rarely found.
    • relevant world which cannot today be found in this knowledge.
    • regarded most profound.
    • Christ figure: “In Dornach can be found a `Statue of the
    • foundation. Whoever is capable of presenting such a terrible
    • proletarian coffee-gossiping found it a popular falsehood, and
    • foundation of what I have recently wanted to characterise, by
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    • Zaccheus called to his feasts, the founders of the Kingdom of
    • first centuries, as it sought to equal its divine founder in
    • wonderful of human beings, I have found much that greatly
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    • man replied that an approach of nature might be found which
    • Foundations of Entire Science of Knowledge
    • other and the monks found themselves enclosed in between at
    • things now where it had once found irregular products of
    • found in the course of the talk that the word of the riddle is
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture III: Goethe's Secret Revelation - Esoteric
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    • profound. — Therefore, I would like to note from the
    • found.
    • is found as experience in the human soul, which could face us
    • especially in such a way of thinking as we have found it the
    • be found rather oddly. You remember the old man with the lamp
    • found by the old man only. How has he to experience it? He
    • trait, any turn in this fairy tale is of profound meaning, and
    • then you find that a whole world is to be found in it, far more
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IV: Bible and Wisdom I
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    • put together the document finally found old traditions or also
    • found
    • which was found in laboratories, but which was printed in the
    • himself, and then he appreciates the work of Euclid who found
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    • Gospels could give the image of the superior Jesus, the founder
    • thoughts, emotions and sensations which have found their
    • everything at the same time that founded the human order. Thus,
    • who is now efficient as legislator to found the external order
    • which lets shine to us what we have now found ourselves. While
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • that theosophy — admittedly maybe also unfounded —
    • something reasonable and something absurd can be found. Then,
    • always looked for and found an obvious cause of the
    • found in the purely physical nature — seven colours,
    • person that a hand of a statue got lost, was found again in
    • others, however, said, whether it is founded or not, this does
    • that one has found as reasonable must originate from somewhere.
    • satisfied having found the inexplicable. As long as one says to
    • the original process and found the form of suggestion
    • still to be found. There we see superstition appearing in the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • One mostly does not see how it is founded in the diet when the
    • destroy what the ancestors have founded. Even if such a person,
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VIII: Issues of Health in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • person. Who would not have found out that this good advice
    • form of illness finds its recovery if one has found suitable
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • discovery, a new invention. One has found — and a teacher
    • 1818–1883, Russian author), and which have found recognition
    • a goal faces him in particular. He wanted to found a kind of
    • model school, and he founded it in his hometown where every
    • him. However, he also found various things, which had to gnaw
    • in the most various worldviews, he nowhere found anything that
    • institutions and foundations by which the human beings are
    • of work and of the health of life is to be found. Nevertheless,
    • immediate life praxis, which can transfer the newfound to the
    • which, in the end, Tolstoy has found his way and Carnegie has
    • found his way: a satisfying life. However, it does not depend
    • Tolstoy and Carnegie have found for themselves as adequate,
    • this can be found for all human beings only impersonally and
    • spiritually if true spiritual knowledge of that is found which
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture X: The Practical Development of Thinking
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XII: The Secret of the Human Temperaments
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    • allowed to say that it founds something that proves to be a
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • founded in him already long before, a world about which one can
    • found nothing! The naturalists can give me dry, sober concepts,
    • following: I have studied many matters, have found various
    • found the possibility to connect these concepts to the living
    • existence surrounding us. It also nowhere found the possibility
    • has not yet found the way to the sources of existence, a
    • Goethe found the mediation where Mephistopheles gradually
    • nature itself proceeds,” then the divine that is found in
    • profound and secret wonders are unveiled.
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • excess of flame, and so we halt confounded;
    • in roseate dawn, who has found the entry in the spiritual
    • human being is. “What has ceased to be” is found in
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • are found on earth, are also found on the other planets. Then
    • which wanted to found the science of beauty bottom
    • included. There is already found the Apollonian and the
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    • express itself in art for centuries, which has also found its
    • Goethe, reading the Greek author Plutarch, found the strange
    • leads us profoundly into the problem of humanity if we
    • is a profound symbol that behind the sensuous mother the
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    • Already long ago, the foundation was laid for the acceptance of
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • find the drotten mysteries, founded by the original initiate
    • world. Who understands the profound letters of Paul, this
    • able to give no answers are to be found but only questions, it
    • and is sung in the poem, appeared as the founder of a new
    • Profound achievements of spiritual life lead back to
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • found tone eurythmy more pleasing than speech eurythmy and comparatively
    • we should at least begin to lay down the foundations of tone eurythmy.
    • you will easily realize that the step is the foundation of everything;
    • and must be in harmony with the foundation. And the formation establishes
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    • other organ in the chest is diagnosed, it will be found that this very
    • upon the foundations of what is really artistic, and to be able to speak
    • actual musical element is only to be found in the melodic element, the
    • sounds originally were not to be found in the material world. [8] We
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    • can be found in Hauer's writings, although he expresses it in a stark
    • could not be found in this way. I had to ask myself: ‘Why is this so?
    • not find a place for a fourth person. Indeed no such place can be found.
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    • about major and minor and which are found in books on music are actually
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    • quest for truth were easy, if those people who say they have found out
    • search for truth, and the preservation of a profound degree of modesty
    • how profoundly human reason goes to work to produce such concepts and
    • on the foundation laid today in a spiritual scientific approach to the
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    • There is much, very much in Faust that points to the profoundest
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    • fact that he has not found an answer. But it could turn out entirely
    • unreal within him; it just means that he hasn't found the answer.
    • on the sun at that time is now to be found externalized in the world
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    • many people's longing for spiritual-scientific truths is found to outweigh
    • woman was actually found collapsed in sleep outside the hall, so powerful
    • is to be found there. And you also gather from such examples that beings,
    • was founded in the eighteenth century based upon what Jacob Boehme
    • members, but only one — the founder of the society — survived.
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    • the laws that govern nature are to be found within the natural world
    • “Eureka! I've found it!”
    • And what had he found out? He lifted his feet out of the bath
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    • having had an incarnation during which we laid the foundation for certain
    • encounter much in life that will strike us as profound riddles that
    • But everything in the world has to be founded
    • to be found in the realm of the angel hierarchy, so that we really have
    • and lays ever more profound hold on our innermost souls. And we prepare
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    • I won't go on to report that the two wives found agreement no easier
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    • about former lives on earth, which are also found, otherwise,
    • Archimedes, the founder of mechanics, and Plato, the great
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    • existence where the spiritual world is to be found in their
    • inner desire. The recognition of such a pursuit is found with
    • say, I have found the point where it is connected in its own
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    • is founded in the human nature, and that one has not to be
    • founded in the human nature to speak about artistic truth in
    • scientific side or from religious confessions, are unfounded.
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    • birth it found that in this resistance what gives the
    • assumes that wisdom is to be found everywhere in the world from
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    • evil is to be found in the human life; but the origin of the
    • evil is also to be found in the outer world.
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    • quoted here: “Preaching morality is easy, founding
    • or that you feel as a moral attitude all that founds processes,
    • We have now found where the forces are
    • sensorily experiencing human being and whose origin is found in
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    • nevertheless, I have found in the end that I am only
    • what we have found as the positive, as the continuing in the
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    • founds an enterprise in which he wants to transform the monkeys
    • Homunculus founds a society not only of
    • science has to found anew. What spiritual science can be as a
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    • friends of spiritual science were found who donated the
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    • recognize and acknowledge what is good, wherever it is found.
    • somewhere else where considerably more erosion has been found,
    • tongue and for drawing is found to be equally present in
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    • founded pedagogical sense and teaching practice. To achieve
    • form is to be found in what becomes the speech organ in the
    • profound importance. It is essential that this process develops
    • large extent, the foundations are being laid for a person's
    • element in our surroundings, we also lay the foundations for
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    • dreamed up; but if, at a decisive moment in life, I have found
    • foundation for the art of education. Experimental child
    • one can observe clearly, it will be found that when walking,
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    • the best foundation for health. And you can be sure that, if
    • only think of the usual kinds of illustrations found in
    • morality later in life. Having first found pleasure or
    • have chosen anthroposophy to be the foundation simply because
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    • must be found before that person can be properly called a
    • examples of this can be found. And so, similarly, imponderables
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    • become the root of the love of God. It is the foundation for
    • that stage, love has a profoundly soul-like and tender quality.
    • it. This is the core of the matter. Humor has to be found in
    • foundation for an individual sense of morality. If now the
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    • found in conventional forms of education, with their
    • which was founded by the industrialist Emil Molt for the
    • discussions occurred before a passage was found through these
    • Another interesting example can be found in so-called
    • certain laws concerning heredity, which became the foundation
    • top classes may well be under the impression that what is found
    • boys also wanted to be involved, and somehow they found their
    • rather a recognition of essentially human qualities found in
    • That a new anthroposophical college is to be founded where we
    • young friends, an association has actually been founded with
    • and sound foundations. This needs to be mentioned within the
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    • The Foundations of Human Experience,
    • During the years after the Waldorf school founding, shorter
    • the same, we soon found that a class with a majority of girls
    • found. It is unnecessary to have the name of the Lord
    • found within different lecture courses can be uncomfortable
    • firm foundation, and inner satisfaction a source of warmth,
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    • speech, the essence of recitation is found equally in its
    • if only enough people can be found — and here I am not
    • no question that ways and means will be found for it to come
    • founded in order to open a Waldorf school in Basel. Rudolf
    • to clarify various practical points, and he found Privy
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    • It is found that if a family moves to
    • naturally we must found over the whole earth a civilization
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    • found in my “Occult Science” and in my book
    • foundation, then we gradually come to behold spiritual
    • body and their correlation found in the material, in the
    • eternity. Only to the degree with which courage is found to
    • way be found out of this chaos of the present. This way out can
    • only be found when human beings decide, once again, but now
    • Presently overall characteristic attributes can be found
    • isolated valuable scientific thoughts can be found.”
    • in every shop, found on every corner, who are revealed in this
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    • establish a foundation for his further handling of the core
    • we are placed are founded on the wrong relationship which has
    • question” and I have always found that people in their
    • currency, they were after all to be found necessary or at least
    • life, a valid decision for the economic life can be found.
    • have tried to found something as far as is possible in our time
    • solutions should not be found by some prescriptions let us say
    • human foundations, that one recognizes again in what way the
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • little of this experience is to be found. But yet some few who reflect
    • if the verification cannot be found. Just this one thing I will say,
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    • found in these two currents.
    • of reality on this foundation. You will remember that I said: The course
    • come to a standstill. It is a profound truth presented in one of the
    • takes place at the foundation of human nature. Because it is gruesome
    • of equilibrium between them must be found.
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    • traditional and abstract traditional ideas. Hence a humanity which founds
    • founded on the knowledge of polarity in the world. In natural science
    • in the spirit-ordering. For true reality cannot be found in the abstract
    • say that one should found a spiritual order, a spiritual world-conception
    • stream of evolution is founded in the wisdom of the spirit; it is a
    • place in existence. This provision is founded in the spirit; hence it
    • are everywhere to be found in organisms where tumours, ulcers, discharges,
    • foundations and because — so it has believed for decades —
    • or tells them how the deeper truths of spiritual science are to be found
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    • upon the foundations of the Divine Wisdom streaming through the
    • will be found in human life, how noble will be the feelings with which
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    • and develop the right relations with it, the various founders of
    • as Initiates and founders of religion out of the spiritual world
    • a founder of religion appeared to them — or when one of his
    • spiritual life which streamed through the soul of such a founder,
    • feelings which were put into their souls by the founders of religion,
    • cannot be found in the external physical world, but must be awakened in
    • described; on the authority of the religion-founders. But because these
    • Christ-Impulse, which is to be found in the human soul. Humanity has
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    • foundation of the etheric body was laid; and during the Old Moon that
    • most profoundly with the being and the development of the human soul.
    • Christians who lived before the founding of Christianity. Why does he
    • found what man had lost from the primal beginnings of the earth, in
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    • that are to be found in Paul's writings. This lies in the materialism
    • found in the Akashic Record. Examination of the Karma in a later
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    • be found in the New Testament is not without significance, even if we
    • found in the world, or in the certainty that he must himself pass
    • the separate incarnations. From a heart profoundly moved I say:
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • itself their tremendous riddle, their profound mystery. These are the
    • found their way to the thought of a Savior dying on Golgotha. In the
    • Crucified One hanging on the Cross they found the idea of redemption.
    • equality of all men. This is a profoundly Christian conception capable
    • related to our understanding of Christmas, which will be made more profound
    • me, directing me toward the truth”: then you will have found the
    • That profound German mystic, Angelus Silesius,
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 2: The Entrance of Christianity into the Course of Earth Evolution
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    • found again. And perhaps the most worthy celebration of the Christmas
    • the God Who had appeared in their midst. The profound magnitude, the
    • more deeply into cosmic reality, an earth impulse, the most profound
    • was to be found in Old Testament Judaism. Into this soul was laid the
    • Empire from Christianity. The essence of Christianity is not to be found
    • in societies founded on symbolism that is reminiscent of Solomon's
    • many, many souls look forward in this spirit to the profound experience
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    • There is a certain fact that I have always found necessary to emphasize
    • for instance, that Christian dogma must surely have its foundation in
    • theologians. Much is to be found in them from the ancient atavistic
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    • from the Mysteries of pre-Christian times. (You will have found this
    • be found by searching the outer world. Those ancient people were convinced
    • gained without man's whole nature being profoundly affected. (I
    • as Being, as also the Being of the World, was to be found by a person
    • being of the world. He could not first have found it outside; now he
    • not to be found in the outer world, by then taking back into the outer
    • world what they had found within, and then by uniting themselves with
    • taken the place of that content which individuals found within themselves
    • to the rules of initiation, he found something there that a contemporary
    • found in the soul-constitution of pre-Christian times, and even- more
    • say: When the human being turned inward in ancient times, he found his
    • still he found his ego. That does not contradict the statement that,
    • nevertheless found his ego. As active consciousness it was indeed first
    • be found in the time of atavistic clairvoyance, and even down into the
    • early Christian era, is not to be found today by looking into man's
    • which indeed could be found still earlier — let us say, in the
    • a human being had something in him that was found through initiation,
    • why the Christ Mystery is of such profound importance. You will find
    • to be sought in man cannot be found there today.
    • now to himself? He would no longer find what was found in the ancient
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    • resembles these phenomena. One of them is to be found today in the views
    • upon their original founding among the English-speaking peoples.) This
    • is one extreme phenomenon. The other is to be found in the so-called
    • been gained is precisely what provides the foundation for again finding
    • supersensible realms, and that starts from the good elementary foundation
    • found to the Spirits of Personality. Here, then, is a tremendous difference.
    • that its development was founded on something living. I have often called
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    • the Gospel narratives; these, to be sure, are found to contain much
    • of creation transform themselves. Strong similarities are to be found
    • enough. They could be felt much more profoundly; they could have a far
    • it is being experienced affects the profoundest depths of his being,
    • acquire a profound knowledge of the human being. Only then do we penetrate
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • approaches to the world than those that can only be found on the external
    • has so profoundly shattered mankind. When you look at them carefully,
    • or profoundest misery.
    • voice and make our plaint for the whole world to hear. In our profound
    • upon Whom they have built their life and customs and moral foundations,
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    • writings indications of where it may be found in the Bible; this goes
    • found: the important fact is that in the Bible reincarnation is not
    • Their fear is not unfounded.
    • are not founded on ordinary logic and that can only be explained by
    • one could found a college today that would undertake to spread revolutionary
    • allay their fears, offer political forecasts and found Leagues of Nations
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    • with profound gratitude to you and to anything you do that is devoted
    • in their most profound depths of being, but also the least of us carry
    • behind the way you act. They will conclude that there can be profound
    • developed into a well-founded rejection of an entire self-contained
    • most profound motivation is by no means actively evil, although what
    • I have already said, a profound mistrust in your treatment of individual
    • necessary to found a society of a more restricted sort.
    • founded the Anthroposophical Society, of which I do not want to be a
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    • all, the writer of this letter would have found it pleasant to have
    • found it necessary to write me a letter that begins as follows. I will
    • difficult to understand. She must have found some reason to believe
    • most profound aspect of our times.
    • members, and I hope ways and means can be found to deal with these obstacles
    • foundations of what we are doing together.
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    • we are different from other societies in that our Society is founded,
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    • an association founded on the basis of a program and statutes is like
    • association founded on statutes is always just a matter of “lovingly”
    • namely, that we have no intention of founding a sect or a religious
    • sect or with founding a new religion or anything like that. Our members
    • founding a religion. Not only that, but by omission they actually do
    • a lot to make it seem as if we were trying to found a religion. It is
    • idea that we are trying to found a church, a religion, or a sect, and
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    • about the world. Swedenborg was a profound thinker and an important
    • indeed of his well-founded scientific approach and striving for the
    • a member of an anthroposophical branch and found that people kept all
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    • might come up with all kinds of profound ideas about magical influences
    • question has found out, the patient had had a friend with whom she had
    • same way, Swedenborg found these Mars beings incomprehensible on the
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    • to see what could be found there ...
    • his entry on mysticism but also the one on love. I found the article
    • mystics dream of can only be found in the emotion of love in the real
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    • One would always have to found it on something exceeding this
    • outer experimental researches of those thinkers who founded it
    • the following way. Some of you have certainly found it
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    • qualities, which are found with any human being, and that one
    • idea. Soon afterwards, a little community was to be found which
    • spiritual-scientific foundations that something mental works on
    • perceive with the organs of the body. This has to be found
    • one may say, it is to be found
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    • Einsiedeln. There a Benedictine Abbey was founded in the early
    • way, uphill and downhill, we arrived there and found a quite
    • inn, a board is found: “Natal site of the doctor and
    • that Faust found a deep understanding of nature, also a kind of
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    • remind of the fact that also the foundation of Christianity is
    • Paul. One cannot deny the outer fact that the foundation of
    • knew how the man is to be found in the physical world, in the
    • happened until the foundation of Christianity. Thus, we come
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    • are also found in the animal realm, which were so transformed
    • found in the human soul today. The human spiritual life would
    • everything that can be found of fossilised apes and human
    • The Convergence of the Organisms. An Empirically Founded Theory
    • found in palaeontology for which there is no outer evidence,
    • but what can be constructed today only from that what is found
    • found earthly relations that were completely different from the
    • spiritual-mental found such earthly conditions in primeval
    • being found such conditions that without the processes of the
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    • humanity had got to know by everything that it had found out
    • the foundation of Christianity, which took place,
    • found acceptance. In my writings
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    • a profound insight of nature and human being Lessing's
    • founded this logic as science only few centuries before our
    • superficiality of the “profound” beholders of the
    • is not found by logical conclusions. It is hard to find
    • these matters by logic. However, after they have been found,
    • they are interwoven with logic. They are found of course also
    • myths and legends, we have found that it is important to
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    • death. Only that way Aristotle could become the founder of the
    • one had found in them. But the instrument of reason
    • regarded as well founded on the Christian faith. It appears in
    • later, Copernicus remained firmly founded on the belief in the
    • ones. No, these will be the thoughts that are found by the age
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    • methods that are found in the bookstores today, we work
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    • the serious research, even found an entire worldview, one may
    • say found a “religion,” on the Darwinian idea.
    • natural science found again in the second half of the
    • quite miraculous fact to me in certain respect when I found a
    • the human being to found a kind of materialist-monistic
    • founds his whole view of law, of morality and punishment upon
    • found as heirloom of those times, when the human being was
    • outer sensory facts and of that science which founds itself on
    • in the right way, but which could be found only with
    • causes are to be found of the sensory facts. We have realised
    • also live disembodied where then everything that he founded in
    • arrived at that stage where it found looking back the sensory
    • facts only as starting point of its origin; it found its
    • impossibly at that which is so seemingly firmly founded in the
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    • to your views the foundation for a solution of the social problem lies
    • For the only political, social movement having a scientific foundation,
    • contradiction which has found its place in modern life! During the past
    • thing exists. I have found this saying quoted by one or other, whenever
    • more powerful than the one to be found among the so-called
    • political economy upon the foundation of one single nation, resemble
    • depends upon the soil and ground, upon other foundations of Nature This
    • foundation of Nature must exist. It cannot be saddled on to the state.
    • The goods must be supplied to the social organism by the foundation of
    • of giving a spiritual-scientific foundation to all the thoughts which are
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    • Programme, this thought which lay at the foundation of the socialistic
    • structures, for they existed upon the foundation of old traditions,
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    • can be found to be in accordance with the law of cause and effect. But
    • if we base a sequence of events upon this one-sided, abstract foundation,
    • earned enabled him to live, provided the foundation for his existence.
    • articles which they manufactured, provided the foundation of their existence.
    • that which really lies at the foundation of the social question, if
    • is not that of providing for his own existence, of forming a life foundation
    • must be abandoned. For a connection can be found with deeper human interests,
    • if not enough people could be found whose hearts and minds are inclined
    • as it were the foundation of the political organism.
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    • that the capitalistic foundation, of which I have spoken to you yesterday,
    • cannot exercise any ethical influence, but works upon the foundation
    • of the causality which can be found in Nature, and it aims to bring
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    • There this thought is found if it cannot experience that
    • may prospect. One has absolutely to accept it and cannot found
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