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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • audible that he had never heard before. The world will radiate in a
    • hears come to him from the spirit realm. It is characteristic of the
    • spirit world that one “hears” it.
    • one's own initiative by hearing or reading special rules in
    • somebody else, if a person also cannot keep what he has seen and heard
    • must hear the other out first, and this listening is an
    • Before the ear can hear, it must have lost its sensitiveness.
    • of the heart."
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • such circles as have heard something of the spirit in this
    • the heart, it must be able to take up a position with regard to those
    • element that which spoke to the heart and soul, that which spoke to
    • another inclination, one of the heart, a longing of the soul had to
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • offer a more mundane subject than many we have heard here. It will
    • its feet. On the other hand, the opposite can perhaps also be heard
    • widely discussed from other angles, it might be interesting to hear
    • made. We have often heard that the physical body is sustained by
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • people. Do we not often hear it said: “Oh, ideas and thoughts
    • the very heart's blood of Divine Spiritual life to stream through our
    • from the heart towards the head. Within the head these rays play
    • of the heart there is a continual transformation of the blood into
    • the heart. Now these streams, which in sleeping man come from outside,
    • calm glow of light often extends as far as the heart. Two streams can
    • toward the heart; and if, on the other hand, we grasp the significance
    • Just as in the region of the human heart the blood is continually
    • the heart of man. In the course of Earth evolution this blood passes
    • blood streams upwards from the heart as ether, so since the Mystery of
    • together with the streamings from below upward, from heart to head.
    • streaming upwards from the heart to the brain, so that not only those
    • fire the streams flowing from heart to brain that this knowledge can
    • silent in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not knowing which way
    • will confer with them, will make His voice heard in such gatherings.
    • arising in their own hearts. The experience may also seem like
    • physical hearing.
    • principle thereof, he would be hearing the Harmony of the Spheres.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • Anthroposophists often hear objections to spiritual science from
    • his time and energy really thinking through what he has heard from his
    • worse than to feel remote in your heart from the things you have to do
    • face in my own heart the necessity of making a “yes” or
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • hearts throughout the ages whenever one of the old plays, such as the one
    • our world conception. Indeed, every heart and soul will be filled with joy
    • possess," is what they hear. The physical body is represented by the
    • Hope, impulse of the heart,
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • recent Group meetings have already heard much concerning this Mystery:
    • reverence and loving and true heartfelt devotion for what occurred
    • Golgotha, can pour forth spiritual forces into the souls and hearts of
    • Mystery into the hearts and souls of men.
    • deeper understanding of the heart is not yet ready. One thing is clear
    • even the organs lower down such as the heart in so far as they are
    • When we take into our hearts the meaning of such words as these, we
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • disease. Then man begins to suffer from the self-seeking of heart, lungs,
    • has a heart or stomach, knows it by direct experience, because he has a
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • sort of thing one hears: “This conflicts with monism, which must be
    • of the outer world; the eye should see as little, the ear hear as
    • wants to contribute to a deeper, more heartfelt understanding of
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • suffered a heart attack and as a result, was already dead when he fell
    • With such feelings in our hearts we forever want to imbue ourselves
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • in our hearts for the sixth epoch of culture and that it is our task
    • heard, elements that in reality have in them the right kernel, namely,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • a kind of spiritual hearing and spiritual sight to this alternation between
    • receiving the gift of hearing, with sounds pouring in volume from vibrating
    • strings, sounds which we could not hear previously on account of our
    • made with musical hearing, shows Spiritual Science to be merely a subjective
    • Stadler, who heard this Seventh Symphony at that time, commented as follows:
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • the faculty to perceive men pictorially. You have already heard the
    • will hear through speech into the soul of man. Needless to say, we
    • shall have an altogether different social life when men can hear
    • able to hearken to the things another man is saying and to hear,
    • through his speech, his soul. Then, when the soul is heard through
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • example, heard about the super-sensible experience called “The Meeting
    • experience of the power of sickness and death. You will therefore hear
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • passes over from the breath into the movement of the heart and the
    • that transpires while you see, hear, smell, taste, is light in the
    • your feeling, from your hearing, the earth shines out into the cosmos.
    • human being: breathing, heart movement, blood pulsation. This activity
    • heard by the appropriate organs of hearing. And the process of
    • from the earth. You cannot perceive, hear, see, smell or feel without
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • air is essentially an etheric reality. And the tone we hear by
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • waking consciousness, there is dream-consciousness, and we heard
    • the heart. The overheated stove symbolized irregular beating of the
    • heart, the snakes symbolized the intestines, and so forth. Dreams
    • As we have heard, in man's constitution warmth is an organism; the
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • with the heart. This means of union is the life of feeling, which is
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and hearts of the
    • Ask yourselves whether the feelings in your hearts and souls when you stand
    • peace, only because first of all it brings an inner peace into the hearts
    • souls, as something which unites our hearts in love and harmony? If we do
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
    • within your hearts, so that it may become a power that can help humanity
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • the poor shepherds out in the fields, who in the piety of their hearts
    • To-day we often hear reference made to the mysterious matters
    • out of the dripping clouds; in the human heart when the will is roused
    • We should inscribe this into our hearts to-day when we think of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • To Nature's heart
    • Goethe, who used constantly to hear these words on the lips of those
    • the heart of Nature, shall carry the soul into her innermost being.
    • ‘To Nature's heart
    • We enter into her heart.
    • For sixty years I have heard that cry;
    • Look in your own heart, man, and tell
    • standing within the innermost heart of Nature.
    • of knowledge which is able to plunge into the very heart of external
    • Nature. You have frequently heard me speak of the successive stages of
    • To Nature's heart
    • Look in your own heart, man, and tell
    • One who carries deeply enough in his heart the development of
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • mouth that speaks of it and sinful the ear that hears of it.
    • If our hearts are in the right place, knowledge of the course of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • normally lies beneath the threshold of consciousness, we will hear
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • This edition of The Human Heart, is a reprint of a
    • The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart.
    • central etheric structure, at the time of puberty, the physical heart,
    • it, is the physical heart.
    • You must not suppose that until then man has no etheric heart. Certain
    • acquires the etheric heart that will now be his. For the gathered
    • heart of man. The etheric heart he has before this time is one that he
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • heart, so to speak — is drawn together by the forces of the physical
    • body. He keeps this etheric heart during his childhood years, but then
    • heart slowly decays, and in its stead, as it were constantly replacing
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • puberty does the human being possess his own etheric heart — that is,
    • the etheric heart formed out of his own etheric body, and not supplied
    • endow him with this fresh etheric heart. It is, in the etheric sphere,
    • our own. So, likewise, the etheric heart we have until puberty is cast
    • own etheric heart.
    • himself an etheric heart, which is an image of the outer universe. In
    • organism; others again into the heart, and through the heart into the
    • astral inheritance, even as the etheric heart is, to begin with, an
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • organs. Gazing at the statue of the god, his whole heart cried out:
    • with enthusiasm for truth and truthfulness. And when his heart thrills
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • head, heart, wherever? What kind of processes are these? These are also
    • who has a heartfelt interest in the health of his fellow man.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • Penmaenmawr, it gives me heartfelt pleasure to be able now to give
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • transformation of the human heart.
    • the hearts and minds of men, what lives of him still in their reverence and
    • again in Novalis in poetry that stirs and enraptures the hearts of men. All
    • hearts drink deep, when it came again in Novalis.
    • heart and with tender love, and will endeavour to go forward from the
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • teaching; only those who had trained their hearts and minds
    • prepare their hearts and minds in an adequate way for the reception
    • might say, for instance, that special joy fills the heart of Ahriman
    • — if one can speak of a heart in Ahriman's case, but this is a
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • ACCOMPANYING NOTE: Friends who heard that there existed notes of a
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • who heard that notes existed of a lecture on Shakespeare given by
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • with the dead, we must adapt ourselves to hear from them what we
    • dead neither hear nor take in this kind of speech. There is no
    • the heart, of inner interest. You must remind yourself of your love
    • abstractly, but with real warmth of heart. This can so take root in
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • gentlemen. Today we will add to what we have heard on previous
    • also gets into the habit of hearing more clearly on the right side,
    • side and will also hear and see a bit better on that side. The person
    • S, W, so that one barely hears the vowels. What lies behind
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • is living in his seeing; he hears and at the same time something is
    • living inwardly in his hearing; instead of living only in the stomach
    • have just heard here, though with him it takes the form of
    • heartedly before the real truths. Take a work of art, the Sistine
    • what comes from beyond the Threshold and you will hear that
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • much more deeply. It can sometimes be heartbreaking how little the
    • hear, I then carry within me as a mental picture; what is out there as
    • your lungs and heart, instead of with the stomach. Man is healthy only
    • to ask the heart and lungs to think and eat, as it is to ask an
    • heart. Things in life do work together, but they work together in the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Over his heart she struck amain,
    • Over the heart she struck him amain,He felt therefrom a grievous
    • the heart.
    • caught in the toils of present day education when they hear it said:
    • are infuriated when they hear that some kind of anthroposophical
    • as a cosmic event. When they hear this, they treat it as a terrible
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • bloodstream which passed upwards from the heart in the direction of
    • the organism — that part which lies below the heart.
    • above the heart — speaking very roughly, for it would be
    • region of the heart. From there these Mercury forces stream into the
    • forces, however, work in different ways in his being as we have heard.
    • transmitted by heredity and so build up a heart, a liver and the other
    • organs. There would be no heart in the human organism if the Sun did
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • the task of physically hearing the sounds and notes within the
    • fluid, which is necessary for the act of hearing. What the
    • with these ears you hear how you behaved morally down in this earthly
    • Words you hear.
    • faculty of sense-perception. Our seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting
    • With the ear we learn to hear; with the larynx and other organs that
    • You hear some word, for instance Baum or Tree. You yourself can
    • a second ear, over against your hearing. And there is yet a third,
    • which is only insufficiently perceived. When you hear the word Tree,
    • and thus you understand the word. Otherwise you would only hear it and
    • But I think your heart will still be left cold. Let outer physical
    • science describe the ear to you; your heart is left cold, it is not
    • of the Heavenly spheres. And yet the heart, the life of feeling is
    • a science, the heart is immediately taken hold of by it. Thus,
    • anthroposophical science goes to the heart of man. It is not a science
    • of the head, it is a science that goes straight to the heart. It fills
    • the circulation, the heart.
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • they are so gripped by what they hear that their attention will really
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • are actually available. You have heard of Hatha-Yoga, Rajah-Yoga, and other
    • effects. And this brings us to the heart of the matter. The fact that some
    • alternate between these two processes. When you see, hear, smell or taste,
    • not his personal “ I ” as the criterion. The real heart of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • eyes are used to perceive light and colour, the ears to hear
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • music, which comes from the region of the organs of hearing; the
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • to-day we hear it said in academic circles: ‘To such and such a point
    • which its melodies and tones can be heard. We are surrounded by worlds
    • into his heart.”
    • with their eyes, they also heard with their ears. Wisdom was presented
    • such a way that men's hearts and souls were attuned to piety and
    • in the depths of the heart but do not pass over into deed. And then he
    • human heart which acts as a mediator, something that cannot pass over
    • realise step by step. Many people will say: This is unheard of! None
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • breast-system (breathing-process and heart) and the forty-two earthly
    • every phenomenon of Nature. Julian the Apostate had heard from pupils
    • Julian the Apostate heard of these things. But on the other side there
    • heart. Truth and truth alone was his quest. And the great obstacle in
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • heart of one who is able to look into these mysteries, is the fact
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • not hear even such peculiar observations that it is not possible to
    • they have been read or heard somewhere. All these things show that
    • united in their heart with the true life-essence of the
    • Lead their heart and mind into the Spirit-realm.
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • heard how the creations of art and of culture help us to understand
    • were working through the hands, the heads and the hearts of men.
    • must open our minds and hearts to thoughts which shed light upon the
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • the hearts and souls of men were led to the God who dwelt in deep
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • hear much of this Temple of Solomon. But a question that leads
    • heard this morning when the lecturer so graphically said that the
    • to come to our eyes and our hearts to penetrate through the walls, so
    • Anthroposophists one of those things which the heart feels to be a
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • they should be able to understand the physical heart, the physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Mysteries was he who evolved in his heart and soul the forces whereby
    • by the human heart. Around us is the world of Nature, but where is
    • arose in their hearts the question of which I spoke above: “How
    • into your hearts and souls, I give you power to go forward through
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • symbol. The man of olden time entered with heart and soul into the
    • similar to the feeling he had when he heard the word which in those
    • Now they hearken to the Inspirations of the First
    • passage through Death. You have often heard me speak of this.
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
    • A short while ago, we heard a great deal about a resolve some people
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • centuries — and the hearts of many men in those times were
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • times. We have all heard of the primeval atavistic clairvoyance. For
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • Greeks in some way or other heard of these Egyptian stories of
    • Greek heard the name Osiris, he could picture something from it, he
    • was Osiris. So just think: the Greeks hear that the Egyptians have an
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • lately in our minds, I might say: You have heard in the
    • were to hear ‘that comes from sexual impulses!’ One
    • mankind must learn to know today, and which they do not want to hear,
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • heart, of the Egyptian. We have done so in a few characteristic
    • land of scientific profundity had once heard of this remarkable
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • in man, to forces which lie between the regions of the heart and the
    • instance, one can very well hear: the fundamental principle of modern
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • Revolution is really altogether sincere in his inmost heart. One
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • that sounds strange at first hearing but which corresponds to a deep
    • heart-knowledge — I now call the other man not the head-man, I
    • call him the heart-man — to transform head-knowledge into
    • heart-knowledge, knowledge in which the whole man shares, not only
    • transform head-knowledge into heart-knowledge than to assimilate the
    • to change head-knowledge into heart-knowledge as one lives longer
    • heart-knowledge.
    • and slowly as heart-man. And if the dead wish to express what really
    • slower course of the heart-knowledge, they say there wisdom-knowledge
    • is transformed through what ascends from man as heart-warmth or love.
    • been transformed into heart-knowledge because people — I
    • their heart grows cold; the heart warmth does not stream up to the
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. And that is precisely the task
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. A real miracle will happen if
    • head-knowledge is transformed into heart-knowledge! One is completely
    • heart-knowledge, if it were absorbed by the whole man, if
    • work in the soul, so that heart-contents may arise from
    • into heart-knowledge. What must that be? We have in fact today no
    • become heart-knowledge. For that we lack two conditions, and only
    • sends its forces to the head. It is the heart portion that exchanges
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  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • head-life and heart-life enter into correspondence with one another,
    • changing head-life into heart-life. We have hardly any real
    • heart-life. What people generally speak of is the life of instincts
    • heart. This can of course happen in the case of single individuals,
    • not have mere head-life but heart-life as well. But you see, to
    • acquire heart-life needs more patience. In spite of the fact that it
    • is more fruitful, more youth-giving to life, yet for heart-life more
    • of the heart. For the head-life quickly unites with us, the
    • heart-life goes more slowly, it is less active — so that we
    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • and from a bleeding heart.’
    • heart, for he had a small heart in the head that has become shriveled
    • own volition connect them with the heart forces. This is shown very
    • the lack of correspondence between head-man and heart-man is today
    • without the will to let things ripen through the heart-experience.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • character. For in a certain way, what one hears from Rabindranath
    • disheartened by the fact that our opponents are going to become
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • proceeds from the human mouth on the waves of the words and is heard
    • attitude and temper of mind and heart. A man who is not thus affected
    • When a man lacks wide-hearted love for his fellowmen, lacks interest
    • and understanding that belong to the heart.) becomes free only
    • thoughts alone, but into your heart and soul. The more Anthroposophy
    • becomes the heart-substance of those who desire to understand it
    • head to the heart, for in your hearts Anthroposophy will be secure.
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • heard the word inwardly as ‘soundless’ tone. Just
    • when we listen to words, we are hearing merely what the head of
    • that which actually lives in the heart and mind of another. As we
    • the moulding of his words, then we are hearing an expression of his
    • word, unheard and simply experienced inwardly — we experience
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • To begin with, I want to express my heart-felt thanks for the cordial
    • human heart can conjecture about what lies on yonder side of the
    • places of the heart.
    • from the depths of the human heart. In both directions he comes up
    • As we have heard, Imaginative Knowledge reveals the ether-body, the
    • feelings arising in the human heart, with the religious life that
    • whole-hearted devotion of men to the super-sensible worlds may be
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • have, for instance, heard Avenarius at Zurich, or Mach's pupil,
    • bleeding heart, the opponent who lived within the materialists of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • now — you, who are filled with a heartfelt enthusiasm for
    • human hearts and human souls who look up to these forces so that they
    • Their mind and heart into the spirit-realm.
  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • conceit it would be quite pathetic to hear such people talk about
    • taste is only one of the many senses. The processes of hearing and of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • “Scheren”, or shearing, that is announced in every
    • penetrates into the innermost depths of our heart, awakening our
    • implant into your souls, what I wish to implant into your hearts, my
    • first of all as a concern of the heart, in the way in which it should
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • much may be heard about the super-sensible world, it remains so much
    • at heart can neither think nor say anything that is true in the sense
    • from what can be heard elsewhere in the world to-day is intended to
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • their hearts — perhaps more intensely than others — what
    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • mind and heart, do not immediately find their way to the
    • humanity should lay hold of men’s hearts and minds as
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • by forming communities in which heart and soul and spirit work
    • hearts of men directly, so that men may be strengthened by these
    • happen on any account; it would strike at the very heart of the
    • unpleasant to hear explanations such as these — which are
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • and the heart.” This interior, however, that can thus
    • in a living and hearty manner, becomes dulled and loses its vitality.
    • wonderful constitution of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart
    • grows tired, yet this weariness means that a knowledge of the heart's
    • structure becomes inwoven with us, a knowledge of how the heart is
    • Their heart and mind into the Spirit-realm.
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • will take hold of human hearts, when the ideas of “Kalevala”
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • is fused into one indivisible whole in the heart and soul of an
    • those specific hearts. But such a coming together of human beings
    • anthroposophical life need instead is loving hearts and eyes opened
    • Otherwise, the right heart and feeling are missing in one's relation
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • Think how dissatisfied the heart is with one's external life! One
    • also feel real heart's concern for the fate of anthroposophy. But
    • in our very hearts. That can happen only in a state of fullest
    • light with all its heart, with its innermost heart's warmth.
    • Anybody with a heart and a healthy mind can take in anthroposophy,
    • and they don't want to hear a word about developing. But neither
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • of an ethical-moral nature. A warm-hearted disposition that does not
    • at heart and is therefore intent on working for it — and also,
    • indirectly, has his own good at heart — if he is in a position
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    • immaterial whether you hear the one on one Monday and the next the
    • symptoms can result, affecting the stomach, head or heart. However,
    • superstition to believe that when someone has a stomach or heart
    • is incapable of functioning. Thus the heart can be affected simply
    • area where it ought to support the movement of the heart. It is quite
    • unnecessary to maltreat the heart or, as the case may be, the
    • may perhaps hear various remarks to this effect. But it is not just a
    • is within our organism. We have heard often enough that man has
    • The heart could not have arisen if certain plants, minerals and
    • heart and his brain which can be described in a somewhat pictorial
    • way by saying that this mutual relationship of the heart and the
    • the heart being the sun and the brain the moon. So we have to know,
    • if a disturbance occurs in the heart for instance, that in so far as
    • heart is the sun, the brain the moon, the spleen saturn, the liver
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    • speaker. Everything you hear you also say with a gentle movement of
    • can withstand heart poisons and other harmful influences of the
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    • spirit. If you take this to heart you will see how necessary it is to
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    • science. To begin with you hear — and gradually understand —
    • astral body and ego. And then you hear that work is done by the ego,
    • some people actually get tired of hearing these basic facts over and
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    • nerve-strands develop only after birth. A child will hear and see a
    • under these headings. Suppose you hear that somewhere someone has
    • payment. The one will develop kindness of heart, the other's feelings
    • towards truth, fairness and kindness of heart?
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    • or have heard something about my Mystery Play,
    • already has in his heart and in his soul the sense of truth which has
    • objects by seeing their colours, hearing their sounds and so on, in
    • such circumstances, if we are not stony-hearted, the idea may occur
    • stream through the world and especially through the hearts and souls
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    • finds its way into the hearts of men it will in very truth bridge the
    • alive. Or on another occasion we may hear of an accident to a train
    • sold the ticket and then heard of the disaster. Would your experience
    • If we allow our hearts and minds to be influenced by
    • the sense of sight, the musician the sense of hearing, the apothecary
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    • earlier lectures we have heard that the imperishable part of the
    • forces are drawn from the world of the stars. We have also heard how
    • and hearing expand into space; from the centre where he is standing
    • based on occultism. You have always heard — and from a certain
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch and one incarnated today. We have heard that
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    • hearts of men who are of good will. We have heard that the song of
    • time of the birth of Jesus, and the song of Angels heard by the
    • complete dedication in heart and soul, not merely in mind and
    • between death and the new birth. We have heard how during that period
    • Cusa in the fifteenth century was dedicated in mind and heart to the
    • the whole heart and soul. We must grasp what it signifies to be aware
    • as a means of strengthening the heart and the forces of the soul. We
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    • sphere — as we heard in the lecture at Christmas. Consequently
    • we ourselves have heard in the past, although it could not then be
    • shall hear later.
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    • enlightened, one could often hear a way of speaking that is
    • occasionally also heard today, because stragglers from that epoch of
    • As I said, this way of speaking could be heard time and
    • lonely island and take care that he can hear no single word of
    • can always know whether the dead soul also hears us, it must be said
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    • through eyes, to hear through ears, although eyes and ears no longer
    • desire to wish with a heart as on Earth. Finally, the human being
    • brain or for wishes of his heart, but a hankering for his last
    • have heard in these lectures. namely, that at the dawn of the modern
    • into some particular creed are dissolved. We have heard that the soul
    • isolated. We have also heard that the soul can pass through the Sun
    • the beliefs held in the last life that it can wholeheartedly adopt a
    • And now we have heard of the other fact, namely that all external
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    • spread through Greece, through Italy. We hear tell of the most varied
    • hear its voice in Thomas of Celano's hymn:*
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    • the spiritual world and as it were heard the distress of the human
    • and a weak echo of it could be heard in the musical art cultivated by
    • breath and lungs with the larynx and the heart, and it was this that
    • breathing with the speech organ and the heart is the bodily
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    • things that the Greeks wished to hear. In the autumn he returned to
    • Let us hear the strange words Paul uses when he wishes to bring the
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    • soul through the clarity of the Ego. Yesterday we heard how the
    • shall hear.
    • significance — the mother died of a broken heart because of her
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • We hear then that Parsifal stayed a short while longer
    • And sighed from out his deepest heart,
    • Hear ye my sad confession:
    • right light, it yields for our hearts and minds something —
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    • those who had a heart and feeling for it. He was a man in the
    • overflow; she loves a happy face, endures unheard of toil, and is so
    • particular place, just as the human soul has its seat in the heart;
    • was intimated to men in former times. Even today we hear stories of
    • speak, someone we can leave unheard? No, for without him we should
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • we have heard that the Christ Impulse flows on as though through
    • in the depths of the soul, as we heard yesterday. At first, riding
    • is a man whose heart and soul were to receive in innocence,
    • in Kepler's sense. Thus we have heard him say:
    • human soul has its seat in the heart; and from this place, as though
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    • human heart, succeeds in relating himself to the Sun's light in such
    • gazes deeply into the hearts of human beings, for that is what
    • not, however, repel everything in the same way. In her heart,
    • of heart and temperament. But Mercury provides the forces for
    • expression in his qualities of heart and in his temperament. On the
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    • obvious, we nevertheless frequently hear objections raised against
    • thinks. You have often heard me say that our thinking activity does
    • At the present time it is disheartening to see how
    • spiritual life. As already stated, it is often disheartening to see
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    • if in his heart and mind he had a definite and living interest in the
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • shall speak presently.) Some interest of heart and feeling must be
    • your hearts, now that we have been able to be together once more
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    • achieved something; one was eager to hear what they had to say, and
    • upon man opening his heart and soul to what thus seeks entry, through
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    • frequently studied the stomach and the heart.’ This interior,
    • experience upon the physical plane in a living and hearty manner
    • of our organs, of our inner organs. Our heart grows tired, yet this
    • weariness means that a knowledge of the heart's structure becomes
    • interwoven with us, a knowledge of how the heart is built from out
    • Their hearts and minds into the spirit-realm.
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    • special case. Many of you have already heard about this. Perhaps I
    • a painter living in the very heart of the Middle Ages could paint
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    • Eriksen, that the words of hearty greeting which he has just spoken
    • are responded to by me in an equally deep and heartfelt manner.
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    • hearts would never be able to glow with enthusiasm for an ideal which
    • at colors and hears sounds, so does the Archangel look down upon the
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    • other ground than that of Spiritual Science; for whatever we may hear
    • and dissolutions, then he hears these Spirits of Motion, he perceives
    • Man, however, does not hear it. If to him the music of the spheres
    • when he could hear it. It sounds forth, however, both day and night,
    • and thus he can only hear it when he goes through a certain occult
    • hears his mill when it is not working.
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    • Imagine what is felt in the heart when two such men
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    • who, as we have heard, had in a certain respect risen to the rank of
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    • that which comes from the human South, from the heart, works towards
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    • If among my hearers there are some who wished to analyze yesterday's
    • heard from former presentations given on similar themes, that the
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    • or have heard other lectures
    • has heard something about Karma, of how everything in the world takes
    • So now I should like you to lay this to heart: that it
    • these lectures, then the things we have heard may also help us to
    • anthroposophical view of life which is so dear to our hearts and is
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    • Zimmermann, whose lectures I heard in my youth, called his chief work
    • who has our cause at heart. And thus, through easily comprehensible
    • deepened. If we say that God is revealed in our own hearts and souls,
    • “How fainthearted are those who think that in consequence of some
    • diminished.” To the spiritual investigator he seems faint-hearted
    • research. Such a one has no fear. He is not so faint-hearted as to say
    • heard anything about Christianity were to stand before the Sistine
    • heart spiritual science, and all that to which it stimulates.
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    • as his own possession. Therefore he must receive into his heart the
    • he could point to his own heart, and say: Now I understand the nature
    • of the human heart, for the Sun has revealed it to me! — And
    • that we think, first, of the human being as a whole, with heart,
    • come to understand the universe. We study the human heart, for
    • something about the nature of the Sun. Thus through the heart we
    • understood the nature of the human heart. In the modern age we learn
    • what the heart is, what the lung is ... and so, starting from man, we
    • Holy Night, Christ will be born in the heart of each one of you, and
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    • when in his heart he becomes fully aware of what lies before him; he
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • work. It was therefore with a sorrowing heart at having to give up
    • has to tell us himself out of the depth of a sorrowing heart about
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    • is Anthroposophy alone that can make the human heart and will
    • One hears it said so often: The literature of Spiritual
    • other sentence there, and so on. ... At first hearing this may seem
    • phase which lasted into the 14th or 15th century. Men still heard
    • credence is given to this to-day because the spoken word is heard as
    • or heard others speaking, something as yet undifferentiated in one
    • enquiring into this silencing of the undertones once heard in speech,
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    • religion. Their hearts were turned in aspiration to a great Spiritual
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • people’s liking. At the bottom of their hearts they are afraid
    • this way — perhaps without ever having heard of the theory of
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    • be stirred, deeply stirred on hearing that in the West there is a
    • be stirred to hear that in the West the great goals of humanity are
    • this! It is uncomfortable to hear that salvation can only be attained
    • and you should bear in mind the fact that modern people like to hear
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    • that a man whose name he also heard in his dream would fire at
    • Franceschi had heard in his dream and whom he did not know, was
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    • so to speak, as regards his perception of self. And yet we hear the
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    • springs from the heart of man.
    • much as take one step upon it without heart and soul being directly
    • but when a man has probed to the heart of spiritual knowledge, he
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • When men learn to be more open-hearted and to approach
    • who receive the truths with warmth of heart. And within the societies
    • understanding of life, his heart will be open to receive what the
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    • And so it was with heart-and-feeling. Appropriately to
    • the fourth post-Atlantean period heart-and-feeling developed. And
    • Heart-and-feeling in the one could still reach out more spiritually
    • and make immediate contact with heart-and-feeling in the other. Up to
    • feeling-and-heart connection was well adapted to that age, but a very
    • possessed of a ready-made heart-and-feeling with its spontaneous
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • consciously wrung out of the heart's blood. What comes spontaneously
    • after what springs from the human heart. Every single soul has
    • How often nowadays one hears: “I don't know what
    • lack of clear vision, in spite of an open compassionate heart. I will
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    • means the case. Just as we perceive red or blue and hear C sharp or G,
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    • was what Paul was continually emphasising to those of his hearers who
    • feel these things deeply in their hearts. We shall never find a way out
    • we should carry in our hearts and minds today. We still have with us the
    • hearts and souls and enter into our consciousness.
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    • Anthroposophia, therefore, I would thank you most heartily for the
    • prevailing which came from the innermost heart of our Movement and
    • heart of our anthroposophical striving. It pre-supposes many
    • economic efforts, which grew out of the heart of the Anthroposophical
    • statement seems absurd to those who have heard University lectures on
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    • influences. From the snout towards the heart, the Saturn, Jupiter and
    • Mars influences are at work; in the heart itself the Sun, and behind
    • the heart, towards the tail, the Venus, Mercury and Moon influences
    • find that the Sun-influence goes as far as the heart and stops short
    • just before the heart. For the head and the blood-forming process,
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are at work. Then, from the heart backward,
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    • manuring signifies in the economy of Nature. How often do we hear the
    • this truth, it is heart-rending to see the ideas of modern science proclaiming
    • the exact opposite. I say heart-rending, because we must admit, it is
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    • any other plant, you will take it to heart all the more, what a marvel
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • inner organisation — it is wonderfully similar to what the heart
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    • we should have the heart — when we see that the vegetation is
    • off by heart like any cookery-book. The point is for us to introduce
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    • impulse, but only repeat what they have heard, go passing things an
    • — including farmers — would begin to hear of these things
    • hear of these things from a fellow-farmer, they will say, “What
    • the other hand, the farmers hear of these things from unauthorised persons
    • of heart in the cause of Spiritual Science, self-sacrifice and many
    • we offer Countess and Count Keyserlingk and all their House our heartiest
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    • heart. What we have in our hearts represents something for
    • but in the spiritual, the heart will be the organ of
    • thought. At the present time the heart is still personal.
    • is spoken in low tones, so that no one can hear it but the
    • and in the Wine, substance such as we have in our heart
    • see and hear the celebration of the Mass with full
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    • animal with the most intensive heart activity, the lion,
    • heart system, is the true “heart animal.” The
    • lion may be considered as the “heart animal.”
    • is chosen, because he has the strongest heart pulsation.
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    • I have said, that parents could acquire a hitherto unheard-of power over
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    • Perhaps you will also have heard of the terrible condition of certain
    • of sight or hearing can be supported by some other sense.
    • that thing. If you not only hear the sound of a bell, but if you can
    • the heart, the lungs, etc.; in reality, the heart is a process, and
    • the external spatial form of the heart is merely the process which is
    • a visible song, similar to that which one ordinarily hears in the
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    • the kind of way people would still like to hear it spoken of in many
    • constantly hear the remark that anthroposophy is difficult to
    • particular nature of man's present-day life of soul. They will hear
    • And the heart
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    • develop within our hearts that inner warmth which comes, when in the
    • which then crowd into his heart, such as did in the dream of Olaf
    • of heart we shall make preparations for the new cosmic New Year.
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    • devotion into his heart and soul, however deeply oriental mysticism
    • very heart. Other peoples of the Earth may subjugate and conquer
    • peoples is not his and he must find it in them. In his heart he feels
    • oriental is a ‘heart-man,’ for he experiences the
    • process of metabolism in his heart; the Middle European is the
    • the heart, the lungs and the breathing system, and so to the region
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    • and hearts in the course of the centuries. But in the modern
    • too, that since then the human heart has been able to
    • see with eyes nor hear with ears; pictures that were not
    • whose power would penetrate into the depths of human hearts
    • pervaded by a mysterious force which arises in the heart of
    • the heart of the blossom enables you to feel that a new plant
    • into the spiritual world. He could hear from the Initiates
    • human hearts and in the Cosmos itself when the human heart
    • their hearts and souls with Him in this world. Thus in the
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    • the hearts and souls of those taking part. Though this or that event
    • remedy for the evils of our age, complaints are heard on all sides,
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    • innermost condition of the human heart and soul. Such an inner
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    • 28:30 And thou shalt put in the breastplate of judgment the Urim and the Thummim; and they shall be upon Aaron\'s heart, when he goeth in before the LORD: and Aaron shall bear the judgment of the children of Israel upon his heart before the LORD continually. \
    • 14:22 Likewise all the men of Israel which had hid themselves in mount Ephraim, when they heard that the Philistines fled, even they also followed hard after them in the battle. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
    • increasing power on the Earth. We have heard that in the sixth epoch,
    • impulses in the men who hear them. And if there should be a
    • teaching of wisdom, goodness of heart and peace on Earth. To enable
    • this teaching of Buddha to permeate the hearts of all men, the Christ
    • in our hearts.
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    • nothing worse than to feel remote, in your heart, from the things
    • example, in school we have to learn by heart a sequence of Kings or
    • and inmost heart I face the Yes and the No, and then go and do the
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    • modified in this and that way when I see through my eyes, hear
    • one's thoughts outside, as one saw red or blue and heard C sharp, G
    • the cosmos, and how his lungs and heart resulted from the cosmos. It
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    • course, if such intentions press on one's heart and soul, one becomes
    • chest, and what beats in his heart, up into his eyes and nose. It
    • the stars. What was revealed to the hearts of primitive men in this
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    • infer this from all you have been hearing for many years — in
    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • and the ear hearing them is likewise sinful.”
    • heard of these secrets. This fear they learnt to know thoroughly.
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    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • or symbol, but actual fact. What we can hear externally with our ear
    • speak or hear in intercourse with other people, hearing and speaking
    • being where speaking and hearing go on at the same time.
    • Hearing and speaking are once more united. The “inner
    • word” speaks to us, and is heard in us.
    • to you that you perceive with your sense of hearing, then you know
    • what you hear him saying. On the other hand, you know that the actual
    • words that we hear and speak in our intercourse with other men, the
    • life when he hears the “word”, apparently sounding to him
    • hue visible to the senses; yet if we open our hearts to nature, it
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    • available to those who have prepared their minds and hearts to
    • nineteenth century, his heart rejoiced — although to speak
    • of a ‘heart’ in the case of Ahriman is merely a
    • into the human heart, we can only say: The most important point
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    • earth before the hearts and souls of men can bring forth all that
    • from the heart of the French nation and vanquished the English forces
    • my dear friends, should be something that stirs our hearts while our
    • heart-qualities, was a veritable Sun-child. One felt deeply
    • I might say, whole-heartedly in the midst of this situation and he
    • attempting to convey through the heart's forces certain ideas on the
    • the understanding of the heart. This we should seek in a living
    • things. We have often heard the legend that the Russian-Slav
    • already have heard many things, comments these, words with:
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    • his senses, and is even able to sum up what he sees and hears, and,
    • hear that, as far as wisdom is concerned, the ancients were far more
    • Aristotle that the nerves go out from the heart. Galilei endeavoured
    • the brain and not from the heart, and felt sure that his friend would
    • opposite, namely that the nerves proceed from the heart. If I have to
    • to hear again and again how man's soul becomes mystical, if we
    • uncomfortable to hear, because in setting them before men we strongly
    • heart these things very deeply. For that which is to be reached
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    • freedom. Just ask yourselves, how many hearts and souls there
    • frequently hears made against Anthroposophy, that it lays too
    • often lately, in these troublous years, has one not heard
    • enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of generous love
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    • hearing. You perceive an altogether complicated world, of
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    • system, working through the heart and lungs and the
    • strength of the Earth by way of heart and soul becomes moral
    • thought can understand them. Yet one is always hearing that
    • the Threefold Commonwealth, and people go to hear the
    • They all get a hearing; people, as it were, nibble at them.
    • Now what happens to the human heart and soul when knowledge
    • the human heart.
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    • in the cradle of our hearts; there is indeed a connection.
    • was radiated to him from Nature; with his whole heart he
    • but in his heart the sunlight kindled spiritual jubilation,
    • echoed from the hearts of men. Intimate community was also
    • hearts of men, a kind of darkness, in contrast with the mood
    • that pervaded these same hearts throughout the summer. Those
    • rejoicing in their hearts — these same people could
    • over this, when we reflect that the hearts and minds of
    • speaking to the heart by means of symbols: ‘Where you
    • this ideal can be felt by warm human hearts: ‘Become
    • promoting growth and development could move the hearts of the
    • unique kind penetrated then into the hearts and souls of
    • words which rang out countless times to their ears and hearts
    • conviction, and as anthroposophists, when we hear how the
    • performers in the Christmas Plays rehearsed, how they
    • and fearlessness. Are we not reminded of this when we hear of
    • while he was rehearsing, might sing an unworthy song; that
    • otherwise accustomed only to handling flails were rehearsed
    • to shears, a star being fixed to the end of the lattice work.
    • The star shot out when the shears were opened and the lattice
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    • heart, brain and so forth. In short, when we are describing the
    • in an organ, in the heart, the liver, the lungs and so on. A
    • Spirit acts in a normal heart, is also able to discover in the
    • deterioration or irregularity of the heart, the cause of a diseased
    • those who do not seriously penetrate to the heart of the teaching but
    • is that we must penetrate to the heart of the particular subjects and
    • — men and women in whom lungs, liver, heart, stomach, will be
    • disease. The sufferer will tell you, for instance, that he hears
    • arisen from a knowledge of the whole being of man. Lungs, heart,
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    • same time a hearing; and when he says: — Man sees from the
    • hears the Beings, who have their dwelling in these heavenly bodies,
    • form. The heart, if we lay it on the dissection table, consists
    • composing it. But this is not the heart. The heart again is a
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    • epoch looked to the Christ, felt Him in their hearts and in this deep
    • hearts. The Initiates of our age say to themselves: “We are
    • question arises in the hearts of men: Why this sleep of a
    • in full clarity to the human heart, this other truth — a truth
    • that will awaken the Spirit in heart and soul: In the understanding
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    • hear that so many differentiations must be looked for in the human being.
    • was entirely unknown at that time. It entered human hearts only
    • human hearts. Around the middle of the Middle Ages, we find that
    • participated in the Mass and heard about the Mystery of Christ. They
    • heard that he had passed through the experience of death, about St.
    • the Gospels conquered human hearts and souls only very gradually. So
    • similar way, in the hearts of those who are fighting a physical
    • our hearts through this new spiritual direction; this feeling will
    • universe. Let us engrave this in our hearts and souls at this
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • And it is interesting to hear what Goethe says about this lower layer:
    • human head, in the human heart, that is to say in a being whose
    • light-heartedly and readily advanced by currents of thought on factional
    • assurance in our hearts and tells us: We walk on the ground which a
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • have everything that one sees, hears, perceives as warmth, as the
    • light, in the moment of hearing a tone or a sound, we destroy our
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    • into Art. For indeed it lies very near to our hearts that
    • numerous ears, hearts and souls, and will apparently continue to find
    • evident that we are able to find our way to the ears, hearts and
    • name of Christian Rosenkreutz, and that this Lodge longed to hear
    • year, and that yet there was an inner need to hear something more
    • friends had not been confused by hearing it said that theosophists
    • minds and hearts of modern men. And we are precisely modern
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • idea that can stir in a human soul on hearing such an account, when
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    • the longing Soul, when we hear Heinrich Von Kleist writing to a
    • friend. In the following words we seem to hear him say: —
    • what they longed for in their hearts, and what the world could not
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    • may feel in your hearts that it will be a long time before
    • come until human hearts understand the realm of the spirit.
    • get heart-stoppingly fearsome and terrible. Intensely
    • illuminating words are heard in the world today; they should
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    • like to hear or know such things today. Yet they will have to
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    • so, for people are tremendously intolerant in their hearts
    • but hot air. In their innermost hearts, in their feelings and
    • will typify a way of thinking which at heart is utterly
    • astral bodies; otherwise we shall only hear words. The state
    • members but nevertheless do come and hear such things, find
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    • example. The Greeks also saw colours and heard sounds; but
    • entirely constituted to hear the words of a cosmic spirit:
    • doubt heard of all the nonsense we get now, with all kinds of
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    • heart and mind. He was out of place in the fifth
    • when it came to the impulses in his heart and mind and
    • way to the world of the spirit solely in your heart and mind.
    • someone whose heart and mind belonged to the fourth
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    • will have heard and read a lot about a book which was no
    • probably amuse you a great deal and make you laugh heartily,
    • its justification — begins to stir in your hearts as I
    • We hear it
    • internationally in the sweetest tones. All you heard was
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • looked at with a cool eye, as it were, and a calm heart. We
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    • Society you are in a position to hear of these things and to
    • this brings people together! Everybody hears about everybody
    • must hear of them in some way or other? Well, in the second
    • Dreizehnlinden, and these are alive today in the hearts and
    • see and physical ears cannot hear: a second world with
    • your hearts grow sore with some of the things you find. This
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • and we must present to the child's heart and mind much that
    • and say to themselves: this is something you heard or learned
    • spared the inner emptiness which enters into so many hearts
    • thoughtful and come from the heart. The kind of extract of
    • hearts and minds experience in the course of human evolution.
    • ask you to take this to heart.
    • deepest wellsprings of heart and mind to open up, it is
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • of course, is not a nice thing to hear. It is the reason why
    • human hearts.
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    • heart. You see, therefore, that a major change has occurred
    • hear opinions expressed on what are said to be developments
    • in the course of human evolution, you will hear the fine
    • who enters into things with heart and soul, without being
    • doubt have heard that certain people are over and over again
    • will hear aspects called significant in these lectures which
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    • because one has not heard the words “Huckle, get up!”
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    • 4:9 And he said unto them, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. \
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    • mathematics, it is no doubt impossible to stir your heart and
    • should know that our very heart's blood is united with every
    • to unite his heart's blood with the things he wills and does.
    • conception. You may tell me that one hears very little said
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    • sojourns in the body hears from the Earth, while at the same
    • Gemini; the chest and ribs = Cancer; the heart as Leo, and so
    • the rest of his body, with the centre in the heart, to the
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • different from those which we are accustomed to hear in ordinary
    • for instance, the human organ of hearing depends upon an etheric
    • light falls upon them, if we hear them resounding from that
    • hear some vague amateurish and indistinct talk about the worlds,
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • wakeful mind and heart feels that we are now living in a time
    • enthusiastic human hearts, those men should concern themselves
    • presents itself to our head and particularly to our heart; this
    • the needs of the human heart, indeed of the whole human being; it
    • the human being lifted up his heart and soul whenever he wished
    • for a moral world order asserts itself in the human heart; the
    • instance: If you hear tones, if you see colors, if sensations of
    • impulse and hope contained in human hearts.
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    • accustomed to hear.
    • through our senses we know unmistakably that we see red or hear
    • or blue, or hear C sharp or C, so we now perceive thoughts as
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • We frequently hear
    • which always awakens a peculiar echo in our hearts, particularly
    • through his eyes, heard through his ears or touched with his
    • streaming out of their simple hearts, merely by listening to the
    • poor shepherds out of the depths of the human heart. And it is
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    • which exist on earth, you hear sounds, you experience sensations
    • heart, lungs, etc. correspond to the living human being and are
    • of a heart, or of a muscular system. Consequently these decay.
    • earth, and so forth, my heart really perceives an image which
    • heart, but every other organ. I have told you that the heart
    • perceives the gold which exists in the earth. But the heart alone
    • astral body and the Ego organization acquire, near the heart, the
    • in the region of the heart. For this reason we may say: The heart
    • astral body pertaining to this part, to the heart — not the
    • in the region of the heart, to procure gold. He may, however,
    • the inner essence of the heart itself. He may apply them in the
    • learn to know the heart when you recognize the gold contained in
    • heart, and when, on the other hand, you recognize the current of
    • knowledge of the human heart, heart knowledge. In a similar way
    • to hear of chemists, physicists, physiologists, medical men
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    • who have a real feeling and an open heart for such things, it is
    • furious when they hear that a certain direction, coming from many
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    • hearts with special devotion to those who are without on the scene of
    • aversion are heard murmuring through the spiritual realm and might
    • discord are spread abroad, these men can still be one at heart,
    • their hearts are united in their connection with Him Who entered the
    • united the hearts through something higher than anything which can
    • by human hearts and souls in a different way from the present tragic
    • our hearts. These plays were there in manuscript in certain families
    • wonderfully conquered the hearts and souls that on beholding the
    • Spiritual Science, it will become a force in the hearts and souls of
    • of which may be heard in the Christmas Mystery, a way is then opened
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    • united. Within their deepest hearts they carry their connection with
    • hearts through something higher than what is able to separate human
    • way at this time could be achieved in another way by human hearts, by
    • our hearts deeply. These Christmas plays, handwritten,
    • people heard the mass, also hearing it at Christmas (held at
    • midnight during the holy night), but that they did not hear the
    • conquered hearts, souls: the power that arose on looking at the
    • develop a force in human hearts and human souls that will have its
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    • to hear. Mark well my words! No longer shall the Evil One, the false
    • Ahura Mazdao says to me. And he who hears not my words nor
    • who have ears to hear the dim echoes still living in our time, will,
    • if they listen with spiritual ears, hear the faint tones of
    • have ears to hear, the message of Zarathustra and other great
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    • lying beside the valves of the heart. If the pupil wished to
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    • the blood has already evolved a heart, these feet move by means of the
    • blood circulating from heart to lung. So the same path from water and
    • finds it easier to accept what it hears. The truth today is told only by
    • Anthroposophy! Nowhere else will you hear what I have just told you.
    • latter has a heart, lungs and feet, and why the tadpole can swim in
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    • body we carry our organs — lung, heart, brain, and so on. In
    • the main inside ourselves, saying: Here is the lung, here the heart,
    • such things are easily misunderstood. Over and over again one hears that
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    • our stomach or our lung. We have already heard that, as by day our body
    • we learn that as by day we have in us stomach and lung and heart, so by
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    • and hear with his ears. Between real Natural Science and
    • where you can see with your eyes and hear with your ears. Modern
    • upon an uncertain sphere of knowledge. Let them hear what the
    • heard from the great Eastern Teachers cannot become
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    • heart, but that this is a threefold condition which we could
    • his life — not only through what he learns and hears
    • how would it be then with the muscles of the heart? They do
    • after all, to man, to hear about repeated earth-lives, if he
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    • perfection of the heart and of the brain. How imperfect, on
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • attractions of the heart uniting one soul with another — can be
    • that Leipzig had to offer on natural science, and to hearken
    • abstract knowledge, but a warm perception of the heart, he
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • “Pandora”. Even today we hear it uttered: the
    • grasp vitally with one's whole heart, and one feels how
    • has felt this, one hears the echo of the spiritual words of
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    • our hearts than an anthroposophical movement? And we may also
    • festival near to our hearts. For in this year we ourselves
    • it, must lie very close to our hearts: I mean the
    • is to be radiant for human hearts and human souls, for all that
    • What is it really that we should write in our hearts —
    • this Christmas night there should pour into our hearts the
    • powerful. There should pour into our hearts, into our souls,
    • strength of love should pour into our hearts so strongly that
    • the all-power of love into our hearts. May it be possible for
    • pre-Christian spiritual powers. Thus in Eudocia's poem we hear
    • ‘Ye faithful ones in Christ, who in your hearts
    • Behold my tears outpouring and then hear
    • Towards a maiden was his heart aglow,
    • I hearkened to his prayers and then at first
    • Ten weeks the prince of spirits stormed the heart
    • it was suited to be placed before all hearts. There all can
    • human soul when it gazes with simple heart on that which is
    • that which Christmas shall bring near to man's heart comes near
    • when we transfuse our hearts with that spiritual picture of the
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    • whole nervous system originated in the heart, that from the
    • heart, the nerves spread to the brain and from thence spread
    • originate in the heart. If there appears to be any
    • heart. The meaning of this statement is hidden. We can only
    • heart. The description given by Aristotle of these currents
    • proceed from the heart, flow to the brain and, from thence,
    • nerves proceed from the heart.”
    • suddenly heard a most extraordinary exclamation from Natter,
    • him, for he only heard the words “I am
    • only later that his friend heard that the exclamation had
    • we will take the matter of the telescope. Galileo heard that
    • in those days. He only heard from travelers that some thing
    • itself heard by men. Great discoveries revealed themselves
    • directly to our hearts and minds. Hermann Brunnhofer, who
    • often do we not hear that the last words of Goethe were:
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    • hear the words of the great physicist Helmholtz repeated,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • still of course hear of extraordinary ideas on the part of
    • spiritual life, who follow the path of knowledge with heart
    • whose very heart is bound up with true knowledge, —
    • entered heart and soul on the paths of wisdom, and
    • Goethe's name is so often heard and his works so often
    • “Perhaps one or two may come to hear what I have to
    • spiritual regions without losing our warmth of heart; it
    • studies are able to fill our hearts with enthusiasm. What
    • seems to me of most importance is that what our hearts have
    • of the conceptions and words, is concentrated in our hearts;
    • at the same time, instead of leaving, our hearts and souls
    • from the heart when you come, and with the same wish I take
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    • the poet of the steam plough. The warm and loving heart with
    • age. Strange things are interwoven in his heart. On the one
    • the law-courts. He hears nothing; only once, as he is walking
    • along the corridor, he hears the name of the convict called. It
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    • hear this objection hurled at Spiritual Science from very many
    • religious faiths will not hear of anything beyond the
    • that we expand our heart and soul over all earthly evolution,
    • Mysteries before an uninitiated hearer. Nay more, it is one of
    • Then after a time one hears that he has been talking of these
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    • responsive Christian heart.
    • heart. And we can truly say that our age of new spiritual
    • new form and in a glorious way. It will be our task to hear in
    • the human heart.
    • Christian heart must have an ever deepening sense of
    • heart.
    • into trivial conceptions of Christmas, when the human heart is
    • filled with so much that is painful, when this human heart must
    • as it will then be in human hearts. For it is a strange fact,
    • should not place this thought before men's hearts in such a
    • within his heart: That which differentiates men as regards
    • hearts that they stand as New Testament human beings before the
    • heart permeated by the Christ takes away from Lucifer what
    • men's hearts.
    • appears so clearly in human hearts in our age of the
    • give health, and the person who hears this may at a certain
    • He creates the impulse in our hearts today to look upon His
    • life, if we only will come to Him, taking His words to heart
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    • see with his eyes, hear with his ears, but comprises, besides,
    • seeks. Let us hear the beginning of the poem: —
    • Hear it with joy! Tell all from far and near!
    • Christian idea — but a pilgrim in whose heart and soul
    • Inspiring him with heart-felt, deep delight.
    • The deep devotion of his heart unfolding;
    • and on what mission he has come. He is made welcome and hears
    • An echo in their hearts with ev'ry word.
    • The wisdom flowing from his lips is heard:
    • Within his heart the peace of God does dwell;
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • Had he been here, with hearty welcome's warmth
    • I hear him speak, but oh, how much there is
    • Our spirit hears a word scarce comprehended:
    • Amazing things to every one who hears;
    • Will here with greater pleasure still be heard,
    • His heart was pouring forth in fervent flow.
    • comes to a window, a kind of lattice, and hears a strange
    • “Sounding loud to spirit-hearing, see the new-born day
    • blinded, ear amazes: The Unheard can no one hear!”
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • in an equally cordial and heartfelt manner.
    • what is meant by the term Folk Soul or Folk Spirit which one hears
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    • in a beautiful landscape, but our hearts could never be fired with
    • world, an ideal that we can inscribe in our hearts and to which we
    • world. Just as man sees colours and hears sounds by means of his
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    • synthesis and analysis, then he hears these Spirits of Movement, he
    • an astral effect. Man, however, does not hear it. If in relation to
    • could hear the Music of the Spheres. It sounds forth both day and
    • night and therefore he can only hear it if he undergoes a certain
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 9. Loki - Hodur and Baldur - Twilight of the Gods.
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • fifth world is approximately the world which dawns in the hearts and
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    • or have heard other
    • first he does not understand. But if he has heard of Karma, of how
    • power of Vidar who will banish from the hearts and minds of men all
    • view of life which lies so close to our hearts and is so deeply
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    • as a kind of sun which, shedding its rays in our hearts, can arouse a
    • developed silently in our hearts, according to the law of the
    • another, which springs from the depths of my heart, out of deepest
    • Anthroposophy, according to the dispositions of men's hearts,
    • hearts the thought of an impulse to which we have often alluded in
    • men's hearts, the deepest forces of souls, would have withered
    • gods, so that they should not cause the hearts and souls of men to
    • intellectuality to the religious deepening of the human heart. It is
    • are trying to do. Let me first gratify a heartfelt wish by alluding
    • to your own hearts to judge of these compositions. I myself regard it
    • each of those who stand on the stage his heart should speak out of
    • you heard yesterday, the fairy-tale that Felicia tells Capesius in
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    • all this the Greek attitude of heart and soul was very different from
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • such an event acts upon the heart as an ordeal of the soul. This
    • heard what are the main experiences of the soul in self-knowledge as
    • to perceive with his spiritual hearing the harmonies and the melodies
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    • who heard the course of lectures I gave here a year ago with all that
    • heart and brought it to Zeus. That is a marvellously subtle and
    • rescuing of his heart by Pallas Athene, who took it to Zeus, is only
    • blood which sets the heart in motion is the physical expression of
    • had not Pallas Athene rescued the heart of the dismembered Dionysos
    • fact that in our hearts we can still develop a different kind of
    • There is a higher element connected with the heart, particularly with
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • when our hearts are afire for things of the mind, when we feel as
    • the lie to it. How often do we hear this sort of thing said:
    • heart of the dismembered Dionysos and took it to Zeus who hid it in
    • because a love-potion, brewed from the rescued heart of the
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    • but when they hear of Spiritual Science, then they have to make the
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    • Science. How often do we hear it said: ‘I do that with no
    • centralisation in the heart. Thus there are forces which were
    • way as to bring about the blood-system with its centre in the heart.
    • the same kind happens to the blood-system and the heart. They
    • they have been able to develop into the physical heart.
    • and the heart mean to us? They are the ether-world condensed, they
    • physical heart, by the blood and the whole circulatory system, they
    • most closely followed by the occultist in the case of the heart and
    • streams continuously out of our heart — our heart, the outcome
    • becomes rarefied again in the heart, how in its finest
    • and streams of ether flow continuously from the heart towards the
    • circulation and the heart we now see returning to the etheric form
    • these streams of ether were to flow continuously from the heart
    • coming from the heart stream continuously through the brain. These
    • emanating from the heart. Thereby these etheric currents are brought
    • between heart and brain. Anyone who is made aware of it through
    • how these forces stream upwards from the heart to the brain, to form
    • organisation unscathed, that they do not leave the heart in the same
    • which is borne upwards from the heart. Thus we received this current
    • wondrous structure of our heart. Since that time we have gone on
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    • time from our system of heart-and-blood circulation, with the result
    • from the heart in quite distinct currents and permeate the brain; we
    • the heart to the brain, only ideas, concepts, feelings connected with
    • heart to the brain. During the Baptism by John in the Jordan there
    • continuously as the finest etheric constituents of the heart-blood
    • this ctheric stream which flows upwards from his heart to his brain.
    • etheric elements flow from the heart to the head and there, as they
    • of etheric currents rising from the heart to the head was certainly
    • spirits which flow from the heart to the brain, but that is just an
    • fact there is such an etheric current from the heart to the head.
    • something else. Not only does an etheric current go from the heart to
    • substances of man's astral body. A substance streams from heart
    • the heart is dammed up. The brain is permeable for the etheric
    • region of the heart. The true inner ego-aura is already arrested in
    • the region of the heart, it only presses upward as far as the heart,
    • entwined in the heart — the element which enters from the
    • back in the heart. Just as the astral aura is arrested in the brain,
    • so is the ego-aura held back in the heart, where it makes contact
    • advanced as far as the heart, where it has united with another stream
    • which comes up from below and reaches the heart. Thus the heart is
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    • question which penetrated deeply into the heart. How in this Iliad, as well
    • his real affairs of the heart with divine spiritual beings who do not
    • the ending. I have heard that there are people who believe that this
    • Jesus. As a most intimate concern of the heart of humanity, we find
    • longer see by means of our physical body, we no longer hear through
    • experience that which our eyes see, our ears hear, our senses can grasp,
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    • content of his mind, then he gradually educates his heart and
    • to heart anthroposophical ideas — entirely different from
    • heart and soul; he will discern how the sprouting and budding life of
    • out from Michael's heart; they are welded together into the sword of
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    • into ears, organs of hearing, which again would be connected with the
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    •         hearts are sifted.
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    • the spiritual hearing of Inspiration, then we have the crowning of
    • from the lungs into the heart and from the heart through the whole
    • various substances. Hence if a man sees truly into the heart of this,
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    • Although, as you will hear, this Fifth Gospel has never yet
    • means very far distant, when countless human hearts turned to
    • with open hearts, as if it were part and parcel of their own
    • moving their very hearts. They knew how to put the words in
    • such a way as to touch the deepest heart-strings of those to
    • from soul to soul, from heart to heart, no matter whether souls
    • How does Christ Himself wield dominion in the minds and hearts
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    • observe them and hear how they were speaking now, they seemed
    • of heart, an all-embracing tolerance and a deep
    • they could look into every heart, could read the deepest,
    • said finds its way to inadequately prepared hearts and souls
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    • the pictures of which I spoke are discerned; but in the hearts
    • unheeded. Probably many of you have heard of the book which
    • they like to hear and to have said to them. In magnificent
    • mischievous adherents merely for the purpose of hearing what
    • everyone likes to hear, and you were driven from one stage to
    • minds and hearts to this personality. Such things are only
    • have been heard at that time by highly developed
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    • those years. What he heard from the learned scribes assembled
    • soul when he heard that in ancient times the Spirit had
    • and in the heart of man; and if Rabbi Eliezer would convince
    • heart can comprehend.” I narrate this story because
    • astounding answers to the learned doctors, but he now heard the
    • long ago forsaken this place of worship. And Jesus heard the
    • if at one stroke, there arose in the hearts of the majority of
    • the sun, this soul heard words such as it had often heard
    • which I have been speaking. Jesus of Nazareth heard the
    • Nazareth heard at that time as the transformed voice of the
    • the Essene Order, Jesus of Nazareth heard far, far deeper
    • teachings concerning the secret lore than he had ever heard
    • from the scribes and doctors of the law. He also heard many
    • he did under the impress of this question, what he had heard as
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    • heart that had characterised his life. As a boy he had lived
    • pristine, spontaneous, welling up from a warm and loving heart
    • but she received it with a warm and tender heart. She had a
    • all that had revealed itself through him. But his heart
    • still able to hear the wisdom of the ancient prophets, then a
    • ears to hear. It is useless and meaningless to speak of these
    • feelings in her heart the mother listened to what Jesus was
    • up in her heart. Then, leading the conversation further, he
    • ground while standing at the heathen altar, how he had heard
    • I have heard as the altered voice of the Bath-Kol, if I were to
    • it would neither be heard nor understood. Men have ceased to be
    • able to hear what was once heard and accepted. — For
    • Jesus of Nazareth knew that what he had heard as the altered
    • struck with tremendous force into the tender, loving heart of
    • had laid as it were into the heart of the mother what had lived
    • their own hearts and souls had warmed when He had lived under
    • were no longer any ears to hear the voices of the old prophets.
    • Heaven.” And the second line He had heard as the
    • since they had no ears to hear the old setting of the words
    • the Bath-Kol heard by Jesus of Nazareth when he fell at the
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    • Dr Colazza, and we have just heard that our dear friend Fritz
    • such ideas, but keep our hearts open, in order to grow wiser, even
    • heart. Of one who has this virtue in ordinary life it can be said: he
    • has his heart in the right place. This is a good expression for our
    • ethereal hearts belong, are not so perfect as those which serve
    • a great distinction between the brain and the heart in their relation
    • with the heart. With the heart it is so, that not the physical heart
    • itself, but the forces which are active in the physical heart, remain
    • forces, which beat within our hearts, beat again next time in our new
    • in the next incarnation. But the forces active in the heart reappear
    • heart-beat, we perceive spiritual forces which are not only present
    • this that it is so much concerned with the feeling of the heart-beat,
    • not because the physical heart-beat in itself is valued so much, as
    • consider a human heart-beat. If we have the virtue of courage, of
    • hearts remain unused. They are then seed for Lucifer. He takes charge
    • missing for us, when we seek to build up our hearts in our next
    • incarnation. For these hearts should be the organs, the instruments
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    • value to seeing pure colours; to hearing pure sounds, when we
    • hear sounds; and similarly to obtaining a certain purity in the
    • hear pure sounds, the connection between which we only later
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    • if we could look into the structure of the human heart, its
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    • physiology and anatomy we can observe our lungs, heart and
    • spiritual world about us, then the lungs and heart as they
    • our heart and soul. In its instinctive clairvoyance, the
    • hear again and again and must recognize as having characterized
    • if I may now add something myself: if, as we have heard, the
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    • shall be hearing more about them.
    • our lungs, heart and other organs. The spirituality of the
    • lungs, our heart, the whole of the rest of our organism, looked
    • There is, it is true, much in people's hearts today that still
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    • of living nature and into the heart of spiritual worlds. By
    • was in her personality. Yet when you heard her speak from
    • wholehearted enthusiasm, fruitful to the world, for
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    • hearts. To do this, we must have something to say about
    • language to express it, then eyes light up and hearts unfold.
    • humanity, so that your hearers
    • hearts and affects their human and earthly being, they will
    • hearts with it and give them something that touches their
    • us: No thoroughfare!” I have heard many people talk
    • world of modern times; to look into his heart and his quality
    • look down upon the lungs, heart, etc., as something whose
    • grips their whole personality, their heart and soul —
    • later sinks down into the heart. Now something else,
    • in one form or another with us Western men, in his heart there
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    • influence human life as a whole must surely hearken to it
    • men today desire in the depths of their hearts.
    • about associations, they said to me: We have heard of very many
    • haven't really heard anything about them. An association is not
    • men's hearts. The democratic tendency will not rest easy until
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    • arise as are often heard when one or another says: I need not study every
    • detail, I do not require what is said in this cycle. What I hear I already
    • your hearts especially is this; that you not only place the thoughts
    • which lives in spiritual science into your Hearts. For the salvation
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    • haughty. When this is the case opinions arise as are often heard
    • require what is said in this cycle. What I hear I already know, and
    • manner, and what I would fain lay on your hearts especially is
    • lives in spiritual science into your hearts. For the salvation of
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    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must hear in mind that the
    • to turn, which is regarded whole-heartedly as the symbol that
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    • could well be that someone who does not want to hear this
    • must have a clear heart and clear thinking, that he must not
    • human heart, in the soul, and in fact give this soul the
    • his heart that corresponds to real conditions and not
    • into the heart of the question. When in all this you think over
    • human being is a product of circumstances. We can often hear
    • own hearts into the world. Then the world will be an image of
    • have had to hear from social politicians: Make the
    • heard in debates on the social question can a healthy way of
    • necessary for someone who wants to see and hear in this area to
    • intervene in life—one can hear it already
    • has to say about the social question. Then one can't hear just
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    • for a shorter period, we have had at heart as the persuasive
    • all that the human heart can feel as the progress of mankind.
    • a way, to our own hearts, were we to allow even a suggestion of
    • been preceded by a wonderful exaltation of all hearts to
    • heart and soul from Catholicism, build Gothic forms around what
    • in their hearts and perceptions from the sacrifice of the mass
    • hearts are bound up with the ideal it expresses will now be
    • unforgettable Fräulein Stinde, whose whole heart and whole
    • be heard, precisely in view of this difficult time of
    • we can say that not a single one was heard from outside, during
    • hearts are full of yearning. We can look from this simple
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    • To-day one can hear in the widest circles those people who
    • formulating ideas. You will constantly hear it: that alone can be
    • who has learned a cooking-book by heart, but cannot cook. As the gold
    • ideal of perfect knowledge and perfect life and work. We heard from
    • hears that the Snake will sacrifice herself, he can even say:
    • which, as you will hear in the course of the winter addresses, must
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    • heard with the outer physical ears. From such a work we can promise
    • little more than what he had learnt by heart from law books. But he
    • empty ideas, but ideas which enlighten the heart and warm the soul.
    • heart. And then it came to this, that the science of that time
    • the bench, and wishes to hear no more of Theology, as he has become
    • turns away and hears the words:
    • And we hear from the words of Mephistopheles, spoken in a
    • found it strange that so little should be heard in Rome of ghost
    •  Thou didst show me myself and opened my heart
    • deep wonders of his own heart were opened to him,’ he obtains
    •  Their applause e'en makes my heart feel heavy,
    • Hearken! Hark! — The Hours careering
    •  Sounding loud to spirit-hearing.
    •  The Unheard can no one hear!’
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    •    Thy sense is shut, thy heart is dead:
    • Hearken! Hark! — The Hours careering
    •  Sounding loud to spirit-hearing.
    •  The Unheard can no one hear!’
    • passage, again, we hear the sounds of thousands of years
    • has taught me. Whosoever will not hear His Words, as I speak them,
    • The pro-Carthaginians want to seize him, but they hear these words
    • me!’ That was a cry which in old times one heard only from a
    • deep into Goethe's heart, as he now describes what happens next.
    • Whoever heard here the lectures on ‘Christian
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    • downwards, the turning towards the heart. In this he saw an
    • chest which carries within it my heart. And that which takes
    • place between head, chest and heart is an image of what is
    • deeper, there the Earth is turning towards the Sun; my heart is
    • anything directly of his heart? Through anatomy and physiology,
    • of some papier-mâché model of the heart that we may
    • heart. Just as we relate our feeling to the world in which we
    • way did the ancient Oriental relate his heart to the Cosmos,
    • heart experiences, which were experiences of the environment of
    • heart experience. Then they had a further experience, a feeling
    • freely downwards into the chest and reaches down to my heart, I
    • In his head he was in the Earth, in his chest and heart he was
    • relate his heart to the Sun in accordance with some abstract
    • chest, to my heart, as the Earth does to the Sun.’ That was the
    • head, chest, heart and limbs, one would see on every hand small
    • reproduce, within himself, what he heard that a rhythm was
    • You will hear its echo also in the Vedas, and you will even
    • hear it in the poetry and literature — to use a modern
    • the beat of the human heart. Then we come to a still more
    • You will have heard of persons who through some condition of
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    • way that things can be seen and heard in this dream condition.
    • dream-picture of a flaring fire. He hears the call of ‘Fire!’
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    • the Mysteries. It will not surprise you to hear that in the
    • on finding his way by some means or other into the very heart
    • notice, — something, in effect, which he heard had taken
    • place in the city. He heard of the event before he reached the
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    • hear, it was necessary for man that it should be darkened and
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    • earth-directed tendency, a light of which we shall hear
    • land, but is able too to enter right into the minds and hearts
    • a mighty voice went forth for those who were able to hear it:
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    • of which we hear in another connection. Only we do not often
    • when we speak! We speak with our heart and with our lungs, we
    • Alexander were still to be heard, even if sadly diminished and
    • heard.
    • to kindle in our hearts and souls. In the midst of the
    • deeply enough in our hearts what we have lost and what we must
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    • then to bring the human heart, the human soul and spirit in
    • in history and that can speak powerfully to the human heart
    • human hearts and the good Gods, and this intimate relationship
    • again in human history we have to hear how a man who strives
    • Rosicrucian master and his pupil, we can hear many a
    • the heart of his pupil: In your physical body, inasmuch as you
    • longing arises in our hearts. From out of the spiritual
    • language of the heart with these words: Unite yourself with the
    • hearts: When we look upon the flames that rose from Ephesus, we
    • surge up in all our hearts and souls. But whenever it has
    • hearts, if we are able to change the pain and grief into the
    • flame lights up in our hearts. Yea, and the flame in our hearts
    • in our hearts the words that I was able to speak to you over
    • our hearts be thus knit to the old Goetheanum, which we had
    • perforce to give over to the elements. And may our hearts be
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    • Such utterances were constantly to be heard and were very
    • course of historical evolution in order that hearts could be
    • the threshold. And in numberless cases one then hears the voice
    • reproach of the whole of Western civilisation may be heard from
    • have ears to hear, direct and significant experiences in
    • to hear of the impulses in the spiritual world which then pour
    • Dornach men must be able to hear of actual experiences, actual
    • or that town, for if people first see Eurythmy without hearing
    • liked Eurythmy and have heard that Anthroposophy is behind it,
    • what our friends have understood in their hearts and that the
    • life of modern civilisation. Non-Anthroposophists hear the
    • and hearts you can certainly hear and understand.
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • May human beings hear it!
    • Thou livest in the beat of Heart and Lung
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • May human beings hear it!
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • May human beings hear it!
    • To simple Shepherds' Hearts,
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    • heart-action, disturbances in the organism, are
    • the city, and when we have walked for some time, we still hear
    • dreadful to people nowadays than to hear anyone say that to
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    • formative forces of everything belonging to our heart,
    • the heart, arms and hands. This raising or up-lifting of
    • “HEAD-CLAIRVOYANCE”. The up-lifting of the material heart-organ
    • clairvoyance, the heart — or
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    • very few people have the “hearing” ear for that
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • often heard, the world is maya or illusion, but man must
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    • awaken a longing in him whenever he had heard about them.
    • which was something unheard of at that time. Just think how
    • when I was a boy, we once heard that a man was to be imprisoned
    • Such a rectoral address, heard at the close of the nineteenth
    • that we often hear are really only spiritual earthworms even
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    • known that after his death his heart was found to be dried up,
    • have just heard:
    • Into her heart as into a close friend's.
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    • sense of sight, merely through scent or hearing, as the one
    • had only these explanations (as we have heard them today) they
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    • thing that people would prefer not to hear. It will therefore
    • this leads to much more. As we will hear in due course, a new
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    • the bottom of the soul.” How often in life do we hear our
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    • of this true-hearted and extraordinarily prolific Swabian.
    • has sung with warm, loving heart of these amazing mechanical
    • sentiment in this heart. On the one hand, he is a man fully
    • court; once, on the way to his chambers he heard the name of
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    • after we have heard that passage from Faust.
    • had little time to pay attention to the impulses of his heart.
    • grace's letter was heartily welcome, first, because it lets me
    • Suddenly the vehicle stopped. I stooped over and heard a few
    • and, as a result, heartlessness and lust for crime.
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    • may hear this objection raised against spiritual science from
    • letting them work upon us. By this, our hearts and souls may be
    • within hearing distance of the uninitiated, but it was just as
    • to hear it. As long as the mysteries existed in the ancient
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    • to hear anything about the spiritual world. The wife grieves so
    • the sleeping compartment of a train, he hears the voice of his
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    • Recently we have heard of a religious discussion that has
    • and of substance. That has grown very near to man's heart. It
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    • heart beat even is when in fact all the functions of man's
    • ego sense, and the senses of thinking, speech, hearing,
    • suppose we have to note down as senses: hearing, speaking,
    • thoughts of another man, you can hear, see, taste,
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    • hear that “one can do nothing with the existing
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    • especially at heart, and which may seem needful for the
    • get further, when people have hearts and minds for the great
    • hear today on any Sunday from any pulpit. Abstractions of
    • forceful manner. You may hear continually from that quarter:
    • be the loss of a single truth!’ You may hear this over and
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    • that my eyes are no longer drawn toward the book I can hear
    • and will impulses — all these play a role when we hear
    • hearing, spiritual perception. It is not that then we have only
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    • heart. In this way we can study how the human memory behaves.
    • things you have had to do when learning a poem by heart or when
    • who have often heard me speak know that I mention personal
    • shall not hear judgments like those I quoted at the beginning
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    • university and those who heard his lectures elsewhere,
    • anyone who has never heard anything about these things or can
    • person who has an open heart and mind for what surrounds him in
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    • understanding of the simplest human heart, and the practical
    • organism. And we come to know our particular organs: heart,
    • heart, lung and brain, is transformed in a way that we never
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    • And what has been found there? It is interesting to hear what a
    • complete way. I myself often heard from Haeckel's own lips that
    • hears frequently from those who are at home in this subject is:
    • gradually have to be taken into the hearts of those who are
    • When I hear of how objections can be made by Christians,
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    • modern physiologist came here, heard what I said as an
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    • heart.
    • were heard in the way words spoken by the members of the
    • Weimar National Assembly were heard fifty — men able to
    • into men's hearts. Not mere theories allowing us to agree to
    • to be given out, to succeed in finding an echo in the hearts
    • can only describe what is in my heart by saying that,
    • of the solicitude of one's deepest heart.
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    • who are able to take seriously to heart all that the call
    • give their personal opinions to their hearere. But a man who
    • heart — not up to the stars!
    • and when as often to-day, we hear it said that here and there
    • able to hear the truth about these matters to-day, it would
    • heart of that which must be proclaimed as spiritual truth at
    • living forces of spiritual knowledge into human hearts and
    • succeeded in getting some real response from the hearts of
    • heart which I could describe by saying that, this Waldorf
    • the intensity of which hearts and souls are capable. There is
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    • one's heart bleed to realise the truth of what was said by
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    • the functioning of the human brain, of the human heart? I
    • of the views held by modern science is that the human heart
    • shall never understand the essential nature of the heart we
    • heart is the outward expression of this; the movement reveals
    • itself in the heart. To say in accordance with modern science
    • that the heart drives the blood into the Body, is rather like
    • — it is the expression and nothing more. The heart is
    • through the body; the heart is inserted into and is the
    • and our ears hear will all pass away with the Earth. Only
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    • In East, West, North, South hear this:
    • May men hear it too.
    • You live in the heart-lung-beat
    • In East, West, North, South hear this:
    • May men hear it too.
    • What will be heard in the heights;
    • In East, West, North, South hear this:
    • May men hear it too.
    • The poor shepherd hearts
    • Our hearts —
    • Our hearts beget,
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    • and over again. And now let us ask ourselves a question. we have heard
    • heard, are diverted from their direct line of evolution as grains of
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    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • often heard, the world is maya or illusion, but man must
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    • We have heard that not
    • this can lay hold upon our heart and fill it with
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • When the ear hears, that which is heard must be there, and so
    • whether we are awake or asleep; we hear tones the same way,
    • And this can happen as well for everyone who hears these things
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • audience who attended lectures last winter will hear about
    • hopes in human hearts, will prove too feeble and ineffective
    • ignored. Human beings are destined to absorb into their heart
    • success unless there is also a change of heart. A spiritual
    • answers to the heart's deepest questions turn to official
    • needs of the human heart are understood.
    • and inner sense for Truth, I shall know whether what I hear
    • above average. She had never heard sound or seen color and
    • conveyed by sight and hearing. Her little book showed that
    • description of someone with spiritual sight and hearing.
    • among the fainthearted, skeptical doubters will turn to those
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    • destructive elements back to the heart and lungs. What
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    • heart and brain. The astral body most certainly is not at a
    • attacks the wise form of the heart. The astral body will need
    • hearts of those who seek higher development. In order to have
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    • matters greatly what it sees and hears and generally absorbs.
    • than a baby still in the womb can hear or see. Each life
    • innermost recesses of their hearts, those around the child
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    • seen with physical sight or heard with physical ears. One
    • are not dependent on what is seen or heard physically. A
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    • mood filled the hearts of those who watched this drama of the
    • hearts the selflessness that must form the Basis for a future
    • what can be physically seen and heard. Whatever deeper
    • the Rhine-gold. We hear it in his music; how could one fail
    • to hear it? It should not be said that something arbitrary is
    • to hear in that long E-flat major in the Rhine-gold the
    • sunbeam. Only he who is pure in heart, unworldly, untouched
    • every human heart. As He has descended into the human heart,
    • the human heart must ascend. Something of this was also felt
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    • aware that someone who, out of a heartfelt need of his
    • organs, through sight and hearing, and grasped things through
    • the spheres” was heard. (What today we understand
    • all the stages by heart; later when writing came more into
    • heart by those concerned with initiation. Knowing this, we
    • we hear the significant words: “Tell the people that
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    • happens as a rule three times. If the call also remains unheard the
    • heard his address asked Dr. Steiner when that would happen, he
    • thanked their being, were also rehearsed with these seals. Thus
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    • hearts of men into the spiritual world. In the human word mounting upward
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    • created, which uplifted heart and spirit, such as the
    • life of the heart, as it is to-day, for the normal human
  • Title: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • the Word was made flesh and dwelt among us and we have heard
    • could again hear and speak with his physical senses, he uttered
    • loving heart. It will send out streams of spiritual love. The
    • heart is the most powerful organ, when Christ lives in man. The
    • the heart.
    • Every initiate experienced this in the Mysteries of the heart.
    • upon Jesus' heart. This means that all the lower forces, every
    • form of egoism, will be raised to the heart. At this point
    • been raised to his heart. Also the women are there
  • Title: Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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    • us fill our hearts and souls with a festive, earnest
    • spiritual science. Let us unfold within our heart that
    • winter night we hear the message of the Sun-Spirit's descent to
    • many mysteries which pass through his heart in many forms
    • warm feelings which stream through our heart are a
    • really understand the year's course, our hearts will be deeply
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • remember those things also, that I have heard yesterday, when I did
    • heard yesterday has its cause from the fact that the matter is still
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    • heart. So that you can have the picture: where the foodstuffs coming
    • be revived anew on the way to the heart. Being enlivened anew means,
    • who have a mouth — and a digestive apparatus only up to the heart,
    • intestines and heart and then you see, all that would be taken up by
    • etheric. The heart would not yet make us into an earthly human being
    • but would bring us only far enough that we would unite our heart with
    • heart is connected with the lung and takes up oxygen the food that is
    • that had been formed up to the heart-lung activity, will be taken up
    • heart, will be formed now into the special organs. We would not have
    • firm organs if only mouth, stomach, intestines, heart and lung were
    • in itself, the same with the heart, the lung. All that could not be
    • that then through the communication from the heart towards the kidneys
    • lymphatic vessels is still something that belongs to the heart. As a
    • rule, the heart is that organ, which together with the lung is driving
    • with a degenerate heart of that which is going on in the ether body.
    • up all that is flowing from the heart towards the kidneys and to work
    • of the heart and of the heart itself.
    • from the heart towards the kidney-system will be too much of a stimulation
    • for example, only for the heart. To others the heart does not matter:
    • They are conducted first through the stomach, through the heart, to
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • making a diagnosis of, let us say, an enlargement of the heart. He does
    • heart (orange). There too such an exchange takes place in every human
    • after 7 or 8 years. The heart is being renewed. It is made anew. What
    • imagine that the new heart moved in (red) before the old heart is completely
    • on too fast, such phenomena as an enlargement of the heart occurs. First
    • heart that something is not in order in the activity of the kidney.
    • is already there after 6 years, that which is there as the old heart
    • of the heart to what it is as a finished organ. It is not so much the
    • dead light with the mind and heart that is engendered in us if we receive
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • materialist, he will jeer and scoff when he hears people
    • joyful experience, and might subsequently hear that the
    • capable of hearing and sensing spiritually what the spiritual
    • hearts and souls, for it will be proved over and over again how
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    • have just heard. For I imagine some antipathetic feelings
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    • not concern himself with this sort of thing hears by chance
    • Please take this illustration to heart, the illustration of
    • to heart. Then, taking this illustration as a basis, let us
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    • these words we have often heard:
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • dreaming now were to be absolutely honest, we would hear him
    • all the aspects of the sensations of smell, taste, hearing,
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    • that the desire for a spiritual civilization in the hearts
    • they had heard nothing. Change the noun into a verb and speak
    • heard, my dear friends, certain people called clumsy
    • gatherings, at least at their teas, I have so often heard
    • take effect with full consciousness, for most people who hear
    • particular way, have heard his voice, have shared an
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    • understanding? That must live in the hearts of men and must
    • right and living in the right way in the human heart to
    • language think first of poetry. You have often heard the
    • hear the divine powers as they make themselves known through
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • one day had to hear that the comets which consist of nucleus and tail
    • and animal. They may same time have also heard it ring out (even if the
    • for the first time anyone hears the kind of things I have been saying
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    • He came to Berlin and I asked him whether he would come to hear a lecture
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • can be learnt about this question by hearing what the things and beings
    • of Course, that each of you will have heard of such things, you will
    • have heard of them from others and remarked them in others. You will
    • people in the eye the infinite shines towards me; when I hear them speak
    • he may not generally admit it, is always at heart convinced that man
    • to say: Dear me, how is this? I have so often heard of these societies,
    • trouble people actually prefer to hear it talked about. What calls forth
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • soul, his whole heart and not just by ordinary intelligent reflection,
    • of reason, might break our hearts because it represents one of these
    • connection the human heart, the human mind, is able to have with the
    • of the realised imaginations of the ritual. The barbarians' hearts and
    • Christianity falling into southern hearts and into hearts of the barbarians
    • of the north quite differently. These northern barbarian hearts are
    • far less mature than the hearts of the southern peoples, and the Christ
    • can be called up in the human heart if anyone tries today to renew certain
    • If today we hear about Isis, if we hear about Isis without powerfully
    • does not grip the heart. what can modern man do if he wishes to awaking
    • human hearts when Isis was spoken of?
    • wrong we do, wrong to world evolution as well as to our own hearts,
    • when we do not wish to hear in this way, when we prefer to take up a
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    • our hearts. Those who have now had the opportunity of knowing this personality
    • his spirit in his heart, in his mind; and that in Goetheanism it should
    • Golgotha should be preserved in the heart, so that this heart should
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    • they had, for the first time, heard something about the
    • there as long as we can see, hear and taste it and when we
    • human being exists in a certain place. He hears all kinds of
    • speak the entire perception of tone, of hearing, the world of
    • appears as spiritual hearing. This is of course difficult to
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    • as such, has not fully entered the hearts of modern humanity. And so
    • our civilised life will never be raised until men's hearts are once
    • and limbs and the trunk, with the heart system as the centre, he then
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    • into your hearts, into your souls. To have experienced, signifies something
    • growth in heart and lungs were alone to rule the human being, man would
    • heard, and to whom the place is only a geographical idea. I wanted to
    • when we hear that there are to-day men who say: Oh Spiritual Science
    • voluptuousness. I should like to know how anyone can be so without heart,
    • so terribly heartless in the presence of such impulses as are appearing
    • spiritual striving is to have a practical social result. Is it not heartless
    • social result. It is heartlessness. For how terrible it is to think
    • they are spoken, actually home to the hearts of men. As a rule one may
    • into, their hearts and affect them deeply; whilst everyday things, humdrum
    • hearts of men.
    • truly penetrate right into the heart, into the soul, that it does not
    • and do not let it reach their hearts. This observation I wish to link
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • heart, with those soul forces that have specially to do with
    • We shall shortly hear how completely in the ancient wisdom
    • O could'st thou read what in my heart is hidden.
    • Till I must hear their shameless murderers
    • Hearer and ever nearer yet he steals,
    • Within the heart itself that knows.”
    • who have infirmities rejoice heartily in its spirit; for
    • strength in the blood, force in the heart and perfect
    • heart's blood, and the perfect healthiness of all the
    • you bus always hear said about the figure of Isis. To
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • heart. (You will find a note on Schröer in my recent
    • tried to convince his hearers that Freemasonry was a very
    • another priest alleged that he had heard in Rome that ten
    • were rehearsing that corrections would be needed even in the
    • “... Hearest thou voices o'er us?
    • And then we hear the voice of one who has
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    • hearts, we are able to form a very clear idea of the frame of
    • into any heart, any soul; for they all thought themselves
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    • nothing that we hear it again out of the lips of Faust
    • experiences in his heart, in his life of feeling. That which
    • robbed, and now she hears all that is being said of her. It
    • doubts we hear her say: —
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    • weakness of many people to-day, when they hear of Lucifer and
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    • to what often happens on waking: one hears something that
    • impressive, heart-stirring language they speak! And yet,
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    • this; during sleep you don't want to hear anything this
    • with a more all-embracing consciousness. But, at heart,
    • correspond to Diana; it is in the heart that those
    • wish to hear. To the realm of Hecate belongs, for instance,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • realism so fall apart that, either they found a half-hearted
    • whole heartedly to the primal phenomena and metamorphoses in
    • hearer jumps to the conclusion: this man is no friend of
    • worlds of the spirit, but over the hearts of men it will be
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    • question: Is it like?—Often indeed one hears the
    • him to his heart's desire — to fathoming the mystery of
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    • those who light-heartedly piece together information from
    • knowledge thus light-heartedly. he knew that, even if he had
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    • deep in human hearts and souls; and they must be healed if
    • looking into ourselves, we hear with our external ears;
    • to hear physical sound in the ear instead of cosmic sound,
    • wished to hear no more of it. Hamerling represented the
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    • heart. Or we dream that we are walking past a fence. We see how
    • stove with its heat, it was a picture of our heart which was
    • like an outer object. But when we have our own heart beat in
    • of our time, which as a demand of heart and soul appears in
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    • expression as people then imagined they had heard.
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    • offer little for the heart and soul. We don't dare conclude
    • we, with our hearts and minds, explore the earth's coming into
    • heart and say his individual karma is included here, the single
    • a result of spiritual science's infusion into the human heart
    • When all human hearts in the true sense experience the
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    • reason makes a mistake: in all such matters the heart is
    • first place forcibly to eradicate from the human heart every
    • centuries past have educated the human heart and soul were
    • hearers from the real point at issue by eloquent digressions
    • “see red,” to hear the tones of the organ, to
    • (“Sounding loud to spirit-hearing,
    • senses, if he should come to see and hear that there is such a
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    • must transplant ourselves into the hearts and minds of these
    • recognised condition for so doing that one's heart should first
    • time there was deep feeling, there was heart in all that
    • citing, this heart also involved an intense inner
    • heart or mind. They were filled with inner fire in relation to
    • personality! We hear a person of today letting one thought
    • hearts today. Spiritual science, once again, is here to draw
    • heard within our circles may be sustained more and more by real
    • need education to spiritual hearing, spiritual listening. Only
    • systematic lecture, but to speak to your hearts, albeit calling
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • We have thus heard how the human form and figure originate from the
    • hear how these things apply in modern times, but we shall not
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    • Zodiac. We heard how certain forces proceed from the constellations of
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    • the nature and destiny of man. We heard that the human physical body
    • heard how the inner, spiritual core of man's being is related to the
    • heard that if a man has not established this relation to the spiritual
    • only wants to hear: ‘God rules the world,’ or ‘Man has
    • Earth if he has the destiny of Earth-evolution deeply at heart. For
    • heartfelt thanks for your active and energetic co-operation. I assure
    • people who feel this bond and who look with love in their hearts
    • I take leave of you with this love in my heart for those who feel that
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    • interesting. That went to the boy's heart. He was so fond of the
    • meal he had intended to hear the morning sermon. However, he
    • arrived too late to hear the clergyman of Rammenau, well known
    • might perhaps repeat the sermon by heart; it is known that he can
    • had heard just before. He paused to meditate and then, speaking as
    • heard, in the presence of the visiting landowner and the company.
    • that he said were proceeding directly out of his own heart; he
    • was not free to study the authors of whom he had heard so much; for
    • aim to observe human beings, to look into the depth of their heart;
    • those who heard his inspiring words resound through the Zurich
    • way, with a fresh inspiration. Many, doubtless, who heard him then
    • overhear him discussing at Olten, whenever he found any specially
    • he had nursed in his innermost heart.
    • all this was blended with what he learned and heard from Kant. And
    • thus he did not want to present his hearers with a ready-made
    • hearers. His endeavour was that what had come to life in his soul
    • his hearers, as they hung upon his words, he sought to call forth a
    • sought to give to his hearers; one day he was attempting to
    • this, entering the spiritual world with his hearers, and, as it
    • his hearers made many of them uneasy, but at the same time impressed
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    • what is meant to flow through the souls and hearts of man?
    • human heart as a commemorative thought of the greatest impulse which
    • hearts they can admit: Precisely through Spiritual Science something
    • the Christ in their hearts during the great festivities surrounding
    • festival, to which the heart was given over, a mood in which the whole
    • What mattered most was that just at this time people's hearts were
    • still heard quite a few times these “Star-Singers”, reciting
    • the season, the festivity, and the human hearts. That was a great
    • over large parts of the earth and into the simplest hearts and minds.
    • collector. From him I heard many stories of what he encountered as a
    • plays with a most profound Christmas mood in their souls and hearts.
    • rehearsals. Anyone who wanted to take part had to adhere strictly to
    • in the depth of their hearts and souls when they beheld in this season
    • enter the souls and hearts of man. Our time can only appreciate that
    • means to introduce the secrets of Christ into the hearts and souls of
    • certain mood in one's heart, a mood which arises from: “the
    • Christ-Impulse can be born in the human soul, in the human heart and
    • into our souls and hearts as a living strength, then the Christ
    • entered and taken hold of all minds and hearts, towards a spiritual
    • that from this symbol strength would stream into their hearts, for all
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • things that lie so deeply on our hearts, those things that we believe
    • your midst how their hearts and souls are dedicated to our sacred
    • holiness has so taken our hearts by storm, so to say, that we are
    • vision into the spiritual worlds. With their whole heart and soul
    • of one body were in conflict, the heart with the head, the left hand
    • spiritual hearing, “Only when you recognize, you men, my
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    • need not shudder nor be sad at heart, for in killing your enemies you
    • and at first hearing his words are in a sense trivial, though in a
    • that flowed in a group of people. To hear it said that “the
    • truth. To bear this feeling in your heart will prepare you to receive
    • Arjuna's heart. What may be trivial and commonplace for the
    • understanding is infinitely deep and sublime to the heart of man.
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    • friends who have not heard of this I may say once more that it
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    • that appear as forms of light. One finds that he hears sounds like
    • where an Imagination of Krishna is possible. Then we hear what
    • Arjuna hear.
    • that these words were uttered, but to make them hear the voice that
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    • with heart and head in the right place. A man who takes without
    • down to him. They must rap, because he can hear rapping with physical
    • hear what Krishna told Arjuna, those seeking their soul's salvation today,
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    • something different when they suddenly heard through Copernicus about
    • spiritual world; people who in the physical world “hear the grass
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    • days first became manifest in physical life when Moses heard in the
    • physical world the Voice that in earlier ages had been heard only in
    • able to give — can, when they are heard, be thoroughly understood
    • hear it said: “Humanity is always advancing!” Yes, but this
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    • reborn in the depths of the human heart.
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    • “Before the ear can hear, it must have lost it's
    • feet must be washed in the blood of the heart.”
    • heart. In remote ages of earthly evolution, man lived in the waters
    • In deep sleep, the Initiate hears these sounds as if they were the
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    • the heart of Nature herself.
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    • The heart will be the brain of the chest — an organ of knowledge.
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    • man sees marvelous forms and hears words that are pregnant with
    • that a friend's house is on fire and then hear that he is ill. The
    • nor hear the cries of the soldiers and the booming of the cannons.
    • harmony we hear the voice of all beings. This harmony was called by
    • ‘Swan.’ He hears the sounds through which his master speaks
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    • penetrate to the heart of everything we encounter. Astral
    • 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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    • We have heard that man was only ready to receive the germ of his Ego,
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    • as the physical body. It has a brain, heart, eyes etc. They
    • larynx, the twelve-petalled lies in the heart region. If
    • heart, so that the heart becomes one with these words, then
    • heart of every human being. This text is an example and a
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    • finish learning. Sometimes when one hears an explanation like
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    • and went away. Immediately afterwards, Boehme heard his name being called:
    • constituent part of all of them. Nowadays, however, we hear of a conflict
    • hear of it. But knowledge of the material world was spread abroad and
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    • not yet accessible to ordinary people, one often hears an objection to
    • was of sight and hearing, with the sense-world accessible to her only
    • of anyone who hears of higher worlds only through the communications of
    • can be heard resounding. Here we recognise the harmony of the Cosmos
    • Sounds unheard of none may hear.
    • world the astral world remains fully present; we hear the devachanic,
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    • forth in the heart, and then the etheric body, the astral body and the
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    • are significant, and everything a child sees or hears affects him in
    • generous-hearted and affectionate people with good thoughts, for these
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    • way in which the brain and heart have been designed. The heart makes
    • his astral body. The physical heart keeps the circulation of the blood
    • in order; the astral body incessantly attacks the heart, because it
    • craves for things harmful to the heart. Coffee, tea, alcohol, are poisons
    • for the heart, yet the heart often has to cope with them every day,
    • been heard with Devachanic ears. After existing for a certain period
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    • Brown-man hears the thunder and sees the lightning and this language
    • he can understand; his God speaks to him in this language. He hears
    • his God speaks to him. He hears the water rippling in the brook, and
    • is brewing. Everywhere he can hear his God speaking, and the lesson
    • to express what he heard in this way, he would embody it in a sound
    • of this a yearning for the Divine arose once more in man. In his heart
    • are of much later origin. The ancient Indian felt in his heart that
    • heart; I must follow after Him towards a higher spiritual condition.”
    • picture of the world will prevail. Generally we hear that Copernicus
    • the future we shall hear something very different and stand in quite
    • now brings to us in a different form. When we are reborn, we shall hear
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    • is it for me to hear about occult things from others when I cannot see
    • hearers, through the very fact of having first given him their trust,
    • that you hear the clatter of horses' hooves, and when you wake
    • up you realise that you were hearing the ticking of the clock by your
    • may dream that she is on her way to church; she enters; she hears the
    • hears the cock crowing outside!
    • of your heart or a feeling of being hot may be represented in a dream
    • to the stage of spiritual hearing. While he is still at the first stage
    • are valid for the astral plane; devachanic hearing is valid only in
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    • on the right side of the body at the level of the heart. The inward
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    • enlightened, trained confessors have heard from certain penitents who
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    • these moments they can be heard groaning; other reactions can be
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    • what lives in the sunshine! One's heart can rejoice in such
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    • enter heart and stomach in the proper way but wants to flood them: in
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    • but with their whole heart, with all their human capacities, they
    • callers — or for hearty jollities either! They do have an
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    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
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    • think very, very well. One sees nothing, hears nothing, but one can
    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
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    • when I hear them say, “The first thing we must do is to join
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    • heart. But nothing will be accomplished unless in contrast to all the
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    • enlightened, trained confessors have heard from certain penitents who
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    • these moments they can be heard groaning; other reactions can be
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    • what lives in the sunshine! One's heart can rejoice in such
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    • enter heart and stomach in the proper way but wants to flood them: in
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    • but with their whole heart, with all their human capacities, they
    • callers — or for hearty jollities either! They do have an
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    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
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    • seeing, hearing, and the other sense activities are suppressed. At
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    • when I hear them say, “The first thing we must do is to join
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    • heart. But nothing will be accomplished unless in contrast to all the
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    • the heart and mind of the Hebrew pupil of old when he brought to life
    • his hearers a mental image corresponding with what he himself sees in
    • what lived in the heart of the Hebrew sage of old in the word
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    • character of its sounds directs the heart and mind towards those
    • sound of which the sense-perceptible tone which the ear hears is only
    • not of course hear a noise in the external air, but you hear the tone
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    • begin to hear quite a different language in the Genesis account.
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    • higher standpoint. Those of you who heard the lectures which I gave
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    • utterly incapable of penetrating to the real heart of Goethe's
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    • of reverence for what resounds in our hearts from far-off ages. We
    • human soul which draws men's hearts to seek once more for a
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    • to happen that voices were heard, and these voices taken as
    • for anyone who begins to hear voices to cultivate the greatest
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    • he could come back, to hear what he himself is supposed to have said
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    • heard some of my earlier lectures, and also those who have studied
    • their whole hearts in the moment of receiving this revelation of the
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    • hearers readily realise how difficult it is to reach the depths upon
    • anthroposophical teaching so to permeate our hearts as to lift us
    • perception, to an ever larger-hearted comprehension of the world.
    • which sinks into the soul of the hearer only to spring up again and
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    • hearers who were able to understand it: that the old spiritual vision
    • Men must learn to feel these things deeply in their hearts. We
    • This is the thought that we should carry in our hearts and minds
    • to rise up from the depths of our hearts and souls and enter into our
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    • tenets of belief that have been instilled into the hearts of men
    • central nerve of Buddhism. And the Christian, too, hears of a
    • hears that one of these Bodhisattvas — born 600 years before our
    • comforts and uplifts our hearts, on whom we lean; do not give us,
    • peoples and nations to the extent to which men open their hearts to
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    • evolution of mankind; it is to this that the human heart and mind must
    • with that picture; we must hear the words of the Angels who, when we
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    • the human heart and awakened the consciousness that above and on all
    • heart.
    • contribute. For it is hardly possible anywhere else to hear about the
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    • In the very heart of these lands, enwreathed as they are by myth
    • than a poetic image — that in the very hearts of these people
    • senses: the eyes for seeing, the ears for hearing, and all the other
    • can hear tones, be aware of scents, see colours on surfaces —
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    • able, in the heart even of one who is seeking death, to vanquish the
    • through the hearts of men. Primal wisdom flowing from divine-spiritual
    • worlds brought blessing to human hearts in times when men were still
    • We hear to-day no more than echoes of the depths here contained.
    • Lightning in the formations of the air, and we hear the rolling
    • upwards, men see the lightning, hear the thunder, and say to
    • heard by Moses in the burning thorn-bush, Who spoke to him in the
    • — this is the call that echoes in our hearts from the spiritual
    • bells of Easter. And when we hear these bells, all doubt of the
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    • of meaning as the Easter festival is that they make our hearts and
    • human hearts and human breasts. Men without number learned the great
    • through a spiritual life the hearts of men can become mature enough to
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    • that Rittelmeyer could have heard. Certainly we may find in them an
    • imitates what it hears; but that in the early days of talking it has
    • there has come to human souls and human hearts some degree of
    • those who on the physical plane have never heard of the Christ-event
    • guiding Spirit of the world, when to-day our heart urges us towards
    • we often hear faith, hope, love, which is incorrect; for you cannot
    • perceptions, something to inspire men to enter into the depth of heart
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    • assume that one parent had the dream, and the other, hearing it when
    • observe the form of an altar, and allow our hearts to respond to this
    • even hostile towards it, we ought not to take it too much to heart. It
    • here in Nuremberg, you heard a description of this coming catastrophe,
    • For those who have heard lectures I am giving in various places just
    • that can help us to get to the heart of a matter. The one helpful
    • words will flow directly to men's hearts, into their souls, like a
    • force carrying to hearts and souls a full conviction of the eternal,
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    • world cry in these times to our hearts, even to those who do not wish
    • to penetrate into the spiritual world, but whose hearts are
    • We have all got ears, but we each hear in our own way. We all have
    • consider, you are now hearing this lecture, which lasts perhaps one
    • sitting here, I may say: it would be possible to hear infinitely more
    • are hearing. Indeed, it would be possible to gather much more from all
    • you will work upon much of what you are now in a position to hear. You
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    • our matters in the deepest depths of their hearts and have completely
    • souls and hearts of men with pain and sorrow, though fill them also
    • deeply in their hearts that its force became truly cosmically
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    • is the same when they hear a symphony, or music of that sort.
    • beauty streams to them from what rays forth out of the hearts and
    • say: ‘The heart must often direct our Karma.’ And if one
    • transcends that which the heart indicates as Karma, and lets reason
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    • and heard with spiritual ears. So that what I have already explained
    • although excessively soft-hearted man, was firmly convinced of
    • out in weeping and sobbing. Even in the corridor one heard his dull
    • excusable was the fact that the above-mentioned soft-hearted
    • of it or not. ‘While he lay thus with throbbing heart, an impulse
    • conversation in a dark corridor, he thought he heard the name of
    • several people were conversing he heard the name of Markus Freund.
    • who happened to be the soft-hearted magistrate who at the time had
    • grace of God the poor devil is now free,” the soft-hearted one
    • to pass. Finally, he overhears a conversation, whereby he learns that
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    • not only organs of sight, hearing, touch, taste, but quite different
    • retain this in their hearts, nor give forth in the right way what they
    • have in their hearts. For instance, a person was told — this
    • feeling in the human heart of union with the spiritual world:
    • hearts. One can hardly conceive anything more lovable than Whitsuntide
    • they were put to bed, very tired, and did not hear the midnight bells.
    • These children had thus never yet heard the midnight bells. Now they
    • field on a glacier. They heard behind them the crackling of the
    • The children sat thus through the night. They heard nothing of the
    • the souls and hearts of men, is based on the foundation of what was
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    • example. All religions have symbols. We hear much about these today,
    • spiritual organism which perceives, sees, hears and so on through the
    • animals as eyes and ears in order to see and hear the world.
    • these words; nevertheless, when they hear this narrative, through
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    • bones: hammer, anvil and stirrup — quite minute bones. Hearing
    • with the sense of hearing, is that hearing is the sense which raises
    • complement to the passive sense of hearing. What in the plant is
    • simply a sense of orientation has become in man the sense of hearing,
    • organ of hearing is an inhabitant of the mental plane. This is why we
    • in the organ of hearing the old residue of the sense of direction. He
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    • the heart. Then he can transfer his consciousness into other things;
    • future only three organs will remain; the heart as Buddhi-organ, the
    • instance, Digitalis purpurea (foxglove) is connected with the heart
    • and can therefore still be rightly used as a heart remedy. Nowadays
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    • and speech i.e. larynx; heart and pituitary gland (hypophysis); eye
    • We have now heard that warmth has its own life on the Buddhi or the
    • space, then at any time one can hear again a sound which someone has
    • spoken. For instance one can hear what was spoken by Caesar at the
    • In the perception of sound one hears the wisdom of the world. In the
    • hears or speaks man expresses himself directly in wisdom. At the
    • speech, so the parallel organ to the warmth of the heart is the
    • pituitary gland, the Hypophysis. The heart takes up the warmth from
    • the warmth of the world in the heart and lets it stream forth again
    • achieved, the heart will have become the organ it was intended to be.
    • must be washed in the blood of the heart.’ Then our heart's blood
    • sight. In the course of evolution the organs of hearing, warmth and
    • vision (eye) and the organ of warmth (heart). Today fantasy is the
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    • beings able to sacrifice themselves; 7. The actual gods. Heart and gall.
    • to be found in the human form, in actual fact in the heart, in the
    • man kama-rupic? It is the heart with the veins and the blood that
    • pulsates through the body. The heart has a physical part and an
    • it was only the etheric man which was held to be important. The heart
    • has also an astral part. The etheric heart is connected with the
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    • You will often have heard that man usually incarnates after a period
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    • and hearing. In time man will develop two other senses into proper
    • Hearing
    • sense of hearing. Here we no longer perceive a condition of the body
    • disclose of its inner nature. Hearing is a uniting with what reveals
    • heart will then express itself in oscillations, and flow outwards
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    • the human eye or heart, which are also physical. The eye and heart are
    • connected with the development of the heart and the circulation of the
    • blood. The heart of the fish has remained stationary at a halfway
    • The development of the heart is proportionate to the
    • The warm blood and the heart are the organ of Kama (astral body).
    • physical body. The physical heart is indeed very clever; the stupid
    • one is the astral body, that directs into the heart all kinds of heart
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    • present day do not take root in human hearts, for in future times they
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    • sometimes hear them tell of such things, in their earliest years, so
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    • is mere wisdom; this must be overcome. True wisdom lies in the heart;
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    • but on what conditions surround it. Hearing is in no way dependent on
    • sight, then touch and hearing. We can now ask: What is warmth and
    • life ether, hearing perceives the air. A sixth and a seventh sense
    • The human heart as it came into being was akin to what had taken place
    • outside. The moment one sinks oneself into the heart, one creates for
    • heart came into existence. If one concentrates on the activity of the
    • heart, one can conjure up the entire environment of the Lemurian Age
    • when the heart was formed. The Lemurian landscape rises up within us.
    • Whoever concentrates on the heart sees the genesis of the human
    • heart. Through concentration on a particular organ, corresponding
    • deep sleep. In this condition man heard the Word. It was the condition
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    • begin with, we shall hear something about the origin of such illnesses
    • East where one can hear true reports that there are sects who make it
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    • instead of inner perception, we have practical knowledge. So we hear
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    • article “Heartbeat and Pulsation,” in which quite
    • contemplate the spirit in material existence, in our heart we may
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    • human soul, in the human heart. The feeling of dawn within the human
    • their hearts, far out into cosmic space.
    • which filled their souls and hearts. They did not, however, look for
    • initiates waited, and again at night-time they made their hearts
    • perception. He does not render up all the questions of his heart to
    • you will hear the same thing from them all. Such a man may perhaps
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    • From all you have heard in Anthroposophy it will be clear to you from
    • back from Venus, were audible to a kind of inner hearing.
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    • You can see that if one gets to the heart of these matters, with a
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    • upon hearing the alluring voice of a being strange to him, to his own
    • in the innermost recesses of the heart.
    • with the intentions that I have at heart but is also accompanied by
    • hearts, too, of our self-sacrificing painters, Volkert, Linde, Hass
    • were busy rehearsing from morning to night, and on those days Dr.
    • not flow forth from the heart, these words that would point out how,
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    • of whom we have heard in the successive epochs of humanity as
    • already heard in the anthroposophical field. We must be clear that for
    • or the beating of one's heart and pulse in the physical body.
    • the activity of the lotus flower in the region of the heart, as you
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    • that it is possible to see; if the ears are prepared, they hear
    • its way through, as though heart or lungs would force themselves
    • Seraphim, of all this we shall hear more in the next lecture.
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    • You then hear it pointed out that the only true way must be to go
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    • inclination among people nowadays) prepare the heart and soul to enter
    • profane external life, and flows into the heart and soul of the
    • of time (whoever has heard my earlier lectures will know that this
    • communion when afterwards they meditate upon what they have heard or
    • look back to these days in Munich. In farewell, I heartily greet the
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    • us. It may be that when we hear a piece of music or see a painting we
    • heard. And when one has this impression, one knows: Thou hast seen
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    • may really feel that he speaks to our heart from outside, we feel
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    • experience on the physical plane, which when heard for the first time
    • hearkens to Spiritual Science in the right way there is nothing
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    • of and fills the hearts and minds of men. When one sees these things,
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    • into the hearts of men. Put these two facts side by side and ask
    • which must emerge as an inward and truly heartfelt social demand,
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    • because they hear the word ‘Christ,’ that the preacher is
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    • “Do I not hear
    • made to hear what the Christ is saying for our present age, then it
    • Gottlieb Fichte. You will have heard and learnt a great deal about
    • was indeed a pure impulse of the heart, the human heart. But the very
    • usual, one hears that someone has said: “He speaks quite in the
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    • — violet. Goethe heard of it in this way: the physicists
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    • call “bodily colours”. Please take these things to heart
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    • going on around us when we hear sounds. We can say to ourselves that
    • unless the air in our environment is vibrating we shall not hear any
    • through our organs of hearing. The vibrations of the air beat on our
    • organ of hearing, and when they do so we perceive the sound. Now the
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    • Such, in reality is hearing. The real process of hearing —
    • hearing of the differentiated sound or tone — is, as you see,
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    • distance and hear the report some time later, just as you hear the
    • air and we may therefore say that when we hear any sounding body
    • hearing”, what is really there outside me are these
    • hearing: the ear alone is no reality, though it is nearly always
    • your active speaking and on the other hand your hearing. Then you
    • intelligent or perceptive way in your hearing and in a more
    • fundamentally different from my hearing. When I am seeing, the same
    • thing happens in my eye as when I hear and speak at the same time.
    • body in sound or hearing, then you will realize that in seeing, in
    • understand what you were hearing, you first repeated it aloud. Such
    • to someone and at the same time repeating what you heard, word for
    • with hearing alone, for this is but a single factor of the dual
    • the outer world mere oscillations are going on when you hear sound?
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    • our reason. We see with our eyes and hear with our ears. All that
    • realization in our hearts and minds will give the consciousness we
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    • presented to his senses. He sees colours and light, hears sounds, is
    • see that colour, I hear these sounds,’ and so on. In the
    • nothing. Now for a certain reason of which we shall hear a great deal,
    • be heard; if there is knocking, commonsense can no longer deny it.
    • see with our eyes and hear with our ears arouses in us certain
    • differences in quality between what the eyes see and the ears hear and
    • And if, on the other hand, we were to hear the mystic describing his
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    • smell, and finally of hearing. In this gradual cessation of the inner
    • sleep, to stop speaking, tasting, hearing, and so forth. A power is
    • You have heard that when this influence is being exerted in sleep a
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    • We have heard in previous lectures that in respect of his inner being,
    • structure of the human heart or brain, or of each single part of the
    • contemplating the marvelous structure of the heart or brain, it is
    • wonderful structure of the physical heart or brain can be observed
    • are steeped in melancholy; there is sadness in our hearts. In the
    • As the blood flows in living circulation from the heart to the organs
    • and from the organs back again to the heart, so did the Sun reveal
    • We have now heard how with his normal consciousness man is enclosed
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    • deepest ground of his heart this feeling of thankfulness to the
    • We have heard that the Cosmic Will streams through us as the power of
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    • We heard yesterday how a man would be able to find his bearings within
    • As we shall hear in the next lectures, it is possible today to attain
    • the process we have heard of certain qualities which one who is
    • through his Initiation. Yesterday we heard of astral qualities —
    • eyes saw, the ears heard and what confronted him in the outer world is
    • We shall hear in the next lecture what has now to be done in order
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    • We have heard that the difficulties are mainly due to the fact that on
    • have heard how man has then expanded as it were into the Macrocosm,
    • the Microcosm. We also heard that what a man would experience if his
    • Initiation and thus being able eventually to hear from him a
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    • kind confront one who enters into the Macrocosm. As we have heard, man
    • to the one of which we have spoken. Everywhere you will hear this or
    • will be able to read and hear it said: “One” can know this,
    • We have now heard how our own nature is related to the Elementary
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    • we see or hear; but what we do let through is what has formed the
    • another near the heart, and so on. These spiritual sense-organs —
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    • The Thinking of the Heart.
    • THE THINKING OF THE HEART.
    • meditation pictures that are taken from life and speak to the heart,
    • only be called thinking of the heart. This is something that
    • localised in the head were now localised in the heart. This does not
    • mean the physical heart but the spiritual organ that develops in the
    • neighbourhood of the heart, the twelve-petalled lotus-flower. This
    • development and this thinking of the heart is very different from
    • of heart-thinking.
    • thinking, the thinking of the heart, is a reason for discarding
    • with the heart. Then there remains with him a certain habit of
    • of the heart.
    • someone hears a statement in one lecture about a subject, and in
    • course of lectures someone has heard it stated that a human being
    • through the thinking of the heart we have acquired a strong enough
    • To develop the thinking of the heart we must have the power to go out
    • heart. All true presentations of the higher worlds proceed from the
    • thinking of the heart although outwardly they often seem to be purely
    • been experienced with the heart and must be cast into forms of thought
    • That is where the thinking of the heart differs from subjective
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    • At any rate, those who have heard only these lectures will be able to
    • this can be done from different standpoints. We have heard of the
    • logic, or thinking, of the heart in contrast to what is known in
    • In yesterday's lecture it was made clear that the logic of the heart
    • heart is not yet permeated by the logic of the head and of the
    • when the heart judged out of the sub-consciousness, out of a
    • faculty of the heart is permeated with concepts, with ideas, in brief,
    • We can look towards a future humanity when the logic of the heart will
    • a lower, namely, the logic of the heart. Whereas on the lower level it
    • logic of the heart, from the thinking of the head to the thinking of
    • the heart, do the other faculties of the soul change too? Let us
    • higher spiritual level, thinking of the heart. What is there to be
    • becomes heart-thinking and his ordinary memory changes into a
    • trouble. Harmony must prevail between the logic of the heart and the
    • the principle which the pupil must take to heart, namely, that
    • cannot say in the same sense that in our physical heart we have an
    • instrument for the logic of the heart. For that is something far more
    • spiritual than the logic of the head, and the heart is not to the same
    • degree the physical organ for the thinking of the heart as is the
    • brain for the thinking of the head. Yet the physical heart provides us
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    • however, such as the thinking of the heart, will evolve together with
    • logic of the heart is not by any means active yet to any great extent
    • possible through the logic of the heart to comprehend fully only in
    • be felt by numbers of human hearts before it is actually
    • he knows that the same sense of truth which lies in his own heart is
    • present in the hearts of all men, and that they, provided only they
    • appeals to the sense of truth in the hearts of men, and leaves it to
    • when the stimulus has taken root in the heart, germinates there and
    • to entirely different conditions. We have heard that even when
    • and they will often be heard saying: “Those people are fools.
    • future? According to yesterday's lecture the human heart is a very
    • transformed. On the Old Moon there was as yet no brain; but the heart
    • fruit, so the Old Moon-heart bore within it the Earth-heart.
    • Through our heart we make ourselves men; through the larynx the
    • Microcosm, we grow into an organism of which the heart is the centre;
    • connected with the heart, the Divine with the larynx.
    • instructions given so lightheartedly nowadays about this or that mode
    • into the heart, it is natural that they should flow through our
    • may well be attained by a hermit, but when the heart is involved, man
    • feels himself drawn to other hearts. Spiritual knowledge is a bond of
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    • out that if we have learned a poem by heart and then wish to
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    • have heard me deal with similar subjects, never in the same
    • prefers to hear only what he has heard before)
    • watch that he had put down nearby. He had heard this ticking
    • stove, we hear it roaring. —
    • The beat of our heart has become stronger, and
    • Who has not heard of a case, if he is familiar with
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    • he cannot see with his eyes or hear with his ears. This is the
    • understanding of Christianity. Whenever I hear such
    • faint-hearted advocates of Christianity I am always
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    • kindly, good-hearted people but had no inclination whatever for spiritual
    • often hears it asked: What is the use of believing in former lives
    • animals, we now feel ourselves united with everything we see or hear;
    • region of the heart. By means of this organ the nature of the earlier
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    • — will come into its own. This should fill our hearts with deep
    • we be astonished when we hear what conditions were like during the
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    • come from afar — our heartiest Christmas greetings. What I
    • this spirit, I extend the heartiest welcome to those friends who have
    • priest of the Roman Catholic Church. He always put his whole heart
    • the heart. Repeatedly he sent through this course of reasoning,
    • words that profoundly touch the heart and soul. They can be
    • this mystic's heart, when he wanted to pass from seeking the
    • through the deep fervor of his heart. His successor, Nicholas
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    • a so-called mystery school of Southeastern Europe. There he heard
    • still lived in the mysteries. The man I referred to above heard about
    • ages. He no longer heard anything original, anything gained by
    • gathered that once upon a time men had indeed been able to hear the
    • dumb and silent world; for he could no longer hear what traditional
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    • above to below, it strikes into my heart. Such a feeling, such an
    • loses the relationship to his own heart, where the blood experiences
    • blood with the heart in the center.
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    • hear, he was not satisfied with Newton, but he was especially struck
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    • hear a sound, outside of me there is vibrating air. In a drawing, I
    • by which one perceived it and the sound by which one heart it, were
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    • that carries us to the sound that we hear. Instead, we should be told
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    • Naturally, people began to think that the heart is really a pump that
    • their own. They never dreamed that the heart is only a sense organ
    • vitality of the fluids, or the etheric body active therein. The heart
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    • the simple heart can receive the observations that are scattered
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    • this heat-being, that the heart, the liver, the lungs differ
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    • portion of our organism, namely the organ of hearing. To the being of
    • conceptual world is really a kind of residue of seeing and hearing and
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    • does not relate itself to the seen or the heard, but it relates
    • Suppose you learn a poem by heart. You will, as you learn it, first
    • speak out something learned by heart. Or on the other hand, that the
    • heart. It will not be more difficult for you, but less so. If you
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    • phenomena of sound in connection with the sense of hearing. But we
    • to the organ of hearing. We must not feel it necessary to identify
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    • to say that what you heard from the first urchin was conducted to the
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    • you to take especially to heart, for the things are now extremely
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    • Thus we reach the heart of Philosophy by imaginative cognition, of
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    • hear how the Being who had before given to man the echo from spiritual
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    • there might be formed in hearts everywhere a basic fount of human
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    • in the physical body and in the etheric body. The physical heart lies
    • the etheric heart, which lies to the right. The greatest difference,
    • astral bodies into the three higher members. Meanwhile, you have heard
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    • Yesterday we heard about
    • first time at death, it is always present. Later on we shall hear about
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    • hear presently that in earlier times, before the separation of the sexes,
    • learned by heart, that is, 1 x 1 = 1, and so on, being a matter of actual
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    • physical heart. It is a marvellous structure, holding its ground all
    • the astral body behave toward the heart? Certainly not always wisely!
    • launches attacks upon the physical heart, which offers resistance. Why?
    • We will now hear why our
    • as you have heard, developed on Saturn. Through the three metamorphoses
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    • as Old Moon. We heard that the first embodiment of our planet was that
    • proved to be ripe for the tests; receptive souls and hearts were not
    • earth was depopulated. We have heard that the bodies had become so
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    • but that they shall be understood by the heart. A man is then strong
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    • We have heard that the
    • foremost of these organs is the human heart, which contains striated
    • muscle. The heart is a veritable nightmare for materialistic anatomy
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    • and who can only see with his eyes, and hear with his ears, —
    • We shall hear why this is so.
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    • Thy heart is dead!
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    • human heart itself. The external light, the light that is born out
    • there in the universe, must today be born also in the human heart.
    • own heart. Christ Himself must be born in man. It was for that reason
    • into His wounds, we have heard His message.” The emphasis is placed on
    • Christmas bells we hear not only the sounds of the church, but also
    • your heart, your senses and your mind. Then they are celebrated
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    • arise in our hearts when, from the standpoint of spiritual science, we
    • Show'st me myself, and my own heart becomes
    • and heart meet them almost with indifference. In many instances today,
    • anatomical study of the heart, learns to know the beautiful
    • how miraculous it is that the heart still continues its harmoniously
    • attained only by the intellect, is reached by the feelings and heart.
    • they are today. They will become implanted in soul and heart in a
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    • acquainted with it today. To begin, we shall hear that most beautiful
    • We shall now hear the words that reflect the deepest meaning of the
    • Christmas Mystery. These words have been heard by the pupils of the
    • rise within them and new seeing, new hearing will awaken within them.
    • hear today of what took place in the lesser Mysteries on Christmas
    • welling and diminishing. The pupils who heard these tones knew that
    • revolution would result in the entire universe of quite unheard-of
    • heard it and understood it, and knew that Tao streamed through the
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • can perceive with our senses, see with our eyes, hear with our ears,
    • We work together in our groups and gatherings; not only do we hear
    • heart, esotericism has already begun; our souls begin at once to be
    • it comes about at last that, instead of hearing these dual tones, our
    • attention is directed from these and we no longer hear them. Then
    • we see with our eyes, or hear with our ears, or that our hands grasp,
    • hearing with our ears, or the intellectual power of our
    • hear nothing, but to let the impression so affect us that something
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    • spiritual beings — as we shall hear in the following lectures.
    • Spirits of the Rotation of Time say, and hears how they order and
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    • with our eyes or hear with our ears, we have something in common with
    • sees with his eyes and hears with his ears. We may even perhaps have
    • — as we shall hear later in the course of these lectures —
    • occultly, be rooted out of his heart; he must, in a certain sense, be
    • heart feels and longs for. Through our inner world, we human beings
    • manner. Suppose a man has a loving heart, and out of this loving heart
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    • means not to see with our eyes, hear with our ears, or think with our
    • in which he sees with his ordinary eyes, hears with his ordinary ears,
    • consciousness, when he sees, hears, and thinks like other men, and in
    • for any intellect, for any eye, to look into the human heart, to gaze
    • separation, perceived in such a way that occult perception hears
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    • experience that we hear in what he says something like an undertone,
    • hear not merely the thoughts, but realise: “This phrase expressed
    • and has sunk into the heart.” If we hear all this as in an
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    • heart, the ego has its essential part, whilst in the organisation of
    • in the heart; or as plant-life is centered in the various organs which
    • system, which we have just discussed, were heard in external science,
    • body. From what we have now heard we can, of course, say that
    • hear in the next lecture why it has a tail and a nucleus under the
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    • is capable of this for longer — of wholeheartedly feeling nothing
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    • signs for that which is so deeply instilled within our hearts. So we
    • hearts with truth, love, and that piety which carries forward the
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    • heard to-day is connected with what was said in the last lecture; and
    • soul, for every human heart, if only we understand it rightly.
    • into our hearts that it becomes a life-force within us, a living hope;
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    • will become permeated with the Christ. In his heart he will thirst for
    • heart, as expression of the purified ego. Christ said, therefore,
    • “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”
    • Thus, we are shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the
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    • I thank you from my heart for the kind words of the General Secretary
    • things and truths which touch us all so closely. I offer you a hearty
    • the Gospels became nourishment for the hearts and souls of innumerable
    • occurred to them. How their hearts warmed, how their feelings swelled
    • to them the main thing. What formed itself in their hearts, what
    • Life-dreams would have sprung from his heart, and then full
    • flow into my soul; if I take it up in my heart, if I suffuse my Ego
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    • hearts are to be strong for work on earth. But this already shows that
    • hearty respect, and full recognition of the core of truth in all
    • that the initiation-principle can penetrate into man's heart in such a
    • that spiritual fact which is tested by the hearts of men, will first
    • Buddha is” so would the Buddhist who had grasped the true heart
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    • tenderness, with a pitying heart, how this gives to the child in this
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    • have heard in various ways and perhaps read in cycles, how in ancient
    • history was so enrapturing, so appealing to the human heart, that even
    • derived from the Gospels, that the child-like heart took possession
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    • Nowadays you continually hear: “That is my standpoint.”
    • that a man should have a sound will and a sound heart so that he can
    • be so strong that they stream down through the heart and through the
    • heart too, and not merely thoughts. Best of all is for thoughts to
    • have a heart. And that has been lost altogether. We cannot cast off
    • centuries. But these thoughts must get a heart as well!
    • could only hear clichés. An unsocial element presented itself
    • thought to pulse through the will and the heart.
    • stout-heartedness in cultural life. Where is it then? — so asks
    • they did not break through it. Besides, being cold in heart they did
    • the young with their warm hearts not articulate yet, but warm. This
    • the ground from under my feet. The warmth of my heart is breaking
    • heart-quality and are quite consciously striven for just because of
    • undone by abstract writings. Anyone who has a heart within him and
    • their very heart's blood flows into their words. Then the empty
    • heart's blood will pulse through what they have in their heads;
    • it dry or cold. We must find this light, while preserving the heart's
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    • and we hear the names from the old, but they do not tally because the
    • for example. For the most part people hear about the Waldorf School
    • something quite different from what they ought to hear. They hear
    • which one hears about other kinds of education or educational reform.
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    • most incredible twaddle is heard when people suddenly feel themselves
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    • through life and meeting individuals we must have an open heart —
    • warm-hearted relation between man and man; beyond routine to the
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    • capable of reaching. But the men of that age had no desire to hear
    • one's grandfather: “Have you heard that there were once
    • like a thorn in the flesh. This thorn enters their heart and they
    • have to tear out from their heart what is living. Many still overlook
    • their living heart — the thorn which the head produces out of
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    • human heart in the West during the past centuries, we can but say:
    • has resounded from human hearts, but that the questioning will go on
    • like the early flush of dawn. You will often have heard those fine
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    • education, for example, has been discussed, I have often heard it
    • one might begin like that but very soon one heard: No, there is to be
    • was taboo. The man who knew his subject was only heard from the
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    • time in which souls were incarnated who could no longer hear from
    • heart plays no part. But try for once really to think actively and
    • you will see how the heart is then engaged; if one succeeds in
    • our thinking — the force of a stout heart. If you do not seek
    • heart, if you do not try on this path to suck in that spiritual life
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    • have heard something, may believe something on authority. But one
    • head, heart and will. The seven-foldness of grammar, dialectic,
    • heart and that is impossible. If it is torn out it withers way. For
    • of mind and heart. All our present culture is expressed in a withered
    • life of mind and heart. And, secondly, understanding of man is not to
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    • such nonsense. On the other hand there are people who either hear or
    • heart of the growing human being. This question takes different forms
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    • heart and the rest of his organism is concerned, as if he had nothing
    • particularly disposed to feel in his heart what meets him in the
    • clearly, our age does not hear them. Our age is terribly unreceptive
    • is heart-breaking to witness children being educated to define a
    • the beating of their heart again and not merely add something to
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    • intellectuality as he could master through forces of the heart. Now,
    • and slays the heart. Why is this so? It comes about because man can
    • penetrated right into the human heart, into the human soul, and has
    • the dragon has devoured him. This lived in the hearts of many human
    • education we must have a heart. We must learn — speaking
    • hearts and then to transform what you carry in your hearts into
    • lost. But what he receives into his heart, the heart preserves and
    • carried away in your hearts, in the whole of your being, then, my
    • your hearts. If hearts have found some connection with what is meant
    • chief thing will be that in our hearts we have found each other; then
    • hearts.
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    • anyone who has a heartfelt interest in the endeavors of
    • by hearing, seeing, and perceiving. We are completely awake there. We
    • How often today do we hear people say: we must think thus and so about
    • teaches thus and so” is very frequently heard, and at the
    • communicates something to me, then I hear his words, his words sound
    • to hearing what the other person says as sounding out of the spiritual
    • appeal to any of my present hearers! But what I want to say is that
    • when he told us something dear to our heart; if we remember the
    • common action — in short, something which made our hearts beat as
    • one; if we recall vividly this mutual beating of our hearts: then all
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    • hearts only spiritual thoughts.
    • their rights? — How often do we hear people say today: Why do the
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    • that a woman is hysterical and has spasms — heart spasms
    • faint in a heart spasm, but they fall as a rule on the rug, not
    • and cold hearts.”
    • with thick skulls and cold hearts. The idea of God” (he
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    • This does not make us hardhearted and unwilling to help them
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    • sounds or something of the kind. These are heard just like any
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    • have already heard from me. When the human being passes
    • mirrored upon the surface of our heart, liver, spleen, and so
    • us study the heart with the same idea. For spiritual-scientific
    • research, the heart is an extraordinarily interesting organ.
    • knowledge of the heart rather lightly. It looks upon the heart
    • absurd can be believed, for the heart has nothing to do with
    • agility of the astral body and ego, and the heart's movement is
    • is autonomous, and the heart only brings to expression the
    • movement caused by these forces. The heart is in fact only the
    • organ that manifests the movement of the blood, the heart
    • and he was furious about the idea that the heart should not be
    • its own vitality, that the heart is simply inserted in the
    • Well, something is reflected from the surface of the heart
    • the heart. For what is thrown back from the heart are the pangs
    • is reflected from the heart. Spiritual cognition of the heart
    • because everything connected with the heart forces is
    • heart are the karmic propensities, the tendencies of our
    • karma. It is revoltingly foolish to speak of the heart as a
    • mere pumping mechanism, for the heart is the organ which,
    • systems, in lung, kidney, liver, and heart, after making a
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    • disembodied soul. It does not even hear or perceive what one expresses
    • even causes pain if one must hear the utterance: There are good
    • anthroposophical basis, is heard and understood by the so-called dead.
    • the spiritual world. He sees and hears with it in the spiritual world,
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    • Now let us hear the great, beautiful legends of Zarathustra. As his
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    • occult connection with the human heart and with the blood.
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    • we perceive through the sense of hearing. During the further
    • fire will acquire great influence on what lives in the human heart.
    • The human heart will really have this fire. At first this seems to be
    • will live in his heart, so that during the sixth root-race he will no
    • organ of the heart”, (see p.185).
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    • you could hear or read that it means this or that — a triangle,
    • instructions, then he learns to hear a real music that wells through
    • clairvoyance in devachan hear the movements of the heavenly bodies.
    • speaking of a celestial harmony. With spiritual ears one can hear it.
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    • fullness or completeness. You will often hear it said in popular
    • heart,
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    • the kind of hearts they have today if the lion did not exist out
    • constituted heart. To be sure, everywhere in nature there are obscure
    • relationships. When, in the far remote past, the human heart acquired
    • divine artistic skill fashioned the heart from it. You may feel that
    • the human heart has nothing leonine in it; that it does is
    • withdraw the essence of the heart and form a being from it that
    • corresponds to this heart — that is, a being formed in such a
    • Plato, also placed the kingly soul in the heart.
    • hear a description of the men of that time. Only gradually was the
    • which, to be sure, has a great future connection with the heart. At
    • you hear my words. Through the fact that this sound fills the air and
    • There the music of the spheres can be heard, tones that swell and
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    • could hear anything more in them nowadays than just words and again
    • and the Rishis had seen, it would have grasped, while hearing on the
    • Angels, that these were one and the same thing. It would have heard
    • Mights (Dynamis). When they heard Jupiter mentioned, they would have
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    • to be said which many of you have already heard. But even apart from
    • the fact that there are many listeners here who have not yet heard
    • And so we heard yesterday, that when that ancient Saturn had
    • who have already followed me in this domain, it is not new to hear
    • can still be heard echoes of that mighty fight of the heavens. O, it
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    • to-day. We heard yesterday that the present Saturn represents the
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    • Thus, when you hear of the Buddhas, for they do not speak of the one
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    • human body from rest to movement — this is the heart. Here,
    • heart; but this could only originate because at that same point the
    • movement was brought to a standstill. Through this, the heart is that
    • speech. The heart was called the Lion within the body. Primeval
    • foundations of the human heart? They pointed upwards, and named the
    • been formed by the Animal Circle or Zodiac. The heart was formed by
    • Leo the Lion. Near the heart, the cage of the ribs, which is
    • necessary for the protection of the heart, was called the
    • before the inclusion of the heart. Another name for the breastplate
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    • Cosmos, heard for the first time, some things should remain
    • the sign of the Lion the beginning of the heart was formed; the ribs
    • cage, for the Crab; the heart, for the Lion; and thus they came to
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    • with physical eyes, or hear in them with physical ears, can we learn
    • sphere to building organs in our physical body which could not hear
    • with our eyes and hear with our cars is only a small part of life.
    • the bodily forces, assuming the shapes of the liver, the heart, the
    • by the expression brain, heart, etc., what wonderful instruments and
    • constructing such wonderful instruments as the heart, the brain, etc.
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    • see with their eyes, hear with their ears, and so on, it was natural
    • for men of that time not only to see colours and hear in the outer
    • time not only to hear the voice of conscience but also to perceive
    • external sense world and to find the upper gods hears that somewhere
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    • have laid our hands in His wounds, and have heard His words on the
    • that the Word streaming forth from them enabled hearts and souls to
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    • sense-perceptions; compare, for instance, the sense of hearing with
    • that of sight. It is evident that as regards hearing, if we look in
    • movement, air in regular motion. If our instrument of hearing is
    • what is called hearing. But the inner experience of hearing and the
    • not such a simple thing as hearing, though physicists have made it
    • is much more objective than what is sense through hearing. We
    • the five senses: sight, hearing, smell, taste and touch. When
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    • Hardly anyone can say that he has heard as much about spiritual
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  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • as the complicated physical human body, with heart, kidneys, eyes,
    • this physical body — say, the heart or the lungs — we can
    • encounter today as the heart existed on the old Saturn. Only
    • conditions. Consider, for example, the human heart. True, as
    • of the old Sun, the heart was dependent upon the forces governing
    • its forces acted upon the heart from without. Here the heart
    • Sun, and Moon were united again and worked upon the heart. After a
    • acted upon the heart from without. So, being among the oldest human
    • organs, the heart comprises a Sun element, a Moon element, a second
    • If these elements of the heart accord, as in the cosmic
    • harmony, the heart is healthy; if any one element preponderates, it
    • heart, larynx, brain, and so forth, but since all these elements are
    • hearing, and sight. We shall see what confusion reigns in this
    • it must figure in the list just as does hearing or smell. Nobody can
    • sense of hearing.
    • much confusion exists — we hear of a sense of imitation, a
    • sound is not mere hearing because the latter tells us only of the
    • first years, exactly like hearing and sight. We cannot alter what a
    • speak of touching. Hearing we can no longer describe as
    • between hearing and sight. Scientists talk about light waves in the
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    • Now we enter the realm of hearing, the eighth sense.
    • of hearing? The human etheric body. But this human etheric body, as
    • the sense of hearing to meet what the tone brings. On the wings of
    • than the Angels. They enable man to hear a sound. They are in man.
    • They enable him not only to hear a tone — say a G or a C-sharp
    • hear. These beings are at the same time the Spirits of the several
    • In the sense of hearing the Angels give outer expression
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    • concept, but in its everyday meaning. That is, I hear a word spoken
    • once more to the sense of tone or hearing and to the sense of speech
    • with the formation of a concept. If we were able, in hearing a
    • unconsciously in the sense of sound. When we hear an “a”
    • have no harmonics. In a harmony, therefore, we hear not only the
    • comprehendingly heard. A sound comes into being when a melody is
    • when we hear a word we understand its meaning by means of the word
    • sounds. While the sound we hear is a different one in every language
    • heart the third organ develops, the twelve-petal lotus flower, the
    • heart or brain, and it is the same with spiritual matters. Not only
    • to hearing a tone. When we see a color, we say, for instance, it is
    • than the diagram of the human heart with its four chambers:
    • That is the way the human heart came into being. When we
    • consider all that the human heart achieves — the co-operation
    • will be borne in upon us that the spirit had to build the human heart
    • transformation of the brain into an eye, and the build of the heart.
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    • otherwise, that our heart, our eyes, inevitably had to become exactly
    • in addition to the asymmetrical organs (heart, liver, stomach, etc.)
    • because he can hear, can listen to something that the sense of sound
    • speech? If he was to learn to speak, not just to hear, it was
    • fundamentals themselves, and mentally hear only the harmony produced
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    • If you heard the recitation of the poem, The
    • version you heard yesterday is such as the mature soul of his ripe
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    • Would read the symbols' lofty purport, and o'erhear
    • What, on a holy night, they saw and felt and heard.
    • perceptions be those of color, smell, or hearing; that is the
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    • endeavoring to compare the youthful Goethe's poem you just heard
    • The poem you heard yesterday (Eleusis) was
    • breast. Today, you heard another poem by the young Goethe that needed
    • hear the first tone, the second, third, and so forth, in order; in a
    • play you hear the various parts one after another, then you've
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    • it was, above all, the end of the sermon that went to her heart. The
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • that the Christmas Festival can bring home to our hearts if we regard
    • life again a mood which filled men's hearts in an age when wisdom
    • studied anatomy know how marvellously the heart is constructed and
    • hearts and souls. They will be points of focus in the year uniting us
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    • Christ will be resurrected within them and new vision, new hearing
    • hear of the enactments in the lesser Mysteries. Everywhere it was the
    • resounded through the space around them. Hearing these tones, the
    • sound rang forth: TAO — That am I. The man of Atlantis heard and
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • The hearts and minds of those who in the early centuries of our era
    • lost, as we have heard. And yet ... although the error would seem to
    • revelation from the heavenly heights. And when the human heart can
    • Come listen to me and hear my song
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    • men's hearts and feelings in such a way that something wonderfully
    • very depths of the human heart. Yet in itself it is not quite
    • hymns commonly used to move the human heart — for in their egoism men
    • others spoke to the human heart, awakened in the human heart feelings
    • What was it that kindled in men's hearts the idea which then, in the
    • the hearts of those in whom, later on, the feeling for Jesus arose.
    • whatever is anchored in the heart's understanding, remains a
    • trivialities of which we so often hear in religious teachings to-day,
    • stirring our hearts to the depths. These are truths which flow through
    • Does it not cut to the very heart that we ourselves should be living
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    • feeling and is always dear to the human heart.
    • heart possessed a certain power of clairvoyance which came over them
    • One often hears it said to-day that the teachings given in the
    • heart when it is kindled to acts of will, in the heavens when the sun
    • Secrets of the cosmos were thus revealed to the hearts of the simple
    • simple shepherds in the fields because of their purity of heart. We
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    • festival in the feelings and hearts of men. It must be remembered that
    • intended to nourish the souls and hearts of all men upon the earth.
    • centuries from the minds and hearts of men to the Jesus Child in the
    • Christendom by so many hearts has little by little become more or less
    • return to their ancestors. The Christian turns his mind and heart to
    • and through this revelation peace rings forth from the hearts of men
    • souls and hearts to-night. They try to express, out of consciousness
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    • must be celebrated in man's inmost heart, that any outward celebration
    • deeply and inwardly into the experiences of every human heart, every
    • The hearts of men were yearning for a vista, a conception of the
    • of the human heart, and the longing for it, has been one of life's
    • a world of loving Creator-Spirits. Who, after hiding us in their heart
    • Those whose hearts are kindled by spiritual science feel and know that
    • of the Initiates can still be heard. When once the magnitude of what
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    • calling to mind some of the things we have heard in the last few
    • You will have heard the two Lectures just given by Dr. Unger, on the
    • that what you then heard rendered by human lips and human thinking,
    • could have been heard in this form 2,500 years ago? It would have been
    • heard the Voice of Conscience. In this way it learnt to establish an
    • hearer. In the earliest times of the Old Indian period the word was
    • closer to the minds and hearts of men.
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    • who had never heard of Anthroposophy would feel at a loss to account
    • when a man can say: ‘As a child I heard of a member of our family
    • special quality in the second half of life. We have all heard of
    • would have had on him if he had heard of the other divisions! He was
    • heart is concerned and which never ceases to occupy us; something to
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    • the luciferic beings. We then hear the words ring forth, words spoken
    • guides had depended on their own hearts alone, they could not have
    • ‘Ten Commandments.’ The people then heard proclaimed through
    • then become; so that out of the spiritual worlds man heard sounding
    • ‘Change your hearts! The Kingdoms of Heaven have
    • Christ Jesus Himself. They hinted to those who had ears to hear that
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    • Inscribe in your hearts that Anthroposophy must be a preparation for
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    • We heard how these two kinds of Initiation were combined in one
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    • and hear of a subject in a different way from one who has not. When we
    • evil deed of murdering his mother, did not, as he would to-day, hear
    • accomplished, no voice of conscience was heard, for in those days the
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    • quality of their hearts and minds leads them to feel enthusiasm for
    • hear it said to-day: ‘What is the use of new Spiritual movements?
    • That way of talking is very, very frequently heard in the outer world.
    • Paul had in his heart and soul, and the idea of the Messiah already in
    • coming age feel a strong impulse to shut out from their hearts
    • hearts urging them towards the denial of the historic Christ? What is
    • had heard at Jerusalem — on the physical plane, as direct
    • day do we hear of a case in which some prominent person may please the
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    • directly to the heart and soul, as well as endeavoring to deal
    • together in order that our hearts and souls may be affected. If in
    • nevertheless take with him a feeling resulting from what he has heard
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    • until we meet those who inwardly need to hear about the spirit, who
    • in the physical world of the heart as well as of the mind and will.
    • for us. Increasingly what we hear spiritually grows meaningful. The
    • in from the cosmos. First we have sensed it, then we have heard it as
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    • the needs and the interests of the heart. Occult vision observes
    • condition rightly and sense it from the heart, we should not merely
    • zealous anthroposophist, the other does not wish to hear anything
    • a matter of the heart, men will act and behave in the
    • in the man who gradually unfolds an understanding in his heart for
    • external understanding of it but really lived in it with his heart
    • feeling in that we are more or less compassionate or hardhearted,
    • The forces of the heart and of feeling, the innermost forces in the
    • firmament after death is filled with what we truly are in heart and
    • So the efforts we make to transform our heart forces are intimately
    • technique that is at work in transforming our heart forces into a
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    • were allowed to listen to how the fire was burning, and as they heard
    • Germans. In the feebly crackling fire one heard, “Deitsch,
    • the Lapps of whom the Estonians are even less fond. One only heard,
    • understanding of the Christ impulse, of what we have heard about
    • more heartfelt and deeper. It will take on the quality of prayer, not
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    • seeks to answer the call, which in our time is perhaps only heard
    • hear a sound, like the one who has no eyes and cannot perceive a
    • nothing will penetrate to him and he will listen but hear nothing.
    • also follows it who merely feels a longing to hear something about
    • are heard. And the voices of the various hierarchical beings can also
    • be heard.
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    • human hearts.
    • make an impression on the heart and mind.
    • of heart and mind escape us because we have been protected unawares
    • of possibilities that they cannot hear what the dead would speak to
    • the hearts of the living.
    • to speak to the hearts of those who have developed a spiritual
    • in his unconscious he harbors an urge, a longing, to hear about
    • can release from our hearts what may be termed anthroposophically as
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    • spiritual science, not in a light-hearted way, as to something that
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    • forces, about which we have heard is among the noblest that can be
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    • earth. From other lectures you will have heard, however, that later
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    • one finds his way to spiritual science out of a deep, heartfelt
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    • on the heart, lungs and so forth. All this vanishes in the course of
    • inasmuch as we have expanded to its orbit. The Sun becomes a heart
    • for us. As here we bear the physical heart within our body, so there
    • already heard something of spiritual science by reading cycles of
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    • holy awe: we are overhearing the thought-activity of the cosmos.
    • the hearts and souls of our friends, so that the course of the
    • I might say: “With bleeding heart I declare that the greatest
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    • holy awe: we are overhearing the thought-activity of the cosmos.
    • the hearts and souls of our friends, so that the course of the
    • I might say: “With bleeding heart I declare that the greatest
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    • hopes of victory which has ever taken root in the heart of man has
    • significant feelings, cutting deep into the human heart, of the
    • again to the heart and lungs. What flows back into the lungs is
    • Those who have heard my
    • can hear many people say that they would have not missed pain, for it
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    • should look at the marvellous structure of the heart, of the brain,
    • which makes continual attacks on the wisdom-filled heart. It will
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    • other question — the nature of life. Frequently we hear it said
    • in his life. What man in his heart and mind (Gemüt) transformed
    • We have often heard
    • Have you not heard that
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    • heard lectures from me will know how little I am disposed to join the
    • your heart beat, that same impression is not, however, without effect,
    • shall still hear of exceptional cases, and indeed of very important
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    • world filled with images and all kinds of forms, of hearing perhaps
    • unless the hearer has previously passed through the sphere of absolute
    • than with those which come acoustically — in voices heard and so
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    • else in hearing of sounds — in the case of such false
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    • hear the following: Experiments have been made which show how the
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    • illnesses of the heart. These are things which, inasmuch as they are
    • for us to hear the voice of healing nature because our
    • from hearing. Therefore we must clearly understand that where in one
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    • those very human questions which are able to stir the human heart so
    • from the bottom of my heart. Those who will have the opportunity of
    • hearing further courses, will see that much will be answered of what
    • also who will not be able to hear the summer courses, will later have
    • that which we hear into life, into action and into deeds — and
    • out of the deepest impulse of their hearts; the remainder will not be
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    • heard at the cosmic midnight as if enwoven into rolling cosmic
    • words are spoken that were heard at the end of Scene Three in
    • this kind should work upon our hearts and souls as a counterbalance
    • I've heard them often; for the first time now
    • that Hilary has heard again and again from the place where Romanus
    • remarkable way — he stands there so that literally he hears
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    • beings in this way by considering with all our heart and soul a
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    • perceive them when the eye sees their color or the ear hears their
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    • the truth: The objection we have just heard resembles very much what
    • the alphabet and words I already know. You won't hear anything new
    • they hear about the spiritual world; therefore they reject it.
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    • on the walk he so often took when his heart was heavy, to the Baldes'
    • little cottage. Talking over things with those warmhearted people had
    • disheartening such a conception of the universe is. In his distress,
    • warmth with it as it came down and sank into the hearts and souls of
    • entered into their hearts and their souls, these other beings —
    • was really very fond of Father Felix, he could not altogether hear
    • become what one could call his pupil. He had often heard Benedictus
    • heart had been so enlivened by Dame Felicia's tale.
    • place if we are clear in mind and heart that there must always be
    • heard, with his soul forces strengthened by Felicia. His attitude to
    • Benedictus expected from him. At the time when he had first heard the
    • ourselves entirely to seeing or hearing the things our eyes and ears
    • do in something heard or seen outside. Our thought then becomes as
    • real and concrete as the things we hear or see. That is the middle
    • strengthen and arouse our soul inwardly so that we can hear or see
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    • can no longer see nor hear, no longer are able, to think or feel or
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    • bitter and disheartening as to experience the result of our failure
    • has to come about.” The Manager hears in these few words
    • in his heart will preferably not put it into words. For sometimes
    • thoroughly disheartening. Disheartening, because the occultists are
    • our heart's participation in it, so that we are still together, even
    • the warm enthusiasm alive in us, radiating from an open-hearted,
    • life, our hearts will certainly be united by our enthusiasm and our
    • hearts.
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    • When Goethe in his time traveled from Leipsic to Dresden, he heard
    • meant for children’s heads or angels!” Goethe heard this
    • picture. Everything which we hear about the picture at the present
    • may be that we shall hear something like the following from him: “I
    • people then happen, without previous knowledge, to hear a lecture on
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    • who is faint-hearted and sad about life and existence because in this
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    • form. We see through the word; we do not just hear it but see through
    • hear behind his language the echoing of the life of imagination.
    • still be correct however one feels them, “One only hears of the
    • Romanism. All this boasting of civilization that we often hear today
    • to hear it spoken, is often enough to make one shudder.
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    • always too slow for my desire, starts my heart beating wildly.
    • “Execution, always too slow for my desire, starts my heart
    • bewilderment, on the other hand, can be heard in the words of de
    • trembling. Execution, always too slow for my desire, starts my heart
    • hear why, and Soloviev's conception of the meaning of the Christ event
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    • At any rate, let us receive at least into our hearts this ideal that
    • merely pass over us. Rather, let us preserve it all in our hearts. In
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    • Association have not heard the recent lectures held here, I will not
    • throbbing hearts enter lovingly into our surroundings, we shall see
    • about these earnest matters today. Those who have heard my last
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    • manifest in European culture of which we heard, for instance, in
    • like to hear the truth but only blessedness, as it is often called.
    • of which we have heard. These ahrimanic forces guide in a definite
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    • themselves in heart and soul with the sacred Mystery of Golgotha, and
    • delightful to see from outside, but one does not see into his heart.
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    • aura of the sun, and the priests might write down what they heard from
    • a farmer resembles a person who is not willing to hear that, as well
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • Those of you who heard the last lectures given here will have
    • of their heart, of their soul, of their inner vision. These people
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    • into our hearts, into our souls, that we do not close our eyes to the
    • become the great World-misunderstanding which now fills the hearts and
    • During the years of the war we heard continually the universal lie:
    • frequent occasion to write on our hearts and souls the fact that He
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    • because a certain receptivity is necessary. You have heard this
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    • hear the message that, according to tradition, Christ lived and died
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • own heart, cherishing intercourse with his own inner world, sought his
    • today's misery and want, had that call become a reality in the hearts
    • the innermost heart-forces of those who are still capable of feeling
    • extent. We hear the old Marxist call rising in the East of Europe:
    • hand, we hear a personality like Lenin saying: “Among people of
    • Ought not enough people, when they hear of such a thing as this, be
    • speak to you again of this deep earnestness. My most heartfelt desire
    • hearts of our friends, eyes may in some degree be opened to that which
    • rise in your hearts. This year, 1920, will hold in store many an
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    • and know that they are all connected together, that the heart is
    • from hearing about it, but as one who has attained to and experienced
    • organ, in the heart, the liver and so forth, of the physical organism,
    • triumphs of natural science it may well be said by those with a heart
    • friend, entering into his life with heart and soul until we know him
  • Title: Lecture: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • heart and mind (Gemüt), for man has the feeling that his ego works too
    • to do so. It can instill into the heart and soul of man a religious
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    • should evoke deep down in his heart the feeling that his
    • but only, as we shall hear in the next lectures, precisely by the
    • writhing — even coiling about the heart; but then — behind
    • head — but working down into the heart — the power of
    • the man's heart to the limbs.
    • something not originating in human heads or hearts but in the cosmos.
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    • But when we hear it stated that a Michael Festival must be
    • a warm heart, a love of nature, love for every being. This human
    • remote it is from the warm heartbeat of life. And in correct actions,
    • them: let rather your heart and your Gemüt enter into what
    • — or heard, if it was a lecture instead of a book.
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    • Autumn Festival, Druid and Mythric Mysteries, Organization of the Heart
    • Autumn Festival, Druid and Mythric Mysteries, Organization of the Heart
    • — the movements of the heart, for example, can be symbolized by flames,
    • that the human heart is really a
    • the heart what goes on in the physical functions of the lower body and
    • the eye, so the human heart is in reality a sense organ in its
    • heart, the head, and particularly the cerebellum, perceives the blood
    • organism. The heart is the sense organ for perceiving all this in the
    • Now, to raise this heart as a sense organ to a certain degree of
    • in January from September, and in what way the heart as a sense organ
    • heart organization, his heart-science, which transmitted to him the
    • Mithras followers perceived by means of their heart-science could not
    • something about the heart-science of the old Mithras pupils; for what
    • they really studied when they looked at themselves through their heart
    • We have often heard that in olden times men had not only that
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    • procedure: I examine a human heart today, and then again in a month.
    • human heart, so I know how it has altered in the course of a month.
    • forth; that is, I apply the same method to the human heart that
    • changes in the human heart? I can apply that method to these changes
    • and figure out how this human heart looked three hundred years ago and
    • be quite correct, only this heart was not in existence three hundred
    • the correct method, a statement of what the heart looked like three
    • being: I notice how he walks, I hear how he speaks, I see his
    • It positively hurts to hear people discussing such glorious thoughts
    • attitude of his soul we can perceive the warm heartbeat of a
    • chimeras be brought forth in this way. A consummate human heart is a
    • power of the human heart! But never must it be celebrated by making
    • bring these lectures to a close. It was from an inner need of my heart
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    • in your own heart a sun arises, as it were, out of the morning glow
    • on the surface but they begin to speak. They speak to our hearts in a
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    • have content. The Spartan speeches, which were but seldom heard, were
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    • Goethe says that he heard this remark in the sixties and secretly
    • something and not merely hear something from them.
    • the deeds of babies. In return, one may hear many things from them
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    • other. It is always the case that we must first hear a truth, then
    • other things intervene, and then we hear the same truth again from a
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    • definite forms. And you have heard that while this condition of the
    • experienced by man that he hears it. He experiences it inwardly. Only
    • you must conceive of it as inner experience. He hears it. This
    • something heard and felt as if through the ear. The mystery of the
    • world is heard.
    • heard resounding what I have described and in this resounding there
    • What is it then that man hears? These world-happenings,
    • man is able to hear this speech within him he perceives something
    • heart and soul in the right way for that age what could then be made
    • which his heart thirsted, the right form in which to clothe what he
    • addition to hearing that which sounded forth in the animal creation
    • inwardly accompany what he heard sounding forth, just as in his own
    • which he heard resounding in the creation of the animals after what
    • streamed through his environment. Man heard, and the thing heard was
    • World. Man looked up from what he heard, but he looked up from within
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    • are, both these dicta, so often heard, are altogether beside the
    • question, Reason asked, the heart asked, the will asked, everything,
    • inner fullness of joy, now that he, hearing what the second statue
    • “Receive the Word and the Power of this Being into thy heart.”
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    • heart, hot and in anxiety. This condition of being inwardly possessed
    • unity. He felt himself as drawn together into his heart.
    • attained, this being drawn together into his heart, this inner
    • compression into his heart's being quite clear and living in his
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    • hear at all today. Now you see, this sensation which I wish to
    • into his heart which he had experienced earlier, just as I described
    • that lifts up the heart, that illumines the mind, when he looks back
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • Eleusis. You have heard what took place in these Mysteries, in my
    • with the Cosmos. It was an inner recognition in his heart of that
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • of the innermost of his heart:
    • his heart a knowledge which he clothed in somewhat the following
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    • deeds. What man sees as cloud formations, what he hears as thunder,
    • heart learnt to perceive what lived in the Sun, Mars and Mercury, and
    • of as it were by the heart; and he learnt to see psychically, with
    • initiation, could say in his heart: “I am now entering
    • breath was clothed. Through the words which came out of the heart the
    • his heart were pressed into a different place, as though the forces
    • of the heart were driven into the head. And in this human being
    • that Mercury lived in his limbs, the Sun in his heart, and Mars in
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    • water, of fire, the spirits of the air. We can hear them in their
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    • with heart and feeling.
    • heard from the Spirits of Nature, whose sphere they entered through
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    • same way as the stomach or heart are observed and then drawn.
    • heart as continually coming into being and disappearing,
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    • of the system of heart and lungs and all that is connected with
    • with you may find it offensive to hear it said in anthroposophy
    • the heart, so we must postulate the existence of a lawfulness
    • chyle passes from the intestines into the heart-lung
    • to orthodox natural science. The entire heart-lung tract
    • system of heart and lungs, with all that belongs to it, that is
    • say that the system of heart and lungs is there so that the
    • The system of heart and lungs therefore brings about a
    • that takes place in the heart-lung system. (In the animal it is
    • comes to expression as the system of heart and lungs. And so we
    • digestive tract and the heart-lung tract. We observe then in an
    • an organization of heart and lungs. Such a being would not yet
    • through the organization of heart and lungs; the astral makes
    • organization, as it is brought about by the system of heart and
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    • as the system of heart and lungs. The functions of the kidneys,
    • rhythm of the heart), is subject to a rhythm that is related to
    • system and the etheric organization in the heart-lung system.
    • tired. If it were to tire, the heart, for instance, could not
    • for as they work into the organ of hearing; it is permeated by
    • this penetrates the organ of hearing. Everything that I have
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    • understand how the heart-lung activity leads over into
    • holds itself aloof from the activities of digestion, heart, and
    • the system of lungs and heart, we get the proper transition to
    • relation between the heart-lung system and the kidney system is
    • etheric body, of the heart-lung activity. The older an
    • also in the heart-lung tract, everything that is akin to
    • that it in turn stimulates the heart-lung activity so that
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    • heard here in the course of our lectures that we are striving for a
    • phenomenology in science. You have also heard, and with the greatest
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    • gall, stomach, heart, and lungs. These processes are not so accessible
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    • so-called blood circulation of the heart, in the aeration of the human
    • if you follow the course of the blood from the heart upward toward the
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    • observed in the same way as the stomach or heart are observed and
    • as if we were to conceive of the heart as continually coming into
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    • on to the system of heart and lungs and all that is connected with
    • before you will be whole-heartedly accepted if these intermediate
    • begin with, be a stumbling-block to hear it said in Anthroposophy
    • in the relationship between the kidneys and the heart, so we must
    • passes from the intestines into the sphere of the activity of heart
    • with the heart and the lungs — the vascular system — is
    • albumen, but in the human being it is the system of heart and
    • can therefore say: The system of heart and lungs is there in order
    • organisation. The system of heart and lungs brings about a vitalising
    • heart and lungs. And so we begin to realise that just as carbon is
    • the connection between the digestive tract and the system of heart
    • world possessed merely of a digestive system and a system of heart
    • through the system of heart and lungs; the astral nature makes its
    • brought about by the system of heart and lungs, will be influenced by
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    • rhythmic system has a definite connection with the system of heart
    • kidneys (which is met by the rhythm of the heart), is subject to a
    • the system of heart and lungs. These organisations work from below
    • tire, the heart, for instance, could not continue to act during sleep
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    • heart and lungs lead over into the realm of life all that is taken up
    • activities of digestion, heart and lungs; and as an accompanying
    • lungs and heart, we get the proper transition to the activity of the
    • of heart and lungs and the kidney system is upset — we shall
    • heart and lungs. A disturbance may arise here. The greater the age of
    • and then also in the domain of heart and lungs, all that is akin to
    • this in the digestive system and in the system of heart and lungs;
    • stimulates the activity of heart and lungs so that material is again
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • large-hearted, benevolent, humanitarian, with fraternal feelings
    • nourishment for heart and soul.
    • great majority of people, when they hear of the social ideals of
    • being a freedom-loving heart should beat. He pointed out over and
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    • consciousness, to make himself heard. But if democracy is a reality,
    • right to make himself heard, on equal terms with every other human
    • first hearing of the Three-Membered Social Organism, instead of
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    • willing to hear of institutions being improved and transformed into
    • point. We hear on all sides that the evils of the existing social
    • hand we hear that the social order must be so constituted that he can
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    • of hearers would probably have treated what was said with ridicule.
    • which I speak. You will hear and read all kinds of assertions about
    • mere world of the senses, and we hear that in these official quarters
    • already making themselves heard and becoming more and more insistent
    • may be read and heard, in which the will is dealt with. But the ideas
    • instance of what I mean. How very often do we hear well-meaning
    • spirit can be heard. I will give one out of many examples of
    • destroy, their hearts filled, with hatred and murder. But other
    • hold of the hearts, of minds, of the souls of men in a really
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    • from a warm heart and enthusiastic for social things. Secondly, he
    • find entrance into the minds and souls and hearts of men, so that the
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    • said on the subject. For instance, we often hear it said that there
    • of this; that such evils must be abolished, and so on. We often hear
    • at the present moment. Have we not seen to what unheard of conditions
    • and who gives no thought to all that fills the hearts and souls of
    • spiritual truth. It is truly hard for the spirit to gain a hearing;
    • women of today do not wish to hear that the spirit must be striven
    • we hear little! If such people, who in other respects are
    • forthwith put them into practice in actions and deeds. We often hear
    • words to the truth of what they hear, they commonly misjudge things.
    • true in our inmost soul. Then we should cease to hear continually
    • heard throughout the world, but we shall hear of work being done
    • which consists in striving to attain the spirit. Then we shall hear
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    • blood corpuscle: it is different in the head and in the heart and in
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    • things take their course in the economic process. If one hears big
    • farmers or estate owners speaking of their work, one often hears them
    • recently, I have far too often heard this word, the
    • heard ad nauseam in certain quarters.) So much, at the moment,
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    • system, the heart-and-lungs system, and the metabolic system, for
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    • heartily. I may express this thanks, for I believe I see how important
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    • people should hear the Sun spoken of in an external manner
    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • when he looked up from Earth to the Sun and listened to hear what the
    • listen and hear what the spiritual world is revealing to us. That is
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
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    • on Earth we say; “In us — a lung; in us — a heart;
    • us the Sun, in us the Moon; outside of us, lung and heart.”
    • Sun and Moon. Yet in reality, what lung and heart there become
    • it is a mere semblance; so is the heart. In truth, our lung is but a
    • our heart. The heart in its true essence is vastly greater and more
    • if I may use this expression, simply do not hear them. Verbs on the
    • that only heart and soul can understand them, — if heart and
    • soul are in the ears that hear. I said just now; the human heart is
    • it is true, the heart is somewhere inside us, and will be no pretty
    • sight if we excise it anatomically. Yet the real heart is there
    • must get used to the heart-language of the dead, if I may so describe
    • do so it becomes the form of the human heart. Not only is the form of
    • the eye made of Sun and Moon; the heart form too is fashioned from
    • Initiation, able to relate such things as you have heard today of the
    • that the inside of him — the heart for instance —
    • could do this, taking hold of him in the inmost heart and turning him
    • faculty to concentrate in a single point within the heart and thence
    • physical world that he cannot be turned inside out. The heart of man
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    • us, as we know, our lungs, our heart, our liver, our brain. In the
    • True, you do not see it with your eyes, nor hear it with your ears.
    • heart, becomes for you an eye, — becomes, in very fact, what we
    • may call a heart-eye; and with this heart-eye you ‘see’
    • heart-eye perceives the experiences of this first sphere of sleep.
    • soon after you have fallen asleep, the heart-eye begins also to look
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • means of his heart-eye. There are however, dreams in which we can
    • you would see what you had seen in the night with your heart-eye, —
    • I could equally well say, heard with your heart-ear, for these finer
    • ray, but it tells ever so much to your heart-eye! — one ray
    • region below the heart, mingles its music and its light with the
    • experience which the heart-perception must needs carry over into
    • the first; no, for the heart-perception it is still there. This next
    • understanding of the heart, knowledge of the Christ and of all that
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • experience lies much deeper within man than the heart-eye or even the
    • and a heart, so neither could you after death perceive around you
    • little further. With the heart-eye, the Sun-eye and the eye that is
    • we hear of it from the plants that lift us up, as though on a spiral
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    • to him: “Good is evil; evil is good,” Man hearkens to
    • all surface, so that he would do nothing but see and hear, —
    • never eat nor drink, but only see and hear, be in fact a kind of
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    • vexed and excited every time he hears tell of anthroposophical
    • truths. Yet all the time, in his inmost heart he may not be averse to
    • Earth I had in me my lung, my heart, my kidneys and so forth, so Moon
    • of Nazareth. By turning now in heart and mind and feeling to the
    • all the imperfections of our heart — more or less deep or
    • heart, the human soul. The more the light of Spiritual Science
    • whole human being is not living in the world with heartfelt love, and
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    • people should hear the Sun spoken of in an external manner
    • form, to later generations what lived at the heart of this culture.
    • when he looked up from Earth to the Sun and listened to hear what the
    • listen and hear what the spiritual world is revealing to us. That is
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
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    • on Earth we say; “In us — a lung; in us — a heart;
    • us the Sun, in us the Moon; outside of us, lung and heart.”
    • Sun and Moon. Yet in reality, what lung and heart there become
    • it is a mere semblance; so is the heart. In truth, our lung is but a
    • our heart. The heart in its true essence is vastly greater and more
    • if I may use this expression, simply do not hear them. Verbs on the
    • that only heart and soul can understand them, — if heart and
    • soul are in the ears that hear. I said just now; the human heart is
    • it is true, the heart is somewhere inside us, and will be no pretty
    • sight if we excise it anatomically. Yet the real heart is there
    • must get used to the heart-language of the dead, if I may so describe
    • do so it becomes the form of the human heart. Not only is the form of
    • the eye made of Sun and Moon; the heart form too is fashioned from
    • Initiation, able to relate such things as you have heard today of the
    • that the inside of him — the heart for instance —
    • could do this, taking hold of him in the inmost heart and turning him
    • faculty to concentrate in a single point within the heart and thence
    • physical world that he cannot be turned inside out. The heart of man
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    • us, as we know, our lungs, our heart, our liver, our brain. In the
    • True, you do not see it with your eyes, nor hear it with your ears.
    • heart, becomes for you an eye, — becomes, in very fact, what we
    • may call a heart-eye; and with this heart-eye you ‘see’
    • heart-eye perceives the experiences of this first sphere of sleep.
    • soon after you have fallen asleep, the heart-eye begins also to look
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • means of his heart-eye. There are however, dreams in which we can
    • you would see what you had seen in the night with your heart-eye, —
    • I could equally well say, heard with your heart-ear, for these finer
    • ray, but it tells ever so much to your heart-eye! — one ray
    • region below the heart, mingles its music and its light with the
    • experience which the heart-perception must needs carry over into
    • the first; no, for the heart-perception it is still there. This next
    • understanding of the heart, knowledge of the Christ and of all that
    • into a kind of harmony that we hear and understand. That this should
    • experience lies much deeper within man than the heart-eye or even the
    • and a heart, so neither could you after death perceive around you
    • little further. With the heart-eye, the Sun-eye and the eye that is
    • we hear of it from the plants that lift us up, as though on a spiral
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    • to him: “Good is evil; evil is good,” Man hearkens to
    • all surface, so that he would do nothing but see and hear, —
    • never eat nor drink, but only see and hear, be in fact a kind of
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    • vexed and excited every time he hears tell of anthroposophical
    • truths. Yet all the time, in his inmost heart he may not be averse to
    • Earth I had in me my lung, my heart, my kidneys and so forth, so Moon
    • of Nazareth. By turning now in heart and mind and feeling to the
    • all the imperfections of our heart — more or less deep or
    • heart, the human soul. The more the light of Spiritual Science
    • whole human being is not living in the world with heartfelt love, and
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    • You have often heard that two successive incarnations of
    • the spiritual beings and spiritual facts about which we hear through
    • This cannot be emphasized too strongly for all who have ears to hear.
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    • between the sun and the heart. The point here, however, is that in
    • memory and in his heart: many things are true, but merely to know
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    • way than when we hear how a remarkable man of lofty talents preached
    • in such a way that one heard: he proclaims mighty things out of the
    • Himself who rises from the depths of the heart. What had been
    • been able to hear the accounts in Palestine of the deeds of Christ
    • hearing the Gospels but had lived somewhat later, it might have
    • filling our hearts with wisdom. For those who wish to understand, for
    • those who have ears to hear and eyes to see, this must be described
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    • will notice in his heart a thirst for righteousness; he will become
    • brings itself most particularly to expression is in the human heart,
    • are the pure in heart, for they shall behold God.” We are thus
    • shown how in the most intimate sense the heart is the expression of
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    • everyone whose heartfelt longing leads him there. How has this come
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    • externally, materialistically minded people. We often hear the
    • service of the good and the beautiful, when we allow the very heart's
    • from the heart toward the head. If we wish to sketch this
    • schematically, we must draw the region of the heart here and show the
    • These rays of light stream from the heart to the head
    • itself into etheric substance. In the region of the heart there is a
    • direction, from the brain to the heart.
    • often extends as far as the region of the heart. Two streams can
    • brain toward the heart; we must also grasp the full significance of
    • Just as in the region of the human heart the blood is
    • heart of man. In the course of earthly evolution, this blood passed
    • streams upward from the heart as ether, so, since the Mystery of
    • heart to head.
    • etherized human blood streaming upward from the heart to the brain,
    • flowing from heart to brain that anthroposophy can be understood. If
    • when sitting silently in his room, heavy-hearted and oppressed, not
    • consolation as though they arise in their own hearts. They can also
    • be received through physical hearing.
    • numbers as the inner formative principle, one would hear the harmony
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    • to impress upon your hearts, today more historically. Tomorrow I
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    • Look out!” He hears an inner voice, not as a hallucination but
    • miss this pleasure just once?” He hears this in the spirit. It
    • assertion: when someone has heard such a voice, it is this or that
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    • own. This life with the environment, when a human being has a heart,
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    • human hearts ‘as into a glass bee-hive’. The thoughts
    • arising in the human heart would appear as if out of a glass
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    • your ears: look with your eyes on the things of Nature, hear with
    • Revelation does indeed speak powerfully to my heart, but I cannot
    • if it is with your heart and soul as you say, then you, as you stand
    • him many things, so that gradually the heart of the pupil, removed as
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    • and on through the following century. They heard tell how, only a
    • new paths with inner zeal, with sincere and whole-hearted devotion,
    • conflicts of soul when they heard how in the past men had been led up
    • hear the ring of the words, how to listen to the way the words come
    • spiritual science. But they are warm words of the heart, far-reaching
    • one's own heart, into the abysses of the innermost of man's
    • interpretation of them. And often it was so, that when one had heard
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    • heart and soul to the Spiritual, to all that is of the Spirit in the
    • one hears even a last echo of this view. What we find in religious
    • and he had to engrave it deeply in his heart and soul. — Men
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    • human heart to its depths, to inform the human heart and mind with
    • them hearingly in Inspiration; he united himself with them in
    • but only by so preparing themselves in heart and mind that they can
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    • intended, as you know, to stir the human heart to its depths, —
    • so to inform the human heart and mind with experiences which man does
    • the secrets of the world; he saw them in Imagination; he heard and
    • preparing themselves in heart and mind that they can read what is
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    • Try to receive into your whole heart and soul these results of
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    • arising out of the fullness and freshness of the human heart through
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    • become the great world-misunderstanding which now fills the hearts and
    • During the years of the war we heard continually the universal lie:
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    • spontaneity, yes, even the whole effect of the tales. We often hear
    • springs of the folk soul or from single human hearts. They flow out
    • is evident — many can confirm this — that the heart of a
    • “intelligent” person, who hears about this invisible
    • can take to heart, without dispelling the fragrance of such a tale,
    • the bread crumbs as well, little thing.” The mother hears this,
    • Before we hear it, let us recall that according to spiritual research
    • there was no change of night and day. Quatl heard about an island
    • it hears how spiritual science describes those secrets. It is true:
    • gods. We should not be surprised to hear that the most significant
    • most appropriate for children's hearts and minds. It is evident that
    • life, if we have a healthy, open-hearted mind, we will happily turn
    • spiritual science, they lived wholeheartedly with these tales,
    • heart, yes, property of all our hearts. This will grow even stronger
    • able to hear. He was a man who understood how to collect the tales
    • our life itself can become a truly heart- and soul-enlivened fairy
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    • themselves, and once when he lay awake in bed he overheard them
    • that he was always hearing them wish that he would take a wife as
    • while the king slept, he heard something tapping on the window. It
    • they reached it, they heard a buzzing and a buzzing and a buzzing,
    • ear nor hear tones with the eye. The outer accords with the inner. In
    • hear fairy tales told by those who still possess a presentiment of
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    • ceremonies which lie very near to the heart of large numbers of
    • This was an outward ceremony which deeply stirred the hearts of large
    • it is right for the hearts and minds of those who remain behind to be
    • filled the hearts and souls of those who, living in the time of the
    • understanding of the heart, which once told them that just where outer
    • to the anthroposophical heart and mind as the thought of the Herald of
    • heart of the anthroposophist. And the Easter thought must become
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    • thoughts near to man's heart. During the last three, four or five
    • thought near to our hearts; I cannot therefore go into all the details
    • To love the Divine Father forces with heart and mind, to look up to
    • he do? He can but look outward from his eyes, hear outward through his
    • must become able to look back again through the eyes, and to hear back
    • or hearkens inward through the ears, but when he actually
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    • observations that they make when they gaze on Mars, we hear from them
    • listening outward through the ears, to see and hear the physical
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    • We have heard how there grew out of the Mysteries that which unites
    • they exist as a real fact; but it is also important to let our hearts
    • Never did human hearts and minds partake so intimately in this descent
    • it so, whose aim was to bring specially near to the heart and mind of
    • hearts and souls what they had witnessed and experienced, and it
    • heart but do not know what to do with them. It is just as though we
    • learn abcd off by heart and do not know what to do with the letters.
    • seek is no longer here; it is in your hearts, if only ye open your
    • hearts in the true way.”
    • Anthroposophy is there indeed; it lies at rest in human hearts, only
    • these human hearts must be able to open themselves in the true way.
    • This is what I would fain bring to your hearts at the present Easter
    • abstract one. It must be an impulse of the heart, it must not be dry
    • forth anew in their hearts, when it flamed forth in the Cosmic ether
    • our hearts. Then, my dear friends, we shall carry with us from this
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    • from European literature. These examples will show that in the hearts
    • ourselves into the heart and mind of a Tibetan before the whole
    • clear to us. — To the heart of a devout Tibetan it is a
    • something unheard of happens: in the garden where only the god, the
    • him to escape. At the crucial moment the human heart of the god, the
    • hearing that his wife has become insane: Where is her soul now? Amid
    • something which he himself could not have heard but which the father
    • had heard from the wife when she was already insane, as her last
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    • directs our minds and hearts to the great moment of world-evolution
    • there to find the way to human hearts, men must inevitably lose Him
    • you have heard, these Beings were actually present in bodies, and if
    • natural science and scientific fantasy. How often do we not hear it
    • never heard it? Surely there is greater danger in the books of
    • but it is faint-hearted. All good things have a single goal but many
    • We will inscribe this deeply in our hearts, keep it
    • soul that sees our spiritual science in the true light, to a heart
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    • following: — Recalling what we have heard about ancient
    • science into our hearts in order to prepare ourselves to see the
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    • wish to hear such things, go into the street. Why present them on the
    • hears the statement: “To build artistically is too expensive.”
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    • give us colors. We may employ number, measure and weight to our heart's
    • lets us divine the spiritual in matter, stretching hearts, pleasantly
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    • of such heroes; opinions to be heard every day in the market place.
    • we must reply: Can those who have never heard of Christianity understand
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    • teachers who from the depths of their hearts do indeed recognise the
    • my hearers shall really endeavour to direct their observation, even
    • to learn by heart. I may have worked his memory too hard. If I do not
    • our hearts with this knowledge, and from this starting point
    • their heart is! They generally point to the wrong place, and if in
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    • observe. You very rarely hear people relating such things as these,
    • tell them to him. It's the proper thing for him to hear them. When a
    • filled with warmth of heart — or rather many words, for these
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    • whereas the child rejoices inwardly if he hears about the plant world
    • only towards the twelfth year that the child is ready to hear causes
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    • dawn she had no fear. It made her glad at heart and happy to see the
    • be afraid again and thought she would only hear from the lamb what
    • in the right mood, so that when the children have heard the story
    • shall hear in a moment, for now we must go further and let the
    • again to hear the next thrilling story.
    • really find its way into the children's hearts. This can only be
    • teachers' meetings, which are the heart of the whole school life, the
    • when the child has come to treasure these things in his heart and has
    • human heart itself is of God. One can then say to the child:
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    • ignorant of the whole origin of the sound and only hear the outward
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    • - Imitation of life. Teacher' Meetings, the heart of the school.
    • think; you breathe all day long. Your heart beats at night as well as
    • the head has as little to do with it as possible, but the heart, the
    • be taken from real life. This is something which you can often hear
    • already heard something of this theory which is connected with the
    • of time you hear the report of the cannon. If you do not stand still
    • but walk away from the sound, then you hear it later. The quicker you
    • the opposite and walk towards the sound you will be hearing it sooner
    • then there is also a possibility of hearing the sound before the
    • School which are the heart and soul of the whole teaching. In these
    • child is excitable because he has a weak heart. In every case we must
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    • great devotion in the hearts of the children.
    • from what you have heard at various other Courses which have been
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    • present hearers probably expect for the future of their professional
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    • in our consideration of the heart. What in Osteology and Myology is
    • what is the common belief about the nature of the human heart? It is
    • heart's action — analogies totally at variance with embryology, be it
    • fact about the heart is that its activity is not a cause but an
    • heart. The heart originates as a “damming up” organ
    • heart must be looked upon as an effect, not a cause, as a mechanical
    • (1892, No. 15), “The Heart Action and Curve
    • fact that the heart in no way resembled the ordinary pump but rather
    • mechanical aspect if we consider the heart action as a result of these
    • is the heart after all? It is a sense organ, and even if its sensory
    • subconsciously through your heart, what goes on in the lower abdomen.
    • The heart is an organ for inner perception.
    • our organisation. The heart is primarily that organ whose perceptible
    • inferior, and their mediator the heart, you will not be able to
    • before the mediating action of the heart transmits them to the lower
    • transferred and conducted downwards through the heart, take place in
    • (harmoniously mediated by the damming up in the heart). You will
    • You will observe that this correct perception of the role of the heart
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    • Granted that the medical student hears preliminary lectures on natural
    • heard of the relationship between the processes discussed in these
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    • treated. The day before yesterday we heard it said of certain
    • respectively. It might interest you to hear about the part Spiritual
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    • remarkable way the whole activity of our human heart. It is an
    • demonstrated, all heart functions are thought to be enclosed within
    • heart is somehow connected with the substances that pulsate
    • the human heart is not merely an organ pertaining to his organism, but
    • movements of the heart. The heart movements are not only an imprint of
    • conditions. For in the human heart you may see reflected as in a
    • of his heart are not only an expression of what takes place within
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    • the heart, both from the upper bodily sphere, and from below upwards
    • towards the heart, from both sides; the heart is the real barrier, or
    • organ acting as a dam. This organic pressure on the heart takes place
    • become liver or heart and so forth according to whether the one or the
    • the one hand, and the heart on the other. These organs, more than any
    • This means that the region below the heart and above the organs of
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    • again in the human heart itself. The whole outside world (including
    • man) appears as a duality that is dammed up in the heart, and in it
    • Thus we come to a remarkable picture, the picture of the human heart,
    • analysis, a scattering, of all that is gathered together in the heart
    • it? If I look into my own heart. I find, as it were, the inverted
    • the point extended to infinity, on the other you have the heart, which
    • within our heart. To use an illustration, perhaps one that is somewhat
    • is put in the human heart. Try to realise that what the dwarf sees
    • within the heart is the complete inverted image of the universe,
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    • the heart in this group, and if you have correctly interpreted much
    • into the differences — and they are considerable — between the heart
    • occasions for getting away from it, and the heart action
    • were deforms all processes dammed up in the heart.
    • relationship of the heart's activity with the impulse of warmth in the
    • soundness of the human heart. Therefore it is important for the
    • heart action through the practice of Eurhythmy!”
    • with soul if you prescribe for “heart trouble”; but he is unwilling to
    • organs which, as lungs, liver, bladder and heart, open themselves to
    • to relieve morbid conditions in the sphere from the heart downwards
    • lungs, liver, bladder and heart; in the external world, it comprises
    • above the heart we find the polarity to the formation of silicates in
    • to the seat of disease as situated above the heart — one of the
    • organic interaction in the lower parts as, e.g., in the heart itself?
    • below the heart — those processes having, of course, their
    • take place around the heart, in the cardiac system. The formative
    • Indeed we may say that in considering the region from the heart
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    • surface of the body and the heart) shows us especially clearly how
    • held by gold, those forces mainly localised in the heart. To refer to
    • which operate on man from outside. In the human heart these forces encounter
    • brought about through the heart. And assume that the peripheral forces
    • heart, are held back before being dammed up in the heart.
    • the heart itself. And in so doing they form something within our
    • the heart, also form a diverticulum before they reach the heart
    • of forces that do not come to meet the action of the heart, but
    • creates beforehand a kind of accessory heart that functions alongside
    • the heart. Here, on the other hand, we have a kind of accessory
    • divide it into heart, kidneys, stomach and so forth. In the male and
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    • It was most interesting to hear Dr. K. maintain in last night's
    • have heard these lectures, especially Dr. K.'s, will grasp my meaning.
    • which I have been concerned for decades, a term often heard: he said
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    • and their complement, the heart. Those four organic groups are most
    • office as the lungs, heart, liver and so forth, within man. External
    • Hydrogen is indeed the heart of
    • for itself. For example, in recognising the association of the heart
    • is made ready by the heart, and then serves as carrier for the
    • tendency to become the whole man; the heart has the same tendency, so
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    • kidneys, heart and lung systems. In the case of an individual inclined
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    • whole process of hearing. This latter principle I will color violet in
    • being in the world would be able to hear. If the rate is wrong, there
    • etheric, the process of hearing in the air. This is a considerable
    • the observation of the etheric body. To learn to observe hearing is
    • deaf from birth or have lost their sense of hearing; deeper
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    • lungs, from the breathing and heart activity, has the same method of
    • focused from out of the organism, in the heart's action, must be held
    • latter forces, with their expression ultimately in the heart, work
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    • then in this body you find liver, lungs, heart and so on. With all of
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    • preparation of mind and heart.
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    • has died of a heart attack.
    • has died of a heart attack. The following became clear to me and I
    • since the child was born, and the father dies of a heart attack.
    • suffering from a diseased heart. Now, you know what a strong
    • connection there is between heart disease and the condition of the
    • limbs. Under the influence of certain kinds of heart disease, the
    • joints and the synovial fluid, suffer in consequence of heart
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    • hear that you will not have the mother there with you. But with a
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    • Meditating upon it inwardly with the right orientation of heart and
    • the Imagination of a fond foster-mother or nurse, whose heart is
    • organism heart and kidneys must work together if the organism as a
    • it into your hearts, as a message that comes verily from the heart;
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    • every faculty that is connected with human hearts and
    • sight or hearing are shut off, we fall asleep. But if we have
    • heart, we see that it is in a constant stream which consists of
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    • forty years ago, and to-day human hearts are more than ever
    • sceptical naturalist who had heard in quite a superficial way
    • hearing and so on; but we also find that he is entirely
    • sense-organ. The heart is in a high degree an inner sense-organ
    • We must know how a substance works — whether on the heart,
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    • ordinary life, if all impressions received by sight or hearing
    • organs, it may be the liver, or the lungs, or the heart, we see
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    • ago, and to-day human hearts are more than ever burdened with
    • digression. A very sceptical naturalist who had heard in quite
    • by means of his separate senses — sight, hearing and so
    • under certain conditions — a sense-organ. The heart is in
    • substance works — whether on the heart, or the lungs, and
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    • hearing, of sensation, and of thinking — we fall asleep. That is
    • One succeeds then in being completely awake, though one cannot hear as
    • one hears with the ears. The ordinary memory, too, and ordinary
    • of I am”. As hearing, sight, taste, etc. each have their
    • This results, primarily, in an abnormal activity of the heart.
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    • One succeeds then in being completely awake, though one cannot hear as
    • one hears with the ears. The ordinary memory, too, and ordinary
    • of I am”. As hearing, sight, taste, etc. each have their
    • This results, primarily, in an abnormal activity of the heart.
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    • unconsciousness of this storm, one hears the reply, —
    • which we have heard in these days, — “All ideology!
    • the home where I did not find the kind of hearing that I should
    • should have obtained a hearing, was it possible to find any
    • which they themselves felt in their own hearts towards the
    • must come, is one who hears the cry that goes up from the whole
    • terrible World-War? One may still hear people, even those who
    • bent on combating capitalism, — one may still hear
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    • is preserved and carried over into the future. We have heard
    • discussions about it are to be heard. Discussions portend the
    • hearts and fill them with enthusiasm. More and more it
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    • because anthroposophy must above all be truth in our hearts,
    • activity. The hearts of those who have come here will be
    • to wither and appear cold and lifeless to human hearts. That
    • who harbor a spiritual scientific longing in their hearts,
    • world, whose hearts are filled with the mighty magnet that
    • feels in its hearts that there is such a thing as a new
    • theosophists because they carry in their hearts a longing for
    • spiritual life is borne in the hearts of those who feel
    • the spiritual life touches your hearts with such force that
    • your hearts will become strong enough to withstand all the
    • essence of the Christ even to those who wish to hear the
    • beings to their cause who carry the future in their hearts.
    • hearts. We will also learn what it means to behold the sun
    • were united in wanting to express a heartfelt desire and name
    • let us dedicate, from the bottom of our hearts, the Francis
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    • heart.
    • existence, it warmed the hearts of humanity and filled them
    • beatified the hearts of human beings when they were still
    • in the air, and heard rolling thunder discharging itself.
    • lightning, hear the thunder, and to them this will be a true
    • God whom Moses saw and heard in the burning bush and who
    • Easter bells echo their sounds through our hearts, indicating
    • the resurrection. Hearing these spiritual Easter bells will
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    • this festival makes our hearts and souls more amenable to the
    • effect on the hearts of human beings. Countless people
    • hearts of human beings can become ripened through spiritual
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    • history is discussed, but nobody wants to hear anything of
    • can make our hearts happy and warm our capacity to love. Yet
    • and feeling, this attitude of mind and heart, must be
    • that those with open hearts and unprejudiced minds may be
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    • which spiritual life should flow into our hearts. Even though
    • One frequently heard the words: “I curse Skythianos; I
    • understand what an initiate felt when he heard these three
    • have heard of the time when the sun separated from the earth,
    • soul from within. Zarathustra had to kindle in the hearts of
    • to speak, now hearken and listen to me, you from near and
    • mighty Ahura Mazdao. Hearken and listen to me now and mark my
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    • call Edward, and you will find that you have somewhere heard the name
    • calculated as follows: Our heart goes through certain phases of
    • 300 years and see what our heart looked like 300 years ago.
    • strive to take to heart. There has never been a time when humanity has
    • outline, but you can work out within your own hearts what I have told
    • among Schelling's hearers, and these two had taken part in it,
    • order to strive for this there must be an enthusiastic, heart-felt
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    • With all my heart I respond to the very kind greeting just expressed
    • the world, we can meet with Anthroposophical hearts which beat in
    • am glad to entrust to the hearts of Anthroposophists, but it is also
    • but we try to fill our hearts and souls with thoughts about the
    • had no spiritual thoughts in her heart and mind he cannot see into her
    • hear a word of Spiritual Science, now felt a very strong need to learn
    • know that the dead really hear us?” Well, of course it is
    • world. It is the following: If we read to the dead and they hear us,
    • we most certainly help them, but even if they do not hear us we are
    • them hear. In any case, we are certainly doing good, for we are
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    • hears a name or an era or a nation mentioned, and is thereby
    • like as much as possible of Spiritual Science to flow into the hearts
    • Science entering the hearts and souls of mankind. Our civilisation
    • into your hearts and souls and not only into your minds. You may
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    • We shall hear children saying: “I have seen a being who said this or
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    • that man has two eyes and two ears and yet does not see or hear
    • has been written on this question of why we see with two eyes and hear
    • unconsciously whenever we perceive with the senses. When we hear with
    • heart of man tends to lean a little over towards the left, then that
    • The truth is, my dear friends, we have here touched the very heart and
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    • He ordered the driver to drive faster. We came to a door and we could hear
    • too evident how Lucifer makes his voice heard in the demand of some
    • his heart the urge to make new conditions possible, continually to let
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    • you will hear in this scene, now to be recited, that the
    • everything you will now hear recited and declaimed was heard,
    • be heard in what found expression, for example, in Maria, who felt
    • hallowed heart
    • the seeker’s boundless heart
    • You have heard
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    • HEART'S IN THE HIGHLANDS
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    • heart is not here;
    • heart's in the Highlands
    • My heart's in
    • My heart's in
    • , my heart is not
    • My heart's in
    • My heart's in
    • And thou shalt heare, All here in one bed
    • spheare.
    • Thine, in my heart, where my soule dwels, shall
    • Thou with fresh hope the Lovers heart dost
    • First heard before the shallow Cuckoo's
    • hear!
    • connected with the heart.
    • the heart. Let us picture this in such a way that we can see that
    • heart-rhythm striking into it: long, short, short; long, short,
    • heart-rhythm and breath-rhythm that resounded in his speech. To the
    • rhythm of the heart, the rhythm of the pulse. Just as the Greek
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    • With bolde clamor unheard, unmarckt, what I
    • he hears the footsteps
    • Hears the tread of
    • To the heart of
    • A fiery body blood-red from the heart
    • Rebuffed the big wind. My heart in hiding
    • hoary head and his heart was heavy,
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    • the inwardly heard sound- and word-movement of the poem, would
    • part of what Frau Dr. Steiner is going to declaim, you will hear to
    • to hear how lyrical poems come to expression with varying nuances,
    • When last I heard their soothing
    • And many a heart, that then was gay,
    • hears no more those evening bells!
    • Destroyer and preserver; hear, oh, hear!
    • burst: oh, hear!
    • oh, hear!
    • Scatter, as from an unextinguished hearth
    • stage – or, if we do not see the drama with our eyes and hear
    • we hear, is
    • his immediate surroundings, and his heart yearns for the image of
    • He halted suddenly and heard his heart in the
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    • characteristic of Goethe, who used to rehearse the actors in his
    • verses, in the treatment of rhyme and alliteration (we shall hear
    • the living heart
    • spirit hearing,
    • heart
    • the seeker’s heart,
    • universe. The human heart and the human mind strive for a unison, a
    • scene you have just heard, which dealt with purely spiritual
    • the summits and the tree-tops and what goes on in our own heart. A
    • Hear
    • Whose ears have heard
    • thereon in his heart and his spirit:
    • and hearts that revere the immortals?
    • able to hear him will know how he tried, through a declamatory
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    • apply our hearts unto wisedome.
    • hearb that early groweth,
    • speech-formation. To rehearse the iambics of his Iphigeneia,
    • for what he hears declaimed to him and thereby sensitivity to what
    • moves spiritually over the waves of sound he hears. Only when he
    • To home wherever man’s heart
    • I see man’s heart two-edged,
    • heart.
    • clamor such as heard in Heav’n till now
    • and allow it to be heard elsewhere,
    • Sphear.
    • Spirits all my Earth! heark! In what Rings,
    • the heart’s own depths;
    • I will call forth renouncing strength of heart
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    • beginning of certain great works of art we hear words which, I
    • hear how Klopstock begins his Messiah with words that are
    • rehearse his iambic verse-dramas, Goethe stood in front of his
    • As a first example you will hear
    • she hears the light’s
    • from deep hearts upheaving
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    • should be apparent upon hearing a passage from the
    • to hearken to the regency of the Divine – to do so in a
    • had heard of Lucy Gray:
    • And soon I heard a roaring wind:
    • I heard the sky-lark sing;
    • ev’ry Margine of this earthy spheare
    • more seen to be true: the heart is more than this physiological
    • organ situated in the breast, as known to external sight; the heart
    • heart is connected with the soul, so the essence of breathing is
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    • alliteration spoken; in particular, I have heard it done by his
    • fills our hearts with the conviction that whatever external or
    • A host of kinsmen. His heart
    • As they heard through the wall the
    • To thrust to the heart, that the
    • He knew in his heart that his hours
    • And cleansed of crime; the heart of
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    • through the Spirit, Christ can enter into the hearts and minds of
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    • be granted that Christianity has entered into the hearts of countless
    • recognised by countless souls; but these hearts and souls have not
    • really appears quite like Him. When, for instance, we hear that this
    • Jesus, as told in the Gospels. When we hear that he was not
    • When we hear that the birth of this individuality took his mother by
    • Gospels. When we hear that the individuality grew up and surprised
    • even if the Christ-Event had not worked as an impulse in the hearts
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    • spoke of a third way, that of the inner deepening of heart and soul,
    • as an experience of the heart, the path opens out quite naturally to
    • this inward passivity have developed feelings of whole-hearted
    • whose heart is unripe enters into Spiritual Science; no one who has
    • hearts feel the longing to be able to open their souls towards that
    • in one connection or another, and in particular you have heard that
    • imparted that a mouth simply pronounces them and an ear simply hears
    • need to be heard by an ear; it must be born in the soul through what
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    • enter our hearts and souls, and this must give rise to a new power
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    • pride. It should not be far from the heart of a true anthroposophist
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    • strongly marked characteristics were qualities of the heart. He had
    • qualities of heart were manifest in this child, enhanced to such a
    • will spread in the hearts of men of good will!’ —
    • the inner qualities of heart that lived in it, it was understood by
    • his Mother's heart. This points to a phenomenon of immense
    • them spoke of these connections without feeling in his heart a
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    • which every soul, every heart, can find in the course of time.
    • heart and every soul can understand it. During the nineteenth century
    • the hearts and souls of men in the future, little as these new forms
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    • Initiation was first described? You heard that such and such takes
    • over from earlier lives.’ This will oppress the heart, will
    • hearts of men. During the next 3,000 years the human race must become
    • lecture-cycle — which has been specially laid upon my heart,
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    • and then I shall see and hear what goes on there! In endless
    • variations one hears this easy-going way of talking: Why should I
    • to take this to heart. — Man descended in order to acquire vision of
    • you will be able to hear of the connection
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    • can fail to hear an echo of this in Faust when the Lord calls to
    • my servant!” And then, in similar terms, we hear the retort of the spirit
    • earth, with dire consequences. And much that is to be heard about the
    • one hears are the purest trash, because, as I say, it is one of the
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    • often hear it said, even by theologians, that whatever cannot be
    • to the simplest hearts, they must find words in which to speak to
    • which to find access to the hearts of the unlearned folk. He himself
    • heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me, which said,
    • developed. Therefore the Apocalyptist says that he heard the voice
    • see with eyes, hear with ears, apprehend with the intellect. That
    • Flesh, the One Who in the great Universe can be seen with eyes, heard
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    • Communities. You have heard that these seven Communities are
    • heard was as it were of a trumpet talking with me; which said,
    • seals; and I heard, as it were the noise of thunder, one of the four
    • second seal, I heard the second beast say, come and see.”
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    • was a great joy to welcome them there, and we were delighted to hear
    • work deeply in our hearts, we are led to the most fundamental
    • glowing in his heart as Divine Will pervaded the acts of ritual. And
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    • the barrenness of the human heart and compare this with the intense
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    • education. My aim has been to speak to the human heart rather than to
    • time now it has been usual to hear in educational circles that this
    • actions, but in accordance with our whole attitude of heart and mind.
    • and the circulation of the blood. The lungs, heart and the whole
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    • warm-hearted words how much he loves a good deed and hates a bad one.
    • I have heard
    • heart of matter. And modern spiritualism? Its adherents want the
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    • from the qualities of space, but from the qualities of heart and soul.
    • from the heart. And so we must present it as far as possible in the form
    • in the unconscious life of heart and mind, they have all the greater
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    • in the stones, but in the hearts of other men, in their every act.
    • inclined to relinquish their own point of view. We hear a great deal
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    • hearts. A child whom we cannot have in a class because of a weakness
    • in the world which ought to flow into the heart and soul of man.
    • especially those of the heart and will. We must of course begin with
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    • school, whether from merely hearing about the way it is run, or
    • Today we can hear how really practical people speak about such
    • hourly, we are forced to observe with sorrowing heart, the fact
    • no longer approach his heart and soul.
    • man? One must be objective! This is to be heard all over the
    • surface?” And so with heart and mind we are led back to
    • heart of things in a way that I cannot do now, because I am
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    • heartless when he considers such a life; on the contrary his
    • for Teachers in such a way that one finds the hearts of the
    • teachers and so deepens these hearts that love for the child
    • spiritual hearing and listen to the voices of children. We can
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    • does not hear, he does not take any notice. It is only when we
    • believe in something which I too believe with all my heart,
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    • year, he heard from this friend, who was in a position to know,
    • forces; it models the wonderful forms of the organs, heart,
    • transmission of this sound has a definite speed. When I hear a
    • shall hear it later. Should my speed exceed the speed of the
    • sound I shall not hear it at all; but if I move towards the
    • sound I shall hear it earlier. The theory of relativity has its
    • beyond it, so that I shall hear the sound before it is made!
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    • their wishes and these are given a sympathetic hearing. In this
    • their origin. The teachers hear the ideas of the parents in
    • regard to the education of their children; and the parents hear
    • such a tone of voice that he sees: He or she has a heart, this
    • heart itself believes in what is standing behind, — then
    • my whole heart. At the age of 15 I still do not understand it.
    • conception of anthroposophy is studied. There he hears from
    • the deeper tone which will first make itself heard outwardly at
    • deep and inward sensibility, out of whose heart these
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    • will certainly hear from her that the child has an inordinate
    • them I may hear various things. What I am now saying will not
    • must open our hearts when making a study of man, so that a true
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    • hear only his lectures on Greek archaeology. He had to teach
    • that he had not heard rightly, repeated: “I am the
    • what must be borne in mind above all else, if one has a heart
    • important to draw attention to this approach of mind and heart
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    • heart. Immense ideals were the order of the day. Authors of all
    • which perforce lies especially close to the hearts of
    • Waldorf School is taken to the heart of all who know it, and
    • this, what was felt by these childlike hearts provides an
    • together who are desirous of hearing what anthroposophy has to
    • closely to one's heart. In this particular course of lectures I
    • that they want to have it only as a world conception for heart
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    • his being. And if he hears plenty of stories to rejoice over
    • being startled by something, not only your head and your heart
    • being, not only the heart and the head.
    • the head and the heart only come later. Try never to appeal in
    • love, to move the whole being, not only the heart and the head.
    • the subjects in question, but not only in the heart and the
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    • interested to hear, but if you retain from it a sense of
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    • understand it later. But notice if you hear the word ‘Soul’ in
    • school-room to be heard outside in nature. Out in the open we
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    • hearing it said: “Well, then, let us do away with grammar
    • from their speeches that they have really not heard the whole
    • heard parts of it. Particularly in the present age of our human
    • hear you say what they have heard from their political
    • propagandists for decades; they do not even physically hear the
    • over people at the utterance and hearing of such words. That is
    • “I hear language spoken around me; the power of language
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    • which we hear in the vowel, from emotion. And then you must try
    • heard, and the European travellers who meet with such races
    • people could write what they hear from others, or from
    • themselves, just as they hear it, they would write very
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    • see with your eyes, you hear with your ears, you smell with
    • food; what you hear with your ears goes into your trunk as
    • On hearing this he instinctively derives the notion that
    • work of the world. You make man in his inmost heart more moral
    • different fingers, when he heard: “That is the thumb;
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    • importance that anything the children have learnt by heart
    • the narrative description of things seen and heard certainly
    • learn it well by heart, in order to enact the whole scene as
    • seen and heard rather than to practise free composition. Then
    • reproduce in a short story what they have seen and heard. But
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    • hear people say on all sides, because they have been wrongly
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    • by reminding you of what I should like you to take to heart:
    • heavily to-day on the hearts of the people concerned in
    • thought that fills our hearts and minds: that with the
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    • all that he sees with his eyes, and hears with his ears, and does with
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    • When you hear psychologists speak to-day you will nearly always find
    • that they speak only of the twofold nature of man. You will hear it
    • the only being in whom new forces and even — as we shall hear
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    • what I mean. I mean something that can be faintly heard beneath the
    • heard in this very room people singing a song of praise to Bolshevism,
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    • hearing, but we do not notice it, and the more the sense organ is
    • In the sense of hearing it is less suppressed. Hearing has much more
    • feeling. And here even people who are good judges of what they hear
    • the thought element in the activity of hearing. Wagner, who
    • feeling and thinking work together in the hearing of music. And this
    • two quite different activities so that to class seeing and hearing
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    • hear of all kinds of ways of defining memory; but it will not occur to
    • Therefore you will understand that when people hear of something like
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    • Thought, Hearing, Speech to knowing. Interrelation of senses. Colour
    • once more to-day. Usually people speak of the senses of hearing,
    • sense of sight, and the perception of sound upon the sense of hearing.
    • man, you hear his voice, and moreover you know that you look human
    • movements, just as you take them in through hearing when they are
    • Then come the sense of hearing, the sense of warmth, the
    • hearing, and sense of speech are predominantly knowledge
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    • makes his own the sounds he hears about him? Or does he derive the
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    • of teaching and education. But from what I hear I gather we shall
    • Thus we hear language spoken, we hear its sense content, but we do not
    • not only in the heart, thought was in the very finger tips. From real
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    • all (and one even hears of a psychology, a science of the soul, devoid
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    • of life the heart beats night and day. It is in his intellectual
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    • inner nature — to his own heart. So that between his 9th and 11th
    • no understanding of cause and effect. He hears the words used. We
    • clock — at least I have not heard it — they do not set up to
    • hear criticism of the working of a clock in ordinary conversation. But
    • criticism of education — you hear it on all hands. And frequently
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    • virtue of its heart. Now what matters in these staff meetings is not
    • whole nature because it is conceived as a whole in the heart of the
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    • him about one child who has a certain disorder of the heart, and
    • whole of the next year at school. The child learns this verse by heart
    • hearing the words: ‘Max Muller of Oxford,’ a man were to say
    • pass out into the air and be heard. Here you have the original
    • of movement, in every sense of the word. Just as you can hear the A so
    • can you see it, just as you can hear the I so can you see it.
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    • You see when people hear that a spiritual outlook or spiritual values
    • fresh and active. And it is this open heart for the changes in life,
    • heart, then one will have a heartfelt experience of them in company
    • heart nature, the feeling nature of man, we find that all concepts,
    • That is why one hears so often: Waldorf School pedagogy says the same
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    • Lucifer. And, one can also hear it if you simply think about it —
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    • hears the sound that he has just carried out. You will find that in
    • the present day only very few people have the impression that they hear
    • enter into a state of soul such as if he were to hear the “I”.
    • and then in one's fantasy imagines that one hears the “I”
    • which arises through the movement of the “I”, the hearing
    • of that which has moved, the hearing of the sound once again. This is
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    • which one generally terms the strengthening of the heart.
    • two people in need of a strengthening of the heart; it really is better
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    • are otherwise manifest in the etheric body when vowels are heard. That
    • if in ordinary listening we were to hear only the consonants. For civilized
    • manifest when consonants are heard. Therefore you will find that listening
    • of which we have heard in the last few days. It is natural that when
    • in particular should take to heart.
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    • to hear Mechthild von Magdeburg or Saint Theresa described as personalities
    • into consciousness the sound that you hear, the relationships of the
    • sentence you hear, to which you are doing eurythmy; then one will initiate
    • person doing it: make very clear to yourself what you hear outwardly!
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    • for example, it should be a case of suppressed heart-lung function which
    • the heart in particular in this or that way; one can reinforce that
    • into consideration. How often one hears: this person has an irregularly
    • functioning heart, something must be done for it. Yes, but if one were
    • thank God that he has such a heart; his organism couldn't tolerate a
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    • the contrary, true art has always been born out of human hearts able
    • human hearts which felt compelled to realise these impulses and to
    • such a way that they conjure up sounds which can be heard by the ear.
    • The etheric body — I can, after what you have heard in the
    • melody, are all brought to expression. When Goethe was rehearsing his
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    • already spoken about potatoes; perhaps we could hear something about
    • green part of the plant works particularly on heart and lungs, while
    • they strengthen our heart and lungs, the middle man, the chest man.
    • upon my heart or my lungs, I make myself a green salad. And in this
    • on the head. Lettuce and similar things work particularly on heart and
    • greens, their forces go to my chest, lungs, and heart — not their
    • particularly on heart and blood vessels, arteries and veins, and
    • Fats: heart and blood vessels
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    • grains are eaten, the heart and lungs become particularly strong.
    • Grains strengthen heart and lungs. A man then develops a healthy chest
    • they had healthy lungs, healthy hearts, and so on.
    • and heart. It reaches the head, but only, as I said, the lower head,
    • lungs and his heart become weak. Tuberculosis, lung tuberculosis, did
    • those scales?” I knew, of course, but I wanted to hear what he would
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    • engaged with tone, he puts his ear to the very heart of nature
    • consciousness, man develops the faculty to hear spiritually and to
    • one should not believe that when man hears the world of tone welling
    • element down with him and thus hear the tone element in the physical
    • music that resounds here in the physical world and hearing spiritual
    • hears music, a clairvoyant can perceive how the tones flow, how they
    • hears music, the impression is experienced first in the astral body.
    • perceives the heartbeat of the will of the world.
    • itself. When the human being hears music, he has a sense of
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    • the human heart lies the capability of thinking things through to the
    • expression. The musician hears the pulse of the divine will that
    • flows through the world; he hears how this will expresses itself in
    • tones. The musician thus stands closer to the heart of the world than
    • nearer the heart of the world and is a direct expression of its
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    • is much older than the sense of hearing. Formerly, man perceived
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    • this seeing is also a hearing; and just as one can say that one sees
    • one can say that one hears the beings who have their dwelling places
    • is actually a hearing of this speaking-singing, singing-speaking.
    • now you hear a soul-vowel. In this soul-vowel element, which radiates
    • out of the cosmos, that has taken on form. Put the human heart on a
    • relation to their chemical substances. That is not the heart,
    • however; the heart is another consonant uttered out of the cosmos. If
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    • statement, “I hear the tone or I hear a melody with my ear.”
    • it separates out the air element; then, in that we hear it, the tone
    • when he heard the seventh, he also experienced himself outside his
    • outside himself. He would have been incapable of hearing an
    • instrument alone; in the very earliest time he could not have heard
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    • hearing). Though man is not conscious of it, the sensation he
    • being an abstract sign. When you hear the ringing of the dinner bell,
    • feeling. It is as if you brought the heart into the head through
    • breathing and the heartbeat, the circulation of the blood. One thus
    • can say that while the melody is carried from the heart to the head
    • waves of the blood circulation from the heart to the limbs, and in
    • is why you hear everywhere that in the older mystery schools and
    • the piano and thinks that one is hearing other instruments; this is
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    • eyes see and what ears hear, the manifold world phenomena engaged in
    • which the seventh was the smallest. They missed hearing thirds and
    • Lemurian age we discover a musical experience that excludes hearing
    • such and such a thing. Human beings actually heard how, in primeval
    • rejoiced over their cosmic creativity. They also heard how the gods
    • and once again to see and hear the super-sensible together with the
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    • nineteenth century, especially just before its turn, one could hear
    • good of humanity at heart. It worked systematically, not amateurishly,
    • contain subject matter that can be imbibed very light-heartedly and
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    • trivial remark, so often heard, that this age is an age of transition.
    • from the spiritual realm could the minds and hearts of men be opened
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    • are illuminated by that Gospel and some of those who have heard
    • outward aspect. But he hears them give expression to their very
    • screen between you and another man whom you do not see but only hear
    • quickly to the stage of hearing the utterances of the spiritual
    • themselves, we say of him that he is endowed with the power to hear
    • and can hear and communicate the utterances of spiritual beings.
    • same voice, as it were, that can be heard to-day, sounds across to us
    • home with them again, how he grew up ... and we hear nothing
    • the Akashic Chronicle — we hear of the being and nature of
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    • humble folk, for those whose simplicity and innocence of heart
    • who longed to be filled with Christian love turned their hearts and
    • — of having the burden of some guilt upon their hearts, at all
    • the human heart by forms of art, by paintings, are to be found
    • who have heard other lectures or courses of lectures given by me on
    • in harmony with what you have previously heard from me about Christ
    • human hearts that were filled with a good will. As we shall see, many
    • light that shone out in India, setting men's hearts and minds astir as the
    • as that of a ‘Bodhisattva’. Some of you have heard lectures on
    • that you approach this knowledge with a clean heart, noble purpose
    • unfolding it out of their own hearts. Thus when he realized the
    • he may withdraw. For men will absorb into their own hearts the
    • teaching of the Bodhisattva and from their own hearts will be able to
    • broken heart at the final parting from his master, thereupon to be
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    • heard, spiritual research shows how the Buddhistic world-conception, with
    • Buddhist when his own heart feels the suffering confronting him in
    • truly described only by one possessed of the heart and disposition of the
    • appealed so deeply to the hearts of men. That he recorded what he had
    • colour red, when the ear hears a sound, a tone, when the sense of
    • Hence the ear does not hear with full clarity but everything is
    • things the desire to see this or that, to hear this or that, to taste
    • hearts of men.
    • hearts and souls of men.
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    • we heard that the Nirmanakaya of Buddha manifested itself to the
    • this kind of thing, but not man. And if you hear of some personality
    • you who have heard other lectures of mine will know that Zarathustra
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    • necessarily entailed slow and gradual preparation. We have heard how
    • we have heard, was given with the aim of bringing about concord and
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth hearLuke I, 39–44).
    • pierce the mother's heart’. These words too refer to something we
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    • the Law from their own hearts was beyond the power of the Hebrew
    • we hear what the Buddha had to say six hundred years after he had
    • realize. To refuse to hear Buddha's utterances from the mouth of John
    • will our hearts and souls acclaim Him!
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    • had undergone all the experiences of which we have heard in these
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    • possibly still feel in our physical heart to-day when loving or
    • 8:8 And other fell on good ground, and sprang up, and bare fruit an hundredfold. And when he had said these things, he cried, He that hath ears to hear, let him hear. \
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    • in his astral body; he hears the word and suffers pain in his astral
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    • age when it is becoming impossible for human hearts to accept the
    • heart is demanding the spiritual-scientific elucidation of the Bible.
    • reconciliation. But it would be well if in the hearts of all such
    • 16:2 And he called him, and said unto him, How is it that I hear this of thee? give an account of thy stewardship; for thou mayest be no longer steward. \
    • the one who is now to enter the hearts of men as God, and the one
    • engrave into our hearts and souls only if we are able once again, and
    • We have heard that
    • nature, out of their own heart and soul. Buddha had once to be on
    • power, bringing into every human heart
    • hearts of the simplest men. Christ said, in effect: It is not enough
    • ‘Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh.’
    • (O generation of vipers, how can ye, being evil, speak good things? for out of the abundance of the hearMatt. XII, 34.)
    • heart, from that which the heart does not confine within itself. The
    • heart is set in motion by the blood and the blood is the expression
    • the heart the mouth speaketh!’ this is a cardinal principle of
    • Bible this passage is rendered: ‘His mouth overflows whose heart is
    • heart overflows when it is ‘full’ has not dawned upon people,
    • ‘Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh’
    • from the human heart is the Christ-power. ‘Heart’ and
    • from the heart. A man who is content that his heart shall merely be
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    • 7:22 Then Jesus answering said unto them, Go your way, and tell John what things ye have seen and heard; how that the blind see, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised, to the poor the gospel is preached. \
    • 7:29 And all the people that heard him, and the publicans, justified God, being baptized with the baptism of John. \
    • (See The queen of the south shall rise up in the judgment with the men of this generation, and condemn them: for she came from the utmost parts of the earth to hearLuke XI, 31.)
    • 9:35 And there came a voice out of the cloud, saying, This is my beloved Son: hear him. \
    • thought of their heart, took a child and set it by them and said unto
    • 9:47 And Jesus, perceiving the thought of their heart, took a child, and set him by him, \
    • spiritual worlds upon the Earth and are reflected from human hearts
    • the hearts of men brings peace to all whose purpose upon the evolving
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    • soul, of the heart; others, perhaps, found it through the search for
    • presented to them. One could see in them the yearning to hear
    • mainstream of civilization. How they devoured what they heard! It was
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    • itself. When such literary people hear of theosophy they open a
    • hear about the spirit, that the spirit exists, that the spirit is
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    • — just as I was not especially surprised to hear recently that
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    • the simple reason that people did not want to hear anything further
    • be avoided. When people demand to hear something we have to present
    • to say no. Why should those people not have the right to hear
    • president someone they had heard speak on only one occasion, those
    • ground, the we should never play a role. One repeatedly hears
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    • inkling of this in their hearts, because the laws of nature wither
    • they feel in their hearts that the roses are withering away, they are
    • of the lectures enters the heart, and that has certain
    • objects might be more active in human hearts. And then it will be
    • would come alive in their hearts. I am not saying that this would
    • required impulse would live in the heart. Then the action, too, would
    • That is what I wanted you to carry away in your hearts, rather
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    • see and hear, that you cannot be.’
    • different from anything I see and hear around me. I must arrive at an
    • I see and hear.
    • glands, nerves, heart, brain, lungs, liver, etc. as a result of their
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
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    • can hear the noise it makes. You know that you can sit on it. But the
    • on the head, believing it to be located there, you hear nothing. Nor
    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • palpitation of the heart as an overheated stove will feel impelled
    • joy and the heart leaps up as we behold the Earth clothed in this
    • something that fills our heart with inward joy and exultation. We can
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    • spiritual beings, this power of love fills our heart and soul, if,
    • the heart and soul of man. And this selfless service will be rewarded
    • heard about the crystal being of the minerals. We have already
    • only. When we speak of the heart or head, the commonsense view
    • conjures up a picture of a physical heart or head. But they are, of
    • the clear impression that his centre of gravity lies in the heart.
    • with greater immediacy upon the heart than upon any other
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • the heart centre of man. On the basis of this information we are now
    • heart. By concentrating on other metals, on iron and its properties,
    • consciousness were rising up from the regions of the heart. We are
    • ascends from the heart to the larynx. If we have carried out our
    • effect this is so; it is simply overlaid by the ordinary heart
    • state that the Earth is your sole habitat. It is the heart that
    • always interwoven with the universe, but the heart consciousness
    • birth and death is the heart centre. Whether you write good or
    • neighbour's disadvantage — this is determined by the heart
    • the heart centre. But the head is fully aware of the happenings in
    • activities proceeds from the heart; the head, meanwhile, can
    • evident that you are listening to what I am saying with your hearts,
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    • training and discipline, one often hears the remark: I would be only
    • hear, for example, that the qualities of certain metals are
    • becomes all the more attractive when they hear that the practice
    • heart centre. Other states of consciousness are associated with other
    • heart, not in the heart. Therefore he knows nothing of this
    • dead, the consciousness below the heart centre is modified; it begins
    • the consciousness that lies below the heart. He is unaware that he is
    • abnormal sensitivity in this consciousness below the heart that
    • consciousness below the heart is too active, the consciousness in the
    • region of the larynx must be diminished; the heart lies
    • natural science today. In botany he is obliged to learn by heart
    • this loss filled their hearts with tragic sorrow.
    • we hear of such men as Brunetto Latini, Dante's famous teacher.
    • felt that sight, hearing and perception were being extinguished, but
    • vista, their hearts were gladdened. They had dwelt for a brief hour
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    • formerly we heard and perceived in the external world when we used
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    • but also every kind of relationship to the external world. Hearing
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    • worlds? This is a question that lies close to the hearts of those who
    • The heart takes a different path from the lungs; the liver from lungs
    • and heart. They are dispersed throughout the Cosmos. Then the Cosmic
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    • see and hear, that you cannot be.’
    • different from anything I see and hear around me. I must arrive at an
    • I see and hear.
    • glands, nerves, heart, brain, lungs, liver, etc. as a result of their
    • step and how, from the tiny peripheral organs the complex heart and
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    • can hear the noise it makes. You know that you can sit on it. But the
    • on the head, believing it to be located there, you hear nothing. Nor
    • conscious, I see objects around me, hear other people speak to me,
    • palpitation of the heart as an overheated stove will feel impelled
    • joy and the heart leaps up as we behold the Earth clothed in this
    • something that fills our heart with inward joy and exultation. We can
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    • spiritual beings, this power of love fills our heart and soul, if,
    • the heart and soul of man. And this selfless service will be rewarded
    • heard about the crystal being of the minerals. We have already
    • only. When we speak of the heart or head, the commonsense view
    • conjures up a picture of a physical heart or head. But they are, of
    • the clear impression that his centre of gravity lies in the heart.
    • with greater immediacy upon the heart than upon any other
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • the heart centre of man. On the basis of this information we are now
    • heart. By concentrating on other metals, on iron and its properties,
    • consciousness were rising up from the regions of the heart. We are
    • ascends from the heart to the larynx. If we have carried out our
    • effect this is so; it is simply overlaid by the ordinary heart
    • state that the Earth is your sole habitat. It is the heart that
    • always interwoven with the universe, but the heart consciousness
    • birth and death is the heart centre. Whether you write good or
    • neighbour's disadvantage — this is determined by the heart
    • the heart centre. But the head is fully aware of the happenings in
    • activities proceeds from the heart; the head, meanwhile, can
    • evident that you are listening to what I am saying with your hearts,
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    • training and discipline, one often hears the remark: I would be only
    • hear, for example, that the qualities of certain metals are
    • becomes all the more attractive when they hear that the practice
    • heart centre. Other states of consciousness are associated with other
    • heart, not in the heart. Therefore he knows nothing of this
    • dead, the consciousness below the heart centre is modified; it begins
    • the consciousness that lies below the heart. He is unaware that he is
    • abnormal sensitivity in this consciousness below the heart that
    • consciousness below the heart is too active, the consciousness in the
    • region of the larynx must be diminished; the heart lies
    • natural science today. In botany he is obliged to learn by heart
    • this loss filled their hearts with tragic sorrow.
    • we hear of such men as Brunetto Latini, Dante's famous teacher.
    • felt that sight, hearing and perception were being extinguished, but
    • vista, their hearts were gladdened. They had dwelt for a brief hour
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    • formerly we heard and perceived in the external world when we used
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    • worlds? This is a question that lies close to the hearts of those who
    • The heart takes a different path from the lungs; the liver from lungs
    • and heart. They are dispersed throughout the Cosmos. Then the Cosmic
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    • way, as we so often hear. Yet this is just what modern
    • hear people speaking like this. However if we speak like this
    • hear people saying “These books of modern spiritual
    • here and that one from there”. If you hear it like this
    • and fifteenth century. Whenever they spoke people heard
    • lower. Thus when people spoke, or heard people speaking,
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    • out of the cosmos: in such a state we should hear the
    • strength to such an extent that we can hear the creative
    • which he could hear the music of the heavenly Jerusalem. They
    • — a road leading to the goal of hearing the spiritual
    • Saint John.” It was to one who could hear the heavenly
    • body. And when we hear a musical work, what happens is that
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    • souls and in your hearts.
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    • First of all, however, let us hear the legend of Olaf
    • Yet I could hear their roaring.
    • To hear of their wicked deeds
    • friends, we have just heard how Olaf Åsteson fell into a
    • often heard the words that are included in all proclamations
    • together various things we have taken up in our hearts and
    • hear nothing of the infinitely deep wisdom that comes to us
    • world and sees it in its colours and forms and hears its
    • heard of liberty, equality and fraternity.
    • profound necessity that these words were heard at a certain
    • inborn, and just think how it warms the heart to see real
    • old and young must hear the words that are being spoken by
    • the ears to hear it. That is why we are engaged in spiritual
    • science, so that we shall have the ears to hear, when the
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    • to penetrate into the inner secrets at the heart of
    • speech, and the people who heard him were convinced that if
    • could be done about it. Everyone who heard the advocate's
    • advocate heard them coming back from the conference room so
    • sentenced, but the advocate only heard this after he had
    • some people might never have had the chance to hear anything
    • only heard the clever advocate during the lawsuit and seen
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    • anthroposophy has to say reach our hearts and we unite with
    • view of human reason, but for the human heart and an
    • understanding connected with the heart.
    • you see the sunrise or hear one or another piece of music, it
    • take hold of our hearts and our whole being and we shall feel
    • their heart, and because anthroposophy does not yet have the
    • Our hearts
    • will not be anything that particularly appeals to his heart.
    • can more readily see that our heart's understanding needs to
    • and keep our hearts receptive for all they can receive from
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    • light-hearted with regard to the anthroposophical movement.
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    • themselves. If this is the case, we often hear statements
    • harmony out of the depths of their hearts from one member to
    • hearts. For the salvation of mankind's future progress really
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    • There are many newcomers here who have not yet heard it.
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    • hear something about other foodstuffs. Some vegetarians won't eat
    • heart and lungs, while the root strengthens the head. The potato also
    • particularly plant fats; they strengthen our heart and lungs, the
    • dinner. If I want to work upon my heart or my lungs, I make myself a
    • similar things work particularly on heart and lungs, building them
    • heart — not their fats, but the forces from their fats. When I
    • Fats work particularly on heart and blood vessels, arteries and
    • Fats: heart and blood vessels
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    • exercised a strong influence. When grains are eaten, the heart and
    • lungs become particularly strong. Grains strengthen heart and lungs.
    • lungs, healthy hearts, and so on.
    • care of lung and heart. It reaches the head, but only, as I said, the
    • That's why his lungs and his heart become weak. Tuberculosis, lung
    • wanted to hear what he would say. He said, “I weigh the meat
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    • hear about wars like that — which didn't take place in Greece,
    • but far away, over there in Asia — well, hearing the outcome
    • When we hear such things we must surely respect what the
    • done by machine but is still being done by hand. You can hear the
    • intellect, for today this old way of threshing is almost unheard of.
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    • rainwater. Well, Frau Professor Schleiden heard of this proposal and
    • definite predictions about the weather. Although we hear about the
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    • Question: Could we hear something about the
    • hear it said everywhere, don't you, that the earth is a globe, has
    • mountains of which you've often heard, over in South America, in
    • Perhaps you've heard, or at least the older ones among you, of a
    • their heart is disturbed. But people put up with all that in a vague
    • If you hear about him in science
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    • people hear the phrase, “knowledge of the stars,” they
    • of you who have been here for some time have heard a great deal from
    • such questions, so those who have already heard my answers will
    • perhaps be willing to hear them again.
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    • until they are observed by the human eye, heard by the human ear, grasped by
    • or, in Goethe's words, what he has seen with the spiritual eye or heard with
    • for neither the initiates nor their hearers had the soul-forces we have now
    • Dead is thy heart, thy sense-veil closely drawn!
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    • person who educates himself through noble anger will have a heart abounding
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    • love. Observe, too, the eyes of a man who is trying to overhear the world's
    • But all too strongly were my heart-beats stirred,
    • hear it again and again. In this way a daughter of reflective thinking is
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    • look up to revered persons, and to gaze with heartfelt devotion at things
    • occasions, when as a child in the family circle, he heard of some outstanding
    • personality whom he was meeting for the first time, after having heard him
    • force leads first through the heart, where it kindles love; and the reverence
    • of the folded hands, having passed through the heart and flowed into the
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    • of speech, begins to weaken; when sight, smell, taste and finally hearing,
    • the heart. They are men who speak with passion and are not concerned with
    • This form, full of character, calls up for me the voice that I heard sounding
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    • mind into confusion. And in all cases where people reject what they hear
    • because you have perhaps heard that many followers of Spiritual Science lay
    • widely in theosophical circles. So we hear the spiritual spoken of not as
    • be light.” Then we hear how God caused the physical sense-world to
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    • heard in previous lectures, man is now in the midst of this development. In
    • and hearing; he can pour himself out into the surrounding world and live in
    • for God in your own breast” — that is the injunction often heard.
    • again?” — but by opening the heart to everything great and
    • everything that warms the hearts of others, as well as for their wants and
    • fact be kindling human love — a love that can flow from heart to heart
    • heartless towards it, may bring him some satisfaction and a certain
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    • makes the hand a hand! Is the heart a man? No! Is the heart something
    • self-sufficient? No, for if we separate the heart from the man, it will soon
    • cease to be heart — and the man will soon cease to be a man. Hence it
    • is the man who makes the heart a heart and the heart that makes the man a
    • man. The man is a man living on earth only because he has the heart as an
    • instrument for penetrating without sympathy or antipathy into the heart of
    • which has prevented the human heart from forming a true picture of the outer
    • He that hears the
    • There we hear at the beginning the powerful words:
    • “Blessed are they who hear the law”; there is an addition. We are
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    • moon. In fact there were times when no-one would have cared to shear a sheep
    • it are heard, it is in fact highly vulnerable.
    • the moon an even more intimate light is needed if we are to get to the heart
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    • speech organs. This imitated those things which were heard outwardly as sound
    • against something else; rather like when the child hears the dog bark
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    • to killing himself, he hears the Easter bells ring out and cries:
    • a speaker who calculates the effect his words will have on his hearers,
    • his hearers. In fact, by so doing he may help them to free themselves from
    • on their side. I have heard them saying: If I am to win I must stimulate
    • response which is intended to raise his hearers above something. But if he
    • presents the matter in such a way that his hearers need not try to understand
    • his hearers may not be aware of it. So you can see that this counting on
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    • is one on which widespread confusion prevails. Not long ago I heard a
    • You have often heard
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    • world-order but to give heart-warmingly beautiful expression in his writings
    • nothing else but my own perfection. We can hear an echo of this egotistic
    • have even heard it said by someone who liked to flatter his audience: You
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    • thing is best learnt by heart by learning it, sleeping on it, learning it
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    • hearing nothing that could enrich or enlarge his experience.
    • person meets another person, he will be easily carried away by hearing all
    • are to hear harmonious musical sounds, we must be open also to discordant
    • anything they may hear from mediums who seem to be inspired by some unknown
    • what they are saying. How is it possible — we often hear it said
    • merely heard of them or read them. They will lack the feelings that he evoked
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    • and occurrences in normal life where it happens that someone has overheard
    • something and interprets the meaning in such a way that he thinks he hears
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    • to be heard in the concert of voices which speak of the great and fruitful
    • when a man hears the inward
    • do we find conscience deprived of its majesty — not in the human heart,
    • be paid for. So now, when a man believes he is hearing an “inner
    • heard by the individual as saying “This you must do, and that you must
    • behind everything we see and hear and our brain apprehends, so we must look
    • of the human heart? Or take the engineering technique that goes into the
    • were men enabled to understand that the voice of God could be heard within
    • prepared to hear the voice of conscience now saying within them: The Divinity
    • a higher sphere. When we hear that something has been done for reasons of
    • natural and right it is for the human heart to speak of conscience as
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    • heart and the imagination. Many of our contemporaries, accordingly, would say
    • and other friends he believed he could hear in Spinoza
    • knowledge. What he felt about this, and what his heart longed for, will
    • moments, Goethe's heart is stirred by the recognition that art in its
    • any human heart was there to echo those feelings. Thus in the revelations of
    • so-called spiritual revelations that people accept so light-heartedly
    • while the spiritual scientist feels his heart so strongly drawn to these
    • we hear:
    • hear revelations of another world — a world which a mainly intellectual
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    • era. And I hope that in your hearts, in your souls, when the
    • and deeds — in short, in all that could be seen and heard. A
    • normal child absorbed little of what he saw and heard. This
    • degree what we can call capacity of the heart, compassion for
    • humans could hear it, it would provide an infinite blessing for
    • them. In olden times there were people who could hear it. Now,
    • however, they have no ears with which to hear. That pain of
    • hear them. He learned about how it was with paganism in a place
    • he was able to hear in which way they had been proclaimed to
    • ears but do not hear what the secrets of the cosmos are.”
    • which came from their own hearts. We can characterize what the
    • Essenes felt when they heard him like this: “What kind of
    • “Vain is your striving because your hearts are empty
    • they never revealed what they had seen and heard. They
    • The desperate man heard this as though
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    • with the untruths about which there were many ears to hear. I
    • hearts are kindled enough for the most sacred of the spiritual
    • hearts in a popular sense, though the true meaning is:
    • Christ spoke changed so much that the people who heard him had
    • interest in hearing about the facts we have spoken about today,
    • are people to hear them. They will be needed in humanity's
    • evolution. Those who are hearing them now will surely need them
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    • arises in our hearts is to be found, as it were, in the whole
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    • it in a wider sense. As you have heard in the lectures Herr Müller has
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    • sense of hearing, and by means of this very sensitive hearing the cat
    • that the cat hears best when it is asleep, which is a rather doubtful
    • statement, because sight and hearing are those senses which play so
    • Moreover, when you hear something, can you pounce upon it with
    • absolute certainty? This is not at all the case; hearing is not at
    • not the hearing of the cat that is in question here. But what is very
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    • knowledge behind him, which is a very different matter. When you hear
    • theory of vitamins does not enable her to reach the real heart of the
    • and also to hear what you yourselves have to say about it; also what Herr
    • may perhaps have heard, gentlemen (I have spoken of it before), that
    • have heard of these “Elberfeld counting horses;” they
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    • stinging, sweat is the very worst thing; when you hear shrill buzzing
    • to it. He was a man with slight heart trouble. Perhaps Dr. Steiner
    • and hear what the farm-bailiff has to say (as a rule it is not a
    • I have heard
    • Saturday at 9 o'clock. I think many of you have questions at heart.
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    • affection of the heart, and who collapsed on being stung by a
    • heart is a sign that the ego-organisation is not functioning rightly. You
    • have already heard something of these things in former lectures. You will
    • movement of the blood, the heart beats. In text books you will always
    • the heart were a kind of pump, and that this pumping of the heart
    • that it is the heart that drives the blood, then he must equally
    • his heart; the blood comes up against them and sets the heart in
    • inflammation may follow, but your heart can bear it. If however, a
    • man has some disease of the heart, and his ego-organisation is made
    • stronger by the poison, then this affects the weak heart, and the
    • his heart sound? that is, does it function well under the influence
    • bee or wasp poison. If the heart is not sound (but here one must
    • distinguish between a nervous heart trouble, where it is less
    • harmful) but if you have a patient with a serious heart disease, when
    • When one hears
    • generally speaking, a man will have quite a good sound heart if he
    • does not work too much and eats heartily, until the whole situation
    • The heart is an
    • injured in youth; the heart can only be injured after many years. But
    • circulation of the blood becomes too violent; the heart can no longer
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    • tissues, in the heart and lung and liver tissues, above all in the
    • which may uplift your hearts.
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    • occupied his hearers in the slightest. When someone lectures
    • heard about it, whereas this is probably not the case in
    • Once I heard a
    • valuable perhaps to the hearers, than the terrible experience
    • lecturing most surely does not come from his heart, that it
    • stems from quite another place than his heart. And truly, all
    • lectures should come from the heart. Even the most abstract
    • lecture should come from the heart. And that it can! And it
    • abstract lecture can come from the heart.
    • tell him something he is eager to hear, but when we expect
    • possible we must have rehearsed earlier, letting it take form
    • propaganda for one's lecture. Those who hear about the
    • captivate the hearts of the listeners at the end: —
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    • to hear Begreifen in the word Begriff it is
    • ear for it, however, already hears the “As If”
    • sufficiently unprejudiced for it, then one only seldom hears
    • connection with his heart and with his whole soul, with his
    • have the ear to hear within the sound and the tone-color of
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    • middle-class population hears only that which it, has sensed
    • hear even physically nothing else than what they have been
    • used to hearing for decades. Even physically — not
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
    • sentiment that I have just characterized, could be heard for decades.
    • had even been written, when I heard Erich Schmidt give a lecture in Vienna
    • “That's typically Lessing!” — one heard, I
    • class and what is close to his heart is class consciousness.
    • shoemaker makes shoes with all his heart. And I am quite certain that
    • speak to the heart of the listener. It is this which should
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    • feeling: He only tells one what he has heard, heard on the one hand
    • bounces right back because in reality his heart is not in it. It is
    • heart.
    • for the hearts of men. It only moved into external elements, not into
    • number of ladies in Berlin, who had heard lectures of mine in an
    • become a good speaker if he enjoys speaking, likes to hear himself
    • the better things! Instead, one has to feel a certain urge to hear
    • own living experience I want you to take to heart what one should
    • don't matter, deeds do! I've heard it proclaimed at the most
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    • by heart, so that you can fluently repeat the one version
    • three by heart, and try to say them so fluently that during
    • do the three versions by heart, and that one never interferes
    • Again, learn it by heart and say one after
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
    • obvious sense. Of course, one can hear by the speech whether
    • varying degrees, to being heard in the surroundings. A
    • this, to be heard objectively by the one who is speaking
    • are, the less suitable they are to be heard inwardly and to
    • That hears itself while one is speaking!
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    • holding himself to one or another phrase and to hear what
    • inhalation on hearing a question. This is not contradicted by
    • a situation when the listener may be breathing out on hearing
    • with hearing a content in question form. However, because of
    • hears a straight assertion his actual tendency is to engage
    • that it removes the understanding from the organ of hearing.
    • — after a time — they again begin to hear, they
    • once heard in Vienna, where I had been led by someone to the
    • when one hears it, one gets a light shock;
    • which, if one hears it, one gets something like a light
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • everything we hear from inanimate bodies is heard more from
    • outside with the ear, but the speech of men is really heard
    • know what a great difference exists between hearing, say, the
    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • accompanying phenomenon than is the case with the hearing of
    • trivial ways to what the listener wants to hear. That is
    • important thing is the enthusiasm that lives in your hearts,
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    • He had experienced the aftermath of the French Revolution and had heard
    • age. They at least believe that conviction can be aroused in the hearts
    • and produced his first works, he yearned with all his heart and soul
    • hears the voice of a child calling to him from the next garden: ‘Take
    • change in thought and outlook of which we have heard in this lecture.
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    • ancestors. It was their ancestors whose voices they heard for centuries
    • my organism does not give me the right view. I will hear what the other
    • other in their hearts. They work together and it is very significant
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    • is often heard that spiritual-scientific considerations
    • in us at every moment when we are seeing, hearing, and so
    • has shown small desire to hear what the spiritual
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    • different functions — one to seeing, another to hearing,
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    • university courses. We have heard lectures from various
    • then step into a history or aesthetics classroom and hear
    • speak from the fullness of my heart, and I know I am also
    • heartfelt “goodbye till we meet again” in similar
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    • him, he heard in the distance a musical motif. Hearing this musical
    • motif in the moment reminded him of the music he had heard as a young
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    • appear grotesque and paradoxical to these who hear them for the first
    • another. Where does the human heart come from? Why does it beat? Did
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    • hearing, of that which contemporary physiology dreams to be the
    • of the sense of hearing. just as we have a sense of hearing, so also
    • times, for one can often hear it argued: we encounter another man; we
    • when you hear on the one hand that in the mysteries of the East —
    • the guru, you hear on the other hand of the employment of all kinds
    • passages, we do not get to the heart of Buddhism's actual significance.
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    • eye, heard by the ear, and rendered by the senses of warmth, touch,
    • and has thus been able to see, with love in his heart, the limitations
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    • activity of the tissue fluids, you will find the heart
    • heart is entirely formed out of the activity of tissue fluid,
    • The heart is
    • The heart is moved by the circulation of the blood; it is not
    • the pumping action of the heart that moves the blood. The
    • heart has no more to do with human circulation than a
    • for registering the degree of heat or cold, so your heart is
    • the heart is a pump driving the blood through the blood
    • truth. Anyone believing in this superstition about the heart
    • want to attribute to the heart the forces that are only
    • In the heart
    • activity and in the heart organ we really have the most
    • you study the heart in relation to the lungs, you have to
    • speak about a polar metamorphosis, for the heart in its
    • step, of the heart formation. (I speak of the “female
    • transformed heart. With this method of studying things, we
    • its center in the heart — if I may put it so — and
    • comes to rest in the heart's movement. The fats and
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    • called a metamorphosis of the central heart organ.
    • the lungs surround the heart, showing us the archetypal form
    • lungs surrounding the heart, the lungs embracing, as it were,
    • together with the heart. The digestive organization and also
    • of heart and lungs; we must study this properly, the rhythmic
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    • attention to what he is hearing and to be strongly aware of
    • the sound heard, and of the heard context of the sentence he
    • is hearing outwardly. In this way one drives away all those
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    • hearts and souls toward Him, then we can also inscribe in our souls
    • teachers into your hearts and kept it there, then I will again be
    • satisfied heart, because I really have received the most beautiful
    • the children's souls and hearts and understanding with the real, true
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    • eighth grade students. They were hearing about what human history
    • what we hear when we go out into the woods. We hear the
    • also heard something else, something for which I am especially
    • thankful. We have heard you, under the direction of your teachers,
    • express something that comes from inside of you. We can hear
    • the birds singing out in the woods, and we can also hear what you
    • we hear the little birds singing. But we know that something else is
    • present when we hear what you perform for us. This is something that
    • out there in nature. In the woods, we hear the birds, but when you
    • sing many other things that are heard come toward us out from the
    • the earth, all those things that delight your eyes and hearts. What
    • and then enters your eyes — we hear all of this resounding from
    • things to you, because I also do not want to always hear the same
    • things when I come, but there is one thing that I want to hear from
    • That is what I want to hear from the majority of you. This is what
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    • heart. I often asked you, “Do you love your teachers?”
    • something different to you. I hope your hearts will often answer this
    • learn to love your teachers, now learn to feel firmly in your heart
    • honestly and heartily say, “Yes, I am grateful.”
    • rest, we cannot use our ears and eyes properly to hear and see all
    • better and your ears hear better. If you had to stay awake all the
    • we will once again take into our hearts what our teachers will give
    • speaking to the teachers, but you children can also hear it and can
    • it requires something that awakens in human hearts the possibility of
    • you, “Do you love your teachers?” and you so heartily
    • hearts of the children — this spirit that is imbued with love,
    • schoolmates with a warmhearted “Until we meet again!
    • comfort for our hearts, a real strength for our lives, if we are able
    • to you from heart to heart today. I wanted to say this to you out of
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    • shown to exist in the very heart of every science. And, again, there
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    • And then, when sight and hearing out there are no longer a mere
    • according to earthly measure, number and weight. Man gave his heart
    • today wants to explain the human heart, he takes an embryo and sees
    • how the blood-vessels expand, a utricle or bag appears and the heart
    • else as of paramount importance. They said: the human heart is a
    • from the universe and shapes the human heart. You have had the
    • changes after seven years — his heart is not composed of the
    • eaten, but these old teachers knew that the heart is built of light's
    • gold weaving in the light to build up the heart out of the whole
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    • lived in human hearts and souls the understanding for a Madonna,
    • flowed from things that touched the very inmost hearts of men. In the
    • from our time. The heart is often lacking for such artistic
    • by the spiritual light which can illuminate in the human heart. And if
    • our souls and hearts, just because such terribly serious times are
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    • warms you. Suppose further there comes another man who has no heart at
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    • been struck by a heart-attack at the very moment of his
    • dedicate themselves heart and soul to our
    • this was brought home to us was heartrending, and rightly so.
    • is walking along a river's bank, died from a heart attack,
    • and had had no opportunity of hearing anything about the
    • he pondering in his heart how he should do honour to
    • he, and the Dream went his way when he had heard the
    • cares belong. But now hearken straightway to me, for I am
    • keep this in thy heart, nor let forgetfulness come upon
    • Hearken, my friends. A dream from heaven came to
    • spiritual science in the hearts of our friends may acquire
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    • what it says into our hearts and souls and then put the
    • words which cheer the heart and deserve to be known, because,
    • so often to be heard today from another side.
    • attitude of mind and heart not disappear in our days! Perhaps
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    • Science to their hearts and are really steeped in it there
    • Building under the small cupola. Those who open their hearts
    • should become part of our very hearts, my dear friends, for
    • Spiritual Science penetrates our hearts in a way that could
    • that men's hearts are not rightly related to each other in
    • have I myself seen anything as astounding, nor have I heard
    • test facts must be deeply engraved in the hearts of
    • grow in our hearts in connection with cultural and spiritaal
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    • were, in the very heart of humanity, because the forces
    • But again I leave it to your own hearts to elaborate the
    • to bring hearts and souls into movement when, in
    • the heart and mind and soul to speak when they are inside and
    • I gave on “Occult Reading and Hearing” I spoke of
    • pass because Christianity became part of the hearts and souls
    • what we want to inscribe in our hearts and souls is to be
    • early Christians — they heard the Word that resounded
    • through their souls, their hearts, the Word that came from
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    • Occult Hearing”. I said there that even in the waking
    • in the very fibres of one's heart and soul, so that one feels
    • heart of the Cosmos itself — this should be experienced
    • very fibres of our hearts will lie as it were in a geological
    • believed. One often hears it said “I have a mind
    • “I have a heart of my own”, he would be
    • and Hearing” when I said: The lobes of the brain must
    • present form will pass away) — until you hearken to My
    • earth in the Cosmos. We must hearken to the revelation of the
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    • highest forces of soul, heart and mind to create something
    • heart or intellect, because the forms of art will teach them
    • all hearts through these forms; such buildings will be
    • is able to pour a spiritual fluid into the hearts and souls
    • of men. When men's hearts and souls are surrounded by the
    • us. If we hearken to the music of the forms on our walls
    • alt="Hearts Striving Together in Love"
    • filled with the feeling of hearts striving together in
    • in the heart and not merely be able to grasp it
    • by learning how to listen with our hearts, not by using
    • express the feelings of our hearts and souls to-day when this
    • pray that something of what I feel may flow from my heart to
    • yours. I want your hearts to be livingly permeated with a
    • hearts on love for the world of man and of spirit, to the end
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    • home on all the heavenly bodies, as you have often heard; not
    • blood flows from the left ventricle of the heart through the
    • only think of the heart in man as the microcosm of the Sun,
    • this that inspires our souls and makes our hearts glow when
    • through his heart and soul is that if he were as conscious in
    • the pulsating beat of his heart he bore the sun workings
    • upright hearts and in the real sense — if our labours
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    • meeting rooms and we are already tired of hearing about the
    • they were living in men's hearts and souls and in the very
    • altogether lost the power — or indeed the heart —
    • realise how human hearts can be kindled by the spiritual
    • heart and soul, when hours of ordeal are being made manifest
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    • be recognised. If we take these words to heart, then the
    • all that they sought; all that their hearts yearned and their
    • born in their heart for a Something which we seek in vain in
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    • occupied his hearers in the slightest. When someone lectures
    • heard about it, whereas this is probably not the case in
    • Once I heard a
    • valuable perhaps to the hearers, than the terrible experience
    • lecturing most surely does not come from his heart, that it
    • stems from quite another place than his heart. And truly, all
    • lectures should come from the heart. Even the most abstract
    • lecture should come from the heart. And that it can! And it
    • abstract lecture can come from the heart.
    • tell him something he is eager to hear, but when we expect
    • possible we must have rehearsed earlier, letting it take form
    • propaganda for one's lecture. Those who hear about the
    • captivate the hearts of the listeners at the end: —
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    • to hear Begreifen in the word Begriff it is
    • ear for it, however, already hears the “As If”
    • sufficiently unprejudiced for it, then one only seldom hears
    • connection with his heart and with his whole soul, with his
    • have the ear to hear within the sound and the tone-color of
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    • middle-class population hears only that which it, has sensed
    • hear even physically nothing else than what they have been
    • used to hearing for decades. Even physically — not
    • merely with the soul — even physically they hear
    • speak to the heart of the listener. It is this which should
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    • to hear one's own voice. A debater turns his opponent's image
    • good speaker who likes to speak, who likes to hear himself
    • pleasures. One must even feel a certain urge to hear others;
    • hear and especially read — I have explained the
    • difference between hearing and reading — he should hear
    • at heart when one wants to affect one's fellow-men by means
    • not a matter of words, it's a matter of deeds! I have heard
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    • by heart, so that you can fluently repeat the one version
    • three by heart, and try to say them so fluently that during
    • do the three versions by heart, and that one never interferes
    • Again, learn it by heart and say one after
    • objective. Man hears himself speak quite instinctively. In
    • obvious sense. Of course, one can hear by the speech whether
    • varying degrees, to being heard in the surroundings. A
    • this, to be heard objectively by the one who is speaking
    • are, the less suitable they are to be heard inwardly and to
    • That hears itself while one is speaking!
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    • holding himself to one or another phrase and to hear what
    • inhalation on hearing a question. This is not contradicted by
    • a situation when the listener may be breathing out on hearing
    • with hearing a content in question form. However, because of
    • hears a straight assertion his actual tendency is to engage
    • that it removes the understanding from the organ of hearing.
    • — after a time — they again begin to hear, they
    • once heard in Vienna, where I had been led by someone to the
    • when one hears it, one gets a light shock;
    • which, if one hears it, one gets something like a light
    • Crown Prince come and we will hear how the matter stands.
    • everything we hear from inanimate bodies is heard more from
    • outside with the ear, but the speech of men is really heard
    • know what a great difference exists between hearing, say, the
    • the speaking that is heard. The rest is much more merely an
    • accompanying phenomenon than is the case with the hearing of
    • trivial ways to what the listener wants to hear. That is
    • important thing is the enthusiasm that lives in your hearts,
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    • own, hearing it and letting it reveal itself. And when he is
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    • heartfelt opinion — you will come to feel the definite
    • you have spoken to us out of an anthroposophical heart of
    • in our hearts which will endure throughout the period of our
    • know that I speak from the bottom of every heart, now that
    • from the heart of every one here present.
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    • speaks profoundly to our hearts, a symbol not only of the
    • gave of the substance of their hearts. As in the case of the
    • Foundation Conference if we can bring to life in our hearts
    • Movement may appear before our hearts and before the eyes of
    • take it into our hearts at the beginning of our Conference.
    • Let us inscribe deeply within our hearts the knowledge that
    • times speak in a shining script to the hearts of human
    • concern of our hearts. If we fail, the Society will not
    • coming days must be accomplished within all your hearts, my
    • dear friends. Whatever we say and hear will only become a
    • way if our heart's blood is capable of beating for it. My
    • here: to call forth a harmony of hearts in a truly
    • genuinely entered into the hearts of our dear
    • intimate affairs of the human heart and soul are linked to
    • much loved and dear to our hearts — when the Mystery
    • them only the simplicity of their hearts, and before the
    • to come to pass through our own hearts and souls!
    • again: Everything that beats in these youthful hearts,
    • if you have a heart for what is welling up into mankind today
    • society. I beg you heartily never to use the word
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    • Thou livest in the beat of heart and lung
    • verses your ears have just heard.
    • and limbs, in his system of heart and rhythm, in his system
    • our hearts are enlivened through and through by
    • sway between lung and heart — expressing inwardly the
    • this in wisdom with a heart that has become a sense organ,
    • universal rhythm and heart rhythm, and through this the human
    • realms in the interplay between lung and heart.
    • system of his head and pouring warmth of heart into this
    • lowered into the soil of our hearts. Let us seek in the
    • hearts, let us seek the power of thoughts from the heights
    • the proper soil consists of our hearts in their harmonious
    • Stone of love which today we will lower into our hearts.
    • of good will we have planted in our hearts today.
    • hearts, in our thoughts and in our will let us bring to life
    • feelings of our heart be turned back towards the original
    • To simple shepherds' hearts,
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • What we from our hearts would found
    • hearts and the enlightening of our heads which we need if we
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    • as that we have just heard to a time which will arise
    • everywhere hearts are waiting for Anthroposophy, and that
    • eurythmy rehearsal my evening lecture will begin at 8.30.
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    • written a letter just before Christmas, having heard about
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    • the Conference, for it is in our hearts that this fundamental
    • need the atmosphere of a clique. When hearts truly understand
    • problem of letting our hearts sound in harmony with one
    • Thou livest in the beat of heart and lung
    • rightly with words such as these, which are heard coming from
    • ‘spirit-awareness’ when you hear:
    • when you hear:
    • spiritual world is bringing to us to raise our hearts, to
    • evening. Tomorrow at 10 o'clock we shall hear Dr Guenther
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    • Thou livest in the beat of heart and lung
    • out of the deep needs of our heart, it was necessary last
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    • rehearsals. There is therefore no room large enough for all
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    • the contribution we should of course hear as many justified
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    • DR STEINER: My dear friends! Let us hear again today the
    • Thou livest in the beat of heart and lung
    • points to what is heard in the call to the Seraphim, Cherubim
    • universal word and are heard because they find an echo in the
    • we have here the voices heard coming from beings who pray for
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    • Thou livest in the beat of heart and lung
    • the heart of man only by that which actually made its
    • To simple shepherds' hearts,
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • What we from our hearts would found
    • What we from our hearts would found,
    • What we from our hearts would
    • might once more thank him most heartily. I really did believe
    • Merry in your name to take to Mr Dunlop out hearty thanks for
    • to the way in which everywhere people are waiting to hear
    • all if you spare us any categories. We need to hear how each
    • individual feels in his heart of hearts, for we want to deal
    • your heart of hearts. For us here the most interesting thing
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    • To simple shepherds' hearts,
    • Warm thou our hearts,
    • What we from our hearts would found
    • be heard from East, West, North, South. To this Light Divine
    • spirits of the elements hear it
    • May human beings hear it!
    • The spirits of the elements hear it
    • May human beings hear it!
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    • those who come to hear and see the performances of eurythmy,
    • eurythmy rehearsals had to take place on the stage itself.
    • was needed for rehearsals and preparations for
    • identical measurements, will be for rehearsals only. So there
    • will be a room down below which can serve for all rehearsals
    • up to the dress rehearsal, thus leaving the upper auditorium
    • for those taking part in the rehearsals, where they may wait
    • to belong to history, which means your hearts, my dear
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    • this? I would like to hear what people think.
    • his heart, then please do express it now, so that we can
    • country to another. You will have heard that in England I
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    • remember how it was possible, then, to link the human heart,
    • Mysteries, then those who in their heart and soul understood
    • human hearts, especially when they can be seen taking shape
    • good human hearts and the good gods, a relationship made ever
    • Again and again we hear in history that a human being
    • his pupil, we can overhear many a conversation that describes
    • shining eyes the pupil heard the speech of heaven. Then the
    • moving the heart of his pupil, the teacher said: In your
    • back in this way our heart is stirred — through the
    • of the heart: Unite with the world ether and you shall see
    • our heart of hearts we could say that in the flames rising up
    • inexpressible response in all our hearts, in all our souls.
    • friends, when this inner vow flows from our heart in all
    • hearts, the flame which is to enlighten and warm that which
    • friends, may this link our hearts to the old Goetheanum which
    • we had to consign to the elements. May it link our hearts
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    • in the beat of heart and lung
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    • The lectures heard up to now have been marvellous, but what
    • entirely new kingdom in one's heart in order as a doctor to
    • remembrance and such as our heart must long for. So at 4.30
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    • development so that your hearts might be opened to take in
    • the grave Guardian of the Threshold is heard: For your own
    • eastern human being would be heard to utter spirit words of
    • place where human beings can hear openly about what is going
    • and govern it. Human beings must be able to hear in Dornach
    • them but so that heart and mind and soul may become filled to
    • it was so good to hear Dr Zeylmans speak this morning about a
    • medicine, and to hear him say that it is no longer possible
    • first show people eurythmy; if they hear nothing about
    • taken a liking to eurythmy, if they hear that Anthroposophy
    • then, if they later hear that Anthroposophy is behind the
    • by our friends in their hearts. From all this the thought has
    • on the affairs of Anthroposophy, the better have we heard the
    • exhortation, resounds: In hearing the voice from the land of
    • hear: You must remain outside the land of the spirit, you
    • are the souls of anthroposophists hear: Your remaining test
    • which you are capable of hearing because of the inclination
    • of your soul, because of the inclination of your heart.
    • The spirits of the elements hear it
    • May human beings hear it.
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    • to rouse themselves to inner activity through what they hear. The
    • possibility of receiving in his heart the light of the world spirit
    • that has come to dwell there and from that heart illumine human
    • can understand someone asking questions close to his heart such as,
    • to be properly vigilant. It was always painful to have to hear people
    • the need to concentrate all the forces of their hearts and minds on
    • additional element was what grew out of the heart of anthroposophy,
    • out of the very heart of anthroposophy.
    • to get a hearing for the threefold commonwealth in
    • into man's innermost being, into his heart, his spirit, his whole way
    • older with a different kind of feeling in their hearts because the
    • to limit itself to speaking to people from its innermost heart, as
    • certain terrain for itself in the world of human hearts before going
    • anthroposophy in the Society are sometimes disturbed to hear, in the
    • not fostered pure anthroposophy in its innermost heart for one and a
    • broken-hearted, at the Goetheanum ruins there in Dornach. We are also
    • on holding branch meetings and hearing about anthroposophy, but
    • my expression of gratitude to those whose hearts and hands helped
    • everything heart-warming that our members far and near have lately
    • feel depressed, but rather to summon up those forces of heart and
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    • own conclusions and learn to give facts an unprejudiced hearing, so
    • his hearers are even being forced by the way he puts things to form
    • was having chances to be heard while the other had none. If I am not
    • myself. That was apparent to anyone who heard the closing words I
    • supports the further single truths they hear. These further truths
    • then illuminate things heard in the past. An increasing familiarity
    • and reassures the heart, so that man's soul can at all times feel
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    • today's lecture in a way that may help my hearers form independent
    • We often hear
    • heard and knows as part of reality. The vital thing in discussing
    • like to hear. I saw that the theosophists wanted to listen to what
    • address any audience interested in hearing me. Though my previous
    • anything but anthroposophy to those interested in hearing about it,
    • his heart. That is the reason I allowed myself to express it as
    • civilized life and, most especially, by modern hearts. Please take my
    • challenge to join in a Movement guided by a true heart for
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    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • seeking, is fused into one indivisible whole in the heart and soul of
    • those specific hearts. But such a coming together of human beings
    • anthroposophical life need instead is loving hearts and eyes opened
    • Otherwise, the right heart and feeling are missing in one's relation
    • matter from the standpoint of the heart, what a difference you see!
    • Think how dissatisfied the heart is with one's external life! One
    • also feel real heart's concern for the fate of anthroposophy. But
    • in our very hearts. That can happen only in a state of fullest
    • light with all its heart, with its innermost heart's warmth.
    • Anybody with a heart and a healthy mind can take in anthroposophy,
    • and they don't want to hear a word about developing. But neither
    • what impulses are essential to sharing with one's heart in the life
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    • by keeping oriented to that ideal that every anthroposophical heart
    • It should be the more deeply graven on our hearts now that it can no
    • the air. When I talk with the gods, they tell me thoughts that I hear
    • activity. They believed that they were hearing thoughts whispered to
    • they heard people. When they heard with their souls, when their
    • perception was of thoughts, they said they heard spiritual beings.
    • speaking. Whereas the Oriental still heard that speaking, the Greek
    • that of cherishing in our hearts everything we hoped to realize
    • our hearts. In our day we cannot say with the clairvoyant Oriental of
    • beginnings. The person who feels his whole heart and soul thrill to
    • discover afterwards that thoughts that take shape in our own hearts
    • quietly engrave them on our hearts. But they must be made a source of
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    • plastic forms. If one stood on the podium speaking from the heart in
    • in a sense, build a monument to it in our hearts in memory form. Even
    • shelter in our hearts that will replace the one we have lost, We must
    • try with every means at our disposal to rebuild in our hearts, for
    • in our members' hearts, the grief and pain we suffered can be turned
    • they are graven on my heart, but because they point to a fact on
    • work, wherever anthroposophy really lived. They were born of hearts
    • our friends had good reason to express here. I heard someone say (and
    • hearts and souls. What has come into being as the Anthroposophical
    • has. My effort today to throw light on what it is in the heart's
    • us if we passed one another by without hearing resounding in the
    • hear that call. Just as a person wakes up through the natural world
    • cultus celebrated on the physical plane. Our hearts and souls and
    • you after hearing my description of the spiritual bases of
    • sorts of matters, and instead fill our hearts with anthroposophical
    • a very anxious heart; for surely no one will deny that I understand
    • to hear what the two members of the Central Executive Committee would
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    • soul develops it. I am referring to tolerance of a truly heartfelt
    • people talking together are not even concerned to hear what the other
    • discussing has its root in the fact that when people hear sensational
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    • academic young people approach the Society with strong heart impulses
    • with their hearts on fire with enthusiasm for ideals that encompassed
    • But that is not the way things should be going. Hearts were needed to
    • go out to hearts.
    • Stuttgart last Sunday. The first order of business was to hear what
    • were to be given a hearing in the persons of their delegates.
    • wonderful, heartfelt, profound words. Mr. Werbeck gave a masterly
    • anthroposophical soulfulness, whole-heartedly immersed in
    • The suit looked grotesque, and this was apparent to any wholehearted
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    • always be heard whenever a soul desires it, that a continuing Christ
    • matter of concern. When that happens, one seldom hears the phrase,
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    • just as absurd for someone who hears anthroposophical truths to say
    • little wisdom, one even takes pleasure in hearing people say
    • cognition, but of the heart, and this fact must be recognized.
    • direction of people's not only not wanting to hear his report twice
    • over but not even wanting to hear it once; a motion to that effect
    • Society — simply did not want to hear about opponents!
    • those interested in hearing them. Until 1918 the Society was just
    • anthroposophy the most vital content of their hearts and souls. But
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    • life. How many say light-heartedly: — “People speak here
    • impossible for them to do so, and who therefore have to hear the
    • perceived by an Initiate differ from those heard by a man who has
    • only heard them, and not himself looked into the spiritual world?
    • If they wish to hear of of the discoveries he has made and to accept
    • giddiness through the “sense of balance of which you have heard
    • such things often hears it said: — “I have not done this
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    • lightheartedly but with precision. — If you have followed
    • sun later. If you remember all you have heard or read you must allow
    • stream directly into us? It takes place — and you have heard
    • must be laid to heart: — Nothing that affects oneself must be
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    • whole WORLD was then heard in the spoken word compared with what is
    • ordinarily heard to-day. This is a special quality of the Hebrew
    • A man thinks he has a heart in his breast, but this heart is a
    • produced by clearly defined forces. So is the human heart. You can
    • heart. Think everything else away except the forces that meet in you,
    • heart. It is the same with our other organs: they are fragments of
    • us that makes it appear as if we had a heart, a liver, etc., or that
    • to know what was in the heart of John the Baptist or of Jesus of
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    • one often hears people exclaim: — “And yet he was an
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    • can hear in them something of what streams down to us from the realms
    • could be heard that agreed in any way with the revelations of
    • extended beyond his physical body. It became in this case the hearer
    • case other words heard at that time would acquire a different
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    • hear it said: — “This science holds, that the human
    • have heard that if the ego is not to be lost it must be guided by the
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    • heart an ideal by which well-being and blessedness might be attained.
    • and was then filled with impulses of feeling from his heart. Such a
    • friends heard of it they went out to lay hold of Him, for they
    • 3:21 And when his friends heard of it, they went out to lay hold on him: for they said, He is beside himself. \
    • braced and then laid against the ear this tone can be heard; but the
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    • have heard during this winter we have tried to make you realise that
    • of hearing of this path who understands the words from the Gospel of
    • testing what is said. You may frequently hear it said: Take the whole
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    • the hearts and souls of our contemporaries. It is naturally not
    • course of lectures, I tried to arouse some interest in the hearts of
    • my hearers, it could be seen there also how the spirit we cherish
    • of the great wisdom of the world the hearts and souls of the men of
    • down to us from ancient times.” Many such voices were,heard,in
    • into our hearts.
    • unconscious way into the hearts and souls of men. Let us try to form
    • have heard that certain Beings remained behind on the Moon as
    • we do here, but souls then heard something quite different from the
    • heard. They did not travel from place to place in order to hear
    • lectures on spiritual science, but they heard rhapsodists who passed
    • he heard moaning proceedi.ng from it. He followed the course of the
    • living now who heard such tales and accepted them with joy. And when
    • knowledge that entering into men's hearts and souls makes the
    • popular and lay hold of men's hearts.”
    • But such hearts must
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    • According to the eye of the seeing human being, to the ear of the hearing
    • beings live on the planet Mars of which kind ever, may they hear the
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    • is only inclined to hear this inner voice unselfishly, not to let drown
    • But you are not allowed to rest; you must go on and hear to the voice
    • in everybody, who wants to hear me, that I long for higher levels and
    • we see or hear: it is. We attribute the being to it. “A thing
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    • whose heart is connected with Christianity. On the contrary, those who understand
    • finds fulfilment, however, in this externally visible personality. We hear then
    • — What should come to Jesus Christ? But immediately we hear that it was
    • being should bear Christ in his inside, in his primal beginning. In our heart
    • even more, and we have to take this to heart. He says to us in I Corinthians
    • it, we know if we have heard the true whether it speaks to our hearts whether
    • our heart can use it. But we must not claim to be able to produce the knowledge
    • from our hearts, from our simple human minds. The differentiation which was
    • to those who were sufficiently prepared. Those who were rich of spirit heard
    • however, there stood the crowd and got nothing to hear as that what the wisdom
    • could find response in the most simple human heart at the same time. Hence,
    • hearts, to strike sparks out of them. Thus they had to experience the highest
    • of the single human hearts. We hear that Christ leads his disciples Peter, James
    • before the eyes of his disciples. We hear that Moses and Elijah were at both
    • go out into the world and strike the sparks out of simple hearts which have
    • of the Communion. You do not hear about that in detail today, but allow me to
    • hear in the Gospel that Christ passed a blind-born man. And those who were around
    • life. What we call karma is suggested here, not expressed. We hear immediately
    • spirit, to the kingdoms of Heaven because of their simple hearts.
    • for the simple human heart, which moves in the everyday, but such a deep understanding
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    • dilettantish person with regard to science. Who has not heard often
    • hear that anybody who has not tackled Kant has no right to have a say
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    • there outside our organ, outside our ear which hears the tone. What takes place
    • exists if we hear a sound, light is only an oscillatory movement of the ether.
    • heart of the matter. Nevertheless, we must keep in mind that any moral action
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    • tones, but only an ear which hears them. Perhaps, you could believe that I wanted
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    • you can hear that one assumes that the human being is to be considered according
    • through our eyes and hear through our ears something sensory. We perceive everything
    • sense who considers it not as it appears to him if he hears with external ears,
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    • eyes and hear with ears, but if we observe the own soul?
    • seems quite strange. He wrote down a complete mass — which he heard once
    • and which he could never have heard before because one was not allowed to write
    • down it — immediately after he had heard it. What an achievement of memory
    • removed by this law. We hear these naturalists speaking in such a way that somebody
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    • which expresses itself in the immediate sensation, which comes from the heart
    • Neither pain nor joy penetrated his heart. He was above any grief and desire.
    • the human soul in another form than one normally hears it. He puts the question:
    • inside, so that we hear the spirit speaking in our inside?
    • disciple should have understood the spirit of mathematics. We heard in the first
    • of the everyday life, as long it cannot hear the living word through which the
    • Before the ear can hear,
    • the sensuous sense. Then he hears self-consciousness in his inside speaking
    • without desire and grief like the hypnotised hears the thoughts and words of
    • Before the ear can hear,
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    • from university to university, from chair to chair: what you hear with regard
    • from the deepest need of heart and soul for the answer of the questions: where
    • to hear something about the soul. Because the question of the soul was so unstoppable,
    • others which grope in the dark and also hear et cetera, there are in the spiritual
    • theosophical movement to hear not to those who reveal truth from the unconsciousness
    • heart.”
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    • with their regular senses where they do not hear if in their nearness a bell
    • example, to the words of a certain person. They see and hear nothing around
    • of soldiers passing outside your window and hear the clatter of the horses exactly.
    • You wake and discover that you have heard the ticking of the watch at this moment;
    • since this continues in your consciousness. You have heard it, however, not
    • as a ticking as your usual ear hears it, but it has transformed itself, has
    • this wakes and really hears the cock crowing outside.
    • the ear has heard the crowing cock, but it has not heard the real cockcrow at
    • first, but the dream consciousness has made a symbol of that which it has heard;
    • his bed; he has heard the chair toppling over, but not in such a way as it is,
    • so-called vegetative physical life, our digestion, our breathing, and our heartbeats
    • Your mind is closed, your heart is dead!
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    • others who are in the know. Allow me to express it: you can never hear the last
    • hardly be discussed publicly. That is why you can never hear the very last word
    • who had the guidance of the spirit as mystery priests. So we hear from one that
    • beings cause that knocking sounds are to be heard in their surroundings that
    • about this event, and after some time one heard that the fire had happened in
    • The scholar sat down and heard a discussion in the next room. However, he heard
    • always only Swedenborg speaking; he did not hear answering. The case became
    • even more noticeable to him when he heard the discussion taking place in wonderful
    • classical Latin, and particularly when he heard him intimately talking about
    • cited the reasons. We hear next time how such a thing comes about. However,
    • bodily eyes to hear with bodily ears — is only one way of many possible
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    • a book very well with shut eyes; that he could read with the heart and could
    • the hearts, such a power which is allowed to intervene in the hearts and freedom
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    • the sight of the works of Raphael or Michelangelo, may human hearts be delighted
    • again, after it has delighted your eye some time and has pleased your heart.
    • of his destiny not only, but he has to say to himself: bitterness, heartache
    • and antipathy. The human being hears the spirit speaking from his soul; he perceives
  • Title: Spiritual Teachings of Soul/World: Course V - Lecture II: What Do Our Scholars Know about Theosophy?
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    • differently.” You can hear such things in abundance. What you hardly hear,
    • great sensation, have experienced many editions and conquered hearts and souls.
    • who sees, hears, smells, tastes with his five senses, and combines the sense-perception
    • with the physical eye, the mind sees with the spiritual eye. Like the body hears
    • with the physical ear, the mind hears with the spiritual ear.
    • talks or can be heard, otherwise, somewhere within the theosophical movement
    • comes there and says that this does not interest him which one hears with the
    • are in rest. I want to completely refrain from that which you hear there with
    • forces, and what he hears with the musical ear — the swinging string expresses
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    • not see and hear the world in this particular way. The physiologist can give
    • has no ears; he does not hear the sounds of his fellow men. They could produce
    • senses awake how the human being can attain the higher consciousness, we hear
    • his heart is saved by Zeus. This is the performance of a great human drama;
    • the single human heart. He headed one of his scientific works with the following
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    • 19th century that they were dissatisfied with that which they could hear from
    • hearts with it. This is because theosophy does nothing else than to renew the
    • movement, is pulsating. Somebody who does not know in his deepest heart that
    • our Europeans in Buddhist phrases because for our European hearts and souls
    • than what was suitable for the Egyptian heart. Buddha would never have taught
    • anything else than what was for the Indian heart. And we have to teach what
    • is for the western heart. We must cling to what already lives in the people.
    • every heart. We must forget to swear on dogmas, forget to look for the right
    • this issues from no dogma, this issues from his heart only. He has to do nothing
    • into being in our hearts every day anew. If we understand this, we are right
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    • charm of the mountains. And if we then ask ourselves what our hearts
    • like, unfortunately get separated in their hearts, too, from the
    • now and for ever-more to kindle those forces in our hearts that can
    • it is necessary for our hearts to change. Despite all the machinery of
    • civilisation that will appear in the outside world, men's hearts must
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    • Then the man, now only a step or two from the precipice perhaps, hears
    • theosophists at heart, although they are not followers of Spiritual
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    • stimulation of the feelings. The life of the heart is something quite
    • different from conceptual life. In the life of the heart we have a far
    • heart which has not yet subsided, it frequently happens that we turn
    • heart, who feels in connection with everything that people
    • feelings of the heart from soul to soul, from master to pupil, from
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    • heart the task of ridding his pupils of anger. When he was faced by
    • feelings of the heart, are in the middle. Now, we know that the life
    • the press for the cultivation of the emotional life. A serene heart, a
    • to souls through the word itself heart forces and moral impulses. We
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    • we heard that in still later epochs men will be able to behold Him in even
    • materialist), suddenly he hears a voice saying: ‘Stop what you purpose
    • will flow into the hearts of men as a magic, moral power. In this way
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    • As you have often heard, there are great differences between the
    • saw and heard, even with what he thought. He did not cogitate and
    • individuality had strong heart forces and a power of deep, inward love
    • hearts! The time is at hand when the spirit is to stream directly into
    • our voice heard in the world than it will be for any others. The
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    • our moods of heart and feeling these we retain after death, and we
    • suddenly hears a voice calling out to him from somewhere: ‘Stand
    • quite certainly have lost his life if he had not heard this voice;
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    • ourselves justice or, find our proper hearings in life. That is what I
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    • clear at the first time of hearing. In the lecture yesterday it was
    • to the heart, to the life of feeling, that must be developed, not the
    • the sacred Atlantean culture shone forth in the hearts of these seven
    • He was born many times with great and profound qualities of heart. It
    • of the twelve, and he has been able to convey to us the mood of heart
    • of heart. How does a fanatic behave? He wants to convert people as
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    • we shall hear more about the character and the person of Christian
    • place of which we heard here a year ago in connection with the
    • The Gloria heard by the shepherds in the fields intimated from
    • Again, then, we have heard of one of the spiritual deeds of Christian
    • A year ago we heard how the knowledge of having a certain relationship
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    • hearing again one of the personalities belonging to the most powerful
    • you who are interested in such things may hear much which is not
    • This means that they could enter into every heart and speak according
    • what he had thus acquired. Whoever heard my Atlantis lectures
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    • the expression of higher truths, sank into the souls of his hearers.
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    • (These seven principles and the organs with which they are occultly connected are enumerated as follows:Physical body — base of the nose.Etheric body — liver.Kama or Kama-Rupa (astral body) — digestive system, stomach.Kama-Manas (astral-ego) — umbilical cord.Higher Manas (Spirit Self) — hearNote 5)
    • similar way with heart and blood circulation. Buddhi, or Life Spirit,
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    • straight to the human heart and can uplift a person, but it is unable
    • Queen of Sheba, was visiting Jerusalem because she had heard of the
    • Now she heard about the temple which was being built and she desired
    • with love, but the individual human heart would
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    • hear the words: You must lay aside everything which you have acquired as
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    • and which makes it possible to hear the
    • is certainly in a position to hear the voice of the Wise Masters. So
    • therefore, you hear something concerning the German Misraim-Memphis
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    • You have heard of Hatha Yoga, Rajah Yoga and other exercises of
    • live only in its effects. And this brings us to the heart of the
    • universe alternate between these two processes. When you see, hear,
    • regard his deeds, not his ego, as the criterion. The real heart of
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    • listener's hearts just like the light shining through the coloured
    • heart, which functions in a wonderful way, even though human beings
    • Alcohol, tea, coffee and so on attack the heart in the most
    • was about to throw himself into the heat of the flames. Then he heard
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    • follow the teaching of the Templars, there at the heart of it is a
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    • But there are some amongst us who may not have heard last year's
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    • stream we receive a widening of the soul, we feel the heart broadened
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    • heard me speak about such things. Occult brotherhoods are the guiding
    • pictures which originate in the astral. One has to raise heart and
    • near to these things if their whole hearts had been transformed.
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    • for the very heart of what was attempted in the twelfth century. That
    • you who heard my recent lecture
    • human heart. For it is manifested through the artist, becoming a work
    • that time, through innumerable channels, the hearts of men have
    • heard my last lecture about Freemasonry
    • we must nevertheless not lose heart in our endeavour to awaken its
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    • great deal more than they can answer for,) we shall hear
    • me. The first thing we heard was a scream from my wife's
    • hurried to my wife. I heard to my relief that she had
    • him!” In order not to hear this voice I began to
    • voice. I heard it unceasingly. During the night I could
    • It has been decreed that I shall hear these chains
    • perchance, even I had a heart
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    • be received by specific human hearts, also by the hearts of
    • near her, heard her breathing. The next minute, however,
    • to be heard, and a suffocating loneliness surrounded her.
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    • can be heard everywhere. This is only a fear of the
    • inner depths of their being, and when they hear that it is
    • terrible disease. In the heart of every writer there is a
    • heart or his talent.”
    • sympathy out of his heart; he must become a dull-headed
    • the heart of things. it is really only human beings of this
    • heart, it is cold, icy.” And they flee in hosts; only
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    • them as symptoms, that one disregards them with a cold heart
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    • your heart and mind the Anthroposophical life. You see, this
    • spiritual truth. You have just heard how it depends on
    • everywhere where Anthroposophy wants to be heard, Anthroposophy
    • must be heard: our duty must be done. We must not allow the
    • this to your hearts, to your minds, to your consciousness!
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    • of human souls and human hearts. The type of inner conflict I have described
    • way into heart and mind and yet against our will gains reverence
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    • as we know it today. In reality, however, the lungs, stomach, heart,
    • we should not really speak of a lung, a heart, of kidneys and a liver.
    • We should speak of a heart process, the sum total of heart processes,
    • our lungs, heart, liver, kidneys are such that they really hide their
    • have grown dissatisfied in our heart of hearts. Within the soul's capacity
    • the basis of hearsay and after glancing at perhaps a single book and
    • hearing certain reports, in perfect sincerity — this one has to
    • life. And he has obviously also heard or read that the initial, very
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    • Despite it not wanting to be heard on the one side, on the
    • Munich, and everyone could hear the grass grow which indicated
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    • centuries closely associated in the human heart with the
    • the Christmas tree should light up in our hearts an
    • Savior of the world. Let us hear another voice, the voice of
    • heart. Now that I have lost that childish fear, and the voice
    • of an infallible and all-knowing spirit can be heard, since I
    • Then, and only then, my dear friends, will our hearts and souls
    • one's heart with egotistical warmth that overflows in
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    • your mind is closed, your heart is dead!
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    • — which is hopeless. Indeed, it changes. We hear that now
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    • Today, one can hear those persons who think about such matters
    • on truth, on objective reality. You can hear it repeatedly:
    • who has learnt a cookbook by heart, but cannot cook. As well as
    • creating. We heard about the ferryman that he is able to lead
    • secret. At the moment when the old man hears that the snake
    • imagine in other way — as you will hear in the course of
    • Steiner supposed that a hearing defect of Goethe's secretary
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    • Somebody who says, I do not want to hear what the critics and
    • view of naive faith, undeterred faith. Today one has to hear
    • heart — as Aristotle teaches — but from the brain.
    • the heart instead of from the brain, it becomes apparent that
    • heard the voice of the LORD God.” However, you read in
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    • all time, that took place with Paul. He received it: to hear
    • those who hear these talks already for some years, it cannot be
    • to see and to hear with spiritual eyes and ears independently
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    • today already as I would suggest it also wholeheartedly in one
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    • hear about this in the next talk.
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    • hear the supporters of the natural medicine saying, the
    • says, you do not strengthen your heart if you try to spur it
    • perpetually with stimulants, but you strengthen your weak heart
    • increased, for instance, heart diseases, cancer illnesses,
    • force of the human being if he hears that, for example, rabbits
    • what the ears hear and what the hands can touch. — Now
    • externally discernible, what the eyes see, what the ears hear,
    • concepts. He describes what cannot be heard with ears, what
    • long as the human beings do not hear this call of spiritual
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  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XI: The Invisible Human Members and Practical Life
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    • the connecting nerve cords develop from the hearing to the
    • longer lying on my heart like a stone, and this feeling of
    • science works immediately on the ego. If we hear anything about
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • physical eyes see and physical ears hear. Really, from such a
    • shine through the heart.
    • to make the soul clear and the heart warm. Then it had happened
    • hear the words:
    • “nothingness.” We hear sounding from that which
    • There he says, it is strange that one does not hear so many
    • you let me look deep down into her heart
    • reveal my self to me, and then my heart's
    • where deep wonders of his heart have been revealed. There he
    • tragic song will now be heard by strangers
    • whose very praise must cause my heart misgivings,
    • these sounds we spirits hear
    • things unheard you must not hear ...
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    • Your mind is closed, your heart is dead!
    • these sounds we spirits hear
    • things unheard you must not hear.
    • hears the sounds who settles down in the spiritual world. They
    • hear again how the sounds of millennia harmonise. At the
    • me, the great Ahura Mazdao. Who does not want to hear His words
    • seize him. There they hear the words from his mouth: “The
    • overcome one thing. Again, we deeply look into Goethe's heart
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XV: Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • light-heartedly, and he forgets the need for a spiritual world;
    • civilisation offers? Nietzsche's heart was involved in
    • penetrate the human heart with devoutness.
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    • hearts again as a divine and produces the true devoutness as
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    • hearing, looking, touching and so on. It makes concepts,
    • mysteries, long before the appearance of Christianity. We hear
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • that the senses, the feeling, hearing and so on are quiet, and
    • organs: heart, stomach, which have to contribute a certain part
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • in the organs connected with hearing, speech and singing when he sings
    • one which you settle with yourself in your heart. In the fifth you feel
    • dreadful to see a eurythmist sitting down tired during a rehearsal,
    • got paralysed. I have sometimes observed in eurythmy rehearsals that
    • the musical sound, taking hold of it, being able to hear it, and living
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • produced in the first place in order to be heard, whereas eurythmy brings
    • like to hear each song in its turn.’ He wanted each voice to be played
    • three. With the one note that you actually hear as sound, which is produced
    • is the musical element? It is what you do not hear! [19] That which
    • you hear is never musical. If you take the experience which exists in
    • time, which lies between two notes of a melody, then you hear nothing,
    • able to bring out that which cannot be heard, the more you use the audible
    • to hear approximately this correspondence between the main vowels and
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • lies between the words. Furthermore, the sounds we hear in words are
    • be heard.
    • has to be heard; ah has also to be heard. At most they may
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    • in the intervals, constituting that which we do not hear. In speaking
    • day, especially where the arts are concerned, that your heart may well
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    • sustained note is heard.
    • we hear a discordant phrase which resolves into a concord. Let us observe
    • and eurythmy. What I do want you especially to take to heart is that
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • For there is a great difference, is there not, whether the heart is
    • heart lies on the right side, but they are exceedingly rare; in such
    • convex form in the lungs, and proceeding further, in the heart-organization
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 8: Pitch (ethos and pathos), Note Values, Dynamics, Changes of Tempo
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    • carries within it the central organ of feeling, the heart. And the physical
    • our heartfelt thanks to you at the close of these lectures. Once again
    • the first hearing, and everything becomes hurried and mixed up.
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • be interesting him. A person who has no interest in hearing a lecture
    • He behaves as though he wanted to hear it, but it keeps him from eating
    • is taken up with something that he can only hear, something
    • with spiritual science. We hear again and again that books should be
    • details. I have even heard the comment, “Oh, what he is saying
    • of to what spiritual science is offering, it turns the hearer's interest
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    • and productive powers”! Here, the human heart too senses in its
    • mental images and working one's way into the real heart of a matter.
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    • One can't help thinking of this on hearing
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    • wanting to hear grand-sounding
    • reflected by our hearing organism. Our entire perceptive organism is
    • carried on ought not to continue, so they expect to hear what he suggests
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • such as we hear some people touting. Those who desire to have occult
    • we saw with our eyes and heard with our ears is no longer perceptible.
    • You will have heard that the human brain
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 7: The Physical Body Binds Us to the Physical World
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    • have already heard of this in my lectures, but I want to discuss it
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • of thanks is heard, acknowledging the return to the earth of the materials
    • colors, etc.; when I use my ears to listen, I hear tones, and so on.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • spiritual science; and one can hear someone speaking who has
    • today to bring the results of spiritual science to the hearts
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • immediately to hear anything of the spiritual world within
    • . Goethe had heard a rather antisophical word which
    • I hear that repeatedly for sixty
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • You can repeatedly hear that objection
    • single thinkers something lived that slumbered in the hearts of
    • see a sum of colours or hear a sum of tones; enthusiasm, the
    • however, these seize the whole person. We hear in the course of
    • in my eye; what I hear as tones is only in my ear; everywhere
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    • However, someone who hears speaking about the meaning of
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • hearts and souls of significant thinkers for long times. We
    • as something positive. If one hears Augustine talking about the
    • strong as possible. What we have to do in this world, we hear
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • without will. You have to search the heart of all philosophical
    • those listeners who have heard only few of these talks quite
    • colours, what you hear as tones in the sensory world, all that
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    • hear;
    • not hear it beating, but feel in the pulse of their own blood
    • 1471), and he would have heard that the French
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    • usual consciousness; but we collide also with the hearing, with
    • researcher that often weighs heavily on his heart.
    • science can settle only so slowly in the human hearts. Again, I
    • extended idea of God, one can only say, how much disheartened
    • feeling, and the faith of those must be disheartened who say,
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    • attempt eight days ago have heard that the human soul, after it
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • like a spiritual-mental heart that breathes in the surroundings
    • will be able to believe in the inner heart of spiritual
    • always hears talking love, love, love, then it is similar as
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • change, a renewal. And yet, when hearing the various ideas on
    • compensations. When one hears nearly everyone call for a
    • different situation. Observe, for example, how the human heart
    • case of Niagara Falls — how this heart must have looked
    • Observing the heart of a person aged about thirty-five, one
    • heart did not exist three hundred years ago, nor will it be
    • dentition. In the coming lectures you will hear more about the
    • hear people say that anthroposophy now dabbles also in
    • that their hearts and feelings should also be educated. This is
    • service when stating how we wish to educate the heart of the
    • What do we have to do so that education can have a heart again?
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    • of the sounds that the child hears. As the sounds are perceived
    • though without linking any thought to what it has heard. At
    • if, for instance, a child hears an angry or passionate voice,
    • tissues. If children hear only gentle speech in their
    • Often we hear it said that someone has inherited a particular
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    • treated with an understanding of human nature. We will hear
    • heartbeat and the breathing is established. This is followed by
    • disheartened because the child at each developmental stage
    • to tire? No, it must never tire, because if the heart were not
    • forces of the heart. Yet it is not good enough to simply
    • of our pupils we now must appeal to their hearts, in both
    • our hearts in our pedagogy.
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    • somewhat lighthearted view of these things may be of the
    • example, they heard a dog barking, “bow-wow.” If
    • communicate likes and dislikes. When hearing a dog's
    • phenomenon. For example, you may have heard people say,
    • to hear.
    • heart, soul, or mind.” But these must be
    • that is, heart and mind together.] The powers of mental imagery
    • child's corporeality is steeped in religion, only to hear a
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    • must not fail now to confirm the student's heartfelt conviction
    • join in with the singing, it is now heard as a separate part.
    • question, pretending that I want to hear the answer to
    • questions, it does not imply that they want to hear something
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    • have discovered already from what you have heard so far). To
    • People are always extremely surprised when they hear me say
    • for example, that a patient's heart is not functioning
    • does not imply that the cure would be to bring the heart back
    • function of the heart. This means that if now one were to get
    • the heart to work normally again, such a “cured”
    • heart, just because of its return to normality, might upset the
    • consist of leaving the heart as it is, with the recommendation
    • that, should the symptoms of the slight heart defect return, a
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    • what is really happening. For example, one often hears the
    • flows from this activity must be permeated with true heart and
    • said during one of our discussions: If one lives with heart and
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    • expression through the medium of eurythmy. Hearing the
    • proper impression of what eurythmy is. Soon you will hear
    • like a musical conductor, used a baton when rehearsing his
    • need to hear more about their feelings and attitudes about this
    • it. But no one should spread lies in the world without hearing
    • heartfelt satisfaction to you, I also wish to put the light
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    • open their hearts and their senses, and human hearts and human
    • hear such a statement, because we live in the age where the
    • to base his teachings on Steiner. I have twice heard a public
    • Protestant to ask every single spiritual Protestant heartily,
    • with the pleasure of hearing anthroposophic truths, but should
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    • hear characterizations of capitalism from me as one nowadays
    • hears them so often and which come from all sorts of
    • nowadays hear so often which I now have to say about capital
    • greatest importance that as many heads and hearts can be won
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    • is gruesome even to our materialistic age for men to hear what actually
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    • the misleading to false thinking. But I will let you hear a few of the
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    • civilization, until it grips the heart and soul of the many; then we
    • the hearts of men.
    • think of all this, that we may gain in our hearts and souls a proper
    • in your hearts.
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    • actually hear people say: ‘What you are trying to make
    • soon overcome this prejudice. We can often hear it said: This or that
    • springs up in every loving heart.’ ‘Now,’ we
    • heart. The loving heart will increasingly beget longings for the
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    • by extending to you my heartiest greeting. Friends in Norrköping
    • itself still more — in the hearts and souls of men. Let us assume
    • enraged multitude could be heard, not the words of wisdom, but of
    • God speak in my own heart?’ He went up into the mountain, and
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    • the fire and the light of their hearts.
    • illumined my heart in its innermost recesses, and which I have
    • considered the dearest, the most intimate treasure of my heart, now
    • consumption, he dedicated himself, heart and soul, to our Movement. In
    • will this occult teaching find in the hearts and souls of men?’
    • heart-blood of his soul; it contained the Christ as substance. The
    • speaking entered into this article with the warmest possible heart and
    • even above myself,” therefore have I hearkened to the command,
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    • so wonderfully that it penetrates deep, deep into our hearts. Let us
    • is what we must follow up in our hearts, and then for the first time we
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    • to us, but it must not be compared with what we should hear if the
    • ‘and the Spirit of Matter he shall not hear.’ Of the Tree
    • of Life man shall not eat and the Spirit of Matter he shall not hear!
    • bodies, we cannot hear directly the Music of the Spheres, nor have
    • the separate incarnations. From a heart profoundly moved I say:
    • his heart and in his soul. Because of this he is permitted to give
    • work in which we are engaged, can dwell in our hearts, because we have
    • from the depths of my heart, I close these lectures, and I hope that we
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 1: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • physical life stand before our soul, addressing the Christian heart.
    • the Event of Golgotha had penetrated and shocked many hearts, men gradually
    • of the human heart. One can truly say that this age of new spiritual
    • hear the call in present world events for a rejuvenation of many old
    • the human heart.
    • the Christmas event, the human and Christian heart must develop an ever
    • heart is filled with pain, when it must look back upon millions of human
    • present time does it have so powerful an effect upon human hearts as
    • human hearts in such vague form as it was given by the French Revolution
    • Testament said in his heart: The capacities and talents that differentiate
    • A heart permeated by the
    • is often a burden in men's hearts.
    • must have ears to hear what He is ever newly revealing in this modern
    • in our hearts today to contemplate His birth — His birth in the
    • to heart, words such as these:
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    • a more thoughtful student of the human heart, but to anyone who observes
    • that is essential when the human heart looks up to Christ needs to be
    • even today's darkness with its lights. Whoever is pure in heart
    • In this spirit, my dear friends, I wish you with all my heart a holy,
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 3: Brotherliness and Freedom ...
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    • cherished the Mystery of Golgotha and turned to it with their hearts,
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    • we may compare what an ancient Egyptian heard in initiation as the description
    • of Isis, and what a Greek heard as the description of Persephone, with
    • much to heart. Very well, if we are not materialists, we may feel that
    • what they have heard. If you would once make the attempt to study all
  • Title: How Can Mankind Find Christ Again?: Lecture 7: Experiences of the Old Year and Outlook over the New Year (part 1)
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    • Those especially whose hearts and minds are given over seriously to
    • number of times. You perceive nothing of the vibrations; you just hear
    • air: then you would hear nothing of the notes. The speed of your own
    • the young dreams that flow out of my heart be realized? Age hardly finds
    • his heart the premonition of complete collapse, who knows it is far
    • look into our hearts they will recognize our guiltlessness.”
    • voice and make our plaint for the whole world to hear. In our profound
    • You will not hear us complain. But our plaint will be heard where no
    • hearing the following: “When peace comes, everything will be just
    • to come into the world when it finds a fruitful soil in human hearts,
    • now, at least some of them — at that time one might have heard:
    • often I have heard this! And it was being written over and over again,
    • heard if only materialistic impulses were working in the world, in human
    • heads and human hearts! If this were actually the case, truly not only
    • by the heads, the hearts, the minds and souls — if sincere —
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    • or hear a scientific talk, we are learning the truth. If we are really
    • is very dear to their hearts. And souls are dominated today on the one
    • rumbling around in their heads or hearts. And while all this rumbles
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    • way I am, you would be hearing the same kind of stupid esoteric views
    • from me that you can hear so much of in the rest of the world. So much
    • hear about it by Epiphany. No one heard a thing, which means that the
    • justified assumption, since no one has heard anything to the contrary,
    • takes on what it has heard today. This is not something to be taken
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    • people first hear about reincarnation, they take an immediate personal
    • to you; you all heard it and followed what was going on. What I am going
    • heard the opinion — coming from people whose aspirations are expressed
    • come to us, but not to break their heart and will at some particular
    • I am always heartily pleased to meet members again in different places,
    • up in a secret chamber in our hearts and only use them as guidelines
    • hear opinions like those expressed again in this letter, claiming that
    • had to hear a conversation in which this was discussed. “I was
    • not want to hear about it.” It's true that I did not want to hear
    • by indicating that you do not want to hear about them. “The following
  • Title: Community Life: Lecture 1: Requirements of Our Life together in the Anthroposophical Society
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    • total of things that really exist, are present in the hearts and minds
    • of people I know quite well. So you see, people who hear you talking
    • strictly accurate. When something someone has heard or seen gets passed
    • have heard about it even if you have no firsthand knowledge of it —
    • hearsay, you will be aware that this gossip or tittle-tattle is going
    • know from experience. But in that case, what you hear about it is not
    • what you hear about it often goes something like this: “Having
    • about them as facts, or whether they are passing on things they heard
    • that they are not simply passing on something they've heard, but are
    • you hear spiritual scientists telling other people that they are vegetarians,
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    • people to hear again and again that we have nothing to do with a religious
    • our own. We must preclude the possibility of first hearing about some
    • many of you have no desire to hear such things, since, after all, your
    • reason for being here is to hear various esoteric truths. However, my
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    • All of you will have heard of the seer Swedenborg.
    • not to be taken lightly. He was not one of those seers who lightheartedly
    • whose lips were moving in speech, but we could hear nothing.
    • made Swedenborg realize that hearing words and seeing gestures is not
    • closing windows, especially when everything said indoors can be heard
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    • the origin of that theory about handshaking. Yesterday you all heard
    • of the days when it was possible to hear children say things like this
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    • heard that the item in question was bought in a store on Smith Street
    • she once heard someone she didn't know call out the name Persephone
    • as she went past. It could well be, however, that she simply overheard
    • from that sequence of sounds. The person in question misheard “Persephone”
    • world of reason. You hear all kinds of derogatory comments about this
    • them with his sense of sight or hear them with his sense of hearing
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    • their hearts, who maybe want to receive peace and harmony in
    • hearts and souls in their systems even if those seem
    • bared of that what the heart longs for. Nevertheless, someone
    • we hear from them that they experience the highest in their
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    • There we hear them saying what spiritual
    • activity has been a matter of his heart. However, his body
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    • you let me look deep down into her heart
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    • heart.
    • In this time, one heard in those areas that
    • Since because of the different things which one heard there one
    • This is a spiritual experience. He hears, so to speak, from the
    • of that what Elishah hears from Elijah is just about that he
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    • the nerves originate from the heart, and if nature contradicts
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    • are discussed in the way in which we discuss them here; you will hear
    • only make your heart ache, because they are so very unreal. These
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    • again and again to appeal to the hearts and souls of men, that they
    • lifeless theory but who allow their heart and soul to be touched by it,
    • that of calling up in the hearts of mon the feeling how necessary it
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    • can open to perceive them, a human ear can hear them. Unless a
    • hear the tones of the morning concert; they are not outdoors,
    • he directly touches the forces of the heart with his knowledge.
    • red colours, I hear the tones C or C sharp, the processes on
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    • sciences. With this refusal, one hears very serious
    • lead to mistakes about mistakes if one accepts light-heartedly
    • contradictions if he hears what spiritual science says. Someone
    • light-heartedly. This sentence reads, “Everything real is
    • exists for hearing something of those lands about which
    • Who would like to believe, so to speak, light-heartedly that
    • heart like that: how can our soul face with satisfaction what
    • a question that has become a question of the heart for many
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    • and that the biggest enemy of learning by heart is the
    • learn something by heart in one go. However, it is this way
    • the heart muscle and other muscles had to rest. We get tired
    • were born out like the heart activity, the immense difference
    • had heard it only as a little boy in the church once. This is
    • when he had heard or recited it. Nevertheless, it is true. From
    • because the human being can only say what he sees and hears
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    • human beings have quite different needs if they hear of a
    • something that deeply cuts in our hearts that penetrates us
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    • how much you can no longer recite by heart now? However, does
    • want again wholeheartedly to be trivial and say, why do you
    • wants just to hear the answers! Woes betide the examinee if he
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    • to understand things, which our eyes see, and our ears hear,
    • have the impression, I hear a tone, or I see red, a movement
    • have the fact in our consciousness: I hear the tone C sharp, I
    • changes into the experience of our soul: I perceive red, I hear
    • hear organ tone, and I smell rose smell. If he did not know
    • smell, hear organ tone, see red, and the immediately flowing
    • the cerebral atoms to the conclusion: I see red, hear organ
    • have you never heard that Lyell (Charles L., 1797-1875) founded
    • a geology? Have you never heard about the big progress, which
    • Mayer did the strange dictum: I exclaim wholeheartedly, a right
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture I: Haeckel, the Riddles of the World and Theosophy
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    • that tore any view of a spiritual life out of the human heart.
    • facts; also those sensations changed which trained heart and
    • achieve that I see red, that I hear organ tones, that I feel
    • hears also tones of the higher worlds sounding, so that the
    • we spirits hear the new day already born.”
    • opening his internal senses if he starts hearing and beholding
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    • peace already in the hearts of high-minded idealists, and,
    • those in whose hearts pain and maybe even aversion of the
    • principles of heart and mind without further ado. This is not
    • requires, the reason, even the heart creates a mask with its
    • perhaps they wrote down their theory with a bleeding heart.
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    • of seeing and hearing developed bit by bit; the external
    • initiated into such a hearing of the world speaking of the
    • he says, “Hearken! Hear the onrush of the Horae! In these
    • sounds we spirits hear the new day already born.” If the
    • with the heart — as we meet a friend and feel warmth in
    • the heart — then we penetrate from the head and its
    • wisdom to the heart and its love of wisdom of the whole world.
    • universal brotherhood permeates his heart. And then, and only
    • to raise the heart, the soul to the spirit, so that one
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    • With somebody who hears the word “social question”
    • because of their ignorance. You hear even today when people
    • Indeed, people hear that there is the spiritual-scientific
    • of the human being himself. Indeed, one also hears that this
    • spiritual causing of our actions and destinies. One hears that
    • and an open heart for human grief, and on the other side, he
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture V: The Question of Women's Rights
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    • have heard something of the spirit of this worldview, that
    • heart, and then it must be able to take a stand on those
    • facts the basis of the higher problems, a train of the heart, a
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    • perpetually, last only as long as the sound is heard, the
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    • him. The modern human being hears and sees the external world.
    • stated that the nerves do not start from the heart, but from
    • again to hear more. However, some may also say that it is a
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture VIII: Fraternity and the Struggle for Existence
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    • other side, we hear repeatedly emphasised that the human being
    • wholeheartedly that he should develop what lies in his inside
    • accepts this struggle for existence wholeheartedly in the
    • word almost does not have any significance to us; we hear it
    • and have not heard it, nevertheless. However, we must learn to
    • suppress our opinion to hear the other completely, not only the
    • understanding the fraternity at heart, then it becomes a fact.
    • soul, have the heart to let flow your thoughts affectionately
    • soul sometimes, with melancholy in the heart and transform it
    • the silence of his heart if he develops his whole personality,
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    • who has never heard of it, it is occultism for many people of
    • is selfish until the inside of the human soul. You can hear
    • can hear just where the instructions of the occult life are
    • once that you would have heard of an adorable person in your
    • life of the physical body proceeds. The heart beats
    • model of spirituality in it. If you look at the heart, this
    • heart, then you recognise how disadvantageously the passion
    • it does not know it because it does not hear and see. As our
    • heart and brain, without perceiving them with your fellow men
    • eyes can only see the heart —, it is true that you cannot
    • see or hear your own soul, without recognising them by the
    • For a benevolent divine spirit that had seen and heard in the
    • he could see and hear, and opened his eyes and ears. Just from
    • to hear something of the higher worlds. The human being is
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    • you let me look deep down into her heart
    • reveal my self to me, and then my heart's
    • almost uninteresting to the soul and to the heart. Today often
    • how marvellous it is for him who gets to know the heart by
    • rhythmical, harmonious heartbeat. Thus, it is with the entire
    • will plant themselves again vividly in soul and heart, then
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XI: The Christian Teachings of Wisdom
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    • telling how the religious founders lived. We do not hear
    • raise our hearts and our senses in them, the blessing flows
    • have heard this, these are his holy words, and we want to echo
    • generation to generation: we ourselves heard the word on the
    • today that we can hear Him immediately in the present. Hence,
    • spiritual world; our ears become active, so that we hear
    • world. Then we can also hear that language again, which spoke
    • something that makes hearts leap for joy in the best sense of
  • Title: Riddles of the World: Lecture XII: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • like to say some words. Who has heard some of my talks, already
    • pleasure. If he had no physical ear, he could not hear, had he
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    • wisdom of his heart in the future and attains an even greater
    • within itself. The understood spiritual science makes hearts
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    • Nietzsche anticipated something of that mysterious hearing and
    • all over the world. Pallas Athena saved its heart only and
    • human wisdom. We felt her with our hearts, with our higher
    • whole humanity, the heart of the god Dionysus is saved and
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    • originally? We hear that our ancestors learnt the runes, the
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    • may be deplorable, but understandable in any case, if one hears
    • After we have heard many merely popular talks, we want to hear
    • —We hear it, we cannot prove it, however. We just have to
    • believe it. We hear about the divine being. We have to believe
    • Then he heard Fichte, and from him the great truth of the ego
    • hearing animal, the amphibian a feeling animal, the fish a
    • Hieroglyphics of the Human Heart are writings that are
    • physician and author) and Albertus (?, perhaps hearing
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    • the birds who sees and hears not only through the gates of the
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    • for his own selfish ego, but hears the properties of the beings
    • forms, and we hear it echoing how in the manifold tones the one
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    • the enlightening heart knowledge of it, then the sun is the
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    • it seems rather problematic today if we hear that this medicine
    • built the heart. There are lower animals that have no hearts
    • human heart. He also sees a connection between abnormalities
    • he explains the connection of the heart with the gold, he also
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    • penetrate our understanding, our feelings, our hearts, so
    • have had some judgment, but who heard everything
    • to hear the thunder of cannons, not the Voice of the
    • Points, the voice of the Spirit could have been heard.
    • it is what the Spirit of the Time (and when you hear what
    • really have an open heart and taste for this landscape
    • what, indeed, has not one heard continually in the last
    • question one hears is, what should the state do? —
    • the heart of Spiritual Science — where was that?
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    • will become of these pupils who subscribe wholeheartedly
    • in that way I should like to write the very heart of our
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    • — even hears this reproof: that the word
    • such foolish chatter we have not yet get to the heart of
    • make the heart speak behind the lips. We must find a way
    • and to hear this gratifying phrase trickled out to us:
    • they want to hear the word “German” as a mere
    • who can hear only the spirit of the past today even in
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    • hearts. These objections came from deep sensations. Among them,
    • into our own hearts, but does not bring mental pictures of the
    • hearts. They have no idea that by that which spiritual science
    • life where the spiritual-scientific aspects of soul and heart
    • that they catch fear straight away if they hear about such an
    • says that many people hearing only talks by professor So-and-so
    • shall hear in the talks on the obsession with illness and
    • We shall hear how
    • dissipate the doubts first, calm minds, raise hearts and make
    • world. No thinking head believes that in his heart the real
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    • into opposition to the natural sciences. For you can hear
    • that what we see and hear is real, and that it was a great
    • hear the ear. Then one will realise that any matter is born out
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    • sense what we see what we hear what we feel as warmth. If we
    • that what he sees and hears, so that the question of the nature
    • destiny after death. The human heart has these questions
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    • The mind hears a hardly understood word:
    • greed, a true fury exists with most people indeed, if they hear
    • first steps in every situation, as you will hear. Then higher
    • hears anything of it, he rejects it, and does not want to
    • contrast. We shall hear in the last talk of this winter on
    • end of their development. The larynx and the heart are at the
    • two organs as mechanical apparatuses, the heart like a pump.
    • However, just the theories of the heart and the blood
    • is due to something quite different from the heart, and that
    • the heart moves only by the blood circulation. If the human
    • blood. The heart will be in future a voluntary muscle, and it
    • externally-physically. The heart is a crux to the usual anatomy
    • striated muscle fibers. The heart has such striated fibers,
    • The mind hears a hardly understood word:
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    • realise this if they communed with their hearts once, since the
    • know how to satisfy the longing of my heart. — The most wailful
    • time. What they hear here works on them sometimes deeply
    • hear that. It is experience that the devil of arrogance seizes
    • Already in his youth, Goethe heard some objections against the
    • penetration into the inside of the things. He heard the words
    • I hear that repeatedly for sixty years,
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    • of their hearts to spiritual science. Among them many a man
    • deepen the hearts in such a way that one has to add it to our
    • that the human beings are getting better. — One can hear them
    • better by themselves. — We hear this song singing concerning
    • human being happy, but also because he had a warm heart for the
    • and the abilities at first to look into the hearts of the human
    • beings and to see that the hearts can become something for us.
    • If we understand to immerse ourselves in the hearts of the
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    • a human heart at last?
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    • we have heard in the talk on initiation by which the human
    • sees by the eye; one shall not believe that the ear hears, but
    • the human being hears by the ear. The same applies to the sense
    • human heart. Not only the spiritual part, but also the physical
    • organ, the heart, is a wonderful perspective for our future.
    • The heart is a crux for the anatomist because, otherwise, every
    • voluntary organ has fasciated muscles. The heart is an organ,
    • explain this! The reason is that the heart is intended to be a
    • with a movement of the heart in the future to that what the
    • not only by the tools of the hand, but the heart will be the
    • other organs keep on developing. The heart becomes an important
    • it with the heart and with the larynx. With the predecessors of
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    • such ideas like heaven and hell in the souls and hearts of the
    • can be illustrated easier with it. Somebody who hears the
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    • choirs are to be heard and the like? — He insinuates that it is
    • of that which I heard one of the leaders of the modern
    • such beings with undeveloped hearing? A world that they could
    • ear, we hear the physical tone, and in the same world, the
    • what the eye sees and the ear hears would mean the same as
    • will have the possibility to satisfy the need of their hearts
    • religious needs of the heart. There will come up a spiritual
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    • an experience must come reflection, heart-searching. For this experience
    • One fancies one can hear
    • Because this is so, because one can hope to find the way to the hearts
    • here, so that they will also actually do something. One hears constant
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    • heart, so that it may be mastered in the same way as the multiplication
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    • by far the greater number among the proletariat wholeheartedly profess
    • the hard-heartedness of a Shylock, account is taken as to whether one
    • way — people hear of Lucifer and Ahriman and say to themselves:
    • and half-hearted thinking of present-day official science.
    • very much at heart that our friends should try to go more deeply into the
    • are taken to your hearts they should not be allowed to cool, but that
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    • heart is doing so for the satisfaction of his own egoism.
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    • And we hear unctuous prophets
    • out of the depths of the heart.
    • now to bring to the simplest, most primitive hearts and minds what is
    • in Berne you could have heard someone saying that we should go back
    • heart- and lung-system and digestive-system, work together naturally,
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    • books decades ago, I heard again recently in an address given in Berne
    • of Nations Conference. Once again one could hear the words Jesus was
    • descended upon mankind? Is there no one with heart and sense today in
    • have shown such strong proof of their fruitlessness: And I heard another
    • it would be regarded as something unheard of. But what is the consequence
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    • heart is very, very much engaged in this affair. Various moral
    • have just heard:
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    • hearing it will know him. If therefore some injury is now done
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    • the disadvantages of modern vocational life. To hear
    • no longer be possible, so to speak, from the glowing hearth of
    • this insight must come into the hearts of men, in like measure
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    • his audiences. His visions also enabled hem to set before his hearers,
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    • causes in people strange feelings when they hear that a spiritual world
    • do not want to hear the truth. Yet the truth has to be faced if mankind
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    • for example, when a cannon is fired at a distance the sound is heard
    • is heard sooner. Now, according to the theory of relativity if one moved
    • with the speed of sound one would not hear it for one would go with
    • it. If one went even faster than the sound, then one would hear something
    • which is fired later, before one would hear what was fired earlier.
    • to reality. To go as fast as sound would mean to be sound and to hear
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    • with the right and left ear; both are necessary for proper hearing for
    • the very reason that the hearing in one ear does not coincide with that
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    • speak. This gentleman felt that to hear Johannes Müller
    • Nevertheless after this experience the writer goes to hear a lecture
    • to face with them. For instance someone hearing Johannes Müller
    • tell a lot of people how he has heard a marvelous speaker say something
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    • person either then or later has visions of some kind and can hear things
    • he is not supposed to hear.
    • to see objects through our eyes and hear them through our ears and so
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    • heard only through ears. Man was aware that by inner effort he received
    • heart was overflowing with impulses brought over from his incarnation
    • from the heart and in the spirit of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch,
    • wants mankind to hear. To understand Ricarda Huch is easy for someone
    • in Western culture we would cease to hear the empty phrase, “the
    • the best place. Continuously one hears it said that the right person
    • be heard and understood. People would then come to recognize that in
    • the Spirit of the Time is heard. This must be recognized if one is to
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    • as often happens without awareness. One hears phrases such as: God sent
    • one often hears talk of a "new spirit" which does not mean
    • It is impossible to convey the heaviness of heart such occurrences cause
    • is also a truth which is not pleasant to hear, especially by someone
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    • think are different, but if one places the heart of the gods
    • alongside the heart of man, one sees the difference between the
    • sounds from the priest's mouth penetrate human hearts. The
    • stream through your hearts in order for you to carry it out in
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    • this moment he could say from the depths of his heart: Now I am
    • follows. Most of you have probably heard some music on a day
    • symphony you heard during the day. This is the way it was for
    • isn't just memorized by heart. Take the following analogy.
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    • honest impulses in your heart you will have to see to it that
    • spoke out of this vitality. The words which he heard and spoke
    • inwardly in a vital way when they speak or hear.
    • says, “Blessed is he that reads and hears the words in
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    • able to look into the hearts of other human beings again.
    • understand the tasks which are demanding our heartfelt
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    • this age of the development of the intellectual soul or hearty
    • this rightly, if we can lift our soul and mind and hearty
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    • rejoicing about the falls. The rejoicing one hears is the voice
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    • really leads into the whole heart of the Apocalypse and which
    • something where we look right into the Apocalypticer's heart,
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    • consciousness soul, and we only hear the trumpet sounds if this
    • they sometimes cut into one's heart in a terrible way. It's
    • of light which the human heart can feel, so that divine things
    • human souls. However, men on earth don't hear the trumpets,
    • Apocalypse at this time, but that you wanted to hear something
    • times in your hearts. And one can say that the fact that the
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    • this conference. After the justified wish arose in you to hear
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    • a kind of resounding of this when we hear something beautiful, such as a
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    • superficial way, if one has a heart for the horrible which is happening,
    • unfortunately want to hear so little. There came the first year of this
    • not want to hear, neither in the second or third year, or even now, that
    • prayed to will be chewed on, will the people have ears to hear that what
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    • were complete and had begun to pass over into men's minds and hearts,
    • gradually passing over into men's minds and hearts. We can therefore,
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    • lectures before hearing what there is to be said about
    • to our hearts. The Gospels themselves produce these
    • who heard only words in the lectures on the Gospel of St.
    • not hear everything. There was a fundamental difference
    • minds and hearts can attain is presented in the very
    • activities in human hearts.
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    • Zarathustra. As we have often heard, the most
    • sixth century B.C. — were in a position to hear
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    • certain law in evolution of which we have often heard in
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    • — withdrew to secret centres in the heart of Asia,
    • activity. As we heard, Zarathustra transmitted to Hermes
    • Sun, as the case may be. And we have heard how certain
    • long time. We have heard that preparation for the
    • the same lectures on the Gospel of St. Luke we have heard
    • the etheric body of this child. And we heard that this is
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    • heard, when he attains the rank of Buddhahood he does not
    • we heard of the next task of this Bodhisattva after
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    • we have heard, 6 times 7 stages lead to the secrets of
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    • people themselves did not want to hear it, the Gospels
    • circles either did not want to hear the truth or did not
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    • made to a fact already known to those of you who heard
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    • the heart; if he depended on the astral body alone his
    • entirely to the fact that the human heart is so perfectly
    • Gospel: ‘He who bath ears to hear, let him
    • hear!’ But just as in the remote past many things
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    • everything we have heard in the foregoing lectures it is
    • heard to-day and by way of innumerable channels in
    • however, be warned that they will hear many other things
    • consciences which might well be troubled by hearing that
    • its centre in the heart. Therefore the sixth Beatitude
    • to the blood and to the heart, the Ego can experience
    • heart: for they shall see God.’ Again this is not
    • heart.
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    • heard in these lectures that through the coming of Christ
    • expect the narrative to continue? We have heard that what
    • were not His chosen disciples was that they heard His
    • are ‘without’ hear parables only — that
    • everything down, it was said: he who has ears to hear,
    • let him hear!
    • actually to hear what was taking place in those realms
    • realm of Devachan; the disciples hear the three talking
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    • heart. They welcome ‘self-engendered
    • Initiation. We hear of human situations formed around
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    • than is possible for others. To hear of such things goes
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    • abandoned, as we have heard, in the twelfth year of life.
    • lecture yesterday we heard how man evolves from below
    • heard’ when the inner ears are open and the
    • of our hearts, and allow them to live there. If the words
    • of the Gospels are imprinted in our hearts and we truly
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    • colours, you hear it in tones, you perceive it by sensations of
    • in himself. And so the body, muscle, nerve, heart and lung
    • for heart muscle, bones and lungs, and so they start decaying.
    • if you think of all that gold, then in reality your heart is
    • heart alone would be seized. All the organs would be seized at
    • the same time. The heart perceives the gold which is in the
    • of the heart become capable of knowing something of the
    • body in the region of the heart. Therefore, one can say the
    • heart perceives, but it is the astral body (which is, as it
    • were, in that part where the heart lies) that is the real
    • sphere of his heart, in order to procure gold for human beings,
    • tasks, the inner structure of the heart. He can apply all these
    • heart of man. Similarly, with all the other organs. Man, when
    • draw those single sciences. And one often desires to hear that
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    • understanding ruled the hearts and minds of that time and was the
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    • secretion. Around the liver, around the heart, there is a cloud of
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    • Goethe didn't want to hear anything about belief or faith. Those
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    • hear, for example, how organic beings have developed from the
    • appearance of wide-hearted sympathies and antipathies is,
    • achieved if we are able to hear a melody backward or if we can
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    • in us is a heart; outside us is a sun, outside us is a moon,
    • outside us is a lung, outside us is a heart. Between death and a new
    • lung and heart will be then is something much greater, something much
    • it now is mere semblance; so is the heart. The truth is that our lung
    • is only a magnificent part of our cosmos, our heart even more so. For
    • in its true essence our heart is something much more majestic,
    • term, simply does not hear them. On the other hand the dead retain an
    • in such a way that only heart and soul can understand them — if
    • heart and soul are connected with the ears that hear. I said just now
    • that the human heart is greater and more majestic than the sun. Seen
    • from the earthly point of view the heart is somewhere inside us, and
    • reality the heart is present in the entire human being, permeating
    • language of the heart used by the dead, if I may so describe it. We
    • something that can be formed into the human heart. It is not the case
    • that only the form of the eyes is made out of sun and moon; the heart
    • that his inside — the heart, for instance — would become
    • hold of him in the inmost heart and turning him inside out like a
    • a single point within our heart, and then to turn ourselves inside
    • world the human being cannot be turned inside out. The heart of the
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    • who had developed himself within, within his heart, within his soul
    • felt in the heart: Around us is the world of nature but where is the
    • can be heard sounding through the Gospels. When the evolution of
    • nature around them and the question rose in their hearts: How can we
    • your hearts, I give you the power to go through the gate of death
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    • physical body we can say that we have in us our lungs, our heart, our
    • see it with your eyes nor hear it with your ears. But in the moment
    • during waking permeates and is a part of your heart — that part
    • heart-eye.” When we enter the sleep state this organ
    • described. This heart-eye really does perceive what the human being
    • this heart-eye in such a way that, in the time after falling asleep
    • heart-eye looks back at us. The I and the astral body look back at
    • the physical and etheric bodies with the heart-eye. What the I and
    • movements of the planets, radiates back to the heart eye from their
    • consciousness provided by our heart-eye during the night. This
    • with one another, and what you perceived with your heart-eye. (I
    • could just as well say heart-ear, for it is hard to distinguish such
    • into existence for the perception of the heart, we can say that it is
    • anxiety arises for the perception of the heart if what has been
    • heart perception — radiates back from the human forehead, and
    • say, from the region just below the heart. This perception of anxiety
    • the perception of the heart when we again awaken in the morning and
    • of the heart. The next sphere is much more complicated and is
    • night unless we take into our hearts and minds what Christ wanted to
    • even deeper than the heart-eye and the sun-eye, with an organ that
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    • The spirit hears a word slow comprehended:
    • lady, from her heart's wide knowledge, gave him a prescription
    • especially interesting lectures that she wanted to hear. Since
    • what is called evolution. You will hear it said that there were
    • The spirit hears a word slow comprehended:
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    • because it is their heart's deepest enjoyment. It would be the
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    • strong longing for spiritual wisdom and wish to hear about it
    • One can often see how these dead long to hear what penetrates
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    • But I could hear their roaring.
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    • hear repeatedly if one talks about anthroposophy that it
    • perceive if we hear anything, is already carried out, actually,
    • like to hear voices or to get other material effects like the
    • example of many: when this tragic war broke out, one could hear
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    • cursorily, while one has heard a talk about it once or has read
    • has heard from anybody who knows only very dubiously what
    • heart of the matter.
    • human being must be subject to the public. We hear with a
    • listeners who have frequently heard talks by me know that it is
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    • as paradox as it sounds —, and learn it by heart to bring
    • this respect, it is justified if those who hear about spiritual
    • musical understanding of melodies or harmonies. If one hears a
    • hears not only tones which relate to other tones of melodies or
    • before the senses like the sense of something read and heard
    • hear that repeatedly for sixty years,
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    • hear that repeatedly for sixty years,
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    • Somebody who hears something about anthroposophy forms an
    • opinion very often from this or that which he hears about the
    • often hears from this or that side: that what natural sciences
    • hears very often. Today the judgement of the human beings is
    • There one hears very often: what can one think about this and
    • influence of the today's sad events? Then one hears as answer:
    • Someone who experiences the events of our time with heart and
    • Someone who stands wholeheartedly in these events has to
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    • disposition wholeheartedly. It does not come easy to anybody
    • closes his eyes and listens. Far away, he hears quite soft
    • tones of a melody that he had heard before decades and with
    • has not heard these tones since decades. He did also not
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    • Indeed, I have heard, how full persons if one has made them
    • — ears will be there to hear the real social ideas that
    • what just a goal in this field is. One can easily hear the
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    • hearty words just spoken (by Dr Rittelmeyer) are an
    • more people than one suspects whose hearts feel deserted by
    • religion. Hearts feel deserted by religion while all too seldom
    • address these deserted feelings in their hearts, when it is not
    • Anthroposophy in America, which of course is unheard of. Now
    • understand things but we must open our hearts for the realities
    • Intellectualism having caused the desolation of the heart now
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    • about inner heartfelt relationships are the decisive factor,
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    • speaks from this diamond hard heart the condition of sleep of
    • mind sunk into the earthly depths we hear the words of the
    • hear how the presence of God speaks to us but the words are
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    • comprehensible through the human heart. In contrast the truth
    • have had this kind of experience of going with a loving heart
    • this in our hearts.
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    • already heard that, as by day our body is in movement inwardly, is
    • have in us stomach and lung and heart, so by night we have in us the
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    • sciences, we say, concerning the function of the heart. The
    • mechanical-materialist view considers the heart as a pump that
    • motion by the internally moved blood. The heart takes the blood
    • the heart is a result of the blood activity, not vice versa.
    • hear from him who was well versed in Thomism that he felt that
    • rhythmical system, breathing and heart activity, is associated
    • father heard not quite inaccurately that really the attempt is
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    • hearing, so that in his next incarnation he became a great musician.
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    • to be heard perpetually and give rise to a great deal that deludes
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    • hearts as well as the constitution of soul belonging to the present
    • is this so? Why do human hearts resist so vehemently just what is
    • evolution. They work through the hearts and souls of men and it is to
    • Because the opposition of the human heart against the progressive
    • already have men by the throat, the resistance of human hearts will
    • the people who come together to hear something about
    • urge to hear about spiritual things.” This urge has nothing
    • hearts of men. The light thrown upon the subject of Christ by the
    • of human consciousness, assimilated by the hearts and souls of men,
    • who have heard me speak of it or of modern natural science in general
    • and human heart must be inwardly deepened. This is what must be
    • what it really means for the human soul and heart to recognise that
    • the world will pass over into the souls and hearts of men and arise
    • hearts. It would be quite erroneous to think that the people around
    • for the heart, for conscience, for the character, for prayer, in such
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    • into the head, nor only into the heart, but also into the hand, into
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    • forces which have built up the physical body. The human heart could
    • etheric body an etheric heart; this etheric heart contains certain
    • moulders of the physical, heart. Suppose you have a vessel containing
    • physical heart formed out of the etheric heart; it is simply a
    • hardened etheric heart and the streams of force in the etheric heart
    • have given the physical heart its form. If you could think away the physical
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    • in physical bodies. Finally we heard how in the fourth region of
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    • WE have come to the point in our studies where we heard that the human
    • that is awaiting him on earth. We have heard of the abnormalities and
    • We have heard that on his descent to a new birth, man is clothed with
    • We have heard that in accordance with his qualities, the human being
    • aching hearts, to see an individual suffering without being able to
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    • You have just heard that forces which lie in the etheric body work upon
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    • death of a human being. We heard of the memory-tableau which appears
    • feel your head, then nothing at all between head and heart, then the
    • heart, then the feet, with nothing between heart and feet. One part of
    • hearing is necessary if a man is to become a musician, and these forms
    • If we investigate the human heart, but not merely with the eye of the
    • advanced in development as the physical heart. The heart has been
    • induces the human being to pour definite heart-poison into himself for
    • many decades, but the heart withstands it for many decades. Only at a
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    • at his bedside. In waking consciousness he would simply have heard the
    • colour, he will hear the being of the other give forth sounds and
    • ringing and resounding, and on Venus he will again hear it ringing and
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    • Then he heard from Frigga that she had made all beings swear not to
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    • heard by the Atlantean as a speech he understood. There were at that
    • waters.” The human being heard the Spirit from surrounding
    • murmuring of the fountain he not only heard a clear language, but the
    • Indian. If the Atlantean had heard the voice of Nature's wisdom, to
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    • the human heart. It is the organ which stands in intimate connection
    • with the circulation. Now science believes that the heart is a kind of
    • soul drives the blood, and the heart moves because it is driven by the
    • science states. Man today, however, cannot guide his heart as he will;
    • blood and this quickens the motion of the heart. But what is suffered
    • his own volition, and cause the movement of his heart as today he
    • moves the muscles of his hand. The heart with its peculiar structure
    • Why? Because the heart has not yet reached the end of its evolution,
    • spoken word, whose heart has become a voluntary muscle, who will have
    • animals will be different from those of today — when his heart
    • heart and the larynx. What humanity thinks today, that will it be in
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    • compulsion of the soul, an inner compulsion of the heart;
    • a dog with a cold nose, but taking a warm, whole-hearted
    • the longing there was in them, to hear for once something quite
    • civilization. How these people gulped down what they heard! And
    • instance, hearing a lecture by a member of this same group,
    • Besant's. The first which I heard of her things was this
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    • Mayer, who to-day figures as a hero (you have heard me mention
    • judgment that was brought to hear upon spiritual phenomena,
    • desires to appeal to a somewhat larger measured, larger hearted
    • present age had. not sufficiently large-hearted ideas to look
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    • kind. Those people, one may say, who heard anything of
    • hears a word, at once to establish what I might call a kind of
    • they hear of ‘theosophy’, look it up in the encyclopedia (or,
    • Usually there is somebody present who takes half a heart to
    • they hear. — Only it must be in a side-room, otherwise
    • hears told in this way. And yet the man likes it all the same.
    • They want to hear of spiritual things, — that something
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    • lectured ‘from the life’ instead of simply rehearsing the
    • significance. The first lecture I ever heard from Mrs. Besant
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    • number of you have to-day heard a lecture from Dr. Bluemel; and
    • heard everywhere: ‘Bhagavan Dâs’, ‘Bhagavan Dâs’; it
    • heard a good many other things — has now, in his old
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    • attitude, that many a heart had taken a certain tinge of
    • once, for the simple reason that the people wouldn't hear any
    • of soul, to hear it over again a second time. And this is the
    • thing to be avoided. If people desire to hear anything from
    • — why shouldn't these people have a right to hear
    • that in actual truth they didn't want to hear any more from me.
    • procedure in electing a man, whom they had just heard for the
    • Over and over again one hears Anthroposophists saying, when
    • sort of narrowness, but only broad-heartedly and generously,
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    • expression to what is the real heart of the matter. —
    • easy as it would have been to gain a hearing for a spiritual
    • in their hearts: for they can make nothing of these laws of
    • far as they have hearts in their bodies, suffer unconsciously
    • force of authority to believe, — whilst in their hearts
    • spoken, in lectures sink into hearts, — and this gives a
    • of mankind, but this love will be more living in men's hearts;
    • moment people heard anything like what I mentioned yesterday
    • in people's hearts; — I am not saying by any means that
    • impulse would be there, in people's hearts; and then in good
    • to your hearts. We have absolute need to-day of this kind of
    • rebuilding of the Goetheanum. Here, truly, our hearts'
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    • experiences of his very life, and he heard a voice saying: —
    • heard after thousands of years have passed, and how wonderfully
    • the valves on either side of the heart.’ [There are two
    • pairs of valves in the heart, one pair on one side and one on the
    • celestial clock. They gazed upward with thankful hearts, for the
    • will of a surety lift up their hearts to the glorious spirit
    • opened their hearts to the guidance of the Spirit, but fell away
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    • is ours, we cannot help but be deeply moved, when we hear the
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    • capable of exerting, and which has lived in the hearts and souls
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    • the profoundest impression upon the hearts and feelings of
    • to the hearts and souls of mankind.
    • evident from what they heard that the Jahveh-religion, as it may
    • suffering from palpitation of the heart, may, during sleep, be
    • outer world and utter those words which all must hear. But in the
    • fullness of its purpose, for the souls and the hearts of the
    • Spirit that pointed to the way, and that he heard through an
    • and that his mission would be to turn the hearts of the people
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    • general in the thoughts and hearts of the people of our day, and
    • was ever being made ready to hear the voice which would later
    • Judaism. But the people of other nations had heard no such voice,
    • with the very heart of Christianity. Then would this most sacred
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    • heard that after the life of Jesus of Nazareth from his
    • Fata Morgana they heard words which filled their souls
    • “Vain is your striving, for your heart is empty.
    • Your heart is filled only with the spirit which conceals
    • we shall hear.
    • heard only that there is a God, a God behind all things,
    • revealed to him. And as the story goes on we hear again
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    • of mankind. But now, having heard the story of the youth
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    • heard that the Jesus boys were born in preparation for
    • also heard of the conversation with the mother which then
    • except his mother, who in her heart and feeling was able
    • lectures we have heard how in its world of Gods and
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    • First of all, I would like to present to your hearts and to
    • of the spirit, about whom we will hear more and more during the
    • Heard by your heart, giving strength
    • then, when we hear that voice and have grasped it with due
    • From the depths of heart-felt feeling
    • From the depths of heart-felt feeling
    • of the world in the human heart must be revealed by the soul's
    • space, the secrets of time, the secrets of the human heart
    • is there; if we enter into the heart itself, the abyss is
    • the human heart, so deep that we can only fathom ourselves:
    • Therefore, let us now hear the earnest watchful Messenger of
    • To which your heart desires
    • To which your heart desires
    • will hear, my dear friends, from this or that side arguments
    • is in people's consciousness and what is in their hearts
    • with inner heartfelt fire, and when we have the courage
    • heart that is honest with itself today desires to go.
    • Heard by your heart, giving strength
    • From the depths of heart-felt feeling
    • To which your heart desires
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    • The solemn spirit-word your heart can hear.
    • From the depths of the feeling heart
    • To which your heart desires
    • consistently and wholeheartedly living in it.
    • continues. And the words which resound in our hearts are
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    • From the depths of the feeling heart
    • the Threshold's words are heard, as we learned last time - with
    • already heard:
    • the Guardian of the Threshold says to the adept. We heard them
    • that we eat and drink , that we see and hear, must something be
    • To hear within the flow of feeling:
    • hear within the flow of feeling
    • To hear within the flow of feeling:
    • To hear within the flow of feeling:
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    • hearts.
    • is gradually developed to hear beyond the words. And when this
    • Well, when we are exhorted to hear beyond the words, it is an
    • are capable of hearing beyond the words. And it is good for our
    • souls to hear much. But we should not jump to the conclusion
    • even when we hear beyond the words, before we come to terms
    • hear within the flow of feeling:
    • wisdom. The gods bring their wisdom to our hearts, into our
    • with courage hears the words
    • us in shining garments. And we hear these two mantric verses
    • And with courage hears the words
    • yourself as a human being by raising your heart warmly to
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    • or heart within us as having clear boundaries. Only when they
    • let it strike my ear, and one feels: what I hear as tone, as
    • will you experience the heart of the matter if you understand
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    • their hearts, their souls can make of it.
    • founded. I wish today to speak from the heart to those who
    • consider their membership in this School with heartfelt
    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
    • head, heart and limbs, and the Guardian of the Threshold says:
    • “Feel the heart's cosmic pulse”
    • as cosmic music. When we hear the human heart beating it seems
    • as if this human heart were only beating as a result of the
    • the heart is the counterpoint of the cosmic rhythm which has
    • at the words “Feel the heart's cosmic pulse”, and
    • feel what works in the heart upward as well as downward.
    • heart, the human soul today if one activates this mantric verse
    • Feel the heart's cosmic pulse
    • the soul, to make the senses subdued, close the eyes, hear
    • multiple colors, what the ear hears as multiple sounds, what
    • represent will, then he will realize how the heart contains the
    • soul and how one can feel the soul within the heart just as he
    • head, but as a function of the heart, of the soul, we realize
    • The heart's soul,
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    • who have never heard it, so I must emphasize it once again.
    • Society feels the inner heartfelt need to learn and live what
    • those which come to the heart and soul from anthroposophy
    • resounds in the human soul, in the human heart, as the great
    • planetary movements reveal the heart and feeling content.
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks so deeply heartfelt?
    • my heart, these are my lungs, this is my liver, this is my
    • Now we speak of the sun as we speak of our heart here in
    • earthly existence: that is my heart. We speak of the moon: that
    • point out: look there, a human heart, human lungs, a human
    • at the human heart as the physical imaginative representative
    • of the human spirit, we can look upon the human heart as the
    • the heart is, streaming through something which from the cosmos
    • Let in sleep through the tranquil heart
    • in sleep through the tranquil heart
    • sleep through the tranquil heart
    • Let in sleep through the tranquil heart
  • Title: First Class, Vol. I: Lesson 9
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks so deeply heartfelt?
    • stars so often and have stored the vision in our hearts and
    • we again create a picture in our hearts of all this, the
    • the liver, the warmth of the heart, which are all God-spirit
    • luminous, radiantly penetrating into the lungs, into the heart,
    • place. And through my rhythmic system - to which heart and
    • that you will hear these words:
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks so deeply heartfelt?
  • Title: First Class, Vol. II: Lesson 10
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    • two possibilities. One is that the person hears about
    • concentrated deeply on this reading, then we begin to hear in a
    • deeds, become capable of hearing in a spiritual way the
    • whole heart, your whole feeling, if you don't just listen to it
    • hear in the speech of the gods.
    • though it still speaks more to the head, the heart should also
    • that we take our hearts with us in the experience and that it
    • I hear
    • were hearing it, as if another being were speaking. You really
    • have heard.
    • spiritual depths is how you hear the lines of the first verse.
    • [4] I hear in the speech of the gods,
    • heart. Now you try again to visualize how one acts and weaves
    • The heart
    • we recall what resounds from spiritual depths and the heart's
    • I hear in
    • heart always replies:
    • I hear
    • I hear
    • speech of the heart, we must correctly feel how, firstly,
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    • Lesson, then what I have just said can live in your hearts.
    • periphery. Thus we imagine that we hear it from cosmic
    • this meditation. We hear it as a world-spanning trumpet call
    • think of the lungs and the heart, the wonderful pulsation,
    • Resound in heart's center
    • Resound in heart's center
    • Resound in heart's center.
    • above “head-held-high”; here “heart's
    • metabolism — then we do not hear the trumpet calls from
    • the cosmos, then we do not hear the melodiousness of the
    • planets, then we hear the dull rumbling of the
    • must be conscious of this. Just as we hear in the first verse
    • coming from the cosmic periphery, as we hear the speech of
    • the periphery in the second verse, we hear the rumbling
    • life of the heart and in the heart it is streaming, weaving,
    • Resound in heart's center
    • And I hear the murmuring, the hissing and rumbling from
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks so deeply heartfelt?
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • speaking, but where we inwardly meditate hearing. We imagine
    • ourselves as being transferred to where we hear what is being
    • it hears three sounds. The first sound comes from the distant
    • incarnation. It speaks of these goals. We hear them in inner
    • Then we hear again, resounding from all sides of the
    • and our memories, but we are now meant to hear how we are being
    • must hear the speech of the higher
    • majesty, we hear the two – and as we will soon hear,
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks so deeply heartfelt?
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks from depth of heart?
    • so that we hear the universe from the distant cosmos
    • resounding to us, and hear the Guardian and the hierarchies
    • interweaving clouds, we hear the Thrones, the voices from the
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks in depth of heart?
    • When we have heard such words, the
  • Title: First Class, Vol. II: Lesson 14
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    • We no longer have it. But the inner heart is motivated to give an
    • answer. But this heart can be innerly motivated in a
    • long as I am out of the body. But the heart can also be
    • Or the heart can be motivated by Ahriman. Then it
    • The Human heart must answer. If it is motivated by Christ, it
    • Now the heart omits “as long as”
    • transforms the sentence. If the heart is motivated by
    • The person answers if he is motivated in his heart by
    • He who is motivated in his heart by Christ answers:
    • The heart motivated by Lucifer answers:
    • The heart motivated by Ahriman answers:
    • The heart motivated by Christ speaks:
    • The heart motivated by Lucifer speaks:
    • The heart motivated by Ahriman speaks:
    • The heart motivated by Christ answers:
    • But the heart motivated by Lucifer answers:
    • The heart motivated by Ahriman answers as though it wants to keep
    • they say “my I”. I have not yet heard a dead
    • be able to intuitively hear it. Therefore, we meditate these
    • words, my dear sisters and brothers, when in a sense we hear
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    • inner heart and soul what certain cosmic beings and events
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks in depth of heart?
    • hearts and souls the sublimity, the cosmic importance and the
    • hearts and souls into the phenomena and beings and events of
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks in depth of heart?
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    • from the cosmos near and far, which can be heard by everyone
    • heart to understand them: the admonition to self-knowledge,
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks in depth of heart?
    • appreciate what our eyes see, what our ears hear, what the
    • hearts are to react if we wish to cross over the abyss of
    • hearts, to the extent that we feel ourselves to be within the
    • Therefore, we are to imagine that when we hear
    • cosmic vastness, resounding, grasping our heart — what
    • stepped into the darkness and heard his questioning,
    • the cosmos coming to our hearts, continues now as an intimate
    • souls send their concise suggestions. Our soul hears and
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks in depth of heart?
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    • understanding of the universe, resounds to human hearts from all
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with depth of heart?
    • the Threshold stands, appeared before our souls. We heard the
    • heard how the person who arrives on the other side of the
    • experiences the world in a new way in that he first hears what
    • without hearing another deeply founded admonition from the
    • impression — if he has the heart for it. For, when he
    • of the Threshold, the Guardian now indicates (we will hear the
    • it only beyond the threshold of existence, once we have heard the
    • spirit-world. We now hear from them what we see when we behold
    • hierarchy. And now we hear how they also give to these raying
    • Thus we hear them speaking, not to us; we are witnesses to a
    • meditation that we hear the beings of the hierarchies speaking to
    • If we have heard and have absorbed all this, then we will see
    • hierarchies. Then we hear more with our spiritual ears. The
    • First the Angeloi, Archangeloi, Archai made their voices heard;
    • we hear with the spiritual ear these words directed at our
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    • The call to self-knowledge, which the human soul can hear when it
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • became light. And then, in the increasing light, we heard the
    • to humanity in blessing. From them we hear:
    • heart may resonate with it, we must feel ourselves to be within
    • strength of our hearts has remained there, we can feel deeply,
    • we heard what the clouds say, what the mountains say, how the
    • hear what the spiritual-illuminating,  divine-willing beings
    • We hear the Angeloi intoning their words of concern
    • And we hear, in that it becomes our experience:
    • sensory being must be heard by means of initiation-science. Human
    • — if it has been heard, otherwise it cannot be understood
    • — is remembrance of what is still heard on earth, and which
    • should be heard today in the esoteric schools. They should
    • first heard within the earthly sphere:
    • The voice of the Archangeloi is heard:
    • Those people who have heard those words in esoteric
    • hear all these words resounding together: the esoteric schools
    • heard through initiation-science from the realm of the heights.
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • – how we had already continued from hearing what the
    • hear them speaking in harmony as a chorus.
    • Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai we hear resound:
    • the benefit of humanity: we hear again the Exusiai,
    • And once we have heard how the beings of the
    • streaming into our hearts; we feel our whole humanity
    • passed him by. He is now far in the distance. We now hear
    • They flame also in my heart.
    • The human heart finds
    • am” within us, we must hear the Cosmic-Word. So we
    • They flame also in my heart.
    • The human heart finds
    • They flame also in my heart.
    • The human heart finds
    • to hear the choirs of the hierarchies. In a certain sense
    • threefold “It is I” streams from the heart,
    • where it may stream from the heart; when it streams from
    • the heart in such a way that it is the echo of what
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • something in our heart tells us: Not here, where the sun
    • our hearts and delved deeply into our souls — there he
    • Heard by your heart, imparting strength,
    • Heard by your heart, imparting strength
    • From the depths of heart-felt feeling
    • is different if we first hear these words from sensory beings,
    • From the depths of heart-felt feeling
    • To which your heart desires
    • When one has heard this directly from the mouth of the
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • First, however, let our souls again hear the words which
    • unbiased hearts and minds [Gemüte]. Everything in the
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • We heard him speaking: for everything spoken here resounds from
    • the Gemüt [soul, heart or mind] of all people, which can
    • right heartfelt blaze of knowledge; whereas today nonchalance
    • due to nonchalance and tepidity is in the hearts.
    • To which your heart desires to reach
    • To which your heart desires to reach
    • we will then hear, words which can serve us as a mantric verse.
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • souls hear the words that human beings — if they have
    • ears to hear them — can hear from all the Beings of the
    • surrounding world, which they could hear in the past, can hear
    • in the present and will hear in the future, which allow them to
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • hear the Word, for only if we courageously strive for wisdom
    • And courageously hear the Word
    • And courageously hear the Word
    • blackboard, we will hear the Guardian further as he gradually
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • shall begin by again letting our souls hear the words which are
    • words that urge the soul of man, if he wants to hear them, from
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • we have already heard what the Guardian of the Threshold speaks
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • fainthearted and having fear of knowledge lives in us, as hate
    • strong, earnest admonition, which cuts deeply into the heart.
    • earth-element. We have already heard about treading the
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • should then intensely feel how our heart, the physical
    • breathe in the air, which is the impetus of the heartbeat, we
    • participates in our heartbeat. What is sensed in our heart is
    • we hear, resounding, what the Guardian of the Threshold has to
    • Feel the heart's cosmic beat
    • which crosses in the heart.
    • Sense the heart's cosmic beat
    • the cosmic beat can be sensed in the heart
    • heart, in which the rhythm of our humanity is concentrated. We
    • cannot bring anything except feeling into the heart, that is,
    • we must also bring the feelings to the heart when we are in the
    • we could feel the heart as if the world were feeling our heart,
    • The heart's soul,
    • heart's” and “feeling” are
    • The heart's soul,
    • The heart's soul,
    • that as we are speaking it becomes objective, that we hear it,
    • You hear it strong in soul,
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    • these things must live in the members' hearts. And worthiness,
    • hearts and souls of all who are sitting here now could not
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
    • souls and hearts have been exposed to the important, weighty,
    • earthly thinking is the corpse - as we have heard in previous
    • first words we hear on the other side, as we look back at the
    • The Guardian is heard in the brightening darkness:
    • to hear him: Now imagine that you are observing that figure on
    • we must achieve, to the extent possible, tranquility of heart,
    • Let in sleep through tranquil heart
    • Let in sleep through tranquil heart
    • Let in sleep through tranquil heart
    • You hear it strong in soul,
    • Who speaks with such depth of heart?
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    • which so deeply move our hearts and souls in the present time.
    • such a festival, the very heart of winter. This festival is the
    • Maxentius, the emperor of Rome, on hearing that Constantine was
    • accidentally in the very prime of life! if one's heart is
    • the heart, is brought towards these etheric bodies, if people
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    • social life which has come forward. Much has been heard in
    • social question for decades. If you hear about people who
    • processes in the lung-, heart- and circulatory systems are the
    • an independent member of the human organism. The lung and heart
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture II: Comparisons at Solving the Social Question based on Life's Realities
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    • lies, the regulating system of the breathing and heart. Only by
    • Europe the word “socializing” is heard. This
    • process if the human heart, the soul does not have insight with
    • the breathing and in the heart system. The entire human
    • in which can be heard the three words: brotherhood, equality,
    • catastrophic time, we have not had the human heart in the right
  • Title: The Social Question: Lecture III: Fanaticism Versus a Real Conception of Life in Social Thinking and Willing
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    • fanaticism — one must always speak freely from the heart
    • see, ears can hear or touched by our hands. This viewpoint is
    • stomach can breathe or direct the heartbeat, so little can the
    • economic organism just like the lung-heart system is relatively
    • the right relationship in life. Only by the lungs and heart
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    • hearts of those who have been severely tested in Germany and
    • we turn to it with our whole heart, with our entire soul, then
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    • following which is often heard with corresponding colouring is
    • heard most often when the background of the Proletarian view of
    • should anyone who hears about mass regulation immediately think
    • lung-heart system and circulation system, the heart-lung system
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    • comfortable living in this capitalist economic order. One hears
    • progressed. One can hear how it has come about that humanity
    • soul sensitivities had to let the call be heard: ‘Does modern
    • hand, hardly an understandable word can be heard in response.
    • for. Don't we hear it from all possible sides — from the
    • breathing and heart system as carrier of the rhythmic life and
    • the attached discussion, various speakers were heard and the
    • because you have heard that the “call” was created
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    • heart, the heart is worked upon by the Sun, while the region
    • extending from behind the heart to the tail comes under the
    • the Sun stops just short of the heart; that Mars, Jupiter and
    • and that, from the heart backwards the activity of the Moon is
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    • by the heart in the human organism. The stinging nettle is
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    • to repeat what has been heard. It makes all the difference
    • Cycles. People on all sides, including farmers, will hear it
    • ... But there are different ways of hearing. A farmer hearing
    • only heard of a new method from people who are not
    • and not repeat what' they have heard wherever they go, as
    • to express my pleasure at your having come to hear what was
    • heartfelt thanks to Count and Countess Keyserlingk.
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    • certain many will take earnestly to heart —
    • which streams out of the heart into life and creates an
    • the opportunity of hearing the finest moral principles, since
    • daughter and the whole household heard that one thing alone
    • of piety, having fine qualities of heart, and living devoutly
    • And those whose visionary life was still active also heard the
    • expedition, he had spiritual impressions. He heard something
    • Go back to Assisi and you shall there hear the right
    • of Assisi, and streamed from him into all hearts to which he
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    • may say that Francis of Assisi heard these three things
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    • time very few people have the “hearing” ear for
    • love, or warmth of heart, causes harm, when it is passionately
    • often heard, the world is maya or illusion, but man must
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture I: Social Impulses for the Healing of Modern Civilization
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    • ask yourselves how many hearts and souls there are to-day that
    • Why, it is even an accusation that one frequently hears made
    • [troubled?] years, has one not heard that kind of talk from one
    • we find there enshrined in men's hearts those impulses of
  • Title: Cosmogony/Freedom/Altruism: Lecture III: Fundamental Impulses in History
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    • new spirit must find Its way into men's hearts, that under the
    • What I have, above all, had at heart in the course of these
  • Title: Impulses of Utility: Lecture I: Western and Eastern Culture, H. P. Blavatsky
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    • we to-day can see colours, hear sounds, and have sense
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    • centuries uplifted even the simplest human hearts, guiding them to the
    • hearts, and it brings into these hearts something great and tremendous
    • is much that is lovely and speaks to all human hearts in Christmas,
    • and disheartening events of our times will largely depend on how deeply
    • judicious, and flexible, for only then can it get to the heart of the
    • in Vienna, he was heart and soul for socialism; he had a passion for
    • the progress of mankind. That is the sort of thing you could often hear
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 2: Blood and Nerves
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    • is connected to the nerve substance, while our feelings, our heart and
    • but misguided quest for the spirit. With an aching heart I have seen
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • balance, smell, taste, sight, warmth, hearing, speech, thinking, and
    • our balance. We have the outer ears for our sense of hearing, the eyes
    • of hearing is a vestige of the kinship between sound and balance. The
    • of warmth, to the sense of hearing, and from there to the sense of speech
    • the senses of hearing and speech. Then we have the sense of thinking,
    • while it does acknowledge the sense of hearing, it denies the existence
    • meaning of spoken words with the sense of hearing alone. To understand,
    • loved fishing, rowing, sailing, eating and drinking heartily, he
    • to hear; well, I don't want to press my opinion on you; at least I am
    • pleased to hear the following:
    • will this man live, really live. This is what I felt when I heard
    • who heard my talk to the Giordano Bruno Society back in 1902, that is,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 4: The Human Organism Through the Incarnations
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    • depend to study such matters? Of course, he will not want to hear of a
    • if our feelings, our heart and soul, are attached to personalities in
    • book that portrays a person's whole life. Well, someone who had heard
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 5: Balance in Life
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    • a balance in the human heart and soul. And that is why we can fall prey
    • to hear about nowadays.
    • but develop general truths out of their hearts and souls; they carry
    • this comes to meet the weary wanderer, imprinting itself in his heart,
    • words can be greater and can touch our hearts more profoundly than what
    • in the hearts and souls of the people and true balance reigned in their
    • the air, just as our hands or arms make gestures, which we cannot hear
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 6: The Feeling For Truth
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    • And today you will hear attempts at poetry
    • For instance, you will hear a poem of twelve stanzas, and each stanza
    • were woken up from sleep and heard only this one line from the Capricorn
    • hear people say that in our movement the women wore their hair short,
    • hear about things they do not understand. They will then also laugh
    • all my heart — sometimes spending two whole days on a sentence
    • people who didn't go to their churches anymore had come to hear my lecture,
  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 7: Toward Imagination
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    • people said they had heard it from members whose names they mentioned.
    • they sat at a table in a boarding house and heard a lady prattle on
    • that you will find hard to believe if you hear about them. Nevertheless,
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture I
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    • have heard this repeated for 60 years and have sworn at it the
    • notice that Goethe added; “I have heard this said for 60
  • Title: Social Life: Lecture II
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    • innermost depths of man's heart and soul, is expressed in the
    • They are not of recent date, one heard of their activities in
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture I: Concerning the World Situation
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    • the influence of the planets on man; I am interested in hearing
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture II: Illnesses Occurring in the Different Periods of Life
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    • yet functioning. This part will later become the heart and
    • imagine this case. (See drawing.) Here is the child's heart,
    • too slowly. The heart is being formed from the head, but even
    • too slow. Thus, even though the heart is properly developed,
    • the blood flows too slowly into the heart. Poor circulation may
    • heart aright, but the blood circulation remains sluggish.
    • would be pushed down from the heart into the kidneys and
    • can be built. It wants to form the heart or stomach but can
    • that the heart is malformed, that it is an empty pouch, or that
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture III: The Formation of the Human Ear
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    • vibrations. I am familiar with these vibrations. When I hear
    • had heard. You would have no memory for speech and sound if the
    • have heard. These are three hollow arches, which look like this
    • are constantly forming from it. If you hear the word,
    • are formed in there as a result. If you hear a different word
    • Imagine that you have heard someone say, “Five
    • hears is inscribed into these delicate canals with the minute
    • we observe the heart or lungs, we find that they look
    • case of the heart. The force of the stars works strongly in the
    • heart, but we cannot deduce the heart's configuration solely
    • similar to the human heart and lungs. The eagle particularly
    • heart, that is all heart and therefore the most courageous, is
    • heart and lungs “lion.” For the head, they said
    • influence. The lion is under the influence of the heart,
    • normally acquire in school do not touch our hearts too deeply.
    • his forehead they saw an eagle looking out, from the heart, a
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture IV: The Thyroid Gland and Hormones
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    • lost control over them. You may have heard that this happens to
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture V: The Eye; Colour of the Hair
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    • when we hear we also speak; that is, we ourselves produce what
    • we hear. We can understand a spoken language only because of
    • understanding of what has been heard.
    • act of speaking is separated from hearing, but with the eye it
    • and hear. With the eye we do just that; we speak through the
    • read a book nowadays, or when you hear about what goes on in
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture VI: The Nose, Smell, and Taste
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    • and hearing.
    • of sight, but by that of smell. If you have heard recently how
    • the anatomical oddity of the heart.)] but to those whose hearts
    • are screwed on the wrong way. In the average person, the heart
    • the internal organs. Now, in a person whose heart is screwed on
    • the wrong way, as it were, whose heart is off-centre a bit to
    • discovery that there are such odd people whose hearts and
    • hearts are off-centre to the right.
    • have its heart in the right place, speaking strictly
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture VIII: Concerning the Soul Life in the Breathing Process
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    • this; or if they happen to hear it, they will say at most,
    • once a primeval nebula that rotated? The head and the heart
  • Title: Health and Illness I: Lecture IX: Why do We Become Sick?
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    • Now I have heard that it must be treated early in the year. If
    • disorganized to send the right substances to the heart or
    • larynx. Substances improperly transmitted to the heart, for
    • find this so pleasant to hear, even if he understands what is
    • consists not only in hearing but also in speaking faintly. We
    • not only hear what another says but also imitate it with our
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
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    • still taking place to-day. In all the restlessness one hears the
    • she had heard only of the material advantages which those European
    • hearing reports from the vice-regents, examiners and censors and
    • like manner if we heard it from the mouth of any person who stands
    • lazy criticism. Let us hear further: “Or must we expect a new
    • discipline, combined with a large-hearted understanding of
  • Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
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    • perhaps we shall best come to the heart of the matter when I remind
    • many human lives in the last few years. One can hear statesmen
    • of Montenegro, opened their hearts to the French Ambassador. This
    • necessary for modern humanity to know. One hears so many things in
  • Title: Fundamental Impulses in the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • that hears these secrets.
    • sinful the ear that hears them.
    • heard for years about the things pertaining to spiritual-scientific
    • was the first thing that befell the disciples when they heard
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    • Movement. Far and wide one can hear it said: — “Well,
    • Gold Standard — you could have heard them everywhere,
    • to which you will hear definite attacks against our practical
    • (figuratively I mean), you will hear: and many things will have
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture I: Fever Versus Shock; Pregnancy
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    • that the heart with its arteries, as I have described them to
    • When a person suffers from disorders of the heart, especially
    • if the rhythm of the heart's activity is disrupted so that the
    • into the brain; what we see and hear also stimulate it
    • his phylactery out of a pocket that he wears over his heart or
    • any number of things can cause a disorder of the heart, for
    • most cases an irregular activity of the heart can be traced to
    • properly nourished, the heart's rhythm becomes irregular. You
    • can cause an irregular rhythm of the heart and all sorts of
    • diseases of the heart by developing into an ill-tempered
    • hearing is strongly connected with the hindbrain as well as
    • ruined heart or breathing system, then we see that a person is,
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture II: The Brain and Thinking
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    • like you to speak entirely from your hearts. I, for one, don't
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture III: The Effects of Alcohol on Man
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    • something before the hangover appears: they eat heartily. Why
    • do they do this? They eat heartily either to avoid a hangover
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture IV: The Power of Intelligence as the Effect of the Sun; Beaver Lodges and Wasps Nests
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    • — the heart, kidneys, and so forth — but the
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture V: The Effect of Nicotine; Vegetarian and Meat Diets; On Taking Absinthe; Twin Births
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    • above all in the activity of the heart. Through nicotine, an
    • increased, stronger activity of the heart is called forth. The
    • heart is not a pump, however, but only indicates what goes on
    • in the body: the heart beats faster when the blood circulates
    • stronger activity of the heart.
    • from anxiety, your heart pumps more quickly. This leads you to
    • realize that the heart of a person who constantly poisons
    • When it beats too quickly, however, the heart thickens, just as
    • so bad, as long as the inner tissue doesn't tear. If the heart
    • the heart the blood circulation becomes disturbed. The
    • circulation of the blood cannot be initiated by the heart, but
    • it can be disturbed when the heart is thickened.
    • next consequence of a thickened heart is that the kidneys
    • heart and kidneys that the entire human bodily organization is
    • kept functioning properly. The heart and kidneys must always
    • harmonize, but the heart and kidneys are directly connected. It
    • heart, the kidneys no longer function properly. Urinary
    • anxiety that influence the heart.
  • Title: Health and Illness II: Lecture VI: Diphtheria and Influenza; Crossed Eyes
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