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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • This lecture, Vom inneren Leben, was given in Berlin, December 15,
    • given at all in public, they will form the topic of a later
    • Only a few mere hints can be given here since the training that the
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • anthroposophical development never gives anything but advice. Indeed,
    • rules or directions are being given here but rather the descriptions
    • clairvoyance. He who gives the corresponding rules for inner
    • make the attempt to give up certain formerly held inclinations. Then,
    • given up because he did not succeed in a week, a month, a year or a
    • chemist can give descriptions of processes taking place in a
    • to which you can surrender yourself so that you can sense how a given
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • inner sounding. Man must give himself up to thoughts, concepts and
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • picture in a few minutes. Thankfulness for what it has given his soul
    • in occult schools. Such instruction is still being given out in occult
    • evolution have given permission for the publication of these rules.
    • Only mere hints could be given here that point the direction to the
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • was given in Hamburg on November 17, 1906. In the collected edition
    • and gives long speeches, who is truly a non-entity when one thinks of
    • Science will proclaim that which gives certainty, strength, courage
    • volumes of The Secret doctrine give information on almost all
    • must briefly look once more into the being of Man. We will give a
    • human being. I can only give you a few rough sketches today. They are
    • which is given by Nature, by divine powers; and the other is that
    • epoch gives way to another, and that this one-sided masculine culture
    • give you a solution to the Woman's question, but it will give you a
    • should not surprise us that, in an age that has given birth to a
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • was given by Rudolf Steiner in Munich, January 8, 1909, and was
    • should give up meat for a diet of vegetables.
    • is given them. This approach, however, remains an extremely
    • problem of nutrition. Only then can answers be given to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner to an audience
    • written works and reports of lectures which were given as oral
    • has insulted him. Without thinking, he is roused to anger and gives
    • ideation, and immediate expression is given to an impulse of will.
    • with, therefore, this stimulus shall be given for further
    • something good or bad. In so far as our soul feels constrained to give
    • to give ourselves up to the enjoyment art, of poetry, or of some other
    • can give themselves up in this way form a connection with something
    • that can enliven and invigorate the whole of existence. To give
    • Astral Plane when by day we give ourselves up to a thought —
    • answers given by Dr. Steiner to questions.
    • which, as in so much else, Oriental Occultism and Mysticism alone give
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
    • of which no adequate idea can be given at the present time, will
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • This lecture, Nervosität und Ichheit, was given in Munich,
    • When called upon to make a decision in a given situation, they are at a
    • movements are not so extreme and they may only give a kind of jerk
    • though anthroposophy can give such pedagogical advice, it will
    • unsatisfied. Fulfillment of them would give you pleasure, but you can
    • These may seem like small details I have given here, but it must also be
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • This lecture. Von Jesus zu Christus, was given by Rudolf
    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • completely into his inner self, and his inner life was given a
    • The Christ impulse thus appears to us as the spiritual essence given
    • give but a few indications, which in themselves cannot produce any
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • This lecture was given in Berlin on December 23, 1913. It was
    • feelings, which could also give rise to something as simple as this play.
    • enjoyed it so keenly. We, too, can appreciate the bounty that was given to
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • understanding. Nevertheless all that we can give him in the way of
    • a certain sense he might also have been able to give out what he had
    • The child, too, thinks in pictures. It was only gradually given to
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • This lecture, given in Basel, June 1, 1914, is included in
    • seeking, all our impressions would give us sucking or stabbing pains. We
    • different degrees of derangement in egos given over to elemental beings.
    • Upon the other side, however, he gives us something else. In the same
    • cannot say that we can give this strength to ourselves consciously. It
    • able to give at that time. She accepted what it was possible to give out
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • The lecture presented here was given at Norrköping on July 13,
    • I'd like to ask your forgiveness, first of all, for being unable to
    • mental image; it rather gives us the opportunity to pull our soul
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • give us strength for our work. And because the concerns of spiritual
    • person says to us, “I've just been given money by someone who owed me
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This lecture, given in Linz on May 18, 1915, was translated from the
    • achieved through the instructions given in my book
    • Titles of books and articles are given in their German form; they are
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • This lecture was given in Düsseldorf at the opening of
    • This lecture was given in Düsseldorf at the opening of
    • consciousness or spiritual soul. But what will give to external
    • lectures given in past years, we know that Eastern Europe is inhabited
    • find in Soloviev's writings, I have given you a concrete instance of
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • substance of the earth. From descriptions which have already been given in
    • This will give rise to
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of continuation of another lecture, given also at Liestal on the 11th
    • the system to which I have given the name “Anthroposophy” or
    • “Spiritual Science.” I also tried to give a short description,
    • recent centuries, and more especially our modern era, have given a
    • science could give a comprehensive explanation of the meaning of the
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • presenting this experiment to an audience should give them to understand
    • authority notwithstanding. I will give you an example, the same one which is
    • these answers which Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy desires to give.
    • lecture which I was privileged to give here. That lecture has been printed in
    • I wish to state emphatically that Spiritual Science gives voice to none of
    • (Fechner, for instance), but does give imaginative descriptions of real
    • give only a mere sketch of some small part of what Spiritual Science or
    • and face as well. When we are seven years old, we give birth, as it were, to
    • give his name. It was a thoughtful article, written in a genuinely scientific
    • That was a proper lesson given to all those who, like Hartmann's scientific
    • Symphony of Beethoven. When this art-work was given for the first time the
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Art. Much can be learned from the evolution of Art; I have often given
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
    • then in the realm of will they will have — forgive the hard saying
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • a revised translation by Christopher Schaefer of a lecture given by
    • Now we need not give a full description of these cultural stages, but
    • bank note only gives you the power to call into your service so much
    • which Spiritual Science gives. The spirit must make a fresh effort
    • lectures which were given long before the war, but which provide
    • Consciousness Soul give the English-speaking peoples a special genius
    • spirits that work upon human egotism. One sees all that gives rise to
    • blindfold their eyes to occult facts; to give no heed to them, to work
    • more importantly it can give us a direction in conscious waking life
    • give rise to a nebulous longing and a desire for soul-warming,
    • give me the power to aid the free development of the human being, to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • from the practical point of view, serious study must be given to this
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • is not Goethe! In reality it gives only a shadow-picture of Goethe, as
    • He himself was not capable of this, for culture in his day could give
    • Two ways are open here. Either a man can give himself up to natural
    • himself on his knowledge, but asks: ‘What does this really give to the
    • I have now given you one or two indications of what is astir in
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • This lecture was given in Dornach, Switzerland on October 4, 1919. In the
    • study of education. The important thing, today, is not to give would-be
    • dogmas, but to give them the sort of thing that makes them become
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • super-sensible knowledge also gives us the kind of knowledge of man that
    • only given as examples to show you that people are perfectly in
    • thought life will be able to give economics and the life of the state what
    • economics and the state cannot give to the life of thought.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the warmth that is within us, and governs and gives it configuration,
    • warmth-organism, his Ego gives rise to what comes to expression when
    • the white sphere. The black area also gives a positive impression. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • I tried yesterday to give certain indications about the constitution
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • gives us the consciousness of our essential manhood is connected with
    • are given over to the concatenations of things and events in the
    • contained, give others an opportunity of noticing — they
    • thinking that is permeated with will gives rise to actions and deeds
    • Goethe has given indications of these ancient traditions in the
    • habits of thought prevailing in modern humanity can be induced to give
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on December 24, 1920,
    • IN THE FESTIVAL of Christmas something is given to Christendom that
    • gives us; but we can lose, and we have lost, what is portrayed for our
    • He wants to give permanence to what existed in earlier periods. All that
    • and that these things must be given a new content. Old habits must be left
    • lifted up to the highest concerns of humanity when we give and receive
    • inner decision to give such a festival a content which allows the highest,
    • before the Christmas tree and open the presents which are given out of habit,
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • our geometry and mathematics. Euclid was the first to give geometry to
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • religion. It gives full recognition to the progress of natural science
    • It embraces a very wide realm, and all I can do here is to give a few
    • indications towards its solution. I shall try to give these in such a
    • Gladly she gives and she gives us all!
    • give much thought to the matter, but is it not so that the impulse of
    • The moment man gives himself up to this imaginative consciousness,
    • him. We come to know more of man than stands before us as “given”
    • Spiritual Science. It has to give what the other sciences cannot give.
    • Science is ready to give to the whole of human life, and in particular
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • give rise to persecution mania in all its forms. When feelings of
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • the external world lie forces and powers which give guidance from the
    • possible way have given men an inkling of the ancient Sun-Mystery was
    • Physically it appears as though the sun gives the planets light, but
    • give us the right feeling for the impulses which spiritual science
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • when they have inner experiences and wish to give expression to them.
    • is given to him through physical inheritance by parents and ancestors.
    • It is an actual fact that this name which Man gives himself is really
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
    • looked upon differently from how it is done today. I will give you a
    • These mysteries in the world of numbers give the merest intimation
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • outer world is there inscribed. When we chop wood, or if we give
    • when we do not do something ourselves but give instructions to a
    • — this mutual permeation — the opportunity is given throughout
    • himself out of it again, because his deeds have given him the force to
    • way, our etheric heart is given over to disintegration, and we now
    • from the cosmos and retains the tendency, after our death, to give
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • the nervous system. The feeling he has of his physical body gives him
    • body. A highly developed sense of beauty gives us a right relation to
    • awakened in the soul. Beauty gives us joy once more, even in the
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • This is the 1st of 9 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach, 2 February 1923
    • What would happen nowadays if a man were to give himself up entirely to
    • through spring, summer, autumn and winter. It does not give its development
    • and capacity to think, has given himself over to a more chaotic life. With
    • in the full sense of the word if I give myself over to chance. Chance has
    • deposited me into earthly life through birth. But to give myself up to
    • ‘Know Thyself’, and must be given its full weight.
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • upward, which are not given sufficient heaviness through integration
    • organization must be supported. This means that it has to be given a
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • This is a lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Pennmenmawr, August 28, 1923.
    • symptoms of illness which give us the symptomatology of typhus.
    • If one therefore wants to give assistance in a simple way to the digestive,
    • then certainly in the course of life. When I give pedagogical lectures I
    • principles are actually given in what I have presented to you.
    • demanded by contemporary civilization. Anthroposophy has only given
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • Lecture given in London, 2nd September, 1923 on the day of the
    • The volume contains the texts of eight lectures given by Rudolf
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner to an audience
    • written works and reports of lectures which were given as oral
    • Penmaenmawr, it gives me heartfelt pleasure to be able now to give
    • in the physical body which is given to him upon Earth, and through
    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
    • Six lectures given in England during 1922.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on September 28, 1924.
    • give him the Initiation he was to receive for the evolution of mankind. For
    • What he gives us is a biography of the Raphael Thought as it has lived here on
    • understanding. But he does not find the possibility to give a picture of the
    • that through Raphael was given to human eyes to see, — of this could human
    • When we read the “Fragments” of Novalis, and give ourselves up to
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • that gives a more exterior knowledge of things, and an esoteric
    • Christ with his disciples, can indeed give us an inkling and a
    • of the esoteric teachings given by the Christ to his initiated
    • the bodily being, Ahriman will have to give up his hopes for the
    • originally as a divine-spiritual revelation given to men in a distant
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Notes of a Lecture given
    • lecture on Shakespeare given by Dr. Steiner in 1902 at the Workmen's
    • written on each one of his works. Men of learning have given many
    • this connection Rudolf Steiner's lectures given at Stratford on Avon.)
    • (a modern writer generally gives a detailed description of the stage
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Notes of a Lecture given
    • who heard that notes existed of a lecture on Shakespeare given by
    • written about each of his works. Academics have given many
    • the playwright usually gives a detailed description of the
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • A Lecture given
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • That gives at the same time the possibility of material manifestation,
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Amsterdam on June 21, 1904. In
    • border-line where Arupa gives birth to Rupa. In
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Nüremberg on
    • You will realise from many of the Lecture Courses that have been given
    • moment of waking the dead speak with us, give us the answers. But we
    • knew what life actually is, this knowledge would give rise
    • should like to give it to you as a theme for meditation to be thought
    • but this also gives them the power so to work into the physical world
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on August 2, 1922.
    • process occurs in the chest, and it is this process that gives us our
    • is given a language rich in vowels and another one a language rich in
    • in order to understand anything. The earth alone does not give us an
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on August 15, 1916.
    • given at Dornach,
    • man has been given in his lower organs and his lower activities a
    • development of the earth; he has to give it a wide general
    • Man (1795). It was a time given more to abstractions. Today we
    • become more alive. That is the real procedure, though given a more
    • one day give man the impetus to develop beyond earth-existence. But
    • was thought out in advance and agreed upon. Someone was to give a
    • how little weight can be attached to depositions given before a court
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on January 24, 1919.
    • given at Dornach on 24 January, 1919 *
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • correct (though I was not one of them), but today it can give us a
    • give it expression, having raised it to its highest level. Schiller
    • he gives it, matter is enabled to have an effect, not just as matter,
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • men. Nor can you have a State unless you give it a certain natural
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on December 6, 1919.
    • Two golden spurs I'll give to thee!
    • A mountain of gold I'll give to thee!”
    • lectured on education, I have always given emphasis to an important
    • the typical instance I have often given. If we teach a child to pray
    • before us. A description is given of the ancient Assyrian and
    • into human consciousness. All striving for knowledge must give rise to
    • Some Swede or Norwegian has recently written a book in which he gives
    • Such things as these give opportunity to study even externally the
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on May 5, 1921.
    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on 5th May 1921.
    • Now the intellect alone can give us no real knowledge of what has
    • rests there in the body of the mother and is given form by the Sun
    • say: the Sun forces give form to the human being from outside. The
    • make ourselves free? Nothing is worse than to give oneself over to the
    • run riot within us and give rise to the so-called nervous troubles
    • indications are given which, if they are followed, can make us
    • were given shape and form at a time when the Earth's forces were not
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on December 9, 1922.
    • A lecture given by
    • but give ourselves up to an illusion. For the truth is that the inner
    • the names, that is to say, which external science gives them —
    • your legs you walk about on Earth. And — if you will forgive my
    • give out our own inner being. He who says Ah, knows that in the
    • to be transformed back again. At death you give your physical
    • description. True, the description has been given imperfectly today;
    • it could be given more perfectly. Then it would appear still more
    • that the world of spiritual concepts is already given to you as a
    • at the same time living inner experience.) Then you cannot give
    • remember it, give lectures on it. If we did not make such efforts we
    • what is given out of the spiritual world — it is not the
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on June 21, 1922.
    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on June 21, 1922.
    • This text consists of excerpts from a lecture given
    • gives them pain ... And the least favorable time of life to be
    • again the teacher has failed to give us the right answer. He
    • transformation of the courses one gives that the pedagogy must concern
    • of self-observation and not give in to any illusions; for it is fatal
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • not necessarily be of great account. If someone gives a coin to a poor man,
    • may be extremely egoistical when, for instance, it gives rise to a
    • poor man living among us has no meat at Christmas and we feel bound to give
    • will give back to you. The measure of what you yourself place into the
    • world is the measure of the consciousness that the world will give back to
    • now how this is connected with the first example given. You build a church
    • in respect of the basic colour. This basic colour gives rise to a certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Dornach on March 24, 1922.
    • given in Dornach, 24 March 1922
    • have given rise to the anxiety, fear and terror, then something
    • descriptions as those given in
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • A lecture, hitherto untranslated given at Stuttgart on May 2, 1923.
    • A Lecture given at Stuttgart on May 2, 1923
    • which he has given to all I have described through his moral or
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • A lecture given in Berlin, 25th January, 1912. Authorised
    • A lecture given in Berlin, 25th January, 1912.
    • investigation; whereas the answers given by Spiritual Science to the
    • the leaders of the Sanctuaries could be accomplished, were given in
    • the spiritual world? Instructions were given with regard to a certain
    • gives him an image of the world, but which is a powerful means of
    • and external natural happenings. In philosophy, man has here given
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • A lecture given in Nuremberg, December 2nd, 1907. Translated from a
    • A lecture given in Nuremberg, December 2nd, 1907. Translated from a
    • surrounding spiritual world that lies near us, we give the name of the
    • give birth to his musical dramas. To him, there were two supreme
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • can only give a few examples here, for to enter into every detail
    • continent to which we give the name of Atlantis. Atlantis was the home
    • and breathe in a sphere of wisdom. This gives rise to brotherhood,
    • If they cannot answer within a given time, the woman slays them. This
    • example given indicates that legends do indeed originate from dreams.
    • wisdom-filled Ego builds the Ring which gives rise to the struggle for
    • the Holy Grail the following teaching was given: — (I will give
    • binds all beings.” When this urge to give freedom to the Ego, to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, July 16th, 1922. From a shorthand report
    • A lecture given at Dornach, July 16th, 1922. From a shorthand report
    • In those times the human being was given his place in a spiritual
    • will there find peoples who give names to their Gods. Turn to the
    • given by Ammonius Saccas and Iamblichus must not be allowed to pass on
    • must ultimately be given, and — what is more — received.
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • lecturer.) All rights reserved. Lecture given in Berlin. GA# 193.
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • Feelings of this kind can give rise to the connection which we need
    • anything else, for the THOUGHT-material which gives rise to their
    • stand within the economic life, gives us the most important
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • lecturer.) All rights reserved. Lecture given in Munich. GA# 174a.
    • first only be given in a more general outline. We say that the
    • everything which has thus been given in a schematic form. We already
    • mother’s body. This, above all, gives rise to the form of the
    • telling him that the deeds of gods are needed in order to give rise
    • human forces which are also needed in practical life, can give rise
    • problem of what we should do, in order to give others something to
    • psychological art (this is the name given to it by many modern
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the evolution of the Art of Building and its changing styles. He gives
    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • Lecture given in Berlin
    • changing styles. He gives us pictures of happenings in the spiritual
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • have little information to give on the subject. But if, assuming that
    • just this way? Can any explanation be given of those remarkable
    • image will give you an inkling of the inspiration from which the
    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • own and the epochs to come could give birth to this form of Art. It
    • give expression to a selfless striving to receive the inpouring
    • come after us. But we shall succeed if, for the first time, we give
    • Masters, but I will give you a skeleton outline of it.
    • hanged. The Emperor gives his assent, for the story has convinced and
    • give it. And after all, it is not difficult. The Emperor's
    • first wife has given him a son who is destined to receive teaching
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • translator is unknown! It was given in Berlin, at sometime during
    • characteristic is that instruction was given in telling the truth
    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • Leaders could use in order to give a further impulse. For this,
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • the Primal Semites — given to the First Subrace of the Aryan Root
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
    • therefore continually to be given from what is known as Montsalvat,
    • who is given the name of “Lohengrin.” The conditions under
    • given in Berlin in 1904.
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • is not given. More and more freedom is allowed to the Initiates of the
    • Fifth Root Race in matters of detail. Guidance is given along general
    • them. Impulses are given to them but yet in such a way that it is out
    • and 45. Herodotus gives four traditions about him.
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    • the greatest fact that ever took place on Earth, answer was given to
    • into your hearts and souls, I give you power to go forward through
    • behind, and this is given over to the Earth — to the elements.
    • the Giver of the Holy Spirit.
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    • Lecture given by
    • Read the descriptions I have given in my books of the nature of
    • gives rise to the language of feeling.
    • universal spirit. It will surprise you that I give him these two
    • me give you an instance.
    • a festival which gives a tremendous urge to human life, much as in
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, 15th July, 1923.
    • A lecture given at Dornach, 15th July, 1923.
    • A lecture given at Dornach, 15th
    • was the name given to a world which transcends, although it has its
    • but an impulse to give an earthly, physical garb to purely spiritual
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    • A lecture given in Zurich,
    • give the directions, as it were, for the way we are born with such
    • of our connection with this physical world. All that gives us this
    • physical world. To begin with, I will give one example to confirm
    • for a few days. Then what we call the etheric body is given over to
    • man, and must give him the opportunity to follow and obey them. Once
    • Forgive my inserting at this point a personal remark — you know
    • work out of their spirit. Indeed this is what gives one, as it were,
    • have died into Christ’. This union with Christ gives us the
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    • In the course of the public lectures lately given in Switzerland I
    • give what lives in the soul a direct link with reality.
    • describes them with Roman names. He thus gives Roman names to the
    • and could give them the Roman names. We find in the ‘Germania’
    • of the Osiris-nature of such Gods as primarily give judgment after
    • given to their Gods by the Greeks. And those Beings who had remained
    • even up to the time of Saint Martin. Jacob Boehme still gives: Sal
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    • such things for this retrospection gives us orientation. Mankind
    • evolution has been given by the followers of Osiris as that in
    • ancient conditions of human consciousness helps to give orientation
    • when there is documentary evidence held by a Corporation which gives
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    • was able to give each piece the appearance of Osiris again. She then
    • it could reproduce itself again, fourteen-fold. And Typhon could give
    • features, my dear friends, that can be given of the new Osiris-Isis
    • that Eulenspiegel is given some sort of commission, and that he takes
    • spoken) — ‘the Letter kills, but the Spirit gives life’.
    • proverb ‘the letter kills but the spirit gives life’ is
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    • we wish to give the right colouring, the right nuance of feeling to
    • so in this second post-Atlantean epoch help was given from the
    • sense it is really of very little value. Forgive the remark —
    • gives man aggressive forces, particularly offered support to all that
    • dear friends, stands favourably for this epoch, but this must give no
    • also this practical significance, that it gives us the impulse of
    • could one go on. Have I not again and again given examples of how one
    • given me a magazine in which they support Goethe's ‘Farbenlehre’.
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    • themselves from the spirit what is no longer given by nature. I
    • is again something of which external history gives no tidings, for
    • should be studied if the right direction were to be given to the
    • gives rise to the sort of conditions that now exist.
    • not stupid and not unpractical, but can give an impulse to the time.
    • that people pay no attention to the matter and give it no value. In
    • to give something that can be something to all men, just as religion
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    • given in our head an apparatus, as it were, which is like an extract
    • though it sounds grotesque — to give children an adequate
    • still flow down the Rhine, if what we can give to youth today —
    • can give us, man can gain no conception of how he stands in relation
    • young, I view in later years through what my heart gives me, that
    • If he relates it to me, he gives me something which must be a sacred
    • prevent the fact that we have really nothing to give to youth. Our
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    • that the head is not merely given us quite passively but that we make
    • birth of the spiritual, the physical being given over to the
    • earth, just as the spiritual is given over to the universe through
    • our birth. We give our spiritual element to the universe by reason of
    • our being born, and by reason of our dying we give over to the
    • himself’ from the cosmos and how he gives back to the cosmos
    • what he has won for himself upon earth. This education must be given
    • breathed out, given back again by the earth we bear in us what
    • instinctively take it into account. I have recently given an example
    • give history to a boy in the second Class, he crams it, but what he
    • Therefore it is a good thing to give the same again in the fifth
    • themselves. Thus I have had a newspaper given me in which these two
    • spiritual science, knows that he would be ashamed to give a lecture
    • work out. I have been given an article that is really extraordinarily
    • would not be promoted.’ And now the gentleman in question gives
    • is unwilling to consider this; for modern man believes (forgive me if
    • to give up this judgment at once, for it is nonsense. But the
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    • will from the earth. Between the two lies feeling, which is given to
    • philosophizing on the true facts of life usually gives rise to
    • through heredity. Thus what is given to him through heredity, through
    • sound human reasoning which considers that what is given out to the
    • of human life, the opposition to our views. And in order to give the
    • in spite of all this, give us a picture of the world needed by
    • and will be demanded more and more. Anthroposophy is ready to give
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    • A Lecture given byDr. RUDOLF STEINERBerne, 6th April, 1923
    • elaboration of the public lecture given yesterday.
    • consciousness. To external observation the child may give the
    • folk-languages. This is connected with what has now been given. The
    • the spiritual world what has been given us by the Archangeloi during
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, 19th August, 1921. From a shorthand
    • A lecture given at Dornach, 19th August, 1921. From a shorthand
    • A lecture given at Dornach,
    • although we seldom give any thought to the matter — that a
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
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    • sincerely grateful for the opportunity given me by the students here
    • lecture was given in answer to an invitation from an association of
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • been given to us — they enter the consciousness as something
    • is given up to these sense-impressions. But if, having turned our
    • being of man, anthroposophical Spiritual Science gives the name of
    • The exercises gradually give us the power to eliminate the whole of
    • world of Spirit, specific description is given of a world of
    • being has, as it were, to be given over to this reality of the
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • To look upwards into the higher worlds gives us security and
    • It has only been possible to give a very bare outline of this
    • This is Eurhythmy, a performance of which is to be given here next
    • into the material domain of man’s being; it gives expression to
    • give expression to the super-sensible in the domain of his social
    • a lecture given by invitation in the Theolog.
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    • connecting a meaning with what had once been given to man in a
    • gives us, as such, a feeling of well-being, in comparison with what
    • the most significant materialistic thinkers, has given a real
    • gives us something which seeks to explain, the world and man only
    • can only be given through what the senses are able to observe and the
    • of humanity, and this has given rise to the conception that the
    • regard to the super-sensible world must be given through the
    • has given rise to a method which has enabled us to align phenomena
    • the Darwin Theory has given rise to a definite way of handling
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    • able to give something. Philosophy really had nothing more to
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
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    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • existence between birth and death. Heaven's cosmic forces give us
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • if we recognise it in accordance with the explanations given to
    • what spiritual science is able to give us.
    • is quite indifferent what name we give to this central figure,
    • above explanations can really give you, as it were, an idea of the
    • the guardian divinities, of the earth and of humanity to give man
    • destiny, is able to give us:
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, January 13th, 1923. Published by kind
    • A lecture given at Dornach, January 13th, 1923. Published by kind
    • A lecture given at Dornach,
    • Giordano Bruno gives us a blurred picture of man as he lives on earth
    • cosmic background on the other. But Giordano Bruno fails to give an
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • then give it form again. When we eat substances drawn from plants,
    • on earth. And man again gives form to these cosmic thoughts in his
    • embodied in the crystal-formations of the earth, to which man gives
    • give of the universe, it would have been something like the
    • and deliberately, he dissolves the salts and gives them new form in
    • which gives birth to knowledge. In the interval which has elapsed
    • Dornach we have given many performances of the play of the Three
    • is also given in the old German song of the “Heliand.”
    • to give place to a spiritual perception of external nature, whereby
    • give birth to a definite and precise understanding of man in the
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    • Lecture by Rudolf Steiner given at The Hague, 27th of February, 1921.
    • A lecture by Rudolf Steiner given at The Hague, 27th of February, 1921.
    • the activity of the soul-spiritual gives rise to cartilaginous
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    • fulfil his mission on earth. ... It represents a force given to man
    • A Lecture (hitherto untranslated) given by Rudolf
    • lecture given at Dornach, 15th November, 1919: “An impression
    • School some at least of the children of men will be given a real
    • be given a mantle suitable for the atmosphere of coffee-parties or
    • orientation given us here on earth by the culture that is smothered
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    • Now I should like, in the series of lectures now being given, to
    • position to give in respect of what a future theology needs; and I
    • What I have been able to give to these people out of the conditions
    • pertaining to spiritual knowledge at the present time, I have given
    • as a man to other men. What I have given them has nothing to do
    • with the Anthroposophical Movement. I have given it to them as a
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • work, it is a human duty, if one can give the advice, to do so.
    • to the present stage of human evolution, was given in all love and
    • Anthroposophical Movement as something that gives it a sure ground
    • of an adviser, that he gives what he can give in the way of spiritual
    • Movement for Religious Renewal has been given counsel from out of the
    • had to be given for a Cult, a Cult whose growth in our present time
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    • often been given in our spiritual-scientific lectures on the life
    • that were given so far in our spiritual science enable you to grasp
    • what the earth itself has given to the physical body. And where is
    • most spiritual form, this spiritually conceived idea would give you
    • spiritually, that it shines forth spiritually and gives warmth
    • give the Gods the opportunity to spin out of our life this woof
    • on earth we get tired and wear out our strength, gives us something
    • growing weary, and during this process (even though it only gives us,
    • up, in the form of an image, our inner being; we give it the shape
    • they should, instead, give us a soul-impression of the loftiness and
    • grand-parents only give us that part of our being which pertains to
    • his life, then that part which is given to him in the form of an
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    • experience of the time's true significance is what gives us our first
    • a training that can be given anybody. A person with no further
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    • Lecture 3 of three lectures given at Dornach 31 December
    • she otherwise could: the inner movements of her ether body which would give
    • give expression to them at this turning point of the year; for the Festival
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    • which gives it the continued possibility of remembering what it
    • future being gives the feeling of bliss which he has throughout
    • circumstances, it will give man the greatest ethical-moral impulses,
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    • to these lectures I give in the groups it is becoming less and less
    • should not be taken as separate ones, as is often the case with those given
    • thinking. However, if we follow this or that slogan, or give special
    • forgiveness, too, perhaps, as Paracelsus did to his local
    • hope of forgiveness. For Paracelsus himself said he was not a man of
    • refinement, therefore he would be forgiven if what he said was not
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    • given up to his surroundings, and the surroundings entered into him
    • you have a bean plant. If you give it a prop it winds up it and is no
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
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    • would like to ask you to give these courses all your support. It is
    • This can give you a picture of how significant for man's life the
    • The human ego was given this stimulus to turn by the spirits to whom
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    • etheric bodies, but in the parts that have been given into man's
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    • as an individual, we find something else that gives them a more
    • before that for man to give rise to the process of illness in himself.
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    • given a whole series of talks on spiritual science with the specific
    • lectures given in various places, including Berlin, and particularly
    • which gives man his superiority over the animal, that in the case of
    • still has this mobility because man can give himself his own form
    • give him his normal expression. When the astral body relaxes its
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • course of ages. All this gives you an idea of how external conditions
    • given it was in the area of the North Pole least possible for man to
    • completely passive Negro soul entirely given up to the outer world of
    • given to losing themselves in the outer world; their inner character
    • Asia were given instruction of the kind to satisfy them in their
    • speak; on the contrary they have given us quite specific impulses for
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    • action and deed. Today, however, we want to give a few concluding
    • plant, after reaching its puberty, cannot give birth to an astral
    • standing together gives him. It is something quite different, and it
    • experiences of the soul not experienced through given circumstances
    • experiences produced by given circumstances and those produced by the
    • analogy. Imagine you are sitting in a carriage that has been given or
    • into being and stripping off what he inherited, what he was given on
    • he was given, but what he has created out of nothingness. Here you
    • understand how the gods have first of all given us our three bodies
    • given me, and out of them I have created for myself a new being.
    • you give me something, too, that I can use for my development? And
    • a vehicle. This vehicle was given him during the Saturn evolution,
    • these relationships, but the possibility had to be given for him by
    • 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
    • And the Christ Event has given man the greatest thing possible, the
    • example given that we cannot speak of anything actually coming to an
    • must allow something to sink into nothingness, for we have been given
    • and constantly add something new to what has been given me as a
    • anthroposophical conception of the world gives man strength, hope and
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    • were given with the following general title: On
    • is not enough to form a simple concept or give an ordinary definition
    • has been the keynote of the lectures I have given here. It must be
    • to emphasise in the lectures given over the years, it is that you
    • the content of which was first given in the form of lectures, before the
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. All the lectures given since the book
    • men in a way differing from what was previously usual. I will give
    • I have had to give this introduction in order that we
    • when we know that this figure gives expression to the ‘life-body’,
    • important light that Spiritual Science can give will be the light it
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    • of lectures has been given. It must be taken for granted that a great
    • given yourself a hard bump! In the case of a child these collisions
    • a fruitful existence in the Sun sphere was given by the Mystery of
    • give to one who penetrates more and more deeply into its essential
    • primal source of a universal world-religion, were given to the
    • Mystery Centre. People were always given a leader from their own
    • humanity. True indeed it is that what Anthroposophy has to give is
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    • given to one who has passed through the gate of death. What streams
    • the new birth; but such help can only be given to the dead from the
    • usually gives rise to a significant experience. Do not say that what
    • people are for the most part disinclined to give rein to feelings of
    • sending messages, given the conditions of our present existence, and
    • our physical body or etheric body will give us a sense of security.
    • brother promised to give the girl the most fragrant scent in the
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    • up-building and vitalising of his own being; for they give rise to
    • exposed to the Luciferic forces. The account that has been given —
    • bodies, sinks more deeply into those bodies, and that what gives us
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    • This was a special lecture given "as a kind of Christmas gift"
    • propagation of the impulse given by Christ's appearance on the Earth
    • given in Basle, 15th–26th September, 1909.]
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha had been given to evolution. Let us
    • to one of cosmic activity. The impulse given by Christian Rosenkreutz
    • is to give to men the greatest of all impulses with which the human
    • how he worked after the Christ Impulse had been given. Think about
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    • and rebirth, and a short time ago an account was given of the
    • that occultism has to give — how comes it that hitherto, indeed
    • Spirits whom he has to overcome in the course of his life, who give
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    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • contribution made by the forces that give the human being his form is
    • were given an elastic garment
    • of time he is given one that is not elastic; he is obliged to put it
    • always to give out openly what he, as an Initiate, knew; for in the
    • secondly, it was not possible in his day to give out everything he
    • through the gate of death and that could give him clairvoyant
    • given by Dr. Steiner in
    • these are individuals who give evidence of that fundamental change in
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    • given on 14th August, 1872, you will find a peculiar expression for
    • we want to give again to the souls of men something that fertilises
    • vitality, inner forcefulness. What Spiritual Science gives to man is
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    • to receive what they can give us and what we shall need in the
    • receive everything that the super-sensible world can give us, even if
    • or there an anthroposophical lecture will be given; they go to the
    • continuation of the life here, as the examples already given have
    • given beyond death for something left undone on
    • These things may well give a true conception of the
    • information given during this Winter about the life between death and
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    • certain points of view and the lectures given during the Winter
    • question: How is the information given, for example, in the book
    • related to what has been said in the course of the lectures given
    • given of how the soul, having passed through the gate of death, lays
    • the description was given in
    • soul. In the lectures given here during the Winter the descriptions
    • say: When the soul passes through the gate of death, everything given
    • become compared with their former vividness; that will give you some
    • description given in the book
    • description of the lowest region of Spiritland as given in the book
    • soul. The description given was such that if you have understood it,
    • starry firmament itself. From the descriptions that were given from
    • rectified by reports of investigations given here.
    • given in Kassel, and
    • reflections can show us that the presentation given in the book
    • the cosmic aspect in the lectures given this Winter. You need only be
    • reminded that in the one case the account is given from the point of
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    • that we will rely on what cannot be denied even by minds most given
    • and others were able to give to the general education of mankind,
    • name generally given to these thirty Beings or Worlds that precede
    • gives an impression of rabbinical subtleties, far too intricate for a
    • which give us a picture of the world based on energy, and we look
    • the aid of what Anthroposophy should give us today, and are yet
    • that I wished to give you today. We will continue tomorrow.
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    • will be given later — in the epoch when all the means of
    • given to read is in many respects a fable convenue, especially
    • significance exists and should give occasion for reflection. I mean
    • given to them. They had not worked it up for themselves; it came as
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    • lecture given by Dr. Steiner at Pforzheim (7–3, 1914):
    • the Earth in such a way as to give the senses this character. Any
    • given dish, while a terrible loathing would have driven him from
    • of man. In the same way that wisdom had been given to the
    • cosmic ages had not given embodiment to the Christ — then in
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    • give only a hint of these relationships. And because in that which
    • Lecture-course given by Dr. Steiner in Munich,
    • that Moses gives out as a revelation of the Jahve-god. What Moses
    • connected in a primordial earthly sense with all that gives a certain
    • a missionary to the Gentiles, and as such I give all honour to that
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    • The fulfilment of this task given to the Hebrew prophets
    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • when I spoke of this, I felt unsatisfied. I had to give out what
    • son's disappearance: he had not turned back to give her any
    • given many and various teachings.
    • is nowhere recorded — but I am able to give you the full truth
    • involved, to take account not only of what is given directly from
    • Remorseful feelings give no rest.
    • Kyot is not to be given up; I knew that he discloses an important
    • will give you tomorrow.
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    • called the result of research is given to the soul from out of the
    • I have for once given you this unvarnished account, because for you,
    • expositions are printed as lecture-courses. They are given to people
    • that was the warning given by old Hebrew tradition to the pupil —
    • given to us in the name Jahve.
    • The author of these words gives a gentle indication of
    • Given by Dr. Steiner in Torquay and London, August 1924.]
    • stellar script, gives instruction to Parsifal's pure soul. Let
    • try to read the stellar script in the form now given to us. For in
    • the soul but shows clearly that what we can give today as a cosmology
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    • given by Rudolf Steiner,
    • should like to give you an example of something where you can still
    • intention was to give everything that could stimulate the mind and
    • Entelechy, what he gives as the members of the human soul nature —
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • need arose to give certainty to thinking, — to prove thinking as was
    • descriptions given of the separate epochs you will, if you are proper
    • up to our present time; the Sun-evolution lies within it. This gives
    • the forming of world concepts. It is difficult to give clear
    • Spiritual Science gives vitality to what is otherwise abstract, and
    • gives us life. In the wonderful poem Lucifer by Christian
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    • given at Dornach, July 27th, 1923
    • for them. This has made it possible for ordinary text-books to give
    • to give little heed to earthly affairs of today and to immerse
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
    • Jupiter gives a living portrayal of what is connected with him in the
    • A stimulus to the whole development of the human being is given also
    • also be called the liberating planets; they give man freedom. On the
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    • This is the 5th of 8 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • kind: If spiritual science gives this or that explanation concerning
    • riddles gives us strength, gradually makes us more perfect also as
    • the spiritual-scientific study of individual cases can give us a
    • physical world; below the threshold of consciousness this gives rise
    • from the other side, from the spiritual side, gives us our
    • world in a very short time, yet this event may have given them a
    • with the explanations which I have frequently given in regard to
    • with us through the portal of death, gives us, between death and a
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    • world. Not that the imaginations are not there, or that in any given
    • several relationships — one person to a given set of elemental
    • mutual interplay gives rise to the forces which instill into the
    • spiritual training, the influences of what is thus given over to the
    • into something far more inward) — one can give oneself up to
    • dead work through the living into this world. We have only just given
    • given time on earth are largely dependent on those who died and
    • taught in a given epoch bears a certain character only because people
    • way the educational ideas which are propounded in any given age by
    • from a given moment that it becomes truly ripe to work upon others.
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    • inner rhythm of breathing. By contrast, we must give ourselves up to
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    • Explanations have often been given in our
    • The descriptions that were given so far in our spiritual
    • only what the earth has given to the physical body. And where is the
    • spiritually conceived idea would give you the place where the
    • forth spiritually and gives warmth spiritually.
    • purpose of our life is to give the Gods the opportunity to spin out
    • out our strength gives us something that is really most significant
    • growing weary, and during this process (even though it only gives
    • being, we give it the shape which it should have during our next
    • indifferent, dry and cool; but they should, instead, give us a
    • the earth, so our parents and grand-parents only give us that part
    • through the whole of his life, then that part which is given to him
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    • and given over to the earth.
    • reality, given to the earth; this is given over to the earth. Thus,
    • from our physical body, we give to our earth — Warmth.
    • mighty, that the human being experiences, which gives him the
    • fact that he lays this physical body aside, that he gives over to the
    • Spiritual Science can give us, to help us to transform those
    • is deeply moving to observe what, the dead has just given over to the
    • day, would give this definition: “Truth consists in the
    • can give us, because the world widens out for us more and more,
    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
    • give us.
    • elapsed, give over their etheric body to the etheric world, and
    • This is what Spiritual Science must give to men —
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    • especially at work and gives the general signature to that epoch, he
    • gives his commissions to the Folk-spirits, so that the collective
    • evolution, the same one returns again as Spirit of the Age and gives
    • also called Spirits of Cyclic Periods. We shall give further reasons
    • to justify this expression. These higher spiritual Beings who give
    • These lectures will give us an opportunity to study in
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    • a people. The Beings who give language have great strength, they are
    • which it could be perceived how the Archai or Primal Forces give
    • normally to have; that is to say, they do not give intuitions in the
    • but they stimulate inwardly, they work within the brain and give a
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    • sentient-soul, therefore, he is thus far given up to all his desires
    • the sum-total of the angles of all triangles will give 180 deg.
    • school. I might also give you the example of Hegel's logic, you
    • only be aglow and feel in the sentient-soul, we must also give
    • directly to do, but which gives him the occasion to incarnate in some
    • That gives a sort of insight into the inner being of one
    • gives his orders, in which he distributes the missions which are to
    • and gives his orders to the Archangel, the latter passes them on to
    • to give out more weighty, more important orders, that he is, so to
    • of the Age severed off a portion at a given time, and then passed on
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    • the present-day man, is the one who has given him the possibility of
    • that this possibility was first given by the Spirits of Form, those
    • last third he has to give back that which he received during the
    • corresponding installment. If man had indeed been exclusively given
    • who give what we call our present earthly consciousness, not between
    • possibility is given that a man should not only be dependent in this
    • being of the earth and give him the racial character. The races which
    • The spot in Asia corresponds to those which give man the
    • truths can only be indicated. They give us that which is in
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    • Reincarnation, when properly understood. It gives us the outlook
    • should like to give you an example, and would beg you to accompany me
    • their name was given them, because they bring the thick fluid element
    • of the sun, not as the giver of light, but when he says of it:
    • was the great mission of Saturn to give will, to implant the forces
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    • course of lectures given at Düsseldorf on the Hierarchies
    • in which a comprehensive idea was given of the heavenly part of the
    • the indications given in the last lecture, especially at the close,
    • normal ‘ I ’, that which gives man his normal
    • which could be given by the Mercury-oracle, in which one could
    • Ethiopian race. Everything which gives the Ethiopian race its special
    • man's respiratory and nervous system, and give it a definite
    • Jupiter humanity, those forces which give the special stamp to the
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    • Monism. The actual inspirers, the impulse-givers of all Monotheism
    • represented, so that the task was given to one people to introduce
    • the impulse, the ferment for this Monotheism. This task was given to
    • the task of this particular people to give as an impulse that the
    • impulse then given was, in the course of the following centuries and
    • impulse had been given to humanity, had renounced becoming an Archai,
    • be found in Western Europe, and there the inspiration was given by
    • post-Atlantean age of civilization, and the people itself gives a
    • other hand an idealistic people is one which gives the Spirit of the
    • that which was first of all given to the Archangel of the Northern
    • were at the same time given quite different tendencies, tendencies
    • remarkable construction and unique development, gives a more
    • This gives only a slight indication of an important
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    • the son of that Being who gives speech. In the imprinting of the
    • I only wanted to-day to give an idea of how the Northern
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    • heard from former presentations given on similar themes, that the
    • is given to considering everything in its relation to the ‘ I
    • account given in the Old Testament of the Serpent, which is nothing
    • particular is the battle with the Powers which give us an external,
    • day only give hints as to this Luciferic influence. What you will
    • it is given the possibility of lying. In the physical body sickness
    • the material scientists of the present day give the same explanation
    • positively awes one in the Scandinavian Mythology. I can only give
    • events could not, even down to the smallest details, be given better,
    • himself is overcome. The avenger of Odin is given a special rôle and
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    • given to educate the ‘ I ’ through the
    • Christ-impulse had been given to the earth, Tacitus could describe
    • recognized the giver, the bestower of the ‘ I ’, the
    • group-soul was given the name Sif. That is the name of the spouse of
    • individual ‘ I ’, with the giver of the individual
    • peoples in other parts of Europe other tasks had already been given
    • could only be given to European civilization by the old Celtic
    • or Soul of the Higher Feelings. But it had not merely to give the
    • the God Thor had given to the human soul, now viewed from the
    • living to the East of us. Their whole culture gives the Western
    • that we may compare what it gives us as a direct out-pouring of the
    • Anthroposophists, because he develops it higher and higher and gives
    • a wonderful, plastic manner in the various expositions Solovioff gives
    • Christ into the idea of the State given him by the Roman State. The
    • Age of the ancient Greeks was given as an impulse to Christianity,
    • Northern and Eastern Europe. I wished to give you an indication of
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    • been given on this theme, the further discussion of which would not
    • which I was able to give here, will remember that once upon a time in
    • they are presented to the untrained soul. But that which is given in
    • once able to give, and which the human soul is growing away from, is
    • the human soul-forces, had to be subdued by that which had been given
    • give, namely, soul-pictures such as that of the Fenris Wolf. It would
    • clairvoyance. The power given by the old Archangel Odin, the old
    • can again be given to man with which to see Christ. Vidar, who
    • Anthroposophy, that seed would not be given on this ground to one
    • particular people or tribe, but to humanity as a whole. What is given
    • to all mankind, and must be given, can only spring up at a certain
    • place; but it must be given to the whole of humanity. We recognize no
    • in one people disputing with another about what is to be given, but
    • is the best that I can give?’ Then to the common altar will
    • about that which could not yet be given in the first half of the
    • anthroposophical, that we should give of our best, that which is
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    • A Lecture given at Dornach on May 13, 1921
    • lectures I have given recently on the nature of
    • given at Dornach on May 6 – 8, 1921. Published in English as a book
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • They want to give it to us and they want us to act in the sense of Spiritual
    • not give way to the easy course of assuming the existence of an abstract God,
    • of which I have tried to give you a graphic picture.
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    • This lecture was given at Liestal, Bâle, on January 11th,
    • years ago that I was invited by a small circle of people to give
    • give some points of view about spiritual worlds. The lectures we're
    • year 1913 we tried every year to give artistic expression in dramatic
    • performances were at first given in an ordinary theatre. But it soon
    • upon it.” The event of Golgotha gives meaning and purpose to
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    • was given at Dornach, on December 23rd, 1922, by Dr. Rudolf Steiner.
    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • who give me these thoughts. I can therefore only regard the thoughts
    • In the Summer the Earth is more given
    • environment. Hence man too is given up to the wide cosmic expanse. In
    • if every Summer he is mindful of how the Upper Gods have given him
    • given back again. Just as man regards the air as something which
    • surrounds him, which he draws into himself but always gives out
    • must ever and again be given back to the Gods at the time of Midsummer.
    • The festivals themselves were given a
    • when he passes out of himself and is given up to the Cosmos, but when
    • The ancients could only give
    • give life again to old habits such as these. We need, for example, to
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    • This is the 6th of 12 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner
    • like this cannot be given with lantern slides or other visual aids,
    • 1850's, he could not give any illustrations at all —
    • Grimm's descriptions in his “Life” could not give.
    • resolve and thus, from within outwards, he could give to matter is
    • of experience of the Greeks. But, that mode being given, anyone who
    • they give expression to what man experienced as the activity of his
    • shall feel compelled to say that no sculptor has ever given
    • artist than Michelangelo were to do a sculpture of Moses and give it
    • is given external expression, and we might well believe that the
    • within our space, and the same space which gives us life gives it to
    • have given much thought to the fact that between the age of the
    • work. It was therefore with a sorrowing heart at having to give up
    • what is given to them. Generally it is oracular sayings which they
    • that could be given in pictures is here on the ceiling of the Sistine
    • him from continuing with the monument, once again he was given a task
    • closely related to what he has to give to the world. How different
    • the all-embracing character of his work which gives universal
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    • This is the 1st of 8 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • A Lecture, hitherto untranslated, given at Dornach on
    • HE essential aim of the lectures given here recently has been to build a
    • examples could be given. In short, raw materials are obtained by the
    • the whole business — forgive the colloquialism.
    • how many prefer to dream (the Lord giveth to His own in sleep!), how
    • been given art — art which also draws its raw materials
    • even if only an imaged life. This life, given by the art-impulses of
    • given. I find that points I regard as important often do not appear
    • Here is one example from many that could be given.
    • give them a new shade of meaning. This shade of meaning is always
    • subtleties of speech, and not to give way to the arbitrariness of
    • credence is given to this to-day because the spoken word is heard as
    • nobody can understand the jolt that was given to humanity during the
    • I can give indications only. The most important thing of all must be
    • given some idea of how the bridge can be built from Spiritual Science
    • the mould is given shape, and when the mould is empty, it is obvious
    • Expression will have to be given to things that entirely escape
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    • This is the 2nd of 18 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various
    • must emphasize here that certain details which I have given on
    • This brings us to the question — and the answer I shall give is
    • that some problem in actual life gives the impetus to investigation.
    • fact that in an earlier incarnation their souls were given up to
    • they are given at school. It is quite obvious that human beings today
    • be possible to get very near to reality. The moment we give healthy
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    • This lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Nuremberg
    • Christ was given at Nuremberg on the 13th of November 1910. The text
    • publish this brief resume of the lecture given on the 12th of
    • result can be achieved. What he needs is forgiveness; he needs to
    • condition that we have something to forgive him, we should envelop
    • him in an atmosphere of forgiveness. “You have to forgive him
    • development; in that case advice may be given as to the best way in
    • new Karma, but understanding gives rise to a store of wealth in the
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    • This is the 6th of 6 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach
    • of the Angel. The fact that they give it another name constitutes an
    • of our leading men are given a classical education during the years
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    • This is the 11th of 14 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach
    • explanations repeatedly given in recent lectures.
    • we must go far back into cosmic evolution in order to give an
    • Let me give you an
    • as the pantry key in his pocket which his aunt had given him. He
    • had given him the key, he would unfailingly have been killed. The
    • we discard what is given to us with the instrument of the
    • evolution, life on earth should give us something that flames
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    • This is the 7th of 7 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach,
    • given at Dornach on October 31st, 1920
    • science are fulfilled — so that children are given a stimulus
    • need only give one characteristic example take the usual theory of
    • inability of science to give man any light upon his own nature.
    • feeling has actually given way to another. More and more man is
    • to give man an understanding of himself shows itself in all its
    • in our ideas; because this twentieth century has had to give us an
    • the earth can give me, all that I can get from natural science,
    • can give the answer, for He is not in some indefinite place; He must
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    • This is the 4th of 7 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at The Hague,
    • A Lecture given at The Hague on November 16, 1923
    • that have a materialistic orientation give us pain; for we know, such
    • knowledge have place. I will give you an example.
    • in his inner being, strong, well developed; whereas when he gives
    • majority of persons it happens that before they can give their
    • receiving which gives so much help and enrichment to life; on the
    • spiritual researcher can give, and what he receives will unite itself
    • being, we know how to give personality its right place and meaning in
    • where it is given to human beings to unite in a common experience of
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    • This is the 4th of 8 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Zurich,
    • lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Zurich,
    • The significance of all this becomes clearer if we give
    • yield the best results possible; and if sufficient attention is given
    • nowadays officially give out. Only consider” — it might
    • given out from far deeper depths than during the Graeco-Roman
    • particular sphere, but it gives us the power of judging. And the
    • given out because humanity should no longer be without them.
    • And now, having given evidence of so much perspicacity,
    • see, he has given deep thought to the study of my book “Theosophy”
    • reprint of a lecture given by Dr. Mahling at Hamburg on the 23rd
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on May 27, 1922, and
    • gives him a picture of how man is placed within the world between birth
    • dark-light — in short, if indications such as those given in my book
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on April 2, 1920, and
    • sake of the earthly evolution of mankind, and the teaching given by
    • with such ideas. But it is a fact that a person who is completely given up
    • merely external, sense-given science, and yet at the same time they deny
    • most that which is given him in mathematics and mechanics, and now in
    • give these thoughts, which are so pertinent to our present problems, your
    • which gives man the right once more to keep Easter. Look up to the full
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to have
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • receive them especially from me. I know what it means to give
    • which I feel it will be done here. Therefore I think I can also give
    • must forgive me if my introductory words to-day appear —
    • Science can give for Agriculture.
    • it shines directly on to a given spot of the Earth. But it can also
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • ideas can give no real information as to the exact relationships,
    • from the Cosmos by the silicon, and what takes place — forgive
    • practical matters, this knowledge will give us the necessary
    • jargon of to-day — and it will then be possible to give exact
    • given, does the cosmic nature live in the plant? It lives in the
    • in the Earth. It therefore gives rise to a “light-less”
    • of the Earth is not all. To any given district of the Earth a
    • these animals taken together will give just the amount of manure
    • which needs to be given back again to the Earth.
    • the number of animals of a given sort which we need for a given kind
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • a given space filled with air, and then remove a small quantity of
    • within the human being. He himself would have to give it off,
    • which senses whether there is the proper quantity of water in a given
    • sympathetic feeling if the right plants are there for the given soil.
    • reason that the peasant —forgive me, but it is so — is
    • and silicon. Limestone gives it the earthly, silicon the cosmic
    • calcium. Then indeed it gives no rest at all. It wants to feel and
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • to man, for instance — inasmuch as they only deal with the given
    • substantially. By far the greater part is there to give the body the
    • which science claims to give for various branches of life generally
    • whenever in any given locality you have a general level or niveau,
    • all this (I beg you once more to forgive the hard saying) must smell
    • plant-organism — is predestined not to give off smell,
    • be given to bring about in the soil what I indicated yesterday, namely
    • one fact which can already give you a strong indication of what is needed.
    • compost does not give the astral a chance, so to speak. Now there is
    • now: we take this mass and give it over to the earth, in one form or
    • doing is to give the earth something ethereal and astral which has its
    • thus give over to the earth must of course have lost its original form,
    • To give
    • all these researches, and the practical hints we give will all result
    • was intended to give principles, not technicalities, of their
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • those inspirations which we are able to give to agriculture out of spiritual
    • science. This quickening, this stimulation, can be given to any mass
    • not give these things of her own accord.
    • give them to the plants. No, the point is that we should add living
    • too, we must still try to give the manure the right living property.
    • We must give it such a consistency that it will retain of its own accord
    • an image of the Cosmos. We thereby give the yarrow the power quite essentially
    • We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
    • Forgive me, Count Keyserlingk,
    • will make the manure intelligent, nay, you will give it the faculty
    • and regular and does not give rise to shocks in the organic life —
    • Cosmos, and that which is needed as silicic acid throughout the given
    • way. It will give the soil the faculty to attract just as much silicic
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • dealt with. Therefore, to begin with, I will give examples which —
    • the problem, how to rid a given field or area of plants which we do
    • all this is only there for a given district of the Earth when it is
    • the weeds growing rampant in a given year. You must accept the fact.
    • I can only give indications, but as you see, these indications are
    • of the plant. But this too gives the animal the power to receive within
    • The forces are the same in both cases. The very same forces which give
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • if there is forest by Nature in a given district, it has its good use
    • will see, as we begin to specialise what I have given, ever new things
    • not consume but, on the contrary, secretes — gives off —the
    • consumed by the plant, they are given off, excreted, and this excretion-process
    • for itself, but, on the contrary, it gives away what the animal takes
    • from the world, and lives thereby. Thus the plant gives, and lives by
    • this give and take, and you perceive once more what played so great
    • the household of Nature gives, and the animal takes,” was universal
    • you will often find this saying: Everything in Nature lives by give
    • day they do not understand what Goethe meant when he spoke of “give
    • interplay with the metabolism — Goethe speaks of “give and
    • way regulators to give the right form and development to the growth
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • have said, and to give a few more practical hints. These practical matters
    • we should give them the opportunity to come into relation with the surrounding
    • will show you how futile it is merely to give general instructions:
    • in their turn develop the real Ego-forces. These they give off in the
    • must give roots as fodder to an animal which needs to carry material
    • then, I have given carrot-fodder. Now I want the body to be properly
    • you should give young cattle. Carrots and linseed, or something that
    • and tests. Thus they try to indicate the quantities that should be given
    • what you give. Think how you will stand in your farming work if you
    • are individualised. We cannot give hard and fast principles. This is
    • thrive if you give them fruiting substance (further treated, if possible,
    • by cooking, steaming or the like) and if you give them food which already
    • then, we can ask ourselves: What must we give to the animal we wish
    • the effect that a diet of tomatoes will, under given conditions, have
    • work out in thorough-going tests and experiments what I have given here.
    • given in this lecture course.
    • farmer friends here present, namely, that what has been given here to
    • results for all humanity, has been given a truly festive setting by
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    • Given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner
    • eternal name was given to the initiate. Of his own free
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    • Then forces begin to work inside. They give man the
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    • lectures given here for some time it has been my task to draw attention to
    • give you an example of this. It is one I have mentioned before, but I will
    • that we may be able to give form to these beginnings and make further and
    • given into Man's own hands. The choice is set before him — and
    • air. The ether organism breathes out light, and this light it gives to us.
    • impulses wanted to acquire it, give parents unlimited power over the whole of
    • body for a few days; then we have to give it back to the cosmos. In the
    • cosmic connections. For our ether body that we give up continues to work on
    • small, and all attempts to give form to human activity and creation shall
    • death, or when we have passed through the gate of death and it is given us to
    • our life on earth must be so constructed as to give possibility for all the
    • where we are alike gives the possibility for the development of mankind of a
    • I have given in
    • centuries, by Galvani and Volta. People give far too little thought to such
    • stream was of course also there from the beginning, but it was given new life
    • Lord gives to His Sons the direct command to set in the world's places
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    • A lecture given in Christiania, 26th November, 1921.
    • also in ordinary science is given up to external observation and
    • and more the support given by external observation. Observation has
    • organism. Let me now give you an example, an elementary but
    • gives rise to something which does not reveal itself outwardly
    • which one form gives rise to the other can only be grasped if we bear
    • the development of the body, from the embryonic stage onwards, gives
    • not the point just now; the point is that sense-perception gives us a
    • were, for our soul-experiences. We need something which gives the
    • support in the same way in which the external sense perceptions give
    • What is it that gives us the right to speak of reality in the
    • consist, for example, in the fact that at certain given moments we
    • our ordinary life we give ourselves up to the present. But in the
    • can only give a few indications in this connection.
    • possible to give it any ordinary kind of frame. What the friends of
    • can only give a few indications in this direction, for at the Waldorf
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    • life, all basic reference points given us by the sense world, which
    • wanting to give worth only to that which appears in the same way as
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • world but as though the one who gives the presentation were indulging
    • understanding — not the kind given by the things
    • extraordinarily interesting that when he gives in to his healthy
    • it alone gives meaning to life. The goodness of a belief, however, is
    • done: bring us indisputable evidence. What it has given us up to now
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    • activity is also at work here. Present-day man gives himself up to
    • man. On the contrary it gives him just what his present-day
    • spiritual science or anthroposophy I give lectures on is the only
    • given here is just a humble attempt. And anyone who makes a
    • and drag mankind further into chaos and distress, or to give birth to
    • inexactly. I will give you one example of what I mean: There is a
    • they want to use their power to give us the lead in the mechanisation
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    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • the mirror) that one reflection has given the other reflection a box
    • each other's eyes, but the others even give eyes to the crows that
    • Goethe really has given to mankind, for he has no other means of
    • the example I have given shows that it is those who are firmly
    • great man, and given out as a great authority and if people put
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • This is the 3rd of 12 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart,
    • lecture given in Stuttgart, 10th March, 1920.
    • Now if we observe human beings in any given
    • that Nature in her beauty and wonder gives to man. The oriental
    • the East, what form does it take? The injunction given to pupils by
    • strives for something that is higher, that is not given him by
    • give expression to the speech of the Earth herself. It is not so in
    • when he gives free play to his own inherent being. Hence we can
    • production of a work of art.” Man's own spiritual nature gives
    • system. When he gives himself up to the recurring phrases of Buddha,
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • This is the 15th of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin,
    • A lecture given in Berlin, 22 December
    • given in Berlin and one in Cologne, during the years
    • were given to those divine figures who had once been visible
    • Gods — such was the ancient teaching. That the world will give
    • from them. The teachings given by the Rishis concerning the
    • to give a general picture of what would come to pass in the
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • within them from before conception and birth that which gives their
    • give the descending souls some idea of what they will encounter here.
    • what is given in our books or presented in lectures. And we can quite
    • had wished to give the German people the greatest lesson by imposing
    • face of contemporary events. I wanted, as the opportunity was given
    • give the single individual an inner feeling of comfort but can bear
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart on September 5th, 1921.
    • really given empirically in immediate human experience, and that
    • the world. And from this standpoint scientific validity is given to
    • separation gives a certain comfort, a feeling of security in life.
    • give no inner guarantee for the reality of what is moral.
    • which gives inner security, which makes it possible for a man to have
    • yet give full weight to what I have described today. But the consequences
    • cannot give each exercise here in detail, but you can find this
    • knowledge gives the soul a conscious content in the same way as our
    • through carrying out the exercises given in my books. Through them
    • so now the Imaginations we have attained give us plenary conviction
    • knowledge gives us only the forms. Through it we are as it were
    • will give himself freely to it. And it stems from this, that the
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • This lecture is one of twenty-three, given in the years 1911 and 1912,
    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Milan, 21st September, 1911.
    • This lecture is one of twenty-three, given in the years 1911 and 1912,
    • reincarnate?’ — occult research gives the answer
    • produce such wonderful sculptures, in which the human form was given
    • English books of reference give “lights” and
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    • Saul pray, If the iniquity be in me or Jonathan, give Urim; but if in
    • Israel, give Thummim. This sacred lot was connected with the ephod,
    • 14:41 Therefore Saul said unto the LORD God of Israel, Give a perfect lot. And Saul and Jonathan were taken: but the people escaped. \
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • Earth in order to prepare for that Event and give teaching to those
    • [See Jeshu ben Pandira, two lectures given by Rudolf
    • I beg you not to give credence to these things because I say them,
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    • A lecture given by
    • they shall do in the given situation. This latter nervousness can
    • give someone this advice, not merely because he is forgetful but
    • writing, they have to give themselves a kind of jerk — a
    • must here give a piece of advice to the educational world, though
    • contribute to strengthen their ethereal bodies. They do not give
    • would give you pleasure, but you can quite well do without it. Set
    • thing because I have given myself the answer Yes. This Yes will have
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • Anschauung a priori), a mode of intuition given to man prior to
    • accept it as something given; he must fit himself into it when he has
    • mathematics, although it remains unnoticed. (I have given a
    • geometrical illustration; I could give others also.) Neither
    • that is simply given us. With the sixth dimension, we have abolished
    • if one says to oneself: What was given to men in this age as something
    • have given more details of this in my Riddles of Philosophy).
    • But precisely such an historical survey as I have given can show you that
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    • untranslated, given at The Hague on April 9, 1922
    • world-views are given external representation: symbols or allegories
    • seen. Everything that has been given artistic expression was born
    • We do this with the urge to give plastic form to the head. We then try
    • with our aim, to give this or that shape to the nose. In short, we
    • were to give too definite shape to his lower limbs.
    • shape the mouth? Oh, in shaping the mouth we really give shape to the
    • sketchy hints that require to be thought out could be given here. But
    • feels: here I must only give indications; here we pass over
    • artistic sculptor and expected to give plastic shape to plant forms.
    • One cannot give a form to plants; one can only indicate their
    • can be given plastic shape. The artistic creation of animal forms is,
    • respiratory process. If one intends to give plastic shape to a camel
    • give plastic shape to the various animal forms.
    • life; and we can enter into all that and give form to such an etheric
    • one gives expression, in a more theoretical way — in the form
    • song — can be given back to the whole man and his physical
    • cosmos to the human form at rest. And as one gives expression to what
    • like to put it in this way: When we, as sculptors, give
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    • consciousness. But this ordinary consciousness gives him only what
    • external, that which is given in material existence? Because they
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • here next to one another? The microscope, of course, gives only crude
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • is the very thing we need to give the Ego its right and proper strength.
    • world that is given for ordinary consciousness; we come forth into it
    • analyse the world as it is given for ordinary consciousness, and does
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • that his being is outside you, but that you have to give yourself up,
    • knowledge of it and so he gives no thought to it. He must grow into
    • know only the passing and the past. What our intellect gives us, if
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    • teaching given by Him to those disciples with whom He was in
    • must ask: What was the teaching given by Christ after the
    • wisdom consisted of teachings given by the Gods to man in regard
    • Two given points within this stream were not regarded as any kind
    • approximately, was the substance of the esoteric teaching given
    • the esoteric teachings given by Christ to His initiated disciples
    • teaching given by the Risen Christ to His initiated pupils was
    • through with this teaching. And many a man of whom history gives
    • given by Christ Himself after the Resurrection to His initiated
    • disciples — teaching that He could only give after passing
    • experience which gives strength to life. The sense of life was
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • thoughts and ideas mere names which man gives to stones and plants, I
    • roar in the word “lion”, I myself give the lion this
    • this that more importance was given to the fact that people wished to
    • case, spiritual names are given to what people conceive
    • cannot reach a really spiritual way of looking at things. This gives
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Given at Nuremberg on the 13th of March 1915.
    • must realise that a strong inner spiritual force must be given to
    • consciousness soul and in it live souls that have something to give
    • the divine order of the world has given mankind during the fifth
    • of initiation, and in addition we give to human consciousness
    • initiates, thanks to the place given to them by the general Karma of
    • field. The drivers had given up the attempt of lifting it that same
    • give, is really a stammering, when compared with everything
    • gives to this “barefooted” conception in significant
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • This lecture was given at Dornach in October of 1919, and is
    • ideas required by us as human beings are given to us when we grasp
    • has always been a kind of abyss between that which is given, on the
    • already know from the explanations which have recently been given
    • and have tried to give as good
    • give themselves up wholly to the external knowledge of Nature,
    • societies. Those who give themselves the air of leaders in these
    • things, give general indications on the connection of the material
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • anything that can give fresh fire to religious feeling and
    • is little given to cultivating so great an interest in the
    • civilisation in any way save one and it gives no stimulus to
    • decline, and it is necessary to give them their proper name,
    • work on broad lines to give practical recognition to what
    • actual country — and to give it a fictitious reality.
    • less anxious to keep on the surface of things. Just to give
    • conquered parts of the world have to give — the impulse
    • otherwise it cannot give inward human impulses which will
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • This is the 3rd of 13 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach,
    • Lecture given in Dornach, 30 January 1915. Translated by
    • gives him the possibility to enter more and more deeply into
    • She tells him to ride on towards the right, and she gives him
    • given two examples — and I might give many more —
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • This is the 1st of 16 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach,
    • Lecture given at Dornach, 26 November 1920.
    • proceeding from the Moon are those that give form to the
    • is given essentially by the Moon and its activity. This comes
    • Moon re-appears and gives it a fresh impetus. It does this
    • the fact that our earthly power of observation gives us
    • to give shape to the human head, a human being would be born
    • when the head is being given its form. Were he to be subject
    • times been given the name of ‘wisdom’.
    • Everyone who gives free play to the sound development of
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    • This is the 14th of 14 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart,
    • series were given at places all over Europe. The title of this
    • Lecture given in Stuttgart, 27 December 1910.
    • animal forms. And those men tried to give expression to this.
    • peoples over wide areas were completely given up to such a
    • to which expression can be given by animal masks,
    • it really gives one pain to see a violet flowering at a time
    • birthday, denoting the impulse given for man's reascent
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    • 1911. It is the 13th of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in
    • existence gives us no understanding of suffering, nor can we release
    • liberation could only proceed from something this world cannot give.
    • gives reality to the doctrine of repeated earthly lives. For now we
    • alone give meaning to man's earthly life.
    • impulses, perceptions and feelings as give meaning to human
    • in Goethe, for instance — demands that man should not give way
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    • This is the 1st of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • mind and spirit can give explanations other than the atomic
    • so utterly given up to the bodily activities that it lives in
    • existence for a short time. The lectures given here [
    • Dr. Steiner is referring to a number of lectures given by various
    • The greatest sin of materialism is that it gives us no knowledge
    • give utterance to abstract theories — man consists of such and
    • life and social health — for only then will they give rise to a
    • will never give a materialistic interpretation of the old saying,
    • the sense in which Spiritual Sciencecan enter and give direction to
    • Let me here give just one
    • This can give rise to an active co-operation for the preservation of
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    • Lecture given at Dornach, 2nd December,
    • have one A, or one C sharp in a given octave, but countless ones
    • the air, and the air gives it the possibility to stand. But the sound
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    • It is the 11th of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Ilkley,
    • given at Ilkley, Yorkshire, on Sunday, August 12th, 1923. The
    • wholly given up to sense impressions, to all that the intellect can
    • humanity, to give the answer to a definite riddle that arose in the
    • Initiation Science was to give man this sublime teaching: “Know
    • upon Himself in the human body of Jesus of Nazareth. It was given to
    • this was the answer given by the Initiates in the earliest times
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    • It is the 5th of 13 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach,
    • plays portraying the appearance of Jesus and so on be given to
    • The human physical body enters this earth; it is given over to the
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    • given to him through the senses. It comes out to meet him, as it
    • say, the search for this relationship gives rise to the greatest
    • its three dimensions gives to him, in forming his ideas about things
    • Will. But in so doing he gives himself up to an illusion. It is
    • will already give you a different spatial relationship of the
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • It is the 11th of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin,
    • gives us the opportunity of studying deeper layers of the earth in
    • evolved to higher forms. That would give a clearly outlined picture
    • lecture was given in the year 1911. Granite was formerly classified by
    • indicated in the descriptions given here by Rudolf Steiner. Today, the
    • — the picture given us by geology today of the course of the
    • And what, with the means elucidated, in the lectures given so far, has
    • true picture must be given of the facts
    • of our earth's substance had taken place, and the one part was given
    • modern geologist gives us his explanation of the earth's crust
    • of destruction which had to come about in order to give us the firm,
    • years but for decades, gives a comprehensive survey — compiled
    • primeval world has given us, and which, through a process of
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • Given
    • hand, unless we are actually raving, or given to walking in our
    • know from other lectures I have given — the child makes use of
    • his willing life into the bodily substance which is given to him by
    • from thoughts given to him by Spiritual Science, such thinking is
    • on. Now if, as I have just said, you do not give way to this illusion,
    • sense-qualities is that to which we give the name of thinking.
    • wished to give plastic expression to Lucifer and Ahriman you
    • willing to give the name of Lucifer to Ormuzd they carried Lucifer
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    • certain intimacy; and just as little as it would be possible to give
    • repeat my lecture, rather than give it once only in a still larger
    • lectures given there. The immediate future will prove what fortune
    • occultism should give its conclusions on these facts in the West.
    • only revealed later to the West. Madame Blavatsky did not give an
    • conceptions. At the same time it was necessary to give to Europeans a
    • was substituted for the Christ, and because it was wished to give him
    • to give a logical reason for his opinion. And then comes the question
    • is an unconscious detraction when our movement is given the name of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • we now turn to the accounts given, for instance, in my Occult
    • Earth, you will admit that nothing but a sketch could be given,
    • and that it would never be possible to give more than a merely rough
    • arise all the accounts given here, we know that they arise from the
    • retain it in any place and wants to give way to forces over which he
    • given point and fills emptiness with something similar to courage. It
    • given us by the various methods, for instance, those in my book,
    • This glimmer does not give the impression of a glimmering light, but
    • offered by the Spirits of Will to the Cherubim. This should give us
    • sending forth of the Archai gives a grand and powerful picture.
    • as winged angels etc., that does not signify. The rest will be given
    • give a hint to anyone who wishes for instruction on this point.
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    • description given there is in no respect incorrect, but it is very
    • really attain to what the higher knowledge gives. He who is unable to
    • described, so as to say of him: he is a bestower, a giver, an
    • are the Spirits of Wisdom, the great Bestowers, the great Givers of
    • ‘the great Givers’ who so devote their gift that it
    • some way or other, to send it forth into the world, thus to give to
    • self-creative. Anyone who has an idea and feels that he can give it
    • of Wisdom. They give at an earlier moment, and that which is
    • to-day. Thus it was on ancient Sun; what was given at an earlier time
    • given earlier, what was still there and could be reflected by the
    • forth from its centre that which is given. It radiates out to the
    • streaming, flowing wisdom is the virtue they give. However, as this
    • the whole feeling that we are thus able to acquire — which gives
    • the sacrifice, of the glow given forth by the sacrifice, of the
    • for everything that can be given to the human being in the way of
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    • statement, and not given by way of advice). The greatest spiritual,
    • ancient Sun evolution. But let us first give our attention to
    • but give back that which was offered up to them. It is
    • reflection upon the conceptions about to be given can we
    • Cherubim, the possibility was given for other beings to separate in
    • possibility must be given for opponents to arise against us in the
    • have always believed them able to give freedom to man without
    • are necessary to a triangle, so the possibility of evil, given by the
    • good. The gods did not shrink from the evil, which alone could give
    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • ‘readiness to bestow,’ ‘readiness to give’,
    • condemnation. If we take what is here said seriously, it gives us
    • this spiritual wisdom had not been given, had been unable to have it,
    • longed for what cannot be given until our age. We feel a kind of
    • give them. When we recollect that all human life is linked together,
    • Anthroposophy is able to give us, has been desired and longed for.
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    • which reveals to us a pain, which gives birth to Longing, just as was
    • its purpose. This gives us the process of solidification, the
    • roll cost two kreuzers and he was always given ten kreuzers. The
    • ‘I have been given ten kreuzers, each roll costs two kreuzers,
    • that place to give six rolls instead of five to anyone who spent ten
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    • we may call to mind again and again when we give deep and
    • always possible to give plain and simple answers in
    • can only be hinted at. Read through the lectures given in
    • are wholly given up to the internal processes that go on in
    • way when we are wholly given up to the physical environment,
    • and used this to give a character, a foundation, to the
    • arise from the chaos until people are ready to give room to
    • lightly. Concrete examples given as an indication of what was
    • and need to get a basis for their judgement before they give
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    • at a time — yesterday's lecture will have given you an
    • these will give them the powers they need for the life of
    • given for the things acquired in the world of the spirit to
    • — for these impulses are given in sleep — and are
    • conclusions. Instead, those who come later must let this give
    • were given it to read as early as 1603, and it was published
    • only give you the surface of nature and the surface of social
    • pessimistically; instead they should give us the inner
    • gives colour and nuance to this in most people. But let us
    • poverty perhaps and not given an education that puts much
    • easy. Reluctance is felt because people prefer to give free
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    • My intention is to give a series of
    • entirely given up to illusion. There is a growing tendency to
    • came back; he had been given an appointment for later on. So
    • other situations in life when to be thus ‘given
    • which have already been given and others that will be given,
    • Think of all the years in which lectures have been given here
    • should be. Forgive me for saying this. If there were the
    • Forgive the expression. Higher duties are involved than
    • Consideration must be given to many general and more
    • shall no longer continue to give private interviews to
    • longer give private interviews for members. Everyone is free
    • been given, but it must be the truth. I release everyone from
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    • then leaves it again for the non-physical world. To give them
    • whose minds and whole way of looking at the world give them
    • before now, if people had been given an idea of these
    • connected with a great, important cosmic law. I could give
    • spirits who have given impulses to our civilization from the
    • You will remember some of the descriptions I have given of
    • certain elemental spirits give to the divine spirits on
    • There are many such impulses. Let me give you just one
    • themselves to be virtuous, to give themselves up entirely to
    • downward movement has given it a certain inertia, which it
    • downward movement gives it sufficient energy to swing to the
    • other side. This provides an analogy that may be used to give
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    • which really have to be given for the further evolution of
    • between major epochs, a general description of which is given in
    • give brief outlines of aspects which in the present situation
    • in us which can no longer give itself completely to the body,
    • were given everything they needed from their environment, an
    • to learn to understand human beings so that we may give due
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    • you are following impulses given by the Spirits of Form, the
    • course also had an effect on the head. This will give you an
    • order to give expression to the higher reality of the lower
    • historical symbols are easily given entirely the wrong
    • history, this thought is given by the gods and through the
    • what to do with it. Let me give you just one example: Cimon,
    • books which give irrefutable evidence of prophesies which
    • the fourth post-Atlantean age. This will give them the
    • He would be given an image; this would be the right answer,
    • is given ass's ears. And the interpretation of this would be:
    • good lawyers. But — forgive these harsh words —
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    • been imitated to give the impression that those are real
    • descriptions which are given — for a time. But when you
    • us and gives spiritual, if not exactly physical, weight to
    • descriptions given of historical figures like Luther may be
    • and give their impressions — these will not give us the
    • man, someone with real weight; they will only give us the
    • gain awareness of the factors which give the world around us
    • look for the things that give the figure real weight. Now you
    • from the awareness gained by knowing what gives spiritual
    • me give you an analogy which will probably also take you
    • has given them. Above all there has to be this truly serious
    • if they are not given intellectual training too early. It is
    • Let me give you an example taken from everyday life. Imagine
    • hard look at the concepts we use. I have given this example
    • point to them, and they are given by life, not by our
    • recognition must be given to reality. What really matters is
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    • makes them — forgive the paradoxical way of putting
    • escape attention and fail to give much cause for thought.
    • present-day desire for ideologies. This has given rise to the
    • such a building. These things must be considered and given
    • Let me give
    • doubt also given pride of place in local bookshop windows,
    • their youth, when — forgive me — we instantly
    • cut bits off one organism and give them to a neighbouring
    • There are many other examples I could give, and these would
    • say these things, you will no doubt say I ought to give you
    • given is only valid from the sixteenth century onwards;
    • And the reasons given were far from stupid; they were
    • from what I have given as a symbol? You see, I have merely
    • given one glaringly obvious instance; I could tell you of
    • reasons given by an enlightened group of medical men when the
    • the principal idea in science. It has given rise to Darwin's
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    • this, it will give you a great deal of understanding of the
    • for many years in lectures and lecture courses given within
    • intention today to give you something of a background to much
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • — please forgive the somewhat bizarre image, but it
    • developmental factors which evolution has given except for
    • battles which are always given the ancient symbol of the
    • than ever, people are much given up to illusion. Just
    • The instance I have given concerns only a minor matter in
    • be perceived by the senses, and never give a thought to the
    • ahrimanic powers. This was a real service given to those
    • who had to admit that the prophesy given in a dream had come
    • and also when we perceive the element which gives us a
    • doing well if people believe that science gives a true image
    • consciously give to boys and girls, or to young men and
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    • dwell on this in your soul, you will be able to give due
    • secret, hidden soul development is given due attention. As I
    • have told you, many people probably do not want to give it
    • things. If it is not given attention, those ahrimanic powers
    • if we make every effort to give children only such things as
    • can grasp, we do not give them anything for later life when
    • because education has failed to give them anything that can
    • important — I can always only give examples — to
    • special conditions of life described to give the children a
    • fruitful with the descriptions which are given in our
    • list items; these things must be the stimulus and give us
    • given to them in a living, vital form and the laws of nature.
    • Their minds can only grow barren if they are given the
    • people do not want to miss any of the things they were given
    • needs, but it leaves no opportunity to give them what is
    • but rather give them their attention, for in the time which
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • phenomena. At the present time people generally give validity
    • give validity again to spiritual events, which can be
    • definition which was given in a school in Greece: A human
    • may give a general idea of the spirits of darkness, but it
    • physical heredity was given to humanity by the spirits of
    • given to him in 1879, he will be the earthly representative,
    • organic life if you give yourself up to impulses which came
    • grey-haired theory, if you will forgive the expression. But
    • characteristics given by the soil, and the bodies of
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    • approach will normally give the wrong result, because the
    • given images which may serve to demonstrate the intentions of
    • future will be to give yourself up unconsciously to the
    • towards spirituality. This is merely to give you a
    • individual instances. Let me give you an example which may
    • clearer light on the impressive images Goethe has given in
    • In the clear light which spirit gives to spirit,
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    • that those cast-down Angels will be in charge and will give
    • We can give
    • the cab, if you leave aside the fact that it is given its
    • forgive my putting it bluntly — exists right, left and
    • Well, we can give a number of reasons, the main one being
    • nineteenth century; you can give expression to the real
    • way in which events are grouped and by the value given to one
    • is needed to give even people of more mature years an idea of
    • you will forgive the expression.
    • believe the opposite of what is really true. This gives the
    • and whatever the slogans may be. The book also gives an
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • that thoughts are given us from outside, that they are not fabricated
    • from within. Today we believe that thoughts are not given from
    • except what outer sense experience gives us. And it was labeled
    • Religious Renewal has given even a number of older
    • away by sectarianism just because one can more easily give it a
    • can give us, not a sectarian consciousness, but rather a world
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    • hengivelse overfor det, som er foregått for
    • forberedte seg til den begivenhet som antydes ved
    • Ved alle disse begivenheter som forbereder
    • også ved de tre tidligere begivenheter var denne senere
    • begivenheter, inn fra kosmos. Når vi ser på hele
    • Kristusbegivenhet var inntrådt i den gamle lemuriske
    • Kristusbegivenhet, var strømmet inn med solkreftene. - Det
    • skje ved at den første Kristusbegivenhet har funnet sted i
    • hindret ved den annen Kristus-begivenhet. For annen gang blev
    • Kristusbegivenhet.
    • følelsesbetonte ord. Efter den annen Kristusbegivenhet
    • Da skjedde den tredje Kristusbegivenhet. For
    • skyldes det utelukkende disse to Kristusbegivenheter i den
    • efterat de tre Kristus-begivenheter hadde funnet sted, som jeg
    • Jeget, derfor skjedde den fjerde Kristusbegivenhet,
    • Golgatamysteriet, gjennem den fjerde Kristusbegivenhet. Det
    • Kristusbegivenhet, som nu ikke vil bli en fysisk men en eterisk
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • Greek sense. The Greek definition has a meaning and gives us
    • I once tried to give an account of mediaeval scholasticism, showing all
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • A lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Cologne, 7th May, 1912, and
    • This lecture, the 9th of 14 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner
    • given to all men through all time to come — then He is speaking
    • gives it meaning, and this for the sake of material, industrial
    • naturally to be given physical expression too. Herein lies
    • with German culture! No credence whatever should be given to this
    • sketches made by Imme von Eckardstein according to indications given
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • were given by Rudolf Steiner to audiences familiar with the general
    • were given as oral communications and were not originally intended for
    • this or that form of existence, is not yet given much thought in the
    • we can go still further. Today I can give only the first outlines of
    • in the human being in the condition of sleep. The earth gives itself
    • world that we love and that gives us so much joy — a science that
    • is the plant that gives him the possibility of having such a
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • esoteric in those ancient times; we give ourselves up to an
    • could give occasion for this. These Luciferic
    • given out in the form of myths and legends. It was a
    • religions had to restrain and regulate and give the proper
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    • evolution, namely this: That which is done in a given year,
    • Christmas-impulses — take place in a given year; others
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • Church, perpetually gives birth to the Christ. Through the
    • Virgin Wisdom did not give birth to the Logos. This is
    • gives an answer to this question (I mean, however, the
    • give birth to materialistic theories. When we do so, the
    • gives birth to the Son — that is, to the
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    • They were clearly conscious of the fact that when a man gives
    • Pyramids, multiplied by a power of 18, give you the distance
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • The lecture presented here was given at the University of Christiania
    • Given at the
    • which I took the liberty to give you, will have shown you that
    • submit coldly to inner ideas. Of course, this gives rise to the
    • if loneliness would not give us this Ego-feeling in the spiritual
    • gives us our Ego feeling here on earth. To this loneliness we owe
    • shall enlarge the explanations already given yesterday. It is
    • true that in this case the physical body is given over to the
    • body. This elimination gives rise to that thought activity which
    • stars above will no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Rotterdam on November 1, 1922,
    • life that is able to give us inner strength.
    • “Am I in a position to give reality to what I produce
    • through my moral sense, since Nature is unable to give it
    • gives rise to our erect walk, to our free outlook into the
    • sage wished to give his pupil the possibility of allowing the
    • of all these instincts, give rise to our moral impulses, and the
    • given to those men who, with the aid of bodily postures,
    • try to solve problems in mathematics. This fact has given rise to
    • training of the will. Let me only give you a few indications.
    • humanity, and this gives us the strength enabling us to connect
    • that Christ had come down to the earth in order to give man on
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • Given at the
    • I wish to give you
    • being by seeking to know what the universe is able to give them,
    • body's physical nature, tried to give many examples taken from
    • with an inky nib had given him a blood poisoning and that he
    • given by the medium or, as Sir Oliver Lodge believed, with the
    • description given by the soul of his son. Even a scientist could
    • advancing fantastic notions; this certainty given by
    • against the scientific interpretations given in the two
    • a foreboding, or whether we give it any other name. But it is a
    • a different aspect, and ordinary consciousness simply gives them
    • dream. Allow me to give you a few indications which show how such
    • [Lectures given on the 25th and
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
    • whereas the eye only gives us a physical reflection of something
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Dornach on December 24, 1921,
    • side they tell of the revelation which was given to the poor
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • Given at Dornach
    • For a while they maintain the form given to them, but a corpse is
    • to have unconscious perceptions, but also to give unconscious
    • descending from above, something which really gives the world its
    • In these days I have given advice to people working in different
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Given at Dornach,
    • freedom, gives his being, as it were, weight, reality and life.
    • ever give him freedom. It may implant in him instincts which
    • track of the conceptions which might have given him satisfactory
    • which gives a meaning to history. The significant, peculiar fact
    • Nature, particularly in Goethe's meaning, if we give up
    • is given to him, he has the possibility to escape the danger of
    • light that gives man his place in the universe. We should
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • longer gives him a living essence, he is obliged, in the present
    • universe replied: God can become Man. This reply was given
    • more or less the following: It gives one a chilly feeling, as if
    • given by Anthroposophy; for then they remain something which has
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • From a lecture given at Vienna
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
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    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • Given at
    • God Who is introduced to man in the Old Testament gives to man, as
    • I give to the Earth evolution through my deeds bears fruit. It bears
    • nature. We ask a man we meet how old he is, and he gives as his age
    • which I shall now merely refer. What a man gives as his age at a
    • should be educated to this, for the Feast of Christmas has been given
    • has connected itself with Earth-man, so that man gives over to the
    • The following may give some idea of what the book is intended to
    • saying: ‘We give up our bodies and pass out into the thought of
    • but in his Christmas book he gives the answer: ‘These very
    • conscious of this when we give over the imprint of our higher man,
    • to birth of that which in the thoughts of man gives a meaning to the
    • give themselves over to feelings of happiness, or when they must feel
    • Concerning the vision of the spiritual which gives meaning to the
    • gives mine eyes the power
    • a vision of the spiritual which gives a meaning to the Earth. The
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Dornach, 19th December, 1915.
    • This lecture is number sixteen of nineteen, given in the years
    • A lecture given by
    • given by Rudolf Steiner in Berlin, December 19, 1915, has been
    • presented to us in the Old Testament gives one commandment to the
    • ourselves: I am placed into earthly evolution. What I give to earthly
    • you?” He gives his age as the years that have passed since his
    • with you. What a person gives as his age at a definite time of his
    • been given the festival of Christmas in addition to the Mystery of
    • itself with earthly man. He gives over to the earth the wood out of
    • anymore, but he does give an answer in his Christmas book:
    • must be active, coming to birth out of what gives meaning to the
    • to the spiritual gives meaning to the earth, I would like to share
    • perceiving the spiritual that gives meaning to the earth. It is not
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    • evil. Thus the spiritual teaching given by Zarathustra to his
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • retained something of the Isis-power and this Isis-power gives birth
    • now gives a materialistic interpretation to everything. The old Seers
    • to the oldest traditions, had given the original script of the Cosmic
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • If you give
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • before the first Goetheanum, the building to which he had given
    • This lecture by Rudolf Steiner was given in Stuttgart a few weeks
    • before the first Goetheanum, the building to which he had given
    • it is a lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Stuttgart, 4th December,
    • gives me great satisfaction to be able to speak to you today
    • lectures I have been permitted to give here. I spoke then about man's
    • woke. It is all given its right proportion — marvellous as this
    • birth. Within it is the faculty of remembering, so that it really gives
    • us our existence. That which gives us flesh and blood here on earth,
    • between death and a new birth gives us the faculty of memory. Over there
    • force of love on earth has given us as force for life after death. Thus
    • When we give out a sound or a note, to begin with the head is engaged.
    • gives memory, which plays into sound and tone: this comes from above.
    • breathing process that gives rise to speaking and singing — for
    • can give ear to what the tones express through their very nature, has a
    • through memory, with what he can give the world, through love, so it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • A Lecture given
    • This is the 1st of 16 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart,
    • Lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in Stuttgart 9 October, 1922.
    • Nachlassverwaltung. This lecture is the first of fourteen given
    • like to give you a picture of a very important region of the
    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
    • and how these then give rise in their union to the power with which the
    • of the same power that was formerly given from the Mysteries, by
    • whole of the organism, they require the stimulation that is given by the
    • of being within the cosmos. All such feelings, however, that are given
    • other when we are swimming, so do we need to give a direction to
    • Spiritual Science alone is able to give, because it unveils, in so far
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • remark that dogs give proof of a remarkably faithful memory;
    • Strauss wanted to give the world aa.sort of bible for the
    • hopeless, that during a lecture given in Breslau by Albert
    • nothing else; he sees that in both instances the teachers give
    • gives him strength to live his life. It shows him whence he
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • sentence which Shakespeare gives to the gloomy Hamlet:
    • explanation just shows that the definition of life given by
    • will not give up — only giving up what is necessary for
    • animal bodies. This gives one the notion that it is not
    • these experiences within the sphere give rise to the idea.
    • become a reality for him. Thus we can give the reason to the
    • give as our answer to the question as to the nature of life
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • discovers the etheric body, which gives life to the physical
    • workmen in a quarry break stone, this actually gives rise to
    • given over to death, did not another Ego work upon it, while
    • gives the minerals their form. The animals received their
    • hand, the animals are given their form, which enables him to
    • Plant-Ego. Your form, your shape however, is given to you by
    • gives us pictures which we should unite with our feelings.
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • given to the man born blind through the operation. A man becomes
    • illuminate life, give him power and security for his work and
    • by this truth. We could give hundreds of such truths that would
    • research in the past have always given to mankind the
    • insight given us a Spiritual Science, we can begin very
    • given that true teaching of evolution which says, that not
    • gives itself to the “eternal masculine.” The
    • his death was it given to humanity, and this humanity will
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • Given in Berlin, 24th of December, 1912.
    • from all the artistic value given to this figure by the power
    • Golgotha was still completely given up to the old heathen
    • touched by the Christ-Impulse, and who is given up to those
    • still far from the Christian faith, quite given up to the old
    • Was given up as I was; never one
    • to us how that which is given in this Child is so great, so
    • by touching what the world gives to men, but that which human
    • merriment the children were given ‘Saturnalia presents,’
    • take hold of us, of which we can learn when we give ourselves
    • which we give birth in our souls just on this evening and night
    • given to us — as though he comes into human evolution
    • poor shepherds. If to-day we seek to give birth to the
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • A Lecture given by
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    • which was then given to the thought of Natural Science will
    • be, in a certain sense, given to this of Spiritual Science in
    • originally given, but the traditional rendering gave the
    • must not ascribe to the word the meaning given to it to-day,
    • really the builder and strength-giver of the physical
    • heart. The description given by Aristotle of these currents
    • which give rise to similar language to-day. Galileo would not
    • Secondly, that a short time before, Copernicus had given a
    • of sense have to give him, he enters (forming the picture
    • wonderful the following thought is, to which Giordano gives
  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • A Lecture given by
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    • from Bn/GA 129. It was given on, and dedicated to, the anniversary
    • finally given rise to a considerable amount of scepticism and
    • that which can alone give a comprehensive view of the world
    • absorbed in the things lying open to us. Goethe can give us
  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • given herself up to it — if it had been fulfilled —
    • corn will grow on a given soil. He analyses the soil. He digs and
    • Psycho-Analysis, so called, gives ample opportunity to observe
    • of what appears upon the surface. Let me give you an example
    • might otherwise give rise.
    • gives the starting-point of infinitely much in our life.
    • given situations of our life. It battles against all that
    • connection with fresh human beings in a given life
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • spirit — diligent and productive withal. I give him
    • eyes. And so on one occasion he was given an important
    • given a more modern form. Meanwhile, however, while he
    • conducted brilliantly), — meanwhile, he has not given the
    • gives him an awful fright. He resolves once more to study the
    • records of the case. He has them given to him; but for three
    • — if you will forgive the hard saying — not to
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • want to see. We cannot give to our age any character we like;
    • Spiritual Science gives us certain ideas and concepts as
    • given, many people fall into the trap. How deeply significant,
    • give you an example from the most recent times in Europe,
    • General Secretary. I went there to give lectures; indeed, I was
    • Chinaman can give, now that in Europe herself they no longer
    • lecture, are given with a definite purpose, so that those who
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • part. In real truth, when they give themselves up to this
    • gives himself up to this inward illusion something
    • given: The religions are to blame — the religious faiths.
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • given many things, to reveal the Mystery of Golgotha in
    • great power over other men was given to a human being. This
    • thoughts were filled with Him — could give the thoughts
    • mysticism which declares, ‘I will give birth to Christ in
    • by means of the machine, and that is all. But to give oneself
    • negative superstition humanity to-day gives itself up
    • is to say, when he banishes the air from a given space? It is a
    • cosmos. Here you can see at once: even the vibrations are given
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    • This lecture was given at Basel in December of 1918, and is
    • two events, these earthly events of human life, give evidence
    • place in the world surely does not give occasion for lapsing
    • generalization as that given to it by the French Revolution,
    • must give to evolving humanity an explanation of these
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • that it gives strength and support to our lives. We can feel
    • come to him today from the new cosmic revelation, to give power
    • teaches us and gives us light regarding the Christmas thought,
    • path to the Kingdom where He abides to give us strength, where
    • He abides to give us light amid our darkness and helplessness
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    • This lecture was given at Cologne, Germany on Christmas day
    • A Lecture by Rudolf Steiner givenat Cologne on 25th
    • given in the three lower bodies: deaden it, not out of a desire
    • perfection. If you overcome what is given you in the three
    • How small is man! Oh would that he could give
    • He would have given all thou didst require;
    • Seemed but to give him joy and satisfaction.
    • festival, should give him will see in the growing power of the
    • shines through the earth, which gives it life and fruitfulness,
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    • the brief sketch I have given you, has evolved. We can look into a
    • give heed to them. He would then see that there are certain entities,
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    • whose activity is expressed in this physical form must give some
    • not given the brain its present form. Beings such as these are able
    • definitions. The authors must of necessity give different
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    • and confirms what people have learnt at school. I could also give you
    • responsible, but which gives him the occasion to incarnate in a
    • field of perception. This should give to some extent an insight into
    • Then follows the influence of the Spirit of the Age who gives his
    • turn give them to the Angels who transmit them to the separate
    • the Age detached a portion of the people at a given moment and then
    • the reason why mankind is divided into races. That which gives man
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    • life man has to give back what he received during the first, the
    • childhood; the centre in Asia corresponds to those which give man the
    • and needs explaining: the translator did not give an accurate
    • post-Atlantean civilization, to which we have already given due
    • forces of youth, but is given over to the hardening forces of old
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    • concert, I would like to give you an example and would ask you to
    • It was for this reason that they were given their name. Behind them
    • speaks of the Sun, not as the giver of light, but when he says:
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    • lecture-course was given in Dusseldorf, in April 1909, and was
    • Hierarchies in the lecture-course given at Dusseldorf, in which a
    • comprehensive picture was given of the cosmic activity of the three
    • our knowledge: Nevertheless from the indications given in the last
    • Ethiopian race. Everything which gives the Ethiopian race its
    • give it a definite form. In this indirect way the abnormal Spirits of
    • mysteries, which give us a deep insight into the wise guidance of all
    • Nine lectures given in Munich, 23rd – 29th August, 1909.]
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    • spirit of the lectures given here in the last few days you will be
    • substance.] to give it its correct name. This
    • given up to the impulses of the Folk Spirit. At the time when the
    • given other tasks, into the hands of others. We have already
    • composition and characteristic development, gives a deeper or clearer
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    • which Odin acquired the power to give the gift of language to the
    • Spirit in the spiritual life of the Teutonic peoples. What gives the
    • Anthroposophy we are given a description of the events which took
    • I only wanted to give an idea of how the Germanic peoples awakened to
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    • is given to seeing everything in relation to the ‘I’, to
    • powers which give us an external, false Picture of the world and
    • only give indications of this Luciferic influence outside the
    • Eleven lectures given in Hamburg, May
    • man, although externally it gives the same impression.
    • awful grandeur peculiar to Teutonic mythology. I can only give
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    • Group Soul was given the name “Sif “. This is the name of
    • the peoples in other regions of Europe had already been given other
    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
    • could be given to European civilization only by the ancient Celtic
    • simply the precipitation of what the God Thor had given to the human
    • China with what had once existed in former times. I can give only the
    • their whole culture gives the impression of being in a preparatory
    • mythology. We should give a false impression of these Eastern
    • Northern and Eastern Europe. I wished to give you an indication of
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    • lectures which I was able to give here will recall that once upon a
    • will understand the account Tacitus gives of the Goddess Nerthus
    • Germania. See also the lecture given by Rudolf Steiner
    • legends which give intimations of the birth of physical man. Njordr
    • give and which the human soul transcends, is in conflict with that
    • given from out of the Earth forces themselves to the ‘I’,
    • to give birth to a new clairvoyance. The power given by the old
    • given to man again. Vidar who is part of the heritage of Northern and
    • future mission. Only vague intimations of his image have been given.
    • of the Gods we realize that Teutonic mythology gives promise of
    • has sometimes been said that the name we give to the greatest Being
    • should be given the name of Buddha, we should unhesitatingly abide by
    • Germanic countries, but of the whole of humanity. What is given to
    • all mankind must be given; it may, it is true, originate in a
    • particular region, but it must be given to the whole of humanity. We
    • disposal, the more the better. I have no qualms. All that is given
    • been given out of the sources Of the Rosicrucian Mystery will
    • take it for granted that the communications given out from
    • life, you can test what is given out from the sources of
    • because it is given to them to preserve and nurture old and new
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    • have not been given merely as a sort of embellishment of our
    • able to give them a spiritual science which meets these conditions if
    • our spiritual-scientific studies. Once upon a time it was given to
    • Menelaus, Odysseus, were given to mankind, then under its influence
    • given a sacerdotal-religious character in sacrifice to the higher
    • One pole of modern European spiritual life was given in the revival
    • before you the feelings which prompted us to give pride of place, at
    • what we are given as dramatic art in the world outside; it is easy to
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • to which I now give expression.
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    • I tried to give you some idea of the way the Greeks thought about the
    • behind it. To give you some idea of this, let me just mention one
    • Science is allowed to penetrate into our civilisation. It can give a
    • at work today in the human being without his being able to give a
    • spiritual world. The same forces of Nature which have given me my
    • forces give me also the power of clairvoyance; just as I breathe, so
    • form his own clairvoyant faculty, but both these things were given to
    • compact, than the bodies of those men who were still able to give
    • of old was a law-giver, giving law which did not flash up into
    • given them the laws which continue to live in human morality.
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    • this course of lectures I hope to be able to give you a survey of some
    • how the threads all hang together. In the two lectures just given I dwelt
    • very short-sighted, it scarcely gives a thought to anything beyond
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • us take these two things, the macrocosm which gives birth to the
    • microcosmic substance, the astral body, we can give an answer in
    • very simple. If anyone were to give you a dish containing peas and
    • completely with chalk. That gives us to start with one of the
    • which I have filled in with chalk ... would give the ratio of the
    • filled in with chalk). If you give yourself in meditation to this
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    • In order to give an account of this difference we have to introduce
    • Impulse, seek to give to humanity for their inspiration everything
    • This gives you the
    • pantheism which gives out that all Nature is permeated with a uniform
    • after the Mystery of Golgotha, the Spirit to whom we rightly give the
    • forces of hindrance, to which we must not give the name of the
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    • entirely to the principle of the Elohim, is completely given up to
    • could give them in their Atlantean incarnations. Yet if we are
    • these Greek gods could still give to men, there was one thing they
    • could not give; they could not give the ego-consciousness which man
    • principle of creation. They could not give ego-consciousness to men,
    • figure which the Greeks depicted in such a way as to give expression
    • Poseidon or of Pluto could not directly give me, something with which
    • had a peculiar feeling towards what the elder Dionysos could give
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • holding sway in the universe, of which Greek mythology gives us such
    • wonderfully what is given in the magnificent pictures of the old
    • dismembered Dionysos was given to Semele, a mortal, and resulted in
    • as intellectual culture, consider the mental content of what is given
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • life, and we shall get no further unless we give some thought to this
    • example is given, and the perception of human physical bodies, of
    • soul has given a graphic answer to this world-riddle quite in
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    • tribulations, we must first give some thought to what modern
    • something was given to man in the Mysteries which had nothing to do
    • Spiritual Science which are given here, a different style, a
    • tradition has given us as the external appearance of Dionysos, who is
    • Middle Ages (Maria in modern times), I have been able to give just a
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    • gives him premonitions of it but no more. He begins to suspect that
    • because he gives rein to these premonitions, it is because he allows
    • treasure out of the unconscious? We give it a different form from the
    • we give it back again to the gods in the form which it has acquired
    • noble heritage which the gods have given us, so that they may share
    • given the right treatment, you can see salt-crystals crystallise out
    • again into connection with the physical brain and give it an impress
    • gods themselves in the depths of our life-body we are unable to give
    • a being. Imagine that we were to give birth to our thoughts as
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    • give to Mary the yellow robe of the Magdalene! Why not? Because the
    • surface and gives us knowledge of only the tiniest important part of
    • all higher development that our souls never need give up, but can
    • it may be only after a long time that spiritual revelation gives to
    • given at Carlsruhe a few weeks later, Dr. Steiner repeatedly
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • self-knowledge such as is given by esoteric training a man tries to
    • but give way to them. Again and again we become gripped by a will of
    • me give you an example.
    • is only meant to give a slight indication of how it is possible to
    • give us plenitude in place of emptiness.
    • dimly surmise, but it gives us the strength to say that in the end we
    • instance, if anyone were to say, ‘Since you have given us your
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Berlin
    • preceding ages too give the impression as if they were themselves pointing
    • not necessary for man to withdraw from sense impressions or to give
    • given conditions, but was as natural as sense perception.
    • to all that the spirit might intuitively hold when giveing itself up
    • of Florence then? In the first place the inhabitants give the impression
    • his soul flow creations which give a new form to Christian conceptions
    • to work upon us, none of this can give a true picture of the whole essence
    • to the loftiest spiritual heights if we can give ourselves up —
    • of the Sun, all that is radiant and spring-like. This gives us a glimpse
    • does not express the mystery of existence in ideas, but senses and gives
    • and was given up to outer pomp and show, just as Greek paganism was
    • bestowed. They rather give birth to a feeling of hope, because they
    • give any conception of what Raphael's magic once charmed on those walls.
    • poems.” What Raphael has given to the outer world however will
    • in which thoughts such as have been given today may grow into seeds.
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart
    • A Lecture given by
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart
    • or philological laboratory! For the deep explanation had been given
    • need to calculate the various mathematical problems which he gives to
    • in every subject, but if he was given an arithmetical example —
    • order to solve a problem which has been set. The horse may be given
    • it will be sufficient to give the animal a tip, if we have trained it
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Helsingfors
    • A Lecture given by
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Helsingfors
    • to you that I cannot give my lecture in the language of this country.
    • The fact of this lecture being given is in response to the wish of the
    • to give a series of lectures lasting a fortnight, and who had the idea
    • was qualified to give an opinion whether or not the military point of
    • which I could never state to give pleasure in the way of flattery. We
    • say aims at something to which in our present day few can give their
    • in this matter; he takes care not to confuse what imagination gives
    • that in the powers which are given by the third super-sensible divine being,
    • secrets of mankind appear in that which Väinemöinen gives,
    • and so on. And that was given when those powers spoke to mankind which
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    • and dying; but he must not, as he does in summer, give himself over
    • same time it gives occasion for the Ahrimanic power to draw near to
    • the power of iron into the power of Michael-iron, which gives man
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    • solid earth underfoot, which in spring gives rise to all that we
    • give substance to the roots and enable them to act as the earthly
    • gives us back to the cosmos, so to speak, the stars have their own
    • account of the evolution of the Earth given in my
    • countenance and bearing must give expression to this
    • down we come to the Moon-like, salt-forming forces, given outward
    • portray, a little higher up, that which gives expression to the
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    • Earth is given over to the cosmos, lives with the cosmos. And in
    • spring-limestone makes on them gives them the idea that after all
    • give up these hopes. But the world is not just as human beings
    • given in Basle, 21st December, 1916. Printed in
    • the communications about ways of healing which are given in the
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    • kind of sleeping Nature-life is given form. But in this sleeping
    • much value at its present stage. But the heavens at midsummer give
    • give it the same name by which it was known then. We can say: In
    • see how the silver given by the Earth to the cosmos returns as gold,
    • for then an impression is given that such an idea, or picture,
    • be given life by the musical tones that embody the poetic motif which
    • forth. All this would have to be given voice in the music, so that in
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    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • Raphael, the great cosmic physician, can give to mankind. For
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
    • Here is a beneficent healing force which I can give to man in
    • is all the same whether we now give the name of Raphael, or Mercury,
    • each the Whole its substance gives,
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    • ideas and thoughts he gives very little evidence of
    • have given birth not only to what claims to be Christian but
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    • way. Forgive me if I here interpose a personal remark. I must
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    • is not easy to put these things into words which give
    • From a Lecture-Course given here
    • And yet, what an impulse has been given! But these things are
    • clearly. The other four Gospels give little indication of this
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    • from that time in his life of which indications have been given
    • him to give these astounding answers. It was because everything
    • time to give those astounding answers. We know too that after
    • answers he had given in the temple. They saw in him the future
    • “Bath-Kol” was the name given to that mysterious
    • Not only had he been able in his twelfth year to give
    • entered the Order must give to it all his worldly possessions.
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    • senses. He was given up as hopeless. And indeed for days he
    • once given birth to the Jesus child of St. Luke's Gospel.
    • realm I will give thee all the beauty and the glory contained
    • through what I can give to thee, thou wilt be able to dispense
    • among those who observed the moral precepts given by Hillel or
    • into a supplication: “Give us this day our Daily
    • others incurred,” He transposed into: “Forgive us
    • our trespasses as we forgive them that trespass against
    • teachings given by Christ Jesus to His disciples.
    • narratives selected is rather to give you an idea of its
    • a long time that the teaching I give is tainted by every kind
    • in a watered-down form to America, where he has given out a
    • given in good faith, as it should be treated. Take it with you,
    • given here in connection with the Fifth Gospel in such a way
    • given — who has won great respect simply because he is
    • thinking must be changed, must be given another direction!
    • greeting I should like to give, particularly at the end of this
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    • given by RUDOLF STEINER
    • understanding and forgiveness; if we make the effort of wishing to
    • to give us is able to help us in opening ourselves towards life, in
    • like to give you from another point of view an idea of what can be
    • are given over to the universe. But if we perceive a human
    • carried away by their desires, who give themselves up to the life of
    • give to Lucifer. We have seen how what is of the nature of courage
    • physical world is given its direction by the spiritual world; how,
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • subjective to what was given by experiment and the observation
    • data given us by observation and experiment, and to work them
    • life. For the reason already given, we cannot make this detour
    • given by someone expert in the field, and in which no
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • man's death, is given over to the general process of nature, so
    • suggested yesterday, we can gradually give the mere life of
    • give us any information about any kind of outside world, not
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • at a given point from what lies a little farther upstream, but
    • a complete picture of the particular features of a given epoch.
    • remember what we have experienced in the world from a given
    • someone who speaks out of the spiritual world gives a lecture
    • that has just been given: what is always being forgotten must
    • opportunity later to give evidence from natural science for
    • today is given us by speech.
    • this thinking that is given us by speech is also the thinking
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • looking at much that I have already outlined than to give a
    • under a microscope, and gives rise to notions that could only
    • great non-being, maya. But this in turn gives a particular
    • on matter, has given rise to the view that historical reality
    • here in Central Europe, I would rather not give my own opinion
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • will have gathered, from the lectures I have given so far, what
    • bearing on this point could be given.
    • given process of knowing nature, at this point it really goes
    • knowledge; and what it gives back to us as a result of this
    • believing that man resembled the rough sketch anatomy gives of
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • a link between the lectures I have given already and those I
    • have still to give.
    • The only thing is that, given the particular way men look at
    • and if I had to expound them all, it would not, given the
    • — one that seeks to give the child of this age, not
    • have an inner growth. Only then shall we give the child not
    • me give an example — not in order to say anything for or
    • to give him ethical and moral strength, which operate more
    • technology gives us, gain moral impulses as earlier men
    • consciously, a spiritual life that will give the same impulses
    • of ideals and social needs. We need something that will give us
    • strength to follow the ideals, and give us inner life to make
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • has given up seeing crude polytheism deep down in all
    • earth, and that ultimately no man should give orders unless he
    • spirit, the soul that is to give them. Impulses initially felt
    • impulses that inform them. For the description often given
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • groupings that are not given us by nature, but must be derived
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • then any given institution can serve the same purpose, more or
    • given institution might be different. Instead, I argued that a
    • hearts with it and give them something that touches their
    • usually given, as something superficial. In particular,
    • given rise to views which for the most part have already died
    • eat. How their eyes light up when you give them something that
    • of people here. This also gives us the ground on which Europe
    • constant repetition of a given exercise. We know the effect of
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    • Given during the East-West Congress of 1922 in Vienna, these
    • the second half gives the impulse to right action.
    • appeal to human nature. It could not have been otherwise, given
    • That is what made me give in to my friends and write the book I
    • Under what conditions are men really in a position to give
    • have given this simply by way of illustration, but it really
    • put into practice the wisest designs and establish, in a given
    • a given year will have changed so greatly, twenty years later,
    • somehow arrive at what is actually the law in a given sphere.
    • form must be given a content; the economic element must
    • find that for a given period — every period is different
    • current. The God of the Orient, universal legislator and giver
    • of programmes, of guiding principles in any given area of life!
    • this sum can represent any given object in the economy or even
    • gives rise to crises. It may also happen, however, that too
    • other hand to give rise to crises because capitalism results in
    • each gives of his best, and where what is done springs from the
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the
    • A Lecture given by
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the
    • which in any case was formerly more general — can therefore give
    • gives the expectancy of physical death, the condition we are considering
    • within our spiritual scientific stream, and thereby given some part of
    • to give you at this turning point of the year is concluded.
    • lecture given January 3, 1915: “Beings of the Future Jupiter
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    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the
    • A Lecture given by
    • The following lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach on the
    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • with that which gives the expectancy of physical death, the
    • thereby given some part of our human nature to pythic or prophetic
    • give you at this turning point of the year is concluded.
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    • reference to the life of philosophy, and give a brief sketch of
    • schein) of the super-sensible, it thereby gives many people the
    • offer no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned
    • he gives himself over to no possibility of deception. One can
    • we carry in our souls. Now, if one gives oneself to such a
    • gives an uplift to one's concept of the World; 600 years after
    • we have attempted to do in the course of lectures given this
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • the metaphysical explanation given about the orderings of
    • reality which alone can give an existence worthy of man on
    • Earth, that can be given by Positive Science alone, according
    • the Positivistic Church of Comte gives, one actually gets the
    • itself. I cannot even give you any idea now of its structure,
    • of human beings. The study of Auguste Comte gives a very
    • something which can give us an important starting point
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    • This public lecture, given on October 26, 1905, was translated from
    • given on October 26,1905, was translated from German by John
    • something so comprehensive is given that without it today we
    • human heart, in the soul, and in fact give this soul the
    • After these introductory words let us give a few indications
    • about what has given our social question, as it arises from the
    • income? It is what we give them for what they do for us. We are
    • comprehensible why this or that was felt as a need in any given
    • give them what they need—in completely free activity.
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    • which gives its form the appearance of growing out of the
    • has such an inner vitality as to be able to give birth to forms
    • much opportunity was given of connecting the building on the
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    • Two Addresses given 22nd and
    • highest contemporary Science was given to the Natural Science
    • an external objective truth with that representation given by the
    • shall therefore have to give a moment to the content of this little
    • The Ferryman continues: ‘Now you give me the extra
    • the surface she notices that she gives off a peculiar light in a
    • river, you can cross over on the shadow. The shadow gives enough
    • No one will doubt that these words are not meant to give
    • what the Man in the subterranean Temple had said and that gives the
    • The Old Woman now gives the Pug to the Lily. The Lily
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    • made to similar explanations which I have given: ‘We are not
    • explanations which I shall give you. For it is as true that we must
    • to-day, and being what he is he can give unequivocal judgment on all
    • higher such capabilities as we have on a given level of existence. It
    • but only a wisdom and truth belonging to a given stage of evolution.
    • given the average feeling and will in man to-day, they cannot be
    • representation. There are regions of the idea-life which give us
    • are not yet so far as to be able to give themselves up purely to what
    • given him by the three
    • gives us mastery over ourselves without liberating us, leads us into
    • wisdom there, and takes it in and then gives it out again
    • soul-condition. What he gives us in the Will-o'-the-Wisps represents
    • Goethe gives us also an example of how one is to work on the
    • laid on the universality in Goethe which gives the reason why we
    • hours but for three weeks on it. So I can give you only the deeper
    • religion, the Lamp of Religion gives no light. It can shine only
    • only give the method of explanation. Bury yourselves in the story,
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    • Two Addresses given 11nth and
    • Goethe was aware that in this work he had given the contents of his
    • and at the same time that which gives freedom, dignity and
    • self-dependence. All this is given in the second part of Faust as
    • that an outer knowledge could give him, in many ways a mere jumble
    • can only give me dry, empty ideas; anything that can be squeezed
    • path given them through religion. Faust lived during this time in
    • religion and theology, who had given himself up to an endeavour,
    • this figure of Faust was little adapted to give more than his
    • give an approximate answer respecting what was poured in his
    • given to man, when he has to say to himself: ‘Thou art
    • through his ‘Faust’ when he says that if man gives
    • not given in the fragment which appeared in 1790; Goethe kept it
    • because it contains so many warnings. It also gives us that
    • is only now that I can give it as truth.’ So we see how this
    • reached an advanced age, was he able to give a true form to what
    • announcement of Western spiritual science given in imposing
    • its true home. It will give us the answer to what Goethe placed as
    • the riddle of his existence and about which he gives us such
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    •  From plunge to plunge in thousand streams't is given,
    • of ‘Faust’ Many lectures would have to be given, if we
    • which lets nothing count but the physical, gives rise to such
    • which give rise to the whole deeper development of men. Faust
    • which one finds everywhere, filling the soul when it gives
    • gives rise to the sense-world. He arrives at the stage where the
    • love. Eros will complete the whole. Thales gives the advice:
    • give him false feelings and sensations concerning what he
    • scales, where Faust gives himself absolutely to the spiritual,
    • he describes as a ‘hideous worm.’ When a soul has given
    • in which an example was given of how man
    • While he here gives utterance to the thought of his
    • Science can give it. It is not for nothing that Goethe makes that
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • I should like to give
    • not give themselves up to abstractions as we do. To experience
    • give myself over to the impulses of Saturn. Thus man felt in
    • with the earth. ‘We give over to the earth what our head has
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • will. He is entirely given up to the Divine-spiritual world.
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • give to man that which brings him to powers of reflection.
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • have given you a picture of two personalities, — the one
    • wisdom-teaching of the Atlantean peoples. Let me give you a
    • the senses is an illusion, that what the senses give is
    • this was given in order that the human being, through
    • I can only give them here in outline — he was able to
    • history gives to-day of the doings of Alexander and Aristotle,
    • description is given after the following style. When
    • gives us of the campaigns of Alexander, attributing to them
    • wanted to-day to give you a picture of what was living in those
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • Aristotle had still to give to Alexander the Great. An
    • was possible, because through the knowledge that was given in
    • of our nature, through the air that gives rise to the breathing
    • them. The Earth it is that has lent them root, and has given
    • receives it and gives it root. The human being felt as though
    • let these take root in her, had even given of her own substance
    • they had to give them from the treasures of Heaven. In the
    • East what Greece had to give for the progress of mankind, so
    • give rise to false conceptions. But if you will study
    • you, it will give you a true insight into the hidden workings
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • have to give a new orientation to our whole thought and
    • given you a brief description, were two Statues that worked
    • spirit, and you will find that each gives you quite a different
    • spiritual revelations should be given.
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • skin. But whilst substance is thus given off, other substance
    • the words and gives them their content. We ask first: what
    • only becomes the same again when I give it off in the form of
    • many things. To-day I have only been able to give you small
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • the sign of that painful memory. The lecture I was able to give
    • lecture that was given here a year ago.
    • is this that gives the peculiar colouring to all history that
    • substance of a prolonged instruction given by that master in
    • intimation would be given to them: You must seek out a place
    • given in these humble and secluded haunts. It is indeed unknown
    • Who have to speak to modern humanity, was given to us in the
    • for the last time it was given to me to stand on the platform
    • perforce to give over to the elements. And may our hearts be
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    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
    • Anthroposophical Movement, you will allow me to give this
    • Some little time ago it was still possible for me to give
    • newspaper report of one of the lectures I had given in Berlin.
    • well give rise to a sense of great responsibility. And here in
    • spiritual world which gives the certainty that in Dornach there
    • something that gives impulses from a new corner of the
    • Light that gives Warmth
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    • A single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Basel on April 9th 1923.
    • A single lecture given by Rudolf Steiner at Basel on April 9th 1923.
    • to give here in Basel, in this same hall, for many years past.
    • officially given to the Building by friends of the cause. I
    • that what was originally given by Goethe would be cultivated in
    • With regard to these opinions, which I have given only in part,
    • the outer sense-reality give to him, certainly at some time the
    • observation gives us certainty about how the dream works. When
    • This may give courage, to begin with, to seek certain
    • the desire, or the love, he had. While mere recollection gives
    • body in the physical life, that the body gives him the
    • united with what father and mother give at birth, he sees the
    • pursues it as if he were required to give account of the use he
    • need only meet the more or less well-given descriptions of it
    • To illustrate this, let me give a personal experience.
    • flames, flames that give more life than ever. And all that life
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    • thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as personalities.
    • can alone give man the possibility of feeling himself an historical
    • is awoke, is given over to an illusion. As we have seen, when he is
    • which one takes in ones hand and gives blows with it; so should we
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • give themselves over to a deception of consciousness which
    • bound up with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • given for the Ideals of modern humanity to become the external
    • to give compensation for what has been lost. But time itself
    • the metaphysical order of administration is given us in the word
    • Concerning this point, humanity to-day gives way to a colossal
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    • This is lecture 1 of 13 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach
    • This is lecture 1 of 13 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach
    • initiation gives us concerning man's so-called evolution
    • sleeping and waking of the earth This gives us a living
    • further with our thought into what spiritual science gives.
    • namely, that it is necessary for us to give a new form to the
    • to give.
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    • Whoever strives in the sense of what is given in
    • laborious process of inner development he gradually gives a
    • experience that general experience which only gives him the
    • again and again, that when it is given out, spiritual
    • necessary preparation, could give more than what takes place
    • man will not have finally to give account. People loved ever
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    • This is the fourth of thirteen lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in
    • December 1915 and January 1916. They were given at various cites in
    • This is the fourth of thirteen lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in
    • December 1915 and January 1916. They were given at various cites in
    • elementary moral instruction given to man in ancient
    • and the too-little. Aristotle here gives a definition of
    • Mysteries, it was possible for him to give the precise
    • this lecture was given Dr. Steiner has changed the English term to
    • understand that it has been given us so as to enable us to
    • there are who will not receive anything that is given out of
    • give to the world, evolution may go forward in the right way.
    • it. But if we give to the world what can be given to it
    • given to mankind as original virtue.
    • forces merely to give himself pleasure, cuts himself off from
    • are very much given to sampling the two extremes, they swing
    • gives rise to wonder, astonishment and faith. It is always
    • actions and his moral attitude a person gives something to
    • his brethren, he gives at the same time to Christ. This
    • wonder, are — because we give it at the same time to
    • give them a basis. For the thought: “Through your
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    • contemporary culture could not give him, found in Herder a
    • Faust as if he had given us an ideal of humanity.”
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    • talents. It is more difficult with the things he has given to
    • necessary to give such form to these scenes would have been
    • sleep? — the answer is given: Because he is tired. This is a
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    • the description we generally give in spiritual science is that
    • scientific facts. But the truth is that we give only a part of
    • system and that in the waking state the possibility is given to
    • deal of attention was then given to the investigation of what
    • that when he was given a problem in addition to which he had to
    • given up the practice of medicine as he did and later, thanks
    • did not have to give them anymore. Imagine that things would be
    • evening before a lecture I was to give on Boehme,
    • of how what is often given little value on earth is so little
    • through what gives him pleasure in it, but through what is
    • and over again, it certainly does not give him or her any
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    • of freedom now given to man toward forging his external destiny
    • — and this freedom will constantly increase — was not given
    • those who are born from now on will give indications of their
    • reveal that the answers given did not correspond with the
    • this is not important — that gives orders, that calls him.
    • direction to human evolution can only be given by concrete
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    • it is not content with what conscious experiences give to the
    • of what they are represented to be. I will give you an example
    • connected with one's occupation. So I will give an illustration
    • thus, however, mistakenly be given a vocation similar to that
    • group of forces gives him form; these come more from the
    • family. By that fact alone the basis is given for much in our
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    • personalities. I will give you an example. A small brochure has
    • of what gives continuing life to our fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • was a competent jurist. Well, the effort was made to give him a
    • government ministry, could not take it amiss when he was given
    • it is quite impossible. But intimations must be given in one
    • do so. But I ask you to give the most earnest attention to this
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    • is the title I should like to give these lectures
    • portion of spiritual science that can be given publicly
    • give a most stupid example. It might be said, for instance,
    • little more concealed than those I have given. Moreover,
    • in even by the example I have given. It is profoundly
    • also give the impression that he is speaking from profound
    • gradually give up the lectures because they do not have the right
    • possible today to gain a conception that gives us the
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    • the course of a certain life in order that I may give you an
    • manner, I want to give you an opportunity to experience this
    • drive himself so hard. He had to give many private lessons,
    • keenness and versatility, might give a more definite answer to
    • give lectures and to render service, no one in a republic can
    • although I rather discourage than seek to give many such
    • for me to acquire a sufficient sum of money to give me any
    • and had been given the names of the four princes of the house, even
    • now given you a factual account of the life of a human being.
    • “These persons should not be given the opportunity to earn
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    • descriptions given by such people, no matter how lofty they may
    • to give you from a work of fiction
    • given over completely into the power of the other person. These
    • be brought about by means of it. But to give oneself up to such
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    • answer to this objection can be given by everyone by saying
    • understand the reasons from many suggestions I have given here,
    • extention wished to attain to the Light-giver and Ruler of the
    • Forgive me if I mention in this connection something that
    • remember who it was — to give him esoteric exercises, which he
    • them; in fact, he gives up on all his endeavors after a short
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    • Here we have three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in August of
    • Egyptian people. He gives these men instruction also
    • the reason why a double name has to be given — I have
    • already given indications of this — the double name
    • science will surely give us. The time is too grave for
    • give you diagrammatically something of a preparatory nature
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    • Here we have three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in August of
    • fully grasp it, would give you a picture, a correct
    • real thoughts, that have given the world its present form,
    • we have gone in this our twentieth century, men have given
    • themselves up to many illusions. They are given over to
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    • Here we have three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in August of
    • some kind of property. It can also happen that you have given
    • another diagram. Take the following: forgive me if I am
    • gives this part of him.
    • the soul-sphere, of the soul-land, has been given the name
    • of liking and disliking which I should have to give to the
    • the spirits of wisdom. That gives us arms and hands, legs and
    • my arms and hands, my feet and legs are given over to the
    • friends, what I have just given you in outline are concrete
    • given, for a more atavistic perception, it is true, in the
    • gives a great political survey of how social conditions ought
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    • Address given by Dr. Steinerat a Social
    • present day, one could only give up all hope of any personal
    • hundred years should give rise to this belief in an
    • meat. But when a human being in a given situation does
    • tone, as really to give one the impression of inward truth
    • in economic life, and so on. If one altogether neglects however to give
    • various branches of business; and this gives the means of
    • Oswald Spengler have given us a picture of, in his book
    • “I know that I give people pleasure by sending them
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    • Address given by Dr. Steinerat a Study
    • give out No. 1 again just as before, and then all the
    • easy-going to give their minds to the necessity of really
    • age of man, less given to sleep. And these small Few it was,
    • give in and follow the suggestion. For such a suggestion
    • the attempts that have been made, and give them a different
    • be, to give up his job and take to the business of a
    • direction of reality than — forgive me for saying! — the one
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    • of Man. Lecture given at Basel, Switzerland, January 12, 1916)
    • approaches to the problems. As is usual in these lectures given
    • scientist of spirit first must give an idea as to how he
    • the usual processes of knowledge. He therefore has to give an
    • than a help. Therefore by way of introduction let me give you
    • tune. I did not give much attention to the tune then, for I was
    • the strengthened self before us, for our experience now gives
    • I have given here, I would nevertheless like to mention in
    • the life that we lived before entering the body given to us by
    • we give ourselves over to intuitive actions, we are then
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    • Nature of Anthroposophy. Lecture given at Elberfeld, Germany,
    • give a brief picture of the views that Karl Lamprecht came to,
    • based solely on the understanding and intellect. He gives many
    • From this brief description I have given you can see how an
    • rejection of his approach in a lecture cycle given in
    • about history in general, where he gives his opinion as
    • in conclusion I would like to give a few examples of
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    • given at Stuttgart, Germany, April 24, 1918)
    • not exist without it, that the thinking is given something it
    • approach to life when I now give you a further illustration.
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    • Being. Lecture given at Zurich, Switzerland, October 9, 1916)
    • by itself attempts to go from the sense-given data to the
    • cannot give them. They turn to what is called mysticism or
    • impressions of the senses, and also through the guidance given
    • contemplated as those impulses, which give us our
    • abilities, that which gives us, from within, our moral powers,
    • can give one's attention to such meditation and concentration
    • knowledge;” it gives us only our subjective inner being
    • is the power of love which in ordinary life gives men a value
    • will give one example for this spiritual perception within
    • Anthroposophy can give into immediate educational skills; it is
    • provides a real knowledge of man, it gives a spiritual
    • expression. For that body of knowledge, given in external
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    • Lecture given at Stuttgart, Germany, April 25, 1918)
    • Now, first of all, I must give an idea of what this
    • is the flashing of the will into our minds that gives us our
    • world they give, he immerses himself in its inner life, the
    • we pursue the methods actively and energetically that are given
    • give a few examples — that he has strengthened an image
    • clearly in the examples I have given.
    • valid, this opinion is properly conceived, I can give it my
    • long time. I will give an example of how this can be supported
    • Today one is forgiven least of all for saying such a thing as
    • Forgive me if I say something personal once more, but it is
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    • performance of Eurhythmy, given at Dornach, December 12th, 1920.
    • performance of Eurhythmy, given at Dornach, December 12th, 1920.
    • given at Dornach, December 12, 1920.
    • attempt to give a performance of Eurhythmy. It is not my
    • they miming. Eurhythmy as we here give it cannot therefore be
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    • This is the fourteenth of fifteen lectures given by Rudolf Steiner
    • This is the fourteenth of fifteen lectures given by Rudolf Steiner
    • a course given in Christiania. So this inherited Wisdom was a
    • work of art absolutely gives the deeper, true, content of the
    • the example I have already given you, which is a very
    • we attempt to give Spiritual treasure to humanity to-day. And
    • time. They have objected that the first counsels given there
    • them. They are right. right The first counsels given
    • from the teachings which are given in such a bitter way
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    • This lecture is the 8th of 18 lectures given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner at
    • This lecture is the 8th of 18 lectures given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner at
    • chief beings who dwell on a planetary-cosmic body at a given
    • that whenever we give ourselves to the sense world, then,
    • death, we have a special inclination to give ourselves up to
    • as a desire, which has remained, to give ourselves utterly up
    • human beings who give themselves up so willingly to a
    • will, which will give him the power henceforth to find the
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    • alternate translation), were given by Rudolf Steiner in September of
    • or new to say to you today, but it is essential to give a
    • lecture given by me to the employees of the Daimler works but
    • out of the living spirit will not give an academic lecture.
    • which superficially had the ring of much that I give
    • given pointed, very pointed emphasis. Here in this sphere are
    • the things that have to be given such emphasis. For we are
    • has to give the higher beings new materiel to engage upon, by
    • is mentioned. It needs to be given out so that people may be
    • can see for this is that they have so entirely given up
    • given — and if you don't think about it you can let it
    • to be given out, to succeed in finding an echo in the hearts
    • side of a tree is photographed then to give a complete
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    • alternate translation), were given by Rudolf Steiner in September of
    • going to give you a kind of comprehensive survey; that is the
    • illustration and so shall give no name. It says that this man
    • Spirit gives no sort of academic lecture! In academic
    • give their personal opinions to their hearere. But a man who
    • give any weight to discussions from such quarters except of
    • is to be given — how the material is to be treated.
    • official paper gives well-meaning instruction, in all
    • science, to give it out, just because one realises the urgent
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    • alternate translation), were given by Rudolf Steiner in September of
    • in that way,is given out. In that Look I gave as mush as is
    • given us by the senses, and on the other side, by our desires
    • such a training as is given in The Way of Initiation
    • nowadays that when the occultist gives out his experiences
    • what is, for example given in my Outline of Occult
    • getting men who would realise that reality is only given by
    • given by spiritual science, although they would readily
    • has not occurred to students as yet to give the same kind of
    • I will give
    • information, in order to be in a position to give his lecture
    • and then to give it our authoritatively. Such a thing as this
    • of depth there is behind that which is given us, and told us.
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    • This lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner in July of 1920 at
    • This lecture was given by Rudolf Steiner in July of 1920 at
    • give himself up to material life to such an extent that he
    • given. But it is of course only through Spiritual Science
    • give this kind of education is to prepare for the application
    • crystal gives itself its form. Within the crystal there is
    • downwards — the force which gives the whole Earth form.
    • And now think of the oceans and seas. Here the Earth can give
    • form, or rather the element of gravity gives the form. This
    • very same force also gives the crystal its form but in this
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    • or what is given in any other way by the sense world alone.
    • given greater prominence. This something, a potentiality in
    • sides being formed alike. But when this has been given
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • gives an impression of something welling up out of the light,
    • give much satisfaction — because blue is always treated
    • give you only an indication of these things. It is clear,
    • life this is suppressed. Because the eye is given this
    • the eye, it is this that is given form by the sculptor.
    • spiritually given her over to death, we have taken something
    • is in life, we would not give shape in our picture to what it
    • give a comprehensive picture of man's relation to art when
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    • matter what name may be given to the process. The nature of
    • into the surging tones. Hardly anything gives one a truer and
    • obliged to give body to the mental picture, so too is the
    • has given rise to such fantastic speculation about the way in
    • flesh-colour gives the effect of rest, repose; to the seer it
    • gives form to the spoken word by greater or less emphasis, by
    • that he has first to give form; what is important is how he
    • forces and gives them form through sound and tone. If we
    • be raised upwards and given form.
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    • The Foundation Stone Meditation — given by Rudolf Steiner
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    • The Riddle of Humanity, given in Dornach on August 7, 1916. It is volume
    • The Riddle of Humanity, given in Dornach on August 7, 1916. It
    • the producing of new wheat plants but are given over to the purpose
    • that effect directly follows cause, and that cause gives rise to effect.
    • so too, knowledge of the outer world must be given over to a nobler
    • acquired of the outer world must be given into the hands of the Gods.
    • have given you some idea of the significance of all that lives in our
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    • It was given by Rudolph Steiner at Norrköping,
    • elementary moral instruction given to man in ancient
    • and the too-little. Aristotle here gives a definition of
    • Mysteries, it was possible for him to give the precise
    • this lecture was given Dr. Steiner has changed the English term to
    • understand that it has been given us so as to enable us to
    • there are who will not receive anything that is given out of
    • give to the world, evolution may go forward in the right way.
    • it. But if we give to the world what can be given to it
    • given to mankind as original virtue.
    • forces merely to give himself pleasure, cuts himself off from
    • are very much given to sampling the two extremes, they swing
    • gives rise to wonder, astonishment and faith. It is always
    • actions and his moral attitude a person gives something to
    • his brethren, he gives at the same time to Christ. This
    • wonder, are — because we give it at the same time to
    • give them a basis. For the thought: “Through your
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    • handed down in the Old Testament give the human being no
    • His resurrection. The Gospels give mere indications, in a very
    • which the resurrected Christ was able to give His chosen
    • that the force once lived in the human being which gives him an
    • Poison was not given, but the Holy Supper was offered him,
    • the Faithful occurred, and an endeavor was made to give
    • been given to humanity, not through the Christ who lived in the
    • event which has given the earth its meaning is of such a
    • wishes to give, at the present time, what it alone is capable
    • mankind had once appeared, but Who was able to give the
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    • This lecture was originally given in Berlin on February 15, 1909. This version was translated by Frances E.
    • lecture given here on more complicated questions of
    • spiritual-scientific world-view, what we could give in the
    • among other things, spiritual science is intended to give:
    • gather from the spirit of all the lectures given here, is the
    • no benefit from the earthly embodiments. They only give; they
    • to flounder about in speculation, we shall at once give a
    • appropriate manner, and to give them the strength for a
    • effort to use Shem's etheric body, in order to be able to give
    • of Shem, in order later to give to Abraham the impulse which
    • could be borne at a later time by Melchizedek, who was to give
    • little consideration is given to a fact of very great
    • importance was given by Irenæus,
    • What great prominence was given to
    • which the physical sense-instrument is able to give to the
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    • anywhere. The Bn/GA is not listed. It was given at Oslo in 1923.
    • for apologies, as I cannot give the lecture in the language of
    • consciousness is given with which we can judge the reality of
    • wants to dream further about the dream in order to give himself
    • gives continuously of this wealth until he has little, yes,
    • secrets of the world, and which can also give us, in addition,
    • not given back earlier to us, not until we can grasp it in love
    • knowledge; this then gives us an unsought insight into a former
    • when we — forgive me when I use the term — first
    • occasion: of course the objection is given that these things
    • after he gives an account of his method, as I have described
    • given to me from the spiritual world, not merely to think it
    • the cosmic goal so that this cosmic goal gives the correct
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • theoretical answers, to give a person strength, consolation
    • religion is imperative. If we want to give a human being
    • bread, we must also give him something that will nourish the
    • no one should be given bread without receiving also a world
    • outlook that to give bread without giving also spiritual
    • arrangements will give way to new ones and people will become
    • attention was given to questions of this nature at the latest
    • where you will not find such vague general answers given to
    • issues; second these will give rise to feelings of
    • say: Give me the means to see for myself. Actually, anyone
    • gradually discover if spiritual knowledge does give one inner
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    • will be given at the close of this one. Today we shall look
    • from the blood what sustains it, and gives back what it
    • application differs from all others. We can all give a name
    • astral body. It is the astral body that gives rise to
    • instance, the sympathetic nervous system gives rise to the
    • “I.” This was also the reason he did not give
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • give rise to consciousness in plants because here the effects
    • that gives rise to consciousness cannot be initiated; beams
    • is death. The pain gives rise to consciousness. The process
    • opposition are roused which in turn give birth to senses, to
    • but let me give you an example to make it clearer still. When
    • as yet. But when pain has given rise to consciousness, and as
    • produces is on a higher level, and gives rise to feelings of
    • gives birth to spirit.
    • which his hero succumbs give rise to the conviction that
    • suffering gives rise to love. For what else is love than
    • what we have given away to others, be born within us love and
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    • would soon be polluted. Plants give off life-giving oxygen
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    • it and condition a person's destiny and character were given
    • be given toys that are too finished and perfect, such as
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    • meaning given by modern theology into the original one. It
    • everything the ether body can give is exhausted, the astral
    • is set alight. Wood could not give birth to fire if it were
    • What gives individual life the possibility of existence is
    • whole natural world and give it human form, the result would
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    • lawgiver and prophet who led the Israelites out of Egypt.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • imprint themselves in the ether body and give rise to
    • hallucinations, and will often give one and the same answer
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • remains with the ether body; it is what gives the physical
    • that clothes him must be the right tool. This tends to give
    • body is freed; this is what gives the physical its form,
    • mentioned, it is best not to give children perfect dolls and
    • utterly wrong. As regards nourishment, if the child is given
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • than further historical description, I shall give a factual
    • was revealed; no hint was given theoretically or otherwise,
    • the cup used at the Last Supper and given to Joseph of Arimathea.
    • am going to say will give you a great deal of insight into
    • carbon dioxide, retain the carbon and give back the oxygen
    • oxygen and carbon; the plant retains the carbon and gives a
    • his own being; with what he formerly had to give over to the
    • usually said about it is pure nonsense. The indications given
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XII: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • easily give rise to objections based on the misconception
    • pleasure in the harmony gives him pure delight, then, had it
    • country, and given descriptive names such as
    • in Wagner, enabling him to give it artistic
    • Goethe gives such eloquent expression in his poem,
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    • Gospels. Here I can only give a few hints! In my book is
    • observed when a name was given. Even not so very long ago, it
    • was the custom to consult the calendar, and give the newly
    • bore that name. When someone attained initiation he was given
    • wished to give him a corresponding name, it would be one that
    • from the way names were given that Christ did not refer to
    • they give a description of the life of the highest God
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    • This document is a previously untranslated Address given by Rudolf
    • This document is a previously untranslated Address given by Rudolf
    • Impulse for the Future given by Rudolf Steiner
    • Steiner's life work can give answers
    • had previously given. It was, so to speak, a direct message from the
    • I would like to give a simple example from which you can see that the
    • members will have been given to understand that they may participate.
    • the fact is also that to give a definition to what is to be done will
    • have understood the task given her by this name other than in a most
    • spiritual teaching given to humanity by Dr. Steiner. And as she also
    • given by Dr. Steiner developed alongside the creative colors
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    • given him the feeling of the Self. which the Oriental had only in a
    • wisdom of the world. Later wisdom was given over to thinking; it became
    • of spirit the power to give the strength of existence to Maja, and if the
    • was given as Copernicus and Galileo arose for him. He had to look into his
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    • given at Dornach on June 17th 1922, and is included in Volume 212
    • given at Dornach on June 17th 1922, and is included in Volume 212
    • forgive the materialistic expression, which is only used as a
    • given to me,” and he did not know the inner soul-effort
    • were given to him, he felt uplifted as a human being, and a
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    • 12th and 19th of May, 1946, this lecture was given at Cologne on
    • Given
    • could only be given to him by a still higher Being, common to
    • the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus
    • of St. John. Jesus had given him this wisdom, and he was
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    • 24th of December, 1944. This lecture was given at Dornach on
    • Lecture by Dr. RUDOLF STEINER, given on the 31st of December, 1915.
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    • retains really only the power to give form. If the human head did not
    • have this power to give form (zu gestalten) it would be indeed
    • from his head radiating into the remaining organism that which gives
    • in a way that a force is forming which wants to give shape. What is
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    • give us a configuration in which the ego takes part in the whole, if
    • organism. For example there are substances which, given by mouth to
    • ego. That alone gives them their character. Without considering this,
    • But to become sleepy through Anthroposophy means that one gives much
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    • one has to give him relief — one has to bring super-earthly forces
    • has to come and give help through a process of healing. So once one
    • a healing factor; there again is no borderline, if one gives more pepper
    • one then gives that as addition to the food, or as medicine. There again
    • plants might give help. Yes, you see that is what was once meant, and
    • to the dead light. But this dead light gives man only abstract conceptions,
    • I also find only concepts there; that does not give me an occasion
    • say, if he gives me a match, that he gives me fire, it does not look
    • one will give oneself up to the illusion that one could kindle it with
    • such waves (blue) are coming from the head-system, which give form,
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    • given you the groundwork to get to the bottom of this strange
    • background spiritual science can give will enable you to
    • the course of the public lectures I am to give here in the near
    • would like to give you an example of how things stood in regard
    • give way to egotism. It was a gift of grace, and he really did
    • who was free of intellectuality, was in fact given in
    • lectures given here recently I drew attention to the fact that
    • the physical, but we must give concrete examples. We must be
    • give an introduction) who have experienced a deepening of
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    • who gives himself up to external values: the rich miser, the
    • him and given him the kind of life we know he had from the
    • of time.” They wanted to give an indication that there
    • from above. When we are given these impressions by the
    • influences. Then we have to stop and give our full attention to
    • being given a chance, a crucial one, by the very
    • words, many poets have given us samples, but Goethe's nonsense
    • resolutions and decisions than we can give ourselves another
    • This gives human self-knowledge a very special cosmic
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    • and to get close to reality is to give examples. My example
    • will give them next year consists of the things that came off
    • what work he would give the pupils to do in school and what
    • all the subjects he was going to give the pupils for schoolwork
    • schedule, and worked out the subjects you will give your pupils
    • say, “I am quite certain I will give my pupils the right
    • will present the schoolwork I have written down; I will give
    • give you another hypothetical example. Imagine someone
    • conclusion, I want to give you something like an illustration
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    • cut out the stealing if you had given him what he wanted, or if
    • punishment is given for the sake of exerting the soul forces so
    • I first of all experiment on a given material? Not me! For then
    • He knows when to give punishment and when not to; perhaps
    • that he should never give any punishment at all. He knows how
    • freely comply with a necessity, so to speak, does this give us
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • is given, we can state that in our ordinary waking condition we
    • gives us our mental image of the I. Therefore, on the
    • Yet the description we have to give of this composition
    • people accept and practice exercises, such as those given in
    • given ideas they cannot fully grasp and that surround them with
    • freedom what nature can no longer give us. You see then that a
    • gave last Friday and have often given, drawing your attention
    • dream logic. When people say things like this, I usually give
    • of a living person, and someone gives as his objective
    • give descriptions, and if we stick to descriptions, what does
    • following interesting thing can happen. Forgive me if I let you
    • of a lecture like today's. I had to give today's lecture,
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    • The two lectures here, were given by Rudolf Steiner in March of
    • The title give to these lectures is,
    • they give an intimation of the relation between the sense
    • world and the world of the spirit. These things give a
    • impressively given in abstract words. And as for the
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    • The title give to these lectures is,
    • seems to be inevitable. One would willingly give them a
    • give the folk genius principally the conceptions of rights
    • testifies, which gives testimony. Thus there are quite
    • relation to everything that gives them such a relation to the
    • it — son was ready to give up its light and in eating
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    • when the facts of Spiritual Science are given out to say: “How
    • This article gives a picture of the gradual trend of behaviour on the
    • we must give recognition to such a fact, such a tendency of thought.
    • a little insight to give one clear vision.
    • merely on the level of a cheap novelette! Or, to give another example,
    • I do not know how for it has got by now. But I want to give him a word
    • when the Church had to give way to what was most necessary it did at
    • which gives him quite a different picture. You need only be attentive
    • not always taken sufficiently in earnest. I could give you quite a number
    • conceptions given out today in schools there are really any capable
    • they have been trained and given different habits in some particular
    • give the answer to the most important questions of the day. And when
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    • that is quite unique and is given particular prominence in the articles
    • so-called gratiae grate detae, what is given through grace,
    • the ordinary. The Maid of Orleans would perhaps be given as an example.
    • of which I have previously given you a description. John of the Cross
    • agent in the soul. He Himself instructs the soul and gives it suitable
    • having troubled so little about what has been given out as truth in
    • it should give itself up passively to the will of God.
    • given up to unprofitable conceptions of science, at a definite point
    • from reality. Therefore let us give him a grizzly picture of setting
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    • fourth post-Atlantean period, gives us again even though in another
    • fashion is given in these theories today to the young people, who are
    • oneself in the direction given in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • be described by saying: actually (you will forgive me, I know, for putting
    • smell of which I have spoken and, forgive me, the childishness of men,
    • given practical proof. The question may now be asked: If man does not
    • ground gives you the feeling, akin to the will, but watered-down will,
    • as well as a willer is—if you will forgive me—a cripple.
    • fix, their attention only upon the ghostly world given them by science,
    • the gate of death. For what is given by science is only pictures, apparitions.
    • And if man refuses to give in and agree to recognise the existence of
    • in the same form. For today these things are not given to men by God
    • in evolution. And pictures of the future were not given only to the
    • thoughts given them during sleep. On waking, man brought his thoughts
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • continually to give yourself a shake to prevent the thoughts sending
    • go deeply into what Spiritual Science gives you, when you plunge into
    • of energetic activity when conceptions are accepted such as those given
    • is not made in this matter, it men do not really give heed to the necessity
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    • from what has to be given out today. But naturally in those olden days
    • now. Thus, for example, it was always given out in a way that today
    • these painful experiences. What gives happiness from these experiences
    • of the spiritual world, what gives satisfaction to life, is the afterglow
    • given by science, with just what people today are accustomed to when
    • the spiritual life. They deny it or give laws to everything they can
    • given in the matter by turning ones's eyes towards the wrong doing and
    • is talked of, it is in their books and given out in their ritual, but
    • I give out here are not so unreal as that! Above all they are spoken
    • given in their lectures and repeat it with a certain zeal, but independent
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    • understanding when they want to give merely abstract, logical form to
    • the Mystery of Golgotha gives this picture—that at a certain point
    • the essential being of all paganism—today I can only give an outline
    • death of the spirit that was to give the earth its meaning. Highest
    • at this moment meet the tragic destiny that the forces given them at
    • then for earth to give mankind. In other words looking to Golgotha and
    • men had to aspire to something the world was not able to give. To look
    • was determined and was given form in the way it was possible to form
    • after the Mystery of Golgotha and 747 years before, that gives us one
    • all sincerity. To agree with the conception of God given him by a priest
    • to give you, not in the form this discovery often takes but a discovery
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    • standing-by, in all the help given her, how fond they had become of
    • could only be given in those olden days out of a certain constitution
    • external arrangements (recently I have given an account of these in
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. But he must give himself a shake for nevertheless
    • he must understand. This is what is essential—to give
    • happen—to give oneself this shake so as in spite of all to learn
    • will bring it to the surface. This is what can give one strength in
    • periphery. The old concept of the state will vanish, it will give place
    • will indeed have to enter this external life. Whether or not it is given
    • and up to our own time, Goethe has been given the cold shoulder. And
    • who really could give Goethe what was lacking in the intimate circle
    • Linnaeus what he himself did not have. And what he had to give was something
    • is seen, so that men may be given the force for a deeper knowledge of
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    • It is lecture 9 of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various cities
    • had dared give a solution, and which will at least be partly
    • can't be depicted; only single sketches can be given.
    • our etheric body which is to be given up, then the astral body
    • of it can be given which is characteristically valid of the
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    • is always given, where Faust is presented as the higher
    • ahrimanic and luciferic. Therefore it is a given that, the
    • then the possibility would be given to connect self knowledge
    • into himself. Now Goethe needs to give Mephistopheles, while he
    • be given to him in his time as outer world knowledge.
    • given to mankind, but is continuously being sought by mankind.
    • “Faust” has given mankind a most precious gift,
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    • spiritual scientific experience gives us, which makes it
    • Exactly by dint of our freedom can we do what karma gives rise
    • to within us, at any given moment. Karma excludes nothing which
    • Take a radical example: someone has given another — me
    • life, given him a reason to justify his present actions; forced
    • become a life-hypothesis. Will he give me a slap if I think
    • give, like us, the illusion that it is an independent organism.
    • to fall away once such things are grasped, as they were given
    • opinion doesn't provide much; I can give descriptions of
    • of view need be given up by the spiritual researcher. He has no
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    • between the lectures now being given, I should like to-day to bring
    • give you a little of what I have already expounded here in other connections,
    • to be given forth at Dornach and that which encloses its activities.
    • to give you a conception of the idea one receives in approaching the
    • on, will be given. These two spaces will be divided by the curtain.
    • in this Goetheanum Building, he will find something which will give
    • firmness, security and strength to his life, which will give him something
    • made to give over to the organic the work that is generally done by
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    • have given a false meaning to that which this building is meant to express,
    • this Building gives the impression from the outside, “here within
    • gives you the portal of our glass house underneath. You can observe
    • the material. The conception of building must give expression to the
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    • in the arrangement of the Building, which strives to give an understanding
    • (the Graeco-Latin) period of civilisation. A sort of form is given here
    • you must give up asking inartistic questions. When an artist paints
    • of the proportions of the space they are given in double form.
    • myself, I only give this out as a fact, but do not require from anyone
    • which I have given you to-day, you expect nothing symbolic, nothing
    • with the information I have given you to-day, seek to feel that which
    • I have tried to give you
    • give this exhibition for those friends who are willing to bring before
    • in life, and that it should have no counsel to give in the present-day
    • would be forgiven it; Spiritual Science will be attacked just when it
    • on to the Introduction I have given you of the Building.
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    • he makes his Faust a magician. Faust has given himself up to
    • Myself to thousands have the poison given;
    • just in order that he may overcome him, having been given him
    • which such a scene may give rise, the wonderful spiritual
    • gives ample opportunity for such distortion, Yet, how little
    • scholar; he has given himself up to magic and through magic
    • names are given to new endeavours in order to justify them.
    • give themselves an early origin, to talk as much as possible
    • certain process. “King” is a name given to a
    • but the capacity to control nature, and from that to give man
    • given rise to an unusually clever explanation — and a
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    • could sit in concealment. At a given signal he beheld a very
    • that what we so often find given to Faust belongs to
    • given to Faust, but it really belongs to Mephistopheles
    • Schröer gives these lines to Mephistopheles, that is
    • You will find a long speech given to
    • Now notice that later the answers given by
    • given an accurate picture by Goethe of a scene taking place
    • Hence he was able to give a materialistic interpretation of
    • To give so many is the custom here.
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    • From the brief account given in my book, and from what is
    • that he tried by abstract, all-round concepts, to give life
    • all given word-for-word in the pamphlet that is called
    • picture I have just given you; however, he represents a
    • kant-Fichte-Schelling-Hegel philosophy was able to give, and
    • gives him occasion to say: “how crude thou art, my
    • ahrimanic impulses given when something actually comes into
    • of the world. And that gives weight to these words, enormous
    • weight, and gives them also immortality. For how fine in this
    • Spiritual Science gives us concepts by means of which we can
    • it. Materialism gives no real concepts only the shadows of
    • gives the animal immense satisfaction. It is interesting to
    • the candidate again could give no answer. Then the Professor
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    • changed. But at the same time he has to be given power to act
    • consciousness. And it gives the former himself a sense of
    • He has to give Faust the possibility of fulfilling his
    • is therefore to be given over to the Carthaginians. Sc he
    • gives the picture of a triangular world. Thisthe whole world
    • “Mothers.” The number 183 is given by
    • impulses. Knowledge of this force was first of all given to
    • Goethe quite rightly judged it fit to give out knowledge of
    • Mephistopheles gives Faust a picture of what he is to find as
    • of the lectures I have previously given here. I have wanted
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    • mediator in the second part of the Drama. He gives the key to
    • give its impulses to the man of the fifth post-Atlantean
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    • educated far away. The mother, who had given birth to Theseus
    • Invocation Scene — forgive the trite expression, I do
    • she would give birth to a burning torch that would set fire
    • a problem that gives men very much to do, and they can never
    • Freedom. And if so be, at any given point of time, among the
    • will give themselves up to illusions. Illusions there always
    • harmful and destructive. I will give you a little example of
    • direction or the other; I simply wish to give you an example
    • enough for anyone to give himself up to the fairy-tales that
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    • will have to do with the scene to be given next Sunday, but I
    • to be able to give this scene the form it has. It is true
    • that this circle represents man at a given point in his
    • intended to give man the opportunity through his bodily
    • to give him the opportunity to pursue this self-knowledge in
    • his innermost being to give a solution to the question: What
    • way in which accurately given information about Spiritual
    • This gives the firm centre of gravity in the surging element.
    • that Homunculus should be given a prospect of not remaining
    • Science, of course they are unable to give any explanation of
    • that he gives what is experienced in this sphere in a
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    • Consider hew, when you give yourself up in this way to the
    • extraordinarily difficult to give a clear interpretation of
    • are so willing to give ourselves up to illusion. I might
    • customs of waking life have given you the wish — I
    • give, they will be found to become, especially as they
    • man knows little more about himself — forgive me but
    • given him in a laboratory. This is what he wants. We already
    • only give information about what occurs in the world of the
    • give him the opportunity to enrich human nature through his
    • leading to the supersensible, so that as a poet he can give
    • the lectures I have given here from time to time, that even
    • consciousness. This is why Goethe gives the three Phorkyads
    • condition to which I have just referred. Truly Goethe gives
    • say that the day gives man day-consciousness; but, so long as
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    • give you a brief description of the primal phenomena and
    • I have been doing my best to give mankind, from various
    • theory of colors, is indeed merely given in outline. Some day
    • around at what is given out by the theologians and
    • ophies but give ourselves up to spiritual perceptions. And it
    • — whatever name you give all this. And Goethe's way of
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    • (given 5.11.17)
    • could give you hundreds of quotations from what has been said
    • that it would be possible in my lectures to give a definite
    • concrete programme for individual people; but by being given
    • realize how, among those to whom cortrol is given in some
    • today, this life is often given a wrong lead by those in
    • experiences that give happiness to the soul lie in the
    • able to pour a whole host of experiences that give comfort.
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    • life. If we start with what the pictures give us, this scene
    • thought — prefer to give up the spirit as against what
    • in the physical body. Read, for instance, what is given
    • theory of metamorphosis — to give counsel regarding
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • man can be given only by those who admit the validity of
    • he sought to give a new form to those of ancient Greece.
    • Thus, if we wish to give a more exact description of the
    • does not suffice, the soul-forces do not suffice to give it
    • Metamorphosis. But Goethe could only give us the elementary
    • art of the south alone could give him. He gained much for we
    • spiritual vision gives.
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    • wishing to give an interpretation of this poem; that was not
    • gives freedom and all that is sinful. And if we try to take
    • Goethe has given, that it is not merely the bliss of endeavor
    • certain time, the forgiveness of sins; anyone might sin as
    • afterwards; he was forgiven. In short, Christ was there to
    • man what the man does not want to do, but gives him power
    • in which actually (forgive the trivial mode of expression) a
    • existence, is given us as our physical body. Every evening we
    • century. I have given many lectures about it, even before the
    • that can give us only Homunculism, but to cross the abyss
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    • his true being which as man gives him his value and dignity
    • gives us at first nothing new, but only in a dimmed down way in
    • believe that because I start from the dream I already give it
    • something else has to be said. The dream cannot give me any
    • that which the observation of the dream world could give one.
    • nature give us symbols — strictly systematically to
    • outer life we give ourselves over to passive observations and
    • thoughts are given over to the outer world and then proceed in
    • that which dreams give, who places before the soul symbols with
    • spiritual investigation is something where man gives himself up
    • ourselves which gives us certainty about life after death.
    • the present time Anthroposophy will be able to give human souls
    • then to-morrow give the application to the immediate practical
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    • enormity, which struck mankind, in the Ten Commandments given
    • the physical plane were to be given a revelation out of the
    • upper parts of Devachan, images were given which could be seen
    • coming from Upper Devachan. Images and portraits could be given
    • and it was relatively easy for people to understand: we give
    • originally given in ancient Indian times with which to imagine
    • of culture. Don't believe that these orders were given as they
    • lexicographic translations give the most inconceivable
    • This gives us the indication how the single “I” is
    • “I” as divine, the way is given to become free from
    • This was given to the Jews as a commandment, which was
    • you how also the outer rules of conduct are given in order not
    • to destroy from outside the creation of a new culture, given as
    • actually a repeat of what Paul said, which the Bible gives as:
    • this time the legislation was given in relationship to the
    • Yet at the same time the earlier proclamation was given, that
    • when the Divine is properly grasped. Indications are given that
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    • around us. Not only do animals equally give us joy and
    • to add the thought given in spiritual science: The earth has
    • granting them independence, that it was given the possibility
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    • may be glad to have it in extenso, as given by Edward Clodd in
    • His desire was to give
    • precise way in which the atoms moved at any given place in the
    • Give me an apple” — if this could be done,
    • expression is given within the human, or animal organism, the
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    • those of you who are able to be here today I wish to give a
    • humanity. A special impulse had to be given towards the
    • given to it, till it was consolidated once again into an
    • Call to mind the lectures we have given here, especially the
    • awaken this feeling in you today; not so much to give a
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    • Three lectures given in Christiania, November 24th, 27th and
    • lectures given in this very town many years ago, before the war, and
    • that certain definite indications were given of the terrible times
    • affairs upon any knowledge of this kind. I answered that I had given
    • the real purport of the lectures. Their aim was to give true guiding
    • words of human language that can give any adequate idea of the awful
    • more brilliantly than all that was given to man by oriental wisdom
    • applies to him, that this name was once given to him as a being who
    • indications can be given. Knowing something of the spiritual teachings
    • of the fact that the forces by which the limbs are given shape are
    • given by the Cosmos. The upper part of his structure is a product of
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    • cognition — give us knowledge of what lies on the other side of
    • view, notably in the Lecture-Course given in Vienna in 1914, entitled
    • again. The power is given him to work as a being of soul-and-spirit,
    • in the last life, and give rise to the form of the brain.
    • becoming apparent in the life of the peoples — to give men who
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    • centuries of the post-Christian era. External history gives no true
    • inspiring such individuals in order that they might give forth the
    • have given here. External life must be viewed not only from the
    • statements will be more or less correct but will give no true account
    • part of the Scandinavian peninsula, to give a very definite stimulus
    • to other souls after death. They can give to other souls after death
    • The two lectures — indeed the three — which I have given you
    • explicable for the reasons given above. But if praise were to come
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    • And speaking of Fichte, here is a single lecture given by Rudolf
    • hard-earned money to give you pleasure!” The father was very
    • angry, for just before this he had given the book as a present to
    • a sign to be given him from the spiritual worlds as to what he
    • that it was able to give him. It was not only the ideas which he
    • sought to give to his hearers; one day he was attempting to
    • gives a little attention to the whole situation of Fichte and those who
    • Fichte wanted to give a course of ethical lectures, those which
    • Fichte had to give up his post as teacher at Jena, which had been
    • longer in the town. And even if you were to give me proofs —
    • a unique instance. Often and often did Fichte give similar proofs of his
    • given to disorder. As we have seen, Fichte was a rugged nature, not
    • the impulse in this direction was to be given by his
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    • If we don't give ourselves up to illusions but simply face the truth,
    • will be given to humanity, which will bring again, in the fullest
    • festival, to which the heart was given over, a mood in which the whole
    • develop again a feeling for the real power which was thereby given for
    • given birth to the simple artistry of such Christmas plays out of a
    • I would still like to give you some idea how people felt their
    • become something able to give us solace and comfort in the darkest
    • hours of our lives, able also to give us joy in the hope that when
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    • wrestling spirit of man such as are given us in some great work like
    • such a way that it appears as a teaching given to his pupil. But to
    • set before us, because it is not enough just to give ourselves up to
    • descriptions to give expression to what shines out to us from such a
    • read this wonderful discourse that Plato has given us in order to
    • passage through the gates of death. He gives out his teaching in a
    • very greatest riddles. Truly, a hard one seems to be given us when we
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    • just for this reason that such great care must be taken to give the
    • at other times are hidden as behind a veil. That is what gives such
    • necessity out of Arjuna's destiny, instead of being given us merely
    • that might appear even trivial to many Westerners in its given form.
    • standpoint, then you can go and give yourself up to your duty. You
    • what I say, let me give you a radical example. You will think it
    • arise in the soul through exactly the same process as what gives rise
    • moment when Krishna stands before Arjuna and gives him the power of
    • in a true way the first truth that Krishna gives to Arjuna after the
    • is accepted in blind faith and given out as gospel truth. Let me
    • given in the Vedas dogmatically as the disciples of the Veda
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    • realize that most of his dreams give him no more than he has already
    • incarnation. One who follows such indications as are given in my book
    • widens his consciousness by following the indications I have given
    • will often find it easy here too to give a materialistic explanation
    • energetically the exercises given in my book
    • realizes how in this connection people can give themselves up to the
    • given for soul development you will soon realize that it all comes to
    • People carry out the directions given in
    • stop, so we give it up.
    • use.” Indeed he may honestly think so. If the instructor gives
    • through such exercises as given in my book and thus comes to have
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    • have given. Thus the first step consists in strengthening and
    • today give ourselves with our whole soul to the study of natural
    • self-sufficient. Yet this comparison ought to give us food for
    • where his dreams are woven, this is no longer enough to give him a
    • like now to give you an idea of how one's consciousness in this realm
    • which I have given the merest hint, will be labeled a fantastic
    • understanding is able to grasp this fact. People only will not give
    • this wonderful Song are to give you something which, if you really
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    • into the nature of definitions, once set out to give a definition of
    • than we generally give him credit for, sleeplessness would in a very
    • practicing the exercises I have given in my book,
    • Thus it is possible during a given cycle of
    • We may give a name to
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    • the noblest words are given merely an abstract, philosophic
    • I tried to give an idea of the form of the first four
    • discourse by developing the concepts given us at the very beginning,
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
    • has to give depends above all upon the old clairvoyant epoch ceasing,
    • are able to do by means of what is given, for example, in our occult
    • evolution there is no Being who could give the individual human
    • give about Krishna, because on earth there are all those concerns
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    • kind of judgment. They think that a given thing must have the same
    • understanding upon it much is added to all that can be given -to
    • in such a way as to give it sense and meaning for those who can
    • that is given by the intellect as such but to take things in the way
    • they are directly and immediately given to occult vision. Only
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    • tried to combine what Indian philosophy can give, with important
    • European gave out, it was simply terrible. If you will forgive the
    • expression, it was enough to give one the creeps. It was one
    • severest effort of the soul. It is the soul's work that gives a thing
    • philological sense, not in order to give academic commentaries, but
    • give up.” Thus the higher light could not find entrance because
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    • of those three conditions. In the last lecture I sought to give an
    • which gives us an idea of how different men were then. They called
    • time the man who can give himself up to knowledge as penetrating as
    • penetrating what lies around him, so that he does not give himself up
    • altogether given up to his bodily life, so that he is blunt and
    • ourselves with the feeling these ideas give we can apply them to
    • give it to them. Rajas men are diligent, men of action; but they act
    • damp down this fear. Actually, Ahriman — the giver of fear —
    • that Krishna as the creator of self-consciousness must give. Thus he
    • must say, “I have to come; I have to give thee the ego-man, a
    • where in two stages another teaching is given them, of
    • such lines of thought as we can give only in outline are indeed
    • have been able to give these lectures here before you. This shows me
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    • meditations required. A good meditation is to give oneself up again
    • futile. It is a futility to which all souls quite naturally give way;
    • new is given to him; he reaches precisely the moment in which this new
    • energetic. From the outset the candidate for Initiation had to give up
    • inner soul-powers; nothing can be given from outside, but it all can
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    • Initiation all these things are important, because in a given epoch
    • mysteries. Today, naturally, we can give only a sketchy outline of
    • independent. But on that account (for reasons already given) it was
    • thinking, then one could certainly give them some comfort. But this is
    • able to give — can, when they are heard, be thoroughly understood
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    • This should not give rise to pride, for it is only thanks to the lower
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    • ignored by orthodox science, is given in the Philosopher's
    • plants provide man with the oxygen which gives him life; they renew
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    • A student dreams that a companion gives him a blow, whereupon a duel
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    • given rise to mistaken ideas as to the real goal of occult science. It
    • discover and solve the enigma of this soul. The teaching given by the
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    • believed,” refer to the new epoch when man — wholly given up to his
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    • secrecy, this training used to be given, are the home of all spiritual
    • gives a purely moral interpretation to this act and looks upon it
    • feeling of love for all beings and this gives him a sense of living in
    • taken. This gives rise to a new symptom, namely a dissociation, or
    • Goethe has given a marvelous description of this stage at the
    • following comparison will give us some idea of what is meant. We
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    • sudden flashing-up of the astral world may give rise to insanity. In
    • This gives rise to a sensation of devouring thirst — the basis of the
    • without a physical body. Death gives rise, at first, to the impression
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    • According to the explanation given by Goethe to certain students, each
    • Initiate gives the foundations upon which the ritual of the outer cult
    • side and the right hand. Man will give birth to his like by the force
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    • which give rise to physical disorder. Joy or suffering that runs to
    • This gives us some idea of the function performed by the astral body
    • influence of the higher Self. At death, this substance is given
    • explains the different characteristics of the various epochs and gives
    • the same consciousness with which today he can give shape to mineral
    • substances. He will give form to living beings and take upon himself
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    • first faint glimpses of Devachan give the impression of a sky streaked
    • the descriptions given by Dionysius of this world are correct.
    • Adam and Adam gives all beings their names. On Earth, the individual
    • in the Middle Ages in the Grail stories which give expression to
    • impulses given to mankind by command of the masters.
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    • that a certain event would invariably give rise to a series of others;
    • given in ancient systems of yoga. These exercises were founded upon
    • of creative activity in which the spirit of man can give birth to
    • eggs. It is wholly given up to this brooding activity and is filled
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • In the beginning, form was given to all created things by the Gods.
    • been built in vain. The Gods have given form to the crystal which we
    • future times he will be able to create and give shape to plant-life by
    • working upon plant-substance. At a still higher stage, he will give
    • instance when we make a watch, but give body to these images, they
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    • given us our red blood? During the separation of the earth and the
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    • had given him form were around him, behind him, not within him. They
    • The fact that his senses give man an objective consciousness of the
    • activity comes to expression at the point where the nerves give rise
    • possible for man but it also gives him the power of
    • form given by Jehovah, he would have remained an impersonal
    • help we give freely to another opens up a new era in his destiny. Our
    • mightier Being could help, not one man alone, but all men, could give
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    • Resurrection or the ‘second birth’ — were given to the
    • centre of the planets, including the Sun. The map of the heavens given
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    • give you an example of the difference between just knowing,
    • faith, but a text which really gives strength, and a
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    • is right for man at any given time. If I sat here with a
    • truth and yet it would be folly. I must give a person what he
    • needs, at any given stage of his development. It is not right
    • give the name James to an initiate, he is to me the symbol
    • and life. As we take it in and absorb it, it gives us
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    • lectures are intended to give a general survey
    • of Agrippa von Nettesheim, used this method. Given the right key, you
    • abandoned in modern times; the more elementary teachings are now given out
    • must give itself its own name; no other soul can utter it. Hence the
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    • feeling.” Only one thing could be given to her, deprived as she
    • this an admirable reply has been given by that notable thinker, Subba
    • and both are given in the highest measure. Strength comes from the impulses
    • will be effective; but a knowledge of the truth gives morality a sound
    • and form, and it will be a thought which gives strength to our neighbour.
    • give you some idea of these floating colours. But the astral colour-images
    • only those given in the past, but quite new ones. They are not repetitions
    • given. It is even possible that this Akasha image of Goethe might write a
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    • considerations will give us the answer and we shall see how the changing
    • in a given epoch the Sun rises at a definite point in the Zodiac. So
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    • and though it is difficult to give an idea of the bliss that goes with
    • not even any tools. Everything existed in the form given to it by gods,
    • apparently childish but in reality inspired by lofty powers has given
    • but with undeveloped persons, who have given free rein to their impulses
    • a kind of preview of the coming life given to the soul immediately before
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    • The grasp of life given
    • on their own account. That is why it is such a mistake to give a child
    • be much happier with a piece of wood, or with anything which gives his
    • habits, his memory, everything which will give his character a firm
    • No, it gives us strength and confidence at every stage in life, and
    • to develop them. These are serious problems, and only Theosophy gives
    • a good effect. It is this aspect of karma which can console us and give
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    • which has been given out to meet the needs of humanity. A hundred years
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    • scholarship gives a quite false picture. The Manicheans are supposed
    • of man. Things such as this give us a glimpse into the secret of life.
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    • have always expressed themselves with caution and have given only hints;
    • that this meant 343. The Secret Doctrine gives the riddle but not the
    • with the three kingdoms; it only imparts to them what it has to give.
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    • pale-faces promised us that your Chief would give our brothers other
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    • hearers, through the very fact of having first given him their trust,
    • by all sorts of images, and you could never be sure that a given image
    • will find that a given passion is always represented for everyone by
    • on. You must therefore give up a little time to performing actions which
    • to the joys and sorrows of the world only when we do not give ourselves
    • The Guru here is not a leader but an adviser; he gives directions for
    • plane it gives primary attention to thinking, and for this purpose uses
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    • briefly the kind of instruction that an Eastern teacher gives. You will
    • realise that the actual instructions cannot be given publicly; I can
    • culture must embody a certain pattern which will give expression to
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • the plants, take in the carbon, and give it up as carbon dioxide when
    • The teacher gives the necessary instructions. Breathing in, holding
    • descriptions can be given of these later stages of Christian Initiation.
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    • of the earth and humanity. Thoughts of this kind, given to us for study,
    • saying given by his occult teacher, he will be guided to that which
    • of this layer are related; when men give rein to evil passions they
    • an accumulation of evil passions and forces that gives rise to earthquakes
    • When we come together so that we may live within this teaching, it gives
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • in the sense in which that title can be given them from the standpoint
    • to give an individual a position out in the world as an
    • could be given them, I could not do otherwise than say that I would
    • give a course on pastoral medicine in which theologians could
    • healthy people who are given into their care, but also with those who
    • prepared to meet the medical treatment that is being given. There is,
    • therapy? When we give a medicine or apply some healing measure to a
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • recently been given a crass interpretation by Lombroso
    • review the picture of a human being that Anthroposophy gives us. The
    • that Anthroposophy gives us, we can say that the human being stands
    • things such a person tells them can, if properly interpreted, give
    • able to feel what they can give such a person, how to connect what
    • they can give out of themselves with what that other human being is
    • priest gives them instruction about prayer. Then they are entirely
    • everything will be given them through grace and they must wait. They
    • wants to give it to them. Here the priest must have a fine instinct
    • descriptions they give at this stage, from what — if we speak
    • examine such things as this if one wants to discover what will give
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • been given this vague experience of its reality.
    • descriptions, were given to the faithful, so that they could live
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • everything that is perceived at any given moment in the whole world.
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • what is given them by heredity with what they bring from earlier
    • are becoming fewer and fewer, we cannot work to give ourselves a new
    • now given complete responsibility for our human form. This moment of
    • learned are in force; this gives the scales an exact form —
    • — that is, if the world ceased too soon to give its forces to
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • that they possess an inner source of speech that gives them a special
    • roses painted on it. She couldn't give me the coffee right away
    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • processes are working in a human being they do give human-like
    • or very soon after, we see facial or bodily deformities that can give
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • were being given distinguished titles, I have a certain sympathy for
    • least he has given up the idea that he might go mad. That fear had
    • awareness. They have been given some karmic gift — which we are
    • understanding behind it. Whether one gives communion to sick people
    • It must be initiated here; at least the indications must be given for
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • given a certain temperature, any substance can combine with oxygen
    • give.
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • will be a fine result if all that is given out today by the
    • take something up; it gives something away. So we have an inner
    • breathing and gives chemism and life to it. But it does not give
    • and exhalation proceed, the macrocosmic chemism is given off and
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • With the sun we had the feeling that it wants continually to give us
    • again in the human body, but the sun macrocosm is given form in the
    • spiritual embryo. Then the possibility is given for forming what must
    • soul-spiritual activity of the sun. We give them communion.
    • sun is given: the darkening that relates to the light, the constant
    • them fast in their inner life, wanting not merely to give them their
    • developing in them. We give them confirmation.
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • waking life. Then we have the right remedy. If you give the substance
    • connections. In this area, experiment must give way to
    • give two more lectures for this course: tomorrow, and the day after
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • thought power is to give people a power they would otherwise not
    • we really understand the place humanity has been given in this world.
    • We can find this spot in some constellation; attention has been given
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • also gives one inspiration for what one has to do in detail.
    • [This lecture was given in 1924.]
    • times names were given from the feeling the astrologers and
    • star names were God-given, spirit-given. The stars were asked what
    • and its name was then given accordingly. Now, indeed, you come to a
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • had been given through heredity, the body that in the course of the
    • given to what today would be called physical conditions. That is, the
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • in a given case. This will all build up for them into a complete
    • will have taken livingly into your spirit what I wanted to give in
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • to give an individual a position out in the world as an
    • could be given them, I could not do otherwise than say that I would
    • give a course on pastoral medicine in which theologians could
    • healthy people who are given into their care, but also with those who
    • prepared to meet the medical treatment that is being given. There is,
    • therapy? When we give a medicine or apply some healing measure to a
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • recently been given a crass interpretation by Lombroso
    • review the picture of a human being that Anthroposophy gives us. The
    • that Anthroposophy gives us, we can say that the human being stands
    • things such a person tells them can, if properly interpreted, give
    • able to feel what they can give such a person, how to connect what
    • they can give out of themselves with what that other human being is
    • priest gives them instruction about prayer. Then they are entirely
    • everything will be given them through grace and they must wait. They
    • wants to give it to them. Here the priest must have a fine instinct
    • descriptions they give at this stage, from what — if we speak
    • examine such things as this if one wants to discover what will give
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • been given this vague experience of its reality.
    • descriptions, were given to the faithful, so that they could live
    • described, given to individuals simply through their karma, will in
    • everything that is perceived at any given moment in the whole world.
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • what is given them by heredity with what they bring from earlier
    • are becoming fewer and fewer, we cannot work to give ourselves a new
    • now given complete responsibility for our human form. This moment of
    • learned are in force; this gives the scales an exact form —
    • — that is, if the world ceased too soon to give its forces to
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • that they possess an inner source of speech that gives them a special
    • roses painted on it. She couldn't give me the coffee right away
    • — to what gives him his greatest joy in life. You'll find that
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • — because their karma has given them a weak personality —
    • digestion and the food substances give an impulse to move. It is a
    • complete waking sleep given over to the bodily functions, which are
    • processes are working in a human being they do give human-like
    • or very soon after, we see facial or bodily deformities that can give
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • were being given distinguished titles, I have a certain sympathy for
    • least he has given up the idea that he might go mad. That fear had
    • awareness. They have been given some karmic gift — which we are
    • understanding behind it. Whether one gives communion to sick people
    • It must be initiated here; at least the indications must be given for
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • given a certain temperature, any substance can combine with oxygen
    • give.
    • given over to the coarser breathing process of the lungs, to the air
    • human being, and gives them over to the air-inhalation process. This
    • will be a fine result if all that is given out today by the
    • take something up; it gives something away. So we have an inner
    • breathing and gives chemism and life to it. But it does not give
    • and exhalation proceed, the macrocosmic chemism is given off and
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • With the sun we had the feeling that it wants continually to give us
    • again in the human body, but the sun macrocosm is given form in the
    • spiritual embryo. Then the possibility is given for forming what must
    • soul-spiritual activity of the sun. We give them communion.
    • sun is given: the darkening that relates to the light, the constant
    • them fast in their inner life, wanting not merely to give them their
    • developing in them. We give them confirmation.
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • waking life. Then we have the right remedy. If you give the substance
    • connections. In this area, experiment must give way to
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • importance. The intent of instruction about thought power is to give
    • we really understand the place humanity has been given in this world.
    • We can find this spot in some constellation; attention has been given
    • that contains warmth, is given over to our metabolic-limb system. If
    • also gives one inspiration for what one has to do in detail.
    • times names were given from the feeling the astrologers and
    • star names were God-given, spirit-given. The stars were asked what
    • and its name was then given accordingly. Now, indeed, you come to a
    • footprints, of life and it gives one no impulse to investigate
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    • The eleven lectures presented here were given in Dornach from
    • had been given through heredity, the body that in the course of the
    • given to what today would be called physical conditions. That is, the
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • in a given case. This will all build up for them into a complete
    • will have taken livingly into your spirit what I wanted to give in
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    • I have now given you
    • picture of an elementary sheath, which, to give a very rough sensuous
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    • originally given to us has actually the peculiarity that the very
    • be expressed by a picture such as I have given you, as streams
    • science. What is it that has given him the special structure which
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    • [These lectures were in fact given in Prague in
    • soul-warmth, will give you a proximate idea of that interweaving
    • give the name “sound-ether” to what works within
    • creation gives us, quite in accordance with the facts, what we must
    • another and together they give us a unified picture of the coming
    • we may know where we are, we must be able to give them their proper
    • from the various lectures I have given in the course of years, or
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    • others — forgive me for saying this — those whose
    • advanced Spirits of Personality, the Yamim, were given their
    • is given the task of weaving the dark into the light. Throughout the
    • mysterious expression lay'lah, which has given rise to
    • all), larger or smaller periods (usually given as “year”
    • Eleven lectures by Rudolf Steiner given at Oslo in June, 1910.
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    • the lowest member of our human being, and to give it its place in
    • it gives us the illusion of densification. Within the process itself
    • a much lower level. Let me give you an example. A man goes to sleep
    • This crude simile really does give a fair idea of the sort of
    • spiritual insight names were given in ancient times! The seers of old
    • appreciate it and give it its proper value as appearance, if we go on
    • we give the names Seraphim, Cherubim, Thrones, Spirits of Wisdom,
    • That gives us a much
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    • this, and years ago I was able to give information out of the Akasha
    • our earth-consciousness, into what today gives us consciousness of
    • superficial, because it only gives half the truth. The light which
    • on the second day. Genesis gives the facts as we should expect them
    • to be given from what we have been able to observe by spiritual
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    • strengthening forces which give to the astral body what it needs to
    • Genesis gives a description of the clothing of man — man still
    • he did acquire. Earth conditions were not yet ripe enough to give man
    • yet give him the conditions suited to his earthly life. Man had first
    • became animals of the air, because they could not be given the
    • be given the Jahve-Elohim strength. He had to be bodied forth in the
    • to give, the inbreathing of air, did not take place until after the
    • introduce anything out of the Genesis account. In the description given in
    • influence given from quite a different aspect. But when we have come
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    • could not have given to man his true earthly meaning. All that we
    • earth, but we must give full weight to the phrase “after his
    • later. How could the Bible give this expression? It would have to say
    • document influenced the description given in my
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    • will never give anything other than what I am saying. If it is upon
    • later. Without the preparation which Spiritual Science gives, what
    • understand that the Elohim give up, so to speak, only a part of their
    • originally given to us were acquired. When we set to work to
    • easy for me to give this particular course; nor will any of my
    • lectures as this can not only give us knowledge, but can stir forces
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    • teaching given by Paul concerning the Christ Being. To see this
    • fact that a man who is completely given up to the habits and ways of
    • shrink from having nothing but a merely external, sense-given science,
    • most that which is given him in mathematics and mechanics, and now in
    • Let me beg you to give these thoughts which are so pertinent to our
    • deed, it is something which gives man the right once more to keep
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to
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    • profess belief in Christ, the Angel can only give the same answer as
    • was given in the days of the Mystery itself: “He Whom ye seek is
    • whereas in ancient times it was given him together with the blood.
    • — that and that alone can give meaning to present existence.
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    • particular creed, and to give it again to humanity. Spiritual science
    • Jesus of Nazareth a Being, Whom — if we are to give Him a name
    • spiritual worlds, and this impulse was given in the Fourth
    • impulse for the ascent was given by Christ.
    • comforts and uplifts our hearts, on whom we lean; do not give us,
    • Christian Initiation gives men the power to understand it. And just as
    • These four pictures are given of past visits of Jesus to the scene
    • to Golgotha, in the far future. In this far future of which he gives
    • stone,— but now, when the impulse given by Christ Jesus for all
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    • and this consciousness will not be attained if we give ourselves up to
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    • conveyed by the Old Testament gives any adequate or revealing
    • there — of the significance of the teachings given by the Risen
    • experience at Damascus as a teaching which, given by the Risen Christ,
    • of the teachings which could be given by the Risen Christ to His
    • Contemplation of the Mystery of Golgotha gives a stimulus to unfold
    • given up to the process of metabolism, knows than a man. It is, of
    • of the teachings given by the Risen Christ to His initiated disciples.
    • realise that the most important teachings of all were given, not by
    • was intended to give men the power to regard death — which from
    • who cannot believe in Christ?” Here let me give you reassurance.
    • Lecture given at Dornach, 22nd April, 1922.
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    • before last I had to give a lecture in Stockholm, among other towns in
    • I had also to give one in Uppsala. In the Library there — in the
    • which had once to be given in the middle of the Fourth Post-Atlantean
    • With the Coming of Christ this Impulse was given.
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    • As Goethe portrays it, the inner impulse given by the Easter
    • given. The writer of the Gospel of St. John himself indicates that
    • profound secret, of a momentous truth which gives the answer to the
    • have to look for the process which gives rise to thoughts. When our
    • and reaction of the elements gives rise to thunder, so the action and
    • during our earthly life that that which gives man his true being as
    • be spiritualised through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha
    • to give expression to this certainty. If men are clear as to what they
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    • Two Lectures (hitherto untranslated) given at Nurnberg, December 2 – 3, 1911.
    • These lectures were given by Rudolf Steiner during a period of intense
    • 1911, he had given fundamental lectures in Prague and in Italy. In
    • was given in Munich of his second Mystery Play, “The Soul's
    • Christ” was given in Karlsruhe; here he gave the fundamental
    • already been given during the preceding years, from 1908 onwards. Dr.
    • before these lectures were given, Michael Bauer had come to know Dr.
    • From various indications I have given here you will have grasped that
    • little thought is given to them. But those who reflect upon their
    • Commandments something is given which has spread through the world as
    • given in the Ten Commandments.
    • to the fullness of their ego, to what gives life to their ego in the
    • it. That is the second revelation given to mankind; they are enabled
    • revelation which should give us the full content, the thought-content,
    • The best advice we can be given for the future is, therefore, to make
    • or in the next, we may realise that newly-awakened faculties give us
    • thoughtlessly passed by this third great forewarning to mankind given
    • in his entire being is the task given in this new announcement —
    • to which we give the more or less abstract name of astral body.
    • — the faith-body. It has hitherto been given the more abstract
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    • as I have mentioned before — has to-day been given a place,
    • human soul was brought about. From indications given yesterday it can
    • given positive opportunities of making themselves familiar with the
    • effective aid to be given. Even if those wishing for Anthroposophy can
    • post-Atlantean periods. When the lectures on the Apocalypse were given
    • words: “Duty — when one loves the commands one gives to
    • enacted, needed only to be given a new form.
    • This great teacher, who will be able to give to men ripe for it the
    • can give, and what the Anthroposophical Movement has the will to
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    • lecturer), given in Berlin, November through December, 1915.
    • the body given us by our ancestors through heredity, it is then our
    • from the spiritual world and enters into that which is given by father
    • possibility of preserving our Ego. Now this possibility is given us,
    • and it is given us through the fact that the first days after death
    • into the spiritual world can immediately give information about
    • I have given, from different standpoints, a definite time to the periods of
    • externally. I should like to give an apt instance of this. Just
    • in the physical world. I have given these divisions of life thus: the
    • them from the earth to give them the strength they on their part
    • but are merely intelligent, are normally able to give certain
    • assistance, which can no longer be given by one who dies in later
    • given by one who dies in later years. That rests in the fact that
    • that much of what rightly gives us pain when we are only able to
    • spiritual science can give us as a precious unction for the whole
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    • the Grafin Kalckreuth) I was able as early as 1903 to give the first
    • intimate lectures in our sphere, which I had to give in Munich. And
    • this, otherwise I could not give out the later and higher truths in
    • gives the starting point for the maintenance of the Ego through the
    • of space gives us and thereby win our Ego-consciousness for the life
    • is then as follows. If you have given anybody a blow in life, you feel
    • essential of the time in Kamaloka lies in the fact that it gives us
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    • lecturer), given in Berlin, November through December, 1915.
    • only then does it become fruitful for us, for it can then give many
    • From the descriptions which have been given, you will already have
    • physical body gives. He makes use of the organs of the physical body
    • ordinary human life are only given what we are able to receive,
    • those who alone give value to the life of existence, out of that which
    • death of sacrifice. The devotional natures, those given up to the
    • what is now sacrificed will the forces of progress be given to the
    • merely the material exists, not merely that which is given over to the
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    • lecturer), given in Berlin, November through December, 1915.
    • brain-fettered understanding gives, as a rule, no solution. That can
    • inner picture, which, I may say, gives one an inner impression of
    • for the answers can only be given to the human soul as by a revealing
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    • lecturer), given in Berlin, November through December, 1915.
    • gives a lecture on what one really sees in the spiritual world, one
    • I have given instances. I shall bring forward an especial case to-day
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    • lecturer), given in Berlin, November through December, 1915.
    • this earth as one man knows of another, of whom he is given a model in
    • gives us a mere papier-maché image of the earth. And he who
    • gives himself up to what in our materialistic age is designated
    • and can no longer find anything which is not given by the mannequin.
    • they give more than pictures, for they point to the ‘Thing in
    • language which gives him his vocabulary. And because he is accustomed
    • things as given in words! Now, that is supposed to be something very
    • when he no longer believes what these accidental senses can give. A
    • beautiful sentence is given us on the twelfth page of this book.
    • thought, and due regard has been given to each single word. If one
    • different grouping of twenty-three accidental signs can give.’
    • its reality what, for example, Spiritual Science seeks to give. For
    • it has to give must naturally always remain incomprehensible to those
    • earth aura. Through this there was given to the earth, for the first
    • retain this in their hearts, nor give forth in the right way what they
    • Mass. (These assistants are boys who give external help at the Mass.)
    • given something to eat and were put to bed. Towards evening, when they
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    • today through the concepts of Theosophy. At first people were given
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    • do today has its expression in the astral body. If I give somebody a
    • living idea. Thirdly, the rose gives pleasure to the person and in
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    • gives himself his direction. These are therefore two opposite kinds of
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    • no educational matter whatever, but is given a pregnant sentence
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    • of ether is the bearer of everything which gives form to the finest
    • the Epiphysis, the organ which will give reality to the images which
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    • thinking however he is creative. Nothing gives rise to thoughts unless
    • earthly existence. This gives him the plans, the directions, the laws
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    • remain, will be given form through the will, which then lives within
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    • “Before the eyes can see they must give up tears”, [The
    • give something to the object, which is Not-I. In regard to wishes, to
    • and there gives it over to still higher Planes.
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    • several hours in meditation and give yourself up to some sentence of
    • purpose does man have an astral body? It is to give him the
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    • by word of mouth. The teaching about the Gods was also given in this
    • who was given this name.
    • This teaching about the Gods, as given by Dionysius, encompasses three
    • in. The Devas become Devas as soon as they are able to give back again
    • given back. It is ‘Theosophy’ in as much as the Gods themselves were
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    • incarnations. He has given over his physical body to the forces of the
    • Furthermore he has given back that part of his astral body into which
    • ‘You have given us the forces of reproduction,’ so in the future he
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    • The impulse given through the Rosicrucians to European history from
    • such an occult training very little consideration was given to the
    • right impulse to be given to these instruments of the occult
    • Let us suppose that someone had given the design and the impulse for
    • development of mankind. The transformation of the world was not given
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    • us in our thoughts. Imagination gives the picture. This is why the
    • imagination gives the picture, not abstract thoughts. In all
    • What a man gives out into the world remains as the five Skandhas in
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    • Now when man dies he gives over to the forces of the earth his whole
    • therefore in the case of the ordinary person is given over to the
    • Buddhi. The description here given of the human being is as seen in
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    • relationship with the densified astral substance and gives it life.
    • excesses, there the substance is given in which powerful asuric forces
    • therefore, instruction is first given as to how one cuts into animals.
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    • hundred years, an Akasha-picture gives the impression of the earlier
    • also possible for the Akasha-picture to give sensible answers, even to
    • opportunity is given for complete recollection of the past life.
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    • given as doctrine, but was painted by Michelangelo, Raphael, Leonardo
    • opinions give rise to much wrangling, the thoughts are there. If one
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    • given him by his surroundings. The mirrored pictures work on his
    • Karma. Thereby we can give permanence to everything in the Monad.
    • the work of our higher Ego we transform the transient body given us by
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    • ‘Lucifer’ is the name given to the Moon Adepts; they are the bestowers
    • Prometheus however gives them fire, the faculty of developing ever
    • Jehovah all the Monads and physical man would be given over to the
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    • give himself his own form. On the previous astral Earth Jehovah and
    • his hosts had given man his form. On the plastic-astral Earth however
    • man will give himself his form out of his inner force; hence this is
    • One is not working in vain when one gives form to the mineral kingdom.
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    • form. The Lord's Prayer gives us in its final words: ‘For Thine is the
    • everything. All human egos and all separateness will be given up and
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    • prevented. Lucifer made use of what had been given by the Mars forces.
    • The new state of the Earth was given the name of Mars. Things
    • Lucifer, but Lucifer could not have given it life. Man could never
    • the Fifth Globe he will give all this form. On the Sixth Globe all
    • will then give it form outside himself. In the Sixth Round there will
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    • What one gives physically to the infant goes over into his astral
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    • We will give you yet another special example of how one can immerse
    • matter itself. Unless this fine substance were given off, man would be
    • In the Sixth Sub-Race the predisposition will be given for the
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    • doctor gives is that this or that illness is caused by bacilli. We
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    • Bread and Wine must again be sacrificed, must be given up. Thus as
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    • Gita no longer give any real picture of the mighty conceptions of the
    • the Persian peoples, the Good was given a particular place in the
    • the Third Sub-Race. With this, something was given which translated
    • of the Gods). This gives the Northern saga its tragic note, for it not
    • change is given us. The divine knowledge of the stars is replaced by a
    • inspired by the Moorish-Arabian science. This gives the same
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    • However, this inheritance gives us only one side of his nature. Joined
    • able to give him. Something that proceeds from life to life, from
    • much the same way that blue and yellow combine to give green, the two
    • others, and gives them its own peculiar stamp. Where the bearer of the
    • practical fruit. Accordingly, only spiritual science can give us
    • which is always to reckon with what is given, and not with what is not
    • other thing is given. Through such true, living wisdom do we create
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    • This is the 3rd and 4th of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • been given. In the meantime let it be emphasized that when life and
    • it can only fail to be made when a man has given way to the
    • answer can be given that in the animal there is an inwardly creative
    • from a different standpoint, it gives most useful examples of how
    • each case given them a particular stamp. But we see that the
    • it has been given by the spirit to accompany it into existence.
    • passes its existence do give rise to experiences in its life of soul.
    • that his organs themselves give him no guidance upon what he must
    • find that which gives him his guarantee of immortality, that which is
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    • This is the 3rd and 4th of 15 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at
    • to give expression to something important, will therefore need to
    • the word content. To give you an example of what I mean, really not
    • gives them plastic form. So that if we follow up this thought it is
    • in the soul before the laws are given bodily form. Hence, at the
    • laws to which the beaver gives form in its constructions. In man
    • nature. But this again is given us also in an external bodily way,
    • phenomena of blushing and turning pale I have often given you common
    • day people will begin to give a little thought to what is here in
    • their individual functions, and are able to give evidence of the
    • gold nor silver but something that gives me infinite joy — the
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    • Four lectures given at Dornach, Switzerland, 25th June –
    • know that in Greek temples, where the oracles were given, certain
    • now given over our riddles and our questions to universal space. These
    • ready. But now they did not give themselves up to a questioning mood;
    • own egotistical way. He must be willing to wait until the cosmos gives
    • highest thoughts are given back to him from cosmic space. For although
    • eclipse of the sun, opportunity is given for the evil which is willed
    • makes its appearance in the cosmos and to which we give the name of a
    • the human soul. The study of mathematics does not, as a rule, give
    • could, it is true, be rapt in devotion when given up to the study of
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    • I will allude briefly to the indications given in last Sunday's
    • Mercury gives the answers for Jupiter, by learning to know Mercury,
    • parallelisms are given in extant literature today; but it never occurs
    • human being gives expression to his nature as a whole depends upon the
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    • Four lectures given at Dornach, Switzerland, 25th June –
    • the description given of the conditions in which man lives between
    • merest indications can be given — it is really not possible to
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    • given as an illustration. When we look at a rock-crystal, we can say,
    • plant's structure gives a clear indication of its complete adaptation
    • the sphere of the direct light from the sun. But all that gives the
    • element, which gives man the physical stamp for cleverness, also
    • world, but also give him his place in his immediate earthly
    • are minerals which give off radiations, among them the so-called
    • investigated such matters say: These radiations give rise to something
    • Lecture-Courses given by Rudolf Steiner:
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    • dramatic productions. If I may be allowed to give expression to the
    • gives me the deepest satisfaction to see how, this year as well as
    • Now that for some years past we have been able to give dramatic
    • writer, when desiring to give life and form to the personalities he is
    • of much that spiritual science gives us to feel our way into this
    • understanding to work; we need only give ourselves up to immediate
    • the fruits that Eros can give. We turn our gaze to Demeter and see in
    • needs to be given, though perhaps unconsciously, what it truly desires
    • representatives does not come to naught.” What is it that gives
    • one who himself wishes to work independently, nothing can give truer
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    • point of view these ideas give, we shall return again to the power of
    • able to give us a view into the land of our desire, into eternity. We
    • according to the needs of the age, great initiates give to men from
    • beginning of these lectures only approximate ideas can be given of so
    • of his physical body” can be given as an entirely explicit
    • gives us a really faithful image of the functions and processes in the
    • different. I will give you an example. Consider the hands. Just as
    • namely, what it is and what it can become through the methods given in
    • course of evolution as impulse all that can be given through living
    • all that, fundamentally, gives to evolution its whole stamp and
    • remains in the soul that might give preference to any one religion. We
    • studying a plant would give the flower preference over the root
    • Let us turn our gaze to the initiates who give light to mankind as the
    • phenomenon. I could give examples of what I have just told you of the
    • to give to mankind through their super-physical bodies. In Christ we
    • have the one and only individuality Who has given all that He gave,
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    • as we can give a description of the hand in physical life at all, we
    • This gives some idea of how desires and cravings are real forces,
    • and beings who give one the feeling that what they expose is
    • consciousness, if it is to give a correct description, cannot express
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    • given through any philosophical concepts. Then you will feel what a
    • feeling what can give us ideas about initiation. Let us assume that a
    • The feeling one has is one of being given up to the objective, to the
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    • so. Anyone who has to give advice as to the exercises to be undertaken
    • that fills the soul. I wanted to give this merely as an illustration
    • things, as an impulse given by a being of the spiritual world —
    • worlds so that they can give out these impulses. When you reach the
    • meeting it. I beg you to give this little digression your serious
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    • said to give a normal path, a normal “line of march” for a
    • initiation. Hence the need of something more than instructions given
    • Without wishing to give any kind of explanation about what has been
    • is that gives the more or less monistic or materialistic stamp to our
    • anthroposophists, to give heed to all that is being done in this
    • to convert into evil what Lucifer could give them. The views about
    • give the passing moment back to eternity, that is in Ahriman's power.
    • with a new form. Something has to be cast aside to give the being in
    • what gives us the power for self-development. Connections with
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    • order to comprehend, grasp and receive what can be given by those who
    • and thus give it to the world. Of course, men may be entangled in
    • give themselves open-mindedly to what is being imparted; in that case
    • have given him the facility for open-mindedly receiving these things.
    • give their opinion about the riddles and phenomena of the universe,
    • of responsibility in face of what is given from the realm of spiritual
    • the means given in the etheric. What thus we are allowed to tell of
    • lectures become increasingly numerous. If free play be given for the
    • literature, what has been permitted to be given in a number of
    • — if men looked for the meaning in all they have been given, they
    • will then be taking with them the best that anthroposophy can give to
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    • to give a sure support to the life of the soul, affording as they do,
    • our destiny and also through our inward life, which give us pain and
    • will, with what gives to man his value. So that all the wealth which
    • the feeling that we must so order our sensation that it gives us true
    • objective, something that is outside us. Our reflections would give
    • can only give expression to a part of the possibilities I have within
    • short, the human form appears to one as something which gives forth
    • given, regarding the form in which the human being experiences birth
    • merely something which gives us thoughts and ideas, but which can
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    • spiritual post-mortem teachers can give us, depend greatly on what we
    • it is which gives man his value. We might say that as long as a human
    • religion and the life connected with religion should give to man.
    • which our divine-spiritual teachers can give us are dependent on what
    • they have given us all they could in the meantime; they have made us
    • have so far acquired in life. The strength given us by the Gods is
    • as it were, into the forces the Gods have given thee; thou canst go
    • into the spiritual worlds, for the Gods have given thee a very great
    • give ye thanks, ye Gods! Ye have given us the power to know as much
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    • a sense perception. Sense perceptions may give rise to thought, but
    • contained in the feeling would lay hold of and give force to that
    • given, I must add that the nature of man has changed in the course of
    • which come from what we sensibly perceive, never give such an impulse
    • all. The only ideas which give us the impulse and power which we need
    • Intuition. In former times this consciousness was given to man as a
    • life-giving power. Christ gives life to that which dies in us, which
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    • Science in life. It gives the instinct and powers to work well, to do
    • I might give you another example
    • truth gives us no satisfaction, no joy, no pleasure; it torments us.
    • studied theoretically; one may receive what they give merely as
    • awaken feelings through the ideas it gives us. To one who really
    • it has to give which does not either, on the one hand, uplift us, or
    • soul different, it gives it different sympathies and antipathies, it
    • instincts different; it gives us the impulse to do the right thing.
    • feeling-will, or willing-feeling to give the answer from out this
    • are unable really to give the answer. The consequence of this is that
    • we rush past on the stream of time and fail to give the answer at the
    • to answer; we can only give the answer later. But the opportunity
    • intervening spiritual life, to give the answer when we are asked. We
    • has to answer. And he knows that he must give the answer by a certain
    • spiritual world creative power strives to give reality to that which
    • Christ is therefore not given to the world because the Father had to
    • give the Son to the world, but the Son is given to the world as a
    • creates, gives freely. For this reason we can never arrive at God the
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    • gives the power to maintain the remembrance of the Ego. The Christ
    • physical plane, it is extremely difficult to give an accurate
    • have given birth. We ourselves look upon that which is outside, that
    • to which we have given birth at the moment of death. When at our
    • have given birth, which we have ourselves organised, for we have
    • ourselves given birth to it. There, we have given birth to a world,
    • whereas, when we are born physically, this world gives birth to us.
    • give the fundamental tone through our transformed memories. We live
    • have been given, I am in a position to describe various conditions
    • given; for before this could be done, it was necessary that certain
    • something which, as a new kind of soul-light, is able to give us an
    • which after death gives us the power to maintain the remembrance of
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    • many incarnations. Some almost animal pleasures give intense pain to
    • the spirit-world. Pain suffered on the physical plane gives spirit
    • archetype are forces drawing us to physical parents who can give
    • things are possible; the spiritual world simply gives thee the power
    • do this with much of what we have enjoyed and has given us pleasure,
    • that which has given us pleasure, we have also become debtors to the
    • conscience, that he must not give himself up to certain enjoyment,
    • ourselves an earthly body which will give us the opportunity to
    • into capacities to which we can give expression when we are
    • to give the service due to certain people in my next incarnation if I
    • sworn enemy; I must now give in to him.’ The case might arise
    • rebirth, and they would then give the death blow to certain of our
    • wonder at this. I might give you other examples of the karmic
    • concerns us very closely. Public lectures have to be given on the
    • subject of Spiritual Science. These are given to a public that is
    • parents in respect of whom he feels that they give him the hereditary
    • existence, to where the Holy Ghost approaches and gives us the vision
    • just to make the connection, it gives us sometimes so much, that if
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    • conception! Remember my attempt to give an outline of the
    • waver always between pride and modesty. We must certainly not give
    • has to give.
    • this most important of all impulses, which alone gives earthly
    • My dear friends, give
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    • it is solely by political means that I am given an exclusive right
    • imagine itself to be God-given ... the truth to which all religious
    • prevail in immeasurably wide circles, gives rise to another, so that
    • health, given by nature. For we know that the Mystery of Golgotha was
    • is given by fairy-tales and legends, by all that leads away from dry
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    • given of the spiritual world — the world which man lives
    • spiritual forces which are bound up with loneliness, and are given a
    • All this gives us
    • try above all to make such an encounter with the spirit that it gives
    • super-sensible — at least I have no wish to give it any active
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    • hoped-for after my arrival here. What I can therefore give during
    • phenomena of electricity are given to the human being, who thereupon
    • species, thus grouping and comprising what is given, to begin with,
    • then the given mass brings the other mass, weighing one gramme, into
    • forces, dominating a given field of phenomena, proceed. Nor need the
    • centric forces. If at a given point d you tried to trace the
    • calculate potentials? An answer can indeed be given, and it is such
    • profoundly clear to Goethe. In him, it was a Nature-given instinct,
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    • force which is acting on the given mass by the length of the path,
    • following. We will remain purely within the given facts. Kindly
    • give a grey but remaining mutually independent in their activity.
    • and simply taking what is given, purely from what you see you have
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    • the given facts. However, as you have seen, in these phenomena not
    • be a space — all this is remaining purely within the given
    • a larger angle, I got the picture at a given place, if I then made
    • things that are not given.
    • stronger resistance, to which must give way. From the surface of the
    • water onward I must give way to the stronger resistance, and, that I
    • given realities. They put a merely fancied activity in place of what
    • is evidently given: the resistance of the denser water to the
    • colours are thus put together again, which must once more give
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    • IVf). When we have by and by got it white-hot, it will also give
    • flowing light itself gives us the explanation.
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    • luminous gives a complete spectrum — expending all the way from
    • prevails that what is actually given in real Nature in such a case is
    • splitting up the given totality, the v, into two abstract
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    • given up to a light-filled space and to a darkness-filled space. We
    • we may compare the feeling we have, when given up to a light-filled
    • out, we have to give away, — we have to give something of
    • us is to communicate, to give; whilst the effect of darkness is to
    • us, making us give of ourselves. So at long last we are led to say:
    • however that you face the difference, quite obviously given in point
    • given facts. The fact for instance that material bodies in the
    • neighbourhood of other material bodies will under given conditions
    • include among the given facts what is understood by the term
    • adding something to the given fact; you are no longer purely and
    • requisite conditions. Given some other temperature, it could no
    • longer be. Our need is therefore to give up looking at Nature in the
    • in direct connection with what is given to us from the outer world
    • phenomena for which a very convenient fact is indeed given. If you
    • matters of principle today, to give the necessary background. In
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    • colour. As I have said before, all I can give you in this Course
    • darken it to violet, it would give yellow.
    • what is given you in modern Physics, abstracted as it is from all
    • the string of a musical instrument gives out a note. We make the
    • given facts.
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    • oscillation of condensation and attenuation gives, as regards the
    • give you much indeed. For it will shew you among other things how
    • does not give the answer. Might it not be as follows? Suppose you
    • space. The conditions for it to enter space are not given until I
    • globe are not given until I make them. The outer air-waves can only
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    • do during these days is to give you a few points of view, with the
    • explanations may be rounded off, to give you something more
    • complete. Tomorrow I will give a few concluding aspects, also
    • figures, how much warmth is needed to produce a given, measurable
    • to produce a given, measurable amount of warmth or heat. So doing,
    • primitive mechanical ideas, but makes it necessary to give our
    • given as a foundation for the other.
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    • provisional conclusion. I want to give you a few guiding lines
    • is the chemical element itself which as it were gives itself up
    • “ether” refuses to turn up. In fact it was not given to
    • 180°. Of course you know this. Now then we have to give our
    • while α' + ß' + γ' taken together give an
    • anthroposophical lectures I have often given instances of how the
    • our Science gives us reality. What people fondly believe to be the
    • that could be given in these few improvised hours. It had to be
    • intentions we set before us. All I could give were a few hints and
    • Yet, little as it is, I think what has been given may be of help to
    • is most essential to give the realities a chance to unfold. We must
    • realization in our hearts and minds will give the consciousness we
    • given by Rudolf Steiner at Stuttgart
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • The purpose of these lectures is to give a survey of findings of
    • cannot, at a given moment, penetrate through the colours, lights and
    • certain respect man is given up to them? And is there anyone who, if
    • happenings in the world in order to give you the blow you have
    • sleeper which have been given over to a world that is to begin with an
    • what outer impressions have brought to him. His inner self is given
    • this world to which man's inner self is given over, into which his Ego
    • While he is asleep man is given over to the Macrocosm, poured out into
    • During ecstasy he is likewise given over to the Macrocosm, but then he
    • indeed given over to a spiritual world but it is a world which tears
    • body a man is given up to another world, he draws from that
    • into the Macrocosm and gives rise to our inner experiences, becomes
    • what is experienced by a person in ecstasy, when he is given over to a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • antipathy in us. We are given up to pleasure, to pain, in short to the
    • given up to the external world? What is it that feels pleasure and
    • early times these three forces have been given definite names in
    • give rise to certain inner states; everyone will realise that the
    • In the morning the Sentient Soul begins to be given up to the
    • influence is given over on waking to the external world of the senses.
    • Spiritual science again gives a special name to the whole of the
    • go to sleep is given the name of Mars, the influence which takes
    • long as a man is given up to the outer world; it receives the
    • forth, merely echo on within him, then he is given over to his
    • this outer world and work over them inwardly, then we are given over
    • passing over to deeds, then we are given over to the
    • whiteness of the rose, I am given up to my Sentient Soul. If, however,
    • them, then I am given over to my Intellectual or Mind-Soul. I am
    • to myself that because the flowers have given me pleasure I will
    • threefold life of soul by day is given over to the forces designated
    • different positions and mutual relationships, gives expression to
    • I have only been able today to give a faint indication of
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • further studies. The lectures given in this Course must be regarded as
    • a consuming fire.” This feeling gives rise outwardly to the flush
    • of the Sun. The fact of which only an abstract indication was given
    • The book gives, for example, an account of the earlier embodiments of
    • place in the description of Earth-evolution an indication is given of
    • This knowledge can be given today in the place of experiences which
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • experiences when we take up a pen today to give expression to our
    • which hitherto we had no notion. The descriptions given in most
    • to witness justice and righteousness will give us joy and we shall
    • sleep. From this it is evident that when a man is given up to his own
    • This experience is followed by another which gives us the certain
    • give, only give. What should we ourselves have become if they had done
    • give, and become able to pour out forces such as are poured
    • into us when we are given over to the Macrocosm during sleep? This
    • as a reality. If these feelings are really alive in a man and he gives
    • epoch to epoch. Those Cosmic Powers to whom we are given over every
    • capacity in order to make up for past negligence. This vow gives life
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    • acquaint ourselves with the information given by those who have
    • concentrated as it were in the present etheric body and were given
    • the present incarnation is forgotten, and having utterly given himself
    • the spiritual world into his present personality. This gives rise to
    • penultimate incarnation. This gives rise to the feeling of being a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • accordance with the colouring given it by this reinforced Ego. For
    • be subdued. The Ego had as it were to be given over to the spiritual
    • experiencing the condition during which he is given over to sleep. We
    • being given the support of helpers who in their turn supported the
    • give information about those worlds from his own experience. A team or
    • fire. Such a man is entering a higher world which gives him
    • their movements and positions. Thereby these heavenly bodies give
    • terms derived from this world. Only in this way is it possible to give
    • to give guiding lines for the right kind of description of the World
    • want to give an idea of a still higher world it must be done rather
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • different people may give entirely different accounts of the
    • Elementary World given by people possessed of a lower form of
    • that has given my thought this particular trend? Would my thinking
    • It has a very strong healing effect if he can be given a world-outlook
    • given to the Hierarchies and the Beings themselves, for they too
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • pictures — which are given in every school for genuine spiritual
    • The accounts given there are intended for a rather wider public and
    • who gives us nothing more than indications. At every step we remain
    • our own master while scrupulously following the indications given. We
    • follow the indications given by the teacher as we should do in the
    • case of those given by a tutor in mathematics, only now our whole soul
    • in the old sense but only in the sense that he gives advice as to how
    • the higher worlds. A mere outline has been given today. To-morrow we
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • also to be encountered in physical life gives him gladness and joy.
    • of this experience given by one of them may be altogether different
    • from that given by the other; yet both of them may be right from their
    • Human and Cosmic Thought. Four lectures given in Berlin,
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • snapshots would have to be placed side by side. That will give you an
    • Space. This gives us a clue to an earlier stage of the human soul when
    • later stage than the heart. All this gives one a quite different
    • that answer gives a certain indication that man must also change his
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • shall be given, not to the intellect only — though that is of
    • to give the stimulus for something which can and should well forth of
    • itself from every soul. He seeks only to give expression to the truths
    • which every soul, given sufficient time, could experience in itself.
    • Indications have now been given as to how it is possible to understand
    • be found today? In that which gives man the possibility of calling
    • through it he will be able to give expression to his own individual
    • that it is given to us by grace and that we must first grow into it
    • Macrocosm but in a certain sense we also give them back, although we
    • instructions given so lightheartedly nowadays about this or that mode
    • should be given only when the knower is filled with reverence, with
    • Spiritual Science are given not merely in order to spread knowledge
    • knowledge that may give us understanding of the world, of its
    • nature of things that only little can have been given. The finest
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • Two lectures given at Stuttgart, Germany in 1918, and one lecture
    • given at Hilversum, Holland in 1921. Translated by Michael and Elisabeth
    • give any information about even the simplest phenomena of
    • perfectly clear, I would like to give the following
    • spiritual which gives direction to the soul life. It is only
    • spirit — that one has to give
    • observation gives us insight into the relationship of the
    • gives us insight into the human ego. When we can use this
    • we discover the spiritual, which gives us our first view of the
    • gives the latter its due. He does not do what those who follow
    • able to give to the soul gives religious life its foundation
    • concepts given in the science of spirit do not deaden you to
    • of what the science of spirit is able to give to the human
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    • Two lectures given at Stuttgart, Germany in 1918, and one lecture
    • given at Hilversum, Holland in 1921. Translated by Michael and Elisabeth
    • long time if I were even to give an outline of all that
    • particular order with particular laws, all this has to be given
    • having given lectures for so many years now, I do not hesitate
    • kinds of descriptions that the scientist of spirit must give.
    • at the lectures which have been given here for many years, will
    • gives the investigator quite different problems from the person
    • only want to give a sketch of this dream life as seen by the
    • given to him by his actual observation of what dreams really
    • that have given us joy, what has come to us in life that we
    • approaches such things. I have only been able to give an
    • of humanity have been able and have wanted to give something to
    • and valuable whole, if this feeling of harmony gives him a pure
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    • Two lectures given at Stuttgart, Germany in 1918, and one lecture
    • given at Hilversum, Holland in 1921. Translated by Michael and Elisabeth
    • gives us any answers to the great questions of human
    • And what has practical life given us? Of course, all the
    • very seriously the fruits which natural science has given
    • supposing, for instance, we give a volume of Shakespeare to a
    • ordinary knowledge and that which gives us information about
    • result that what could only be given to the ancient peoples
    • after difficult preparation is now given to us in the
    • an ego. It gives us our ordinary self-consciousness. We
    • given us out of the Science of the Spirit in an artistic
    • gone a long way if they have given others an education so that
    • promise of itself: that it can not only give satisfaction to
    • give a new impetus to social life.
    • Spirit can give to the great questions which humanity has about
    • for the uses of education and given to the children in an
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    • various phenomena and manifestations are given expression. In
    • passed through the gate of death. I will give you an actual
    • He may assimilate the ideas and concepts given by the seer and allow
    • concepts upon him is that they give rise to dread and terror. And
    • organ and be unable to use it gives rise to nervous diseases in a
    • so especially in our own time, the possibility will be given for the
    • can accustom ourselves to give up thinking about external things.
    • more can be done: for example, we can give a positive answer to the
    • said to be the embodiment of the inner soul-force which gives expression
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    • was a mighty impulse which had never before been given in the same
    • was given: ‘A man is a two-legged creature without
    • we may give him — this Being does exist. There are many Beings
    • was given through Michael. This revelation can be discovered in
    • supreme importance is that every such Archangel gives to the Age its
    • was given over to the elements of the earth, and from that time onwards
    • physical body, for that was given over to the physical earth and is
    • and in the next few centuries will give to the world something that in a
    • Golgotha in order to give that era its keynote, just as then he was
    • can give us new spiritual light which may be regarded as a
    • transformation of the light that was given through him at the time of
    • given in Anthroposophy. Out of their own experience they will be able
    • brief indications I have been able to give you will gradually make their
    • be given and for these our minds must be kept open. Should we not be
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • together in true social cooperation, in mutual give and take, then
    • The indication that I shall try to give in this lecture course will
    • point of view that I would like to give these lectures. They will not
    • have pointed this out in various way. In lectures given at various
    • I have given
    • It tells itself: This thinking, this theology, these ideas, give me
    • their God-given I. And they said, or could have said: I penetrate
    • can give me, I am led into this naught of human thinking. I must
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    • the case. The processes and events occurring at any given time in the
    • human development; this is why I give such descriptions. There are in
    • any given case only a couple of images cast up to the surface that we
    • himself. He cannot as yet give up his soul element completely, but he
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    • alignment of his axis of vision in order to focus on a given point by
    • threefold membering will give you true insight into the human being.
    • abstract scheme of the coordinate axes. What gives me the impression
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    • surface of a given body or to its path of movement. Geometrical and
    • starting point of his cosmology was thus given by the earth.
    • But to give the scientific mode of thinking its proper value, it must
    • for himself. It was something given to him, and which he found
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    • have been offered for it. And example is a lecture given by the
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    • that clairvoyant perception can give greater insight, but it is not
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    • scientific age, no one gives them any thought. Facts that are of
    • this at any given moment of our life, so this statement that we feel
    • determining a given speed by measuring it, but to think of speed in
    • interferes, and the body has achieved a given speed per second, it
    • calculating the position of a given planetary body in the heavens,
    • another person moving over a given area, it makes no difference for
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    • Scotus Erigena developed ideas that give the impression of
    • when a second or third glass of water is consumed, it no longer gives
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    • to be content with given guidelines and indication. Today, therefore,
    • velocity possessed by a given object. We must advance from motion to
    • that has significance within a given body. It matters little
    • gives up life and constantly dies, the soul-spiritual thoughts,
    • are lazy — forgive me for this harsh expression, I don't
    • everywhere in our lectures or lecture cycles, and that give spiritual
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    • of the one given when I was last here. I will begin with those
    • 19th century which has given a great deal of support to a
    • such conclusions as those I have given. One question is this: Is there
    • thinking alone, but we begin simply to read off what is given from
    • This was the information given at the last meeting of the Berlin
    • condition that gives rise to heat does not come to us in so isolated a
    • form as does the condition which gives rise to light. Our eye is
    • life. If someone says — Here is a boy, another boy has given him a
    • thrashing given; there is no difference. Am I to conclude from this
    • particular class of facts, but no recognition has been given to him.
    • wall. This gives rise to heat.” They may move faster and faster,
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    • expansion and the original length, I get the expansion for a given
    • This gives the formula for the expansion of the surface. If now, you
    • squared and cubed give such small quantities, these can be dropped
    • the lectures are given in degrees Celsius.) You will see, the mercury
    • new impulse given by a certain scientific spirit in Europe through
    • Therefore, let us hold strictly to what is given and from this seek an
    • things, given to observation, as expansion and irregularity in
    • give attention to the enormous meaning that the being of the sun has
    • considered as acting through the spatially given phenomena from the
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    • hold their shape of themselves, whatever form is given them they
    • dimensions movement in two dimensions gives access to them. It is
    • while it is expanding, does not give off heat to its surroundings,
    • space. Consider now how this gives our formula a very special aspect.
    • but the drawing adds nothing to your idea. You have given, the sum of
    • dimension in space. It is important at this time to give attention to
    • This completely closed vessel gives it its form.
    • the walls which give form to the gas. We may state the matter thus:
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    • consideration, we will have to give up attaining any clarity in this
    • following the same course of reasoning as has given rise to the
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    • Let me give you an analogy. When we follow the heating of a solid body
    • gives us our own substance, we thus enter an unknown region. This is
    • the body can solidify, it can give itself a form
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    • The small amount of water in the tube gives off vapor. We can
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    • physical research, are completely given over to working out the
    • ceases. Gas does not form a surface. If we wish to give form to a gas,
    • formulae as they are given may be looked upon as representing a
    • earth gives it a liquid surface and I must put this liquid into a
    • night. In the future we must be able to make a given experiment during
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    • which is given as an observable fact. What follows now from this whole
    • environment. The view may therefore be advanced: in space as given us,
    • instant the perpetuum mobile strives to establish itself in any given
    • pictures the fluid, the fluid gives the foreshadowing of the gaseous,
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    • revelation of nature that is given us in the musician's ear itself.
    • with the outer oxygen as when he gives off more heat. Consequently
    • realm must give us a picture of the solids. In the world of solids we
    • supposed to give rise to the phenomenon while in reality the light
    • read what is there given as explanation of a special spectral
    • really given in such a manner that one has no foundation on which to
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    • brought to a conclusion, let us carry out a few experiments to give
    • body reacts, one part after another, to give him the sensation of
    • warmth, just as the urchins give a yell when they experience the heat.
    • examine his form among other formed bodies we are obliged to give him
    • this attribute. Thus, the forces that give from elsewhere are within
    • consciousness. We have a corporeality, but this form is not given in
    • it, in this form, in any given solid body. We know that if conditions
    • will be cleared up I think by a lecture to be given by one of our
    • our formulae must be given another character. Will phenomena have to
    • be given negative values in contrast to heat phenomena; and thought
    • phenomena have to be given negative values as contrasted to the forces
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    • But when you recollect how a given realm always gives a sort of
    • me the fluid. What gives it solidity may extend over into the
    • the particles are hard, non-elastic bodies. This has given form to the
    • in these formulae forces, in the case where these forces are given the
    • These facts, my dear friends, can be given, so to speak, only
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    • gives us the temperature difference.
    • I may calculate for a given area that I will call
    • produced by permitting a given amount of heat to act for a longer
    • themselves give the quantity of heat,
    • turned, then none of the mathematical expressions so far given would
    • for them at all. Physics does not give us a definite formulation of
    • for instance, “a given quantity of heat changes into a certain
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    • will try to conclude the lecture series being given during my present
    • solid realm foreshadows the gaseous, and the gaseous gives a picture
    • of heat. So likewise we can say that heat gives a picture of the X
    • Everything that makes possible the presence of the corpse, that gives
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    • Let me first give a general summary of what we have taken under
    • world. It is this which gives a certain characteristic to the physics
    • supposed to give rise to electricity which in turn produced lightning
    • force that gives form.
    • give you a picture in closing to recapitulate and show you how much
    • can only give indications now — this fact shows that we stand
    • We must, my friends, give thought to certain things. We must push
    • Mr. Strakesch, and Dr. Kolisko have presented to you in order to give
    • advance. We need first the science that can be given in these schools.
    • physicists, whom we have among our number will be able to give new
    • about an impact and given a name to the phenomenon that we speak of an
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • IT IS a great pleasure to me to be able to give this series of
    • and which give in a dilettante manner all kinds of imagined knowledge
    • contains the super-sensible powers which give shape and life to the
    • the Cosmos can, after all, give man no more than an etheric
    • world of which the one which gives him body and soul is but an image;
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • the dissolution from the body; he is given a pre-vision of what really
    • fell almost completely into discredit. It had to give place to the
    • existence can be given in any satisfactory way. Any theory formed from
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • described in the foregoing considerations, can give such a definition.
    • shall give it as it emerges from the states of consciousness already
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • hear how the Being who had before given to man the echo from spiritual
    • In later times his union with the Christ was to give him in another
    • way what had thus been given him in primæval time by nature, through
    • which could give the soul the strength to approach the gates of Death
    • can give the soul only such strength as must be regarded as
    • it could not develop the power to give the soul such a comprehensive
    • Initiates, had given to man as an experience of eternity, and a
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • ordinary consciousness it happens that the soul can only give its
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
    • which gives us material for a real Cosmology. Just as an
    • gives us material for a true philosophy.
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    • Steiner gives a description of philosophy based on Imagination, cosmology
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    • will be to give you a picture of the theosophical conception of the world
    • primeval wisdom in new forms. The work of the Rosicrucians was to give
    • may be given. People speak so much today about higher or lower degrees of
    • It is the Rosicrucian wisdom that gives this knowledge to modern man
    • evolutionary stage to another. It gives rise to an overwhelming feeling of
    • realization gives one a living feeling of evolution. It is an essential
    • This gives a rise to an intimate concept of evolution.
    • is to give man his place in the great world in order to reveal to him
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    • the introductory lecture, the intention in this course is to give a
    • must have knowledge of these truths, such as is given by theosophy,
    • he has given someone else a hard blow, the latter feels pain. There
    • its offspring sucks its milk; this gives a feeling of bliss. What our
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    • In the lecture yesterday I endeavored to give a general survey of the
    • of man that form part of the picture I was able to give you yesterday.
    • are often given in public literature, a European body can be seriously
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    • Suppose we give someone a box on the ear. The physical and moral pain
    • expunge it from the world. During the kamaloka period an impetus is given
    • the happiness, the joy he has given to others. Little by little the
    • Think of an artist, or an inventor. This growing and becoming give
    • there. I will give you in figures later on the length of time between two
    • to give expression to it. The impulse has led the thought to take on
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • now be given of how the conditions prevailing in our physical world
    • induces the soul to descend again into the physical world, that gives
    • gives it the impulse to descend again to the earth in order to make
    • been given him and with which he has been connected in the physical
    • human love. The strongest impulses are given to the etheric body through
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    • no means fortuitous but of deep significance. The name given to a thing
    • move far, far over the earth and to give expression to cosmic facts.
    • of Will or the Thrones who give the substance for the human body, then
    • what this means I will give an illustration. Think of a metal plate
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VIII: Stages in the Evolution of our Earth. Lemurian, Atlantean, Post-Atlantean Epochs.
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    • death in the spiritual world. The more fully these souls had given
    • of the earth. A new impetus had been given and could be perceived by
    • were saved only by being given a physical foundation. The blood is the
    • longer crave for what does not come to him, or is not given to him.
    • given through Christ.
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    • feelings and life of thought the pupil must give himself up to certain
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    • Two lectures given at Berlin and Cologne on Goethe's
    • Lecture given by
    • try to give an interpretation of this fairy tale; Goethe put into
    • conception of the world which we try to give forth in a popular way
    • to clothe the highest truths in words and to give them forth in open
    • and the human spirit was not given out publicly as it is now, but
    • to receive that which was to be given to them in the Sanctuaries of
    • nature and of the laws of cycles, was given out as something which,
    • we withdraw from the profane life, we shall receive when we give up
    • into one another, they then give that which man experiences in his
    • given away all the gold which enriched them, so that the living
    • gives the dead Mops to his wife, that she may carry it to the
    • the commandment given in the Bible. He applied these words to the
    • as a shadow, — has been given a remarkable mission. Now this
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    • Two lectures given at Berlin and Cologne on Goethe's
    • well-known works. At the time of Goethe it was not possible to give
    • after wisdom, yet do not mingle it with their nature, but give it
    • wanted to stuff themselves with wisdom in order to be able to give it
    • him and gives him a sword. This represents the higher will, and is
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • The Akashic Record gives no information of a trinity existing in
    • belonged to the first degree of initiation, and were given the
    • Runner. The goal of all previous degrees of initiation was to give
    • What formerly was impossible could now be attained. Man could now give
    • strike fire again into what our ancestors have given us. Then human
    • and gives us inner strength and certainty of hope. It makes possible
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    • development. I can only give an indication of what I am now going to
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    • To plunge on plunge in a thousand streams it's given,
    • gives birth to this rhythm out of his own initiative out of his own
    • gives way to the Light that radiates toward us in the Star of Mankind,
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    • removed from all the knowledge given to man today by the external
    • before. If we would give a name to this soul perception, to that which
    • as in the description just given of the blue of the sky and the green
    • existence; I should like first to give you the dry facts which offer
    • first go to work empirically — that is, I must give an account,
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    • begin with (more details will be given in the subsequent lectures), we
    • esoteric development. Hence those who are able to give instruction for
    • with the Spirit which leads the planet through cosmic space, and gives
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    • IN the course of the two lectures already given, we have become
    • flowers; when I look at it, it gives me joy,” he does not simply
    • his inner being in mimic art; when, in short, he gives expression to
    • had to be given to man, in order that he might come to the truth by
    • he performs a loving action to another who needs love. He gives
    • fuller — gives us one quality of the workings of love. If we thus
    • In this way I have given you a slight description of the way in which
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    • already begun to do in the three lectures which have been given.
    • first of all finds his own guide, who can give him some idea of those
    • belonging to our ordinary normal consciousness which can give us an
    • as it exists at a given moment, we see the growth of the living being.
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    • words he can give us such an impression of all this rich life of
    • world have tried to give approximate concepts of what is Above, in
    • spirit which gives itself form, a spirit having form. We must
    • physical being, given by the Spirit of Form shines forth; and it
    • our observations, give the following information revealed by occult
    • description given in the Akasha Chronicle that the external aspect of
    • of Will were only to give the impulse of motion to the planet, every
    • which alone gives meaning to the whole system up to the consciousness
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    • independence, a number of beings of the Third Hierarchy had to give up
    • a consideration of the Spirits of Form, it will give us an idea of how
    • a boundary, gives form to this etheric substance which in an occult
    • These thoughts, now given out on the basis of occult observation and
    • once more given to us today, was met first in the Zarathustra
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    • observable in its most external nature. With the hypotheses given us
    • from one planetary system to another, and give information of what
    • individual planets. If a man searches for something which will give
    • concluding this lecture I should like to give you an idea of how this
    • willing human being, but one who can give us a special impression. We
    • first gives our occult vision an idea of the Cherubim. If we further
    • methods leading to the Cherubim and Seraphim can give us an
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    • place something appears which gives the impression of being like a
    • physically, though everything physical is a Maya) gives the impression
    • given by other planets of our system. If we thus observe a planet, or
    • certain way with these clairvoyant impressions. I will once more give
    • might have been added to the public lecture given yesterday, with
    • disclose to her the place where it lay. You see, this passage is given
    • through the special nature of its composition. I have given this as an
    • is given over to its own forces. As long as man lives, there must be a
    • investigating this world we may again give it a name. To us it is
    • we do not give the earth pain; it feels it to be good. But it did not
    • suffer as the earth progresses. It gives one a very strange feeling
    • deal to even the simplest mind, they give still more to those who can
    • nature in their relation to the higher worlds, and this alone can give
    • Public lecture given at Helsingfors, 9th April, 1912. ‘The Nature
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    • saying this we have at the same time given the concrete explanation of
    • that which gives the impulse to motion. Belonging to the plants we
    • peculiar line which puts forth the leaves vary. This gives a certain
    • had, during the Sun-period, been able to give man his etheric body out
    • give a direct impulse from the sun, that it seems to come not only
    • this sphere would give precisely the same information — it is the
    • Holy Rishis spoke of that which each one of them had to give to
    • he himself knew. They did not assert that what they had to give was the
    • recollection in the soul of each of what had been given earlier by the
    • Rishis said: “above them which we have to give as the
    • impulse given to the whole of humanity, has been accepted, though this
    • is that relation which has just been given of the successive spheres
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    • inner-being gives certain main types, main substances: and each
    • Therefore this substance has been given the same name as the cosmic
    • about because certain spirits having reached a given stage in their
    • clairvoyance then given to man, but his vision was such that he saw
    • course of lectures we could still only give suggestions of it; we can
    • Spirits of Will or their offspring give forth that which becomes the
    • Signs of the Zodiac in general give us their individual positions. It
    • originally given him, as an emanation from the Spirits of Form. This
    • opponent as given by H. P. Blavatsky is — one might say — the broken
    • expression of a truth. The presentation given from inspiration by
    • Blavatsky is only given a subjective coloring by her, because she had
    • writing given us in the forms and movements of the heavenly
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    • The Ten Commandments, a lecture, was given in Berlin, November 16,
    • The Ten Commandments, a lecture, was given in Berlin, November 16,
    • corresponds to this document itself. From the details given in the
    • the ego was first given to the Jewish people in the form of the old
    • We are concerning ourselves here with the explanation given to the
    • A strong ego impulse that creates good health was to be given the
    • The same is given in the sixth and seventh Commandments, with somewhat
    • spirit that are given. He who holds to these Commandments not in an
    • and that consequently they could not be given the same laws as a
    • — the Ten Commandments had to be given later and were then antedated.
    • Commandments were given them so that they should become capable with
    • sense would it have made to give them the Ten Commandments? It made
    • sense to give the Jewish people these laws so that the ego impulse
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    • The Sermon on the Mount, a lecture, was given in Munich, March 15,
    • The Sermon on the Mount, a lecture, was given in Munich, March 15,
    • Jesus Christ, but the most significant sign was given in advance
    • concerned, we must bear in mind what was given them in earlier realms.
    • Recently, I explained that these new qualities give us an insight into
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • They were given in Stockholm, Sweden in April of 1912. Printed from
    • nature, lie the Luciferic forces. Knowledge of such a fact is given
    • his organization, gives him on the other hand the first possibility of
    • human organization which is given me by the progressive forces that
    • a force will spring up which will give me something through which I
    • ecclesiastical ideas he could never find anything which would give him
    • the name later given to what the seven holy Rishis thus felt. The
    • worlds. “What we can give to men,” so spake Zarathustra,
    • in regard to the name of Christ and to the Gospels; they give him only
    • into my organization something which gives me strength and force
    • which was given through the Mystery of Golgotha can flash up in every
    • given through the achievements of the successive incarnations.
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    • They were given in Stockholm, Sweden in April of 1912. Printed from
    • give a few introductory remarks in a certain direction. You see,
    • have flowed out of what great initiates have been able to give to men.
    • But the religions were given in such a form that, in their contents,
    • suitable at a given time to a given group of men. But today we are in
    • a position to give through anthroposophy something which is not
    • through anthroposophy something is to be given which takes a
    • to Buddha, and that with this rising to Buddha there is given in this
    • on earth, in that we recognize the truth which they have to give. Yes,
    • cannot die without taking with him that which gives him the
    • to look on. This is what the initiation-principle gives as Christian
    • death. Then what he has given has already passed over into humanity,
    • the truth-containing element which has been given to mankind in the
    • compulsion; for we believe that what has been given to him, and is the
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    • It is lecture 5 of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various cities
    • It is lecture 5 of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various cities
    • given to the monastery. However he gave all these gifts away
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • sleep, gives to language the melodious sound. This gives to astral
    • Higher Beings. This gives us the right sense of responsibility in a
    • place through language in the midst of mankind gives us the capacity,
    • tenderness, with a pitying heart, how this gives to the child in this
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    • completely answered only if one gives a little attention to that
    • nature can never give to a corpse the form in which it exists. The
    • human being as we possess this in the earthly existence gives us a
    • be called memory of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ had given Himself
    • his own will, in which man shall give life again to a dead thinking by
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    • given today of the same case. What has actually happened cannot be
    • reads the descriptions that are given of such a case, feels as if
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    • darkening her, as though the names they give to the plants no longer
    • happenings. It is as though a terrible jerk had been given to the
    • For the Waldorf School gives no answer to the questions people want
    • time. One can give terribly intelligent answers to questions like:
    • such questions Waldorf pedagogy gives no reply at all.
    • give a picture of what Waldorf Education is, we must say that it
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    • also given his opinion on Anthroposophy. And now he becomes the
    • himself believe if he wants to give his faith a reasonable content.
    • the present day to be cold, arid. It must be given life and inner
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    • wish to convey that philosophical expositions can give rise to an
    • must give up the view that systems of philosophy which start from the
    • intellect can give a sound direction. Yet the whole impulse of the
    • given state of the society in which the judgment is made. On this
    • give man satisfaction, a complete feeling of his dignity as man.
    • intellectuality gives me water to quench my thirst.”
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    • arose the Spiritual, the Moral as it was given to him. The further we
    • find forms pointing back to the once living, God-given moral ideas.
    • God-given intuitions, were no longer there; that if a man wants to
    • pronounced it was only half given, as in the case of du Bois-Reymond
    • of this very Nothingness try to find something that is not given, but
    • longer given in the form of the old impulses. Intuitions must be
    • old intuitions were always given to groups. There is a mysterious
    • given. The new intuitions must be produced in the sphere of each
    • vision. I have already given you a picture to elucidate it. I said
    • puberty, whereas in earlier days he had God-given intuitions;
    • so, in spite of all the thought given today to principles of
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    • the coming generation will not have what the present age has given to
    • the solution is given.
    • given in this way, that the solution could actually be studied! It is
    • a formula we only know that we are not given out of the universe
    • characterized yesterday as God-given commandments. When we imagine
    • will have in future to give man wings to fulfil his moral intuitions.
    • developed in such a way that action out of love must give mankind the
    • in him the power of moral love. Much will have to be given in the
    • fibre of future education. For we have to give weight again, but in a
    • moral intuitions that are not God-given but born by our own efforts,
    • commandments were given at the same time.
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    • right thing is for teachers to be able to handle what does not give
    • to say what should be given to the child. But childhood can be
    • experience. To give this concrete expression I should have to say:
    • there was nothing to give them direction. The young had no longer the
    • is always something in the general ideas which gives us a feeling of
    • given we sense that the one who possesses this knowledge has full
    • the picture given, let us say, by Albertus Magnus, as the great
    • that — and boldly setting to work to give his lesson out of
    • super-sensible world at all. How is it that people give their lessons
    • incapacity to get tired, raged, — forgive the expression —
    • to listen to the explanations given to old myths and sagas. And oh!
    • traditions can give us any longer. We want to wait for the New to
    • difficult to give ancient thoughts in a suitable form considering we
    • give the children something under the assumption that they do not
    • in the next few days. I should like to give you a graphic description
    • rejects the knowledge that can be given to it, so will the infants
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    • UP TO now we have given
    • were given.
    • were no longer able, out of a natural feeling, to give a
    • decisive moment had arrived in the evolution of man; it was not given
    • received from the external world are given us by God. We no longer
    • know how thoughts are God-given, but our inner being tells us that
    • is God-given — I mean that there was no longer even an echo of
    • you only give yourself up to that passive thinking so specially loved today,
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    • possible to give anyone real knowledge before his eighteenth year. At
    • diploma or given him a post, that the young had to believe in him. It
    • the more so in the case of dialectic and rhetoric. Everything given
    • of instruction given to the young of earlier times, with the result
    • the students were given arithmetic — as arithmetic was
    • those days must again be given life. But because today consciousness
    • the years of imitation and the years when knowledge can be given?
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    • really has no will, for he is given up to instincts connected with
    • education. The intention was not only to give it content but to make
    • such a way that it believes it must be given as a matter of course to
    • systematized botany (and many books are entirely given over to
    • “I too shall one day give the breast to a child, but now it is
    • my mother who must give it to me” — so it is in the
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    • give science an artistic form through the way it is presented, but
    • artistic impulse gives to the human soul there lives and weaves what
    • cannot always give the post of teacher to a genius just for a future
    • deeper forces must work up out of human nature if men are to give
    • what he is given grows with him just as his arms grow with his body.
    • child must be given pictures capable of growth, pictures which become
    • something quite different in ten or twenty years. If we give him
    • through the possibility being given us in our youth for growth in our
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    • given a mechanistic explanation of walking, because they knew that
    • say: During the summer the earth sleeps, gives herself up to the
    • gives its special coloring to the whole of our cultural development.
    • give no real conception of Goethe. The only literary work of the last
    • third of the nineteenth century which can give some idea of Goethe is
    • no longer possible, at any rate not in Middle Europe, to give people
    • order to learn to know him, not to give directions: “You are
    • said that the State should be an institution which gives over the
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    • magnificent theory of evolution provide? It gives us a survey of how
    • were conscious of having given birth to the dragon, and also of
    • having given birth to Michael or St. George, to forces capable of
    • can give. The old religions cannot do this; they have allowed
    • spirituality which gives him power to conquer the dragon.
    • much from the child as he gives to the child. Whoever cannot learn
    • gives. Every giver becomes a receiver. But for the receiving and the
    • of this feeling, let me give you my farewell greeting today by
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    • rather, through the comprehension of what was given through
    • The question of his descent was raised, and the reply was given that
    • give the word “penalty” a somewhat changed interpretation,
    • in its inner life improve all that is given to it through mere insight
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    • can answer this from indications which I have already given. We know
    • Psychically speaking, Lucifer is constantly endeavoring to give to the
    • say that Lucifer has the constant tendency to give a real substantial
    • its knowledge upon this Luciferic element. To give this impulse
    • nature. The outer mineral is heavy. But that which gives us, for
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    • earth are cognizant today. But they give it the wrong interpretation.
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    • were to give you a pictorial interpretation of the character of this
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    • facts are actually true. I should like to give you an example of this:
    • questions of the dead, give information to the dead; in general, to
    • such an extent as it is today. I could give you grotesque examples of
    • Mr. Rothschild, or any other rich man, give him a million dollars.
    • the core which must give the direction to our politics in the
    • poses countless questions and gives information to his beloved dead at
    • all this in order to give a more concrete form to your connection with
    • live. Thus, what spiritual science is able to give works, in turn,
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    • give just now in Zürich,
    • description of the case given by the Breuer school, how the
    • Now I will give myself a rest. So he decided to retire, bought
    • today. In Anthroposophy, together with the information given in
    • [Lecture given at Dörnach, August 5, 1916.]
    • [Lectures given at Dörnach, October 14, 20, 21, 26, 27, 28;
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    • had become hysterical — forgive me! — it would be
    • subconscious. That is the point: that people who give
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    • you wish to give yourself up to the illusion that the mirror
    • he gives no heed to these facts; if when he gains clairvoyant
    • If anyone knew this beforehand no rule would need be given him
    • give us the kingdoms. This means that our own inner self
    • which he has not given up goes through Devachan. This vanity in
    • certain spiritual beings avoid a personality who gives out the
    • before venturing to give out even a little about world
    • coloring give the highest, the truest knowledge. Struggle
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    • which our normal soul activities give us information in
    • with the living, and this gives weight to the presentiment so
    • akashic pictures which may give so much information, count only
    • red gives him a definite shade of feeling. This is
    • progresses no further. Suppose that he gives the rose away.
    • perception of the rose, has given it away, has followed
    • disregard what is before him. He can then give the command to
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    • of that which gives to the head its physiognomy, its entire
    • that I have already explained in lectures given last autumn in
    • give up the preconceived idea that our psychic
    • into the surrounding world gives the astral and etheric
    • he does, and he does not give up until he satisfies this
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    • occasion to point out that the Old Testament gives the facts more
    • how they remember. Anthroposophical development should give
    • not as mere theory, but as something which is given us in the present,
    • The real task of anthroposophy, is to give the right impulse. We must
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    • come to you in the explanations given in various lecture-cycles, that
    • do, each of which professes to give us an account of what happened at
    • different points of view, and because this is the case, they give us
    • that which was given to Abraham was carried over to the succeeding
    • given to Abraham as mission was bound up with its being inherited
    • inward being. The soul had to give birth to it inwardly. They had to
    • give mankind that which came as revelation from outside, in contrast
    • to that which the other peoples had to give. Therefore this instrument
    • innermost — that which forms my mission. There is given to me
    • something given to him from outside, in contrast to the old
    • revelations which were given from within. What had the mission of
    • gift from outside. Abraham had to give to the world the old Hebrew
    • this people itself must be a gift from outside, must be given by him
    • this son was given anew to him by Jahve. What is thus given him? From
    • would have been no Hebrew people. The whole people were thus given him
    • humanity. This old Hebrew people had to give up bit by bit the old
    • starry constellations. The last faculty which was given up, for the
    • describe to us the body which was given as instrument to Zarathustra,
    • given to Abraham developed, so that after 3 x 14 generations, the
    • implanted through the last fourteen generations, which gives it its
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    • reality. Each of the evangelists really gives us opportunity to
    • side it is the John Gospel which gives us an insight into the great
    • observation, and through the Mark Gospel opportunity is given us to
    • not also believe that one can give everything in our speech? He cannot
    • the preparation of this Ego-hood the possibility had to be given, that
    • “Behold, that which gives the egoity to the world, sends the
    • angel before thee, to whom the egoity should be given.”
    • out to the divine spiritual world. Give heed how it calls in thy
    • were the lords, to whom man was given over — (man had to wait
    • which is the ego, sends its angel before thee, who should give thee
    • so long as the necessary conditions are given between rain and
    • meant by such designations. One did not give names as one does today,
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    • reference to the life of philosophy, and give a brief sketch of
    • schein) of the supersensible, it thereby gives many people the
    • no unconditional certainty, can give no unconditioned truth;
    • experiences in his inner sou1 as truth, he gives himself over
    • we carry in our souls. Now, if one gives oneself to such a
    • gives an uplift to one's concept of the World; 600 years after
    • we have attempted to do in the course of lectures given this
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • the metaphysical explanation given about the orderings of
    • reality which alone can give an existence worthy of man on
    • Earth, that can be given by Positive Science alone, according
    • the Positivistic Church of Comte gives, one actually gets the
    • itself. I cannot even give you any idea now of its structure,
    • circles of human beings. The study of Auguste Comte gives a
    • prejudices. But something which can give us an important
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    • a thought, gives us the certainty of feeling ourselves as
    • give man the possibility of feeling himself an historical
    • man, when he is awake, is given over to an illusion. As we have
    • should be like a hammer which one takes in ones hand and gives
    • them, — to give ourselves over to the deception that we
    • of the forces working through our present epoch of time, give
    • with his physical body. Man to-day gives himself over to a
    • gives himself over to a characteristic delusion of life, and
    • but out of that Nothingness the possibility will be given for
    • give compensation for what has been lost. But time itself
    • memory of the metaphysical order of administration is given us
    • Concerning this point, humanity to-day gives way to a colossal
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    • explanations given by Blavatsky.
    • himself humanity's representative. He devised a plan to give men the
    • This does not mean that people were given a vague abstract account of
    • what was to happen in the future, but they were given indications as
    • to give him energy for life in the future9.
    • Adam Cadmon. See also Rudolf Steiner's lecture given at Oxford, 22nd August, 1922, which appears in English in the book Man's Life on Earth and in the Spiritual World.
    • here refers, but reference can be made to his lectures given in
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    • sacrificed it and to have given its fleece to King Petus, who hung it
    • another. The Odyssey has been given the most varied explanations
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    • race was first given by the Manu in its spiritual form to this
    • gives us the fulfilment of the Nibelungs' karma.
    • in the Kingdoms of Nature”, given at Helsingfors in April, 1912,
    • Nibelungenlied and Wilhelm Jordan” given in Dornach, 28th
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    • planets, and thus they brought from other worlds what they had to give
    • given; more and more freedom is allowed to the initiates of the fifth
    • root-race in matters of detail. Guidance is given on general lines,
    • Impulses are given to them, but yet in such a way that it is out of
    • initiated in the fifth sub-race will, to begin with, be given solely
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    • be given here in Stuttgart will strike a somewhat more intimate note
    • give the impression of something arbitrary that only
    • ingenious, but truthful! As an occultist one must give up lawless
    • give meaningful names to things. It was given its name out of its
    • given. [Here, length = depth. – e.Ed]
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    • At a given time an architectural style is created, born out of the
    • the simple example given of the effects of architectural forms on the
    • this form was given to him so that the body could form itself
    • too, are given us out of the spiritual and astral worlds. If you will
    • and slimy creatures such as are still to be seen today give us a
    • be given here.
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    • give you, you will see that numbers can give you a clue to what is
    • that can give. Such new creations are always generated through
    • time a beginning because it gives rise to consequences. If you have
    • and be given form. Do you know why clouds and stars appear to us
    • today was meant to give you roughly sketched thoughts.
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    • give you an idea of the world's creation, of space, and of the divine
    • significance. The following example will give you an idea of it.
    • gives the sense of the connection between world and men in a
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    • present existing, in order to understand the wisdom which was given
    • written down gives us but a dim, dull reflection of the wisdom of
    • circles, was allowed to be given out to larger masses of humanity in
    • description we have to give of the spiritual hierarchies and their
    • given us by which the facts, about which those truths have been said,
    • Buddhism; there the Buddha gives his hand to the Christ, and the
    • understand, given full value to that Mythology which is called modern
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    • upon the earth, the central point of importance was always given to
    • resistance. It is the same with watery substance. This gives way, it
    • material gives forth the warmth and when it is strong enough to
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    • for thinking as the Earth gives to man, these questions cannot really
    • at something red or at something blue. Red gives a warm feeling; and
    • blue gives you a feeling of cold. Imagine that the feeling, which is
    • spirits, the Thrones, of which we will only give the name at present,
    • warmth, but they could do so only for a time. These had to be given
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    • could have been observed it would have given the impression of a
    • give. Fundamentally, the whole meaning and spirit of evolution rests
    • grow into a Being who will be able to give, cosmically. This Being
    • they already developed on the Sun to the point when they could give
    • can give only his thoughts; that speaking truly, is not as yet much
    • to give; for he who gives thoughts — even if he has given ever
    • has not given anything visible or tangible, in the higher sense. But
    • a time comes when Beings do not only give thoughts and the like, a
    • time when they are able to give much more, when for instance, they
    • will be able to give just that which the Spirits of Personality had
    • Personality had the power to give form to the substance of warmth,
    • stages higher than the Spirits of Personality, and who give out the
    • approaching the Ancient Sun on four sides, were given names, which
    • not for nothing, that such names have been given to those things. One
    • given in that way; but in the names then given you could always find
    • You have thus been given the first idea, in the sense of the primeval
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    • Ten Lectures by Rudolf Steiner Ph.D., given in
    • system, would give you a correct idea of ancient Saturn. Our whole
    • system? We wish now to give you a short sketch of the development of
    • Why are the Thrones enabled. to give out of their substance what
    • the inspirations given to them by the Seraphim. And the Thrones, the
    • Ancient Moon. Those of you who have given attention to the
    • We have now given a sketchy description of the fight in Heaven, the
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    • is that which is given a truly ugly name — the spirit of the
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    • have seen that some of our respected listeners have given a certain
    • human development. These were now obliged to ensoul and give life to
    • Archangel within him could actually give to the whole Atlantean race
    • are naturally different grades of perfection — give attention
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    • Each member of the human body was given a distinct name in ancient
    • man projected outwards into universal space who has given these
    • as has been described. The spirits of Wisdom were only able to give
    • given. Then what was on the circumference moved round and returned to
    • the impulse to rotation was given. Then, that which had received the
    • given, had very concrete and very clear feelings. This name
    • ancient consciousness, in the bull nature of man. And. the name given
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    • at its strongest, when the nation has given birth to all the
    • higher than their highest point, leading personalities have to give
    • give, to bring sacrifices, than merely to store up for oneself all
    • that the Cosmos gives. This is again mirrored in human life. What is
    • lives, but which acts into the future, and gives law unto the future.
    • always given in primeval wisdom.
    • given to a certain stage of development. We have found that the
    • up to the time when one can give out, can create. The idea of the
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    • not have anything more to give him, and will afford him no more
    • idea of this in seeing towns which have been given over to nature.
    • consideration will give you an idea of what that future will be like:
    • form, but in a form which this transformation has given to it. In
    • although in the name Uranus some meaning still is left; it was given
    • the possibility was given for all that was achieved in the future.
    • the possibility of evil. Man had now been given the possibility of
    • Thus we see that, because those ‘Mights’ were given
    • impulses given them by the Godhead. The Dominions of the second
    • that which gives me the impulse for my actions — I do not
    • given ‘adverse-commands’ in order that evolution should
    • science should itself give a direct presentation of the Cosmos and of
    • given in 1909.
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    • become fewer and fewer. The cross alone gives vital courage and
    • the future to give us on the one hand certainty and strength whereby,
    • look up in full devotion, and add to it that which could be given to
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    • astral body goes out of his physical body and is then given over
    • concentration and other exercises given to those who wish to tread
    • responsibility, which the person who gives such exercises to his
    • refreshing ideas and thoughts of Anthroposophy give to the soul not
    • been given to humanity in the way of oriental tradition and ancient
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    • intellect. There are certain striking characteristics which give an
    • us now ask how the inner stimulus was given to save mankind from
    • the sun kingdom (the kingdom of Zeus) had given their consent to the
    • not given in any outwardly abstract way, but were revealed to
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    • investigation has given us and life in ancient times. It is obvious
    • of the first post-Atlantean epoch may still be given today; what
    • investigation I were to give an answer to the question: ‘What
    • must be taken quite seriously, and the instance given should
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    • his soul life may well give rise to grotesque feelings and bad moral
    • will give the substance, Lucifer the form, and from their union will
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    • behind the tapestry of the sense world were given to the people; and
    • give an answer to man's yearning. Thus in ancient Greece these
    • in Rosicrucian science it is Lucifer who gives us the faculty for
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    • special exercises given by spiritual science. The object of the
    • have given the example of a plant, which grows but cannot develop its
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    • P to the present we have given special attention to the way in which the soul
    • and filled it with all that can give him enthusiasm for the sublime,
    • beings who had given him inner light, but also and first, those
    • revival felt this with special emphasis. Let me give one example
    • We might give hundreds of such examples to show how that which
    • today by the saying that ‘The shining cup is given to man to
    • was given in an equally profound manner.
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    • given as a clue by a still older science. Seven is here the clue.
    • man if they wanted to give instruction upon that which belongs to the
    • embodiment of the Bodhisattva principle. The Bodhisattva can be given
    • that epoch. Truth in its present form could not have been given to
    • the old Indian, or to the old Persian. The truth had to be given to
    • name given to one of the greatest initiates of the earth.
    • had now to be given time to experience in itself the advent of Christ
    • synthesis of all the teachings that have been given to the world
    • and Zarathustra. They give to mankind the material whose study will
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • It does not seem unjustifiable, given a gradually
    • important to know whether a given group of cells developed on the Sun
    • give an idea of genuine occult physiology and anatomy, which
    • What I have given you is an urgently needed foundation
    • For this reason a great number of expositions given
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    • will disregard it. Because I can give but four lectures at this time
    • cannot possibly give off anything, so that a more powerful action
    • can produce nothing. He has nothing to give, hence he must be entered
    • In the sense of hearing the Angels give outer expression
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    • sound perception, and we will give a few indications that you will be
    • That will give a picture of what the sense of
    • come about? We can give but brief intimations, but such as we find
    • characterization given of the sentient body as being bounded in front
    • other backward from the front. This gives us four intermingling
    • human being gives credence to what is told him, provided it resembles
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    • currents that shape the human organism and give it form in a manner
    • from the back. Given the existence of the physical and etheric bodies
    • this gives us the diagram of the human head seen in profile. The
    • give us is correct sense perception but not right thoughts. Thought
    • given us by sense perception and we will not go astray there. But now
    • organs needed to give the impulse for bringing about speech, but the
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    • and later on it will be necessary to give a third course on
    • part of our soul life, but when the rose gives us pleasure, when it
    • you have given the verdict, the inference is the conception, “the
    • give rise to the question of how do they converge, but rather as to
    • experiences themselves that gives rise to love and hate, an impulse
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • referred to the sensations given us by the soul, those that fill our
    • Wandering Jew (Der Ewige Jude), that was given yesterday, and
    • In so far as we stand at a given point in space, we have
    • any given age, in their totality, are something we do not wholly
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • Slumber, of busy men. They give to me
    • during which we merely stare unseeing and one to which we give our
    • This would give us a symbol of the feeling just mentioned, a feeling
    • ourselves and are given back to ourselves. Truth brings back only a
    • In the lectures on Anthroposophy given last year
    • like bubbles that lead their own lives in the soul. At a given moment
    • they knew how to recapture their conceptions easily. You must give
    • Of our desire we can give nothing but desire itself. At
    • us, we must give as much of our desire as possible, and that can only
    • be done by permeating the conception with love. To give part of our
    • In this connection we must also give due consideration
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    • any given moment, you will see a certain interpenetration of these
    • relating to the physical world are what is given from without.
    • reflects back into itself the current of the etheric body. This gives
    • angles to the stream of time. That gives a correct picture.
    • precisely this cross, intersected by a circle, gives you a good
    • Hegel, who is strong in reasoning, will not easily give in full
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    • In view of this premise, that the spirit is given to man
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • spiritual world are not directly given to man. They can be gleaned
    • satisfied with what the outer world of perception has to give for the
    • take place in the right way. Why are these given as a condition? Why
    • super-sensible world is given with the existence of error, but at the
    • philosophy which maintains that, along with what is given through
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    • nature that would give him complete mastery over all that in his
    • if we apply this visualization — that is, if we give ourselves
    • all the ways and means by which visualizations are ordinarily given a
    • linked with the emotions. I will give you an example, a well-known
    • speak, the thoughts we frame about objects. The objects are given,
    • science itself can give, but I had to do this in order that tomorrow
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    • sense superficial sketch of a pneumatosophy can be given in the four
    • glow of evening.” For full satisfaction, however, we are given
    • laws of nature gives assurance that in it, man must find the
    • all that is given him in this incarnation, it should not seem
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    • longer give much consideration.
    • prevail over darkness and chaos and will give to his soul a peace by
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    • external sun gives out least light and warmth — at Christmas time —
    • man: chaos prevails. But man must give birth again to rhythm out of
    • There is a legend which gives expression to the true meaning of the
    • will ring out from cosmic space: The Darkness gives way before the
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • forces of this Child-Soul can give you the firm confidence that you
    • soul will give birth to the firm assurance that the heights are within
    • given of Olaf Åsteson's journey through the spheres where human beings
    • conscious of the forces which give thee confidence and certainty in
    • was given.
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    • earth-evolution in order to give that evolution its meaning, has for
    • nineteen hundred years behind us, to give an answer to the question:
    • This, in the nature of things, might give rise to arrogance. If the
    • dream-consciousness to every woman who was to give a citizen to the
    • woman who was about to give a citizen to the earth. The woman
    • consciousness. This is hinted at in the description of the cult given
    • find it again in the descriptions given in the Gospel of St. Luke.
    • give only very brief indications of these things. If we were able to
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    • One often hears it said to-day that the teachings given in the
    • connected with the earth — for the body is given by the earth. The
    • revelation to the shepherds in the fields was the revelation given by
    • To the Shepherds: revelation given by the earth.
    • Our outer, sense-given knowledge, conveyed as it is merely through
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    • the thirtieth year of his life he gives up his own life to the
    • God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” These words give expression to the
    • it could voice the reality. And so these words give expression to an
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    • being too was given over to that world whence the radiant,
    • time of midsummer he felt as if his whole being were given up to the
    • wisdom was still left to give man some insight into the mighty Event
    • Mysteries, indications were given of what must come to pass in the
    • The Holy Night must become a reality. It is not enough to give each
    • This is the meaning of the words which will now be given and which are
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    • This is only one of the many examples that could be given in proof of
    • A certain illumination is given by one who has spoken of these things
    • before; to whom, shortly before, they would give no ear." The answer
    • And thus to you I give
    • And thus to you I give
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    • You will have heard the two Lectures just given by Dr. Unger, on the
    • impulse, an incitement to act in a certain way in a given case. We
    • asserting that the form in which this is given out to-day will be
    • given an impulse for progress. In a certain sense what man was to grow
    • during future cycles, Buddha was able to give in this one incarnation,
    • ripe to recognise of himself the great impetus given by Buddha. At a
    • individuality was given the task of carrying down what is gradually
    • In other words: the impulse for logical thinking had to be given
    • this Individuality had to work in a very special way. He had to give
    • ‘Orpheus’ — the name given to the reincarnated Apollo,
    • Christ once worked in the same way. Christ gives an impulse of the
    • given a religious colouring and is called the ‘World of
    • World of Providence. European languages cannot truly give a name to
    • Providence,’ one cannot just give any name one pleases.
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    • entirely new outlook on life. That is why we will to-day give a little
    • turning-point, as the cause of them was before that time. This gives
    • events. Someone might say: ‘The example you have just given us is
    • can no longer give the lad what he had before, we can at any rate
    • become his adviser. But we can only give the right advice if we know
    • people do not do. I might give a simple example to show how little
    • then from two to five years old and who were given the glass of wine
    • all that leads us to find them can in reality give us the true
    • Of course the description given was remarkably correct! — As I
    • in your garden once a day; that gives you a feeling of satisfaction.
    • if it be given in the right way, it is able to make our life-kernel
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    • humanity on earth was reached when the Christ-Impulse was given at the
    • been reserved only for the gods. It was given to the gods to decide
    • What was it that would have been given to man at the middle of the
    • in the meanwhile intervened, was afterwards given to him through the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ-Impulse would have been given to man
    • perception, is entirely given up to the physical world. That age began
    • age in which man was given the power to choose good or evil, while at
    • Decalogue, the law, given to man on Sinai, was given to man as he had
    • decision, lacking in self-guidance. Therefore, they had to be given to
    • they were given him from above by Divine administration. They were,
    • however, given in such a way that they were intended for the ego. They
    • Ten Commandments give instructions for the education of the ego. This
    • inward being how to give itself the impulse after having descended
    • into Kali-Yuga, into the age of darkness. At first man was to be given
    • impulse having been given through which Christ is able, from the
    • It had become less perfect than before. It had been given the
    • Science can give mankind that it will become capable of understanding
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    • prepared, containing an extract, as it were, of what had been given to
    • a whole people, a people who had to give to humanity the qualities
    • required very special preparation. This preparation may to-day give us
    • world's history. This may give us an inkling of the secrets, regulated
    • as it were, instilled into their blood, capacities to be given to all
    • however, an impulse had to be given to mankind which should to some
    • documents but according to what the Spiritual records can give us, we
    • teaching given. For this the minds of men had to be changed, they were
    • task of our age; we must learn, through what is given to us in
    • themselves reach the goal for the humanity of to-day, to which we give
    • them ‘meek’) to them shall be given — or they shall
    • — the indication is given that men must learn to develop in
    • suffering which is given them as a trial.
    • Spiritual Science can give for the understanding of man. The
    • it must be given out now! It would be a mistaken idea of Christianity
    • will give back the Gospels to mankind! This coincidence will not be
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • heard in the course of the various lectures given here this winter,
    • St. Matthew's Gospels and of what was given here with reference to the
    • in which these lectures were given, it will be clear that there never
    • North with the mystical contraction of the South. This gives an
    • we should take every one of the thoughts given us by Spiritual Science
    • actually occurs which gives the whole family connection a new form. I
    • new impulse towards materialism was again given by the appearance of
    • into which we have sunk, into Spirituality. Just as we are given the
    • possibility of being swamped in materialism, we are also given the
    • given the possibility of perishing in the materialistic morass, on the
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    • In the course of the lectures given here last winter we considered the
    • lectures to be given at a later time, after which we can venture
    • conclusion of our winter lectures in this group, to give more sketchy
    • the harmony of the lectures to be given later. To-day, as also in our
    • Lectures on ‘The Human Conscience’ will be given, and we
    • than in a public lecture given to a non-Anthroposophical audience.
    • and being of the human conscience it gives us a sort of understanding
    • eternity. What the civilisations give us, is given for the advantage
    • the Spiritual world given by the Egyptian and Chaldean cultures. But
    • consciousness that what was given him from without, apart from his
    • Greek, which gives us a deep insight into the longings of the Greek
    • special significance by having been consciously given over to the
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    • given in the past, and as we have repeatedly emphasised, it is greater
    • new life-impulses? We have that which was given us in Christianity,
    • lecture given by Professor Drews here in Berlin, under the title:
    • The reason is that what men believe or think at any given period, is
    • possibility should be given of understanding the historic Jesus in a
    • about, the stimulus thereto had to be given by the Theosophical
    • stimulus had to be given at a time which was least ripe for it. This
    • possibility should be given to humanity — on the other hand the
    • the stimulus given through H. P. Blavatsky; — no matter what our
    • revelations given in the Old and New Testaments was denied her. We
    • say: If the stimulus given by her in the Theosophical Movement is to
    • given at first. If we inwardly feel these facts, they are as it were a
    • If we do not do this, if we do not use the impulse given by H. P.
    • develop in a living way the spirit which has been given us. We will be
    • give it any other name, it is a man's own fault that the outer world
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    • given in the second part of the lecture. This must be prefaced by
    • what would have given them a consciousness in this third period after
    • physical world what would give him a light during the third phase of
    • given here about the importance of the Mystery of Golgotha have
    • here given about the Mystery of Golgotha come from a preference for
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we give the soul the possibility of
    • between death and rebirth. One can give but a few indications in
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    • Saturn-existence. When you read the descriptions I have given in
    • after death. Beholding this directly in the spiritual world gives the
    • fact, for this phase it appears as if Christ had given us everything
    • Lucifer gives us everything unrelated to the earth. Our former human
    • forces outside it working. This will give you a picture of the
    • I have given you a few results of recent research into the conditions
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    • give us the following answer. To live as men we need physical body,
    • mountain and then, when he has come down again, gives you an accurate
    • descriptions given from different vantage points it is obvious that
    • behold in the starry heavens is the moral law that is given us from
    • is the moral law that is given us from the spiritual worlds, for
    • it must be realized that once there had to be given to humanity an
    • that gives expression to its very core, namely, that there is not
    • acknowledge Him as their supreme goal. In so doing you give
    • kinship with the whole universe! What could give us greater strength
    • myself the forces given to me by a whole universe, the better human
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    • certain impulse that was to give mankind the possibility of an inner
    • forgive because by doing so one would not express the facts more
    • he who has nothing to give is condemned to loneliness. A lack of
    • Europe. Through the understanding given by means of spiritual science
    • The impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha is destined through
    • of the realm of occult investigation what has been given to humanity
    • wisely given in olden times. The Sun is below us and so is the light
    • abstract representation. The flower we behold gives more joy to us
    • refreshed with new forces, so we are strengthened by the forces given
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    • from the ordinary sense world. This is important. It may give rise to
    • anything we may experience in the physical world. It gives rise to a
    • were, give the same teaching, and from them both the same words
    • exception, were not quite finished, and yet they do not give the
    • history of art manual and in Baedecker, the facts are wrongly given.
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    • lecture given the day before yesterday on the conditions between
    • although it can be grasped if one gives thought to it. Man's
    • Let me give you an apparently paradoxical example. No doubt we
    • wanted to give you an idea of how opportunities arise to establish
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    • so molded that it gives a perfect representation of the free,
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    • with certain impulses that it alone can give.
    • The dead receive what is given with the utmost gratitude, and in this
    • given than to read to the dead because it is a strange fact that
    • Spiritual science gives us the following picture of the sleeping man.
    • spiritualized himself. This will give you a basis for a correct
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    • The subject with which we have dealt today will give you the reason
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    • religious feelings of the past are no longer sufficient to give the
    • We can ask, “Why are we anthroposophists?” We can give an
    • takes hold of the souls of men. We should feel this. It can give us
    • be given to the spirits of opposition, but we must labor at the
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    • those beings who could have given him the appropriate forces to
    • death and rebirth no one gives us any light. The beings are there and
    • life. From time to time it may also happen that seers give themselves
    • movement and what already has been achieved in this sphere can give
    • others effects, but beyond this little thought is given to the
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    • of forces from earlier incarnations, a further opportunity is given
    • theory. One should give no religious education to children because it
    • person, if he really has the will, or at least when he is given the
    • who are dulled by the prevalent social darkness should be given the
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    • sphere. A fairly accurate characterization can be given of what is
    • to develop and give expression to these forces, it was to be
    • their relative positions to those of the fixed stars, this gives some
    • up and give shape to such forms cannot be found within the earth
    • significant when I was studying Leonardo da Vinci. I was to give a
    • shadow, but Judas was to be portrayed in such a way as to give the
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    • confirmed, that is, the need to give something to the hearts and
    • is given the impulse to receive spiritual thoughts. From this aspect
    • conditioned by forces from the macrocosmos. If man were only given
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    • own characteristics so as to give birth to that particular
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    • and somebody lets you choose whether he is to give you the hundred
    • someone did not give you a hundred possible or a hundred
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    • present day. This is what gives its deeper meaning to my remark of
    • On these lines, if we simply give our thoughts the right direction,
    • find the way to the Sprit, and to give them any proof of the Spirit
    • explanations already given we can call such Realists, and their
    • ideas work through it and give it purpose. It was under the influence
    • the brain is only a complicated machine, it can never give rise to
    • given — I take my stand on the point that nothing real exists
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    • There are souls who have the tendency to receive a given influence on
    • Now it is possible for a man, given all his perceptions and powers of
    • model has been given.
    • Scorpio. In short, by means of the constellation given through the
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
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    • tendency to change is already given. Let us suppose that such a soul
    • your soul-activity, are the very thing that gives the brain the form
    • given to us from the cosmos. As our little thoughts work and make
    • worlds, give the “man Nietzsche”. And he rays back as the
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    • and somebody lets you choose whether he is to give you the hundred
    • someone did not give you a hundred possible or a hundred
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    • present day. This is what gives its deeper meaning to my remark of
    • On these lines, if we simply give our thoughts the right direction,
    • find the way to the Sprit, and to give them any proof of the Spirit
    • explanations already given we can call such Realists, and their
    • ideas work through it and give it purpose. It was under the influence
    • the brain is only a complicated machine, it can never give rise to
    • given — I take my stand on the point that nothing real exists
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    • There are souls who have the tendency to receive a given influence on
    • Now it is possible for a man, given all his perceptions and powers of
    • model has been given.
    • Scorpio. In short, by means of the constellation given through the
    • which a person carries with him through a given incarnation is called
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    • tendency to change is already given. Let us suppose that such a soul
    • your soul-activity, are the very thing that gives the brain the form
    • given to us from the cosmos. As our little thoughts work and make
    • worlds, give the “man Nietzsche”. And he rays back as the
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    • hope and strength of life, give the assurance that there is an
    • which gives rise to caricature. This mood, perhaps with ridicule and
    • been able to give few clues to the meaning and nature of life. One
    • eyes and pain will appear comprehensible. All that gives rise to
    • the inner force of resistance rises up and gives birth to the senses,
    • organs as long as they are sound. You feel them only when they give
    • from pain. If pain arises in life it gives birth to sensation and
    • give rise to the feeling of the victory of life, the consciousness of
    • over other beings? When we deprive ourselves, give away, make
    • ourselves poorer to the extent that we give to the other being, when
    • that which we have given away to the other.
    • given us pain, then we know this limb best of all. In the same way we
    • is in the Spirit. The Spirit gives us beauty, strength, wisdom, the
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    • give man another kind of sight which cannot be attained with the
    • carbonic-acid and give out oxygen. Here then the higher depends on
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    • support man and give him a form sufficiently firm to move about
    • those members that give support, because it still has bound up within
    • and has sucked up all it had to give, the creative forces of the
    • following is given as an illustration. Imagine you have a piece of
    • Then will the relation of individual forces and substances give us a
    • take a natural substance, give it human form, and we have man. The
    • remedies, and the truths given out by anthroposophy work
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    • It is lecture 12 of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various cities
    • It is lecture 12 of 19 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at various cities
    • striving impulse could be given towards the appearance of
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    • different lectures which in the course of time have been given, you
    • is able to give, it pours into our souls something which makes life
    • me in dealing with questions of Spiritual Science, namely, to give a
    • in order to make ourselves comprehensible, we must give, if not
    • given, so that we may know what is understood when in future the word
    • is obliged to give up a profession which until then had seemed to be
    • his parents was compelled to give up this profession and, at the age
    • it has given to mankind, and what mankind then learnt in it, we shall
    • Egyptian bounds. If you will forgive me, I will rejoice, but if you
    • accomplished. Hundreds of similar cases might be given. But we see in
    • was at that time necessary for any given thing to be accomplished and
    • The next appearance of the comet will be [was] in 1986. Its periodic visitations occur at intervals of about 76 years, and have been recorded since 240 BC. During its last visit, it passed directly between the Earth and the Sun, the Earth actually passing through the tail of the cornet. It is interesting to note that this series of lectures were being given as the comet was at its closest to the Earth, May 1910. (Ed.)
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    • be given a slower tempo, and denser forces placed at its disposal.
    • at the same rate as the general evolution. From various lectures given
    • abyss so that he could rise higher himself. He could not give them an
    • to suffer; he could only give them pain, without being able to give
    • them the karmic compensation. But what he could not give them before,
    • he will give them when he has come to the freedom and selflessness of
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    • little with the more remote causes not on the surface. We will give an
    • And then truly startling examples are given of the way in which in
    • gives us an inkling of the inward process of healing.
    • Following the clue given by inward spiritual observation let us go
    • the injuries we give to plants to those we give to animals which, in
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    • to be at hand if anything happened, so that he could give practical
    • cannot heal them!’ I give you these details of developments in
    • theory or hypothesis, and that when I give examples I give only those
    • exposed to an epidemic such as cholera, for this gives them the
    • and man yielded to them. The individuality which was given by the Ego
    • influence. But with this influence something else was given at the
    • is given the opportunity to lay aside that which was a defect in the
    • always be given towards healing. If this is done we help the human
    • effects of our previous life. Detailed examples will be given later
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    • based entirely upon the theory that for every illness which was given
    • proofs furnished by Dietel to the effect that, given the necessary
    • result of this he will seek conditions that will give him an
    • Bearing this in mind one more indication should be given which deals
    • we must insist that only those examples are given which have been
    • views that in the course of time give place to one another.
    • give way to error. The luciferic principle induces us to deceive
    • consciousness we give quite a different explanation. Especially do we
    • give rise to illnesses.
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    • have given many instances in order to characterise sickness and
    • accompanied by pain, but which still give rise to some sort of an
    • begins to give him pain. That is a popular saying, but it is not so
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    • regard pain as something which is given us by benevolent forces,
    • without having given heed to a special moral culture, he is the more
    • the soul from within. If a Mystic has not given careful heed to his
    • concerning the higher worlds is given us by people who have not
    • worlds. And if one attempts to give to these people some explanation,
    • earth-beings to disregard that which is to be given us through life
    • give an explanation. For this reason it is of little use to ask for an
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    • Thus a person may be perfectly logical and yet give expression to
    • it has been so transformed that, as it were, a receipt for it is given
    • intervened at a given moment! How could the spiritual life of olden
    • in the course of three incarnations certain gifts that can be given
    • certain ritualistic ordinances and commands which appeared as given by
    • period, encounter hygienic measures such as are given to humanity for
    • to take effect in order to give human souls an opportunity of
    • but we shall not have given succour to his soul. Now that the physical
    • give expression to this uncharitableness, but he will have to retain it
    • the fact. In anthroposophy it is our bounded duty to give expression
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    • matters, and thus gives us knowledge as to where the compensation may
    • It is thus that we can give an orientation to human karma, but to the
    • have retained a memory of our earlier life, and would also have given
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    • can neither answer nor even give an idea of how they ought to be
    • reason — for the reason given in the previous lectures when we
    • soul?’ — if it could be given at all — must prove to be
    • given are only those which the earth-man can make, and are of
    • books those expositions which could be given here if we had time
    • existence, Spiritual Science gives the answer: ‘Every
    • of love can we give real help for karma to work out in the right way.
    • might be given about the relation of the purple foxglove to certain
    • certain school of medicine, and to say, ‘There they give people
    • case no help can properly be given, where, on account of karmic
    • methods had in his earth life endeavoured to give every possible proof
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    • now clothed and the train of thought which we are able to give out
    • Man could never acquire what Lucifer gives him, solely from those
    • would have possessed within himself everything which was given from
    • Lucifer. It is given as a sort of characteristic belonging to the
    • good.’ It is given for the reason that this was the degree of
    • which can develop only when man himself gives the highest purpose to
    • earth-evolution all goals were given to him, could not in a true sense
    • themselves to give us what we needed for the attainment of our
    • few words more, namely, that I have given this course of lectures on
    • of the higher beings. When I say that I have given this course really
    • Therefore that which we have to give to the world must be given out of
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • be said immediately that we have also given theoretical descriptions
    • one can only express in such words given to Maria to speak at the end
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • great deal of advice is given in this direction and certain
    • given to them and who believe that it is imperative for the
    • see that the materialistic scientist who gives the advice just
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • Here I shall give the name elemental world
    • oneself into other beings” must give way to the feeling of
    • fail to give weight to the strengthening of the moral forces
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • world have to be given up to a far greater degree. It is terribly
    • help making objections, for their ideas and habits of thought give
    • proofs as palpable as those given by science for the physical plane.
    • action. It was given the characteristic name, “The Cosmic
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • through long periods of time. The more we do this, the more we give
    • explanations that Benedictus had given him of the luciferic and
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • have pointed out that everything the sense world can give us, as well
    • aroused, called forth and given shape in free, inner soul experience
    • script give the ahrimanic impulse special points of attack; it is not
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • and become independent to be formed by Ahriman and even given human
    • and give them human shape, they confront us in the elemental world as
    • part of ourselves, to which Ahriman has given our own shape. Ahriman
    • easily to those given to intrigue. What one encounters is indeed the
    • that he has given birth to a soul-child, who suffers a sort of illegitimate
    • is an entirely different matter fully consciously to give over to
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    • These lectures, given just after the first performance of The Souls'
    • Awakening, give details of the experience of spiritual development and
    • given the chance, by high-sounding phrases. This must really
    • I won't give it a more exact name. Let me read you a few lines of this
    • already given, it is evident that as soon as a person approaches the
    • before becoming thoroughly conscious of them, and gives a kick, one
    • come to the same characterization that I have given in my book
    • consciousness from oblivion and be given back to us; with this we can
    • something like a gentle whisper from the spiritual world; it gives
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    • lectures will give us, in some sort, an answer to the question which
    • any given part of the globe, the spirits leave the earth; he sees how
    • In what I have just said I have given you, in a comparison drawn from
    • occultism, in order to decipher the meaning of existence, gives no
    • of the ancient, holy Indian civilisation. We do not give preference
    • Buddha, however, is given to many, because they passed through many
    • something very important for our evolution. He gives the impression
    • examples I give is not mere speculation; on the contrary, it is
    • because a dead man gives life to his work.
    • given a new direction and supplied with new impulses; how Raphael can
    • itself give him any clue. In such a case it can be found, when we
    • Europe! For it is just the same as if at a given time one considered
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    • existence?” and then someone could give a simple answer in a
    • answer might be given, but you will realise by what I say later on
    • observed superficially gives us a feeling of sadness and of tragedy.
    • tell me which are true and which are false, can you not give a rule
    • the mere visionary world even give different statements about one and
    • have not mere images which only give us knowledge in the ordinary
    • apparently perishes, gives up its spiritual part to the environment.
    • not given to the normal consciousness to know that something within
    • us unites with something outside, it is given to the magic
    • Christ-Impulse give what is necessary for the development of that
    • would of necessity have to give up the ghost.” Sectarian
    • spirit. They have a purpose in the world process. It gives us quite a
    • from ambition and desire for renown give rise in our souls to such
    • polarity: an impulse must be given which through meditation is
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    • Today, when we ask what the Greeks mean to us, we must give far more
    • realizing that “entelechy” would not give a clear idea of
    • Romans later give Roman citizenship to their colonials?” Now,
    • to give it life. In contrast, we see the uprising, imaginative life
    • Roman citizen. Therewith, the concept of man is given a
    • * Lecture given Sep. 11, 1916 contained in volume 272 of the
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    • absolute super-sensible lightness, entirely given up to a life of
    • that would have given Ahriman a splendid opportunity to achieve his
    • but also for free imaginations.* What he has given us in his
    • earth heaviness, the desire to remain on earth, was given to man. The
    • The feeling of being drawn in the other direction was given to the
    • the words of Alfred de Musset in which he attempts to give us a
    • give birth to an idea. In the moment of its birth it intoxicates me,
    • The picture he gives us as he surveys himself is marvelous.
    • “I give birth to an idea. In the moment of its birth it
    • knowledge is given him that flows slowly and steadily on. Boehme is
    • by taking special cases I have been able to give you a description of
    • representative art have given place to the word, for since the
    • what Ernest Renan gives us in his Life of Jesus.
    • gives occasion for the myth forming power to develop with extreme
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    • science. The information that can be given is, therefore, more in the
    • prefers his knowledge to give him nice pleasant feelings, but that is
    • prepared. This being was Tezcatlipoca. That was the name given to the
    • to give such a shock and impetus to the coming evolution of man on
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    • Even though it gives the impression today of being pure nonsense when
    • affairs in hand. More than in any previous age he is given the task
    • should give manifest proof of the spirit. Important results have
    • laying bare the subconscious soul forces, have given a connection with
    • One only gives such things their rightful place if one does not merely
    • Many people have opinions today; many give vent to one or another
    • presented, however, is not said in order to give expression to what
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    • given. This may be useful, because from remarks that have been made to
    • given by this Asian priesthood, the Mongol campaign was set in motion.
    • beings who only manifested in etheric bodies. The name given to this
    • culture, too, great impulses were given that would have led to a state
    • understand many things. Only you must not give way to the delusion
    • feeling, given us by the science of the spirit must help us to
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    • earliest impulses were given. We learned about these first impulses of
    • impulse was given, which in its broader activity — on the wider
    • here given it. Then we also have, however, at the same time as the
    • given out of a consciousness dulled by the torture. They were asked,
    • intellect as we have done also in the other examples given in recent
    • — this was always given. The fact that ultimately people came to
    • Grimm's lectures on Goethe given in the seventies at Berlin
    • The book, Ruins (Shutt), by Anastasius Grün has been given to
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    • who give Europe a certain configuration, we find in all of them a
    • told you — I have given it only as an example — how the
    • the real, but they give themselves up to the most fantastic ideas and
    • centuries. They had to give themselves up to fantastic ideas about
    • not understand this as if I wished to give the actual point in time,
    • one I have already given regarding Isis. When there stood as
    • usually give were correct, then one must really compare it with the
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    • Five lectures given in Stuttgart, at Christmas and New Years,
    • Those of you who heard the last lectures given here will have
    • they call logical, and they give out these reasons as logical
    • instruction was given for the tending of the cattle, for ploughing the
    • organize it and give it form.
    • Egyptian source, that Wisdom which gives the power to organize human
    • appear so that what He had to give to the world could find a foothold?
    • that He had to place what He had to give to humanity. The Mystery of
    • Initiation can give concerning the origin of our present cultural
    • opposition was made to the teaching given as Spiritual Science. And
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    • Five lectures given in Stuttgart, at Christmas and New Years,
    • the lectures which for many years have been given in our circles, that
    • civilization with that impulse which can give it a new uplift.
    • impregnated with forces given over to national egoism, as would have
    • recall how that which gives its own particular meaning, its true
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    • Five lectures given in Stuttgart, at Christmas and New Years,
    • accept such knowledge, which at first can only be given out by few who
    • Initiation cannot be given to mankind haphazard, without preparation,
    • those means given by Spiritual Science of which I have often spoken to
    • or burial, is given over to the elements of the Earth; there, in its
    • something in us. We give our corpse over to the Earth, and by the help
    • when we have given our corpse over to the Earth. Thus, we are
    • will often be reluctant to give you the last consequence of his own
    • because the previous letter has given birth to the next one. It would
    • make when we give ourselves up to the great illusion of modern
    • in order to give some indication of the spirit which should pervade
    • the old Luciferic Wisdom had cooperated, had given the old Gnosis its
    • Lucifer had given to the evolution of the earth, was the greatest
    • culture, to which, through the incarnation of Lucifer man was given
    • on every subject, including the social question. To those who give out
    • this world's Science. Even this little label will give way. Man will
    • prejudice what is there, to give it their serious attention. We must
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    • Five lectures given in Stuttgart, at Christmas and New Years,
    • in full consciousness, a content which gives us again the link uniting
    • interest, and to give a content to religious experience. With what
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    • Five lectures given in Stuttgart, at Christmas and New Years,
    • to rouse the conscience of the German people, to give expression to
    • body, Luciferic beings were given the possibility of approaching these
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    • it. If I give a lecture I cannot do so like one who speaks on external
    • then gives it out; I must pass through the full experiences, through
    • the past to give it full freshness in the present. So different are
    • deepest longings of the human soul; on the other, gives us what we
    • human being, but just as it is not given to every man to become a
    • visionary experience? It is that the person is completely given up to
    • completely given up and lost in these spiritual experiences but
  • Title: Lecture: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • their faculties with that which anthroposophy can give them. Reference
    • given over to the forces of the earth as they work in the external
    • the human physical body is given up to those mineral forces and
    • pronounced the words which were to give the keynote to the whole
    • but to Him. I shall now give an outline of what anthroposophical
    • connected with humanity were being given up to death. But who was it
    • strongly in today's religious life. External science has given us
    • give an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha in a form that can be
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    • — yet it is not given the chance to do so. It is denied the
    • a way as to give them that singular feeling we express by the phrase:
    • give to the human Gemüt. Naïvely, and not through
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    • right thing to do in a given situation; but we cannot bring our self
    • But there is another way of receiving what anthroposophy has to give.
    • Michael power. It is confidence in the ideas of spirit — given
    • conviction: I have received a spiritual impulse, I give myself up to
    • prove that the conditions for realizing the impulse are not given me
    • I have tried to give you a sort of picture of what must be prepared
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    • give rise to quite a different dream. The man might dream he is
    • experiences, but they give these a different contiguity. Why is this?
    • physical and etheric bodies. This is what gives rise to all the
    • believes that a light shining at a given point in space will appear
    • Mysteries on the other; for this will give us points of contact
    • really twaddle, although the pictures give promise of yielding so
    • zodiacal constellations gives us the consonants, if I may use this
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    • the greatest danger, because they are incapable of refutation. Given
    • the earth; and in the summertime he found them given over to the vast
    • But given this different orientation, not only the human intellect but
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • further, but to give himself up to his memories. If he does this, and
    • something given to him from the cosmos. In the ages when men had a
    • this is. Memory gives our soul its colouring. We can know quite
    • gives the soul its colouring.
    • what has remained as memory in the soul and has given the soul a
    • I wanted to give you this as a kind of introduction to
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • physical body which is given over to the elements of the earth, and
    • is the form which gives actual shape to the physical substance which
    • given him as a covering, as a garment, as an instrument, namely the
    • is given him on the pure line of inheritance through father and
    • of inherited characteristics is contained that which gives the
    • the rising mist forms itself into clouds, these beings have to give
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • age. I was given a school-book. The first thing that happened to it
    • tree may give us particular pleasure; and if the will becomes warm in
    • which he himself had first given to nature. He can perceive on the
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • of all into our brain we should be given up entirely to our
    • preserve the memory of them. This capacity is given us by the finely
    • between the metals and man can only be given in that language which
    • It becomes more fluid until it gives off lead fumes. But all the time
    • the knowledge given by Anthroposophy.
    • have been given out at different times, truths which really support
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • which the earth, after the heavens had given it chalk, took and made
    • the case I have just given you as an experience of a short earthly
    • lantern on their heads which shines and also gives warmth. Down below
    • will find them given in my
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • sacred to the ancients. We find that the instruction given in the
    • given in the Ephesian Mysteries began.
    • picture of the burning Goetheanum arises before us. The pain may give
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • it has given impulses to this modern spiritual movement, and yet has
    • indications are given in my
    • was given in that place, who were led on to the Cosmic Word. Now, if
    • give himself, so to speak, up to it. He was prepared for this because
    • this voice pronounced the words which I give to you as follows:—
    • because the German word “Gluck” does not give the right
    • truths or knowledge. The point is to give the experiences of the
    • Images wished to give thee — Science and Art.”
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • that which the dream of Summer gives, which I inwardly experience in
    • give you somewhat in the following way, in the German language:
    • You see how that which gives the candidates for
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • given, for that which man was accustomed to look upon appeared before
    • come in fact into a condition in which you could inwardly give a
    • able to give at least dreamlike indications of what I have shown you
    • streaming into me from all around out of this element (forgive that I
    • something is being given to me. I am really surrounded by pure
    • causes me to exist, gives me form, and sustains me in so far as I
    • influences, than in that which was given to men — the way in
    • was given to mankind. I explained this some time ago in the periodical
    • it a reasonable explanation which I have given, that the
    • time was given to men in such a way that they were unable to grasp it
    • were indeed the last echo of an old wisdom given to mankind by the
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • earth is not in a condition to give the lead a form in which it can
    • the cosmos, that teaching was given in Greece which later on we find
    • what the earth in becoming earth could give out of its own being.
    • what is given by the Father-element in the cosmos.
    • To the Greek pupil was given a different natural
    • That is the account given in the history books.
    • which were also given to Aristotle by Plato from out of the
    • That which Aristotle actually had to give also followed
    • certain human beings in Central Europe. Theophrastus had given his
    • understanding will be discussed in the lectures to be given here; and
    • humanity, and which will be given to the delegates at Christmas I
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • gather from the short representations I give in my book,
    • they then approach Greek knowledge, what they have to give is purest
    • such teachings as were taken earnestly were so given that they were
    • This secret of the metals which was given in the
    • of the metals still formed part of the instruction given, even at the
    • answer the question: “How much does a man give us of the
    • meadow in the light of the impression they give of these elements of
    • evoked his attitude of mind at a given period in his life. He really
    • the instruction in physics which his teacher gives him and what he
    • which will be given in the near future, at the meeting of the
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • to give descriptions of what Mercury was still supposed to be in the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • like to give you an instance of this, one which is probably well
    • might perhaps give him a remedy for this by giving him formic acid so
    • another patient in whom similar symptoms appear; if you give him
    • formic acid it does not help him; but the moment you give him oxalic
    • to the nature spirits; and these could not give them any real
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    • Steiner gives a comprehensive history of the Mysteries and lays open an
    • be given to you in the, coming historical lectures; but with
    • give concerning the historical development of humanity from the
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    • medical conference, because I think the stimulus given by
    • however, are given at the special request of our doctors here,
    • training given in our lower schools — not to speak of
    • This is why I must ask you today to forgive these somewhat
    • seemingly trivial example I have given as a comparison. At the
    • modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, knowledge of
    • sense-oriented factual knowledge. They give knowledge of a
    • in philosophy have been given Chairs of Philosophy. Current
    • in the super-sensible world? If I attempted to give you a
    • In the brain, nature itself has given us as a real Imagination,
    • have to admit that little account is given to the fact that he
    • are approached in the ways of which I have given only hints
    • the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it is founded
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    • at our disposal, it is only possible, of course, for me to give
    • can give us insight into the human being. And now, bearing in
    • self-contained system. In the same sense I give the name astral
    • short time at our disposal I can only give you certain ultimate
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will
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    • can be observed in any given life period of the human being by
    • are given the wrong kind of gymnastics or are allowed to move
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
    • at puberty — a portion of the metabolism is given over to
    • ear. (Forgive this very sketchy way of hinting at the facts. I
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    • other words, if in a given case there is an irregularity in
    • this nerve-sense system. Forgive me for saying this — I
    • that any given function that can be demonstrated by
    • system is there to give the organism its forms, both inwardly
    • do with the life of soul; it is the shaper, the form-giver of
    • magical names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of
    • if we give temporary help to the organism, in most cases it
    • to give support to this specific nerve-sense activity, we can
    • This gives rise
    • able to give you certain hints as to method here, but you will
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    • composition of the forces of nature, nature in turn is given the
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    • being — about which many lectures could be given to describe it in
    • in the birch leaves into remedies. We can then give these remedies to
    • I will give you a few more examples, to show you how intuitively
    • alba, and this evening I will give some further indications, but in
    • twenty lectures given to physicians in Dornach, 1920.
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    • gives the earthly evolution of the human being its full meaning. We
    • to whom they give birth will contract hemophilia. This means that
    • twenty lectures given to physicians in Dornach, 1920.
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    • Conference, because I think the stimulus given by anthroposophical
    • lectures, however, are given at the request of doctors who are
    • lack what modern science has been able to give us, for the simple
    • and soul, has disappeared and given place to the sharp contours of
    • into modern culture, equipped with the kind of training given in our
    • ask you to-day to forgive certain pedantic ideas.
    • example I have given. At the very outset of our studies I ask you not
    • these three modes of higher knowledge give us, to begin with, an
    • and so certain scientists who dabble in philosophy have been given
    • entirely in the super-sensible world? If I were to attempt to give you
    • expresses the life of soul. In the brain, Nature has given us as a
    • the ways of which I have to-day given only preliminary hints. I will
    • observation but on the contrary to give it a true foundation. When it
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    • the few days at our disposal, it is of course possible for me to give
    • knowledge can give us insight into the being of man. And now, bearing
    • because the presence of an organised astral nature gives it definite,
    • self-contained and complete in itself. In the same sense I give the
    • of the short time at our disposal I can only give you certain
    • excretions of uric acid and urea will give definite evidence that the
    • want you now to follow me in a brief line of thought. I give it
    • principles can be given from the spiritual world. Research will show
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    • any given life-period of man by studying the relation of all that
    • round off the forms and give them their surfaces. Both components
    • if, for example, we give the proper kind of food. But if, as a result
    • limb-organisation. If children are given the wrong kind of drilling
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms of
    • happens at puberty — some of the metabolic activities are given
    • forgive this very sketchy way of hinting at the facts. I cannot
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    • the organism that will give rise to a process more foreign to this
    • words: If in a given case there is irregularity in what is going on
    • really talks nonsense about the nerves and senses. Forgive me for
    • observation of the human organism reveals that any given function
    • give the organism its forms, both inwardly and outwardly. To begin
    • is the moulder, the form-giver of the human organism, inwardly and
    • names given to illnesses merely serve the purpose of conventional
    • if we give temporary help to the organism it will usually begin to
    • simply be forced through in an untransformed state. This gives
    • it ought to give them when it enters their domain. The formative
    • but with the pans themselves. We can give support, for instance, to
    • gives rise to highly complicated forms of disease. On the one hand
    • have been able only to give you certain hints as to method, but you
    • the whole world. I have given only a tiny fragment, but it indicates
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    • which they do not dare to formulate maxims or give expression to
    • can give no answer to this question, and it shows ignorance of itself
    • governed only by mechanical laws, have nothing to give a man that has
    • regarding human worth and human dignity. The dead machine gives no
    • the man, in the midst of which he stands; it has nothing to give him
    • thoughts only. The old conception had not only thoughts to give; it
    • spirit. The modern conception had only thoughts to give and above
    • such as this, felt as an ideology which gives rise to the thought
    • subject for thought, but it gives no support in life. However
    • prevails, which gives the impression of a mere superstructure on top
    • problem. What new form can we give to cultural life, so that it may
    • attainments of modern civilization. In spite of this we must give
    • much less scathing in his criticism. But he gives no answer to the
    • economic question, when they again begin to give due weight to that
    • natural economy has given place to the financial system, it must now
    • The spirit must give
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    • these lectures to show that certain phenomena of social life give
    • moment. What gives rise to these party-programs? Someone thinks: Here
    • in economic affairs. One example, a really typical one, may be given
    • Appendix I) we give the death-blow to economic life.
    • necessary with money. A man gives over money, lends it, insures
    • they are true. Let us suppose that a man gives himself up to sport
    • under consideration. It certainly gives the impulse to the demand.
    • link be formed between human needs, which give the commodities their
    • can study the wants of consumers. Statistics can only give the
    • amount can never be given in excess of human capability. If you
    • merely give money and allow it to be used, the object to which it has
    • the object of transactions. If the money is given for human
    • lectures I have only been able to give a sketch of the matter with
    • Anyone who gives utterance to such things knows well that he will
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    • leading, governing classes have given themselves up instinctively to
    • given rise to a dogmatic conception of life among socialist thinkers
    • legal system may give birth to economic conditions which will satisfy
    • social conditions has been caused by the want of consideration given
    • developed in a community? Attempts have often been made to give a
    • life, when one man does business with another, gives a draft to
    • centuries and think of the incentive given to the men of that period
    • Forgive me if I mention a personal experience, it is very
    • will be given on this head in the fifth lecture. In conclusion, I
    • person whom he is trying, to give a verdict out of his own
    • observation of life. This will give us the knowledge that a true
    • problem. They will give themselves up to illusions, especially in
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    • in practice their ideas of reconstructing social life was given to
    • sketch of the development of art, I must inevitably give offence to
    • understand — forgive the personal remark — what it means
    • because we are unable to give it an artistic form and to surround
    • latter, I might give Woodrow Wilson's idea of freedom; an
    • forgive another personal remark — that this book has fragments
    • Suppose we give a
    • the will is to move it. For what reason do I give this example?
    • nature, naturalism, can give us no information. And even if the
    • artist's attempt to give expression to something spiritual be but a
    • wood carvings, etc., an attempt has been made to give form to all
    • be to give all men an opportunity to look up with reverence to higher
    • knowledge gives them a familiarity with those worlds be the most
    • give shape to externals, corresponding to the requirements and the
    • important laws of the evolving human being. I will give only one
    • and elsewhere, to give representations of the art known as eurythmy,
    • the next few days to show how external life may really be given a new
    • spirit can be heard. I will give one out of many examples of
    • good deal less pretentious than the others who up to now have given
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    • organism; yet this value gives the appearance of a unity bound to the
    • through our requirements and the personal importance we give to these
    • conditions be given a place in the economic organizations? And why
    • facts; and I should like to give you a striking example of something
    • foundation to the social edifice, and yet give evidence everywhere of
    • prevails everywhere today. He gives graphic pictures of the misery of
    • in the temper of the present day must fail. Having given expression
    • has given place to another. Let us go back to a time before the end
    • to give one example of the manner in which such changes are brought
    • wills. The single wills must give a result which is no tyranny for
    • train men who will in their turn give stimulus to the spiritual life.
    • Give to the spirit the things of the spirit, and to the soul the
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    • ‘soul,’ to give heed instead to the actual dominance of
    • and who gives no thought to all that fills the hearts and souls of
    • because it impresses itself on us, because we give ourselves up to it
    • Internationalism is that which permeates us more and more, as we give
    • attention will be wholly given to realities. Who has not seen that in
    • only gives heed to reality. While, on the one hand, people fall into
    • manner, and must not give himself up to fantastic thought, as do the
    • given. We must never weary of emphasizing these things. We must not,
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    • begin and try to give a more or less complete picture of the questions
    • was only possible on the basis originally given by England's relation
    • to give you in these present lectures. I want to show you how one must
    • ideas. I will give you an example from Natural Science to indicate
    • directions the light, as such, disappears. If, therefore, we give a
    • Now, it is approximately the same when, within a given economic
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    • the most simple case: At a given place, A, we have a certain
    • Assume, for instance, that at a given date a house in a large town
    • cereals, can he uniquely determined, at a given place, from certain
    • Then, perhaps, we can trace some of the conditions whereby at a given
    • place a given price actually emerges. But there can be no such thing
    • conditions obtaining at a given time and at the actual place to which
    • try, as it were, to catch the point where (at any given place and
    • time) the actual price of a given thing results from all the
    • appears in a given place and at a given time, inasmuch as human Labour
    • more: but these will give us our bearings during the next few days and
    • we take labour as the given thing. To begin with, as you have seen
    • reflection, perhaps even speculation — Labour is given a certain
    • gives it a certain modification (right).
    • any given instance will depend. There is every kind of fluctuating
    • Suppose now we find ourselves at any given point within the economic
    • values. Value set against value gives you Price. And if, as we saw,
    • Suppose we obtain iron at a given place under extraordinarily
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    • theoretical nature) we ascertain that in a given place, in a given
    • so as to give rise to acute distress. In the first place, then, we
    • Suppose there is a tailor, making clothes. Given the division of
    • who provides for himself. He gives only so much as he wants to earn.
    • he might give, for he will only give so much as he wants to earn. In
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    • insight that gives us always mobile ideas, which never correspond to
    • which gives it economic value; and this is all we have to do with in
    • hands a nonentity. He will have to give it back again after a time
    • purposes, and in the second place the Capital thus raised can be given
    • gives rise, the debtor stands in the middle. On the one hand we have
    • Mathematics we only have to take what is given as number; but when we
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    • But now let us take the other side. Assume that credit is given on
    • land — “real credit.” When credit is given on land,
    • process we must not and cannot give “real credit ” —
    • have no value at all. All you can do is to give it a fictitious value
    • the ground, not of logic, but of reality. We cannot give the kind of
    • answers which are sometimes given, for example, in the theory of
    • this. A real rise in the price of a given economic article indicates
    • among the several branches of Labour in a given social organism.
    • price depends on the number of workers engaged in a given field of
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    • when it is sold — i.e., when land is given a value in the
    • rate of interest is low. Land, on the other hand, which gives a yield
    • certain given circumstances — let us say, if he falls into the
    • future from any given moment onward — towards the future —
    • payment. I pay at the very moment when I open my purse and give away
    • give away the money, or exchange my commodity for another. That is
    • that it is by no means a matter of indifference whether in a given
    • economic process, we can give them a very good means of regulating the
    • life declines, too little is being given freely; they will
    • free spiritual work, they will realise that too little is being given.
    • When too little is being given, they will notice a decline in free
    • given an outlet into free spiritual institutions. That is the
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    • given product receives, as its counter-value, what he will require to
    • which gives him his profit. He gains on the transaction because,
    • Now, what is this excess of what they give him over what he
    • gives them? What is it, in other words, that falsifies the price
    • prices to the foresters for what they give them — higher prices,
    • there arise those relationships of tension which give rise to social
    • collect a sum of Capital for a given purpose. Here the free human will
    • Up to now I have given you a diagrammatic classification. I showed:
    • seen, gives rise to elaborated Nature, organised or articulated
    • at this point “Spirit” — which gives us Nature,
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    • become a supplier of money, or whether perhaps, at a given time in the
    • money with respect to a given product. The point is, not only that
    • give rise to something new: X = ƒ (S, D, P). The price
    • angle. If we do see supply and demand, at any given point on
    • he gives, a relationship arises, similar to that which arises
    • today — into my realm. I give money or something that I have
    • one takes something away from people and gives them nothing in return.
    • myself the trouble of giving the tradesman a top hat; I have given him
    • and have given him the pound. Now it might happen that the cobbler,
    • teacher and give him a certain salary, we are (sometimes, at any rate)
    • expert knowledge of the market that the enterpriser gives the proper
    • buys a commodity for a given price. He must buy it there, for
    • Thus if you give such instructions, not as part of a whole coherent
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    • The formulas I tried to give yesterday are not, of course, mere
    • Let me give you an example that will serve as an introduction to some
    • hidden connections. I give only one example which I myself have
    • at any given place, what is the true source of payment for a given
    • freely given. For example, assume for a moment that what I advocated a
    • congested on the land and are given to the spiritual or cultural life
    • made possible for people to have something to give and, in the
    • second place, unless they have the goodwill and intelligence to give
    • a wide range of experience; and a wide range of experience will give
    • most productive of all. Capital freely given, gift Capital, is the
    • earn what is here given freely, or rather the product of that work, is
    • actually saved. We freely give the available proceeds of the economic
    • We see, therefore, that at a given moment of its evolution the
    • economic process gives no real information of itself. The
    • given to anyone with a title or some other official label. This is
    • some quite extraneous reason. It is one thing if such people are given
    • do when you have given it a certain momentum. They go rolling on and
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    • worked upon; and the elaboration which gives it its value is the real
    • is, of course, really an exchange between what the buyer gives and
    • what the seller gives; but if you think the matter through exactly,
    • enabled to do more with the money than he who gives it can do.
    • often, from what takes place immediately before our eyes at any given
    • turn require. I give him peas in return for something which I for my
    • Given the necessary conditions including a statute enacting that
    • process, so that here, too, Labour or work gives value to the objects,
    • and then at a later stage the active entry of the Spirit gives them
    • and borrowing, human mutuality or “give and take” enters
    • precisely whether a given object can be bought or not be bought at
    • theoretical concepts — what the picture signifies, when he gives
    • immediate feeling that he can still afford to give so and so much more
    • given thing can be.
    • the economic process; and its value at a given place must be judged
    • does not suit me; I will give you 60 francs for it!” That will
    • processes to the mutuality, the give and take between man and man, and
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    • the land as the more or less fixed and given foundation of that which
    • spiritual workers, for example, within a given economic domain,
    • give away, maintained his Court Philosopher (which some may regard as
    • give their free gifts to the Church in tiny doses, such gifts are
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    • circulation. The premises are given to us by what we have said already
    • money, in giving his money, has not only given something which effects
    • an immediate exchange, but he has also given something which
    • mediates an exchange. He gives something which inserts itself
    • of time. This, however, is essential: The given pound of meat
    • I must give more in exchange for a pound of meat, the value of the
    • suggestions can be given; but you will find that all the economic
    • into circulation and give it freedom to do what it likes. For we
    • purchase-money, the less will he be able to give them — that is
    • sphere of loan or gift), the higher wages will he be able to give
    • people fail to notice it. When you give directly, your intelligence is
    • in the process. As things are now you do give, but the gift is
    • which to give. When a gift takes place (and every individual is free
    • to give or not to give) the money, if it has a year-value, as
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    • through the human mind and Spirit. I will give you an example, not
    • The following may happen. At a given time there lives a great poet,
    • not give his game away). “The paper I am buying will rise in
    • It is a perfectly real case, only I will not give any further details
    • village economy — will have to live on what the others give them.
    • — that of physical work. What gives value to the product is in
    • There are economists who believe that it is Labour which gives things
    • example. But other schools give another definition, which again is
    • intelligence. Indeed, all that I have given in these lectures amounts
    • a given place there are too many spiritual producers; i.e., the counteracting
    • spoken, has not been reached. Progress is only possible within a given
    • may be able to give you, as best I can, some sort of conclusion to
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    • to give you pictorial concepts, ideal pictures, to aid you in making
    • there in Economic Science. For this reason I have given you such
    • ideal pictures I have given to you.
    • will it be settled that a given enterpriser puts young money and no
    • time? They will only wish to give me money on the assumption that they
    • the act of grasping it livingly, you give it the possibility to
    • given in the so-called economic science of today out of quite good but
    • production for a given article might have to be reduced so that it has
    • credits, or whether we write out a chit and give it to the person
    • at. For in this way we give back to money the only quality which it
    • give money its true character.
    • production, including Nature herself. At a given time it is quite a
    • definite amount of Labour. I mean that at a given time a definite
    • given area, say x square metres of land, taking
    • the merchant's hands, or at some other given point. Once more then, a
    • definite amount of Labour is needed to produce wheat. It is a given
    • 30 peasants gives to these three, or to each one of them, a token, a
    • community might give a ticket on which something else was entered,
    • necessary Labour in addition to their own and will give them the
    • available in a given region — means of production including in
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    • those olden times initiates were not given names on any external
    • it is given to man to behold Christ as One Who walked on Earth in an
    • will, I think, have seen from the descriptions that have been given,
    • give you an example.
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    • doubt familiar with the kind of description given, for example, in my
    • from the experiences which are ours during earthly life. At any given
    • worlds. Let me give some examples.
    • to make for himself even the forms of his organs. I will give an
    • on — guides us at last to the mother who will give us birth.
    • Experiencing the entire Universe, we gather it and give to every
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    • possible into a lecture, and it may sometimes happen that one gives
    • give you today a description from one point of view of what may be
    • that all who give any thought at all to the meaning of existence on
    • are given us in dreams have a certain significance, yet are not the
    • give rise to the feeling of anxiety and apprehension of which I have
    • night it is thus given to man, — that is to say, to the part of
    • experiences of sleep aright; and these experiences are often given a
    • could also give you another description of man's nightly journey to
    • You will find that in our anthroposophical work we give ourselves
    • that it was given her at last to have her real meaning.
    • order to give you some idea of the tasks of modern initiation, I
    • we must know how to be watchful for it, how to give heed to it. As a
    • flowers, gives tidings to us concerning some fellow human being. We
    • descriptions that are given us in scientific books. As we go farther
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • and more intimate circle, to give you descriptions of what modern
    • therefore be quite prepared to find that it will often give people a
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    • consciousness. The religious side of man is given to him, as we saw,
    • course of time. It is our physical body that gives us the power of
    • gives his advice about man's body. That is quite understandable, and
    • physical infirmity, give instruction as to how he could better his
    • did the physician of the ancient Mysteries give this advice? Because
    • to the life of Saturn had given him the infirmity from which he was
    • give you two more lectures after today, and so I do not need to hurry
    • so will be our life on Earth. Let me give you an example of how this
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    • prophetic gift cannot be given to place within the framework of
    • which I have always given the name of the Ahrimanic powers.
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • is to say, they want first to give him senses that are properly
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • Jupiter gives their continuation in the nerves, and Mars exerts the
    • will have seen, my dear friends, from the descriptions I have given
    • with other symbols of that nature, ready to give them into the hands
    • will be given him not to despair, even in face of the despair of
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    • until the given moment. Yet at the same time we see glistening and
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • gives up and birth receives. From the very forces that soar upward,
    • There too is left behind this real being which we ourselves give
    • this opportunity to make good again, for this alone will give him
    • power to achieve his full humanity, — will give him strength to
    • given.
    • bring about a change in our decision, — namely to give to the
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    • those olden times initiates were not given names on any external
    • it is given to man to behold Christ as One Who walked on Earth in an
    • will, I think, have seen from the descriptions that have been given,
    • give you an example.
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    • doubt familiar with the kind of description given, for example, in my
    • from the experiences which are ours during earthly life. At any given
    • worlds. Let me give some examples.
    • to make for himself even the forms of his organs. I will give an
    • on — guides us at last to the mother who will give us birth.
    • Experiencing the entire Universe, we gather it and give to every
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    • possible into a lecture, and it may sometimes happen that one gives
    • give you today a description from one point of view of what may be
    • that all who give any thought at all to the meaning of existence on
    • are given us in dreams have a certain significance, yet are not the
    • give rise to the feeling of anxiety and apprehension of which I have
    • night it is thus given to man, — that is to say, to the part of
    • experiences of sleep aright; and these experiences are often given a
    • could also give you another description of man's nightly journey to
    • You will find that in our anthroposophical work we give ourselves
    • that it was given her at last to have her real meaning.
    • order to give you some idea of the tasks of modern initiation, I
    • we must know how to be watchful for it, how to give heed to it. As a
    • flowers, gives tidings to us concerning some fellow human being. We
    • descriptions that are given us in scientific books. As we go farther
    • have given expression. Should I however make bold to clothe in
    • and more intimate circle, to give you descriptions of what modern
    • therefore be quite prepared to find that it will often give people a
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    • consciousness. The religious side of man is given to him, as we saw,
    • course of time. It is our physical body that gives us the power of
    • gives his advice about man's body. That is quite understandable, and
    • physical infirmity, give instruction as to how he could better his
    • did the physician of the ancient Mysteries give this advice? Because
    • to the life of Saturn had given him the infirmity from which he was
    • give you two more lectures after today, and so I do not need to hurry
    • so will be our life on Earth. Let me give you an example of how this
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    • prophetic gift cannot be given to place within the framework of
    • which I have always given the name of the Ahrimanic powers.
    • the Ahrimanic powers. He is completely given up to his passions and
    • is to say, they want first to give him senses that are properly
    • extend inwards into the organism. Saturn gives the senses,
    • Jupiter gives their continuation in the nerves, and Mars exerts the
    • will have seen, my dear friends, from the descriptions I have given
    • with other symbols of that nature, ready to give them into the hands
    • will be given him not to despair, even in face of the despair of
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    • until the given moment. Yet at the same time we see glistening and
    • man and given over to destruction? Truth is: When man is born and has
    • gives up and birth receives. From the very forces that soar upward,
    • There too is left behind this real being which we ourselves give
    • this opportunity to make good again, for this alone will give him
    • power to achieve his full humanity, — will give him strength to
    • given.
    • bring about a change in our decision, — namely to give to the
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    • question to answer, and the answer gives rise to further questions,
    • and knowledge. Today, therefore — though it may give rise to
    • spiritual life. Then, with the answer given to us in reincarnation,
    • When souls have neglected in a given incarnation what
    • was given to humanity through the fact that there were certain souls
    • consciousness what anthroposophy or spiritual science has to give,
    • beings because only here in the physical world could He give evidence
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    • however, and knows that what the earth can give us during a definite
    • sublime wisdom that was given to the world by the Seven Holy Rishis
    • his own. He was given up entirely to the spiritual world. To learn to
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    • given in its entirety at the beginning. Only the initial impulse
    • could be given, which must be penetrated. This impulse would then
    • more able to give his teaching all at once, because he referred to an
    • plant life; this will soon be discovered. Plants give the planet its
    • form, and they then give off the substance from which its mineral
    • foundation originates. The beginnings of this idea were given through
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    • man might be given this place of precedence in our universe. This
    • limbs. Head and limbs give a clairvoyant the feeling that they are
    • side with others as they appear to us in space; if we do this we give
    • feminine nature in the cosmos. It is something that really gives the
    • misfortune. A reappearance of Halley's Comet should therefore give us
    • give ourselves up to it, if we were not to resist its influence. It
    • time. Today I wished to give the preliminaries, in order that
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    • into the spiritual worlds. This was given to man through the fact
    • that a consciousness of God was given to man that is closely
    • out into the spiritual world. Through this, the possibility is given
    • streams flow down that give true spiritual nourishment to everything
    • streams and impulses for all that is to be given to humanity from
    • contained in the Gospels. To recognize what is given in the Gospels
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    • significant sign was given in advance through the many baptisms
    • referred to are concerned, we must bear in mind what was given them
    • that these new qualities give us an insight into the land of
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    • given us the task of teaching anthroposophy. In the West this message
    • gospel that the other four can be understood, and it will be given to
    • were given on the occasion of the physical appearance of Christ.
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    • thinking, he is roused to anger and gives vent to it by striking the
    • immediate expression is given to an impulse of will. These two things
    • soul feels constrained to give expression to moral impulses, these
    • dream a little when awake; they must be able to give themselves up to
    • crass reality. Those who can give themselves up in this way form a
    • bond that can enliven and invigorate the whole of existence. To give
    • shadow-images of the astral plane when by day we give ourselves up to
    • his development gives no intimation of the nature of the
    • be given at the present time, will proclaim the great secrets of
    • discharge — one can only hope that before some discoverer gives
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    • would give this group power over others who did not possess such
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    • who gives them a certain command. This is not the case. This idea is
    • circumstances to give in to this evil in all realms, rather than
    • opportunities are given to the fifth post-Atlantean period to lend
    • Naturally, all of this cannot give rise to wailing or
    • spiritual world. Man is given his freedom to the highest degree in
    • another era. I will give you an example. In our time the
    • devoutness. It gives new meaning to the legend about which I just
    • however, to give man the full possibility of achieving his task. This
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    • Forgive me, dear friends. I am not reading this to
    • does not swing at all. (I can only give indications at this time.)
    • simply to master them in the right way. This will give a real renewal
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    • earlier lecture given here in Bern and to pursue it further along the
    • the hierarchies is across the threshold the same thing as what gives
    • only one example has been given, the extreme case I have just
    • conferences that have given rise to the slanders. This statement in
    • I am obliged to take these two steps. Give me a little
    • however, both requirements must be fulfilled. It gives me much sorrow
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    • give that particular configuration, through which they are ‘the
    • air — what through the breathing gives a special character to
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    • characteristics of the being of the earth can be given, as it appears
    • What I have given are only two specific colours; apart from colours,
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • given at our Christmas Foundation Meeting, I should like, in the
    • lectures that are now to be given, to speak further of the movement
    • understanding of them. And so today I should like to give you a
    • centuries one would have been able to give the account quite
    • people were so filled with enthusiasm — forgive me, but it
    • a certain human being. You feel his presence gives you warmth. But
    • Light. Saturn is dark; it gives warmth. And now within the
    • be able to imagine how this gives rise to the element of Water. In
    • colour, of which I have only been able to give you the merest hints
    • of speculating; it gives the stamp to our whole natural-scientific
    • and other up-to-date apparatus. What Basilius Valentinus really gives
    • That is what he gives — a fragment of embryology. According to
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • was able to take place. I described in the lectures recently given at
    • events of which I would like now to speak. Let me give you first, as
    • impulse of my soul. And now let me give you the gist of a
    • give you, does not Revelation give?
    • away from it and give you the opportunity to understand Revelation
    • it were far away from the Earth, became wholly given up to Nature and
    • always possible — then he gives something of his ripe
    • at the same time the Spirit of his youth gives something of his
    • Revelation that is given in religion.
    • have given to man Revelation — for the reason that men are not
    • Therefore did the Gods give them the Revelation which is ordinarily
    • given him by the teacher, showing him how self-knowledge really
    • the external world, as it was given for these pupils who were carried
    • given in my book
    • the connection between the two lines of vision will give you A. Or
    • possibility was given to recognise what it was that had taken place
    • I have given you here a
    • gives only a dim reflection, then we may receive a powerful and
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • open for many centuries and given entrance by way of natural gift and
    • physical body that gives the medium his spiritual powers. But the
    • give you no more than a mere indication of that which will come to
    • — these other four were able to give again in ordinary language
    • what was given to them was so accounted — from a direction that
    • human language. What the three give would be nothing but quite
    • century, it is all given in a vague, impersonal style, philosophical
    • kind of shrinking back before this knowledge. Let me give you an
    • should have to say: You give me your hand, my brother man, but it is
    • not your feeling alone that is the cause why you give me your hand,
    • it is the star standing over you that gives you the impulse to hold
    • Pico della Mirandola gives
    • I should like to give you a
    • into the spiritual world. The wise men would give as it were a
    • not give thoughts. What they gave, however, had an after-working that
    • I have given you, my dear
    • wanted here to add something further to what was given then.
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • a little further. I have tried to give you a picture of the flow of
    • World-Spirit had given the task to rule and regulate the Earth, to
    • being, Man gives to the Earth the impulse for her movement around the
    • Earth as an etheric being, give himself earthly form. The seeds of
    • striven to attain the manhood that is lost, and have had to give up
    • a holy tradition. And this was the following. — I will give it
    • contradistinction to a World-System given by the Gods to men with the
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • I described to you in the lectures given at the Christmas Meeting,
    • for example, Eliphas Levi gives later on, is in reality nothing more
    • Such was one of the teachings given in this school.
    • attention was given in this school to the passage of the Moon through
    • form, how the substance is given shape and form, then you must
    • give quite an external indication in my
    • coming of the Michael Age gives the possibility for these truths to
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    • These lectures, given just after the Christmas Foundation Meeting,
    • to time into the life of man. Thus, after given periods of time a
    • the Gods may translate it into their language and give it back again
    • until his physical body, and that which the Gods can give him, if
    • no longer gives anything forth in the way it did for the old
    • who speaks very little. At most He will give sparing indications, for
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    • the many and varied descriptions of it that have been given here, that
    • ripe ourselves. It is then that we give ourselves over to Nature's
    • This is the great and powerful picture given us in the approach of
    • animal-like Nature. For this he is given guidance when he looks out
    • be painted only out of what is given by the cosmos. And the only way
    • — when all this is given artistic form, then it is that the
    • the cosmos, is no longer recognised. This is what gives these works of
    • hierarchies — this gives the necessary contrast over against the
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    • given periods of time a certain guidance of the world — such as
    • again. Thereby the possibility is given for man to remain with his
    • may translate it into their language and give it back again to
    • his physical body, and that which the Gods can give him, if with the
    • soul no longer gives anything forth in the way it did for the old
    • little. At most he will give sparing indications, for what we learn
    • Hierarchy of Archangeloi give us the feeling that from them come the
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    • essential thing. We give them names in the same way as we give other
    • beginning. If one gives the names which in the West have become
    • The human race must however first give itself this possibility. One
    • perceive what evolution is for mankind. It is given to us to be
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    • may account for your belief in something that is given in Spiritual
    • gives its character to our age, so did he give its character to the
    • answer that can be given is: “You may withdraw from God as much
    • here on earth. Occultism alone can give knowledge of life; external
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    • is given to us as the resurrection of the soul, in order that
    • time we give each other presents and do certain other things as well;
    • given here, how very little people still receive to-day from these
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    • impregnated with forces given over to national egoism, as would have
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    • the springs that have given rise through centuries of human history
    • should give us; we want it to affect us simply on its own. All the
    • those regions of soul that give rise to the poetic mood of the fairy
    • to do, I would have to give many lectures. Today it will be possible
    • tale. Of course it would be a tremendous task over a long time, given
    • will you give me if I spin the straw into gold for you?” The
    • girl gives him her necklace and the little man spins the straw into
    • asks, “What will you give me if I spin the straw into gold for
    • you?” she gives him her ring. By morning all the straw is spun
    • manikin comes again, but now the girl has nothing more to give him.
    • “Then promise me, if you should become queen, to give me your
    • give you three days' time,” he replies. “If you know my
    • other work of art gives us the feeling of utmost inner joy as the
    • who can help you to accomplish the most difficult tasks and give you
    • Let us take another tale. Please forgive me if it is connected with
    • I give you a short summary of the fairy tale, let me say this:
    • very much given to thought — in order to express his most
    • the life of the world. Even we adults, given to reason and
    • fairy tale is like a good angel, given us at birth to go with us from
    • throughout the journey and to give us angelic companionship, so that
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    • will be given, to let us picture what it is all about. The first
    • willingly enter your service if you will give me a proper reward, but
    • if afterwards you will give me your daughter as my wife.” Now
    • willingly have given him everything, but the forester wished to
    • move; it bent before no one. The girls were given their pearls and
    • guiding human beings to the spiritual world. He is able to give the
    • daughters. When he was about to die, he said to his three sons, “Give
    • in him. The fox said, “If you will draw out the arrow, and give
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    • given to understand that when he was now laid in the coffin, he would
    • given, once more at the right and proper time, to the pupils in the
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    • I will now give a brief outline of certain facts, the precise details
    • forgive me saying so — that the Sun forces make him perspire,
    • derived. Spiritual research alone can give information on these
    • normal course of man's development give him his freedom — give
    • Of course we cannot expect the man of today at a given moment in his
    • thou hast been initiated into the third Degree, and art given what can
    • be given to thee when freed from the body, then thou will be not a
    • which the Sun forces give thee.” Now in many of the Mysteries
    • that which the Sun forces spiritually give to man was called
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    • to Earth to unite with the physical bodily nature that is given to him
    • sends its light to the Moon because he may not give it to man
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    • Anthroposophy. (Eight lectures given at Dornach, 24th
    • and give myself up to the impression of it all. And if I have the
    • rightly combined give us the whole of Faust.
    • the Christmas impulse which was given to us at Dornach. For the
    • Gathering feelings that will give us courage and strength to work when
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    • recent lectures given here my endeavour has been to show how in the
    • have to be given of what was presented in the first place more in the
    • could be given, it is obviously only possible to select one or two.
    • descriptions are given in the book. In this setting, with the
    • Infernale,” was given by Mickiewicz in his lectures in Paris in
    • drama given by Adam Mickiewicz in his lectures enables me to speak
    • given in the preface to this drama.
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    • wanted to give emphasis to the question: In what form does something
    • to give form to the air in the larynx, and then suffocated the man —
    • From indications I have given recently you will have
    • life there must be a marriage between the ideas which are given to
    • Life.” But Christ will forever give men to eat of the Tree of
    • realise that through the impulse given by the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • able to give nourishment and life to the souls of men, and — as
    • given as life not as knowledge only, but as very life. Then we shall
    • still want to invoke only that God Who said to man that He will give
    • lecture given by Dr. Steiner in Berlin, 16th May, 1908, will be found
    • impelled to give expression to what has come to pass. And now that we
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    • too prone to give way to delusions. On the one side they want to be
    • give an example of a genuinely struggling soul — an unassuming,
    • the descriptions given we know, too, how different these human bodies
    • sixth post-Atlantean epoch. The poems give one the impression of
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    • the particular soul constitution of the human beings alive at any given
    • that of a person in a robe of state who knows that wearing it gives
    • birth, could put it on; and it is this feeling that gives to Greek art,
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    • perceptive, he sensed that his head had been given him by the spiritual
    • gives Mary Magdalene — essentially — her characteristic
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    • give us colors. We may employ number, measure and weight to our heart's
    • alternately; and in order to give them more character do something additional:
    • of human bodies in order to give free reign to their wills.
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    • of changing it greatly to give it artistic form.
    • But what happened then? He did not dare to give them their final form.
    • and all that earthly life gives him on a purely naturalistic basis. In
    • to Rome in order to rewrite it and give it the only form he could consider
    • for a new unfolding of spiritual life, must give up seeking for what
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    • if in sacrifice and art he gives back what the gods gave him —
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    • before an altar, his back toward us. The painter had given himself the
    • said: Give me matter, and out of it I shall create a world. Well, you
    • could have given him matter endlessly without his ever being able to
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    • thoughts. As a result, certain ideas give conceptual form to the phenomena
    • given wings by artistic feeling.
    • through sensory-natural elements, is given the soul out of the
    • actually part of that head. Her helmet gives expression to the shaping
    • life as does abstract, idealistic-empirical cognition, it gives us back
    • sun-implanted blood system upon the earth-given nervous system. The
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    • be given stage presentation. Man was, so to speak, the vessel of the
    • imaginative element, the evocation of sounds. Single words give the
    • Frau Dr. Steiner has given years to it. When we return to artistic feeling
    • given only sketchy indications of what Anthroposophy wishes to do for
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    • teacher's task to give "soul milk" at the change of teeth and
    • god-given, within his nature after he has descended from pre-earthly
    • that to be given here, we can only speak of the most important
    • aspects of body, soul and spirit, in such a way as will give a
    • pale; I may perhaps come to see that I have given this child too much
    • to give a class as good definitions as I can, so that the
    • grow with him. We give him concepts which are intended to be
    • give the child.
    • and give a lot of trouble, the spirit is active, though of course in
    • first seven years of our life we have a body which is given to us by
    • fashioned on the model given us by our parents only appears at the
    • or to describe the duodenum, very curious answers would be given. Now
    • must be given bodily milk. This constitutes its food and every other
    • it is again milk that you must give him, but now, milk for the soul.
    • thus give it an artistic form, and how you must then lead this over
    • extremely difficult to give to present-day humanity, for we have no
    • things by way of introduction and to give you a certain direction of
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    • I knew for example a small boy who on being given something to eat
    • say these things jokingly but in order to give you examples of how to
    • so-called beautiful dolls that are so often given to children
    • if you want to work in this way you cannot expect to be given
    • take into consideration in the strictest sense if you wish to give
    • this age must be given in the form of fairy tales, legends and
    • crippling effect on the child, but fantasy gives it life and
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    • plant belongs to the earth. This is the true picture and gives the
    • earth, and to give the child a clear feeling that the earth is a
    • will never give him an understanding, for example, of how the soil
    • understand it if they have been given conceptions of plants as being
    • give the child a very beautiful and delicate feeling. For as I have
    • kinds we may give the child in an artistic form what he himself finds
    • regard to History, up to the twelfth year the child should be given
    • year, and up to this time give him only pictures.
    • you give a child of seven a conception of cause and effect you are
    • System and give them a lecture on it. At first the children were
    • quite mystified as to why they were suddenly being given a lesson on
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    • metamorphosis cf simple figures, to give children feeling of form and
    • therefore give you an example of something which can sink into the
    • than to give the children something in picture form between the
    • at seven years of age the children are given over to a teacher who
    • that things which at one time were given to the child in germ can
    • little child will probably ask: “But why did the dog give such
    • give a reprimand, you are lost! Especially with the little children
    • melancholics, and here the sanguines. This will give him a point of
    • is talking over with them the story which has just been given, must
    • are given in this story can grow with the child. You have all kinds
    • the early part of the story is the snappish advice given by the dog,
    • lessons must all be given a certain inner form, and if such a method
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    • (11-12 years). Details given of a clear, visual proof, based on
    • skilled is to give him a pencil, for instance, and let him hold it
    • admittedly, much less convenient. If you give him a watch for
    • small, another big. We put our hand into the basket and give the
    • smaller; then you must give the larger piece to your sister Anna and
    • we give this to one child, let us say {see lines in the drawing), and
    • whole, but this will give the child dead concepts. He will not gain
    • you see, the sum is done. The usual method is that something is given
    • to be given in a clear visual way. (Dr. Steiner then built up a proof
    • Theorem of Pythagoras. It is not good to give a proof that can be
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    • cannot be to give detailed indications but only general principles.
    • colour, then you will be able to give him the right guidance. But you
    • will be fostering all this if you give the child plenty of singing.
    • the change of teeth and puberty demand it, to give the children
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    • short time I can only pick out a few examples to give you.
    • we have given a clear description of the mountains we can show the
    • movement of their limbs tires them more, whereas what you give them
    • said nowadays. People say that lessons must be given in a living way
    • feeling for what is actually in accordance with reality. I will give
    • where an Arithmetic example was being given which was supposed to
    • following way: from the given date in 1895 to 1924 [
    • everything: you simply poison a child to whom you give a sum like
    • a child what should be given him at this age. All I have said to you
    • other hand we try to give the children an understanding of life. It
    • our aim as far as possible to give the children some knowledge of the
    • do. In Central Europe it is customary to give a 3, or a 4. At the
    • Waldorf School we do not give reports like this, but every teacher
    • the indications I wanted to give you for the practical organisation
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    • Religious Instruction. Religion lessons in the Waldorf School given by
    • so-called multiplicand (one factor) and the product are given, and
    • the other factor has to be found. Of course this really gives what is
    • measurements? (The answer was given that we do not use it for
    • is carried out in full awareness that it gives us nothing real. A
    • should religious instruction be given at the different ages?
    • certain kind of religious instruction should be given them also. We
    • was that religious instruction should be given, to begin with, by the
    • teaching can be given even before the age of the change of teeth, but
    • held in England, and, finally, from what I have been able to give you
    • conclusion I should like to give you my right good thoughts on your
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    • give any direct impetus to such reform by means of a course of
    • give special attention to everything that may be of value to the
    • knowledge of man which leads to his essential being. I shall give you,
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    • neurasthenia in their own typical irregularities, gives a tendency to
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    • something suggesting lines of treatment to be given together with
    • which Nature herself gives counsel. But these examples are more or
    • this were not so, we could not give milk to young babies, as the most
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    • [Ed: A lecture on the Ritter treatment of disease given
    • external nature, but has not been given anything like due attention,
    • Please give your consideration to this: in external nature (let us
    • I recommend you to give heed wherever these processes contrary to
    • gland has given forth its secretion.
    • as soon as we receive it, and to give forth the products by excretion.
    • must pass from the general definitions just given, to the particular
    • liberated through homeopathic dosage. This subject shall be given
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    • diagnosis of a given disease can be utilised.
    • practitioners have given me their confidence, and discussed various
    • “How old is the patient?” and the practitioner could give no definite
    • [Ed: In a lecture given by one of those attending
    • the etheric body of man. I have given much consideration to the
    • shall give a general statement regarding it now, but reserve the
    • allopathic dosages. We shall give special consideration to the cases
    • such a way as to give themselves up to the environment, the reason is
    • must give special heed to the state of the forces that are the most
    • indications just given, when we deal specially with syphilitic and
    • gives a different organisation to the plants. But there is a certain
    • give an example; suppose you are studying mushrooms and fungi: for
    • give themselves up to the formation of blossom and seed, or, most of
    • mainly given in the grey matter of the brain. This is not so. The grey
    • description of the actual experiments given in the fundamental
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    • given over to the earth again. It must, as it were, continue at a
    • it gives no result. It is a process concerned with lead. But he failed
    • Moreover, the conception I have given leaves, as you will perceive,
    • sought to liberate and extract these three principles from a given
    • whether of vegetable or mineral derivation. I shall give further
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    • period. The important point is, to give great weight to the
    • Mercury and the Moon, to give them the titles already mentioned. But
    • constitution. We shall, when we go more into detail, give some
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    • able to give and what is taught by external science. Naturally the
    • give the key, between the process taking place within the eye, and the
    • interiorise the salt-process within the plant, you will give help in
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    • however, at once succeed with a patient who is not inclined to give
    • respiration becomes quicker and deeper and he must give more (though
    • a given locality. In order to comprehend the exact state of liver
    • conditions set up by the geology and geography of the given locality.
    • sensation which may give a sensory response even to — for instance —
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    • of our human organism. Thus nature gives us, in single examples such
    • abstractly leads us to an emancipation of pathology. Please forgive a
    • Indeed, this gives a possibility to study the female sexual
    • which I should like you to receive what I attempt to give. But it is a
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    • will give the most cogent illustration of the need to widen the
    • be given due weight. There is no question here of a plunge into
    • man. So we are definitely able to say that if we give a patient
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    • are in a position to give men air or whether to deprive them of it.
    • Surely today we need to give heed not only to the science of Röntgen
    • already given here in outline, which you may work out in detail. Thus,
    • This polar interaction gives the clue to many important things. We
    • mediator is given to iron. Iron plays the mediating role between the
    • all these workings which give a general direction to his organic
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    • unless the insight given by spiritual science serves at least as a
    • Mistletoe provides, beyond question, a means which — when given in
    • gives utterance to clever thoughts, but to observe (granted that such
    • state were based on wit, there could be given a remedy which would
    • gives himself up to the surrounding world and has a comparatively
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    • (which in the physical body is similar to the etheric) give rise to
    • study of the external side, in indications given in a preceding
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    • and a matter of course. And this bird gives the most practical proof
    • be: the education given us at school and at the university — for both
    • only, is to regard man too much as an animal. One gives really due
    • earth, and one must give him the opportunity to take part with his ego
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    • is important in itself, and should be given scope. Through this
    • should like to give you some examples; here is one: “Put your feet in
    • (which are in many respects opposed to nature, and in no way give man
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    • only be a preliminary outline, it is well that we are able to give two
    • which is given up to the external world as something mineral. Here the
    • arguments pro and con, and the prescriptions which are given in these
    • these individual appetites and anti-appetites need not be given the
    • physical disorders, attention should be given to the state of the
    • suppression of activity and of inner initiative gives rise to
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    • paths of thought we have already traversed and for a short time give
    • — and I only use the term in order to give a picture — really exist?
    • harmony between the general type of action of a given individual and
    • which gives rise to a powerful reflection in the lower abdominal
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    • accurately, in the way that can be given by Spiritual Science, the
    • a way as to provide much practical use in life. But if we give it
    • through the maternal organism. Thus a community which gives thought
    • processes — if the substance is given a little stimulus — is most
    • what gives rise to bodily form.
    • soul, so that the bodily processes become hallucinations — then give
    • as I have already pointed out. Of course, if you give the human being
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    • study of medicine is to be continued in a way that gives
    • what is known as a “hangover”; this will give you the key to its
    • On the other hand, however, I must ask you to forgive me if I point
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • some inherited tendency to disease, which gives rise to a feeling of
    • not upon the forces of heredity. Suppose I am an artist and you give
    • thing; the exaggerated importance given to it is just a consequence
    • maturity. This gives the true picture of the situation. The human
    • there, and has given the human being individual maturity, and earthly
    • you observe the world intently and carefully, then this gives you
    • pre-eminently the organ that gives the human being the courage to
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • from this newspaper that gives a crude example of how misleading an
    • teachers were then to give lessons in the manner of this science —
    • be overcome by the inherited characteristics; it will give, as it
    • Science, no more sensible than if someone who had a jug of milk given
    • dealing, who has been given into our charge, to find his right
    • can give it. If we have a sensible vessel, then our milk will be
    • have given you an extreme case. All sorts of mistakes are, in fact,
    • Anthroposophy can at present do no more than give suggestion and
    • that has been given. We must know the truth, and then try to act
    • applied, as in the education of backward children, within the given
    • physical and his etheric body and give our attention to his astral
    • give treatment to a backward child, we are intervening in karma.
    • give it if we are to deal in the right way with backward children.
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • most decidedly be given in such forms of illness in childhood, by
    • precise in its statements, gives occasion for such a belief, but
    • gives you the capacity to perceive the world illumined in this way,
    • puberty are such exercises for balance important. If you give the
    • give way any minute. Such, as a rule, are the consequences of this
    • indications that have already been given will perhaps suffice. But if
    • the warnings and admonitions that we have to give with the requisite
    • give our admonitions in the right way. That healing is possible is
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • must enter into child's inhibitions and give him the right stimulus
    • give rise to an altogether different substance. We can, for example,
    • takes place. The very description I have given you contains an
    • descriptions that have been given for the better comprehension of
    • pain. Here, you see, I have given you descriptions of inner
    • comprehended, not taken hold of by ideas, give rise to depression;
    • have to give your attention to the excretions. And you will find you
    • continually doing things in such a way as to give a shock to other
    • from unconscious habit, but are given consciously and deliberately,
    • certain resignation, for where this kind of treatment has been given
    • give these “shocks” — that is one thing you must
    • can no longer restrain himself but must give vent, there arises —
    • therefore to give him effective consolation, so that he feels comfort
    • everything Spiritual Science can give, you will always find that
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • these conditions being given, a change can come about. The
    • condition gives rise, as we saw, to fits. It is not congestion
    • for instance, we were to give him a great deal of fruit, or food that
    • sulphurous nature. If, on the other hand, we give him a diet that is
    • copiously with salt, but we should give him foods in which salt is
    • we were to give them in early childhood a diet that suits their need
    • and the best treatment for them is to give them as much fruit as
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • External tests all give a negative result. After he came, he showed
    • and a half years old was given into my care. I have written about him in
    • and attention given to the movements of the limbs; through this, it
    • out to give must be so simplified, must contain so few elements, that
    • interest to develop. Suppose we are beginning to give them
    • and by means of baths or lotions. When you give a person medicine to
    • If you want to help the rhythmic system, you must give injections.
    • give baths or lotions. Now, arsenic has a powerful effect on the
    • is certainly meant.] For this gives, as it were, a helping
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    • we will go on to consider another child. Let me give you the history
    • was given speech exercises; he had to speak sentences forwards and
    • for doubt whether the information given us is correct — for we
    • the child is in this condition? The explanation is given to us in the
    • before birth, with the configuration that was given to the astral
    • background. In this one fact opportunity is given us to acquire an
    • symptoms to which we must give careful attention.
    • were given to the boy at that time had this end definitely in view:
    • paralysis. The child was given massage, and after three months the
    • such information has been given us, the birth may have occurred too
    • is stated in the report given us that development in the first three
    • fashion forms, to carve. He should simply be given a piece of wood,
    • could be given sour fruit in exceedingly small quantities. (You will
    • dose of acid. All you have to do, before you give him some meat, is
    • whether he makes rapid progress or not. We shall give him Eurythmy
    • In this way we can strengthen the limbs in their efforts to give form
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • children to be given later.
    • has a feeling for detail; the drawings give evidence of a clear grasp
    • note of the tragic fact that just before I came here to give these
    • in the human being, that alone is given opportunity to grow.
    • spending it all on some jollification in order to give them pleasure.
    • continued to give the appearance of being normal. By the time she was
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • something that gives one tremendous pleasure, something that thrills
    • by day and crying in the night. That changed when we began to give
    • difference can be noticed according as the baths are given in the
    • other means. Nectar was given — the content of the nectaries
    • only advice that can be given for a crisis of this nature is on no
    • and, when they come, to give them every care and attention; but we
    • the organism. The cosmos, as we know, gives itself time to work;
    • who was given into my care, and who was in time completely healed.
    • achieve this end, we always give arsenic baths — that is, we
    • class of such beings, namely, the beings to whom we give the name of
    • schoolroom. If our behaviour and gestures as we enter give adequate
    • of course special instructions have had to be given that he is to be
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    • physical organisation. He was given into your care comparatively
    • taken in hand earlier on and given the advantage of Waldorf School
    • and if in addition the boy could at the same time have been given
    • What have I to take from a given number in order to leave another
    • given number as remainder: Thus, we do not, as is usually done in
    • teaching arithmetic, give the minuend and subtrahend, but instead the
    • things which will bring this about. An excellent plan will be to give
    • boy gives indeed every appearance of one in whom the transition to
    • given. The girl is fifteen years old.”)
    • help can be given through education, by awakening the child's
    • juice is given by the mouth, to start with; and then one has to watch
    • treated with nicotiana juice given by the mouth in suitable decimal
    • shall have first of all to give ourselves to the study of that which
    • treatment, basing it on the indications I have given today. We will
    • The explanations and advice given by Rudolf Steiner on the occasion
    • instructions given by Rudolf Steiner will be added here as Notes to
    • At I at Lauenstein the following prescription was given: Nicotiana
    • given of the presence of pyrites and gypsum, to which allusion is
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    • Meditation of point and circle (already given) fundamental to grasp
    • is to give him Tone Eurythmy. That will be the way to help him on.
    • then, comparatively quickly, give him instead a douche, also of a
    • his astral body from within. This gives rise to an inner clumsiness —
    • us to give our attention for the moment to the following.
    • being given in this course. If it should prove that anyone is not
    • satisfied with what is being given in this course of lectures and
    • became Pope Gregory VII, and strongly influenced the direction given
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    • This course of lectures given to doctors and curative teachers contains
    • will at the same time give us insight into the way men thought about
    • — that when some medicament or other is given to a child, it
    • eagle, or the ox; or again, he gives evidence of being wrenched away
    • certain given meditations. A meditation that is particularly
    • gently surging billows — where you are given the possibility to
    • Section is able to give you what you need in order that you may
    • connection between your own work and all that is done and given in
    • Curative Eurythmy is being given, the one who is giving it must on no
    • given without consultation with the doctor. You see from all this how
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    • those who wish earnestly to work out what has been given as
    • acquired we use our thinking in such a way that we give
    • our senses; in fact that we must simply give ourselves over
    • totality — and to give oneself up entirely to this
    • no memories, then he will be able to give himself up to it in
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    • These three lectures were given at Dornach in July of 1924. They
    • Lecture 2 (21st July, 1924) of the series of three given by
    • what was only given in general outline in the first lecture.
    • physical development, and by so doing gives
    • what has been given in regard to the nervous system — (to
    • organism. The first is to give the patient a remedy by mouth.
    • contains a great deal of silicic acid. If we were to give
    • at Arlesheim. This book will present what can be given from the
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    • These three lectures were given at Dornach in July of 1924. They
    • Lectures given at Arnheim, Holland, 24th July, 1924. Third and
    • something which gives an inclination towards sleep. Yet the man
    • head and we give a proper dose of lead, we are acting rightly
    • remedy is given for this illness, to which, as I have said,
    • medicine gives little heed although it is very unpleasant for
    • we were to give only silicic acid, we should, it is
    • growth and give rise to the process of nutrition do not bring
    • the gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • forces of nutrition. But if we give gentian roots that have
    • again and again, what Anthroposophy has to give in respect of
    • what is given by the recognised medicine of to-day.
    • gives quite different teaching in regard to cosmology to that
    • given by materialistic science. You will find it stated that
    • metabolic-limb system, this gives rise to swellings. On the
    • The excessively active centrifugal forces which give
    • so I could give you many details to show that the insight into
    • processes that give rise to thinking, to feeling and to
    • This, then, is what Anthroposophy can give to the doctor and to
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    • SOCIETY here has invited me to give a
    • I should also give one or two Public Lectures dealing with
    • those who wish earnestly to work out what has been given as
    • use our thinking in such a way that we give ourselves over
    • that we must simply give ourselves over altogether to our
    • totality — and to give oneself up entirely to this
    • he will be able to give himself up to it in such a way that the
    • life, to give knowledge in a form which can help wherever help
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    • will be to explain in detail what was only given in general
    • physical development, and by so doing gives foothold for the
    • first is to give the patient a remedy by mouth. But in that
    • of silicic acid. If we were to give silicic acid alone it
    • what can be given from the spiritual-scientific standpoint, not
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    • constrained to develop something which gives an inclination
    • and we give a proper dose of lead, we are acting rightly
    • given for this illness, to which, as I have said, medicine
    • gives little heed although it is very unpleasant for the
    • lectures, namely, silicic acid. If, however, we were to give
    • growth and give rise to the process of nutrition do not bring
    • gentian should be boiled and given in order to regulate the
    • forces of nutrition. But if we give gentian roots that have
    • again, what Anthroposophy has to give in respect of an art of
    • given by the recognised Medicine of to-day. Anthroposophical
    • anthroposophical literature, you will find that it gives quite
    • different teaching in regard to cosmology from that given by
    • this gives rise to swellings. On the other hand, if the
    • forces which give rise to hay-fever are combated by strong
    • give you many details to show that the insight into the nature
    • out the very same processes that give rise to thinking, to
    • what Anthroposophy can give to the doctor and to the art of
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    • An abridged report of two lectures given in London, August 28th and
    • present time (according to the descriptions given in my
    • direction; it must give way. Herein lies the secret of humanity —
    • physical substance is given, or a particular solution is prepared as a
    • bath, or if an injection is given, at the same time something of a
    • Quite briefly, I will give two examples that illustrate what I have
    • mistletoe, growing on the tree, uses what the tree gives it; the tree
    • tree only gives up when it has too little physical substance, so that
    • Ego-organisation of man; it really strengthens it. So, if one gives
    • the evolution of the spirit of humanity which has given birth to the
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    • An abridged report of two lectures given in London, August 28th and
    • present time (according to the descriptions given in my
    • direction; it must give way. Herein lies the secret of humanity —
    • physical substance is given, or a particular solution is prepared as a
    • bath, or if an injection is given, at the same time something of a
    • Quite briefly, I will give two examples that illustrate what I have
    • mistletoe, growing on the tree, uses what the tree gives it; the tree
    • tree only gives up when it has too little physical substance, so that
    • Ego-organisation of man; it really strengthens it. So, if one gives
    • the evolution of the spirit of humanity which has given birth to the
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    • Address given by Dr. Rudolf Steiner at a meeting
    • impulses to give mankind a direction and an aim. All these
    • middle-class forms of society have given rise to the modern
    • the old system of capital and wages, must give place to
    • which we are entering, to give Services their right
    • this means, that we must give our minds in deepest earnest to
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • been able to see from the one lecture given here on the more
    • what Spiritual Science intends to give us: the opportunity to
    • give the world nothing; they only take from it. By contrast,
    • these beings only give; they take nothing from the earth. To
    • speak to the Hebrews in a comprehensible manner and to give
    • one with Shem's etheric body to be able to give a
    • could give Abraham the impulse that you find so beautifully
    • borne at a later time by Melchizedek, who was to give the
    • for this reason that far too little attention is given to
    • to which the greatest importance was given.
    • physical sensory system was able to give to the ordinary
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • ideas that give testimony to the deeply scientific nature of
    • given in times when nothing was recorded, far exceed in
    • theory, not the sum total of concepts given merely for the
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • prehistorical epochs there are two sources that can give
    • To give you
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • individual who wanted to advance further was given elementary
    • able to give us such vivid descriptions, similar to those of
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • celebration. We must not give in to the temptation of wanting
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • illumined our souls yesterday since it has already given us a
    • he, Kashyapa — the last one to do so — had given
    • ennoblement; and the Christ-Power gives them the strength to
    • exemplary types originate for the paintings that give us joy
    • given fact so that they can receive the Christ-Ego at the
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • is given to it cannot transcend itself because it merely
    • itself; it has to grow beyond its given form. It must raise
    • of what was given to Moses and Paul in the
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • content of the human soul: that which gives life its meaning.
    • everyday life. The moment we devotedly give ourselves to the
    • scientific thinking gives us the strength to tie ourselves
    • give us courage and strength so that we say to
    • Osiris was unable to give to the human soul is told in an
    • seen in the sun and had been given the name Ahura Mazdao had
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    • of history. Steiner gives numerous examples of this process, but he
    • A Lecture Given at the International Congress of
    • give you a scientific lecture about the subject matter. I
    • names and in order to gain some idea of what they could give
    • given a different name. They were not just churches and not
    • Oracles.” This is the name given to them by the
    • were thus given the opportunity to learn more about this
    • words as I say them and to the meaning that I give to them
    • disciple, to whom Zarathustra had given wisdom through the
    • Why? Because no external name can be given to
    • bodies, was also able to give up his external sheath to Him
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    • These lectures were given shortly after Steiner returned from a trip to
    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • thoughts which can give no inkling of reality, but only pictures of
    • modern thinking can give man no satisfaction for his inner yearnings.
    • self is lost. And I can give you two examples which will enable you
    • anthroposophical friends to give a course of lectures at Penmaenmawr
    • genuinely spiritual-scientific accounts which are given you in our
    • thoughts, which can give us no inkling of what reality is, but only
    • reflected sun-forces in everything that gives the plant its
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    • These lectures were given shortly after Steiner returned from a trip to
    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • order to give this consolation? If the general waking consciousness
    • shall have to give in an unimaginative form, since we are not nowadays
    • This was the consolation which the priests of the Mysteries could give
    • older teachers not to give way to this feeling; when he began to feel
    • being than could be given by Moon-Initiation. This may also recur
    • appear. And thus he was able to give his own descriptions of them
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    • These lectures were given shortly after Steiner returned from a trip to
    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • were able to give information about what lay behind it. Particularly
    • is at work in them. It is external events which give the occasion for
    • he did not know what to make of it all. A friend advised him to give
  • Title: Lecture IV: The Sun-Initiation of the Druid Priest and His Moon-Science
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    • These lectures were given shortly after Steiner returned from a trip to
    • of this trip he could give a lively description of the clairvoyant
    • given us by anthroposophical Spiritual Science, we can in a certain
    • lived in what was given as a resulting influence of the Sun. And the
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    • beautiful journey across the great mountains, which give us so
    • difficult to do so because spiritual truths really can be better given
    • do not give a single thought to the spiritual worlds before going to
    • that the dead live in the spiritual world does not necessarily give
    • that they can be seen by him and thus give him the knowledge that can
    • we are able to give them, I must say that they cannot do so; for
    • descriptions of the spiritual world which one would so gladly give.
    • particular experiences of a given soul: just as in the physical world
    • The accounts we generally give in our descriptions of the spiritual
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    • again being given out by Spiritual Science should appear to him
    • these things are so described in that book? The descriptions given
    • self-denial deliberately to give it up for seven whole years. You see,
    • then, that part of what is now being given out might be acquired with
    • renounce the particular parents who, in other respects, could give him
    • which can see into the spiritual worlds and give descriptions of
    • These are a few aphoristic indications which I wished to give you as
    • such as are given in Occult Science can be easily developed by
    • In these two lectures I wished to give you an idea, a description of
    • what I have already given out. It seemed to me that this would be more
    • space has given a stimulus to a union which depends on neither space
    • nor time. With these words I give you greeting and take my leave of
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    • The teachings given in the Mysteries made a profound impression upon
    • Earth-soul that is given over to the cosmic All. It is St. John's Day
    • the Earth soul, given over to the cosmic expanses. They felt
    • September: “What the cosmos has given us and what has united
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    • so united Himself with mankind that He could still give revelations to
    • anthroposophical spiritual science gives to us. What is essential here
    • heavenly worlds and becomes man, in the way He is given to men, but we
    • the loosening Luciferic powers, who again give wings to thought, so
    • counterweight was given against something which had to come; namely,
    • faith man can still look upon what the Easter festival gives him: Upon
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    • surrendered, given over to the outer spiritual-physical world. Their
    • and then goes through the Resurrection, that soul impulse was given
    • — this can give man that impulse which strengthens his will, that
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    • described, they would have given an answer highly paradoxical to
    • been given to us by tradition, for those who went before us have also
    • give answer to the question of men.
    • to discover a meaning in what was given in signs. Let us say that the
    • Earth to give answer to the questioning of man by way of plastic
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    • teachers, they were given certain mottoes of which we find adaptations
    • courageous human soul, there will ray out what will give the other
    • This is what will gradually give to the festival thought the character
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • give rise to the anxiety and fear which often accompany a nightmare —
    • anything becomes a problem in the soul or gives rise to doubt
    • body. An over-exuberant, too widely extended ether-body gives rise to
    • human being and the Luciferic powers in the Cosmos, gives expression
    • to permeate and give shape to the normal physical form of a human
  • Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • them in this limited way, he imagines the earth itself has given rise
    • compel us to give ourselves up to the superstition that the life of
    • experience in feeling to which the painting gives rise. Painting too
    • evolution that has now to be taken, the step forgive the trivial
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    • and we have also given indications in
    • In order to give focus to our study of this question, let us now turn
    • does the physical body give us any indication of what is in man's
    • various philosophies you will find that one gives pre-eminence to the
    • in the guise of a shepherd, and gives us the advice: “Go to a certain
    • strongly awake, we are too intensely given up to the external world;
    • away from himself. Kant has given great and grand expression to this
    • were to give himself up entirely to this, he would lose the ground
    • himself at the same time something that shall give him weight, so that
    • realm of duty and gives him, so to say, a justified existence in the
    • the old give place to the new. This is the revolutionary current in
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • which gives them clearly-defined contours, etc. If, when you
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • Homeric epic we are given something musical. Both, however, from
    • declamation gives expression in poetry, and takes hold of the human
    • today will I permit myself to give certain intimations of the
    • “Erlkönigstochter”, which gives opportunity for a
    • Ye Sylphs and Sylphids, to your chief give
    • been discovered, and much thought given to methods of treating the
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • through its intensive force, the two-dimensional plane still gives
    • who, working in this way out of a folk-disposition, give poetic
    • they give outward expression in the external representations. Thus,
    • demonstration. Frau Dr. Steiner will give a reading from
    • soul-element which gives it artistic expression. We can then, for
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • give too little consideration to exactly what is presented by the
    • which he can give expression to what reaches him from the poet only
    • Imagination manifested when the soul gives it an artistic
    • contained in what is given to us by him. Recitation, as well as
    • what has been given a definite form. The lyrical, as I said,
    • Give me some Musick; look that it
    • is something of a triumph which man can give to his language. What
  • Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture VI: Speech-Formation and Poetic Form
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • struggle with the language to give it an artistic form, to make it
    • give form to such a language, he is called upon to repeat at a
    • poet needs to give form to outward things or events, he will be
    • allegorically: it was simply there. We have attempted to give form
    • worlds; we have tried simply to give form to soul-forces, to what
    • twofold. Such an experience presents itself, and we wish to give it
    • vowel-element. This gives what one might call musical substance to
    • show itself and be given form. In our times we often see so-called
    • gives it utterance in these lines:
    • when given poetic form, became something like inner declamation.
    • where it is preeminently the vowels that hold sway and that give
    • We will now give an example, from Goethe’s
    • Here the will lives and gives itself form. We must imagine the
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • today to give theoretical explanations, but to make known what
    • and circulation is expressed something which is first given, in its
    • it. We must pierce through the given prose-content of a poem into
    • him when he tries to give it shape by casting it in antique forms.
    • idealized. This is what gives Hamerling’s lyricism its
    • One is in a unique position when trying to give
    • and give
    • and give
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • the poet’s art, must give special attention to what I have
    • To thee the Earth was given for thy
    • comes from the section “It Must Give Pleasure,” part
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • given form. It is not thought – even in the most intellectual
    • or weakness of emphasis given to the syllables, with a high or low
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    • given in various cities from 1912 to 1923. It was published in German as,
    • endeavour to give
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    • soul-life gives evidence of many things which are not part of our
    • belongs? We must then reply: Man gives the name of Spirit to all that
    • been given, because it was felt to express the relation of the third
    • account of it given here.
    • has given rise to all kinds of debate, but if people would only come
    • that the writers of the Gospels wished to give the impression that
    • Spirit and the Jesuit way of the Spirit, which gives a one-sided
    • pictures which the Gospels give of the compassionate life of Jesus.
    • tempter who wished to give Him ‘all the kingdoms of the world
    • gathered up into a single resolution of the Will, can certainly give
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    • I tried to give you a picture of a form of Initiation which ought not
    • given previously in various forms, we know that the Rosicrucian
    • any justified reason, our anthroposophical movement has been given a
    • been given — consciously or unconsciously — an entirely
    • idea of repeated earth-lives in Buddhism, and even given the same
    • There is no doubt that human evolution gives evidence of progress in
    • further, it was given the second elementary book, the New Testament.
    • The characteristic of both is that everyone who gives advice and
    • directions which are given for the training of the moral feelings, as
    • concentrated thinking, according to the instructions given nowadays —
    • and given also by the Rosicrucians — the efforts in meditation,
    • Initiation he who gives advice is under the strictest obligation not
    • its start from subject-matter that is first given to the aspirant for
    • we can learn from intuitions given to us by modern occult teaching.
    • body, and to a new kind of knowledge. We give birth as it were, to a
    • gives rise to something like resentment, bitterness, against the
    • spiritual movement the pupil had the Gospels given to him first, and
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    • picture has to be given of the world a man enters on passing through
    • third way, over against the two already given. Such a third way was
    • will mention only two who have given eminent testimony to the fact
    • weak, but a humility that gives healing strength which transcends
    • longing for immortality, he continues, is to give the lie to
    • do they give when they wish to teach the connection of the human soul
    • of, can give the answer. Anything that works merely in the soul
    • leaves the soul alone, for the soul cannot of itself give birth to
    • He it is who gives not an intellectual answer but a real answer.
    • be given at the end of the period now closing, before the doors open
    • light of these facts, a name can be given to the consciousness which
    • give the lie to our existence. As the crystal form emerges in a
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • give up the false idea that man has always been as he is today. For —
    • infusion of a very small quantity of a given substance. If you put a
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. A powerlessness to give real
    • explanations of the Gospels given here, you will have noticed that
    • record, we are taken back to the spiritual writing as it is given out
    • When, however, these words are given as they stand in the Akashic
    • mayest give as answer’, which means, when we understand it
    • rightly, ‘To thy question I should have to give an answer that
    • no one may ever give with reference to himself: it can be given only
    • customary Hebrew of that time. Jerome's Bishop had given him
    • the Matthew Gospel lies before us today in the dress given to it by a
    • imparted the knowledge would be given completely into the power of
    • enter our hearts and souls, and this must give rise to a new power
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    • extract. The rest of the etheric body is given over into the general
    • description given by spiritual knowledge of the development of man
    • given over to the elements of the Earth. We are told about the
    • one could give oneself up to the thought: ‘When that which
    • gives to man this beautiful form on the physical plane is taken away
    • what has been given us of bones, skin and sense-organs is to have an
    • and tomorrow we will approach it by asking: How is the impulse given
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    • starting-point. And it means that anyone who is willing to give up
    • the Resurrection must give up Christianity as Paul understood it.
    • Here we have (x, x ...) a number of people at a given time. Paul would
    • and by whom they are given the corruptible body. According to Paul's
    • the physical body is not lost, but is given back to humanity through
    • highly was given back to them with the Resurrection by Paul the Jew,
    • is given over to the cosmic astrality.
    • we see given over after death to the grave or the fire. The Phantom
    • Earth, which are given off again at death, only because Lucifer
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    • will now give a resume as far as we need one.
    • not given us in its completeness. We do certainly speak of the nature
    • given over to destruction, he felt a sadness in face of the
    • teaching to be given, it was necessary that the decadence of the
    • this it was that rose out of the grave. So was given the possibility
    • from him through the Luciferic influence can be given back to him
    • which gives rise to the physical body. So, in the evolution which
    • the defective Phantom, given over to deterioration. No one had ever
    • give rise to a complete humanity in the course of human evolution, so
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    • points are given in my recently published book,
    • up of the human Ego. But when in due time man was given over to his
    • given into the care of the Holy Mysteries through Atlantean and
    • therefore, a special indication is given that the Jesus-child, not
    • from the Luciferic and Ahrimanic powers, the possibility was given
    • form man has given them, until after some time they crumble away, so
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    • lectures given so far have led essentially to two questions. One
    • only in myself. It has a quite different significance if I give him a
    • what he has given out from himself, is not connected merely with
    • Luciferic forces have given to man, is something that man cannot deal
    • alone gives real content to our theosophical outlook. All this,
    • Change your thinking, and accept the Divine Being who is to give anew
    • other way than by something being given to man which is at one and
    • have not understood the answers which Christianity itself has given,
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    • Mineral, but you give me the possibility of existence. In the order
    • we go through ought to strengthen us and give us power, and ought to
    • designed to give back to man his real physical force-body, the
    • the whole world. It must enable us to give all possible help to the
    • will arise during the coming epoch. These capabilities will give a
    • given to him as teaching about reincarnation into a path of
    • given to humanity in each epoch. We see from history that new
    • through the perceptions given to us by Spiritual Science, which tell
    • Christ-Impulse which will give life to the whole retrospective view,
    • During the next 3,000 years the opportunity will be given to men of
    • approaching times. And the teachings given on earth will increasingly
    • lectures once given in Berne, some of you will know that this Jeschu
    • confirms that no one during his childhood and youth gives so little
    • evolution of humanity. But if the upward impulse had not been given,
    • gives up striving, he it is whom we can redeem’ — so
    • never gives up.
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • course of lectures, especially those given last winter. Spiritual
    • Mephistophelean Spirits — to give the precise names — are those
    • which give man his human countenance, making him into an image of the
    • possibility of surmounting error had not been given, man must
    • pedantic notions of time. Earthly notions of time give rise to the
    • ultimately to good account, in other words to give karma its true
    • it is not for us to give the answer; that obligation does not rest
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • time in the teachings given to his followers and pupils by
    • asserted itself everywhere and all the teachings given to the peoples
    • opponents of Ahriman were given primarily in order to draw these
    • catastrophes can be foreseen, why should it not be possible to give
    • in a particular case an indication of time can be given. It would
    • certainly be possible for the occultist to give such an indication.
    • such indications to be given? — For one who confronts the occult
    • to be given to mankind. Until that time comes there is no such
    • I am well aware that these questions have been given a turn not always
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - I
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    • is made to the four Beasts, the account given by one Initiate will not
    • differ from that given by another. Two Initiates will not give
    • different accounts of the same thing. In order to give you a picture,
    • religious conceptions, and gives no true picture. Sharp distinction
    • give a picture of these phenomena. On the one side there are those who
    • 2:7 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God. \
    • churches, to him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - II
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    • teachings were given, but the revelations of spiritual vision at its
    • given a different form, adapted to the understanding of the people.
    • given by the old founders of religions, Lao-tze, Confucius, Moses,
    • Buddha, were given for this purpose. But the WORD Itself came down in
  • Title: Lecture: (On) Apocalyptic Writings - III
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    • presented only within the Mysteries. The picture given is correct in
    • beginning of a race gives the great impulse, the direction in which
    • Fifth Root Race began its development, the great impulse was given by
    • we find the superhuman Manu, by whom the great impulse was given. But
    • for if there had been a law given which could have given life, verily
    • Book that was given to them sealed, will be unsealed.
    • horse sits a divine figure with a bow. The figure gives a sign and the
    • he that sat on him had a bow, and a crown was given unto him, and he
    • this springs the consciousness that the greatest treasures given to
    • Documents of wisdom are