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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • Today however, I would like to present a few suggestions on how man's
    • presentation. The problem of how one may gain personal comprehension
    • guidance, however, gives sufficient guaranty that no person comes by
    • teacher must know how to interpret these symptoms so as to assure the
    • is not without consequences and the occult teacher must know how to
    • teaching of karma, of compensatory justice — most people will ask how
    • one can comprehend these teachings and how one can acquire an
    • reincarnation and karma. One is inclined, however, to say with
    • around itself. How are we to understand this? If reincarnation is a
    • to which you can surrender yourself so that you can sense how a given
    • however, have to give himself up to these thought attitudes as if they
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • extinguished. It suffices to ponder for a moment how completely we are
    • to the solar systems to explore them. This inner power would, however,
    • directions. Here I could only sketch in sweeping lines how something
    • everything. How can we look understandingly into somebody's being? We
    • vicinity of the larynx is awakened. It takes long practice, however,
    • development.. The three first-mentioned virtues, however, will lead to
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • to say about those questions which are a part of our times. For how
    • today — how could it be that these, too, should not be judged
    • only thing that is practical. The individual who has always shown
    • This however,
    • illustrates the outer situation alone, and only shows us that we must
    • can read in short reviews how many different opinions there are
    • concerning the difference between men and women, and how, from these
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • seems fully justified here to throw up the other question: How is it
    • life of Italy; how woman stood in the foreground of intellectual
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • could have been brought up. She would not have understood how anyone
    • world-view is extracted. Earlier, however, like a spirit over
    • However, in contrast
    • natural sciences. Spiritual science can see how it has come about
    • tell humanity how it is related to the being of the soul, to what
    • take a look at these books some time and ask yourself: ‘How
    • areas, and to show thereby that he has acquainted himself deeply with
    • denied — and you have the example of a woman who has shown, not
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • in intellectual and spiritual work. This is so, however, only
    • shows.
    • analysis, as Steiner shows, the problem of nutrition is not
    • be seen, however, that particularly in our age spiritual science
    • however, and similarly our bodies are of no use to our higher
    • is given them. This approach, however, remains an extremely
    • Our attention has frequently been focused on how
    • question of how these four members of man's organism react to the
    • the cosmic realm lives within the astral body. It is, however,
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • Faculties, however, that enable him to be actively engaged in
    • admit, however, that even though a vegetarian diet might indeed be
    • nourishment from the realm of plants, however, he becomes more
    • fundamentally a meat eater, however, limits himself to more narrow
    • contrast, if men would show more interest in the food coming from
    • Now it can be seen how two opposing conditions
    • spiritual scientific reason showing that alcohol produces
    • To the extent, however, that a man replaces his inner self with
    • inner strength. It should not be claimed, however, that it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • and impressive natural phenomenon. We see how still he is standing,
    • impulses. The will is very detached from daily life. Only consider how
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • Why is this the case? Occultism shows us that in respect of his will
    • ideation passes over into a state of sleep. The will, however, awakes,
    • he only knows how to be awake in his life of thought. The will does
    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • To estimate the significance of how these two streams meet in man is
    • in a more external way about the life of the soul and how this life
    • Rosicrucians. These investigations have shown that something similar
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • Comforter to men. However strange it may as yet seem, it is true
    • even more clearly how much in our civilised life is the outcome of
    • of these events must however be acquired during life in the physical
    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
    • Question: How are the words used by St. Paul, “to speak
    • Question: How are Christ's words of consolation received and
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • it since people began to notice how unpleasantly the prevailing
    • cram for it. This cramming, however, is dreadful because it provides no
    • the opposite effects are obtained, however, when anthroposophy is taken
    • our lives. Strange as it may seem, anthroposophy shows it to be harmful
    • put it always in the same place. There is, however, a far more effective
    • Surely, however, the effects of the force, when they become apparent,
    • however, people would soon see how many things done in the bustle of
    • and left hands. If a man, however, is occasionally able to do with his left
    • already mentioned how nervousness often makes it impossible for people
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • This problem, however, also has its darker side. You will not strengthen
    • the surrounding world. The anthroposophist, however, should not feel
    • is another way. We can observe from day to day how he acts and speaks
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
    • How to Disprove Theosophy, January 8, 1912;
    • How to Prove Theosophy, January 10, 1912.
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • differs significantly, however, from the way taken by natural science.
    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • it works. Now, just as hydrogen may be separated from oxygen and shown
    • Today my task is to show how the spiritual investigator must regard
    • however, must convey what he has experienced in spiritual vision.
    • facts, however, this natural scientific method is not easily applied.
    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • comprehended only by perceiving how the super-sensible plays into the
    • history, however, facts are rarely so viewed. Here, the succession of
    • body. We see how the soul and spirit takes hold of and works upon
    • Exact spiritual-scientific investigation shows that during the whole
    • industrial achievements to show that man has now severed himself from
    • body. History, science, philosophy and religion all show that mankind
    • kernel. In the life of humanity as a whole, however, things take a
    • were. He had to learn through the mysteries how to reach the spiritual
    • consciousness, he could feel how God descended upon his soul, how his
    • life ceased.” But humanity has preserved its soul-spiritual life. How
    • however, concerns not only the individual human being but the whole
    • connection with Christ while in the physical body, however, before the
    • human evolution, however, the wonderful and significant possibility
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • because such a play can make us realize again how the souls of men, whether
    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
    • approached these secrets in another way, however, and not as we would when
    • deepest way how the medieval mind imagined the relationship between man's
    • secrets that show us how our existence is bound up with the eternal fount
    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • This painting in the Campo Santo shows in a most wonderful way that human
    • Christmas plays. We can see how the legend of the Child brought to the
    • one. In order to understand how man can save the eternal part of his being,
    • thirtieth. Medieval man, however, did not need all the knowledge that is
    • the plants grow out of the soil in springtime, and we see how the sun calls
    • the living plants and other beings from the earth. We also see, however,
    • close connection between weather changes and his inner life. "O winter, how
    • man felt how the sun's forces were always victorious over the egoism of the
    • the past man looked at the Mystery of Golgotha and said, "No matter how
    • increasingly sure that no matter how wildly the winter storms may rage
    • within, and no matter how great the temptations, there is one steadfast
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Golgotha, however, was the only one enacted on the physical plane. The
    • what He is. We may show him a picture such as the Sistine Madonna with
    • to our Earth, the Being — at that time, however, of an angelic nature
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • how the Christ-Force radiates around his being.
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • the aptitude for which, however, is deeply embedded in human nature.
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • As regards the power of speech, however, the Egyptians could not even
    • understand the riddle — how the Christ lives in man's gift of speech.
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • begun to work through to the Ego, we can see how the conscious
    • streamed into it. The path which is shown to man is to make the words,
    • see how as children we have developed as yet unconsciously, or through
    • from former incarnations, but also how to pass over into our future
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • upon us of the science of the spirit. Much, however, that today bears the
    • should be painfully conscious that we have eyes. Today, however,
    • however, He ensouled Himself — I cannot say incarnated — in one
    • was injurious. Just imagine how we could possibly develop ourselves in
    • Mankind has preserved some memory of how human passion and human
    • gather this from corroborative evidence. If you ask me how it happens
    • Michelangelo painted it. In the Sibyls he showed what had threatened
    • Upon the other side, however, he gives us something else. In the same
    • space he has painted the musing figures of prophecy whose aspect shows
    • shows us this.
    • show that what we call spiritual science will pour itself into our moral
    • question. What was done there, however, required a certain spiritual
    • clever men who cannot distinguish hunger from a piece of bread. I know how
    • the message, telling how Christ may find that dwelling in human souls. If
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • keeping with the methods of natural science. However, it must
    • science can accept the premises of spiritual science. However, as long
    • anything but just to make it clear how the spiritual scientific way of
    • As spiritual science shows, it is equally impossible for us to see the
    • These methods, however, cannot be applied in laboratories or
    • the soul capacity known as memory, and are aware of how much depends
    • French philosopher Bergson, a man who certainly shows no tendency to
    • How do memory and the power of recall actually confront us? Events
    • are pale. However, they are closely connected with the integrity of
    • Just before we fall asleep, we feel how the will forces in our limbs
    • quiet down, how a kind of twilight settles around us, how the activity
    • We must keep one thing in mind, however, when talking about this
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • how he has to concentrate and refine all the forces of his soul that
    • doesn't need to exert himself. However, as soon as we become passive
    • happens as described. This further need, however, can again be
    • Observing a plant, we see how the seed germinates, how leaves and
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • realize how its life culminates in this seed. Leaves and blossoms drop
    • further life on earth. I can only indicate briefly how the spiritual
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • show how the being that we are concerned with dwells in a human body.
    • Secondly, it must also become apparent how this human body, in every
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • see how the meaning of this interaction could easily be misunderstood.
    • be shown plunging downward, with broken wings, is Lucifer.
    • not to show the Christ as wanting to shackle this figure; rather, he
    • understand how the three forces of Christ, Lucifer and Ahriman are
    • important how well or how inadequately this fact has been understood
    • share to bring about a full comprehension of how the Christ impulse
    • earth through the Mystery of Golgotha. In order to realize how the
    • relationships would have become different. But how did this victory
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • if not of all Asian religious perception, however, that its entire
    • Moving from Asia to the East of Europe, we notice how Russian orthodox
    • How would the American proceed? He would do something quite peculiar.
    • how the culture of the West is seized by the ahrimanic principle, and
    • and Ahriman. Only then will it be recognized how the Christ impulse
    • Lucifer towers above, it must be shown that the Christ raises His hand
    • emanating from Him. The Christ, however, towers in the middle as the
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • English with the title How Anthroposophical Groups Prepare
    • English with the title How Anthroposophical Groups Prepare
    • however, it is the spirit self that must be developed within the souls
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
    • Russian intellectuals show how the spirit of community is needed to
    • community where brotherhood prevails. It must not, however, be a
    • view. Anthroposophists, however, should study his work and try to
    • death for life. We try to understand how death is the manifestation of
    • a form of existence, how the soul is transformed in death into another
    • our senses, how can we believe in a divine world, since a divine world
    • Soloviev, that this world is divine when it shows us that it is full
    • of evil, when it shows us death at every step? Nevermore can we
    • believe that a world that shows us death is a divine world. For in God
    • then, can he prove his identity? Only by showing, when he comes into
    • He has shown that the arch-evil, death, is not in Him.
    • that he is God. How different it is in the West and in Central Europe!
    • Then show'st me mine own self, and in my breast
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • and to show us what man was like upon Atlantis; then it also seeks to point
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • physical body which shows an insufficiently developed occipital lobe,
    • you will have to ask yourself the question: How was Homer able to be
    • fools, we shall know how matters stand with the evolution of the world
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • one presented by that vanished era. Such a survey would show us the life
    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • Just consider the education and schooling of today, how after passing
    • 19th century and which has been unveiled and shown to be erroneous only
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • “Ignorabimus”: — No matter how closely nature's secrets are
    • being. How is it possible not to be able to say that here you have the entire
    • real course, however, of scientific evolution of recent date, shows that this
    • observation can note, during the course of the year, how plants shoot up in
    • of plant growth. However paradoxical it may sound to the modern ear, it is an
    • do not allow me to show that the experiences I have described are not
    • We become acquainted with etheric life. This etheric life shows that certain
    • made with musical hearing, shows Spiritual Science to be merely a subjective
    • Spiritual Science to see how indefensible it is to confuse it with philosophy
    • which flows from such observations we learn to understand how human
    • indicate how spiritual sight observes a continuous rhythm in human life.
    • the brain is chiefly a product of the earth. This shows itself externally
    • in a more individual manner. However, as a result of the earthly forces no
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • speak of these things. Alas, many signs have shown how little real
    • we may ask this very significant question: How stands it with death
    • see, therefore, how intimately the mystery of death is connected with
    • the fifth Post-Atlantean age, and how important it is that in this
    • death; it will also show you what it is to think exactly on these
    • How often do we see men arising here or there, making this or that
    • the bodily nature of man in a far distant epoch. How they did so, you
    • stage often show the very reverse of what is coming. These things are
    • and concomitant effects. We may say, however, that all Art contains an
    • language, compared with how it was in earlier times.
    • same point — how surprising it is to compare the essays on Historic
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
    • — I beg you to see how anthroposophical it is.” In our period of
    • Anyone who discovers word-for-word agreements without feeling how the
    • how of what is said — has utterly failed to recognise what is
    • slowly we shall feel what kind of a man we are meeting. Think how the
    • social community of men will live and grow together; think how
    • All these forces, however, will reside more in the inner realm of the
    • really is. It does, however, require, at least for certain special
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Therefore in the relationship between people a tendency is shown for
    • scientifically connect with these facts. For how is it that social
    • present, humanity has no idea how much more powerful anti-social
    • institutions, that their plans will be shown to be impossible; for the
    • education, namely: How can we consciously establish social impulses to
    • us? How can we cultivate the social element, this interest of man in
    • leaving us no rest? How can we enkindle this interest which has
    • objective, then we shall see how the soul-substance of our life has
    • Suppose you are 30 or 40 years of age. You think, “How was it with me
    • fashion: Understanding about how man can develop himself as a socially
    • unnatural precisely because, on the one hand, it shows the necessity
    • However, these things need to be considered from a higher perspective,
    • You can see how, in this way, provision is made for the Consciousness
    • People are thus differentiated according to where they live and how
    • for political life. One can study how the political art of dividing
    • Appearance. However, the people of the Central European countries
    • especially noticeable how one thought leads to another so that
    • One must therefore know how different abilities are spread among the
    • however, sees all that comes forward to tempt man as selfishness.
    • world. The man of the East, when meeting the spiritual world, is shown
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Epoch. I tried to show how, from about the year 1200 A.D. onwards,
    • how to think about the spirit. Had he been one of the phrasemongers
    • typical representative of the times — raises the question: how comes it
    • of how to think about the spiritual, about the spirit? It is just this
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • experience how in his study of nature the spirit remains dumb, silent,
    • belong together, in spite of external unification. Inwardly, however,
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
    • “grapho” — writing. One can picture how the peasants, thinking
    • at an utter loss to know how to deal with the pitiable notions of
    • Man's task in the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, however, is to lift
    • How were the peoples of remote antiquity distributed and arranged over
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • it. That is how things are. And harmony must again be sought between,
    • enable him to describe how the human being breathes, and how the life
    • is paradoxical to speak as I am speaking now — he does not know how what
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • I have just shown you the connections between the forces of
    • process, however, is governed by super-sensible forces. These
    • something. Looking at memory is the best way to understand how absurd
    • After having as it were shown you how these things can really be gone
    • how the forces of our own planet earth live within us. The moment we
    • The question now arises as to how this activity is distributed. There is a
    • What happens then, however? What happens after twenty-one? Up till
    • learned, how to teach a child is learned, how to arrange the lesson is
    • out how much it weighs, for he may only eat a piece of meat of a quite
    • today, however, is to give people a real knowledge of man, especially if
    • you will know exactly how you have to teach, because you will have
    • same rules, but have to learn from the child afresh each time, how he has
    • education, and shown how the education of children under the age of
    • people who do not want to know anything about their thoughts shows
    • Yet one of them who happens to be a tailor will ask you how his
    • another person, who is, let us say, a railway clerk, asks you how his life
    • only given as examples to show you that people are perfectly in
    • Social Organism” had to happen. We had to show in a radical way that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • have shown by the example of the cerebral fluid, and the aeriform
    • (yellow). More exact study shows that just as the solid or solid-fluid
    • delicately organized. As soon, however, as we begin to speak of the
    • is how the human as earthly being today is constituted.
    • the skin from what is outside it. Even this, however, is only
    • example, different weights; this alone shows that the solids within
    • activates the will, generates impulses of will. — How does the
    • spoken of how impulses of will are connected with the earthly sphere,
    • connected with forces outside and beyond the earthly sphere. But how
    • This shows us that by taking these different organisms in man into
    • fluid organism the thoughts are produced. How are the thoughts
    • This indicates how, for example, we should look for the way in which
    • man and of how everything that is around us participates in our
    • the aspect of knowledge, of cognition, and you will see how the two
    • This is how we must think of the field of consciousness. We should not
    • This shows you how necessary it is not simply to accept what is
    • On the basis of academic psychology, the question is asked: How does
    • need not consider now. If we ask how what is here on the right
    • incredible hypotheses of how the soul works upon the body. But this is
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • of man, and at the end it was possible to show that a really
    • bridge we must know how man's constitution is to be regarded. We saw
    • recognized. This makes it possible for us also to perceive how those
    • this: How is the moral world-order connected with the physical
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • case of theoretical ideas everything is different, no matter how
    • This is how the moral order and the natural order are connected. The
    • the world's development only if we grasp how out of this ‘illusory’
    • However many treatises on psychology may be written — if they are
    • asking himself: How can my moral impulses take effect in a world in
    • early twentieth century: How is it possible to conceive of any
    • where, however,
    • Entirely false ideas prevail today of how an earlier humanity acquired
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • stages into what is of the soul, how what is of the soul passes over
    • by stages into the physical, how in reality the two are united, men
    • instinctive knowledge — of how things are in reality. But in the
    • conscious effort. And if we enquire how those who were able to
    • physical, psychical and spiritual aspects — if we enquire how
    • Think of how greatly our responsibility is increased when we realize:
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • only consider how a man may be satisfied or dissatisfied with the
    • success or lack of success of our deeds, how in truth all action is
    • we Man in the truest sense. Consider too, how everything that
    • all, but are wholly engrossed in thought. You must realize, however,
    • own is how we connect thoughts with one another and dissociate
    • them again, how we elaborate them inwardly, how we
    • arrive at judgments and draw conclusions, how we orientate
    • of us it is highly important to keep separate in our minds how, on the
    • and how, on the other, the force of the will, coming from within our
    • How, in reality, do we become inwardly more and more spiritual? —
    • judgments, draw conclusions and the like. Thereby, however, our
    • something in which will is undoubtedly contained. But think how, in
    • themselves, of course, do not notice — how much there is
    • although we do not know how the will streams into these thoughts. If
    • an invariably controversial expression — How do we achieve
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • We must now ask: How is the ideal, the highest ideal, to be attained
    • How is this to be
    • irradiated by the will. This is what makes them real. Just think how
    • sleep. We perceive our arm; we perceive how our hand grasps some
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  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • incomprehensible. However, if we investigate them without narrow-minded
    • painful events in the course of world history can show us the significance
    • of earthly humanity. We know how intimate the connection is between what takes
    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • Today, however, we will consider something which stood, in a sense, at the
    • you already know how these things are to be understood. However, in the
    • We can see from this story how Egyptian wisdom conceived of the connection
    • earth. The ancient Egyptian sage imagines in a spirit-filled way how the
    • of the earth, and how, as powers of the sun buried in the earth, they then
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • Isis had to set out on her search for him, how she first brought him back
    • to Egypt and how he then became active in another form, namely, from out of
    • however, they relate how this being of the sun was lost in Osiris, and was
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
    • within the Egyptian world. However, when Ahriman works through Lucifer,
    • then human beings see their picture of the world in a luciferic form. How
    • This is how we must look upon the content of the Christmas festival. For
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • which, although it is also generally celebrated, cannot however be
    • — in a dream, or however one may wish to call it. Here we have to
    • Thus we are shown two ways by which this earlier humanity reached what
    • to-day. We know from anthroposophical spiritual science how the
    • soul-constitution of man has changed with the passage of time; how
    • the surrounding universe. Moreover we know how this soul-constitution
    • existed, and we are clearly shown in the Gospels, if we rightly
    • wisdom in the Three Wisemen from the Orient. We are shown clearly that
    • attaches to it only when it can be shown by spiritual science that
    • And when we see how humanity received the event of Golgotha, we must
    • shown how the Mystery of Golgotha was grasped in the first centuries
    • making the effort to find it, and by discovering how the Christmas
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • last resort can be known concerning the being of Nature is somehow
    • of his own being. They described how man feels the ground sink away
    • how man had to cross a “Threshold” in order to come into the
    • fields of higher knowledge, and of how he must have become able to face
    • how it all looks to the eye, that, we are told, is a mere illusion,
    • concerning the men of olden times, and how they thought about the
    • olden times, however, this heliocentric conception of the world was a
    • What we have shown with regard to the astronomical conception of the
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • How was it that men of olden times feared knowledge which today is the
    • ideal, however, that is indissolubly bound up with his worth and
    • It was told how, when the pupil draws near the Threshold, he
    • to our dreams, and will not let them go. I have often spoken of how
    • “Ignorabimus,” reading into the word a confession that however
    • To whom she shows
    • To whom she shows
    • How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.”
    • alternate for us if we are to remain healthy in mind and body. How is
    • normal life of man shows these two alternating conditions. The picture
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    • WE HAVE BEEN studying how the living form of man, his soul and his
    • and images of them. We do not know how the will-impulse works in us
    • means of sleep? We have no knowledge at all of how this inner will
    • I have shown that although in that age man
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    • be necessary, however, to put up with the fact that erroneous matter
    • to supplement our past studies. If we consider how Man lives in the
    • development. I alluded to how, in very ancient times, speech was
    • how, with the help of his organs of speech he was able to manifest the
    • divine spiritual forces living within him. I also referred to how, in
    • I have previously called your attention to how a real understanding of
    • Mystery of Man. This sentence would begin by our being shown Man in
    • go on to express how Man conducts himself in his temple and how he
    • and of how his roots are in the universe.
    • have spoken of how it would appear to Man if he were to dive beneath
    • how, beneath the threshold of consciousness, there lives what may be
    • hierarchies. We have learned how Man in the world of the Angels, the
    • learned how on his way down he first gathers to him the influences of
    • to speak it was felt how what was experienced in the divine spiritual
    • can be seen. However at a distance all the trees resolve into a single
    • he voiced how he had descended through Saturn or Jupiter in their
    • stellar relation to the Lion or the Virgin, in other words, how he had
    • looked upon differently from how it is done today. I will give you a
    • How does one picture 1, 2, 3 to oneself today? It is done by thinking
    • Man's head. (I say the hollow of his head because I have often shown
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    • We have often explained how the development of man takes place during
    • indicated how the child behaves to a great extent as an imitative
    • viewpoint, how a child grows into the world. These facts can be
    • I have often pointed out how the human etheric body lives in intimate
    • the birth of the astral body to the time of puberty. However, that
    • must always have recourse for our descriptions. Today, however, we
    • his astral body, however, he brings with him an image of the
    • is shape immediately. All this, however, changes proportion as the
    • We then see how his movements — intelligent movements, now, walking
    • Thus we have now described in a quite concrete form how the human
    • being Lives his way into his physical body, and how he is able to draw
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    • Let us try to understand how Truth, Beauty and Goodness are related,
    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • How often it is the case that a man would like to be a person of note
    • thus describes him. The essential thing, however, is that he shall be
    • it to be this copy of reality. It behooves us, however, to feel the
    • How can man develop an actual power that will lead him directly into
    • These ideals show us how far man is able to fulfill his whole human
    • is not to experience it. The moment we experience beauty, however, the
    • will respect him less if he does wrong. He can, however, also do good
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • or that he did not tell himself at a certain moment: ‘This is how you
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • level of the animals. However much one may emphasize man's further steps
    • And man needs to be conscious of how his own soul-life should he placed
    • in bald terms, how Persian, Babylonian, Egyptian, Greek or Roman history
    • by way of all sorts of concepts and pictures, how we stand within the three
    • fluid quality of its life. He could not do this, however, in sharp
    • animal, and of how they worked together.
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • picture-consciousness. If however he obeys the imperative ‘Know
    • realize how at every moment this freedom of his has to be wrestled for. He
    • should realize how, in his passions, emotions, feelings and sensibilities, he
    • how the intellectual is
    • On a previous occasion we saw how in earlier times man looked up
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • in various recent studies I have explained how the physical
    • entire life. It is somewhat different in character, however, from the
    • the course of today's considerations you will begin to understand how
    • human being after birth, however, the physical organization of the
    • right next to the invisible one (see drawing). This is how the mutual
    • however, there is a direct intervention of forces that enter the
    • for the course of food taken in by the mouth. Schematically, however,
    • Actually, however, this
    • invisible forces. These forces can be clearly designated, however, if
    • It may also be, however,
    • process could take place, however, if we have been stuck by a
    • however, the tumor-forming force that is directed inward and the
    • belladonna, the deadly nightshade: how are actual poisons different
    • etheric activity, which, however, already rightly contains from above
    • breakdown processes. If the opposite activity is too great, however
    • human being. The moment there is too much of this poison, however, we
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • have to know how substances taken from the flower act in the human
    • when giving injections, we must always observe how the breakdown
    • how the breakdown processes first resist and then only gradually
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    • meet this request. However, it is difficult to be brief, especially about this
    • come to a more or less clear awareness of how uncertain, how vacillating
    • the views of contemporary, official medicine actually are, of how in
    • how the outer chemical and physical processes continue to work in him:
    • how they continue to work when he is healthy, and how they continue to
    • How shall it then be possible to properly judge the effects of
    • how some substance of nature which we introduce into the human
    • That is directly evident also in anatomy. Just look at how the legs are
    • continued inwardly into the metabolic organs and, similarly, how the
    • This membering, however, may not be done as a professor once did who
    • have a natural process, so to speak, but you can see immediately how that
    • Thus we can see how a fundamental understanding of this three-fold
    • human being makes it possible for us to understand how a process of
    • for example. If, however, you were able to look into the totality of the
    • you will also notice how the nerve cell is a cell which continually tends to
    • how a liver cell is something which continually tends to be built up if it is
    • how one can find the relationship of a remedy which has been taken from
    • very fine threads. Especially important, however, is what occurs when
    • one can study various processes which show how in fact the same forces
    • in the human organism and how they take on all kinds of forms of forces
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    • I will now show how you can see this picture-character of man more
    • movements cease, inasmuch as the Ego is away; the blood however goes
    • detail how it is working in the outer picture, maya, or reflection,
    • the sunlight something of its own essence. This is however not the
    • interrelation show how man upon his way from earthly life to earthly
    • How much is yet to come to the humanity of modern time through looking
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    • Festival. That however will only be possible when the might and power of the
    • of the karma of the Anthroposophical Society. We can however carry these
    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • therewith for all mankind; we know how he set before them the goal and
    • destiny of their existence. And we have shown how in the course of time the
    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • we saw how this impulse rose again in the poet Novalis. In the poet Novalis
    • We know [for I have often spoken with you of these things] how, when man
    • Bearing this in mind, let us look for a moment at Raphael and see how he
    • passes through the gate of death, and how he enters the realm of the starry
    • behold, my dear friends, how Raphael enters the Moon sphere, and we see how
    • lived in earlier stages of Earth-evolution. We see how he unites himself
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • We see how in the Sun sphere he is able to live through over again in a deep
    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • had of the evolution of the later Eliphas Levi. And we behold too how he
    • that one can really do for Raphael as a personality is to write of how one
    • and write about him. This time however he spoke only of his pictures and not
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • be necessary, however, to put up with the fact that erroneous matter
    • Golgotha and how the Mystery of Golgotha changed their
    • This is how matters
    • however, be set forth according to an outer materialistic, historical
    • investigation. It must be set forth in such a way as to show the
    • the earth in the right way. We learn how they brought in the forces
    • calling of a scribe, could, however, bring this divine wisdom only as
    • enabled men to see how Ahriman crept into the evolution of humanity
    • and how a super-sensible, superterrestial event existed in the
    • Greeks still relate how happy the ancients were because, when death
    • ethical conception, and tries to show how dead thoughts can be
    • feels how difficult it is to clothe these experiences in the words of
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    • simply faced the problem: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
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    • simply asked himself: how should a ghost or a witch appear on the
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    • borders for the attack. They were, however, able to achieve nothing.
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
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    • present. The paramount question for Plato was, “How does Man
    • sense-perceptions.” This statement holds good, however, only for
    • his Doctrine of Ideas. In demanding this, however, he demanded no more
    • representation of a comprehensive spiritual fact. Here again, however,
    • human perceptive faculties. Those, however, who may be considered as
    • however, the point becomes alive, the zero becomes an active Cause.
    • are dead; if, however, we perceive these points as differential
    • The point is, however, that we should also be able to research (in the
    • mathematics is able to understand how the mathematician builds up the
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    • see into that world perceive how the dead gradually makes more and
    • to explain how the head, in its physical form, can only be understood
    • And now we will consider how intercourse with the dead takes place in
    • ask: How do I approach the dead so that he experiences me in himself?
    • How does the dead come near me again so that I can live in him? These
    • through the soul. Exceptions can, however, occur.
    • however to understand what I have to say on this matter you must
    • just as you looked back at the tree. Richard Wagner showed that he had
    • waking arrives. In the spiritual world, however, the moment of falling
    • fall asleep. The question must, however, be put in a particular way;
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • questions of therapy and hygiene; this proved how much such problems
    • However, these lectures had been intended for a particular audience;
    • roughly how nutrition and breathing work in human beings. We also
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • have to deal with the human mind as well and try to understand how it
    • other day how we can observe human beings. We do not need to
    • experiment; all we need to do is pay attention to how nature
    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • And how do they
    • form these consonants? All you need to do is to pay attention to how
    • how children initially learn to speak. They learn to speak only
    • before, except then it occurs in a different manner. Anyhow, when we
    • we need to understand also that this is how the child learns to
    • convolution of the brain, though symmetrically placed, shows
    • brain is less developed and remains mush. However, when someone is
    • they began learning to speak. However, if I now force the left-handed
    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
    • hand merely proves how little we know. Mind you, we can strive for
    • merely in order to add the vowels and consonants in crying. However,
    • how important these influences from the outside are. We see that they
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    • sympathy and antipathy. Think how much the whole of life depends upon
    • This is shown by a capacity for change such as the one we have now
    • seen how spirit penetrates all matter everywhere, so that nowhere can
    • every field how evolution as a whole is pressing on towards knowledge
    • alone, however, is not enough. People are always pleased when they
    • comes out of Art, how it arises in life — these are questions
    • showed that everything had taken place exactly as planned.
    • out into the world and investigate how scuffles and scrimmages and
    • how little weight can be attached to depositions given before a court
    • realise how much is required in order to set forth correctly a series
    • a thing, you will see how tremendously important for ordinary life
    • the Spirit showering down into Maya-Maria, even as the blood-drops of
    • You see how many
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    • much more deeply. It can sometimes be heartbreaking how little the
    • how does man achieve real freedom in his social life? Schiller would
    • So Schiller asks: how must the various powers of the soul —
    • his “Aesthetic Letters,” but when he asks, “How
    • achieved. It is very much worth observing how people at the present
    • in clairvoyance, you will see how the necessity of co-operation
    • you are thirsty. If this happens, you see how unhealthy it is.
    • everyday life, even the most everyday game, and understands how to
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    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • You will readily see how many opportunities there are for such things
    • recently. You will remember how in another connection I brought them
    • however, depending on the individual human being.
    • fact is how our destiny is moulded. Elemental beings who feel
    • his environment, and can see how spiritual forces are at work in the
    • often presented to you in a Eurythmy performance. Here you can see how
    • swim. Here then you may see how experiences can come back in the form
    • the power to bless. That is how things come back in life. And it is
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • An external observation will suffice to show that in this matter we
    • It is remarkable how, for example, an historian such as Ranke, who was
    • outrage. Thus you can see how little readiness there is on the part of
    • Jahve. I told you a few days ago how one could take Harnack's book,
    • Even the consciousness of how we stand in relation to our thoughts
    • and grey hairs. For the geologist who knows how to observe correctly,
    • then it somehow or other disappears; it gradually weakens and is lost.
    • you were physicists, I would draw your attention to how people reckon
    • time, however, are not real things in themselves. Velocities, varying
    • so on. And now our author, whom his book shows to be an excellent
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    • A distinction must be made, however, between the Moon forces that work
    • individuality, however, man is the product of the Sun forces.
    • ourselves free and independent of them. And do you know how we can
    • our health depend on how our astral body has developed during the
    • forces, however, work in different ways in his being as we have heard.
    • however, man's attention had already begun to be diverted from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • in my Theosophy. Of man, however, we must say that in many
    • already show that this science is quite unaware of what they really
    • are. For this is how it appears when illuminated with anthroposophical
    • principle of weight. Thus if we rightly understand how the form of man
    • comes into being, we can always tell, of any system of organs, how its
    • These transformations, however, not only take their course in the
    • we can at most describe and register precisely how his legs were
    • with these ears you hear how you behaved morally down in this earthly
    • Thus you can see in the form of man himself, how the transformation
    • I spoke to you here, I told you how man between death and a new birth
    • how we have in the middle man something that is ordered as it were in
    • Hierarchies. Now we understand how the earthly world of sound is the
    • physical reflection of the heavenly harmony of the Spheres, and how
    • how he places himself into the midst of the earthly. He would
    • You see how wonderfully all things work and weave into one another in
    • I describe it to you as I have done just now, if I show how your
    • understanding of the word Tree comes about; and how the ear is an
    • mingled with it, when I describe how the ear is formed and shaped out
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • you. Think how vivid the experience was at that time. Think how faint
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    • concern for the world but busy themselves with how they feel and what
    • power and eroticism, then you will see from the beginning how
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
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    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • Hyperborean and Polarian epochs. Before then, however, you were only beings
    • now how this is connected with the first example given. You build a church
    • been both good and beautiful. A man who attained one Degree knew how he
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • spite of this, however, they are not there without a purpose.
    • therefore, is this: The human being must know how to keep silence about the
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • he had shown us from afar changes into a murderous weapon. The
    • drama through which the soul passes; how there was first an
    • place of an impulse — how this passed over into feelings
    • of anxiety and terror, and how at last the dreamer came to the
    • however, enables human beings to live in those forces of the
    • through thoughts — thoughts which are, however, forces.
    • at least some experiences in sleep. This is, however, only the
    • which reveal cosmic mysteries showing that human beings indeed
    • movement, in perpetual activity. At a definite moment, however,
    • taking place in the body. However, if you had placed beside
    • minerals. This third state of sleep has, however, yet another
    • however, as we now are, but as we were before birth, before
    • conception. We learn to know how we have lived between death
    • salt-cube. We look at it from without. That is how it is
    • How did
    • become god. This would not, however, be an absolutely good god
    • attention to such matters; we should observe how beings and
    • physical world; how Christ came from the spiritual world into
    • the physical world; and further how again the sensible world
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    • conveyed by describing how the etheric body is related to the physical
    • body, how it differs in substance, and so on. Such descriptions are
    • Many of you may have noticed how, after attending a concert the
    • Now one sees how all that streams and flows and shines inwards, from
    • Perhaps some of you remember how I described the human etheric body
    • described how the streams that compose the etheric body as a whole
    • pictures) as the various Lotus-flowers. Thus you can realize how
    • contained the human astral body itself. This activity shows
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • Beings can be described spiritually — how they shine, with
    • gentle phosphorescence, and resound: how they spread streaming warmth,
    • how they speak out their own essence. For each particular Being a full
    • Originally they knew very well how the manifestations of the Exusiai,
    • interwoven with the Beings of the second Hierarchy. One observes how
    • man goes from earthly life to earthly life, and how from life to life
    • of speech, and of movement. One sees then how the activity of the
    • From this we see how the physical human form dissolves into
    • individual Spirits, but in which they show themselves as it were only
    • will see how his whole life consists in a struggle and effort among
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    • how during the course of evolution, man, proceeding from a purely
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • how the conception of the Christ Being has developed in popular
    • opinion. The immediate conception of Jesus of Nazareth is, however,
    • It would be interesting to describe how, from the 16th
    • should be relegated to the domain of Faith. We cannot, however, enter
    • into this to-day. Rather is it our task to indicate how by the time
    • development, as it were, of ancient Gnostic ideas, has however
    • however, the modern mind can only relegate to the realm of poetry.
    • I was able to show the place of the Christian Impulse in the historical
    • spiritual and soul kernel of man’s being, however, function
    • induced. It was a state, however, in which the inner forces of the
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • show what is the whole meaning and purpose of human evolution,
    • world-historical Initiation broke in upon Jesus of Nazareth, however,
    • Let us now consider how one who stands on the ground of
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • how, through the Mystery of Golgotha, divine forces entered into
    • accomplished through the spiritual world. He will see how there was
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    • life. To-day we shall consider how an impulse akin to that of
    • lead us too far, but a comparison will show that our method of
    • sphere of human knowledge.” He showed by this remark that he
    • clear cognition can attain; from that point onwards, however, we grope
    • which is, however, more than an image. Those who really know what they
    • realise how deeply Wagner's soul was steeped in Mysticism. To a
    • Tragedy. We shall not, however, go into what Nietzsche says,
    • Therefore he uses themes in which he is able to show that laws far
    • are explained by Spiritual Science, however contradictory they may be
    • shows, albeit in brief outline, how true realities stream into the
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    • can see how through his intuition Wagner was able to draw upon amounts
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • than those recorded in history. Legends show us how the forces and
    • put such questions shows such a lack of understanding of his mission
    • And now let us see how this sublime ideal lived on the heart and soul
    • Amfortas-mystery portrays how human nature in the course of evolution
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    • strained every nerve to understand how a Being like the Christ, Who
    • evolution of man. The nature of this Being, how He had worked before
    • Very little real understanding of Plato is shown in modern text-books
    • My only object in saying this is to show that in the present age there
    • of Aristotle and of Plato, by showing that there was really no
    • Let me try to tell you in brief words how Ammonius Saccas spoke of
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
    • of Ammonius Saccas. How did the world appear to the soul of
    • and space. Gazing out into the expanses of the cosmos, we see how the
    • taught how the organism of man is related to the forty-two earthly
    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • develop to a point where he will understand how the Christ took up His
    • Again and again it happened, however, that knowledge of this wisdom
    • attained to knowledge of how the Christ had lived in Jesus and of His
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    • and justified is, however, the APPEAL TO THE WILL. It is not at all a
    • present can show us in an overwhelming
    • important to consider HOW certain things are named, but rather what
    • this can only be grasped with greatest difficulty. How do these
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    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • however, it would not immediately take on its own form, owing to the
    • would split up into portions, and these would show in their
    • cosmos. However, this becomes inwoven with the cosmos in a manner
    • be grasped ... but let me show you, with the aid of a comparison, how
    • that there are clocks and also how they are made. They would not,
    • however, see the man who makes the clock; they would only see how a
    • of their own accord, for we can see how they form themselves.”
    • spontaneously! However, everything that arises is the result of
    • Just imagine how
    • foster the feeling showing us how little of all that wisdom which
    • examples, I only advance them in order to show you that all those
    • be possible to prove, even in an entirely external way, how
    • painted, shows that up to the 13th and 14th century it was possible
    • bear in mind such a fact. It shows us that the ancient spiritual
    • one side. They show us how necessary it is for the human being to
    • But all this shows us that at the present time, in particular, a soul
    • before you two facts: I have shown you, on the one hand, what is
    • shown you the way in which we should contemplate the events that
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    • heard how the creations of art and of culture help us to understand
    • always been known as Temples. You have already heard how the life of
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • perfect, however, and to press it any further would lead wide of the
    • falsely. In the way I have expressed it, however, the comparison is
    • however, can work only in the realm of sense, can create forms only
    • How can men of the
    • peoples.” Up to now, our age has shown no aptitude, as did the
    • from the spirit of an epoch. How can we to-day reach some
    • philologist! How ought we to regard these things? I will try to make
    • young Prince Diocletian, how the Emperor desired to hang his son on
    • the gallows, and how he is saved by words spoken each day by Seven
    • how the Emperor's son comes to be saved.
    • But how can we get
    • reiterating all the time that we are “Theosophists!” How
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    • character how this process came to its consummation. The goal of the
    • stage of perfection. The Greek had foreshadowed how the perfected
    • present. He is, however, named in tradition. He is the “Apostle
    • the Germanic-English. The Templar rites show us that it is a matter of
    • The Rosicrucians, however, watch over the common stock of what
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    • however strangely seeming. Imagine some Being descending from another
    • We men of to-day little know how far we have gone in
    • Greece all spiritual life was somehow related to the healing of
    • Principle held sway. Yet it was felt how man had departed ever more
    • realm of shades” — bears witness, how deeply humanity had
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • arose in their hearts the question of which I spoke above: “How
    • the question: How shall we come once more to the Supersensible —
    • culture of that age, the question was. How did Christ enter into
    • Christ to Earth. They asked themselves, How did the super-sensible
    • known, how human beings had once upon a time remembered Him, because
    • How shall the soul live on when the body falls into decay? In olden
    • yet how are they there? Look at the human being as he stands before
    • Then do we understand how it is like an illness if man
    • through His guidance; we feel how the living Spirit arises again out
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    • that even primitive languages show the same character as civilised
    • object. In our day however there is hardly any feeling left for this;
    • the evolution of higher spiritual Beings. We need only learn how to
    • Beings, and we can arrive at a clear perception of how the continuous
    • health, — in effect, how his will was aroused to
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • expressions of will. How do we account for this? It was due to the
    • schools. Generally speaking, however, it is possible to trace a
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • Hermann Grimm showed a true and sure instinct, when he said that we
    • region, men still feel how the word pulsates in them as the blood
    • free and unbiassed way, we cannot fail to observe how they carry in
    • an element of death, how they tend to become mere empty husks. In
    • increasingly how the languages show signs of dying.
    • We see how intimate is the connection of that stream in evolution
    • how, just where the physical and material grows weak and faint and
    • become a festival filled with life and impulse. It has to express how
    • from it. And how sore is the need to-day for such fructification! Let
    • think how it will be when they have gone on studying for some time; a
    • weaving of the Divine Archangels, behold too how their working and
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    • of these Beings, however, was held to be entirely free from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • lecture you will have seen how the spiritual world, in which we are
    • medical, physiological conception which will ascertain how the one or
    • let occultism show its art!’ Well, it will do so the moment its
    • words of untold importance which have, however, never been rightly
    • death. They are only there, however, for a short time, as you know,
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • faculty, already in the physical world, always to see how the
    • physical and physiological effects. Frequently, however, half- or
    • psychoanalysis here in all its ramifications; I will only show you a
    • lectures, you will see how very different is this consciousness in
    • the spiritual world. You need only remember how much our
    • life. You can read in my Theosophy how these things are, as we
    • how altogether different are the conditions of life and experience in
    • I made it my chief task today to describe to some extent how the
    • from another aspect, how the world is an interconnected whole. Truly
    • the gate of death and entering into the spiritual world were somehow
    • show how the death in Christ can place us rightly into the spiritual
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • examined this or the other myth. However, the myth permits of many
    • mind the nature of the thinking employed in the myths, how deeply, or
    • actually how little deeply, one is concerned with reality in
    • sometimes how myths have been formed among neighbouring peoples of
    • can observe in an interesting way how the Greeks not only have a
    • number of Gods connected with their own life, but how they have whole
    • circle. We shall see how the construction of such God-myths springs
    • external perception one can see how the Egyptians — in their
    • there took place what has been stated. Then, however, the myth
    • the innovations to be really sweeping. That, however, had the effect
    • world-mysteries. It is remarkable how in Greece they often spoke of
    • something very deep and of great meaning. It shows that in those
    • spiritual things. The Greek knew how to picture something of Osiris,
    • Chronos and Rhea — we shall see immediately how they fit into
    • same time, however, the Egyptian knew: the same God who judges men
    • Gaea and Uranus, particularly, however, when Chronos reigned with
    • of the being of Zeus — please note exactly how I form the
    • imaginative consciousness. In this way, however, they rule over us,
    • this, however, you see that the Greeks looked back to a time when
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • It was my task yesterday to show how the special configuration of
    • in fact this represented the truth: — there are, however,
    • point is to show when Imaginative clairvoyance disappeared from earth
    • considered sacred. And how actually was the picture-script brought
    • how he experiences the spirit-snake, the
    • to a certain degree, however, it is not only a case of should,
    • then after puberty pictured or felt it inwardly. How do you perceive
    • different, with the secrets of the air, which, however, are only
    • became coarser. How is that to be understood? Well, you can imagine
    • nothing in it but what was shown physically. Beings live in it which
    • atmosphere, experience with my whole life, that, however, is
    • But it is the dregs that have remained. In this way, however, all
    • the Nymph Egeria to receive information from her as to how he should
    • arrange social conditions in the Roman Kingdom. This, however, means
    • him, had let the star-wisdom tell him how social conditions should be
    • and it all points to how man sought to find a recognizable connection
    • form over the earth today, without people having any idea of how out
    • things, as has indeed constantly been shown today, yet the time has
    • treated today as sexual problems. But you see how what here is pure,
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • the Osiris-Isis Legend in its essentials, have seen how Osiris was
    • however, they not only ruined the artistic intention from which the
    • spoken of how the Word has withdrawn, as it were, from the
    • a spring. We have seen how we live in the age of abstractions, where
    • the Logos, however, must be laid hold of again. The cow-horns of
    • sense. Today, however, men themselves have already forgotten what was
    • for that is logical is it not, and logical are they all — how
    • science — if I were to recount to you how everywhere it is to
    • how far they are removed from reality in what today they call ideas,
    • at all how it has made Eulenspiegel into its patron saint, how
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
    • We have spoken of how
    • also underwent an alteration of the soul. We have indicated how the
    • element, however, has its significance for the social life, for the
    • example of how whole literatures are written because men have lost
    • one case, my dear friends. Just think how infinitely important many
    • however, another way of looking at the human being which
    • understand how to grasp realistically that one gets older with
    • That, however, is a
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • question, however, can only be approached slowly and gradually. It
    • bring before your spiritual eyes in showing how one can look towards
    • — and how on the other hand one can take into one's
    • Egyptian culture, however, the mystery as a principle of the
    • veil of Isis; he however can lift it, who grasps the spiritual life,
    • said to characterize the times not to criticize them. Where, however,
    • other hand, however, it may also be said that compared with the
    • observations of how there is always something in man which
    • thorax, as it were, what was the nature of the other. He felt how the
    • how one then actually perceived! One was aware of the others, but one
    • Persian. A relation with the macrocosmic Gemini is shown
    • co-operation of the left and the right, which is shown in particular
    • stomach. In this way, however, what the third post-Atlantean epoch
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • however, meant that observation of the universe was taken into the
    • heavens, he now received from the earth. This is what is shown us
    • something, but how one sees it, how one is able to
    • I wanted to bring the matter forward merely as an example to show
    • today talks about current events, but how little is really known of
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • months ago indicated how changes in humanity as a whole differ from
    • own willpower we must make any further advance. This is how it seems,
    • externally considered — we shall see immediately how matters
    • of humanity is shown in external symptoms — and one who regards
    • it is shown by the fact that in Greece, let us say, a man had still
    • is so proud. One cannot do enough to make oneself clear how
    • sought in these lectures to show from a lofty historical standpoint
    • what the development of the time required, and how these requirements
    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • evolved to atheism, materialism, irreligion. He saw how what had
    • consists in this: one should consider how one would look at such a
    • humanity. I have pointed out to you how remarkable it is that Raphael
    • I have pointed out how a flaring-up of Goethe's poetic power always
    • Friedrich Schlegel showed what, in his view, the salvation of Europe
    • Christianity is the one and only thing that can show man how to
    • however, the life of science and life of the State, must be
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • There is, however,
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • than is possible at the present time. This present time, however, is
    • however, solve the riddle of man if we are content to continue to be
    • though it is there less clearly shown.
    • You will, however, easily see that disregarding certain
    • This has a deep inner justification; however we will not discuss
    • Now this already shows
    • external anatomical physiological observation — look how a
    • head develops, how a man grows up — shows that the head goes
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • enabled to see how a man assimilates life-wisdom, life-experience all
    • thorough consciousness of how man develops quickly as headman
    • not understand how to become old — or I could say, to remain
    • humanity were to understand how to become old, or younger in old age
    • as I showed yesterday, this science of today would become really
    • can give us, man can gain no conception of how he stands in relation
    • of these things, however, in difficult concepts. For as long as
    • head however will look to the heart and will find there the mysteries
    • extremes. He seems to have forgotten how to conceive of the
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • repelled by the chapter where I speak of the human aura and how man's
    • showed under treatment in the camera obscura, an immense aura, so
    • opposition and abuse, has thus shown its point of contact with
    • heredity, however, and that the part of man which excludes the head
    • can show a likeness to the ancestors. If one has a feeling for such
    • the spiritual world. This substance, which I have shown coming
    • spiritual substance continuously, then one knows how to apply it to
    • relate how I came upon this fact years ago. The forces that play
    • condition. Now a special problem for me was how matters stood with
    • will only stress this as a matter by which you can see how one comes
    • one can most easily maintain a neutral attitude. You see, however,
    • intensive observation of human life one can see how man makes use of
    • spiritual science so fruitful that the human being comes to feel how
    • he is built up out of the cosmos, how he actually ‘shells
    • himself’ from the cosmos and how he gives back to the cosmos
    • investigated through spiritual science. I have mentioned how
    • the Earth, you can read how the purely materialistic geologist
    • How then does a next earth, a new planet, arise out of this earth, on
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    • to realize how that which he incorporates into his etheric body by
    • however, speak of the destruction of the astral body; on the
    • body, which however has now become something different. Indeed there
    • have indicated how the astral body expands into the universe, then
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • you just now how the astral body expands into the universe and how it
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • only, with our ordinary consciousness we do not discover how we are
    • this whole process consciously? He learned from it how the underlying
    • other side; in such a way, however, that we do not penetrate deeper
    • us how the former earth life is connected with this life.
    • talk. This is, however, nothing but materialistic thinking applied to
    • is, however, more to it. In this present age we have before us a
    • it has happened that the majority — no matter how paradoxical
    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • people, however, who lived in Asia before, at the time of, and
    • shows in an isolated phenomenon how these things really work. The
    • general, one can see in the American point of view how the souls do
    • not sit quite solidly within their bodies, how they consequently try
    • to apprehend the body from without, how even the science of
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    • April, 1923) I want to speak in greater detail of how the
    • Karma. How does the shaping of destiny proceed? In order to answer
    • brain. This however only applies to people who use their right hand
    • really to be understood until we can follow how, in later life, the
    • If you can perceive how a human being speaks, how he forms his words,
    • how he imparts to the words his own characteristic tone of voice, how
    • experiences of his own soul — then you can also perceive how,
    • of voice is produced. The element of spirit and soul however, that
    • true connection with the Archai. How can this be done? Idealism
    • It is wonderful to be able to perceive how the efforts made by a
    • to achieve equilibrium — how these efforts represent the
    • We have here an example of how the materialistic outlook remains
    • altogether within the realm of the physical. It describes how the
    • how it learns to walk, and so on: but behind every physical
    • into learning to walk. For learning to walk is one expression of how
    • carried over into another earthly life. How the next life is framed
    • exist. What can be said, and with truth, is that we behold how the
    • conception; it is, however, quite incorrect.
    • Observing the human being during the life of day, we can see how the
    • during the night, however, the astral body participates in the life
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    • would not understand how they spoke or what they did. Historical
    • early life — how as a boy of seven he built an altar by taking
    • father's collection; how he placed a taper on the top, lighting
    • around him in his youth. And we see how in the course of his Italian
    • journey the idea of metamorphosis arises from this mood of soul, how
    • That, however, is only one side of the picture. There is a certain
    • how all that unfolded in Greek culture since the age of Pythagoras
    • literally but only according to the sense. Schiller perceived how
    • We can, however, go still further back than this. Spiritual Science
    • only very poorly express, however deeply Schopenhauer may have felt
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    • well how difficult it is to make Spiritual Science to some extent
    • intelligible to modern civilisation and culture, and I know, too, how
    • certain guiding lines, how the higher worlds can become a reality.
    • If, however, the aim is to reach the super-sensible worlds with the
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • however, is the same throughout: the forces of soul, the forces of
    • inward experience, however, can only be reached by the exercising and
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • Everyone knows how in a tiny child the brain develops by degrees into
    • The essential point, however, is that when a man becomes prone to
    • comparison how it is actually possible to describe these worlds.
    • being. We learn to know how the body of formative forces,
    • organs; how in a world of soul-and-spirit before birth or conception,
    • the astral body bears the eternal core of our being, how this astral
    • but recognising how our organs have been created, how ether-body,
    • they find descriptions of how the human being, in his primeval forms, was
    • earlier metamorphoses, preceded the Earth, and how the very make-up
    • of the Earth into other planetary conditions; how it is possible
    • super-sensible worlds. After the attainment of Inspiration, however,
    • How often we feel that what is living in our impulses of will surges
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    • come across statements showing that the recollection of an old
    • is customary in modern science, if we observe how certain ideas which
    • character, if we observe how concepts such as “hypothesis”
    • spirit does not possess a real technique of thinking. How many things
    • How do their
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
    • really very important to contemplate earnestly and carefully how
    • this modern science of Nature, are, however, the very offspring of
    • how the truth, the absolute truth of Darwinism may stand, it
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    • end of the nineteenth century. Let us observe how the external facts
    • a conspicuous man. That physiologist, however, was a thoroughly
    • that every single word revealed how matters stood. Whereas a few
    • another standpoint, how certain people, who felt that the head of
    • is how things take their course. Idealism and spiritualism exist ...
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • is, however, connected with the whole earth. What we generally call
    • standpoint of the earth-being. Try to feel how this standpoint is,
    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
    • no matter how much science may progress, we would inevitably have to
    • be considered again and again; for, as already stated, no matter how
    • a theoretical manner of how the Earth has developed out of the Moon,
    • build up anything merely through wishes, no matter how excellent
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    • spiritual world. Afterwards, however, as he continues along his path
    • investigation may show us that his destiny in no way led him to the
    • science must however show that many things which are looked upon as
    • this particular case, however, it is significant that the etheric
    • Building know how much they owe to this etheric aura. And I shall
    • grasp how matters really stand with an etheric body that had to cut
    • Play, “The Souls' Probation”, can have an idea of how the
    • awake. We might say, however: The activity that our astral body and
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • are slandered, how people look upon them as something insane,
    • distorted and mad, how they consider them to be empty fantasies.
    • already explained to you how wonderful are the imaginative forms
    • how important it is for the whole progress of human evolution
    • on man, as it were, how these forces, bestowed upon the world through
    • how easy it is to ignore a gift of cosmic life consisting of the
    • Consider how these unused forces of the human etheric bodies can fall
    • not WHAT we think, but HOW we think, feel and will. The smallest or
    • our soul's eye, yet everything shows us how necessary it is for the
    • unable to see how these three Beings stand within the world. The true
    • how earnestly one would like to entreat the guardian spirits and
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    • Boehme. We feel how they wrestled within themselves to understand
    • however, looks out into the world that is perceptible to the senses
    • experienced, however, they gradually become vision of man’s
    • therefore say: Jacob Boehme still shows signs of possessing a
    • indicates the lines along which natural science must evolve, how it
    • words have, however, an entirely different significance in his
    • Boehme, however, had still been able to gather up those crumbs of
    • often pathetic, although at the same time it shows up the conceit of
    • some people, to see how they read Jacob Boehme and whenever they come
    • vessel from which all the air has been pumped. This is how our
    • unity and they perceived how the soul works everywhere in the bodily
    • fourteenth and fifteenth centuries still showed traces of this
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
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    • ascending line of development. However, while the wonderful Greek
    • how the Greek experienced what went on in his body: whether he
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • constitutes art shows us even more clearly that it has remained
    • All this shows you that
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    • However, if men really take hold of the best possibilities for their
    • we understand how to imbue earth-evolution with its true meaning and
    • can have no true understanding of the super-sensible world. However
    • Anyone who observes how humanity is handling palpable truth today
    • time ago how a friend of our Movement, shortly before he died from
    • chance to discard the bigotry of the times and to learn how to move
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
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    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • myself; I only showed, step by step, to those who wished to enact the
    • ceremonies, how they have to be performed. That was necessary. And
    • regard to important matters we should state quite clearly how the
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    • science shows us the eternal forces that are active within us, that
    • shown you that in every single case it can only speak of things from
    • Past lectures showed
    • and the heart.” This interior, however, that can thus
    • body as a whole, it merely shows us its external aspect,
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • our past life. It does not, however, rise up in the same way in
    • have experienced during our life, is woven into it. How did we
    • human being. Our experience merely shows us the external aspect of
    • made in the form of images; in its image-character it is, however,
    • is, however, impossible to use another one — now that we have cast
    • higher than our earthly life. However, we experience a purely
    • spoke of this). Our experiences are, however, not limited to the
    • that is really most significant for our whole life. Let us, however,
    • physical world only shows us the outer aspect of deep, significant
    • structure becomes inwoven with us, a knowledge of how the heart is
    • cosmos is woven into us, and this image shows us how the stomach is
    • to compare how one thing fits in with the other, and we then build
    • This is how we
    • souls that crossed the portal of death before us, should, however,
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    • environment of the ancient Scythian nation. However, a nation living
    • Wainamoinen, Ilmarinen and Lemminkainen express how this threefold
    • How could such a thing take
    • place? How was it possible that a great nation could develop at a
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    • by discussing how a society like ours comes into being. I believe
    • anthroposophy has to offer. On the other hand, however, a society
    • How is such a vanguard
    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • could have shown more respect for freedom than the way the
    • I know how
    • us. They throw light, however, on the question of what must be done
    • Think how dissatisfied the heart is with one's external life! One
    • anthroposophy itself is, and instead ask questions like, “How
    • its lowest ebb. Now, however, they have become possible. I don't want
    • opportune moment for me to leave, however happily opportune it was to
    • objective basis. Objective debate, however, requires going into the
    • getting to understand how its knowledge is derived. Experimentation
    • and guidance of the Anthroposophical Society and who know how to
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    • shall inquire today: How does memory come about? How is it that we have
    • through? How does it come to pass that we have memory?
    • would know how to interpret them so as to say: ‘These are the movements
    • were well aware how all things I have mentioned were brought about, and were
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • needful to see these facts clearly, for it is very important to recognize how
    • wanting in our time, but rather that attitude of soul which shows true
    • now knows, however, that there are a few men — who will be more and
    • insight into how things are do no more than combat this bondage by that which
    • people do not see how the course of evolution is tending, they do not realize
    • make a beginning. No matter how such remarks as these are received, I had to
    • you, how dependent man is today on the opinions that whirl around him —
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • one of those aspects of spiritual science that show us how well
    • concerned; it can help us solve many problems and show us how to cope
    • in life, however, can never serve man's evolution nor his true
    • ought to ask ourselves how it happens that the etheric body acquires
    • could add various other examples to show that human development, just
    • however, only extends as far as the physical, etheric and astral
    • temperamental nature of a child that show similarities with the
    • world with your eyes open and notice how mentally lazy and mentally
    • have basically retained the same form. If, however, you compare the
    • in our consciousness. Then let us see with our soul's eye how it
    • its inner force. The moment you forget the image, however, you set it
    • that happens, however, happens in conformity to law. Everything that
    • the moral sphere of daily life, let us now consider how forgetting
    • it the fruits of the past life. He can only do this, however, by
    • like a memory. However, when he has passed through the waters of
    • you might ask: How can a man after death have any memory pictures at
    • body is shown in the way the temperaments react upon man. We have
    • then no amount of preaching will help. When he knows, however, that
    • human life by showing man the truth about specific spiritual
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • These could well appear to have nothing in common; however, you will
    • recovery. How this cure is effected is sometimes a matter of complete
    • responsibility for the “how”. Most of our contemporaries
    • However it is just the task of a really spiritual movement to awaken
    • thinking. However, if we follow this or that slogan, or give special
    • his personal concern. To be effective it is necessary to know how to
    • world. So that however pious a doctor is and however many ideas he
    • they only had a body, then however spiritually minded he believes
    • ego, then however much you study anatomy and physiology you would not
    • guided by this if they are to show us how to work with these things.
    • acid. One thing, however, is left out of account, although, needless
    • what flows out as coagulating blood, however fresh it is, is no proof
    • symptoms can result, affecting the stomach, head or heart. However,
    • an illness that shows symptoms in the stomach does not necessarily
    • merely be an indication, to show the way these lectures are leading.
    • however, if people only know of it. A lot can be done for some
    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
    • prescribe in individual cases how the macrocosmic element outside can
    • this would show spiritually in the etheric body — without the
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • visualise how the earlier dual sexed human being gradually developed
    • how the clock works we must go to the mind that produced it, namely
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • Just imagine how infinitely dull human life would be if people were
    • and how little could actually happen in human life, as everybody
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • influence on him. If people go on a long journey nowadays, however
    • his surroundings vastly increased, you get an idea of how the man of
    • time as the moon departed, however, the division into sexes took
    • part of man that shows most clearly the non-divine. The etheric body
    • now we understand how mineral substances affect a man. They create
    • nowadays people just do not see what lies in front of them and show
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • fact that pneumonia shows something quite remarkable that is
    • This can give you a picture of how significant for man's life the
    • however, does not bring us to the end of the matter. Quite definite
    • processes are rhythmically repeated in the physical body too, however
    • That is how it would be if the human being were entirely left to the
    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
    • of the ego rhythm. And this is true, however astonishing it sounds.
    • see how everything that is physical around us is actually an outcome
    • course of seven days. Imagine how illnesses are connected with
    • person is ill, however, his life is endangered when the fever is
    • of Atlantean times, however, things have shifted. Man's inner life
    • will not go into that just now. Today we only wanted to show that
    • will, however, to pass from external phenomena to the causes behind
    • will be able to show that it is not so very long since people were at
    • hidden. These are things that can show us that since the fifteenth
    • any kind of guide, shows that at the same time as it lost the spirit
    • spirit. If you take this to heart you will see how necessary it is to
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • question: How can a knowledge of these things help us understand in a
    • however, establish a rough figure, and say that it goes through its
    • the lungs have to do with the astral body, how the very first,
    • Earth, ancient Moon, and how at that time the astral body was as it
    • a certain course. The temperature, then, is somehow within the rhythm
    • through mere lifeless forces. We have pointed out how grotesquely the
    • well. Thus the experimenter shows how a planetary system in miniature
    • arises, and physicists generally draw the conclusion that this is how
    • of our own human members. For the time being, however, we need only
    • orbiting of the earth. And you can see how the things are to a
    • clock forward three hours and then, forgetting how much he has put it
    • no longer knows how to take guidance from the great script of the
    • salvation to return to the old rhythm and ask himself how he should
    • into spirit-man or atma. Now just think how much ground we have
    • many themes that were really fundamental themes, and how we had to
    • can see how spiritual science is connected with the course of the
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • All this, however, only points to that aspect of illness that is
    • karma, on that great law of causes which show the spiritual
    • is very interesting for people to know, namely, how illnesses are
    • to do this we must say a few introductory words on the subject of how
    • have an exact picture of how the karmic causes of one life become the
    • could say a great deal about it, of course. Today, however, we shall
    • would have become had he reached his goal without effort. This is how
    • closest to our requirements. They never, however, entirely
    • capable of making use of the mid-brain. How can it acquire the
    • diseases appearing at certain times. These show nothing else than
    • This, however, is not necessarily an immediate drawback. Man has to
    • that the fruits show themselves in that same incarnation. That is, an
    • illness. Then this possibility of illness arose. If this is how it
    • Aesculapius is taken to the particular Mystery where he is shown
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • that the animal cannot weep but at the most howl, nor can it laugh
    • but only grin. We must be alive to the difference between howling and
    • How does he restore the balance? He does so in that his ego contracts
    • the fundamentally immobile face of the animal, how rigid it is, and
    • even accompanied by a change of breathing. Therefore let us show the
    • meaninglessly. However, as he has his ego within him and can work
    • control over the laughter muscles. This shows that they have a higher
    • shows that man is at a higher level with regard to that which he can
    • we have shown that really the most everyday things can be understood
    • laughter. And not for nothing did people ascribe howling and gnashing
    • moving, because we know that it will and must be overcome, but how
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • Looking back into the ancient past, we see how the human soul and
    • back into ancient India, Persia, Egypt, and so on. And we saw how the
    • course of ages. All this gives you an idea of how external conditions
    • this. What we are going to describe today, however, shall be
    • one with the sun; and how greatly he had to change as first of all
    • with the separation of sun and moon. This, however, led to a quite
    • physical form they showed a lower form of humanity. They lived in an
    • and characteristics, however, developed on innumerable different
    • whose inner nature is showing itself right into his skin. Those
    • people, however, who had developed their ego being too little, and
    • we see how man's outer surroundings work on his inner situation, and
    • how the earth, through the different positions in which the areas of
    • the details of later times you will see how much becomes
    • how this feeling of personality has been preserved right into later
    • their ego, how many mistakes can be made in regard to the development
    • affected even the colour of their skin, and that is how they became
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
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    • bodies of the human being. Steiner shows how we can become, through our
    • science should take hold of human life, and how it can become life,
    • action and deed. Today, however, we want to give a few concluding
    • forces. However, these currents and forces gradually become less
    • however, the etheric body does not extend very far beyond the
    • however, it has become for him an experience. Something has arisen in
    • property of his soul and are stored up within it. All this, however,
    • understand how the gods have first of all given us our three bodies
    • as vehicles, and how they built up these vehicles stage by stage, and
    • stage. We can understand how we may throw away the parts, piece by
    • our ego. Henceforth, however, they will need what is formed by the
    • He could not create anything out of nothingness, however, had he not
    • He had to receive the foundation for this, however, and if the gods
    • all that is not predetermined, but depends on how man relates to the
    • of a lower order show no more than a trace of what we called creation
    • however, is himself capable of including in his being this creation
    • overwhelming suggestive power. Let us try to imagine how different a
    • end. It has been shown how on the one hand the spirits of personality
    • lose their influence over man, but on the other hand how they again
    • This, however, is part of what we can describe by saying that the
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    • show that the essential nature of these beings can be revealed only
    • was to show from as many different sides as possible, the part played
    • Anthroposophy; he may ask how he can decide to join something for
    • only at the very beginning of the path of attainment. This, however,
    • purpose is to emphasise how necessary it is — even if there is
    • Mystery of Golgotha and the four Gospels. Nothing, however, would be
    • to develop gradually. This is also an indication of how what I have
    • however, be dealt with in the forthcoming lectures, the reason being
    • the truths of the spiritual world. That is how we should respond to
    • respect of knowledge, of perception, however, there is a difference.
    • How does perception come about in everyday life on the physical
    • what otherwise they do to us. This, however, is already near to being
    • may agree together, firstly, as to how certain facts are discovered,
    • but secondly, how they can be understood as more is said of them. In
    • person in some way or deprived him of the love we ought to have shown
    • of men. This attitude makes it possible to realise how the progress
    • of ‘Evening’. If we think of how, in a healthily
    • accept it. What I have wanted to indicate here is how the artist is
    • person's karma can be influenced in a certain way. We must, however,
    • will show, they will produce very little change, because in the way
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    • that understanding can become more complete. Let us, however, begin
    • the human Ego, the ‘I’. A distinction must however be
    • become ‘I’-conscious. You can discover for yourselves how
    • this, however, is that collisions shall continue to take place. These
    • observation, for instance, of the moment of waking will, however,
    • the ‘I’, and we will now try to be clear as to how this
    • that value. How do we reduce the value of our ‘I’? If we
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • planetary worlds. How does he succeed or fail in this respect?
    • this sphere we can learn from occult investigation how in our astral
    • same religious tenets. Occult investigation shows clearly that
    • faiths and systems of thought. In the Sun sphere, however, since we
    • one's own narrow prejudices has been shown to human beings on Earth,
    • however, is its potentiality of development, what enrichment it can
    • are Gods!” The emphasis laid upon the words shows that He
    • case of everyone we meet; how much in his nature is Christ-like? But
    • it has been possible to show the relationship of man’s life on
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    • of how men will gradually develop consciousness of what surrounds
    • How can we become aware of this spiritual world?
    • I want to make you aware of how little a man really knows about the
    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • life. For our inner life, however, it is certainly of importance.
    • from how many things we are protected in the world, how many things
    • How are we to picture the relation of the human soul to
    • sunlight withdraws; in respect of his Ego and astral body, however,
    • showing that right thinking can lead beyond the things of everyday
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
    • of man belong to the world of the stars. When we consider how man is
    • sleep, how this condition is independent of the world of the stars,
    • you now recall how the whole course of the evolution of humanity has
    • at a later time. Now, however, it must be made clear that when a man
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    • forces are drawn from the world of the stars. We have also heard how
    • however, there is a certain difference between his connection with
    • and rebirth, however, a man beholds how forces from the world of
    • stars work upon his being, how they gradually rebuild it. From this
    • you can gather how greatly perception between death and rebirth
    • actually how things are during the life between death and the new
    • be indicated if I make sketches to show how the so-called aura of the
    • in appearance at all events; we cannot, however, speak of an actual
    • astral body leave the human being during sleep is, however, strictly
    • perceive how their positions change in the heavens during the night.
    • very great. Our present age, however, has a definite advantage over
    • actually perceived. They did not, however, perceive in the way that
    • realised how the astral body and the Ego experience what is happening
    • watch how the ancient knowledge disappears gradually as later epochs
    • received in olden times. And how is this done? As we do it in
    • After death, however, it is a torch which from a certain point of
    • death, however, he actually beholds them. Here on Earth,
    • witness of how the forces he took into himself together with the
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    • between death and the new birth. We have heard how during that period
    • Now let us remind ourselves of how life flows by on
    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • picture with the greatest possible clarity how the Earth evolves,
    • Cusanus. But how utterly different were these two
    • movements and interrelationships of the heavenly bodies. How was it
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds. How is it Achieved?
    • then we shall realise how infinitely wise was the contract between
    • by the Gods — in which, however, men must participate because
    • how he worked after the Christ Impulse had been given. Think about
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    • about the content of anthroposophical views, ask: How comes it that
    • that occultism has to give — how comes it that hitherto, indeed
    • But we must now consider closely how man is related
    • much, much deeper! How can we form an idea of this real ‘I’,
    • the human being is not yet able to speak and has to learn how to do
    • so. Try to remember how you first learnt to speak, how you learnt to
    • you will be as little able to remember it as you can remember how you
    • Observing how a human being comes into existence through
    • healthy human reason must be willing to recognise how during the
    • have a dim inkling when we contemplate how a human being learns to
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    • within the human being. Growth, however, continues until checked by
    • — and of how it progresses in
    • invalidate the regular seven-year cycle. We shall, however, always
    • you can read how
    • centuries, however, people attached more weight to authorities whom
    • errors.’ To realise this, however, is not as important as it is
    • advanced peoples, however, can become conscious after death only to
    • of a question relating to man's evolution. It is the question: How
    • his Ego? How did this soul-content differ from what existed before
    • Luciferic in character. With the eye of seership one can perceive how
    • evolution after the Mystery of Golgotha, how they adhere rigidly to
    • how it has made its way into human life.
    • which are inevitable in the course of evolution. Men can, however,
    • wonderfully how wisdom holds sway in the world, how everything that
    • other qualities to which this does not apply and which show
    • for which they had previously shown understanding. These will be
    • manifesting these qualities only late in life. In truth, however, the
    • in the hands of individuals of this kind, who in their youth showed
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    • human body as seen during sleep show a certain similarity with the
    • of a grown-up person, however, or of a child from a certain age
    • Study of the life between death and rebirth, however,
    • that period, however, the experience of connection with the previous
    • Here is a man; how comes it that he is alive? It is because he has
    • coming into being with all its mysteries. We then see how everything
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    • need in order to realise how these different Beings approach us and
    • realise how impossible it is to say that we can wait until death
    • realise from this how Karma works over from one life to the next. In
    • form in which it will be revealed depends entirely upon how we have
    • submit to Ahriman's guidance; they had somehow prepared themselves
    • been. And how had they prepared themselves for this fate in the life
    • super-sensible world. For how this connection is established after
    • however, we will think only of the effects upon the life between
    • position after death to know how things are in the spiritual worlds;
    • in the form of Anthroposophy. We need not, however, be dejected by
    • shown. Therefore as individuals we can acquire from the Beings of the
    • A certain form of mediation is, however, possible in
    • and beautiful examples in our Movement of how it has been possible in
    • the new birth, and the aim has been to show that if Anthroposophy
    • realise, however, how false it is to believe that without any
    • not learn how to love.
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    • question: How is the information given, for example, in the book
    • was how the Soul-World through which the soul has to pass after death
    • given of how the soul, having passed through the gate of death, lays
    • sense-impressions bring into the soul and then try to realise how
    • about how much of what is yielded by sense-impressions is left in the
    • comparatively vivid, and you will realise how pale they have already
    • idea of how little of what the sense-impressions have conveyed is
    • left to the soul as remembrance. This shows you that basically all
    • however, he then rids himself of this longing too.
    • Mercury sphere. On approaching the Mercury sphere, however, the soul
    • you read that chapter again, to picture how an event here on Earth is
    • also an event in a region of the Cosmos, how this event can be
    • understood, and how the Buddha-impulse as a cosmic happening is
    • example of how the details of spiritual research harmonise with each
    • religions on the Earth. In the Jupiter region, however, the soul must
    • and thereafter took its course in the way often described. How do
    • Impulse, however, does not belong to what evolved in the Cosmos
    • however, comes from Old Sun which preceded Old Moon.
    • reflections can show us that the presentation given in the book
    • from these lectures is that you realise how vast is the range of
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • disturbingly aware of how contradictions, difficulties, must pile up
    • ourselves how we can hope to penetrate more effectively, with
    • and how much had been attained by men called “sages” in
    • We see how the philosophies of the period, especially the Gnostic
    • Palestine, what does external history indicate? It shows that in
    • other people had thinking ever been like that! However sceptical
    • anyone may be, however little he may care to know about the Mystery
    • Then one can see also how in the surrounding world that one has come
    • including knowledge of the Mystery of Golgotha, and to reflect how
    • true picture of how the world began! Indeed, he will hardly be able
    • view of the Gnostics. And then they asked themselves: How is it with
    • in human souls, however deeply enmeshed in the material world the
    • understand very well how you have become so proud and arrogant, with
    • the Gnosis. And we have seen how the Gnosis employs endlessly
    • us; it would throw no light on what is shown to the clairvoyant soul.
    • and have shown you only one occult experience, the perception of the
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • see, in the light of yesterday's lecture, how grandly original
    • conception in the flesh, but they could not quite see how to bring
    • of conceiving how the Christ could have been united with a physical
    • how it was that such misunderstandings were inevitable. If with the
    • there. In this fourth epoch, however, men lack the possibility of
    • the form handed down by external tradition, show that they arose from
    • And then we see further how the Sibyls, always
    • until we come to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Then we see how
    • Sibyllism gains influence over the Roman poets; how it even plays
    • into the poems of Virgil; how it is just the intellectuals who try to
    • shape their lives by appealing to the sayings of the Sibyls. How much
    • importance was attached to these sayings is shown by the so-called
    • external world we see how in connection with the Sibylline sayings
    • particularly how he contrasts them with the Prophets. In this
    • turn to the Erythrean Sibyl; we see how she is connected with
    • with a torch. How could the intention of the painting be more clearly
    • Sibyl shows this particularly clearly; we see how her hair is even
    • though showered forth from the depth of the astral body. And with
    • wonderful clarity it showered upon the holy Rishis and their pupils,
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • such. We shall then see how in Paul the Christ Being is reflected in
    • evolution something else is necessary, and we have seen how necessary
    • Christianity, this question came up — How was the nature of
    • how from the Lemurian Age onwards souls gradually came down from
    • pain, all through their lives. That was how evolution was going;
    • order; not, however, from all the planets, but only from Sun, Moon
    • mythologies of the most diverse peoples. We can understand how it was
    • It is remarkable how for the Greek mind one particular
    • the dragon we see how the vapours entered into the soul of the
    • Pythia, and how the Greeks imagined that Apollo lived in these
    • always the opposite. The story shows that Apollo has to do with the
    • to all that flowed from the angelic Being. For that is how it looks
    • We see how the Greeks revered in the god they called,
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • Yesterday we spoke of how preparation was made for that
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Now we have to inquire how the effects of this
    • The first post-Atlantean world-picture to show a direct
    • workings of Time — Zervan Akarana. Not, however, the abstract
    • space, men could now perceive how harmony and melody in cosmic
    • holds good, one might say, for all the West. Let us recall how the
    • in our sense of the term. How do we first come upon the ranks of the
    • Hebrew teaching shown to us at once in the name of the first man,
    • manifestation of these Earth-forces. In this realm the Bible shows us
    • Thus we are told how Jahve, when he was forming man out of earth,
    • depths. I have already asked you to notice how, in the paintings by
    • that one sees how in the devotion of their souls they are connected
    • spiritual counterpart of the geological element. How the Eternal
    • prophesied, this very fact shows us how closely bound are the
    • the Ego wishes to establish a relationship with its god, how does
    • connected with subconscious realms of the soul. Let us recall how
    • Apollo worked through the Pythia, and how a person on his way to the
    • how on three occasions the Being who appeared later as the Nathan
    • Christianity one of these prefiguring signs occurred. We see how in
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • I have spoken to you about the Sibyls, pointing out how
    • soul through the clarity of the Ego. Yesterday we heard how the
    • drama to watch this impact of the Christ Impulse; to see how, from
    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • That is how I feel and I hope that others have felt it too. It is not
    • Thus I did not know how to proceed when I once asked the Norwegian
    • world, a picture which is inscribed in the Akashic record, showing
    • how Parsifal, after he has gone away for the first time from the
    • Troyes. There we are shown how, after often mistaking the way,
    • moon. And then we learn how in the Holy Grail there is something with
    • Then Chrestien de Troyes tells us how Parsifal rides on
    • de Troyes, who first indicates to him how he should have asked
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • how he is being cursed because he has wasted the opportunity of
    • soul: a picture shown to me while I was trying to accompany Parsifal
    • touching way. I should like to read you a little of this, telling how
    • though there shone forth in the soul how he traveled by day and by
    • night, how he devoted himself to nature by day and to the stars by
    • very well interpret it, however much one may try to immerse oneself
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    • and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of
    • such a way as to let you see how these things reveal themselves
    • latest publications show what happens again and again when these
    • Now let us recall how in accordance with an old
    • full moon. How does the vernal full moon stand in the heavens at the
    • Easter festival — how must it stand? It must begin, at least a
    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • belongs to the evolution of the Earth and (as I have shown in
    • will perhaps indicate how, under the influence of the Christ Impulse,
    • referred to the appearance of the Maid of Orleans. I pointed out how
    • letter written by a man who lived through these events, for it shows
    • and shows remarkable sagacity; when she speaks she has a pleasing,
    • she shows the deepest veneration; she says he is beloved by God, is
    • Anyone reading it will feel how we have here a description of a
    • processes. The fact that the earth truly has a soul is shown most
    • how the spiritual revelations come to be permeated by Christ, for he
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • So we see how in the most intimate effects a connection between the
    • And if we now ask how Parsifal gradually gains
    • lower forces in human nature. And how he had succumbed is connected
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    • in mind what we sought to study yesterday, let us consider how
    • you recollect what was shown in my book
    • merely to observe it, do we gain an insight into how the laws of
    • personal destiny.” How this invisible human destiny is
    • ancient Saturn laws. If, however, we look from what stands before us
    • however, it is not active in that which develops from the ovum to the
    • will have to ask the question: How does it stand with what is derived
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • Anaxagoras out of air, Heraclitus from fire. I have shown how these
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • perceived. How can one doubt that God exists when thoughts of the
    • which is supposed to be a reality. How does something thought out by
    • —Consciousness soul! The magnificent example of how free
    • spirituality, how a thought-organism, leaving aside the world
    • you follow this scheme it is actually the part that I could not show
    • You see how everything is linked
    • and when we consider how this has evolved from philosopher to
    • how the Spirits of Wisdom enter during the Sun-evolution.
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    • The planet Venus is again different. In a certain way — how
    • not, however, repel everything in the same way. In her heart,
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    • discovery: We shall see how human beings come together here, in the
    • How do matters stand if the contemplation of death is
    • however, only if we know the corresponding facts pertaining to the
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • circumstances which bring about his accident. This is how we must
    • better understanding of life, as already explained, shows us that not
    • At the present time it is disheartening to see how
    • how people confront this without being aware of it. As far as
    • how necessary spiritual science really is, how necessary it is that
    • public lecture I have already explained how we work from the
    • stream of the generations, and how we participate not only in that
    • As a counterpart, I wish to show you the attitude which is still being
    • to spiritual science, and how the world adopts a standpoint which would
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    • our spiritual-scientific endeavour to form concrete ideas of how we,
    • of communication with the elemental world. With it, however, we do
    • beings. One thing, however, must be observed in this connection.
    • than human beings or animals in the physical — beings, however,
    • certain number, however, are more nearly related to ourselves, and
    • however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • read it in imaginations. There is, however, this condition. If a
    • individuality of the dead is living. However, one can only do so if
    • our lives. However consistent we may think the course of life has
    • who is not deliberately foolish will say: how can a person be free,
    • They are, however, beings who do not need to come to embodiment in a
    • have, however, the elemental world in a certain sense outside us
    • world if I describe once more in a few words how it appears to one
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • egoism. Let us not fail to realize how many relationships we develop
    • This the dead sees. At the same time, however, according to the whole
    • playing. He sees how Ahriman impels the person to hatred. The dead
    • does not put it down directly to the human being. He sees how the
    • but the true educationists — you will soon see how these ideas
    • any other elemental beings. Hence you will see how the succeeding
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    • We have seen how it is possible, through exact observation, to gain
    • in recent centuries. However, it must be said that the intellect has
    • However, in order to fructify the developed intellect, a stream of
    • Consider how in the older civilizations mankind in general perceived
    • What they actually do is explain how sense observation, interpreted
    • they are referred to today, all one has in mind is how the physical
    • separated. However, it must be stressed that everything of a solid,
    • that older folks used to see gnomes in everything earthy. However,
    • multitudes. When one is in a position to find out how many of these
    • impressive. But these super-intelligent beings show a mastery
    • that he finds out how hydrogen and oxygen combine into water to be
    • further analysed or else how chloride of lime is analysed, and so
    • One can see already how matters stand. Those who have reached a
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • chemical ether and life ether. However, these beings of the higher
    • happen will happen to the earth. No matter how far or how deeply our
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    • of the word, because spiritual science shows us the eternal forces
    • science has followed up to now will have shown you that in every
    • Past lectures showed us that what we designate as man's
    • however, that can thus be studied from outside, this spatial
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • not, however, rise up in the same way in which an ordinary memory
    • is woven into it. How did we experience these things? In the form of
    • shows us the external aspect of things for, in reality, the Gods
    • image-character it is, however, the prototype of what we shall one
    • — but this is not the right expression; it is, however,
    • However, we experience a purely spiritual life, only when we have
    • things. Our experiences are, however, not limited to the physical
    • for our whole life. Let us, however, grasp the idea that we get
    • Our life in the physical world only shows us the outer
    • interwoven with us, a knowledge of how the heart is built from out
    • woven into us, and this image shows us how the stomach is built up.
    • the universe. Our task is now to compare how one thing fits in with
    • This is how we begin, but little by little our life
    • crossed the portal of death before us should, however, be imagined
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • if we are not able to see into it. They believe this, however, only
    • we must consider and notice carefully how the human being forms
    • world-conception, which has, however, held mankind more or less in
    • In any case, however, the way in which we are united
    • but I am describing them to you, in order that you may see how the
    • however, something else would very soon have to arise —
    • You may read, even in ordinary books, how experiments
    • of the colour. This works in us. Thus, the whole process of how the
    • soul pours itself into the blue colour, how it is accepted with a
    • This does not, however, prevent the dead from being
    • let us say — a so-called dead person, must first learn how to
    • contact with him, he shows us what he wishes to tell us in the
    • which he shows us, what it is that he experiences, and what he wishes
    • and conceptions. You know how difficult it is to convince a
    • able to see at each step how nonsensical such a conception really is.
    • picture will show a woman as true to Nature as possible, and a still
    • naturalistic landscape, and a naturalistic serpent showing, of
    • Painters have not always painted in this way, however;
    • somehow become evident, spiritually. In other words, this Lucifer
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    • This will show you that a certain degree of maturity in mystical or
    • which is usually most dear to a man’. This, however, is not
    • a real being such as this. How do we proceed in spiritual science if
    • how we do this is to be obtained by glancing in the first place at
    • plays apart in our human existence. We must now inquire how do these
    • comprehend how they act upon us, we must bear in mind, that such
    • man and those beings who are now only at the human stage. However
    • clear to you in the following lectures. True spiritual research shows
    • certain, however highly evolved he may be on the earth, that he can
    • etheric bodies. In a distant future, however, one will be able from
    • to-day. Man will, however, be able to do this when he has evolved
    • Archangeloi. We shall see how they on their part direct the etheric
    • or life-body, and how they thereby work in upon man and draw him into
    • these Archangels. If we can make a clear mental picture of how in the
    • history of the world peoples work side by side, and how nation
    • lectures) form an idea of how all this is inspired by these spiritual
    • our present time. How is it that in this room so many persons are
    • seen how they place themselves consciously in mankind, and influence
    • our earth evolution. In the next lecture we shall have to show how
    • control. How can a man, because he belongs to a certain people, help
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    • beings, of these Archangels? and how are we to understand this work?
    • Now how does what may be called the work of the
    • rises above the ground? What is the work of the Archangel, how does
    • should be able to follow one of these Folk-spirits; and see how he
    • possess the secret of how the Folk-spirit shows himself to us in his
    • however, wish to take into consideration to-day. If you remember what
    • then their normal stage of evolution. There is, however, a remarkable
    • stage, they cannot, however, as yet do this completely, because they
    • existence? just think how man could not have said ‘ I ’
    • Thus, we see how in the etheric body of man, and in that
    • express in words, that by which he shows himself to be a member of
    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • That is an historical fact. Just think however, what
    • Age, we may enquire again, ‘How do these Spirits of the Age
    • pendulum, and how later Kepler and Newton were stimulated to make
    • which it could be perceived how the Archai or Primal Forces give
    • together. This co-operation is shown through the fact that speech and
    • to another. Then one can see how the normal Folk-Spirits act, and how
    • depict the facts somewhat figuratively, which however correspond to
    • That, however, is what must be observed in all other peoples, namely,
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    • three modifications in the etheric body. As, however, these three
    • logic is unknown to most people. By this you may therefore see how a
    • conception of how the consciousness of the Archangels works. A world
    • But in the intellectual-soul of man there are, however, certain
    • intellectual-soul or mind-soul when we see how, for instance, what we
    • life of the peoples from epoch to epoch, how it has run its course,
    • how new conceptions and new world-secrets have from time to time
    • by the intellectual-soul or mind-soul feelings. Then, however, you
    • On this world beyond, however, the outlook is closed to ordinary
    • Now remember how in man the ‘ I ’,
    • aura. You have then the picture of how the Archangelic Being looks
    • a human being it is, however, something very real. A man feels keenly
    • That, however, is his own private affair, by attending to which he
    • etheric aura, and in this how the forces of the Folk-spirit work, and
    • how the abnormal*
    • Archangels can, however, also operate into the domain of the abnormal
    • You may, however, take the other case, in which not the
    • most important. It may, however, occur that the Spirit of the Age has
    • people, and we see how the other Spirits make use of this opportunity
    • of the Age. Then, however, the possibility arises for a normal and an
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    • These four parts of his being show us all that has happened during
    • activity of the several Beings, do we learn to understand how through
    • reason, however, man has become more dependent on the earth upon
    • inherited; and we shall understand what is shown by spiritual
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We shall see how in our own time it is the
    • We see therefore, how the evolution of races begins only
    • way, how the subsoil, the ground, radiates its essence upwards and
    • civilizations assumes the character shown by a continuation of the
    • see how the attributes of a riper age of civilization are imprinted.
    • development of the races. Then, however, we see the races
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • man into an earth-man. Herein is expressed how, by this co-operative
    • work, the human kingdom is particularized, how then those other
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    • about the character of this or that people, and however our feelings
    • reincarnation, how every nation, even the smallest, has to contribute
    • part of this course of lectures it will be shown how the
    • of humanity, and how even separate peoples that were split off and
    • however, can only come gradually before our mental eyes.
    • far removed from us, in order to acquire an understanding of how we
    • made comprehensible to us how the Beings, whom we have learned to
    • Now let us ask ourselves: How do the still higher
    • most external manifestation of these spiritual Beings. I will show
    • Now if you wish to form an idea of how the Spirits of
    • South from the other parts of Europe. Now how did this Alpine chain
    • element, not however our present-day water, but the old fluidic
    • the Spirits of Form weave and live. Since, however, the activities of
    • 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,
    • concentrated for us, and we see how streaming life, weaving sound,
    • activity and see how they work in our earth planet, how they form it
    • conditions. Hence, that which to-day shows itself as will, is to be
    • of these show themselves in the inner part of man as his will.
    • however, are such that man could later unfold the inner forces of
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    • aspect, when it is shown that the Spirits of Form go away with the
    • obtain an idea of the abnormal Spirits of Form, and of how they act
    • clearly observe how the normal Spirits of Form, (the six Elohim and
    • Jahve or Jehovah) co-operated, and how the abnormal Spirits of Form
    • however in their rays which return from the Earth. When he looks up
    • Now how do these Race-spirits work in and upon man? They
    • the astral body, the nervous system. They operate however in a
    • character of the race. There is, however, something very peculiar in
    • is the important thing: how the blood runs through all these
    • We shall now go back still further and trace how the
    • starting-points of occultism and it will show you that in those
    • this truly occult activity, if one observes how, even in the
    • how in him there dwells what formerly was great and mighty for man,
    • Thus we have seen how humanity in general was brought to
    • how then the five principal races of human evolution lift themselves
    • and how these five races are connected with the guiding Spirits
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    • the last lectures we spoke of how the Beings of this or that
    • hierarchy intervene and guide, how for instance the Spirits of Form
    • interesting to notice this, for when we observe how the Folk-spirits,
    • Zarathustra of ancient times. This again is an example of how an
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
    • the Semitic people. Hence you see how the Monistic principle is
    • abstract relentlessness, and how all the other peoples, in so far as
    • as Spirit of the Age. Hence, however, something of the greatest
    • That is a characteristic example of how in such a case the
    • how these Spirits of the Age may work, this esoteric Christianity
    • Thus we have another example of how such a renunciation taken place,
    • closely. The following question will especially interest you: How did
    • part of the earth's surface. There, however, in the distant
    • question will be, how those tendencies which once upon a time an
    • development, this people understands how to bring to perfection the
    • indicated, in how far he has the foundations for a Spirit of the Age.
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    • soul-life, which no longer showed any of those conditions that were
    • awoke, they actually no longer needed to observe how human
    • how the Angels and Archangels had taken part in their soul-life which
    • occurrences out of their own knowledge, which, however, was a divine
    • viz., seeing how the soul worked its way up by means of the various
    • after Christ. He had preserved a comprehension of how the soul-forces
    • him at work upon his soul, he saw how he worked into his soul. What
    • did he see there? How did he perceive Wotan or Odin? What did he
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • everywhere ruling in the wind, he saw how he formed speech by means
    • with the weaving of the air he breathes in. He sees how that passes
    • understands how the inner answers, so to say, to the outer. He could
    • also understand when Initiates told him how the world forms itself
    • Then he understood how to go back to the earlier stages,
    • able to see how the individual human being was built up out of the
    • macrocosm and how he rests in it.
    • (Home of Mist), he sees the twelve brain-nerves of man; he sees how
    • how to comprehend the microcosm from the whole macrocosm; and one can
    • go back still further for him, by showing how man gradually
    • beings. Then the man of the North understands how the later
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    • saw how the divine spiritual powers worked into their souls. You
    • task of directing the European how to bring his ‘ I ’
    • How does that come about? It comes about because in the second
    • How then does the Luciferic influence act? It encloses
    • time upon this mythology, you would then see how it carried this out
    • the old clairvoyance, into which, however, the ‘ I ’
    • received Loki's influence. Loki, however, brought it about that
    • There were, however, still a few who were able to see directly that
    • Gods has been, and how they entered into relation with other powers.
    • How then should man regard himself? He should regard
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    • investigation describe it more minutely. We must see how in Europe
    • the whole collective spiritual life worked in co-operation, how
    • develop it. As we have shown to be the case in the Germanic
    • ages still clairvoyantly shown to man from the spiritual world. It was
    • shown that this ‘ I ’ was bestowed upon man by an
    • veiled and hidden. Occultly, however, Sif signifies the group-soul of
    • The great world-historical effects, however, which we
    • as yet inwardly. If, however, you recognize how this union came about
    • find pictures in history which would show us how the basic forces
    • How does this evolution advance? When we look back into the ancient
    • by science, you will find how extraordinarily illuminating these
    • attitude they have always shown when their relations to the higher
    • permeates another one. It is a world which is, however, conceived of
    • how the Eastern European expresses his tendency of receptivity
    • interesting to see how, under this influence, a much more advanced
    • it an endless perspective, showing that what man is able to recognize
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • the beginning was the Word, or the Logos,’ and so on, of how
    • indications, and show what will distinguish the future of Europe, and
    • also show that we must form our ideals from such knowledge. We shall
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    • of what belongs to this rich subject. I may, however, hope that it
    • Germanic Scandinavian mythology, the more we shall see how
    • present time shows us that after Kali Yuga had run its course, which
    • has heard something about Karma, of how everything in the world takes
    • human body, show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way, as it
    • East; there, however, it assumes another form. It may happen that
    • come in. And what that is, is, however, known to Germanic Norse
    • has been — however often tradition may affirm that — but
    • Christ-Principle reject it. However many people may come and force a
    • It is wonderful to me how well people understand each
    • again in these last few days how free they feel with the people of
    • Anthroposophical knowledge; it is proof of how we shall understand
    • I know very well, however, that when with an
    • sufficiently described. He is, however, specially capable of bringing
    • within ourselves, not, however, for ourselves but for all men, then
    • expressed in the words, ‘how much they liked being here in the
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    • may have helped to show you that we can begin to
    • This unmistakably indicates that it is high time for man to discover how he can
    • through birth. We shall, however, have evolved in a certain respect by that
    • afterwards descended once more to earth-existence. I spoke of how the Mars-men,
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • the earthly evolution of humanity to be veiled in mystery. However great the
    • need for Spiritual Science. The only thing to do is actually to show how
    • by Spiritual Science. We have seen how the nature of colour can be understood,
    • how that which modern physics, with its unimaginative charts, casts down into
    • concerned. We see, therefore, how a true Spiritual Science points to the
    • — all the thoughts which, as I showed in the lectures on colour, have really
    • can be understood for what it really is. How many people realise today that
    • spoken of these things. But how few are prepared really to enter into them!
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    • science shows that the perceptive powers which man has in ordinary
    • showing how that which is human nature, when it is contemplated as a
    • meant by these principles of man's being. Spiritual science shows that
    • spiritual and soul character. Spiritual science shows this. And the
    • if he desires such a connection with us. This also is shown by
    • life of man? Its very nature, however, prevents it from interposing
    • how unreasonable it is to become a pantheist, how repugnant to common
    • he points the way with awe to the divine? How often it is said in the
    • the world to-day, I can do but one thing — wonder how such things
    • how the contrary — for in this case it is the contrary that came
    • well be remembered how such things change in the course of time. If
    • only apparently, contradicted the Bible. Or we may remember how
    • How fainthearted are those who think that in consequence of some
    • had to be developed through obstacles. Only consider how Giordano Bruno
    • science. Therefore it may be asked: How is it then that so many
    • watch it is necessary to learn how the wheels work together. This
    • suppressed, but not destroyed. It must always be born again, however
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    • received the thoughts. He paid no heed at all to how the connections
    • if every Summer he is mindful of how the Upper Gods have given him
    • century, however, the insight was lost — such men experienced
    • how in the earth's environment there is not only that which comes
    • lived in the country will know how the peasants dig pits in the earth
    • how through developing a true relation to the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • I have thus tried to show how it came
    • intensity how we can come to know the universe, we must gaze into the
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    • art, and my purpose is to show you how Spiritual Science aims to
    • contribute something towards such a study by trying to show you the
    • they could feel and experience how the organic and the soul were
    • have seen to be true of Greek sculpture. He is shown at that moment
    • is shown grasping his sling at the very moment before he accomplishes
    • (1436–1488) who had done a statue of David, had shown
    • how he was descended from a family that belonged to citizens of noble
    • position of the muscles. So we can see how two currents were flowing
    • show us how the development of the human soul moves on, how what was
    • how the highest achievement is possible at different times with
    • what he actually achieved in the Pieta, we can see how his exact and
    • how in the progressive development of humanity since the days of the
    • almost spontaneously how the human body actually appears in some
    • image of what is spiritual.” I don't know how many people
    • shalt not make any graven image.” Then, however, there follows
    • and the plant its earlier form, the progress of humanity shows this
    • proceeded, we shall be able to see how Michelangelo set about his
    • For this purpose, however,
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • associated with the life of his time, in a different way, however,
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    • towards initiation, one can notice on waking from sleep how the Ego
    • waking consciousness — is fully aware how little it conforms
    • modern life. How does external culture speak of this phenomenon?
    • but he perceives how the Ahrimanic world fills him with everything
    • but of how things are absorbed — by dint of effort and
    • been misunderstood. And how many there are who try to escape ...
    • how many prefer to dream (the Lord giveth to His own in sleep!), how
    • necessarily desire. And I say: this is how I am bound to
    • express such-and-such a thing; not, this is how I express it.
    • individual human being. Even to-day it can sometimes be noticed how
    • I once gave a very clear, though simple, example of how,
    • detect how completely the ring of events even in the Middle Ages
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • particular territories of Europe, how they are grouping themselves to
    • given some idea of how the bridge can be built from Spiritual Science
    • to vision and understanding of life; of how Spiritual Science can
    • a few weeks ago in reference to the Building. I said: “How does
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    • through the centuries. To take a concrete example: How does a German
    • essential reality. More and more we must realize how necessary it is
    • is to observe how the souls of men express themselves in our present
    • They do not want to show themselves to the world as they really are,
    • old, instinctive clairvoyance. They spoke of how the world had come
    • You will soon realize how useful it is to try to understand the
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    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • manifest. It is, however, possible to observe in the present
    • later period of life. A study of human life may show us that a person
    • is how we may live in accordance with the laws of Karma and the whole
    • only task is to help him! We must, however, draw in everything which
    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
    • greatly. We can, however, be of great help to others, whereas we
    • This is a very peculiar law. It shows the effect of Karma in one and
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
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    • could only be pronounced by the initiates, or shown to the
    • by side. Consider how inorganic and disunited are in many cases a
    • During my present visit, I pointed out to you how selfishly modern
    • many other things besides. Now I come to a point which clearly shows
    • superficial facts can show you that religious beliefs have become
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • also have no idea how many changes have taken place in this
    • beautiful speeches, revealing on a large scale how an Oriental thinks
    • voicing the following truth; Men who are to learn how to use their
    • show how they can unfold in the present time, if they are not dulled
    • You can therefore see, my dear friends, how the understanding of the
    • At the present time, however, people are not much inclined to
    • the universe. This very fact should be able to show us how necessary
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • humanity, showing us how to progress in the right direction, how
    • be glad for each person who shows but a grain of understanding, and
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    • enables us to perceive this. This vegetation, however, does not
    • activity of thought, or representation. This will show you that
    • to bear in mind such things, because they show us that in man's
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
    • outside. This example will show you how you may confront your
    • physical body with the etheric body, and how the etheric body
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    • I tried to describe to you something of how European
    • how little experience of the Christ there really is at the present
    • already pointed out how the peculiar frame of mind which is becoming
    • invaded the general consciousness with giant strides. Just think how
    • line. Science ignores how far the form in which the animal appears in
    • to give man an understanding of himself shows itself in all its
    • Nothing, perhaps, shows more clearly the materialism of modern times,
    • know that spiritual science shows how our earth-planet, upon which
    • three preceding conditions, and how we have to look forward to three
    • you reflect on it, you will know how much of this cosmic-earthly
    • however, man can already understand that this has to happen; he can
    • against a dead-end. However many more national states are set up,
    • will prepare man to recognise how the Christ-Being will reveal
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    • out for recognised knowledge. How readily, when entering into some
    • it be our guide. Few people, however, are aware of its origin. If we
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • or render it sick and feeble, we begin to realise how intimate is the
    • however, may arise, owing to which he is unable to take food —
    • the spiritual world, we come to feel how, through such knowledge, we
    • too, we learn to understand how the lack or neglect of such truths is
    • hearts and souls: impulses of which, however, we cannot say that they
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • perceiving only what is bodily. If, however, man wants to comprehend
    • to see his life as the working out of a plan; he recognises how, when
    • This is how it is with all stages of higher, spiritual
    • whilst others that flow from evil motives reap marvelous success! How
    • We see how an ethical impulse cannot in one earth-life
    • everything back there from effect to cause; we can, however, equally
    • have to trace the effects, as they show themselves in one life, back
    • that is how the position is to-day. One earnestly hopes it will soon
    • inwardly. As things still are, however, mankind remains to-day a
    • Since we have set out in this lecture to show where the
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
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    • true that two people meeting for the first time knew how to tune in
    • indifference often shown nowadays. At present we are slow, as a rule,
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • karmic developments to a culminating point. Think how much less
    • continue to spread and become more and more intensive. How hard it is
    • thing and it will be plain to all of us how the remedy is to be
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • being, to understand the child, and how each child develops according
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • How often, when two people meet for the first time, one
    • school often have upon their pupils, when out of prejudice they show
    • hand and foot to our belief in authority. Only think how helpless
    • How completely the animal is guided by instincts which lead it in a
    • There are, however, a great many people whose sincerity
    • How often nowadays one hears: “I don't know what
    • to do with myself, I don't know how to organise my life.” This
    • people see what this means and feel how necessary it is that we
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    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds: How is it Achieved?
    • and other writings is described how man at present, when he
    • for us to see colours and so on. However, there was another aspect to this
    • thinking to be merely a shadowy, logical process; he rather felt how
    • gives him a picture of how man is placed within the world between birth
    • In the Bhagavadgita we read wonderful descriptions of how the human
    • underwent modifications. In very ancient times the yogi felt how in the
    • you will find that one of the first exercises shows how to
    • the plant as it grows and unfolds its blossoms. This thinking follows how
    • This is how modern meditation differs
    • unsuitable today. However, we can attain an experience of the qualitative
    • knows how modern man generally reacts to some slight hurt, then it is
    • pain one must be ill. However, the attainment of higher knowledge will
    • I have tried today, my dear friends, to describe to you how it is possible
    • and how they run their course. This knowledge is a demand of our age. These
    • again today by describing how they were trodden in former times and how
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    • time fixed for the Christmas festival indicates how closely that festival
    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • human soul in the several epochs. I have shown you how man has changed
    • ancient Indian times, however, men experienced a parallelism between
    • should confess today, in all sincerity, how difficult it is to find our
    • supreme importance to make clear to men how through the Christ Impulse an
    • qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel how different was the whole
    • wanted to reveal. He told how in ancient times, when men were
    • today in such a trivial manner! Again and again they show an inclination
    • [4:9 But now, after that ye have known God, or rather are known of God, howGal. 4:3,9]
    • Paul. If, however, the event of Damascus was a mere hallucination —
    • of Paul: “Not I, but Christ in me!” when we show so little
    • it not essential that people should consider how a super-sensible
    • ‘Easter,’ how do I stand to super-sensible knowledge? For
    • moon and feel how the full moon is connected with man in its phenomena,
    • and how the reflection of the sun is connected with the moon, and then
    • which can show forth man as a reflection of the super-sensible. If man
    • how he is formed and constituted out of the super-sensible, then he will
    • make a man turn pale when they show him on what kind of moral groundwork
    • knowledge. And until men come to see how the present way of knowledge,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • will show us how intimately the interests of Agriculture are bound
    • said to-day, however remote it may seem at first sight. For
    • consider, how Agriculture should be carried on in the light of
    • this subject: how Agriculture should be shaped, in the light of
    • direction of the magnet-needle if you know how it is related to the
    • have prescribed how many ounces of meat they are to eat, and how much
    • things — but I am always glad to think how good it is that the
    • rules in the old “Peasants' Calendars.” How infinitely
    • We, however, speaking
    • necessary conclusion from the statistical results. That however was a
    • be perfectly correct. Real life, however, often cannot afford to take
    • however, we will not take our Start from these; we will take our
    • atmospheric influences. There is, however, another fact of which the
    • does it cease when they cease. It has emancipated itself. It shows
    • declare that certain illnesses show a seven day's fever period, one
    • himself. To the plant world, however, it applies in the highest
    • is how very little notice is taken of it. It is practically excluded
    • outwardly as baths. In effect, practically everything that shows
    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • observe how all agricultural products arise; how Agriculture lives in
    • is added. In reality, however, the earthly soil as such not
    • how the earthly soil, according to its constitution, works upon the
    • indications as to how we must deal with a clayey soil, or with a
    • However else clay may be described, however, else we may have to
    • certain condition of vitality, however delicate.
    • How can we really make use of this for the growth of
    • plants?” The time will come when it is recognised, how very
    • snow. (The force of crystallisation, however, grows stronger and more
    • it to some extent, that this is done. However, since every new
    • to consider? How must we look at a plant when we desire the cosmic
    • How can we adapt the soil of the earth, by its special consistency,
    • root and leaf? Or again, how can we thin it out so that it is drawn
    • instinctive wisdom, how to create the different kinds of fruits from
    • scanty — he may know how the air behaves in the interior of the
    • Earth. But he knows practically nothing of how the light
    • influence. (What I am now saying applies especially, however, to the
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • we must enter a little more precisely into the question: How do these
    • shall, however, best approach it by first considering the four other
    • aristocratic status to a very plebeian one. Alas, how many other
    • undergone. How different it appears, however, when we perceive it in
    • however, it is in the carbon — weaving and wielding, forming
    • These two must come together. The oxygen must somehow find its way
    • oxygen-principle must somehow find its way. It must find access to
    • and proper. You see from this how strongly nitrogen plays over into
    • in the previous lectures: how the planets, Saturn, Sun, Moon, etc.,
    • later. Now, however, one thing more is necessary.
    • You have seen how
    • between the carbonaceous and the oxygen principle. I could show you
    • everywhere, how the nitrogen carries into these blue lines what is
    • way as Spirit transmuted into the physical. After a time, however, it
    • However, all that we do when we devote ourselves to these exercises
    • and subtle, nevertheless, however subtly, meditation somewhat
    • pain. If, however, you rub against it gently, you will be conscious
    • Now let us look how
    • the bony structure and the silicious structure. We must somehow
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • Think how the customary science of to-day, or yesterday, has to correct
    • the manuring question, shows how little idea they really have of what
    • manuring signifies in the economy of Nature. How often do we hear the
    • nourishment of man — not without reason. I wanted to show you
    • how science has had to correct itself in this instance, notably in the
    • even in the most essential questions. Yet somehow we must come to terms
    • come from the theorising. You see how difficult it is to come to any
    • above this normal level of the district will show a special
    • something else as well. We must know how to gain a kind of personal
    • way — how the organic entity establishes the right relationship
    • as I showed you. That is to say: in manuring we must bring to the earth-kingdom
    • is how to make use of this property in the right way. The influence
    • however, in the sense that it does not care to go on as far as the fruiting
    • However, in order to proceed rightly in such matters we must always
    • would smell how the astral life and the living vitality pours
    • to smell a little when treated once more with water. This shows that
    • half a pailful of water. You must, however, thoroughly combine the entire
    • for an hour and you will get a thorough penetration. Think, how little
    • very pleasant feeling to discover how there arises after all, from what
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • I even showed how we can imagine the transition from a thrown-up hillock
    • how it is continued into the excretion-products of life in the manure.
    • much time describing how you should prepare manure — whether from
    • from the air. These forces must somehow be restored. After a time, the
    • that such a statement ought never to be made unless we are able to show
    • substances — compounds or elements. Here too, however, people
    • Spiritual Science. But we must first know how to penetrate into these
    • However, we as human beings
    • altogether unaware how the minutest quantities will often work with
    • great intensity, precisely where living things are concerned. Now, however,
    • You will remember how we
    • prepare the forces in the cow's horns, and how we add the preparations,
    • the plant-world had had it before him as a model, to show him how to
    • how well it can make good all that is due to weaknesses of the astral
    • how we always remain within the living sphere. Take one or two hollow
    • how well it works. And now the question is (for we should always work
    • however thin it is in substance — we have the necessary forces.
    • to assimilate the potash. Camomile, however, assimilates calcium in
    • how we constantly remain within the living realm. In this case, living
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • the problem, how to rid a given field or area of plants which we do
    • enthusiasm, to look up a few text-books to see how they defined “the
    • The simple question is, how can we rid a certain field or area of what
    • with in the past few days. I showed how we must strictly distinguish
    • show it diagrammatically (Diagram 11). Imagine
    • alone will tell us how to act if we wish to influence the plant's growth
    • that we gain an idea, how we can influence the plant's growth. Now a
    • However,
    • However,
    • confirmed. If I had a farm, however, I should not wait to see them
    • that a thing can be true in itself. However, to get anywhere nowadays
    • how one knows them.
    • how much the three get done between them. Well, if so be they spent
    • instance, whereon you can make your experiments and see how these things
    • fresh start with genuine knowledge. This knowledge, however, must be
    • have seen, from my descriptions, how the whole earth in the plant's
    • the opposite conclusion, but we should be wrong. Perception shows it
    • somehow relieve the earth of the excessive Moon-force that is in it.
    • you see how the several fields of life work into one another. Understand
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • layer — the cambium. That is how we must regard the roots
    • enshrouded in an astral cloud. Up there, however, round about the free,
    • and we can find how these things work themselves out in Nature's household.
    • only live upon the earth by virtue of the tree-roots being there. However,
    • earth-worm — how it lives together with the soil. These worms
    • soon see how beneficially such a control of the animal world beneath
    • they knew how to treat things, even as we must learn to do once more,
    • everywhere. Then we are presently guided to distinguish how things are
    • “tumble to it” that there is this kinship. See how they
    • what the essential relation is; only so shall we understand how to feed
    • however, will not lead you to perceive what the animals really are in
    • of the air and warmth. That is how the animal lives in the domain of
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    • organic'. However, the agriculture Steiner speaks of in this book is much
    • are, however, extremely difficult to clothe in general formulae or the
    • Think how
    • by however many detailed instructions for feeding. But I am convinced
    • process, and yet, fundamentally speaking, that is how they think. In
    • And how
    • or tradition. After a time, however, the same loosely worded phrase
    • animal, however, we should rather speak as follows: There is the nerves-and-senses
    • really speak of a two-foldness of the organism — such, however,
    • that the two members meet and mingle in the middle. That is how the
    • though it were formed by the physical matter which the animal eats somehow
    • remember how we walk; we are constantly placing ourselves into the field
    • get the proper change in the open air — how different it will
    • will show you how futile it is merely to give general instructions:
    • How then
    • to yourselves how we manure the plant. We bring the manure from outside
    • what you give. Think how you will stand in your farming work if you
    • so as to get new plants. With the potato, however, we do not do so.
    • know how to make our animals quick and active. For the human being,
    • however, other things too can occur. He may be physically strong and
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    • pupil into an occult school. He had first to learn how the
    • it. He was instructed as to how the divine Cosmic Spirit
    • everywhere took form, how it could be seen in minerals,
    • pupils were taught how the Divine
    • communicated, the reasonable understanding of how the world
    • how this image of man brought forth a masculine human image
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    • when we consider how the human being attains knowledge by
    • the second place how the human being activates within him
    • The drawing, showing the earth in the universe, cannot
    • and consider how the human being is formed by the earth, as
    • the blood, which fills the human being. How may this blood,
    • Sagittarius, shown here (you know that this is the Zodiac
    • also shows you that in reality
    • complete human being. Take thoracic man and observe how the
    • how the childish head, which is the teacher, should treat
    • pedantically. They will show you that everything I have
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    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • the Knights Templar in order to show how what proceeded from this Order
    • consciousness of how in their own soul there dwelt, in the words of Paul,
    • outside world, then Man can experience again and again how his own inner
    • souls of the Templars had however at the same time achieved something else.
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • greater extent, to be converted into temporal power. I have told you how,
    • Golgotha, forgot how with their soul they were living in the spiritual and
    • purpose and will of existence, we must also learn to understand how the most
    • But in this way it was made more inward. And so we see how, in the two
    • able to complete it; and we may see in that very fact an indication of how
    • almost escapes notice in the outside world! It lives on however, and is
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
    • the cosmos. It is today not yet possible to show in all detail how the human
    • their descendants. You will accordingly understand that this mystery of how
    • the ether bodies come to the human beings who are incarnating — of how
    • what flowed from the souls of the Templars, however, there began to enter
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
    • see how, in all that is material, live impulses to error. Today Man is called
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    • however true that one cannot penetrate into the super-sensible worlds
    • shows us how to transcend any illusionary or suggestive element, we
    • Perhaps you will allow me to make a personal remark; which, however,
    • in order to show that freedom really lives in man’s ethical,
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • picture of their past life; we do not however, see it as a
    • appear. They exist however in the whole physical organism.
    • Here we may see concretely how the soul-spiritual forces and the
    • Observations, not mere speculative thought, shows them the connection
    • This example shows us how we should investigate the inter-activity of
    • does not suffice, however, to consider the purely morphological
    • only reality, but they even wish to show that the spirit appears in
    • may be compared with an object which I grasp and which shows itself
    • can also see how the human body arises out of this system of forces
    • and how it develops. For it is only an external illusion to speak of
    • art of education. These are a few examples showing how Anthroposophy
    • it shows us the true nature of man’s eternal being which he
    • It shows this eternal essence in its own element, in the
    • conceals it. The spiritual can however be perceived in physical
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    • described in his biographical sketch how this eye condition misled
    • described, for example, how he often walked through darkness and, due
    • eye. He then related how he once went around the corner in a strange
    • In the recent lectures it was described how the human being,
    • develop into a real spiritual investigator, how he brings into use
    • be noted, however, that in the stage of soul development referred to
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • spiritual scientific training; only then does one begin to know how
    • has often been pointed out; this distinction, however, must be
    • What does this mean, however? It means nothing less than the
    • With the same inner force, however, the sense of self appears
    • teaches us how we must think about reality, must be forsaken. After
    • One has already become so tranquil in one's soul, however, that
    • courage, however, we can endure it. In the region of the soul life we
    • world, however, he must strengthen his ego, his I. With the
    • strengthening of the ego, however, the aforementioned qualities also
    • into ordinary consciousness. Ordinary consciousness, however, does
    • ordinary life appears as materialism, however, as the soul condition
    • ease, are closely related to fear. One can, however, carry this love
    • human beings show no evidence of fear or love of ease, for this is
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    • mankind. However, there are still all manner of prejudices against
    • however, we are living in an age that has a long way to go before
    • whole of their inner being. However, the path of knowledge I
    • indicated the day before yesterday shows that the life of the
    • however, that does not make the thinking arbitrary, but adapts it to
    • organisation. Inner perception shows us how thinking, especially this
    • introduce it, however, to the head organisation. But then this
    • processes. This teaches us how the bodily head organisation actually
    • described how man changes from one week to the next, from one hour to
    • however, the spiritual investigator has to do. He has to work on
    • to further stages, however, we must then ascend from the level of
    • find, however, that we cannot experience this soul body in
    • work in the historical development of mankind. How does historical
    • fact in particular, to show you the evolution of human history
    • development of the forces of feeling and intelligence, however, still
    • In the middle of the fifteenth century, however, these forces
    • scientific thinking. However great Plato and Aristotle were, they did
    • however, we have come to the time — in this epoch of human
    • show you that spiritual science does not deprive people of what they
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
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    • have, however, often remarked that this in fact refers to our blood
    • ourselves. We are not aware of this, however, because in man
    • winter it is awake. At this season, however, during the time at which
    • Earth-consciousness. Spiritual Science, however, can instruct as to
    • how marvelous this secret of existence is! Plant-consciousness and
    • materialism. A time will come, however, when man will not only make
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
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    • As a beginning, a group of people, however small, must
    • We have seen how at a certain moment of evolution, a
    • far-reaching wisdom was actually lost to man; how this wisdom of the
    • Gnostics perished; and how it is now necessary to work, so that an
    • more especially in the domain of science. There — however much
    • without weighing how those conclusions were reached; for they
    • But I would now like to show how a narrow, cramped and
    • form. Let us take a philosophical idea and watch how it has
    • roughly as follows: ‘The world is infinite; but how can man know
    • accordance with which it progresses. How can man believe, that what
    • follower of Mauthner, who did not, however, look upon himself as an
    • still further. How is it possible to learn anything of the genius of
    • our movement to establish. When, however, we take the trouble really
    • how this careless thinking acts; I quoted: ‘results only do we
    • contemporary thought is so little recognised. It is dreadful how
    • how important it is to be interested in such things, how lacking in
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • on the blind faith in authority of the present day — how
    • present day, that they are great men, — to show that they
    • remarking how grand the knowledge of Natural Science is to-day, he
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    • last few years have shown what intense feelings of hatred and antipathy
    • life. I want to speak in outline today of how Spiritual Science
    • were, with the Earth which is his own soil. However clearly it may
    • devotion into his heart and soul, however deeply oriental mysticism
    • bound up with the metabolic processes. However paradoxical it may
    • spiritual ‘mirror-image,’ however, it appears as
    • When he forms a concrete ideal of how he can become higher
    • of Middle Europe has every motive to consider how he should develop
    • In modern times we have seen how Western
    • thought-processes themselves, however, have not been derived
    • other peoples. Just think how Herder's search took him among other
    • peoples, how he tried to unravel the deepest being of all peoples of
    • the Earth! How penetrated he was by the thought that permeating the
    • This lecture should show you that the hatred
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    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • of a plant; see how this seed develops into a plant. It grows,
    • masterpieces of ancient Greece we have a picture of how, in
    • upon us than the presentation of the mystery of how the
    • descended into material existence — how can this be
    • more beautifully presented than by indicating how the
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
    • child Horus. There we see how what is born from the clouds,
    • And so we see how
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    • how, in a sense, their “spiritual plumage” will be
    • how it all came about. This was indeed the case. People ask how it
    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • all possible excuses in order to escape from the great problems. How
    • inwardly. All external revolutions, no matter how agreeable to this
    • however, is really formless. When we speak of it, we are speaking of
    • with them in the morning. This is true, however strange it may sound,
    • however, a thought arises that you have not already formed in the
    • too, how much our sense of responsibility for this position has been
    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
    • realisation how ill-fitted for their task are the men who guide the
    • responsible positions will manage somehow. But nothing good can come
    • satisfaction to me to see how many more friends of our Anthroposophic
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • moral realm simply shows nowhere the power to be a match for the
    • realm of natural order. We need only consider how the thought must
    • cannot be acknowledged as having real existence. How shall I
    • Inspiration and Intuition. We shall see how anthroposophical
    • spiritual science enables man to come to terms with what I have shown
    • be able to know. I have shown you the path which spiritual science
    • appearance of previous earth lives as something which our Ego shows
    • the thinking with some outer perception. I have shown that this pure
    • then how man is organised materially as man; one learns to know to
    • material existence. Therein we perceive how matter goes over
    • must recognise how far these laws of matter and energy extend, so
    • outside man which we approach through Inspiration shows us that
    • rhythmic life, and how it is bound up with his whole being, body and
    • only observers of the world. That, however, which we reach through
    • which is objective in man, through which we can see clearly how the
    • through Intuition, how out of the digestive system, through the will when
    • through Intuition really to know the outer world. We see how the
    • learn to recognise how this wasting-away process draws into itself
    • how the moral world is connected with the world order of physical
    • Aesthetic Education of Mankind, where he wished to show how
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    • Chronicle how the leaders of the ancient Hebrew people strove to
    • 14:29 Then said Jonathan, My father hath troubled the land: see, I pray you, how mine eyes have been enlightened, because I tasted a little of this honey. \
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
    • post-Atlantean culture-epochs in order to grasp how intellectuality,
    • present incarnations. How is it that in our phase of evolution a
    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • the legend of Barlaam and Joshaphat, which relates how he who had
    • shall understand how a transformation of the Moses-figure can be
    • brought about. For what does Moses show us when he confronts us with
    • the register of our sins and transgressions? He shows us what
    • ensoul the Jupiter-existence. We therefore see how starting
    • legend of Barlaam and Joshaphat, which tells how Joshaphat (i.e. the
    • how the, Maitreya Buddha will teach after three thousand years have
    • Christ. Occult investigations show us to-day that in a certain
    • indicating this showed themselves in the early youth of the child in
    • question, in special talents and qualities of soul. There is however
    • of the Bodhisattva who will become the Maitreya Buddha have shown
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    • during recent months. People began to perceive how very
    • than this; it shows that it is also harmful to health. Many things
    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • this will strengthen the ethereal body. Assume, however, that you
    • because he shows certain signs of nervousness. You will see that it
    • will see how many things that are done in the bustle of modern life
    • how one walks, how one moves one's head, how one laughs, etc.; in short,
    • I have already pointed out how often nervousness will take the form
    • judgment where we ourselves are not in question. You will see how
    • to day how he acts and speaks, and let this form a basis for our
    • now and then, to dwell upon these things. For then we see how very
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • understands how difficult it is for a man involved in scientific work
    • way I have just described. The reverse, however, does not occur; at
    • science with its own precise technique. For this, however, I shall
    • to-day imagine that Anthroposophy starts somehow from the nebulous
    • however, that many of our adherents — and opponents too —
    • experience. He cannot ask how he comes to have space; he must simply
    • Now, however,
    • to sense perceptions, however, science has become really confused. In
    • “mathematicising”, do not show a deeper understanding of
    • In respect to human perception, however, much is understood
    • me for the first time, he asked: “How did you first become
    • Anthroposophy. We shall go on to see how, with such clairvoyant
    • of the course of human evolution over a certain period — how it
    • his being with the cosmos, learnt to know how his head was related to
    • the cosmos, and how his lungs and heart resulted from the cosmos. It
    • to know how the Divine Being weaves and rules throughout the world.
    • (“How to Attain Knowledge of Higher Worlds”).
    • But precisely such an historical survey as I have given can show you that
    • evolution. My historical survey can also show you that I do not speak
    • and knows how it must continue, stands consciously within the whole
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    • of artistic creation. I hope, however, that to-day's considerations
    • will show that this interlude is really a contribution which will
    • brought in. The anthroposophical world-view had to show itself
    • make to-day, leads nowhere. If, however, one confronts this cosmos as a
    • cosmos. One receives the counter-image of what I showed you yesterday
    • individual being reveals to us how the whole cosmos works within it.
    • In addition, one must, of course, feel how the cosmos finds
    • only if we can picture to ourselves how man lives on the earth, round
    • in the whole configuration — how the thigh bones and shin bones
    • upon the human forehead. One must be able to see from the nose how it
    • life-activity, not on the muscular tissue. Because, however, one has
    • straight eyes. But how one represents the way the eye passes over
    • into the form of the nose, or how the forehead does this — how
    • straight. And if one can only feel how a man breathes through his
    • How a man
    • which is, in respect to its form, an imprint of the cosmos. How a man
    • how man's wonderful outer covering — the form of his skin
    • forces (which indicate how the head must be formed) permit.
    • however, perceive (erschauen), by “imagination”,
    • we have so grasped, however, can be expressed in
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    • of oneself in love to the world.” That is how he would put it,
    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
    • phenomena!” — that is how the precept of the ancient
    • and pupils of the Mysteries were compelled, however, to turn their
    • later life can be understood only if one is aware of how he received,
    • to begin with, the tradition of self-knowledge, but how, too, by
    • however, recover the knowledge of man that lived in the Mystery colonies
    • to tell how feeling and will are actually working. For this reason he
    • This, however, is precisely what was brought about in the preparatory
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • destruction within — a centre, however, which must be
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • wants to penetrate beyond the sense-perceptions. How does this Ego
    • the future position of Japan in the Pacific, or how all the trading
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    • I spoke of how we find
    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • see from this how complicated is the life into which man is placed.
    • as you may read in my Outline of Occult Science, of how our Earth
    • will one day suffer dissolution, and of how out of all manner of
    • indicate how it is with the other side of human existence, where we are
    • consciousness, however, we do come through it. Then men of ancient
    • ill; that is how I put it here once before.
    • the message of the Father God. Here you may see quite clearly how
    • This, however,
    • out even to modern men how they carry in them a centre of
    • destruction, and how in the world outside there is something wherein
    • to become conscious of how into this evil, where matter is destroyed and
    • How is it then,
    • natural science way of thinking? How is it for him, when this way of
    • how the dying plays into it.
    • future, but he shows unmistakably that he has still enough of the
    • understand how this really is, we must envisage it in the following way.
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
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    • resurrection of thinking: how dead thoughts can be awakened to life in
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science. We have again to discover how
    • figuratively, we should say: In those times man saw how the human
    • however, is dependent upon the fact that the human being can
    • however, to be impregnated with death. Outer acquaintance with
    • must not, however, be presented in the same light as other events
    • Gradually, however, the significance of death began to dawn upon
    • Resurrection, is telling us how the Gods have come to experience
    • historical data. In essence, however, the tradition leads back to
    • The book really amounts to a moral philosophy, indicating how
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    • person standing before us, who is somehow called “Smith”,
    • granted that during the act of cognition I somehow enter in
    • name; then, however, my knowledge contains no connection whatever
    • However, this scholastic
    • However, the time for a
    • bearing on reality. However, when they wished to understand the
    • awakening, no matter how weak this may be. We must pass through the
    • that the Son might fulfill his works on earth. Can you not feel how
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • spiritual-scientific movement shows us that one of our goals is to
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • man before he was able to grasp it; let us try to understand how it
    • learned people showed that their understanding, their conscious
    • these days of physical darkness, which are, however, days of
    • outstanding example of how easily we may fall a prey to a logical
    • illusion. I have often spoken to you about this and shown you how
    • how much one owes to the helping forces that stream into one's soul
    • And in the external world the Russians will more and more realise how
    • of the future. How does it affect us when a poet lets, one of his
    • Pity him if you can! Show him how foolish you are! In return for your
    • until it is fructified by the light. At present, however, it is
    • heavy feelings. I have shown you what spiritual science may become if
    • To-day I have shown you the
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    • also told them how they were to behave and act here upon the earth.
    • we may still find an echo showing that up to the end of the 18th
    • only remains like an old legend. This is how matters stood with the
    • Galilei, the story which is not an anecdote, namely, how Galilei had
    • led him to the corpse, showed him that the nerves in fact go out from
    • during an experiment; we may watch carefully how we behave in the
    • see how Goethe carefully follows the way in which phenomena of Nature
    • knowledge. We observe how a person describes something, how he rises
    • from external observation to inner observation; how he arrives to a
    • to hear again and again how man's soul becomes mystical, if we
    • and who always speak of mysticism and of how spiritual
    • them against this spreading of errors; however, they are for the most
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • behind the world of sense. One has but to recall how
    • practical link between us and the spiritual world. How paltry
    • like puppets at a show. Or else we have the fatalism of
    • freedom. Just ask yourselves, how many hearts and souls there
    • guided; they would really prefer fatalism to be true. How
    • how to foster the impulse of Freedom weakens men and dooms
    • are replaced by those of Altruism. Our age, however,
    • civilisation. But how were these impulses interpreted? At
    • then arises: — How are we going to surmount
    • third. It is, however, but one third of what is necessary to
    • friends, unless we can distinguish how these three impulses
    • true aspect, it would show us how the Greek cities
    • you another example of this. — You know, how in the
    • not how it is represented in words, but what it is in
    • futility of all that Woodrow Wilson's name stood for, how
    • Wilsonism, and how hollow and abstract it all is. Among us,
    • forces. It was a question of showing Wilsonism for what it is
    • Tagore) — the leading spirits of Asia show by their
    • dear friends, the Europeans have known how to express the
    • not known, how, from the earth's environment to
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    • recently pursued have shown that all true Art eventually
    • and again from Initiation. This shows how Art brings
    • here expressed. Nowadays, if it be a question of studying how
    • self-knowledge. Self-knowledge, however, must not be thought
    • example, how difficult self-knowledge is even in the most
    • elementary matters. How little a man is inclined to set out
    • highly distasteful to me. How astonished I was when I
    • Moreover, it is characteristic how Brunetto Latini's
    • Latini goes on to relate how as a result of his confusion,
    • totality of Nature's laws. Brunetto Latini, however, saw it
    • us how we are woven together, of the choleric, melancholic,
    • sanguine, and phlegmatic, and how this weaving together lies
    • or your ears. There you perceive how the forces are working
    • That, however,
    • Brunetto Latini undergoes. He tells how he undertook one
    • instructed him that he must go still farther. This, however,
    • which we have here described. Then, however, the moment
    • instruction, how he shall come to Philosophy and to
    • philosophic book. Surely then he must understand it. How
    • example of Brunetto Latini, whom I have only cited to show
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  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • I have often spoken of how man's bodily
    • time, however, the human form points to man's connection with
    • this is not unconditionally so. In essentials, however, the
    • position in relation to the Cosmos. According to how the Moon
    • here how the head is cosmically connected with the external
    • world; how during the development of the embryo the human
    • the course of the year. We see also how in their earliest
    • to the working of the Earth alone, however, and the Cosmos
    • interplay of Earth and Cosmos. It is wonderful how the human
    • circulation of the blood. How then does the circulation
    • conception of the world, another takes a different view : how
    • lecture I told you how the head cannot be understood if its
    • tendency to make a straight line of the circle, too; how the
    • introductory lecture to this course — how here at the
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    • takes effect, how it manifests in what man can feel, love and
    • constantly perceive how the Eternal reveals itself, comes to
    • to understand once again how necessary it is for our souls to
    • we look in the world, and into a past however distant,
    • a clear indication of how long the remembrance of ancient
    • supreme light of the Spirit can be revealed; and how the
    • however, these Plays were already being performed in a
    • the unique character of these Christmas Plays, however, we
    • power. And how deeply one was moved a decade or so ago when
    • conviction, and as anthroposophists, when we hear how the
    • performers in the Christmas Plays rehearsed, how they
    • prepared themselves, how they behaved before and during the
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be learnt from considering how Art in all its aspects was
    • to learn how to speak in strict rhythm. At the present time,
    • rhythm and rhyme, or of how every movement and gesture of men
    • today when we have forgotten to such an extent how to speak
    • these old Christmas Plays, however, lay in the fact that in
    • shown the manger — an imitation of the stable with the
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    • I have endeavoured to show
    • representing the glow of sunset — and how the concept of
    • consider the main details. We read how Gautama left the royal Palace
    • individual personality in the world. How could it be otherwise in a
    • earthly order. How did Buddha himself seek illumination? Unless we
    • whole attitude to the world and to his environment has changed. How
    • truth. How great a contrast lies here between the wisdom of Buddha
    • truth. This however is not the point at issue. The point is that the
    • page I look back upon my former lives as upon an open book; I see how
    • Christ in me!” We must however understand that the
    • to light by outer science and to show how the Spirit lives in outer
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    • included under the “Social Question.” It must, however,
    • we believe, but how we explain — in a word, our attitude
    • emphasise, however, is briefly this: Wherever material processes are
    • material part of man, we must know how to portray the body as
    • by the abstract concepts of modern science, but because it shows
    • how the Spirit works in matter, and it looks with reverence at
    • the being of man. If, however, you listen to what Spiritual Science
    • particular constitution of this human being, how the
    • consciousness. If Spiritual Science succeeds in this, how
    • to show in every detail how all so-called mental and psychical
    • Spiritual Science that has developed to the point of knowing how the
    • pure abstraction. Whereas the right way to proceed is to study how
    • Spiritual Science to be afraid of showing how so-called mental or
    • phenomenon or other in the body of man. Spiritual Science must show
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • organism and the soul that is sick, and when they know how the
    • qualities. He will learn how to respond to all the variations, how to
    • above all how to unfold and develop them in the true sense.
    • domains. It is, however, an illustration of the application of
    • perhaps once a fortnight, goes through the school and has no idea how
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    • in recent lectures how certain functions or activities of the human
    • relationship, we are led to perceive how the human being is inwardly
    • of song — the full human being is in fact contained. How deeply
    • these you can best understand by somehow perceiving in their form and
    • in the element of air. It is, however, but a childish conception of
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    • It has, however, always
    • was the task of Initiation Science to teach man how he could direct
    • they sensed their own existence) with death. “How do I live in
    • my earthly body?” This had been the first riddle. “How do
    • How do I pass through the portal of death?” And to begin with,
    • The old Initiates knew how
    • this was how they answered, if we translate their words into a
    • the Initiates could teach man how he can be united with the Divine
    • knowledge directed merely to outer Nature? How can we awaken from the
    • dream that this “calculated” universe represents, how can
    • with its deepest Essence? How can we wake from the dream into which
    • awakening, an attempt to answer the question: How can we wake
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    • quivered, and so he discovered electricity! How long ago was that?
    • however, drove out this echo. And if today we are, on the one hand,
    • For electric atoms are little demons of Evil. This, however, does not
    • matter how holy it may sound, is (excuse the trivial expression)
    • final scene of my first Mystery Play can show you what it means to
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    • following the Mystery of Golgotha, we can see how ancient capacities
    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • spiritual spheres. They could no longer comprehend how the ancient
    • concerned with the Christ. How should we conceive the union of these
    • Origenes working and struggling with the problem of how the Christ
    • existed as a real person in the sensory world. How can these two be
    • united, the God and the human being? How does the “God
    • imagine how the Christ could dwell within Jesus of Nazareth. He no
    • beings in many and various forms. Later, however, he appeared in the
    • In a lecture once, I explained how many groups, or stages, containing
    • Later, however, he appears as Son; he imbues all things.
    • understanding was no longer possible. And how do matters appear to us
    • descended to earth, however, the wisdom had disappeared. The real
    • however, had disappeared by this time.
    • realize how all of this, in turn, influences our own time, inasmuch
    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • all clear in their minds about how far they should go in their
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • lead us to understand how the Christ, by way of the two Jesus
    • and how the spirit, soul, and body are united in the human being.
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    • removed from our more concrete studies of Anthroposophy. They are however
    • own soul-and-spirit. He is well aware of how it works, for he is aware
    • ask: How can the soul-and-spirit in man — to which the Ego
    • How can something essentially unspatial work upon something spatial?
    • place, with ordinary consciousness, no one can say how the
    • thought flows into the will, or how it can be that the will, which is
    • Man cannot say out of his ordinary consciousness, how the
    • concrete idea of how the one works upon the other. We have
    • another. We gain no notion of how they work on one another. And so it
    • sharp contrast and division was however only developed in the course
    • only get at it by very careful meditation. If however
    • How
    • and unbiased mind how impossible it is to speak of a thought as
    • even with our Thinking we are somehow in the world of Space.
    • and the physical and bodily, we must ask: How are
    • body, for example) related to the soul as a being of Will? How is the
    • spatial ideas — however diluted — of the soul's nature. But
    • figure. For a more artistic way of feeling is it not rather crude how
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    • and to answer the question, how much from the point of view of
    • still see today how rivers carry accumulations of shifting rocky
    • layers, the earth shows us how the character of their rock-material
    • to determine how one layer has been deposited over the subjacent
    • instance, one observes how certain layers are still being formed
    • reckoned how many years it has taken for that layer to be deposited
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • of this oldest and lowest stratum of the earth's crust shows us that,
    • surface, possessed of a basic layer, and we observe how over this
    • which by its whole nature showed that it could not contain anything living,
    • though it is, what I have been able to illustrate so far shows
    • evolution of the earth and its living creatures. It was not, however,
    • How far, then, does geology lead us? We will now put into plain words
    • The order of their superpositions shows that alluvial deposits have
    • of the egg, and shows signs that it might well owe its origin to
    • geology, which anyhow have reached a point from which they
    • by geological research. We also see how in this research into the
    • we now reflect how it is that there are these substances which
    • established by the investigations of spiritual science. They show
    • how life could arise out of this dead globe. This is a highly
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    • Naturally, however, what actually takes place in the life of the soul
    • existence. Watch and see how, to begin with, the child moves his limbs
    • and how, little by little, as one might say, thoughts enter into
    • into the spiritual world. There, however, they are in the highest degree
    • At the moment however we are speaking of normal human beings. Such people,
    • record of how many fundamentally original thoughts and ideas at the present
    • appear as though they really were thinking. In reality, however,
    • that can be sensed in this way). There is, however, something behind
    • senses, but somehow or other in the eye, or in the brain, or
    • our consciousness. The power of thinking, however,
    • You cannot undo it because it belongs to the past. If, however,
    • think how it would be if you wanted to live logically in the present!
    • for a moment how you develop this Natural Science,
    • or perhaps I should say, how this Natural Science is developed.
    • connection, a kind of sub-earthly connection. This is how it
    • towards it. Just think how great is the effort we have to make if we
    • interesting to observe how into the holes which arise through our ears
    • however, and fill ourselves out again with earthly substance. Thus
    • must bear in mind how great a secret concerning the historical
    • up together, as I have shown quite clearly in my little book:
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    • know how little artistic our age is, though we must be astounded that
    • who were present at its opening were amply convinced of how important
    • sense, and how completely different it is to enter such a room when
    • over and over again, how easily in our day the longing may encroach
    • became immediately evident how necessary it was to spend this time
    • this, how easy it really is made for those who truly wish to attain
    • without understanding the resurrection, however great theologians we
    • an enormous amount for it. How did she do this? Was it by forming the
    • But how does the
    • the individuality of a Bodhisattva. One of these was however, present
    • he had been Jesus of Nazareth. This is however, a complete confusion
    • We however, must
    • true knowledge of the Christ-Being shows us that He is a Being Who
    • of understanding the subject and showing forbearance.
    • proof of how easy it is to see perfectly clearly into our movement if
    • be both humble and modest. This made it necessary last year to show
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    • on to our present Earth-existence. Anyone who recollects how often we
    • have had to start from these fundamental conceptions will know how
    • charcoal drawing, just an outline of these. It is however
    • taken place, by which we can discover how things once were. Now it is
    • how it concerns us to-day, let us place the following before our
    • psychological field. This is only mentioned to point out how vague is
    • clairvoyant forces. In external literature, however, whether written
    • shall describe how we do not at once come to this: for the present I
    • Suppose a man says something to you and you think, ‘how clever
    • altogether you will have a conception of how Beings consisting
    • actively radiant. In short, you then become clairvoyantly aware how
    • vanished again; everything is simultaneous. Now, however, the feeling
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • correct idea of how helpless a man is who writes an intellectual
    • which we must see how a splendid intellect is completely at a
    • as living time, as a creation of sacrifice. Then we shall see how all
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    • from our last lecture how extremely difficult it is to describe the
    • everything. For how do we acquire clairvoyant knowledge? Only by
    • How then does such
    • knowledge reveal itself? How is that which comes to us revealed when
    • showering of grace around him, the shedding forth of grace from
    • himself. Let our conception of this being show us that in order to
    • vision is stimulated to shower the gifts of his grace around him.
    • understand how we obtain from our own soul-life a still more accurate
    • think of this creative idea in the mind of the artist, and how it
    • imagine. How could there have been any giving if there had been no
    • giving has no object. On the Sun, however, giving and accepting
    • streaming, flowing wisdom is the virtue they give. However, as this
    • we see this picture again, and see how the Christ grows forth from
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    • thought, however, which we should entertain is this: that man would
    • However, another host of Cherubim accomplish something else; these
    • does not actually begin during the Sun age. This can however, only be
    • state into a State of Duration. However the substance of the
    • creating the possibility of evil. How is it that all these
    • for the purpose of showing us the great cosmic mysteries in symbols,
    • would however, die out altogether if nothing were received by way of
    • study we pass on to the Moon. existence we shall see how much richer
    • the picture becomes, how something like the liquefying of the dammed
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    • been the end of the matter. The first injustice had however been
    • see it slipping into the evolution of the Cosmos. Thus we see how
    • not, however, think of movement in space, but movement rather more
    • show us that we think of something more than the mere movement from
    • torment of it, how it drives a man into a state of mind which becomes
    • which reminds us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing
    • tragic act in which longing could be embodied. How can we fail to
    • his ‘Penthesilea’; how much more there is in her than she
    • lives in the subconsciousness, and how it is related to what is
    • should like to know how an abstract thinker, one who accounts for
    • Anthroposophy shows that the conditions we are experiencing in
    • see also, however, how that which we experience in the Soul to-day
    • movements which — as their destiny shows bygone men have so
    • day may serve to remind us how tragically and stormily that which
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    • existence, showing that which in the external world is similar to
    • shows exactly that there is in the depths of the ocean something that
    • we felt longing arising within it, and we saw how the longing works
    • in experience in his own soul, as to how he was brought to any
    • described as bringing sublimity and life into anything, however dry.
    • perception goes, considers himself in no wise related. That however
    • his attitude shows clearly that this fundamental basis of all
    • Spirits of Movement, however, and this can be taken almost literally,
    • something in a concrete form, showing how the solid was formed from
    • thing only shows itself in its reality — Death!’ All
    • We are, however, in a
    • course of our studies this winter we shall further show that neither
    • historical grounds, as the Mystery of Golgotha. Just think how easy
    • in the external world, and how up to a certain point it is perfectly
    • perceptible to outer observation. Do you know how those who took part
    • connection between the Macrocosm and the Microcosm. They knew how to
    • however correct these may be in themselves; no matter how correctly
    • here, entitled: ‘How can Theosophy be established?’ I
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    • increasing; how does this relate to the idea of repeated
    • earth lives? The increase in population is rapid. How can one
    • Order can only come when it is understood how this chaos has
    • also knows that people actually no longer knew how to use the
    • Just think how
    • spirit, and you simply cannot help realizing how far removed
    • their lives show that they do anything but lead and that they
    • aware of this, however; they do not even notice when things
    • or at least they do not show it if they do.
    • on the surface in recent years show any degree of maturity.
    • do not know how long. But they know little about real
    • seriousness to look to the origins, to see how things are
    • peace initiated by the Pope; the question is how those who
    • are considering how to stop it, for the children keep running
    • smash. Finally the adults have an idea as to how they can
    • how many people would not consider those teachers to be
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • the same degree. It will, however, hold true in future.
    • place. Sometimes, however, some of this comes through at an
    • great riddles of the age. However, many are not fully active
    • or we may also say scientific, development has shown an
    • intellectual development of humanity today. However, no one
    • up. People do not make the distinction in modern science. How
    • however, who used the terms Salt, Mercury and Sulphur.
    • significance, however? It is more or less like this: On
    • however, have one peculiarity — there is nothing in it
    • never reach this point, however. They will continue to look
    • things, however, that Johann Valentin Andreae sought to find.
    • may not end in failure. The first condition is, however, that
    • This soon comes to an end, however. In ancient Indian times,
    • take a really typical individual who essentially shows only
    • life story show him to be a typical representative of life in
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • increasingly be made public. It does not matter how public
    • think of is how to arrange things on this physical plane so
    • inclination to think materialistically. However much people
    • the illusion that, however imperfect this physical world may
    • the gospels to show that Christ intended to reform this outer
    • not immediately obvious, however, in the vast field of social
    • Any attempt to implement them it would soon show them to be
    • been discussing, they will show little relationship to the
    • last twelve generations to show that he did not have a drop
    • is only possible, however, if the mind is incorrupt as we go
    • physical world will not immediately show them to be wrong.
    • leaving the Society, merely show that they never should have
    • It cannot be done. However, some people have not found a way
    • other ways of entertaining themselves. This merely shows the
    • this is how matters are. Someone who represents
    • and how it has been necessary over and over again to say the
    • be to say that Luther was shown to have contradicted himself
    • would be necessary if he were to be shown certificates of
    • about the courage which people are showing today. To assert
    • impossible to see how they go together. Yet fantastic stories
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    • red-hot coals to people, for this is how humanity has
    • death, however, but within the realm of physical life. If
    • time. Just consider how much depends on the use of steam, of
    • how swiftly this has gone, that new and different fabulous
    • the case, however. The development of human civilization
    • however, something else which can happen, something people
    • nice to have them all in the outer social sphere. However,
    • become prejudicial behaviour. And however good the right may
    • how many things there are which call for the right attitude
    • somehow comes even close to anthroposophy. Her latest work, on
    • high ideal — that is how they like to see themselves!
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • This, however,
    • Evolution does, however, go in waves and it is possible to
    • however, that anything we inwardly develop and inwardly are,
    • and anthroposophy; in the second part I am showing the
    • as an example; and in the third part I intend to show how Franz
    • Oddly enough, Brentano is actually showing that there is no such
    • now; it does, however, agree with what genius will be in the
    • truly less and less of this world. This, however, should not
    • gradually, however. For the time being, human beings still
    • at first sight. It shows that in a time not all that far
    • could not be understood, however, and people often did not
    • body. It will however, need the brutal reality of the facts
    • not yet reached the point, however, where they can really be
    • times. It is utterly wrong, however, to think like a Greek
    • different classes to see how large the skulls of the rich
    • for learning; how far sensibility went in rich and poor; how
    • far the rich could resist getting tired and how far the poor
    • them to establish exactly the following: This is how the man
    • should look, this is how the woman should look, if they are
    • different people shown to be what they are in the light of
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    • being and how human beings are part of historical evolution.
    • shall not understand how human beings really relate to their
    • is, however, a difference between the thoughts flitting
    • the right idea of how your own thoughts relate to the
    • am now going to get up. There are people, however, who get
    • everything shown here as ‘b’ has been created by
    • However,
    • how sensitive we have to be in dealing with these things if
    • This is nonsense, however. The truth is that the human race
    • anything about this, however, because they only hold human
    • spirit comes to conscious awareness, it shows itself to be a
    • Astyphilos who knew how to interpret dreams. Astyphilos was
    • however, that his prophesy came true.’ I could show you
    • however, be necessary for people to overcome the unease and
    • necessary orientation so that they can really see how human
    • do, however, include one idea of special significance, and it
    • ‘The sons of the gods saw how beautiful these daughters
    • Claudius, however, who translated Saint-Martin's
    • however, but become part of a web of living thought. And when
    • however, require a complete change of direction from what is
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    • often done by conjurers: they show the audience some heavy
    • age and the outside world, of how they would act in that
    • not able to see them. Luther, however, was an individual of
    • What has been written is not exactly outstanding, however,
    • check the weight. Think of how many things there are where
    • necessary, however, for if it were not for this illusion we
    • of illusion. To begin with, however, the illusion must not
    • The Guardian makes sure that we do not realize how the world
    • eastern Europe, for this is how we should actively consider
    • lecture cycles — how the spirit-self is actively
    • seeking to develop and how it must unite with the
    • statements people make today, however erudite, then you have
    • However, we
    • However, once awareness has come, it must not be used in the
    • aback. I am not going to flinch, however, and I will say
    • made to walk the embers on occasion. You can, however, be
    • aim is to develop well-regulated ideas of how one should
    • can somehow connect the significance of those teachers with
    • however, which relates to something much more subtle, will be
    • how to behave if we are constantly aware of the idea of
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    • is different, however, when it comes to social and political
    • then in human actions. And we can see how abstract thinking
    • where this shows itself in its true form — that is, in
    • however, makes them rather limited. Now, limited concepts do
    • how horrific this is, for they do not feel it on their own.
    • We can only be in constant amazement at how these things
    • most abstract of abstract ideas which, however, can only be
    • saying to you since my return. It does, however, mean that
    • really knowing how to use them to good purpose.
    • one of the few who have shown an interest in my writings and
    • we are going to show the true nature of the completely
    • consequence, however, for we grow blind to any argument
    • How can it
    • can certainly be made; what matters, however, is what we are
    • however, possible to compare political and social life on
    • this as your basis and then observe how individual States
    • is not how things are. In this respect, too, humanity is
    • without inner life do, however, have the disadvantage that
    • however, and not asleep. It is really something to marvel at,
    • speaking, it can be said, however, that with the exception of
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    • one of many examples which may be quoted to Show the specific
    • have to face them calmly. We shall only do so, however, if we
    • ahrimanic way of thinking. Consider how some scientists are
    • so on, to determine how certain animals live, or have lived,
    • taking note of how its organs gradually change, or partly
    • change, and calculate how much these human organs change over
    • out how much these organs change over a period of centuries.
    • will show the changes calculated from successive changes seen
    • see how they clash. Think of a conventional scientist
    • this how unconsciously human beings are, in fact, being
    • situation, however, is well aware that psychic or spiritual
    • statistical analysis of how many poems have come into
    • and how many by an inspiration — a definite spiritual
    • surprised how great is the percentage of direct influences
    • situation. The problem we have to face now is how to get out
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • however, are not viable. Why is this so? Well, imagine
    • less how it is with the beautiful ideals people talk about so
    • should learn something from this, however — as I have
    • October) I sketched a diagram to show the spiritual
    • is amazing how effective modern communications are and how
    • how many people in this room do not know of the existence of
    • Wilhelm Weber's Dreizehnlinden? You see how people live
    • of this to show that it is entirely possible today for the
    • processes of evolution do know, however, how impulses and
    • based; the book shows the way in which Ahriman is involved in
    • called the devil then, and it was shown how the devil
    • atmosphere of spiritual life. This means, however, that
    • one way, however. The ahrimanic powers will also thrive if
    • think how many people there are today who actually make
    • made to render it complete. However, this second statement
    • by refusing to know about it, however, but by being as
    • which should really be shown in a clear light.
    • that none of these scornful modern people actually know how
    • however, cannot be gained by observing the things that
    • shown in diagrammatic form; this is what we have
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    • continue to be, to show from all kinds of different aspects
    • how people today and in the near future are moving into a
    • the life of the spirit, I have sought to show what is
    • the human being. This is not how it is, however, for in the
    • course shown by the red line here (see Fig.
    • people we see do not show their true nature in what we see on
    • It is not true, however. Human beings are closely bound up
    • goes through them; not through the head, however, but through
    • real picture of how ants behave in their communities, how
    • told of how certain green-coloured crystals which dwell in
    • also needs new stimulus. Yesterday I spoke of how difficult
    • and reality has proved them wrong. It is strange how little
    • has to be a matter of knowing how to unite these two
    • and how the improved takes hold of the unimproved, and how
    • for it will show you how connections can be made between
    • political life and other forms of culture, and how our ideas
    • can really come alive and the life of ideas be enriched, how
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • to this important event it is quite easy to establish how
    • definitions in anthroposophy, however. Perception will be
    • individual. It was not to be, however, for humanity was not
    • as well as those of pagan religions, clearly show the
    • spiritual worlds. How terrible is the reaction already
    • lead downwards. These are coming. You need to know how to be
    • however, to keep clear of sympathies and antipathies.
    • becoming more inward, as I have shown. Goetheanism can have a
    • life. This is how human evolution will proceed in the fifth,
    • was enabled to unite with the earth. To show this in
    • been a preparation for this. Just think how dependent people
    • how much their development depended on the soil. This was
    • there in recent times. Careful observation shows that
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • have sought to show that momentous occurrences in the
    • impulses to be instilled into humanity. If we consider how
    • this showed a tremendous upsurge in the 1840s, 50s, 60s and
    • Speculation could never show that the very qualities of the
    • apply only to the physical world, however; they do not apply
    • that I recently told you how the present age is dependent on
    • Schopenhauer and Goethe, by showing them to suffer from
    • will show that the general insights gained also prove true in
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
    • interesting to see how he refers to this in his preface:
    • or lecturing on technology. However, when he took up
    • the shallow superficiality of the man. In those days, however,
    • are now asleep and they will find it hard to understand how
    • events clearly show them to have been wrong. Do people think
    • see how he looks at the past and ahead to the future. He
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • this in such a way, however, that the relationship between
    • This is how the fact can be presented at the spiritual
    • things. How did America come to be rediscovered in such a
    • age. However, it will go on beyond this, into the seventh
    • by people. This has come to an end, however, and people will
    • which, however, will only be possible if one knows the
    • interesting statement that it was not how Darwin overcame
    • can go into every detail of how the horse sets about drawing
    • thoughts went ahead, however, and so there are continuous
    • evolution, discrepancies which do not show themselves in all,
    • something which did not exist before; it shows, even more
    • does not take much interest in these matters how old history
    • is, and for how long humanity has been engaged in the
    • words: ‘History has shown.’ Look at the things
    • will see the phrase ‘history has shown this,’
    • position of the sun. Generally speaking, however, the course
    • present time, such as the theme I have just taken up: How old
    • what really happened. We ought to show how something was in
    • about as much about it as someone who is shown a plucked
    • rest are pulled along. They are persuaded, however, that they
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    • of mankind; and in various ways through the years we have seen how
    • the Middle Ages said to itself: No matter how effectively one may
    • We do not notice how
    • is not adequate to the study of man. Precisely Goethe shows this to a
    • You know how, within the anthroposophical world view, we have had to
    • different direction. I tried to show what the modern person can raise
    • speaks of the limits of our ability to know nature. I indicated how
    • filtered down into pure thinking — and how, from there, one can
    • reverse the fall of man. I showed how, through spiritualizing the
    • That is something, however,
    • extraterrestrial. I showed you this yesterday with respect to
    • the fish. I told you how moon and sun forces work into the water and
    • cracked before!” Yes, this is how things really are. We have
    • us, however, to dictate program truths. Above all, they must
    • One can see how, therefore,
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    • man, as it appears in the present time, by showing how the fall of
    • interpretation of how man was cast down into sin; this was felt in
    • like to speak more from a material aspect, in order to show that
    • I have shown repeatedly that these arguments are not of much value.
    • positively shows something that is pushing mankind below its level.
    • of research would show, reality would show the following: There
    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • assumed a higher spirituality. Facts show us this.
    • theory of metamorphosis. If you observe with an unprejudiced mind how
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • pencil-marks plainly show Goethe's discontent and his wish to go
    • of a human being, how did he set to work? By forming it in beauty. Even in
    • just descended from heaven. Their form shows everywhere the
    • When we have really grasped this concretely, we see how impossible it
    • I once tried to give an account of mediaeval scholasticism, showing all
    • post-existent life can, however, only be acquired through
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    • how to interpret these symbols reaches the reality, the
    • would, however, be a fallacy, merely an external
    • how the ancient Egypto-Chaldean wisdom flashed up again in certain
    • them. Some day, however, these things will again be studied and then
    • come when it will be known, for example, how Venus moves, and what species
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • spiritual Beings in cosmic space. Men will gain knowledge of how
    • definite influence upon the Earth at that time. When we feel how this
    • most momentous of all, as the year which determines how time is to be
    • misstatements are made. Unfortunately, however, such
    • remains the question: how can all this be a matter of actual experience?
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    • How spiritual science must recognize the living
    • spirit in objects, however, usually remain with speaking about the
    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • particular forms, its particular ways, how it makes itself felt
    • that we recognize how the spirit weaves behind the mineral or plant
    • existence, how it is active in the animal and human existence. Our
    • about the spirit in this area, for how could it be denied that great
    • their crude parts and organs, now attention was directed to how
    • who first discerned how the plant is built up out of these building
    • advances of the nineteenth century. He was unable, however, to think
    • cells. They could in no way conceive how someone could still come up
    • had shown themselves in such a grandiose way to the searching
    • concern for solving life's riddles, however, and is at the same
    • studies how cell relates to cell, how cell is nourished by
    • other choice, no matter how firmly one wishes to be held by the
    • step beyond what the microscope shows. The next step is taken only
    • by very few. It is clear, however, to whoever maintains a healthy
    • human hair. If we wanted to explain how it may have originated there,
    • Here, however, we come
    • it. Just as every stone, every lifeless body, shows its relationship
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    • be clothed in this question: “How did it happen, in
    • of his mode of thought, and we shall observe at once how
    • event that took place, however, before Man became physically
    • an ancient Mystery-wisdom. To understand, however, even in an
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • natural-scientific materialism however, if I may say so,
    • instance. Within the Mysteries, however, in their own circle,
    • truths, however, are only kept under lock and key nowadays by
    • however, meet in human nature; they fertilise one another in
    • not perceiving how the opposing powers of the age have
    • human soul between death and new birth, knows how thankful
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    • taken during the 19th century and on into our time; I showed
    • how the knowledge and awareness of super-sensible impulses working
    • fact that it is necessary, somehow to bring the human soul
    • raise the question: How shall man gain any idea, how
    • no matter how profane the impulse of your speaking is —
    • gives an answer to this question (I mean, however, the
    • notably of the frontal portions. For a true Science, however,
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
    • sexuality and reproduction must exist. In Science, however,
    • point out to you, how — quite apart from the prevailing
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    • super-sensible Alan — perceptible, however, to an old
    • the Light. Here too, however, as in the case of Fire,
    • home to the consciousness of men. It was, however, a very
    • full scope and range of this matter, must, however, also bear
    • were well aware how much depended, even for earthly events,
    • they tried to express how each secret of the stars is
    • connected with an inner secret of Man. It is remarkable how
    • Mysteries was enough to show us that there was a Science in
    • considered this the most important thing: to perceive how
    • aphorisms. I only wished to emphasise how we must try once
    • we may ask: How could a primeval wisdom of mankind — so
    • for shame to contemplate it, — how could such a science
    • undergone by the spread of Christianity; let us not, however,
    • well aware how many things were destroyed and lost and ruined
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    • which I took the liberty to give you, will have shown you that
    • physical body, shows us that just this super-sensible knowledge
    • etheric body as if they were objects. We showed that in this
    • instance, how different are the inner feelings with which we
    • strange country which is indifferent to us. This will show us
    • How conscious we are of the fact that our inner life grows cold,
    • this enigma can show us best of all that the spiritual science of
    • explained to you from many different aspects how our woof of
    • continually destroyed. We now learn to recognize how our ordinary
    • to recognize the eternal in man, but also how it works within his
    • This is how the
    • perceiving how the beings whose thinking is connected with the
    • learn to recognize how man's true being rises above that which
    • How does this
    • description would lead us too far how the vegetable kingdom is
    • connected with man, and how the animal kingdom is related with
    • civilization shows us that up to a certain point it is possible
    • We investigate how
    • This is, however, not in keeping with spiritual science. The
    • super-sensible knowledge, shows us all the SIGNIFICANCE OF FORMS,
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    • would, however, be a mistake to think that the causes for the
    • thought is, however, faced by something else that springs out of
    • great and imposing as it is today. Many details clearly show
    • this. Consider, for instance, how intimately human thought
    • Nineteenth Century has learned to reflect over the fact as to how
    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • knowledge of the external world. I shall, however, look back upon
    • This is how the
    • ancient Gnosticism, or Orientalism. This, however, is not the
    • How can it be
    • contemplate, however, the other side, the side of death —
    • how we enter the world through birth became the riddle of
    • themselves: How did man descend to the earth from the spiritual
    • We speak, however, of the fact that, if we only take for granted,
    • others how man's soul, man's inner being, is connected with the
    • Today I only wish to indicate quite briefly how it is possible to
    • heat or of cold stream through your body, how living and
    • intensive are their effects! Think how grey and abstract thoughts
    • The super-sensible worlds show us the course taken by the human
    • lens, or of the eye's vitreous humor, shows us that the eye can
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    • of the universe modern people show a deep interest for everything
    • lectures really exist, but which prove at the same time how very
    • who worked very hard to discover how to penetrate into the
    • super-sensible nature of the soul, and how to investigate the
    • his medical and scientific experience, showing the soul's
    • so he inquired the next day how the patient was feeling and he
    • reports this case in order to show a purely psychical influence;
    • influence showing, according to Schleich, that death set in as a
    • consider it seriously, for one knows how unscientific these
    • meetings are, and how amateurishly and unscientifically such
    • photographs were taken and that the second one showed a
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • to begin with, as a simple critical objection showing how matters
    • shall see how this is possible) becomes transformed and thus
    • somehow mix up things fantastically, but that our memory pictures
    • knowledge alone shows us the true process of memory and that of
    • sensory perception. Imaginative knowledge shows us what it means
    • shows us what it means to dive down into the physical organism
    • meditation, so we may learn to know through the WILL how to pass
    • dream. Allow me to give you a few indications which show how such
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    • civilization in general shows a faint trace of looking upon the
    • is set up on Golgotha. How does it stand within the consciousness
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
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    • science drawn from a deeper source and show how the human being
    • cosmos only if we understand how these different members are
    • the ear — these show that the human being must obtain
    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • “horizontal.” A more accurate study would also show
    • There are, however, other possibilities of consciousness, which
    • consider the inside of the earth. Simple reflection will show you
    • Consider how many
    • thinking capacity. This process, however, remains chaotic and
    • It may, however, occur that owing to pathological conditions, the
    • may, however, occur that someone who is not interested in the
    • in the region of the heart, to procure gold. He may, however,
    • things, however, I wish to point out that when we speak of
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • showed the fundamental difference between man's whole conception
    • If, however, in
    • How do matters
    • conceptions, we shall realize, however, what is needed in
    • How did the people
    • This will show you that Schopenhauer really felt this absence of
    • right way how in the past man's soul confronted the beginning of
    • such a clergyman would simply show that he is predisposed to
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • Century formed and described his ideas, shows us that he believed
    • older forms of thinking can show us that in the past everything
    • I wish to describe how this change of feeling in human souls
    • which is, however, still unable to discover man's connection with
    • external culture; he cannot, however, remain standing by this
    • deeply moving to read Nietzsche's description of how at a certain
    • for these can show us the strangeness of it all.
    • defamation. The nature of such an opposition shows how well the
    • leading opponents know how to proceed in order to gain the
    • choose the Spirit as our guide, to understand how we should
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    • How should we think of these Christmas words at such a time?
    • easily testify how very far removed men still are in our day from
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • can face each other, enemy face enemy, how men can mutually bring
    • death to one another and how they can all pass through the same Gate
    • We recall how, in the whole earth, over which war, suffering and
    • however greatly they may otherwise be disunited, who in the depths of
    • world on the day we commemorate at Christmas. We see how through all
    • greatness uniting mankind, however disunited it may be as regards all
    • We shall feel how much there is that can become strong and powerful
    • was first shown just at Christmas time, how the Cosmic Word sounded
    • forth from the depths of the Cosmos and how out of the Cosmic Word
    • Creation gradually arose: how Lucifer appeared to man, and how men
    • and it was then shown how man was, as it were, embodied in the Old
    • tree — as was shown in many different ways — came by some
    • about that (as was shown at certain times) when Adam, the man of sin,
    • picture of the tree, it shows us the whole connection from another
    • that originally destined for us. That however allows us to recognise
    • in the evolution of the Earth and is present therein. When, however,
    • Science: How does the case stand with those principles which we have
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • of humanity. How do we think of these Christmas words in this time?
    • easily show how far human beings in our time still are from that love
    • thought, however, is especially predominant. We think how enemy stands
    • against enemy, opponent against opponent, how human beings can bring
    • death to each other and how they then can go through the same portal
    • Jesus. We think of how, all over the earth, where there is war and
    • We think how
    • how strongly this thought is connected with what must become
    • it was described how, out of the depths of the cosmos, the universal
    • Word resounded, how out of the universal Word creation arose gradually,
    • bit by bit. It was described how Lucifer approached the human being
    • and how human beings thereby began earthly existence in a different
    • of the temptation of Adam, and Eve was presented, and then it was shown
    • how the human being was integrated, as if were, into ancient,
    • ancient times, however, there were those with deeper thoughts, with
    • taught them how they were to grasp the mystery of Christmas and the
    • The tree, however
    • this picture shows us the entire relationship from a higher point of
    • unites him to the earth. Our outer form, however, which we surrender
    • knowledge, however, it becomes something different for me, something
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    • Science shows us that the life of the human soul and the nature of
    • centuries before the Christian era. It is however significant that
    • prepared to state that historical research will, however unwillingly,
    • consciousness, still left to us in dreams. Everybody knows how dream
    • images appear and disappear, how they emerge and fade away. To our
    • these our dream consciousness consists. Everyone has experienced how
    • Zarathustra handed down to his disciples the secret of how
    • remarkable how these two paths converge in the Greek age, where the
    • of Tragedy from the Spirit of Music,” he shows that the
    • to his disciples and his people. He showed that just as individual
    • them is at one time more evident, at another less. He taught how
    • Zarathustra pointed his disciples to the great periphery, showing
    • opposition to Ormuzd; in course of time, however, their existence
    • future on the one side and into the past on the other. Time, however,
    • who know how to build up these signs into a doctrine to which their
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • in which Ormuzd manifested his activity to man. Zarathustra showed
    • the usual conceptions of the Cosmos held by man. The time, however,
    • Amschaspands. How is this truth expressed at the present time?
    • the veil of the world of sense. There is, however, one significant
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    • words. It must therefore be of great interest to us to understand how
    • the ancient Egyptians? What had Hermes taught them? How did they
    • This is how we must envisage the attitude of soul in the
    • the old Egyptian said — “The Sun and Moon out there show
    • me how I can best picture the activities of my soul,” —
    • Isis-Mysteries, therefore, consisted in showing man how he was
    • the first place, how the blood, the physical instrument of the Ego,
    • shown in picture form the processes taking place in his inner being.
    • learnt to know how air enters the body in the form of oxygen; he
    • matter. In the spiritual world, however, it is not so; in the
    • learnt how through the Isis-power he might find himself one with the
    • realise how necessary it was for the Egyptians to know in advance
    • physical life. Physical life, however, is but the body of a spiritual
    • how the divine-spiritual world must correct our affairs, for our
    • feeling of reverence and gratitude. All external evidence shows that
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • considered. Aviation, however would only assume its right form could it
    • a sluggard. Inwardly however, it is far from sluggish, for from its own
    • or other such means. The matter, however, is not so simple. One has to
    • take into account where and how the egg can live, how the caterpillar
    • and chrysalis live, and finally how the butterfly lives. If the egg is
    • however, always requires moisture containing a certain amount of salt.
    • does not enter the sunbeam. However, it spins its own body into these
    • The caterpillar, however, has the time to create this sheath, to hang it
    • possibility arises for man to be born out of light. Thus we see how the
    • He could not impart this to others however, for it would have unbalanced
    • gentlemen, how can this be explained? Just picture a large eiderdown
    • however, air penetrates, as the animal must be exposed to both air and
    • that. This is how investigations are often made today. Think of a
    • the chrysalis. One will see how light is imprisoned there as in us it is
    • may see how light contains creative spirit. For the worm or caterpillar
    • studying further will show you that a genuine science which understands
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • initiation-knowledge, we learn how this is to be understood.
    • however, there is an essential process — or group of processes
    • understanding. How we behave to others with selflessness, or how in love
    • world fades out, and we feel how through the forces of the moon we
    • to an extraordinarily subtle concept. Just think how from outside we
    • fleeting; only pictures remain. Think how little these pictures retain of
    • the inner condition of soul attendant upon it, and then observe how this
    • child up to the change of teeth. You will observe how the power of
    • Hierarchies? Nevertheless is it not true that whoever understands how to
    • in how your soul loves, you do not recognise the echo of what you were
    • in the spiritual world. In art, however, we retreat a few steps from
    • are able to recognise how memory is an echo of what we had in
    • pre-earthly life, and how the unfolding of love is the seed of what we
    • outside, but unless he is capable of showing outwardly what is within
    • of showing on the surface what he is, what life has made of him, what is
    • how man is connected with a super-sensible world where past and future
    • the task of puzzling out intuitively how the Kabiri must have appeared
    • certain aspect you may have a picture of how man is connected with the
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • show that when we investigate our consciousness, we find in it all
    • demonstrate conclusively that what shows itself to begin with in such
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep and
    • however, we are on uncertain ground; and the fact is, no serious and
    • Anthroposophical knowledge, however, just because it accepts in all
    • look into sleep somewhat in the way we look into a peepshow; but through
    • man goes to sleep, you know how in the moment of doing so the
    • the definite sense of space ceases. A general sense of time, however,
    • does man want to build up a philosophy of how the things hang together?
    • whole, and ask how the individual is rooted and grounded in the cosmos?
    • perception. Something else now shows itself as a fact of the life of
    • anxiety of this stage of sleep has to be somehow met and overcome. In
    • later epochs; through this clairvoyance he perceived inwardly how he
    • may be allowed to use a trivial comparison, I would remind you of how
    • taught by their spiritual leaders in the Mystery-centres how they should
    • general world-ordering holds sway. Spiritual science has to show in
    • concrete detail how this divine ordering of the world works. If we would
    • we can show how the anxiety which occurs in the second stage of sleep,
    • and how these then give rise in their union to the power with which the
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  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • inanimate matter escaped observation. Pasteur, however, tried an
    • will come when some Virchow perhaps will say: There was a time
    • unlettered alike; how the perfect animals evolve from the
    • show that Haeckel, standing on the ground he knows, is nothing
    • true that Ernst Haeckel's and Virchow's ideas on “the
    • Virchow's partisans seek the origin of worms in inanimate mud;
    • come from somewhere. Conjectures are made as to how it comes
    • do not, however, mean to assert that careful thought and
    • show how the laws of Reincarnation and Karma are a scientific
    • explanation of nature showed a hiatus. We were able to
    • understand how inanimate phenomena can be explained by immutable
    • natural laws; but how the multifarious varieties of plants and
    • what law this was, or how it worked, we did not know. However
    • knowledge of nature is by no means sufficient to conceive how
    • and reflections of later days have, however, by no means
    • inconvenient when scientific details are shown them in such a
    • every educated man knows.” This shows that our
    • listen quietly when it is shown them how, because of their
    • laws; and we study these laws. We ask ourselves: How is it that
    • point out in this lecture how the “new faith”
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    • how much depends, in expositions of this kind, on
    • explained in this lecture. How little we understand the
    • expressions used in this sphere may be shown by the fact that
    • explanation just shows that the definition of life given by
    • escaped the fate of Giordano Bruno. When we consider how the
    • classified quite exactly how, for instance, hornets develop
    • man. How is this?
    • at birth, is observed. on into later life. It is seen how the
    • Take the highest animals. How far do they carry that out? As
    • all observation and logic.” In spite of this, however,
    • to a certain age, but only showed itself later as a feeling
    • however, we observe this correlation between the individual
    • how would it be then with the muscles of the heart? They do
    • individual life. We could not develop further, however, we
    • That, however, must first come into being. I know that what I
    • matter how often the outer experience can arise, if it does
    • the idea of a hot piece of steel, no matter how hot,
    • For that, however, the Ego must be present in every single
    • nature or these feelings will also show the nature of the
    • as it is, as it really is in the present, and how it works.
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    • something distinct and limited. If, however, we send to the
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • however, only when the human being is awake — when he
    • emphasized here, how very important it is to form a clear
    • however, it is the most perfect of all — for it has
    • perfection of the heart and of the brain. How imperfect, on
    • make clear to ourselves how the Ego was inserted, as it were,
    • within the physical body — how it first arose.
    • still further, for it shows that the air may become still
    • how easily one may be tempted at times to become a
    • we must ask ourselves further: how much can we really know,
    • arrived, however, not even the slightest detail concerning
    • How does it
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
    • asleep however, the blood must also be cared for. And because
    • here on the physical plane. During the night however, the
    • see how we are cared for and protected during the night by
    • them, without causing pain. At an earlier time however, the
    • autumn, to see how great waves of well-being streamed over the
    • form a concept of how the third Elementary Kingdom is
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  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • accurate examination shows that we must go back to the living
    • you delve yet deeper into this idea, you'll find it shown
    • something indefinite in its features; then we notice how
    • but issuing from a former life. We see how, from birth
    • show how Spiritual Science can illuminate life by
    • gates of death. We would see how the bond created between man
    • conditions; and how those new inner connections and sympathies
    • how these accompany us through the world of spirit and later
    • And in advanced age he remembers how he, as a boy, sends his
    • the Sun. All this develops further in Goethe. We see how it
    • evolution”. In this manner did Goethe sense how
    • resurrection in the human soul, and how a higher nature
    • nothing else do we see plainer and clearer how Goethe during
    • Confessions of a Beautiful Soul”. In it he showed that
    • manner demanded of him by his development. We see how he
    • presented and how it must be presented as had Homer.
    • them. We see then how Faust lets himself be influenced by
    • environment. This is shown by the lines where Faust is acted
    • words Faust characterizes the Earth spirit. We perceive how
    • The howling storm — blast through the groaning wood,
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    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • the cosmic Christ, we become aware how through the Mystery of
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
    • be shown how, in times which were still nearer to the
    • there was created a figure, a figure, however, which lived,
    • which expresses to us how a soul of the early Christian
    • — has, so to speak, reawakened. We feel how this figure
    • showing how Cyprian feels towards the magic forces of
    • And darkens o'er the skies with showering rain.’
    • then it goes on to describe how the temptation approaches him,
    • and how all this works on him before he comes to know the
    • how the Christ-Impulse, which, with some recapitulations we
    • is one which can especially bring home to us how, through that
    • Christ-Impulse which shows us its preparation in the ‘Child.’
    • shown to the magic kings, but to the poor shepherds from the
    • we were told in this Gospel, for example, how the wickedness of
    • with Herod's power and wickedness — it is clearly shown
    • to us how that which is given in this Child is so great, so
    • peculiar manner it shows us its extra-human, its divine, that
    • not feel how those, which throughout the centuries were
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    • how wide was the field which the term then embraced. We must
    • and to note how doctors and their colleagues relied upon the
    • however, was not the case. The lecturers of those days and
    • confine myself to showing you from the standpoint of
    • two incidents, we can see how greatly Aristotle was
    • however, who had studied in the book of Nature could not
    • the Divine Mind. To Galileo, however, the Divine Mind is only
    • once how extra ordinary this conception is. If a student
    • of how far human reason is below the Divine Reason which
    • which showed at once that the primary conception was
    • incorrect. That, however, is immaterial to our purpose. The
    • understand how it was that he arrived at such a conclusion,
    • Now, however,
    • He does not, however, classify them in the same way as they
    • what way is the world in God? How is the Spirit in
    • Consider how
    • Giordano Bruno. The question now remains how best to
    • We see in this how the spirit of Giordano Bruno becomes fully
    • understand how the Scientific investigators of that day could
    • the great investigator of Nature, who endeavoured to show
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    • the conclusion of the poem. This scrap of writing shows the
    • necessity of the lessons of life; it shows us that it is
    • universality of his spirit, and then to ask ourselves how
    • which exact science must reign supreme. How frequently do we
    • intellectual life, and see how it appears in the light of
    • Taking, for example, chemistry and physics, we see how
    • the nineteenth century, it was shown by the facts which
    • scepticism towards all theorising shows itself precisely in
    • must ask: How can the Sun attract the Earth, if it does not
    • other planets or other molecular bodies, How does it happen
    • know how great were the hopes built on the progress of
    • boldly constructing pedigrees, showing how, from elementary
    • Darwinian theory, used in this way, has shown itself to be
    • — the result is nil. How is this? Because there is a
    • This assertion is however no exaggeration, it is only what is
    • everywhere leads to the most extravagant theories. We see how
    • sub-conscious life of man, as it shows itself in dreams or
    • mention them because they show that it is necessary
    • bank, to calculate how much money is carried in and how much
    • is carried out, and then to reckon how much remains in the
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    • yesterday, it was shown how the man who attempts to travel
    • however, employs as means of investigation, what he can
    • be obtained as to how subjective pronouncements, as such, can
    • into his consciousness. If however one surveys the entirety
    • beings is thereby shown as it presses into the personality of
    • for the existence of the spiritual world it suffices to show
    • the spiritual world one can have an idea as to how errors can
    • Generally however one meets an extravagance to the point of
    • How does one refute theosophy? and how does one defend
    • own standpoint, and asking: — how has my soul then,
    • comes to see how the whole course of life has led one to
    • how another soul has come to regard things from another side.
    • however, instead of this the attempt is made to be silent,
    • and then to see how each has come to his standpoint, then
    • space. Thus even the first show not merely the possibility
    • put in the position of facing himself. That shows itself in
    • How Does one Attain Knowledge of Higher Worlds?,
    • Now man first learns how
    • appears, and how necessary it is to behold things in their
    • path to the end, however, i.e. till he attains certainty in
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    • that is connected with it, you will have seen how difficult it
    • factors too, help to determine how a man is placed in his
    • course of Goethe's Faust how Mephistopheles fulfils his
    • life, — how it has evolved. They have indeed departed
    • consciousness. So now they try to catechise the soul. Somehow
    • will prove to be only semblances of cures. (We can explain how
    • by multitudinous examples. For who will fail to see how many a
    • ‘irrational.’ I am unaware how the natural scientists and the
    • Psycho-analytic school we have the evidence, how modern
    • Science. Consequently they will not discover how
    • then you will understand how many things are working upward
    • how perilous are the prejudices of the present time.
    • everything in the wrong place, not knowing how to put in it the
    • one's fellow-men. Or again, the man's career might somehow have
    • With all these things I only want to point out how much there
    • can only decipher them if we are able to behold how the
    • observing the child's behaviour, and wishing somehow to
    • This, however, is woven together with other Karmic streams. For
    • of life how the human being places himself through his Karma
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    •  OU will have seen how intricate are the deeper problems
    • told how he grew out of straitened circumstances, — how
    • very outset we are told how even the grammar school education
    • therefore, how he became what he was. How did he become the
    • that schools which fail to show their children any maps are
    • narrowness — how it brought forth this individuality.
    • have told you how they are wont, in certain schools of
    • if we fail to bear in mind, for instance, how all that appears
    • human understanding — however limited — of what
    • so increasingly. Hitherto, however, few concepts and
    • son also to be a schoolmaster. Karma, however, had a different
    • novels on this subject, he describes how the pyramids are built
    • true to at least thirty places of decimals! You know how it is
    • recent discoveries. Max Eyth, however, finds that the
    • how he is able to build his bridges. This engineer,
    • however, is — as we might say — a rather flighty
    • of course answered, but thrown up. We see how the modern man
    • we have described a case which shows us the fulfilment of
    • between birth and death. How would it then have been?
    • new birth. Somehow, the experience must be undergone.
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    • see how this spiritual-scientific movement tends to bring near
    • Remember how I tried to characterise the streams of life
    • that arose with the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. I showed how
    • against each other. Unless we realise how much this signifies
    • feel such things in different ways, however, according as they
    • question is: How do we stand in our time with our
    • opinions, how are they rooted in the soil of our time? Can we
    • that is out of the question. We must see how the spiritual
    • is not blind, can see how they select the right places
    • These things, however, are all of them part of a larger whole.
    • can no longer work effectively when they begin to know how they
    • chorus, saying how impossible it is to make public in our time
    • knew how concepts are formed in public life to-day, in order to
    • to-day, but will make clear by a simple example how easy it is
    • How
    • intimately the destinies of these two coincide! See how great a
    • how the Numbers correspond among the three Allies!
    • member of the Anthroposophical Society, how old she is
    • (of course, I shall ask no such question), and how many years
    • given, many people fall into the trap. How deeply significant,
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    • all their descriptions — however sublime they sound
    • own God, namely his Angel. Indeed we can see how strong is the
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • it, wrongly, as I have shown. And with the Archangels they are
    • to mind how we endeavour in Spiritual Science to counteract
    • human evolution. How often have we emphasised the fact
    • sometimes ask, how does the human soul find its way to Christ?
    • of the Christ. Therefore the question may arise: how can the human
    • mankind. How often have I emphasised the fact that
    • also show how He has His relation to karma. Where the
    • this end, however, we must first learn to understand a little
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • the question from which we took our start. How can the
    • the Gospels. (Alas, how many words of the Gospels are not taken
    • tremendous part the steam-engine plays in our time! How many
    • of Goethe's Faust, however far apart these things may lie. To
    • this end, however, we must first bring before our souls certain
    • it i. How much less matter the dot contains than the
    • future (for it is only now in the initial stages): how by the
    • here imitated. Do you imagine — considering how great is
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    • How Can Humanity Find the Christ Again?
    • Pentecost. In the Christmas conception, however, and that of
    • will be our task to understand how a new conception of
    • birth and death of the human being, no matter how we may
    • analyze them, how intensely we may look at them, manifest
    • However we may view this narration, we shall not be able to
    • that he reveals even in his earliest years how he has come out
    • and the Luciferic. And, as it comes to be known how the
    • How may I experience the Christ impulse within my own
    • consciousness soul: that these thoughts, however they may
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    • spiritual world. This was how the esoteric Christian of the
    • spiritual power is weakest. In the winter midnight, however,
    • has, indeed, remained a fragment but which shows us in a deeply
    • This is the situation to which we are introduced. We are shown;
    • perceptions. How does this transformation take place?
    • definite intellectual or abstract terms — shows us the
    • understand who knows how again and again that motto has been
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • He turns and sees how fast he is ascending.
    • And while he climbs, oh sound how full of cheer!
    • The meaning of the symbol clearly showing.
    • circumstances. And how does Goethe indicate that he is
    • externally, can pass away. And we are beautifully told how we
    • significance: it shows the way to self-knowledge,
    • there were other signs. There were signs showing that he had
    • wonderfully indicated how a ripe soul — for only a ripe
    • kills the viper to save his sister. Then we are told how he
    • of the rock. We are here definitely shown how his soul follows
    • harmonising the religions scattered in the world. This is how
    • So he relates how far by hill and valley
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    • heritage. This is not so, however. In reality, homelessness is, or
    • Beings who are inaccessible to sense perception. Today, however, we
    • Being. How do we proceed in Spiritual Science if we wish to form an
    • investigation shows that man, such as we know him today, is, to a
    • his spiritual body as in his waking life. How remarkable would be
    • his physical and etheric bodies. In the distant future, however, he
    • Archangels or Archangeloi. We shall see how they, for their part,
    • direct their own etheric or life-body, and how they thereby work down
    • individual Archangels. If we have a Clear mental picture of how in
    • the history of the world nation succeeds nation, how peoples work
    • lectures — how all these changing circumstances are inspired by
    • can observe this at the present time. How is it that so many persons
    • stages above man and have noted how they placed themselves
    • Earth-evolution. In the next lecture we propose to show how far the
    • we see how man is integrated into the ranks of the Hierarchies, how,
    • from another aspect, cooperate in his evolution, And we have seen how
    • One of the purposes of these lectures will be to show how this
    • begin to throw light upon how this pattern is woven which we have
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • Archangelic Beings? And how are we to understand this work? You all
    • know that the surface of the Earth shows different configurations and
    • therefore, who wish to follow how the destinies of our human race are
    • how does the activity of the Archangels, the Folk Souls, work into
    • the Archangel, how does he work into the people who inhabit this
    • the Folk Spirits are active everywhere. They follow, however, the
    • of these Folk Spirits and see how he incarnates on Earth, lives again
    • of how the latter is reflected in the temperaments of the people, in
    • the secret of how the Folk Spirit or Nation Spirit reveals his
    • we see how two kinds of Beings of different rank work alternately in
    • A moment's reflection will show that definite prior conditions
    • Spirit of the Age, is expressed in a variety of ways. Think of how
    • directing the Spirit of the Age, the question arises: how do these
    • of the lamp, Galileo discovered the law of the pendulum and how,
    • external events and human thought which would explain how the
    • predestined. There are also others, however, in whom are active those
    • take their directions from the Spirits of the Age; how these Folk
    • to maya or illusion. A writer's statements will betray how far
    • he is the victim of Maya or how far he has left out of account the
    • peoples. A study of the character of the North American people shows
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    • These transformations, however, are not to be confused with the real
    • figure shows conclusively that the sum of the three angles is equal
    • the logic of mathematics you will have some idea of how the
    • however, certain things which he experiences in common with the
    • Archangels. We are fully aware of this when we see, for example, how
    • we follow the life of peoples from epoch to epoch we note how new
    • ideas have continually arisen and how new sources of hidden knowledge
    • will recall how man's ‘I’, his highest member,
    • aura. This picture illustrates how the Archangelic Being looks down
    • is leading. Just as the graph of man's life shows an ascending
    • For man, however, it is something very real, something that he feels
    • described yesterday. We have also described how the abnormal Spirits
    • the most important element. Circumstances, however, may arise when
    • abnormal Archangels have shown themselves to be, in reality, Spirits
    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
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    • understand how man first came into existence through the cooperation
    • ourselves how man would fare if the normal Spirits alone were
    • normal Spirits of Form show no interest. The three life-periods,
    • how, in our own time, the national characteristics prepare in their
    • lives. I have already described how man departed from the laws of the
    • civilization shows a conflict between the virile forces of early
    • the unprejudiced observer a variety of factors serves to show that
    • behind it. It shows us how the normal and abnormal Spirits of Form
    • work in concert over the whole Earth, how, by this cooperative
    • activity, the human race is subdivided and how then those other
    • cannot understand the individual if we do not see how he owes his
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    • however deeply one may be involved emotionally in a particular people
    • through the teachings of karma and reincarnation how every nation,
    • lecture-course I propose to show — and herein lies its real
    • importance — how the particular influences of the missions of
    • the several peoples are merged in the whole of humanity and how even
    • of human evolution. This, however, will only become apparent to us
    • and we now understand how the Beings of the spiritual Hierarchies
    • question now arises; how do the Beings of a higher order work into
    • you wish to form an idea of how
    • peninsula in the South from the rest of Europe. How is one to account
    • we see how the radiations from the centre influence our Earth planet.
    • Form first weave and work. Since, however, the activities of light
    • an astral effect. Man, however, does not hear it. If in relation to
    • vision. We perceive how instreaming Life, weaving Sound,
    • the forces. Just imagine for a moment how powerful are the forces of
    • see how they operate in our Earth planet, how they form it out of the
    • however, are reflected in the forms of the succeeding incarnations.
    • after-effects however are such that man was able to develop later the
    • perceive how this tapestry is woven. If we raise our consciousness to
    • work secretly, however, after the manner in which the silkworm spins
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 6. The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • from another angle, where I have shown that the
    • in the sunlight. If, however, we wish to understand how the abnormal
    • how do we look upon a member of the Ethiopian race, of the Mercury
    • how do these Race Spirits work in and upon man? They work in a very
    • system. They work upon the nervous system however in a peculiar way,
    • is however a very peculiar feature attaching to the Mongolian race;
    • occultism; it shows how, in those peoples who are subject to the
    • observes how, in the nineteenth century, a representative of these
    • we have seen how here on Earth the birth of universal humanity was
    • prepared by the Elohim or the normal Spirits of Form, how then the
    • how these five races are related to the guiding Spirits in the
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    • spoke of how the Beings of a particular Hierarchy intervene in order
    • to direct the evolution of a particular race, how, for example, as
    • interesting phenomenon, for when we observe how the Folk Spirits, or
    • This is a typical example of how, in such a case, an act of
    • Spirits. No matter how these Time Spirits may work, this esoteric
    • be in the course of time for all mankind. The problem will be how
    • people, this people has learned how to develop and perfect the
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    • true, however, that among the Germanic peoples and tribes of Europe
    • comparative study of religions shows a most disquieting trend in the
    • which no longer showed any traces of that elementary stage in soul
    • to observe how human development sprang forth, so to speak, from the
    • their knowledge which however was divine knowledge which they owed to
    • above man. The old Gods, however, who were active before the Gods
    • of how the soul, the inner life, was gradually developed by means of
    • recall in retrospect how the souls of men had been ‘in-formed’
    • retained this feeling, this understanding of how the forces of the
    • he saw how he worked into his soul. How did he perceive Wotan or
    • in sound. He learned how to make use of it when he underwent a long
    • cosmic element of the air, saw how he formed speech by means of his
    • breathing. He sees how the air he inhales passes into the blood
    • within, and in later years he still understands how, originating in
    • the astral, his inner life becomes integrated, how the inner answers,
    • macrocosm in physical-spiritual form. He was able to perceive how the
    • individual was built up out of the macrocosm and how he was an
    • physically the twelve cranial nerves. He sees how the forces that
    • could go back further still and show him how man gradually originated
    • completely spiritual beings. It was then clear to Nordic man how the
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    • Folk Soul had, and still has the task of directing European man how
    • showing clairvoyantly the relationship of the ‘I’ to
    • picture of Lucifer. And this shows that there was a clear realization
    • Sun Spirit, the Spirit of Light. He has first to show that this world
    • man could be traced to Loki. Through the old clairvoyance, however,
    • How,
    • upon this Teutonic mythology, you would then see how this is
    • show in which respects the physical view of the world is most
    • influence. It was Loki's responsibility, however, that the
    • mythology. It is more sophisticated, more mature, the figures show
    • however, still a few who were able to perceive directly what Nordic
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • discover how the whole spiritual life of Europe works in concert, how
    • have shown in the case of the Scandinavian and Germanic peoples, the
    • however, Sif signifies the Group Soul of the individual community
    • able to understand, however, the peculiar characteristics of those
    • inwardly. If you recognize how this union between the Spiritual Soul
    • from history which show the ramifications of these basic forces and
    • how they manifest in the most diverse ways. Thus the peculiar
    • developed. There are however other civilizations which have also
    • existing findings of science you will find how extraordinary
    • attitude they have always shown when the question of their relations
    • is particularly interesting to see how, under this influence, it has
    • potentialities, showing that our understanding of Christ today is
    • the Word or Logos”, and how differently St. John's Gospel
    • to add further observations and show what the Europe of the future
    • on the basis of such knowledge. I propose to show how, through this
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • how wonderfully the deepest occult truths are expressed in the
    • you can read how miscegenation and contact between different peoples have
    • in a remarkable way how Freyr makes use of that which enables man to
    • research today shows us that after Kali Yuga has run its course
    • acquired through training. How are we to account for this? What will
    • first he does not understand. But if he has heard of Karma, of how
    • show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way — as it will
    • invaded the East. There, however, it assumes another form. One
    • however, are known to Teutonic mythology; it is fully aware of their
    • however much tradition may insist upon this — but to
    • the name of the true Christ-principle. However many may try to force
    • creed, however many may declare that our vision of the future Christ
    • is a source of wonder to me how much agreement there is amongst the
    • here, have repeatedly said to me in the last few days how free they
    • am sure, however, that when you begin to reflect objectively, when
    • will realize how right I am. Avail yourselves of every means at your
    • self-knowledge and ask itself: how can I best contribute to the
    • the words, “how much at home we feel here in the North!”
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • that. True occultism at a somewhat higher level shows us however that
    • always liable to err, however much we may believe ourselves to be
    • at a true opinion if we ask ourselves how European civilisation has
    • — shown by all that is happening in the life of the mind today
    • question to ourselves, then all the signs of the times show us that
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • however high may be the esteem in which it is held today, however
    • Anthroposophy which observes life directly, sees how spiritual life
    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • made. If you know this book, you know how impressively it calls
    • few days we shall see more clearly how Persephone arouses in our
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • the next few days. We shall be shown a living relationship between
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • fully achieved, how one can think of the future development of
    • truth in the deepest and most spiritual sense of the words, however
    • having shown understanding for what one day, in the drama of the
    • and who show us how they accompany the souls of men as intimate
    • friends, show us how men are formed in childhood, what they look like
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the cosmos. On the other hand I showed how the entire intellectual
    • how in Atlantis men saw into the spiritual
    • world and how cosmic forces appeared to them as actual forms or
    • separation there must have been a point of contact somewhere. How
    • system of divinities showed a far deeper wisdom than the science of
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • how Greek mythology was dominated by the consciousness that man is a
    • about the development of the Greek gods. I pointed out how Demeter
    • worked in ancient times, how she instilled her forces into human
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • who taught him how he had to behave in the world. There were at that
    • dawned in him clairvoyantly how he ought to behave, what was right,
    • of the historical development of humanity. How splendidly those
    • everything I have just said as fantasy. In fact, however, it is the
    • shown you today, certain different Eros-free forces in human nature
    • knowledge in the astral body. How wonderful it is to find these
    • It reveals how one of her aspects has
    • changed; what are the symbols shown by this second form? They are the
    • time in pictorial form can also be learnt again today. How is this
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • how the threads all hang together. In the two lectures just given I dwelt
    • from another direction how Spiritual Science in our day is aspiring
    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • natural event. You see how these concepts have changed. For the
    • cannot emphasise too strongly how necessary it is for humanity to
    • in the soul of Strader. There we see how such an event as Theodora's
    • Strader's character and his inner experiences illustrate how
    • We begin to see how
    • into a wood, where you feel, ‘Ah, how delicious it is here, I
    • want to know how these forces work together; what is the relationship
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
    • of the etheric body, to those of the astral body? How can we express
    • can be expressed. There is something which shows quite
    • all these forces it is possible to show, in this diagram, in this
    • how these three sheaths are related to the ego. You see, normally
    • What I have shown you
    • more or less how it is done. By thinking of the relative sizes of
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • have today. You will have realised this from the way I tried to show
    • Think how closely the experiences of our ego are bound up with our
    • environment! How different our ego feels if we raise our eyes and
    • or dusk, upon the rising or the setting sun! How little can we detach
    • our egos from all this! How intimately we are bound up with the
    • epoch it was Angels who were the actual leaders of the epoch. How did
    • epoch did not tread the Earth in human form. There were however men
    • completed his human development on the Moon. This was how the
    • we see too how everything in this epoch tends to bring to expression
    • we turn with the eye of seership to the Akasha Chronicle and see how
    • something about for all these Beings of the higher hierarchies. How
    • Christ. This shows you that it is an essential feature of the
    • who however in a certain respect did not reach the goal of their Moon
    • worlds, this is how the Greek saw the planets and the fixed stars. He
    • in mind for it shows that the whole meaning of the Mystery of
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • Moon, how must this have affected its attitude towards man himself?
    • has not yet understood how evolution comes about, what is its whole
    • soul-experiences. You are even told how the human being has to ask
    • looking at the matter in the right light we see that however much
    • body — the whole tenor of Earth evolution shows this, and the
    • civilisation, however steeped in imagery and fantasy. Thus actually
    • separate bodies. This is how this universal consciousness, this
    • saga, which relates how Pallas Athene, after Dionysos had been
    • the lie to it. How often do we hear this sort of thing said:
    • a magnificent picture when it tells how Pallas Athene rescued the
    • what emanates from man's lower bodily nature. Thus we see how
    • However, we are told
    • how the old clairvoyant consciousness, represented by the elder
    • and so on; we find how he then crossed into Arabia, returning again
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • question as to how the human being appears to clairvoyant sight, we
    • will just ask how the four members of the human being appear to
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • be observed with external physical instruments. Thus, however far we
    • the human organism, the highest and the lowest, show a very
    • then, but also half seriously, I ask how we have to think of Adam and
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • as a maya was embodied in Dionysos; in other words, we see how
    • compromise, from no aspect does it show itself to be what in reality
    • had not been drawn into the physical, etheric and astral bodies, how
    • and whose own external forms really show only the forces of physical,
    • prehistoric humanity. Therein we see how the ancient Greek
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • we have certainly seen how much of what we come to know today in quite
    • look to supply the answer to the question of how knowledge comes
    • But we shall understand one another if we begin by asking how it is
    • mirror; then you do see what you are, you see how you look.
    • In however strictly logical a manner one argues today even with
    • environment of this our physical bodily organisation. That is how we
    • obviously knows how to think scientifically in the modern sense of
    • was dead. If however one of these pupils had left the place where the
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the course of yesterday's lecture we saw how manifold cosmic forces play
    • into human nature, and we also saw how the Greeks experienced these forces
    • undergone. We have seen how little by little he draws near to the
    • spiritual life, how to begin with the sound instinct, which has
    • it is however essentially different. The mood of
    • Faust merely shows that, having arrived at a certain scepticism, a
    • not surrender to the feeling which overtakes you when you think how
    • There we see how Capesius has undergone
    • important occult experiences, how he has been permitted a glimpse
    • into his previous incarnation, how he has been allowed to know what
    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • Science. How often do we hear it said: ‘I do that with no
    • Moon evolutions; people will then see how very naive, how
    • the blood streaming through it; it is possible to see how this
    • dissolution comes about, how the Earth-impulses enter into the
    • pulsating through the human body, then you also see how this blood
    • becomes rarefied again in the heart, how in its finest
    • towards the head, however much we tried to think about the world and
    • physical brain. We have to resort to occultism to learn how the brain
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • I had to point out how a kind of reversal of the forces which led to a
    • somewhat closely into this formation of man, we must see just how man
    • the naturalists will one day be very astonished to find how
    • How was it possible
    • into man from without. From this you see how we can enter ever more
    • human being. You would find a description of how extremely fine
    • clairvoyance. How then must we put the matter from the point of view
    • consciousness of the aura. Notice how Mary is usually depicted with
    • have just been telling you shows the place man holds in the
    • imagine how complex and manifold is the world that lies about us and
    • how our conscious knowledge merely skims the surface of the three
    • soul is assailed by trials in which it has to learn how to develop
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    • Dionysian Mysteries. He shows how the same living reality of the spiritual
    • the course of these lectures we have been able to show how in the most
    • In this way he shows that he is seeking for an explanation of the
    • However it is now a matter of common experience that the soul works
    • instance how the ancient Greeks got rid of this wonder in quite a
    • I have to show
    • there comes over him the feeling: ‘How hopelessly cut off from
    • There I showed that in the attainment of the customary intellectual
    • enter, learns how to plunge into the work of countless generations
    • hierarchies have been at work upon us, we learn how our physical,
    • the hierarchies, we learn how cosmic Spirits have been at work in
    • how the spiritual hierarchies have laboured, and how man is the goal
    • us to make our ideas as to how the gods have laboured at the
    • developed shows that a man's outer movements, the movements of
    • see how shortsighted are the people who say that Spiritual Science
    • world leads us in the end to the void. However hard a man is
    • with purely theoretical. We have to say to ourselves: ‘However
    • tenuous the ideas are, or however slight is what our egotism enables
    • is only meant to give a slight indication of how it is possible to
    • tenuous ideas, but however far we soar into the widths of space, we
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the ages down to the present day. Grimm has been able to show that
    • onwards from the life of Raphael to our own time. Grimm has shown how the
    • great significance when we thus see how a uniform spiritual essence
    • the human soul must experience. How clearly evident this is in a spirit
    • world that we see in Augustine, — how impossible all this appears
    • in the Greek spirits who everywhere reveal how deeply their soul-content
    • of humanity shows evidence of a division, a mighty incision. Into this
    • wholly to the powers of the spirit and soul. How utterly different,
    • It is wonderful to observe how this soul advances onwards thus, and
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself
    • however, Raphael got more refined and transplanted ihimself to Perugia,
    • spheres.” In Perugia, however, which was the scene of his youthful
    • was led to the fire of martyrdom with his companions, and how from the
    • rises up, showing us visibly in history how Raphael's soul stands out
    • devil in his body, who always likes to show his teeth to his enemies.
    • In these circles there was not much Christian piety. There was, however,
    • How was this possible?
    • feel how something wafts towards the Earthly when, for instance, we
    • beautiful forms. Raphael, however, remained with me as a breath, as
    • into Raphael's soul and we realize how from amid the environment already
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    • to understand how an animal obeys at a glance, could not discover such
    • what horses are able to perceive! Such an explanation, however, rescued
    • This question should however
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    • as the fate aid life of the present day humanity living around us. How
    • and how, when we let the contents of the Iliad — of the Odyssey
    • From the general human standpoint we know how plastically the figures
    • of our physical eyes. And how does such a national epic as this continue
    • shown to be the result of the wrath of Achilles. Further, another peculiar
    • question which penetrated deeply into the heart. How in this Iliad, as well
    • the other heroes. Homer also brings before us how Achilles has to settle
    • belong to the human kingdom; how the whole way through the Iliad he
    • how strange it is, that when we focus all our human feelings in the
    • often appears such that we are obliged to say: How egotistical! How
    • of Occult Science or Theosophy, how a very intellectual man such as
    • strange however, that when we consider this field of battle in the Iliad,
    • on the Iliad itself we find many a word of resignation which shows us
    • take one case. How do Thetis the mother of Achilles, Athene, and other
    • And then we find how Kriemhilde and Brunnhilde whom we meet at the same
    • faithful servant Hagen to kill Siegfried. That again shows us a feature
    • directly connects everything with the divine-super-sensible, which shows
    • a human form. But we recognise even here, how the Divine resounds through
    • how characteristically do we encounter the Trinity in the three —
    • soul-forces. If we only consider these three forms externally, how they
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    • like first to remind you how events which take place behind the veil of
    • us recall how in many of our
    • sees nature sprouting and budding; he sees how the plants grow and
    • come to flower, how life everywhere springs up out of the soil. All
    • heart and soul; he will discern how the sprouting and budding life of
    • nature unfolds, how the elemental spirits fly and whirl in a pattern
    • however, we are to participate in this
    • will come to realise how he has been living through a waking-sleep of
    • process in the human organism. We can see how, on the one hand, man
    • how the dragon-like serpent-form of Ahriman winds its way among the
    • from a particular constellation, meteors fall in great showers
    • this majestic display in cosmic space, when the August meteor showers
    • on the other we recognise how the sulphur-process and the
    • and the universe. And then we can see how, especially when autumn is
    • — you learn to experience how at this autumn festival of
    • strong will — that is how we should conceive of the Michael
    • the dragon as filled not with indifferent clouds but with showers of
    • meteoric iron. These showers take form from the power that streams
    • of the cosmos. Then the pictures will show what is really there, and
    • not what fanciful individuals may somehow portray in pictures of
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    • of Michael battling with the Dragon, as shown to us through an inner
    • to show schematically what the Earth is like in this respect we shall
    • has been shown by the work of Frau Dr. Kolisko. At our Biological
    • seed-nature is continually showering down on the Earth, so that from
    • however, would become a
    • To-morrow I will describe how man has emancipated himself from all
    • imagine how this could be portrayed.
    • forth from man into the cosmos, and this could be shown as a heavenly
    • this would really have to be shown
    • comes forth from the Moon-element. We see how the clouds are
    • we understand the depths of winter, how
    • it shows us the connection of the cosmos with man, with man who takes
    • above. That is how we have to represent the head and eyes of Mary, as
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture III: The Easter Imagination
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    • must realise clearly how it is that in
    • spring approaches, however, and
    • remarkable drama. He sees how everywhere the hopes of the Ahrimanic
    • beings play over the Earth like an astral wind, and how the Ahrimanic
    • influences that are still active, but to-day I wished to show you how
    • before him. And here we see how into Earth-evolution there came
    • how the Luciferic force up above would like to suffocate physical
    • as we have shown here in painting and sculpture. And here is shown
    • also how the Christ overcomes the force that seeks to draw the upper
    • Spring. That is how we must picture Him: standing on the earthly,
    • the end of September. You will see how right it was to portray the
    • see again how nothing can be rightly done out of the arbitrary
    • call for a Mystery Play, showing man taught by Raphael to see how far
    • the Ahrimanic and Luciferic forces make him ill, and how through the
    • able to show them to you only as pictures. But in the case of the
    • can develop in the neighbourhood of the Christ, I could show how the
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    • will try to show it on the blackboard,
    • comes to oneself and asks — How is it that these
    • of the Earth. And if one looks up to the heights, how is it then? The
    • weaving of Nature. As to how Gabriel — to use the old name
    • In the last lecture I showed you how at Easter, the season of spring,
    • see how the silver given by the Earth to the cosmos returns as gold,
    • the earnest gaze of Uriel we gain the impression of how the
    • the process of crystallisation? — now we see how at
    • must imagine how all that I have
    • crystal-forming power. But he feels also how this same power is in
    • feels how all that comes about through mankind as morality in these
    • death united with the spirit-life of the universe; and he feels how
    • however, lives in a certain sense as an
    • like this. The first words endeavour to represent how the gaze of Uriel
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    • yourselves how from all these Beings, Gabriel, Raphael, Uriel,
    • stream again into man. In order to understand this, we must see how
    • understanding, unfortunately, for how things really are. For example,
    • medical textbooks always describe how man breathes in oxygen from the
    • air and how the carbon within him takes up the oxygen; this process
    • pair of stones suspended inside him.” That is more or less how
    • us recall the last picture: how at St.
    • he sees how little are human errors compatible with the abstract but
    • however, is not at rest, but in majestic movement. This must be so,
    • forces of Uriel and see how they stream into man through the course
    • the forces of nature in spring, as I have described. I had to show
    • you how the Easter Imagination is completed through the teaching that
    • he comes to know how Raphael is active in human breathing.
    • shows the way, as it were, into the world and would gladly draw the
    • How
    • And how far-reaching is the truth in these words, how far they go!
    • How
    • how in yesterday's lecture I spoke of it all passing over from plastic
    • profoundly, for that is just how it is — it is true! It is
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    • For I hope to show that in a definite sense and one that is of
    • however, it would be true to say that it is as ancient as the
    • reflection will show that it is not.
    • how his great Epic is all inwoven with the workings of the
    • moving their very hearts. They knew how to put the words in
    • culture. And however hard modern natural science may try to
    • however much of a materialist he may be — his
    • all scientific notions and point to the reality, showing how
    • me here make a trivial comparison. How many people are there
    • How does Christ Himself wield dominion in the minds and hearts
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    • am speaking of how it was experienced by the Apostles
    • observe them and hear how they were speaking now, they seemed
    • Gospels as the Denial. He beheld this scene of the Denial, how
    • not propose, however, to go further into this particular
    • very deepest sense brings the conviction of how intimately a
    • the lecture yesterday I spoke of how by the time of Greek
    • pictures how this knowledge had spread in a way
    • of nature, but I cannot do otherwise than convey to you how one
    • Jesus had been received into the earth. The stone, however,
    • reminded of how they had fallen into this condition of sleep
    • remarkable is how the particular events came up into the
    • saw, too, how He had taught and instructed them from the realm
    • really happened to them. And how did they recognise that this
    • Apostles. He saw how he had gone about with the Risen One. But
    • emanate from its soil. As, however, we cannot ignore them but
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    • perceive how peoples and nations arise and then pass away, how
    • evolution of humanity, think of how it has been misunderstood!
    • another ... This is how Renan speaks of Christ Jesus. He had
    • frauds to be perpetrated. Strangely enough, however, Renan is
    • this being. Curious, is it not? But it proves how strongly men
    • again how different it was with the Christ Being from what it
    • feel how the Divine power steadily waned in this process of
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture IV
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    • by his lofty answers. We, however, know why it was possible for
    • eighteenth years of his life, however, a mighty struggle was
    • and who regarded him as a wonder-child. Then, however, he
    • shows that this cult had spread far and wide. Although to many
    • and Ahriman — that he witnessed how the heathen peoples
    • still under the mighty impression of how demonic powers held
    • direst, most concentrated form ... had seen how sacred rites
    • question: How, how can an end be made of this misery?
    • strict probation, to show by his conduct during this period, by
    • Chronicle has shown that the name “Essene” derives
    • Judaism for those of the Essenes. As, however, the tenets
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture V
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    • change had come about in him. And now he often felt: Ah! how
    • his soul. And now he was often mindful of how, before his
    • the deeper spirit of the universe, how open his soul had been
    • life had been since his twelfth year, how he had found himself
    • able to assimilate Hebrew learning which seemed, however,
    • to well up quite spontaneously in his soul, how his journeys
    • knowledge and religion; he thought of how between his
    • how, in about his twenty-fourth year, he had entered into the
    • the gifts that had shown themselves in him since his twelfth
    • splendid gifts of which he had shown evidence since then.
    • knew how profound had been the words spoken by Hillel. It was
    • showing him to have been a man of infinite patience with
    • spoke of how he had wandered into places where heathen rites
    • Remembrance came to him of how he had fallen to the
    • ground while standing at the heathen altar, how he had heard
    • ancient Mysteries of the different peoples, and of how much of
    • remembered how this worship had gradually deteriorated and
    • however, he made the third mighty utterance, arising from his
    • Lucifer is, knew how souls on earth must act if they desire to
    • temptation, the Christ Being knew how the gods are truly served
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    • science has shown us the way to understand in a much higher sense
    • And this soul then feels how this will is really received through the
    • spiritual experience shows us this.
    • spiritual world we know that we can help and how we must help at a
    • upon us, and we learn from them how we could have met this or that
    • more adequately, how we could have used our powers more strongly and
    • can treat it in a way which shows us we have benefited from the first
    • think, clairvoyant consciousness can see how something like spiritual
    • Section of cerebellum, enlarged, showing tree-like
    • how a man who has become especially wise stretches out the organs of
    • and know how to intervene where it is necessary. When we are inclined
    • And how
    • give to Lucifer. We have seen how what is of the nature of courage
    • and of temperance goes into the organs, and how the organs are
    • an individual way, by showing the children again and again that they
    • the extension of its horizons. Giordano Bruno showed men that there
    • Spiritual science shows men that there is not only earthly life, but
    • a fixed boundary up in the sky. Giordano Bruno showed that there is
    • science shows that birth and death are not there, but that we
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
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    • about philosophical questions today, however, cannot ignore
    • knowledge, astrology and alchemy, to perceive how nature
    • was approached in former times — how human thinking as a
    • it is precisely when we now ask ourselves: How, in turn, can
    • scientific point of view): How can we, from the standpoint of
    • lectures that follow — knows how the state of the spirit,
    • the physical state of the person, and how from this physical
    • lectures which follow will show that I do not need to say
    • theory, to a denial of human freedom. In this respect, however,
    • to say: however much science, from its very premises, is bound,
    • distinguishing them, however, we indicate at the same time how
    • no longer realize how much of what has emerged historically in
    • however, when he wished to develop cognitive powers that are
    • Because of man's constitution at that time, however, it was
    • human lyricism, how, when by experiencing he recognizes it and
    • sympathy with all things, and how it manifests to him his own
    • to show, it hides from us the spiritual world. It was, quite
    • seen how the one way, yoga, tried to arrive at thinking
    • images only to begin with, but images that show us life
    • modern man. It brings us, however, to an experience that is
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    • organism. On reflection, however, we cannot help
    • concept of this arm-lifting or hand-movement. How this
    • thought or concept flows down into our organism, however, how
    • it informs our muscles, and how finally there comes about what
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • many words to explain scientifically how these enigmas creep
    • so that we cannot see how it can penetrate dynamically the life
    • to show that ordinary consciousness is incapable of
    • recent years, however, psychology has, understandably and
    • is here that the other enigma of the soul comes in. However
    • how concepts combine and separate, how attention
    • operates, how memory develops in life etc.? — if,
    • the philosophy of life I am advocating. It shows that by
    • however, find fantastic and harmful the exercises which follow
    • have already suggested how, as modern man, we manage by certain
    • arrives at the crucial point, how his thinking, from what I
    • Now, however, a very great deal depends on our carrying over
    • them from consciousness again. However, one must develop this
    • There is another point to consider, however, if you seek to
    • establish by philosophical speculation how the soul affects the
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    • development shows that men have increasingly been compelled to
    • however humble his position. It is unfortunate that as yet we
    • the eighteenth century, however, history, falling as it did
    • particularly fitted to reveal how, even in one's most intimate
    • can do, however, is to recollect something that was an
    • ordinary experience in the physical world: how by
    • perceive how they differ from the position within this
    • into the way thoughts have functioned within humanity, however,
    • know how, impelled by the modern spirit of science, people
    • doing, however, we approach the reconciliation of science and
    • how, in the course of history, this association of art and
    • rather at developing abilities in him. We see how in the Middle
    • the attitude of today, however, with its strict
    • Only then do we understand how deep in man lie the springs of
    • This, however, takes us back into an age where not only did
    • civilization, beyond words. Originally, however, thought was
    • in Western civilization. We do truly understand it, however, if
    • however, something survives which presents religion, art and
    • today how few new styles are produced in art, and how
    • follow its development and know how to locate it properly
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    • externals — show up as dream-like. Admittedly, from this
    • When this dream-like spiritual life works on us, however, and
    • we lovingly submit to it without at first noticing how much it
    • (to them) fantastic character. If so, we may ask: How, then,
    • us imagine for a moment that we are in the laboratory: how
    • direct observation! Look how we regard the light flooding
    • through the world! How we regard it by means of abstract
    • But how remote are the observations we record on light and
    • constellations, seems to him an echo which is, however,
    • Thus we see how the East developed the view that the spiritual
    • semblance, the great illusion, maya. It would, however, be
    • I have shown, by awakening powers dormant in the soul we can
    • physical eye. When we develop this vision, however, the
    • However, anyone who simply wishes to accept the everyday life
    • worlds — how in its particulars our physical organism is
    • observation. For him, however, from everything that he
    • assumed the most varied forms — we can see how the sense
    • world, however, and to change the forces of decline into
    • prevails here; Burckhardt describes how men feel, what their
    • attitude to one another is, and how through the opinions they
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    • mysticism. If however you should then attempt, as it became
    • I am advocating. Instead, I should like today to try and show
    • you how spiritual science can arrive at a cosmology and a
    • results, however, should be enough to demonstrate that there
    • consequences. It shows, for example, that we must go
    • Objective reflection on this state of affairs, however, enables
    • However clear our consciousness is up to a certain point in a
    • first, however, this is linked with an appreciable
    • we attain in higher cognition, however, does not incorporate
    • sometimes sought by a false mystical path. I have shown
    • how the human will can be developed, and how it is possible to
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • now supervenes, however, what I already hinted at yesterday: by
    • our comprehensive inner organism, and learn how its individual
    • ourselves and thereby perceive how vitalized thought
    • see how in fact differences of thought can also operate
    • this way, we see how the psychic element continues to vibrate
    • states of the earth by means of this world-memory, how can we
    • course modified — the theory of how the individual bodies
    • space, to rotate the cloud. This point, however, has been
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    • immediate concrete reality. Today, however, I want to establish
    • must say this in advance, in order to show that it is only by
    • the history of humanity with an open mind, however, we observe
    • formulated, almost as an abstract theory, however, is a feature
    • significance that this power of the intellect has shown itself
    • seriousness, however, we are cast for a moment, by this
    • Now, in the last few days I have shown how the development of
    • Thereby, however, a certain perspective on extremely
    • will agree how fortunate it was for his inner harmony of soul
    • intellectuality, however, but through its whole being. There is
    • true, have their uses in life. To the child, however, their
    • from it. You can see this by observing how even
    • discovered this fact. Spiritual science shows that, by
    • must set aside, we set it aside. The individual will know how
    • achieves by understanding nature can also see how he has
    • straightforward example — how Helmholtz, let us say, a
    • most recent discoveries, we can follow how, in anyone who
    • Modern man lacks such inspiration, however, when he comes to
    • moral and social sphere. Today, however, we need to be able,
    • to show that there must be such a thing as moral intuition. And,
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    • this is true, however, then the change in external economic
    • we must also remember that, however social structures may
    • between men, however, involves trust. And trust involves a kind
    • ideas that I have just been describing. Then, however, he went
    • The essential point, however, is that we can see quite clearly,
    • just with a phenomenon like this, how fundamentally the mode of
    • Europe. From this, however, we must suppose that the variations
    • of these older views, towards which, however, objective science
    • awareness of how impulses from extra-terrestrial nature,
    • spiritualization. In this way, however, something unspiritual
    • foundations. And however much these things are disguised in
    • external appearance, as can be shown quite clearly by an
    • from week to week, authorities that laid down how the land was
    • themselves evolved, however, was something that had
    • conception how it activates the vigorous body or is influenced
    • linked at the same time, however, to a particular feeling that
    • man and man among the Ancient Greeks, and recognize how it has
    • element, and see how it has transmitted to us religious
    • where these go back to the Middle Ages, we perceive how, in the
    • thinking. We notice, however, that with the transition from
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    • however, is not to draw up a list of all the various deficiencies that
    • `mind's eye' I would say, how the various nations of the
    • civilized world behave to one another, how they attack one
    • another, and how they hold within them the seeds of further
    • my lectures here, I have pointed out more than once how our
    • yesterday how at the threshold of the spiritual life of the
    • on the question: How does Plato's ideal relate to the
    • realize how, in the last analysis, the historical
    • however, is that these men of different type did not have the
    • science, however, had not merely to accept something that
    • however, often really betray a certain philistinism, resting as
    • was accessible to the wisdom of the time. This shows that
    • manner of its survival, however, was determined by the fact
    • experience to the full his personality. In this way, however,
    • possible by a division of labour. I was able yesterday to show
    • order. And in attempting repeatedly to show proletarian
    • like — how it would have to be different from the ways
    • what such a man thinks; in this case, however, what he was
    • outlook, however, was the quite definite assumption that
    • he might perfectly well be a Cabinet Minister! This shows the
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  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • it ever has before. It seems to me, however, that nowadays we
    • by not merely showing how a
    • the present, however, the most important point is not really
    • and know how to handle them in such a way that, out of your
    • emerge; and if you show people that what you say is well
    • show them that this is because in fact, from about the
    • is not my wish to argue for one view or the other, however, but
    • my point of view, however, it was really an illuminating
    • how should it be otherwise? For, after all, vast sections of
    • can see at once how impossible it is really to grip men's
    • ourselves, however much we may deny it, speak, even in
    • something new. But, when it is understood, it can show
    • creature of instinct. They describe to the working-man how
    • us, however, remember the view of man's inner make-up that I
    • have developed in the last few days. I have shown how the
    • being a spiritual element. Once we realize this, however, we
    • eat. How their eyes light up when you give them something that
    • the appropriate social structures. How long this will take
    • not to calculate how long it may take for men to reach these
    • it in quite different contexts of ideas. What is said, however,
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    • demonstrate how mankind could achieve social thinking and
    • about relationships among and between men, however
    • bridged simply by having a theory of how to bridge them; they
    • however, we now attempt to reach a clear understanding of
    • This attitude, however, leaves out of account something that
    • beyond abstractions, however much they may fancy themselves as
    • invention or discovery. But when you ask: How did this
    • the depths of men's souls. You see how they have undergone a
    • are, however, also affected by another factor, one that has
    • of primary importance. What matters is that the trend has shown
    • purpose. I should, however, like to emphasize the emergence in
    • need only look at Rotteck's work to see how the idea of natural
    • opposition to this, however, there emerged in the first half of
    • historical development, and see how, from customs and
    • somehow arrive at what is actually the law in a given sphere.
    • enjoyed such a vogue among men, we can see how various
    • But when you go further and examine how the things that had
    • however, the associations must be so constituted as to contain
    • the same time, however — and this must be emphasized over
    • ramifications, we should perceive how it constantly impels men
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    • awake. But how the Will arises, and passes over into action, of this man
    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • how the will spreads out there, of this you know nothing more
    • You can clearly conceive how you put a morsel of food on a fork; you
    • can also conceive to a certain extent how you bite this morsel; but
    • how you swallow the morsel, this you do not even dream. For the most
    • how he himself is included in the cosmos. He also was aware imaginatively
    • How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • of our spiritual scientific stream. How much the earnestness is necessary
    • We then see how, especially
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the world,
    • which shows us how life is connected with the spiritual scientific view,
    • of life, yea, as an art of life, when it is carried into all life. How
    • say of the Anthroposophical Society, showed itself to be in such mutual
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    • certain individuals. However, the stages of human existence that we
    • concerning it, they are of course awake. But how the will arises
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • flow into the hand — how the will spreads out there — you can
    • even dream, we sleep. You can clearly conceive of how you put a
    • of how you bite this morsel; but how you swallow the morsel, this
    • be able to make further discoveries for yourselves. However,
    • how he himself is included in the cosmos. He also was aware
    • How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • of our spiritual scientific stream. How much earnestness is
    • We then see how, that where an
    • tomorrow. That is impossible because they arise naturally. However,
    • qualities which not only show themselves in him as they do in the
    • This is also something which shows us
    • how life is connected with the spiritual scientific view, and can
    • an art of life; when it is carried into all life. How beautiful it
    • Anthroposophical Society, showed itself to be in such mutual
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    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • that one cannot know. We cannot even know how this world itself
    • regardless as to how he experiences it there, he himself
    • “No matter how acute a certainty is experienced in one's
    • how, in reality, St. Augustine with a far greater justification
    • think how, 600 years before the Mystery of Golgotha, Buddha,
    • evolution. Among the many things which show the mighty
    • die. And, however highly for other reasons the Sun-life was
    • age is has, however, become important, far more important than
    • recognise through your sleep-life how the Moon-forces are
    • see how from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • back at the standpoint of St. Augustine, how we can understand
    • people trouble so little as to how certain impulses in
    • life. These persons do not know how, perhaps not quite
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    • Frenz in 1984. Since the report showed a series of
    • social order. One who wants to say, more or less precisely, how
    • extol Theosophy; rather we only want to show that with it
    • is correct in practice. One that has applied himself to how, in
    • of what is urgent. It shows the discrepancy in his
    • insertions by the German editor.}: “How often, earlier on, when
    • only learned how it looks; but how things should be done, that
    • them, and how this idle circumlocution in congresses
    • shows itself in its uselessness.
    • few words how the life of today has shaped itself, how this
    • few figures will tell us how much the majority has of all
    • how many people in Prussia have an income of less than 800 or
    • that speak of how many people have what one must have as
    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • the preceding conditions, can show us what to do. It is the
    • The great laws that are to be realized in the future show us
    • how, in higher spiritual realms, what obtains as law is nothing
    • in later times. If it had merely gone on like that, however,
    • will thereby again know how to place itself in the world, so
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    • with his way of seeing the world in its substance, we feel how
    • to show how the Christian spirit identified itself with
    • art, to show how it found a home in Pre-Raphaelite, in
    • And we see how there comes about, under this influence, the
    • conception of the world develop, powerless, however, to create
    • particularly interesting and significant because it shows
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • unspiritual way — but how it is unable to find any sort
    • mysteries, however close at hand, but is only desiring to
    • Thus we see how edifices arose — for certain reasons I do
    • artistic form. This, however, is not adapted, like Greek or
    • humanity; how different are the buildings where, in the fitting
    • understand how this, no more than a beginning, flows from a
    • were absolutely right, only the future can show, when the facts
    • prove how far the culture of the present day is taking up the
    • world to-day, and let him see from it how much
    • opportunity there was of understanding our movement, how
    • itself, and, because the outside world showed so little
    • just these opinions show that the re-birth of Europe is only
    • find, however, a queer fish of a fellow, a simple journeyman
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    • ‘When one considers such an address, it shows once again how
    • shows to what extent your spirit holds together the rich totality of
    • Schopenhauer, and let us see first how Schopenhauer stood
    • He repeatedly emphasizes how unreal and meaningless Fichte's
    • see how they stand. There is a beautiful letter in which Hegel
    • philosopher and shows us what we can think and comprehend, he works
    • Haeckel, as he shows in every book, is determined to stand on the
    • know how widely apart Virchow and Haeckel stood from each other.
    • But Virchow also, who saw eye to eye with Haeckel in so few things,
    • contradictions and struggles of world-conceptions, is able to show,
    • point of view, but rather scales the mountain and shows that it is
    • consider how far Goethe coincides with the deepest feelings of
    • as if it would soon disappear, Goethe relates how he stood in front
    • had it in that comprehensive manner which is another proof of how
    • we should be able to show the working of his whole method.
    • the Snake moreover if she could not inform them how to come
    • How many secrets do you
    • polite.’ Then she relates how the Will-o'-the-Wisps went for
    • prefers, however, to have a visible hand, even if it is useless. If
    • handsome Youth, who, however, as he says, has lost all his
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    • Now how does man succeed in developing the capabilities
    • principle of initiation; which is shown us most particularly in his
    • show how concerned the theory of the soul is to overcome the
    • one-sidedness of intellectualism, and if further, I wanted to show
    • say that this shows how impossible the demand is that the power of
    • objective results in science. When science itself shows its
    • impossibility, shows that everywhere Will plays a part, on what
    • the microscope shows, but also what feeling and will dictate
    • lead deeper into the nature of a thing, speaking however to other
    • initiation, and he has shown us the initiation of man through the
    • How that happens is pointed out in the course of the story.
    • knowledge-capacities. When he has reached this point, however, he is
    • awakening in him, is shown us by Goethe in his
    • shown by the fact that the Ferryman has to refuse it —
    • shows no lack of honour to Schiller if he is taken as an example of
    • the whole circumstances in which they appear and act, Goethe shows
    • soul-types, how it harms and benefits. In truth, if someone
    • him. Goethe shows the advantages equally with the drawbacks of this
    • missing in them. But Goethe also clearly shows how far there is value
    • Goethe gives us also an example of how one is to work on the
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    • important document which Goethe left as his testament, shows
    • interesting to observe how these four stages of Goethe's
    • its inner nature, and how they represent a crescendo in the whole
    • Looking back to the first part we can see how
    • show how Goethe's Faust poem, in the true meaning of the word, is a
    • itself. But how far away were these sources of life from what
    • how far these ‘sources of life’ were removed
    • alchemy. He relates how he came to know of a work through which
    • stiffened dragon, showing how heaven and earth hang together, or as
    • it is expressed there: ‘How the spiritual forces of heaven
    • for Lessing and Goethe. How did it happen that Goethe connected his
    • We see how he seizes on the old book — Goethe called it the
    • how the germs which developed later so wonderfully in Faust were
    • when Faust breaks forth into the words, ‘What a show!’
    • Yes, a very powerful show, when the soul sinks deeply into these
    • future. It is a show. But does it stop at mere guessing?
    • ... but only a show! ...
    • pain, ‘However artistically these characters are drawn,
    • How grand a show! But, ah! a show alone.
    • Each line is deeply felt: — only a show, something
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    • nowhere traversed in a satisfactory way. Now how does Part II
    • to grow into the spiritual world. Then we are shown how his soul
    •  Yet how superb, across the tumult braided,
    •  And evermore the showers of dew descending!
    • can realize how in the course of world-events a part is played by
    • presents the whole affair with a certain humour: how the same
    • phenomena as can control the world — phenomena however which
    • us, where we are shown the part played by supernatural powers, and
    • breast in the morning-red, and we are shown how Faust has
    • spiritual world first approaches him. If you think how, in the
    • Now it is wonderful how we are told the way in which Faust
    • shows us that the man who depicts it is well acquainted with the
    • He read a passage in Plutarch, where is described how the
    • one possessed, or as a clairvoyant. But how could this be known?
    • the glowing tripod. We are concerned to show how a kind of
    • But we see how carefully and correctly Goethe proceeds by the
    • fact that he shows us the way into the spiritual world which he
    • only who is worthy can tread slowly and with resignation. He shows
    • life, but many. Goethe shows with the certainty of knowledge that
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  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • thinking man must be inclined to ask: ‘How has the present
    • How has it come about through the long course of evolution?’
    • present age is however one that is peculiarly prejudiced in its
    • different from that of the man of to-day. I should like to show
    • you from real instances how man lived in the East, let us say,
    • ten thousand, or fifteen thousand years ago, and how different
    • he was in nature from the Greek, and how still more different
    • knew how to experience their own head. And as you, when you
    • To-day we are not in the habit of asking, how does one breathe
    • how the head opens with relative freedom in the direction of
    • image of how the Earth opens to the Cosmos. It was a mighty
    • time however there was no such thing as making notes even in
    • are however the relics of the ancient monuments and signs put
    • formation of many words to-day; and you can observe how little
    • are in reality relating how the great heroes went forth from
    • on the evolution of what is within man; we must consider how
    • know how much the power of memory means for the man of to-day.
    • did not know how — into a Casual Ward in Berlin.
    • and which show us how the soul-life of the man of to-day is not
    • wanted to show, by a special example, how man's mind and soul
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    • rhythmic memory, and I showed how with the Greek evolution that
    • conjure up! For the ancient Oriental, however, all his
    • There were however moments when the sleeper would feel: An
    • we see to-day in clear sharp outlines; as an Initiate however
    • and he has no idea how devilish it is to do such a thing
    • feel how God works in his hand, in his very fingers, works in
    • Compare this with the conceptions men have to-day. How far is
    • Thus we see how in that ancient Eastern time the Spiritual
    • hand see how it was accepted in those times as something quite
    • This is, however, broadly speaking, the substance of oriental
    • those times, however, man had a perfectly clear
    • is how it is with present-day humanity. Now a young race, a
    • from the Gods. For how did external objects present themselves
    • how did man feel towards such knowledge? He did not by any
    • however, in their limbs. They felt their limbs set free from
    • compensation for this, however, they met in this godless land
    • forest devoid of Spirit. Theirs, however, was the
    • into subjection. However far back we look into Asia, everywhere
    • we find how the young races who cannot of themselves develop
    • When, however, we turn our gaze away from Asia to the land of
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  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • was linked to rhythmic experience. And we have seen how this
    • recurrences. From the constellations man perceived how things
    • unnoticed, as it were; most people do not notice how the
    • etheric body, even when awake. He knew how to distinguish: This
    • it is, however, to this personality that he has, as it were, a
    • know how during the Atlantean epoch souls descended, some
    • Cosmos. It was, however, in the meaning of those times, what I
    • bearers of this original wisdom, however, who once went about
    • personality who is called Gilgamesh in the Epic had, however,
    • followed. In those olden times, however, of which we are
    • is in truth no mere superficial account that relates how
    • it was so that in this ancient Mystery centre they knew how to
    • is, however, one thing by means of an initiation to acquire
    • Mystery, which however only bore half fruit in him. The result
    • humanity. Both were able to put the question to themselves: How
    • soul unless one had at the same time some vision of how human
    • could become living Ideas in them, a far-spread vision, showing
    • them how the Earth evolved, and how in the heave and surge of
    • idea how such things were experienced in olden times; and it
    • times. Such a spiritual vision, however, concerning
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  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • yesterday to show from the example of individual
    • personalities how the historical evolution of the world runs
    • by showing the consequences of events as they reflect
    • experience of freedom. The farther we go back however into
    • have shown you how these personalities lived in the ancient
    • men of that time, and how they afterwards experienced a
    • have told you how the personality who is concealed behind the
    • after the truth, the real truth. And he was shown how,
    • however: we must lose the very ground from under our feet. For
    • After the pupil had found how in the one statue, owing to its
    • elasticity, the form was always re-established, and how in the
    • working of the Sun in the Cosmos, and how its working is
    • how Sun and Moon work upon the human being; even as we to-day
    • can say, from the experience of our eyes, how the rose affects
    • Post-Atlantean times, how man is placed, as it were, in the
    • humanly-imaged Logos, it was shown to the pupil how the Cosmic
    • how his “word” looks in the element of air; and
    • moreover, how two further processes are united with what takes
    • received at Ephesus, when he was shown how in his own speech
    • Cosmic Word. He could perceive how the Cosmic Word set in
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  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • that quarter — as we to-day feel how the wind blows from
    • know how to-day, when there is carbonic acid in the air, that
    • Greece was however gradually working herself free from the
    • shadows; we may observe how step by step the Greek civilisation
    • however has Sophocles come forward when man begins to tear
    • you must imagine how the knowledge that belonged to the ancient
    • showed you how the mission of Alexander the Great was inspired
    • will readily understand how that which in the East had been
    • significance for later times. Of the first importance however
    • of his chief aims. He went however as far east as India, and
    • medieval and modern, or however else they may be designated
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • serves to show what was still left of the ruins — for so
    • will remember how in my book
    • What Julian, however, is able to receive in these Mysteries has
    • Cosmic All; he saw how man depends on and is linked with the
    • What remained was a looking back. In the time, however, of
    • friends, what a tremendous change we have here! Think how the
    • past. In the time that followed, however, mankind as such had
    • however, with gigantic force, and to-day we are going through a
    • however, which the scholiasts and subsequently the scientists
    • forth and shows itself as human understanding. The gymnast is
    • things. For we can see how the expeditions of Alexander and the
    • have told you on many occasions how the new life of the Spirit
    • was able to begin at the end of the seventies, and how from the
    • conscious of these wonderful connections and of how deeply the
    • shall not however be able to judge of its full significance
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • kingdoms of Nature. In modern times however there is no longer
    • on the diseased human being. All this investigation however
    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • In those times, however, something else was known, namely, that
    • the coarser measuring instruments with which to determine how
    • know how when we investigate the constitution of man, we sum it
    • about the physical body? How can we gain a true idea of it?
    • perhaps come and show you a piece of coal, a piece of black
    • streaming in on all sides from the periphery. You can even show
    • single organs, how they are placed in the whole cosmic system.
    • How
    • the whole Cosmos. But the animal is somehow prevented from
    • This is how it is with the gall-fly. What then does the
    • is true, show some irregularity of shape, but in the main the
    • tell you these things that you may understand how necessary it
    • in their historical aspect and connections. It must, however,
    • the fire. When, however, the warmth of the fire reaches the
    • The truth is, however, that the moment my organism receives the
    • indications. Think them over. Think how the albumen has to be
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  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • who were present will remember how it took its start from
    • writing of the stars. And you will remember how we were able
    • describe how thought and influence streamed down from the
    • meet with men; they knew how all that carries and sustains the
    • again in human history we have to hear how a man who strives
    • below in the physical life of men. We can already describe how
    • have told you how the Mysteries were continued here and there
    • example, to the Holy Graal, must know how to tread spiritual
    • conversation, wherein is shown once again — though in a
    • form that belongs to a more modern age — how the Wisdom
    • are an etheric body, you are like an animal. Here however you
    • bodies which united him with the Hierarchies. For he felt how,
    • learned increasingly to feel how closely related warmth of soul
    • man of later times gradually lost all knowledge of how his
    • Divine. The Rosicrucian pupil however knew this well; he knew
    • life on earth as earthly man, in that moment he knew how to
    • you have shown to me how earthly man has his own proper element
    • memory, however, grew to be terribly painful. For in a manner
    • Goetheanum. But we shall only show ourselves worthy of having
    • time feel how to-day, as we dedicate ourselves with solemn vow
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    • importance are preserved — many a legend tells of how, in
    • Threshold and was instructed by him how to enter the spiritual
    • how souls during sleep approach the Guardian of the Threshold
    • however, to call attention to the position in which human
    • anthroposophical activity. In future we shall know exactly how
    • the practice of medicine people must be shown that ours are the
    • anthroposophical souls, however, it is said: You have now to be
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    • fundamental reason for this name, and how it is connected with
    • they have, they do not rightly know how to take their place in
    • however, more than a mere comparison, and is to lead directly
    • question will appear: How is what he himself experiences within
    • numberless others that spring up. For one will soon feel how
    • observation gives us certainty about how the dream works. When
    • How, then, do representations come about? and how is the
    • world. For example, in recollections we call to mind how we met
    • some one, the effect someone had upon us, how a friendship was
    • tells how, through a special development of the soul-forces,
    • takes shape. One notices how undifferentiated this brain was
    • learns to know, I might say, how the soul moves about in the
    • spiritual realm, one comes to know how the soul, as man's real
    • know how the ego has already passed through the spiritual world
    • between death and a new birth; we learn how it comported
    • always arrived ultimately for anything new in humanity. How
    • the way I have described, and sees how the pre-earthly forces
    • Anthroposophy can show that real spiritual knowledge leads to
    • of the Christ-God in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. It shows
    • also how spirit-knowledge needs the picture of this central
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    • beings. Let us once more make quite clear how it is that we feel
    • in the 3rd in a still different way. One thus sees how the mood of
    • placed in a definite point of time. How this permeation of the
    • inwardly, is somehow produced by the physical and etheric bodies;
    • Science shows that this is a delusion, untrue. We have the Ordering
    • In spite of all that however, a Divine Spiritual
    • order was spread into humanity. Just think how close man of those
    • the world straight up to the Gods! How close the Greek felt his
    • to see how fully convinced the Egyptians were that what man does
    • of a living consciousness which somehow worked thus into the
    • laboratory, how the war was going to end. In this the old concept
    • nothing but watch how the Divine Judgment will fall. That is the
    • details, know how the Concept of Truth can lead the soul of man
    • which I have indicated. We must see how concretely human beings
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    • dream. This dream-life of the child is, however, closely
    • who has gone through initiation observes how consciousness
    • have also called attention to how in more ancient times, when
    • macrocosm, but by gaining accurate knowledge of how the
    • outside this figure; in waking life, however, we must picture
    • however, unaware of this. But what is destroyed is reflected
    • physical body as instrument, we must observe how in autumn
    • the earth. You then see how we are standing in a living way
    • have often emphasised, my dear Friends, how necessary it is
    • processes of destruction, it has without bias to see how our
    • realised how the budding and sprouting that comes forth with
    • dried-up tree-trunk, it is really showing for the first time
    • one way and another somehow else, Everyone has a right to his
    • Christophe”, which, however, to the regret of all
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    • structure of the psycho-spiritual human being. How most
    • unity of the world? How they only find satisfaction when they
    • especially in that it draws attention to how he is placed
    • Think how we might picture this. You have here a surface (a),
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • made. But each one should be quite clear how such
    • can become, and how one should hold oneself far removed from
    • how thoughts begin to play one into the other. If in ordinary
    • task is however that man should go beyond this, and really
    • complete picture of what would happen. He has however such an
    • spirit is not brought about however by heavenly Beings, who
    • something humanity has itself prepared, and one can see how
    • order to show how in the course of the century, thoughts
    • worlds, but how these worlds have themselves worked within
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    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • Mysteries, man's moral nature was shown in a special way to
    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • ask: How can the sentient-soul turn to one side or the other,
    • See how many
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • In those lectures we showed how, in the third
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • in the Anthroposophical Society, but to show that what I have
    • show that among them valour was still a gift of the gods.
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
    • Liberality is a virtue, but Shakespeare also shows us that
    • always actuated by the right moral impulses. And how many
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • possible effect on our lives. This, however, must be attributed
    • to the very nature of our modern culture. It may be asked how
    • To see in times before us how a wise man thought,
    • supposed. In telling how he practiced the piano,
    • relations to the tones. This indicates how Goethe was to be
    • this process, however, through viewing the works and treasures
    • connections with everything. From the very beginning, however,
    • something else, as was done by many students. However, as he
    • Goethe, however, who possessed without doubt a certain sense
    • things, had to witness how Gottsched seized his wig with a
    • graceful turn and jammed it on his head, and how with his other
    • must realize how much passed through his soul as he actually
    • taken care of somehow, no doubt, but his most urgent impulse
    • was to investigate how various laws of nature conform to one
    • world, and this worked on him. The leaning that Goethe showed
    • which was something unheard of at that time. Just think how
    • what constitutes the human being himself, not how he is put
    • occult aspects of the life of the soul and knew how to describe
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • to be his biographers, they fail altogether to observe how rash
    • occupation of Frankfurt, he saw how the famous
    • to the great God of Nature. How impressive and beautiful is
    • environment, and we see how what he brought into this
    • of existence, just consider how shortsighted many kinds of
    • other less important contemporaries. Consider, for example, how
    • again, we see how his soujourn in Rome
    • course of his life, how he becomes an utterly different person
    • however, is spread over many things. For this reason, because
    • but is more diffuse, it does not appear so strikingly. Anyone, however,
    • a natural phenomenon in the organism. However, we never learn to
    • etheric body, however, is the super-sensible member in us that
    • physical body, however, it no longer thrusts its forces into
    • These things are, however, connected with Goethe's illness. The
    • Here we see how a natural event seems to enter with immense
    • conceived spiritually. You will note also how Goethe's life was
    • thus complicated; such experiences determine how we take things
    • example. Goethe, however, needs the influence of life, but he
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • an influence on the rest of humanity? How does it happen that
    • The sensory nerves, however, serve in the perception of the
    • the important point is to know how they are related to the
    • however, and other relationships have been introduced since its
    • relationship while awake. Here we can only ask how it comes
    • consider how man has come to be, that his ego has taken its
    • How this complicates and confuses everything that we have
    • acquired!” Man, however, is a complicated being and we do not
    • to observe how intimate the relationship is. But I have often
    • wrote a letter telling how this dear puppy would be together
    • animals perform something that is seemingly human. How much
    • more objective understanding, how much intellect, is actually
    • image; however, intelligence and wisdom are at the bottom of
    • it strange how closely actual thinking is approached and
    • seemed to be able to count how many ladies were present
    • actual reflection. It turned out, however, that the dog
    • wisdom-filled tasks as he can. It is, however, a different kind
    • however, as in the special case of Goethe, the astral body is
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • show you through a hypothetical case how things took their
    • explained how the earth is awake during the winter and that
    • would require much time to make clear how in the third
    • conditions, how man's relation to his vocation has changed
    • recognize from present conditions how everything will
    • the fifth post-Atlantean period, you will understand how
    • no interest in how what he produced from morning until night
    • reproductions of their vocations and how their vocational lives
    • Anthroposophical Society, however. They are often in the
    • question: How shall I place my child into the evolution of
    • with people in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. They will show
    • near future, however, life will be so complicated that the word
    • inner qualities. However, if we would question people about
    • would, however, be a great deception should one draw such a
    • Just consider how these polarities thrust themselves upon you
    • of humanity who can tell us how everything should be done.
    • important that we come to see more clearly how in earlier times
    • professional life and how subsequently the latter has
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • and, as the Faust unfolds, you can see how
    • see how Faust gradually frees himself from Mephistopheles. Even
    • soul. Since, however, they are not yet willing to adjust to a
    • forgotten. What has been forgotten, however, has not
    • however, she suppressed it — swallowed it, to use a trivial
    • To what extent they are apparent cures, however, we can explain
    • on some other occasion. This, then, is one example of how
    • the bottom of the soul.” How often in life do we hear our
    • over the world. How could one deny that many people today speak
    • the theological psychoanalysts — and I do not know how they
    • dreams. We must learn, however, to judge the formation of
    • all, however, its influence is carried through the portal of
    • mentioning these things I simply wanted to indicate how much
    • there is in a human soul and how this forces its way from one
    • when one is able to see how the bow of karma plays upon the
    • four strings of a human being. However, general points of view
    • however, only insofar as they come to expression in the posture
    • thus, however, mistakenly be given a vocation similar to that
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • have seen how involved the more profound questions of destiny
    • this, however, many things today will be necessary if man is to
    • that has just been published shows how he grew up in poverty,
    • how this compelled him to take the theological training in the
    • accomplished something important. We must understand how he
    • schools which do not show maps to children are of the right
    • introduced into the schools. However, when someone would ask
    • in all its narrowness and how it brought forth this
    • explanation of how the pyramids were built according to a
    • scientific progress. However, it occurred to Max Eyth that the
    • still other things are to be found in Max Eyth. However
    • answered, naturally, but posed. We see here how modern man
    • life. Now we have described a case that shows us how karma is
    • epoch will make people realize how life reveals riddles in a
    • those of earlier periods. How frequently it happents that the
    • however, the peculiar fact is that often not the individuals
    • one difficulty, however. There was a famous actress connected
    • his occupation, and I wish only to show by this example that
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  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VII
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • however, in which the human being is guided toward his new
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • them only once. But it is not only here that we can see how
    • knows how to properly judge previous conditions. If, for
    • relationship to life. Since, however, human beings must become
    • consist merely in learning how to direct children to the right
    • you will recall how I have undertaken to characterize the
    • I have shown you
    • how a current has arisen over the
    • powers; today, however, as we develop toward the future, we
    • judging them correctly. That is how unconscious impulses play
    • developed in the nineteenth century and asked how the bourgeois
    • sense such things in different ways, however, depending on
    • presented by Mill. In his soul, however, all this worked
    • Herzen, however, had no opportunity to take karma and repeated
    • important question is how these views are related to their
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • such attacks because anyone who is not blind sees how these
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • the truth only when we feel and realize how everything, every
    • succeed, however, and was compelled to provide further
    • tell in an interesting way how he was a man so much occupied
    • best. No matter how brilliant and generous a republic, to
    • should take pleasure in it. Experience shows me that things
    • kindness of the Prince, however, gradually subsided and after a
    • ingratitude and fickleness of fate. He had learned fully how
    • must take into consideration, however, that what a man produces
    • appears, however, the connection between the inherited
    • have begun to think of how it may be possible to assist nature
    • especially impelled to reflect on how offspring may be produced
    • is identical with that of how families may be assisted to have
    • as many children as possible; that is, how the conditions
    • shall speak again tomorrow of how conditions arise under which
    • humanity evolves and how these are quite different from those
    • must, however, confront our souls with the question of how far
    • preserved in them — and we shall later discuss how it has been
    • But he says in a delicate way that the cat, for example, shows
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    • Steiner reveals, based on rich details from Goethe's life, how our life
    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • descriptions given by such people, no matter how lofty they may
    • own angel. We already see how strong is the impulse of humans
    • not admit it. When we consider this, however, we see it is an
    • angel, but the luciferic angel. Then, however, the steep
    • have shown you an example of this in the book by Leblais,
    • Just bear in mind how we endeavor by means of spiritual science
    • significance of this event. The question may be asked how the
    • question may arise as to how, indeed, the soul comes to a path
    • also want to show how He has a relationship to it. An angel
    • passed through the portal of death. We must learn, however, to
    • understand a little better how the Christ can be found in the
    • spirit of our times; that is, how a way to Him can be found,
    • since we began with the question, “How can the human being find
    • word of truth in the Gospels — and how many words that we read
    • them.” However, in order to explain the entire spirit of this
    • steam engine! Just think for a moment of how many things would
    • it the letter i. Consider how much less this dot contains than
    • how even those vibrations I spoke of are now added to the demon
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • last lecture as to how human beings may establish a
    • spiritual scientific investigation shows it, and we know it was
    • next subordinate hierarchy, man himself. When we recall how the
    • Roman Caesars had themselves worshipped as gods, how they
    • It is imperative, however, that we force ourselves to its
    • into the luciferic world. In that case, however, all that the
    • have shown you, what is called the eighth sphere was introduced
    • estimate how materialistic it was to designate the moon as the
    • see how dangerous it is to set up truths that may be perverted
    • Let us look at ourselves and see how things have changed.
    • Let us now bear in mind, however, that at the present time,
    • during his lifetime. However, since he developed his ego here
    • person is in this state, however, there lives in him what
    • the one who has died. How can the bond between the two continue
    • however, has been victorious over the Mithraic cult. Why?
    • how to do through its atavism. That is the destiny, the karma,
    • superstition to suppose that they are not. How do we drive them
    • strange how people nowadays are so easily able to adjust to
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  • Title: Mysteries of the Sun: Lecture I
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    • seen how deeply and with what significance it has taken hold
    • We know how differently men perceived and experienced before
    • today. We know how men now look at the stars and say: other
    • however, experienced the following, for example. Let us
    • How
    • can this good Priest do now? Naturally he still has somehow
    • deduction. This is how things are — by getting deeper
    • atom, or anyhow to some matter or force. But the truth is, my
    • concealed, however, when the world is spoken of as consisting
    • try to see clearly how it was with the individual man who
    • however, come near the Christ-Mystery if one does not connect
    • one. I am referring to how constantly people come to one
    • days, to look back, however, in the new way suitable for
    • out. They are, however, only half sucked out, and finally
    • green in diagram.) This, however, is to a great extent
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    • showed you threefold man diagrammatically. It is indeed true
    • we saw how first of all we have to point to man's head. In a
    • skeleton and how easily the head can be detached; it can be
    • physical nature, we should have to show him thus: Head part
    • shown as the red circle A, is connected the spiritual which
    • right. What with regard to the head, I have shown here as
    • not so easy, to show diagrammatically as one would wish.
    • However these are the difficulties to be expected in
    • This is how
    • carry as our head, shows itself to be connected with our
    • however, a connection with the secrets of the old Mysteries,
    • extinguished. Before that year, however, man knew a great
    • concentrated in the breast, which, however, for modern man
    • consciousness, however, lies another that stretches itself
    • difficult conception to which, however, I have to come.
    • see. Behind the red, however, there crosses what otherwise
    • the external world of sense perceptions. But as I showed you a
    • thoughts. World history, however, is very little affected by
    • is so. You know how I have hinted emphatically that I like a
    • shown by the bourgeoisie with their abstract ideas; the
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    • attention to how in all the old world-conceptions they spoke
    • should show us something. It should lead us to reflect how
    • overpowering heat, this is how he would picture it. And when
    • empty space! However this is not the case, there can also be
    • to say it would tear you asunder. By that it would show its
    • nature, that it is more — or it is less, however we can
    • that has slipped into the holes, however, because it is then
    • rather drastic in portraying the brain and how the holes are
    • soul-life, however, continues, just outside the holes. There
    • You see how this part I am now drawing lies beyond the
    • free, however, as a whole it is gradually changed. During
    • drawn back. By their being drawn back, however, the soul-life
    • dear friends, how the possibility of receiving concepts of
    • these last few days. It is true, however, that we have to go
    • what I have been describing. This stroke of luck, however,
    • between death and a new birth, then you also see how the
    • shown that man's head points to the past whereas the
    • Now, however,
    • my next incarnation ... how then should my head be made out
    • must, however, have the possibility of imagining the world to
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    • however, one must observe life itself. And one will then
    • Think of the books we have today, showing the course of
    • right!’ — There are however other statistics
    • out, how many out of a number of persons, who are now 20
    • years old, will be still living in 30 years time, and how
    • How has it
    • comes then to be a question of Capital and Wages, and how
    • the returns side; how conjunctures develope, whether
    • favourable or unfavourable; how upward or downward tendencies develope
    • in economic life, and so on. If one altogether neglects however to give
    • dispensed with. And now, just calculate how many people were
    • at most are disposed of: how much unnecessary work is
    • able to come in, and to show the great connections; because
    • way. How can it be brought to depend in an honest
    • merely from the point of view of how much
    • curious, how hard many people find it in these days to bring
    • realities! That is the most urgent demand of these days! How
    • deal, however, will be needed, before habits of thought,
    • different.” How would Dr. Steiner explain the
    • speaker asked; How the demands of consumption are to
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    • that of propaganda; a how and through what means the
    • of how one thinks of arranging every detail in one particular
    • our repeated experiences was always this: how very difficult
    • last time, how certain proposed plans had failed, and how we
    • together anyhow on a couple of printed sheets, — such
    • — would have held out a hand, would have shown us some
    • you, you simply show yourself to be a specimen of the
    • spiritual life. People who still have some sense of how
    • own inner freedom, and have not the faintest notion of how
    • best reputation in any department, and know best how to
    • business-life; and then people come and ask one: ‘How,
    • how, is one, for instance, to handle the matter really
    • discuss together instead, how these various
    • involved with it, — how they can manage to slip out of
    • various people are concerned with nothing but how to make
    • till they begin to discuss: How can we get free? how can we
    • ever saying, ‘But how about this, and how about thatl! for
    • are asking is, how to carry on our propaganda?’ When you come
    • to think over what I have said however, you will see, that
    • how radically something new is needed.
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • human soul life arbitrarily, but I hope to be able to show how
    • intimately they belong together and how it is hardly possible
    • Anyone who tackles them cannot fail to note how individual
    • other considerations show that it is possible to say as much
    • scientist of spirit first must give an idea as to how he
    • times. But it is precisely because it realizes how to value the
    • it also knows how far these scientific methods can go, and
    • his soul life. We can take an example to show how the scientist
    • why I had to laugh when I saw the book. This shows me how
    • work in the subconscious, and how this subconscious nature
    • the two questions before you so that you see how they have to
    • always been pointed out how something plays into the soul life
    • however, it is necessary to approach these two points that I
    • How
    • We have to be careful not to stop at this, however, for
    • statement he proves how far he is from what is meant
    • made in the laboratory and observatory. However difficult it
    • unconscious, however, but within the spiritual world. We
    • inspiration and intuition. This is how we immerse ourselves in
    • material world with his deepened self, however material
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    • enthusiasm that history stimulates. However, the more we feel
    • normally call history and to see how far it really enables us
    • to think of the American West and how it can evolve in the
    • future, and of the Asiatic East. How can we do this if history
    • how a view of history is attained from all the various things
    • enters decisively into historical evolution. Lamprecht shows
    • quite justifiably how something very important begins at
    • shows, for instance, how the more rudimentary impulses of
    • From this brief description I have given you can see how an
    • investigate how Lamprecht applies the ideas outlined in his
    • is interesting to see how he succeeds in showing that American
    • the forests. And then he describes how the three most important
    • to how history ought to be studied. And something quite
    • historical approach primarily to art, in which, however, his
    • about how history should be studied and how he looked at the
    • How
    • for showing what has to be learned at the present time: that
    • to learn. For however much our age imagines it lives in
    • actual reality, and however odd this may sound it is proved by
    • only wanted to show by way of introduction how our view of
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    • that something further is needed to show that the real being of
    • how in the inner life of the soul one can get away from the
    • a paradoxical way to show his audience what kind of activity
    • how the effect was immediate and convincing, how the audience
    • who had thought the wall, and how their thinking was in a way
    • However, this method does not use the thinking as we do in
    • worlds — that we learn to experience how the thinking can
    • detailed description of how the thinking is handled in my book,
    • is precisely in our meditation that we learn how we make use of
    • actual activity of thinking itself. But how can we do this?
    • elements that are dissolved in it can be extracted from it, how
    • illustration to show how our whole soul life is now altered by
    • and how they were related, in short, he had conceived his
    • the whole thing was once more present in his mind. How did this
    • come about? Well, it shows us that the inner activity, which
    • what it has thought, we very soon become aware how our own
    • show the surprising way this change in our thinking activity
    • However paradoxical this may appear, it is true. This
    • Science can we understand how these exercises are fashioned
    • we know that however filled with ideals we are, the will
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    • nature of Anthroposophy, is intended to show you how little it
    • however, seeks to develop what can be achieved within certain
    • clearly how an unprejudiced mind must regard such ways of
    • of nature, and it must recognize on the other hand how some
    • of the senses. Anthroposophy has to see how mystics, who look
    • had to say this first, in order that it can be seen how
    • of the human organism, through which they try to show that man
    • case can only be shown in practice, and this is what
    • concerned with the question: How is the power of thought to be
    • First, we must observe how we really stand toward thought in
    • This thinking is transformed, however. It does not appear
    • thoughts, which however are no longer abstract, but
    • how a man who receives no external impressions, or has
    • Step by step, he has to show what the soul has to do in
    • can be perceived, how does one know that this is the spiritual
    • experienced through inspired consciousness shows through
    • raise and move the arm or hand. How this thought then dives
    • down into our organism, how it stimulates the muscles and takes
    • holds of the bones, how will makes itself effective within our
    • one must go further: If you observe life, you know how you have
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    • possible to do more than indicate this fact. We can see how the
    • outer conditions of life change from epoch to epoch, how new
    • arises: How is it at all possible for modern science and the
    • aspirations which came with it. We see how people steeped in
    • investigate them and to explain how the substances and physical
    • be imagined as effective in the material world. — And how
    • remarkable his views are! And how justified they are must be
    • it becomes quite clear that however far we are able to go by
    • show more and more by penetrating into the smallest particles
    • understand man through having seen how he arose out of the
    • species of plants and animals shows that even the tiniest cells
    • present-day position of biological research shows that a study
    • latter is also well aware that however admirable these
    • achievements of natural science are, however significant
    • they may be for particular purposes, however necessary they may
    • giving an outline of how one can imagine this other way of
    • science of spirit or anthroposophy shows us that just as we
    • How
    • arbitrarily, but by honest, self-observation, that however much
    • ego anywhere? And how can I in any case — as he quite
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    • of place here. It is, however, necessary to say some few
    • how Eurhythmy in this somewhat inartistic age may be able to
    • conducting music, showing that he attached more importance to
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    • lectures you will have seen how man comes to a kind of
    • American civilisation and so on. But if we ask: How it it
    • how did it become ever more and more differentiated? We must
    • ancient wisdom. This wisdom has however gradually faded away
    • for certain treasures of wisdom ceases, and how even the
    • transpired before the eye of history, we see how muck enters
    • how it is that just in Central Europe this Aesthetic type
    • reincarnated Greek; and we see how the first dawn of the
    • regards Goethe, we see how he works his way up from an
    • science. If you follow how Goethe with Herder studied the
    • Ethics of Spinoza, how Goethe then went to Italy and wrote
    • shown you in general outline; but I will rest content with
    • view one can put this question: How does the spirit, the way
    • have any better logic. This, however, is not so easy to
    • judgment. All this must be said, if one speaks of how
    • Just think how on all sides to-day human beings tend to shut
    • How to Attain Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • untruth, the consequences of these things have shown
    • in order to show how, as it were through small slits, I even
    • in which I attempted to show that the success
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    • they harden themselves in present existence, and show
    • the stage which they ought to show at a later stage of their
    • decadent life in the East (I have often told you how this
    • already on the one hand, how more and more the Western
    • and so on. We only understand man aright when we know how to
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    • knowledge. And it has been pointed out. how completely,
    • spiritual deepening with the new means to knowledge, how
    • how really to take seriously what today is meant by striving
    • and through the spiritual. When, however, this real activity
    • acknowledged in public. In addition, however, he informed me
    • that the moment I enter I should know how I am to speak to
    • the people, how I am to put what I say. Whoever works today
    • notice how in the one case — I mean this quite
    • culture, must, however, take stand on the same ground as
    • This is how
    • historian to people of how right it was to perceive the
    • spiritual science has been showing us to be of worth should
    • sufficiently point to how necessary it is today to remind men
    • of how present-day human beings have been rushed into the
    • though it is hardly credible: how one should teach, how the
    • all good-will and fatherly care, how instruction should be
    • decrees, how they should teach. And what underlies this is
    • view. Just because they are all this, however, they have to
    • my lectures here I have often voiced how glad I should be, in
    • how the present time is constituted spiritually and see the
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    • perfectly well how I ought to speak to these people; I know
    • how to put things to them because I speak from out of the
    • about present materialism, for if we do not realise how we
    • very different! It should be noticed however, that one
    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • superficiality of life is sufficient to show that it is
    • consideration of external events. When one considers how it
    • believe it — we are actually told how the instruction
    • is to be given — how the material is to be treated.
    • good-will, how children should be taught, if you put it in
    • are ordered how to teach! And people do not realise what that
    • an abstract way and does not teach us how to take the Spirit
    • how pleased I should be, if, even in spite of the very
    • not merely because I had any idea that it might somehow prove
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    • him”. But a man who knows how to understand inner
    • and Initiation and its Result, we learn how to
    • whereby such consciousness can be acquired, however far away
    • healthy human intelligence But How? It could be understood by
    • understand how a world consciousness can grow out of
    • of the fact that aesthetics and its laws can never teach how
    • changes. We cannot, however, say that the inner soul nature
    • in old age, one must have learnt in childhood how to fold the
    • how he feels. There are certain things associated with life
    • different. That will not however, be for about three or four
    • universal space. a consciousness which, however, can only be
    • indicate to you how things must be looked at with reference
    • to be really “all round”. Now how did this man
    • this which show the most terrible superficiality, we must be
    • realise how terribly necessary it is to consider what degree
    • important thing is how they are put. It is important to put
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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    • human race will realise how much depends upon the
    • quite well how much they can count an man's inherent love of
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science, however, is much more
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    • It is due, however, to a kind of possession — possession
    • however, is deeply rooted in life; were this not sot through
    • senses, what is super-physical and occult somehow makes its
    • remains, however, that everyone in life, when confronting the
    • truth, and that explanations of them show a groping after
    • however; they do not look sufficiently deeply into the soul,
    • however, only the one side, and on becoming familiar with
    • well see how there is a source of artistic work which
    • however, because within it a higher life, a life of another
    • lower. It is always possible, however, to break the spell and
    • enchantment, we know how to experience it in the right way,
    • out with how, for example, the petals in a plant are merely
    • metamorphosis of form, anyone. who can see how one form
    • remarkable thing is, however, that when we are capable of
    • something appears which shows man as a kind of ossified
    • its growth shows no tendency to form the bony structure of
    • nature. From this example we can see how nature in all her
    • quite different. Such an example as this shows particularly
    • well how in nature one life is constantly being overcome, and
    • inner offence had to be atoned for by our showing, on the
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    • into the physical world, know how figures, but wholly
    • experiences of the soul in its pure state. In order, however,
    • to be adherents. We need not, however, go into that; the
    • soul are quite different. Those, however, who strive for
    • of remembrance of the external world — not, however, in
    • seership, however, something quite objective, but no loss
    • colour, he develops imaginations. It is important, however,
    • contains a human being. Supersensible knowledge, however,
    • attention to the “How” — to how he expresses
    • that he has first to give form; what is important is how he
    • instance, when a man has genuine-musical talent. How does
    • the microscope know how to adjust it in order that they may
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • to know how to maintain the cohesion of the different parts of his being
    • whatever with a preceding cause. For how can it possibly be said that
    • friends, we must surely realise how essential it is that a definite
    • man to discover how they might place their knowledge in the service
    • has made the Earth holy, they will also learn how to place their knowledge
    • receives as nourishment, however, must be for him. And in the same way,
    • ahead of us, however, this attitude will have to be acquired consciously
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    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • Based on a study of the life of Francis of Assisi, Steiner shows how the
    • ever originated, and the question as to how evil became
    • Mysteries, man's moral nature was shown in a. special way to
    • were shown that freewill can only be developed if a person is
    • crossbeam is horizontal. They were shown that it is
    • Mysteries the pupils were shown that when a man degenerates
    • the whole, loses his connection with things. This was shown
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • ask: How can the sentient-soul turn to one side or the other,
    • See how many
    • themselves. How often do we find that two people have been
    • In those lectures we showed how, in the third
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • today is not to say how far truth has been already realised
    • in the Anthroposophical Society, but to show that what I have
    • show that among them valour was still a gift of the gods.
    • certain way we may strive for it again. However, the two
    • previous lectures have shown us, that in connection with this
    • Shakespeare shows how love, or warmth of heart, causes harm,
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    • those ancient times. Much of this, however, you know already;
    • us realize for instance how in the Old Testament — there
    • to acquire this knowledge in an outward manner. However, it is
    • mere outward knowledge. Today we do not know at all how
    • Golgotha during the first centuries A.D., how differently those
    • attentive study can discover, by external means, how much
    • would still be weak if he only knew how to sustain his wisdom
    • to realize how powerful the effect of this could be; try to
    • because they have no idea how much more, for instance, a bird
    • abstract sense; or how much more even a donkey knows than a
    • metabolic system. It is, however, only a dull knowledge,
    • of the first Christian teachings, however, that the Sacrament
    • the minds of many the following question might arise: How will
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    • elementary a form as possible. It is, however, necessary also
    • speak of this soul sphere, we may say nevertheless that however
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may
    • used. They were not, however, limited to any one nationality
    • these could be woven into his being. Thus we see how it became
    • a look at the early teachers of Christianity to see how at that
    • to Damascus, and through which he became a Paul. How did it
    • dissociation is shown to us in that wonderful poem of the 9th
    • similar copies. Thus we see how the most important occurrences
    • Thus you see how the very diversified
    • also this was an important transition. We see how in the course
    • disputes began about the Lord's Supper. Just consider how among
    • we can learn something else besides, if we see how in these
    • attention upon realities, not dogmas, we can learn how much
    • pictures: How he insists upon representing the whole life of
    • That is to say, we describe how upon Saturn man's
    • physical body gradually came into existence, how on the
    • find how everything tends toward the goal of becoming ever more
    • Thus you see how Christianity gradually
    • viewpoint a perspective far into the future. And we know how
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    • which we know nothing. However, we would dream our entire lives
    • scientific point of view that I have here asserted now shows
    • however, does not belong to present-day man. Indeed,
    • will be shown whether such a second awakening as I have
    • clearly to the eternal essence of man. This suggests, however,
    • This is not to criticize, but only to show
    • impressions. However, through this second process the higher
    • precisely how to practice every forward step of the soul, just
    • this an ordinary memory image? Imagine how people have
    • approached us, how they have done this or that to us, how this
    • represents how natural phenomena has approached us. But it is
    • However, this is only the first stage of a
    • particularly stop when he has nothing, but goes further. How
    • wants to show the methods by which the vision of the eternal
    • can be acquired by the human soul. This however is the second
    • However, one returns from the moments of
    • But how do we obtain our ego? As the one
    • However, we discover our ego where we are
    • ego, how it was and how it had a body other than the body that
    • upon any action we know how this action that we initially had
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • undermine its reputation. However, today we are concerned
    • to show that all the great world religions are based on the
    • and it helped to develop love and humanness. However, what is
    • light on life's riddles and burning questions. However, those
    • any so-called modern ideas. Just consider how rigid was the
    • [can] be moral without religion. This shows no comprehension
    • How does it
    • arises about religion. However, even if the invigorating
    • however, is the ability to rise above the usual way of
    • small volume showed that not only was she knowledgeable about
    • conveyed by sight and hearing. Her little book showed that
    • spiritual research show clearly what is needed to ensure the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • clearly describes how Faust makes a slight cut in his left
    • Faust legends, wishes to show that the devil regards blood as
    • one naturally wonders how it was possible for primitive man,
    • research. This at first seems very surprising. However, as
    • further research reveals how these ancient fables and myths
    • in cultural life. However, our discussion will not be from a
    • and psychologist. He sets out to show that a person's thought
    • life. However, when ideas behind words seem to have no
    • always spiritual science that is at fault. However, those
    • shown later. Those who wish to find another name only show
    • name of God.” No matter how it is interpreted according
    • “below,” let us try to get a clear picture of how
    • the case of a crystal. A person who knows how to look at a
    • However, it can still be experienced, if through certain
    • consciousness, more like a vivid dream. However, it was much
    • how this form of consciousness came to be transformed into a
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    • itself, and the sorrow it caused. However, not muck later
    • another saying came to the fore in Greece that shows a
    • bound up with suffering. However, we also find in the Old
    • foundation; the next lecture will show that it is possible to
    • shows, or is meant to show, that undeserved suffering can
    • back over your life you will realize how often suffering and
    • one–not however with what inspires comedy — that
    • how pain and suffering originate.
    • existence. However, the spiritual investigator also sees
    • rather, Where does matter come from? Spiritual research shows
    • discovered many points of reference in this field. However,
    • We have shown
    • evolution. However, it must be born in mind that as far as a
    • story of Job, pain and suffering are shown to lead to greater
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    • especially. Spiritual science is the first to show that to
    • comprehension of evil. We must look at how human beings
    • there have been secret schools where it was taught how,
    • on the previous planet. This illustrates how the earth is
    • However, it
    • how the least expenditure of material can be structured to
    • only evolve and reach perfection through conflict. However,
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • child's physical body before it is born. However, just as the
    • However, if from early on this instinct is disregarded, it
    • the development of the ether body. However, the teacher must
    • fashion. However, calculators should not be used; tables of
    • Hence, the value of gymnastics. However, the desired effect
    • teacher be able to intuitively enter into how the child
    • developing and educating the young generations. We have shown
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    • to answer the specific question, How can illness and death be
    • of how understanding can be reached concerning these two most
    • Modern people are unable to see how sin, which belongs to the
    • to the animal kingdom and saw how all striving is directed
    • sometimes to the opposite. However, the modification must not
    • two philosophers, in order to show that contemporary thinkers
    • death. However, it must first be made clear that, unlike
    • wholly through the physical principle. However, to them must
    • understand their significance when we investigate how human
    • investigating clairvoyantly how the “I”
    • say for how long the “I” will be able to carry
    • spread throughout the whole of nature. This indicates how
    • of how the external forces and substances are called to life,
    • be bitten. The tribe knows how to arrange matters so that the
    • investigation shows that such a process is involved in the
    • through the process indicated. However, as human beings are
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    • how the human being ought to develop, but with the reality of
    • how the student in fact does develop.
    • should not merely be shown and described, the child should
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • may be asked: How is it possible for insanity to establish
    • However, only
    • bear in mind above all, if we are to understand how insanity
    • outside. However, this is something that holds true also for
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    • but even more consider the how." Spiritual science is rightly
    • spirit, and you absorb health-giving forces! Not, however, in
    • knows how to apply knowledge so that it becomes reality is
    • as shadow is to reality; however, it can be transformed and
    • wisdom of a certain kind; their instincts are wise. However,
    • search, select and experiment. However, they have the
    • however, go further; he will transform such knowledge into
    • discovered, and the doctors were greatly alarmed; she showed
    • admittedly, is not easy to prove. However, through spiritual
    • knowledge of how to deal with a broken leg can help, for his
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • would not perceive light; it is, however, equally certain
    • are created by the light for the light.” However, the
    • general world ether. However, something of the ether body
    • special talents, it shows that he has made good use of his
    • they provide is the tool with which to express them. However,
    • first half of a person's life. In order to see how his fate
    • shows that of those who die in infancy, 16 to 20 percent have
    • emulate — examples showing the path to Olympus. To be
    • the change of teeth, features that show family likeness
    • shows the child has not had the opportunity to develop that
    • years. However, these time limits must not be taken too
    • However, it also means that forces are released as they no
    • particular may find this division oppressive; not, however,
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • However, these
    • transformations represented symbolically how inner human
    • However,
    • secrets: not, however, through the soul's ordinary faculties,
    • people. However, to the extent that modern humanity is able,
    • attained from one day to the next. However, one can at least
    • thing, however, is the same in all three worlds — in the
    • However, what
    • something physical. Such a statement simply shows that the
    • However, it is the height of arrogance to maintain that
    • closed circles. However, what has been released in recent
    • Rosicrucianism cannot be attained. However, a study of the
    • his poem, The Mysteries, showed his profound
    • shall describe as a conversation which, however, never took
    • However, what I shall say does convey what is looked up to as
    • Look how the
    • me at once make clear how to depict it. A widely used sign is
    • able to breathe today. So how does it come about that they
    • spends five. Something similar applies to breathing. However,
    • the ordinary breath, just described, shows how necessary the
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    • of the laws, however, it nevertheless grows and develops.
    • crystal clear. Having now shown that the two kinds of
    • are not separated. However, this is a past that is beyond the
    • everywhere. They depicted how primordial divine beings
    • in Greece. Those who were permitted to watch saw how art and
    • However, at that time one received, in the form of pictures,
    • say or do to another. However, once there is awareness of a
    • However, its author, and anyone who recognizes its mystical
    • his work reveals how deep an insight he had attained into
    • also speaks when showing that everything in the world
    • individuality, and with it egoism, assert itself. However,
    • told in sagas and myths wherein is described how conditions
    • caused the people to abandon the area and how, as they
    • the Rhine-gold. We hear it in his music; how could one fail
    • We are shown
    • higher aspect of his being. Hence, the Walkyries are shown to
    • artistic creation. He shows that through the
    • sense. We are shown that the maiden herself, in a former
    • to the Holy Graul to show the cleansing of a human beings'
    • date, which shows that the festival is no longer experienced
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    • lecture, we discussed how certain critical comments
    • A modern person, however great his faith, can have no notion
    • of how differently one approached the Bible in an earlier
    • differ, and ask, How is it possible that a document, which
    • However, we
    • must ask ourselves how it came about that no one for
    • century showed that already then they contained what we know
    • that is all about him. However, for that to come about
    • observation, however, led natural science to regard human
    • practically everything he wrote. However, those who recognize
    • However, the
    • another remained at a lower stage. This indicates how in the
    • foresee humanity's future evolution. However, human
    • show the way, but no other kind of authority is required, and
    • external world he was like someone asleep. However, what was
    • how thou has glorified me!" These words expressed the
    • "Oh my God, how thou hast glorified me!"
    • This we shall understand when we consider how the writers of
    • tiny insignificant seed, which can however develop to
    • how the first followers of Christ saw Hirn. What in ancient
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    • nevertheless one can well sense how diverse the tasks are which the
    • falls, harden or become corrupt, others show that they are strong and
    • However, as this emerged from the catacombs into the outer world, the
    • engulf us when we see how little we were able to take advantage of
    • more difficult. “My dear friends” is how he began
    • related to previous actions – which however does not exclude
    • dedication the individuals are capable of. When we then ask: How much
    • derogatory criticism. Those words characterize how the principle of
    • can only be done, however, if we turn
    • is shown by the Johannes building [in Munich].
    • somehow does not agree with what is announced today, then he should
    • experience of how the cosmos separates and unites simultaneously.
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    • thought moved through the entire being of man. He experienced how the
    • into man, and how man thus becomes a living soul. The man of the present
    • thinking out of the life of logic to vision. In vision, however, thought
    • consciousness by his Leader, gave him the conception as to how he should
    • problem of the West. How labor can discover its form within the entity of
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    • ourselves: How are we connected with a world which is closed to
    • our ordinary consciousness? How are we connected with it, when
    • Europe it is almost impossible at this time to imagine how
    • considerable changes. You only have to remember how the Greek
    • Now, however, a time came — speaking generally, in the
    • that has been described to you, how that during sleep the
    • science. The Westerner portrays how little significance
    • than his actual thoughts, how a man is rooted in a certain
    • on the one hand we see how the belief in ghosts arose out of an
    • To-day, however, there is still an inner belief in ghosts. Just
    • however, appear to be just as spectral as the ancient ghosts,
    • Aphorisms” showing how humanity has been influenced
    • the earth. How can it be otherwise, seeing that not only
    • even when the human head is awake. Remember how often I have
    • However, there is a divine-spiritual activity at work in man
    • soul's eyes, with spiritual eyes, how the gods took up their
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    • Mystery-wisdom in order to understand how an event such as the
    • woke up with the words: “My God, My God, how thou hast raised
    • It re-echoed in the words: “My God, my God, how thou hast
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    • however, we shall not consider its different stages in the same
    • interpenetrate. How wonderful is this secret of life! Two
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • What I have shown you here
    • under the impulse of the ego. On the ways and means, how these two currents
    • dissolves. What wants to be formed there? Imagine, how that is. If I
    • imagination, if one simply sees how things are remembered, leads us
    • will show. What is working there, what basically is a thrust pulsated
    • than what comes from the outside towards the inner. This shows itself
    • respiration and blood circulation — how blood circulation is in relation
    • important light on a right method of education and teaching. It shows
    • You see how in life things
    • And you yourself, how do
    • will see how one
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    • how everything which can be comprehended about man can serve as a basis
    • I have shown you now how
    • organism, how it is taken up by the kidney system, radiating into the
    • astral, and how with the help of nitrogen it is made into an earthly
    • whole normal organization of man. Imagine, how all this has to be in
    • You see how one can look
    • that one can see by the degeneration of the organs how the members of
    • for oneself how all these things must be in accord with one another
    • and how they have to work in the right way. Let us assume, for example,
    • see how these things have to fit together. There is something out of
    • so that one knows how such transformations regarding outer phenomena
    • in history; one must know how, especially through the delicate human
    • arises. It consists in the sudden desire, to now present how man has
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • It is only a question of in how far a time is the time of transition
    • be instructive to look back and see how — mainly in human affairs
    • this or that direction, that he simple was not healthy. However, one
    • How was this done? Let us
    • of the cosmos. One investigated now, how far this person is influenced
    • Altogether, how could one
    • how frequently rickets occurs among children who live in city apartments,
    • where little light enters, and how little children are inclined to rickets
    • medicine, to Hippocrates, how one spoke then of the “humors”
    • how it expresses itself in the temperaments; that one began to look
    • how easy it is to get one's stomach in disorder, something that —
    • the first time, you will strike another time, and so on. That is how
    • precisely by this necessity and it may be especially shown in something
    • in the way that one somehow looks at a plant blossom, as it is done
    • match” — then one acquires the knowledge of how this or
    • his organism after seven years. But I also mentioned last time how this
    • at least to expand itself. That is how one must learn to look at things;
    • How does the physician today make a diagnosis?
    • is the basis of all that keeps men away from seeing rightfully how a
    • as I have shown you already — still through the forces of the
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • evolution, history, and culture, showing how and where human beings
    • can only make a beginning. As we proceed we will see how
    • show that with the concepts at our disposal we can prove one of
    • would just like to ask in anticipation, “How is such a
    • can show you this by means of a very simple example. As
    • view accordingly. However, the world of the senses cannot
    • question in a way which will bring us closer to an answer. How
    • would like to give you an example of how things stood in regard
    • is so intricately constructed that it shows the course of the
    • despite the varying times of sunset the hand always showed
    • addition to this, the clock also showed when sun or moon
    • eclipses occurred. It also showed the course of the various
    • showed the movable festivals, that is to say, it indicated on
    • pointer showed on what day Easter fell, despite it being
    • movable, and it also showed Whitsun.
    • story of how it was constructed has been investigated. But
    • knew how to look after it. The legend attaches great
    • Think how sensitively this story has been formed. The same
    • shall now look at how Ahriman and Lucifer intervene in
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    • evolution, history, and culture, showing how and where human beings
    • day before yesterday I endeavored to show you the universal
    • however, is negligent and delays the departure by five minutes.
    • thinking and believe we can solve it that way. I showed that in
    • would like today to go on to show the serious nature of the
    • even if people did not use these names. I showed this by the
    • being a clock it is also a sort of calendar showing the
    • I told you that there are documents showing that it was a
    • these questions can be asked, and they show the very profound
    • cause of countless possible effects. For just imagine how
    • man looking at his reflection, and Death. And how many people
    • about this opening and shutting of the mouth, showing what a
    • wonder just how many people's souls he had helped by means of
    • could begin to wonder how each of one's own deeds should be
    • astray. An attempt to think out how to set about doing deeds
    • where we have to have the consequences in mind. However, here
    • the last lecture I tried to show that just as we have an
    • This is how people observe nature. Observing natural phenomena
    • effect. On the other hand, however, we can receive direct
    • However, a certain German was particularly annoyed that Madame
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    • evolution, history, and culture, showing how and where human beings
    • was able to show the headmaster a curriculum containing
    • they could not see how anyone could possibly foresee what
    • successor was expressing about the school he knew so well. How
    • Everything is in the realm of uncertainty. How can you
    • how matters had turned out with the two teachers who had always
    • teacher, however, were people of considerable importance, who
    • “But you won't have any idea how to avoid mistakes next
    • year, or how to do the right thing, if you don't study what you
    • these lectures on freedom and necessity. However, as this
    • saying the man is going where the horse takes him. However, if
    • before they met, where they were an hour before that, and how
    • certain length of time how one thing has always led to another,
    • and how the two were brought together. Someone else who does
    • into how he was brought up. We might also follow the modern
    • fashion of looking at his heredity, and so on. However, let us
    • growing up. Through the way he is growing up, it can be shown
    • This is just how it is with the being that accompanies us
    • look away from what mirrors ourselves. This is how it is with
    • This is how we should proceed with self-observation. We must
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    • evolution, history, and culture, showing how and where human beings
    • this kind require that we realize how complicated many of the
    • How could anyone at that time possibly have even wanted to
    • we do not get far by brooding and speculating about how things
    • and how far he would have got. Not very far!
    • action and world history shows clearly how necessary it
    • the last lecture I showed how impossible it is to acquire a
    • through space as the science of astronomy shows you do.
    • However, we are not always so obviously conscious of things,
    • a person broods about how differently he should have acted, the
    • spiritual world. However, that does not exclude the utmost
    • how he became what he was; we can then follow up the impulse
    • or one can entirely leave him out and look in detail at how a
    • and how it became compressed into the poem Parsifal:
    • of evolution. One can look at how another line of development then
    • forgotten, and how that remarkable idea took hold of
    • physical plane. This is how our human willing
    • comes first, and how it is to be carried out is quite another
    • animality in human beings. On the other hand, however, we also
    • that he should never give any punishment at all. He knows how
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • However much you prove to us that the I
    • What can this I be, then? How much of it do we possess
    • how the physical body has developed and what it is composed of.
    • How
    • how this will enters into us we know nothing at all on the
    • up this watch, but how this act of will passes through the
    • feeling for how very different it was when the ancients spoke
    • of the will. They had much more of a feeling of how the will,
    • of experiencing in any way at all how the I continues on
    • was required, the sculptor, knowing how the will brought the
    • impulses once again. However, they will have to take hold of
    • today when they observe the external world? And how do
    • I. It does not want to grasp reality, however, but only
    • have to be shown in order to prove the existence of the
    • this point, however, we encounter a hypothesis that used to be
    • Ziehen goes on to show that there is no sense in speaking of
    • corresponding to this word “will.” He also shows in
    • see how consistent this is. If people get no further than
    • Ziehen does, we must somehow get people to accept them in
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    • however, it will appear that this connection does none the
    • less exist. Last time I concluded by showing why children
    • It is a bright side in that it shows that the dreadful things
    • however, this practical sense should be most active in
    • these things can be cultivated (however strange that may
    • how many people think concretely when, let us say, they read
    • abstractions. How then is one to arrive at a concrete
    • with the right; that is how you regulate a clock. This
    • how”, “the what”—Goethe once claimed
    • ponder the How” (Das was bedenke, mehr bedenke
    • such words as what and how as now. Today when you talk about
    • time, however, the fifth post-Atlantean age of civilization,
    • longer see as in the child, how whatever is in him is acting
    • spirit and matter. Think how in that way the pictorial power
    • in every way possible to show how, for example, mankind
    • itself has become younger and younger — how we are now
    • everything as far into oneself as possible. This is how the
    • illuminate it. Just think how many of you, my dear friends,
    • bright rays of light. For how many people is it the case
    • be fettered, that is to come to terms with reality. How does
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    • behind the social movement. On the other hand, however, these
    • saw how matters stand with what plays its part in the whole
    • throughout the world. Consider how manifold are the varied
    • again how infinitely much that is not clear in such things
    • separate, as has been shown you from various points of
    • remark how much the man of every sphere of culture when he is
    • such things if one wants to have a concept of how there is a
    • forth. What does this show? Recall the human head and the
    • one follows closely how children are born, how they developed
    • one-sidedly and falsely — that is shown by his
    • forth of man, how he places himself into the world, not by
    • preparation for the life after death. How we conduct
    • are spiritual impulses enabling them to show as in gestures
    • little, as I showed yesterday, for verbs; a mere touch of it
    • however essential if Intuition is again to play a part in
    • they weigh out how much meat and so on they should eat,
    • ate anything how much light he took into himself along with
    • food light was also eaten — everyone felt how much
    • But how can
    • however, there are those who struggle against it, who
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    • when the facts of Spiritual Science are given out to say: “How
    • difficult to say: “How can he know that? I don't know it”
    • of much that both deserves and needs to be improved?” What, however,
    • thoughts of Walther Rathenau, (see Z-269) I have recently shown that
    • present world situation. For there are men who understand how to estimate
    • how to estimate it. Here too I beg you, my dear friends, not to consider
    • way, it shows the great dangers from this catastrophe threatening both
    • For us here, however, the first part of what I read out must be of special
    • At the same time, however, we may not forget that just those men who,
    • Menschenrätsel) the superior schooling shown in the philosophical
    • of concepts, shown by the people who lack training is never to be found
    • be of the opinion that because good schooling is shown, the whole thing
    • can be shown between man and animal. Modern men do not in the least
    • I do not know how for it has got by now. But I want to give him a word
    • however, was made by the investigator of ants, the Catholic Wasmann, who
    • in the least for none of you knows in reality how to think in terms
    • The curious thing is, however, that the abstract concept is not lacking
    • a limited sphere but in this sphere it has this kind of concept, however
    • animal, however, has no capacity for distinguishing with precision one
    • concepts which, however, the dog doesn't have; and so on. Yet it is
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    • and with the rest of mankind. Yesterday we pointed out how much must
    • how man, just by standing on the ground of Spiritual Science, can be
    • absolutely objective towards other spiritual streams, how he certainly
    • is rare. What as Spiritual Science, according to how we understand it,
    • You know how often I have
    • spoken about this point. You know how I have said that the only wad
    • Pantheism that is forever talking of how behind the outspread world
    • attention to how this is much the same as refusing on the physical plane
    • Thus it is shown how the
    • supersensible world. That, however, is heresy, that should never be
    • to the dictates of the Church. What may be striven for, however, is
    • accordance with God. He may also notice, however, if in other things
    • is difficult. This, however, may not be striven for in such a way that
    • the doctrines of the Church Fathers; I should like, however, to draw
    • over the chief activity in the soul? To recognise how far truth is the
    • to how the truth is 'managed'. in the final analysis it rests on man
    • no longer the light. It is really very beautiful how John of the Cross
    • towards contemplation. We must remember how these words were written
    • and steeped in the conceptions that shower in all directions out of
    • how one speaks in the twentieth century to men soaked through by scientific
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    • of yesterday you will have seen how easily the whole course of human
    • evolution can be misunderstood and how it is particularly misunderstood
    • Atlantean times, however, he had only intimations of what he was supposed
    • foresee—will be shattering to mankind, are the expression of how
    • already indicated how from a certain aspect these new relations can
    • today, according to the outlook of Spiritual Science, how man when he
    • however, from these theories of knowledge. And what in schoolmaster
    • because , as men, we are too conceited to do so. Yet this is how the
    • who has conceptions. When, however, he puts this faculty for conceiving,
    • the phenomena because the external world shows us in the mineral and
    • actually belong there and are not there. Everything goes to show that
    • however, when we know that a beginning has been made with this outer
    • the way I have previously indicated. If no will plays in however—and
    • how the matter stands; it is shown by men's reluctance to think. They
    • you take the mere thoughts. We can come to see, however, that thinking,
    • the past. Think for once how men, because they themselves no longer
    • savage original peoples, primitive peoples, so as to understand how
    • But there too it is sufficiently indicated how pre-eminently necessary
    • your attention to how contrary it is to men's sense of comfort to have
    • Science in a different way from how they must understand it; instead
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    • in the way the spiritual world is spoken of in Spiritual Science. How
    • into such things however were already saying what is right concerning
    • always emphasised, however, that sound human understanding may not be
    • perfectly well known to us, namely, how we as men behave when we bear
    • to sleep and waking up again: (Compare Z-233) we do not know it, however,
    • Man, however, during his ordinary state on earth is protected from the
    • as anyone who enters the spiritual world. Certain individuals, however,
    • experiences. And you know how often I have said that whoever in life
    • of the spiritual world are incomprehensible; we must, however, make
    • Now, however, while discussing
    • applying their thought, is however to bring order into the social structure
    • of another man. When this goes to sleep, however, it does not cease
    • together. The moment a man enters the spiritual world, however, what
    • laws with mother love, however, the consequence would actually have
    • and we know how to distinguish in him between the man and what has overcome
    • Men, however, who have remained behind at earlier stages of culture
    • speaks of human nature being fundamentally evil. And how widespread
    • which way a man thinks. How a man thinks is expressed in the whole of
    • very narrow one. However much man may boast of his spiritual horizon
    • today, however greatly, the fact remains that this spiritual horizon
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    • they are found. Logic today however does not yet know what it is doing
    • side. We penetrate to the inner side by trying to become clear how this
    • In the lofty Culture of Greece we see how man tried in pure thought
    • human race. For however hard it is sought to recognise from nature the
    • the matter, shows itself as the polar ic opposite of the pagan religion.
    • Book of Job. In this Book of Job we are particularly shown how, purely
    • and how in contradiction with what nature brings, the just man has to
    • however, the deeply tragic underlying tone, which might be said to ring
    • nature, from the cosmos, shows us what difficulty exists between the
    • divine. Both of these, however, had reached their highest point of development.
    • impulse, however, could not arise out of what it was possible up to
    • Today we will observe only how the conception of the Christ impulse,
    • can reed in my book Christianity as Mystical Fact how what
    • There we are shown how on Golgotha, on the scene of world-history, there
    • was how human nature stood in relation to the Christ nature, what immediate
    • a special Leader of the people. How in their imagination they would
    • was, however, very backward among the northern barbarians. It was awaiting
    • only by remembering this do we see how the inner evolution, the inner
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean period. For how many years go by, my dear
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 6: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation
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    • by her in friendship and devotion, have shown in every case of this
    • standing-by, in all the help given her, how fond they had become of
    • a crisis. This crisis showed that the force in connection with the revelation
    • that may be called the truths of salvation. This instruction, however,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Those who were His intimates knew, however,
    • that after a certain time He appeared among them as a living being (how
    • Jesus of Nazareth in the event of Golgotha. There mankind was shown—the
    • the folk souls of these tribes. Yesterday, however, we had to emphasise
    • impulse? We might first consider how Goethe actually stood within European
    • the world will look in a quite different way from how it does today
    • see all this streaming forth from the whole of Central Europe. How little
    • At the basis of this Magyar culture, however, though perhaps not in
    • by the Latin wave. And through a tragic chain of events, having, however,
    • of scholars into men. One may even go farther. You know how much I revere
    • brought to a conclusion, but how much in Faust is inwardly
    • unsound, how much in it is like the figure of Mephistopheles itself.
    • in the recently published booklet on Goethe, where I spoke of how Goethe
    • something completed in Goethe's advanced age, something, however, on
    • hints of what Goethe was hankering after, which however would not come
    • human as Shakespeare did to a certain degree. Look how Goethe took hold
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    • worse could be said about them. However, with the passing time
    • penetrate the Higher Worlds, how we can with our own spiritual
    • Just think about yourself, how you may observe your soul in the
    • morning just after you have received a cheerful letter and how
    • and how this feeling lived in the soul. Then think how your
    • soul will express itself in the direct contrary situation, how
    • the afternoon, or you are shaken in rage and fear. Consider how
    • there on the astral plane. However these light bodies show not
    • soul body. Then you can see how a human being, who lives with
    • However, when we die, after the end of our physical life, we
    • hateful feelings shows a withered form while a person who died
    • with beautiful feelings, show a sympathetic form as an astral
    • would like to indicate something to you, namely, how the astral
    • person is inquisitive then it shows in the astral body in such
    • it were against one another in parts; it shows a general
    • superficially, will be amazed how many have what we note as
    • clairvoyant consciousness however, sees the group soul, the
    • physical plane. However, there we feel influences, good
    • However, this is only a part of the astral inhabitants, surely
    • other animal form, how, shall we say, it is observable already
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    • literature — however, with Goethe's “Faust”
    • folk tradition in which appears the “Puppet Show
    • it is noticeable then, how Faust, doubtful in the power of all
    • four faculties, gropes towards magic, and so forth. However,
    • quite unique form, the world riddle. What is this, however?
    • would know how unsatisfactory the result can be, that one can't
    • know however, what lives in the soul and is revealed from the
    • revelation. In this moment however we discover the danger which
    • does not originate within us. Closer observation shows that,
    • When we, however, try to throw out all we have as knowledge,
    • mere spectacle, a show. This he doesn't want. He wants to dive
    • development, but also in mature development. This however
    • doesn't show himself mature in his knowledge, that which moves
    • However, everything originates from what Goethe actually
    • relationship between themselves and the wider world. However,
    • Mephistopheles and Faust, which he however didn't know through
    • issue. The manner and method, how thoughts unfold, is
    • what matters. How was this? It was so, that Goethe searched for
    • Here self knowledge could come to its full right. However, now
    • sub-consciousness however, they lived. From this Goethe became
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    • “I” and how it is enclosed in World Knowledge. Not
    • describe the question thus: How does the human being, how do
    • from morning to night, using physical organs — how do we
    • within and search for their worth, how efficient they appear in
    • You can easily consider the following: How would it have been
    • and which will repeat future incarnations, how would it have
    • imagination when you reflect about it, how you, from morning to
    • evening, going through your ideas and experiences, how much of
    • what is left over and try to meditate primarily on how many of
    • will see how important it is for the “I” to
    • can see how we rose from this background. However, everything
    • environment, others can actually see how our aura enlarges all
    • around us, how it becomes inclusive in relation to the physical
    • more obvious how people, as an echo of their environment, have
    • How
    • perceive how the aura becomes agile and vibrates. We will at
    • how difficult it is in the present human cycle to actually
    • understand the working of karma. Take an example of how karma
    • karma. We see through this, how karma always attaches something
    • research the supersensible regions ourselves; however,
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    • to show all that can be accomplished by a really creative conception
    • Then, however, we had to think the whole thought of the Building as
    • forms here. And if a man seeks for such in nature, it only shows that
    • it only shows that he is not judging of the Building from the standpoint
    • 5. The next picture shows
    • to see how one surface, one form, proceeds out of the other in such
    • of the side-terrace. In the motive of these windows, you can study how
    • in its different parts you can see what we really intended, how the
    • organic structural thought has been carried out, and how, for instance,
    • building. I wanted to show you the effect it ought to produce when you
    • walk round it. now show you the inner part, in my original model, carried
    • This ground-plan will show
    • case; but if a man is able really to understand the human form and how
    • the same in the transverse section that I will now show you.
    • look at them, you must notice how they droop over and bulge out, how
    • his own fault, for it shows he has begun by reflecting and digging down
    • how you come in or out there, and how you go up the stairs, meeting
    • or a horse's hoof he may be so but, that only shows that he does not
    • world, and it is shown that here something really new in the way of
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    • This inner architecture is now to be shown in contrast to the outer.
    • the organ left (photographed as you see from the model) which will show
    • its own law from the form which precedes it. You see here how the second
    • from above, and when you picture to yourself how
    • the foregoing leaf, then you will realise how the form of the second
    • by itself. In the next picture (5) we show the second and third pillars
    • together with their particular architraves. You see how in the first
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • one — together with their own architraves. Here we see how the
    • and how the architrave motif becomes extremely complicated as it develops
    • notice how certain lines which wind themselves about this Mercury motifs
    • branch out from one another, how the Mercury motif with its small top
    • notice how that which you see there at the edge grows to meet what is
    • how forms which are in living movement grow through and grow out of
    • of complexity. That is however not the case. A wholly false idea of
    • Thus it has been shown
    • further and see how a subsequent form can grow out of this one. Now
    • let us understand how the following form grows out of this one. Here
    • It is marvellous how if
    • really is in nature. You see how we are led in this way to something
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    • which is unspiritual can scarcely do otherwise than somehow strive for
    • made to show in painting the secret of how to create out of the very
    • pitiful to see how those who are possessed of artistic feeling truly
    • and how in spite of this the world is not willing to respond to the
    • apprehended by the play of the psychic, and the physical, that shows
    • colours is of course just what I cannot show you in lantern slides,
    • on the left as Ahrimanic, to show in the attitude, in the whole physiognomy,
    • these will be shown in the next picture.
    • what had to be shown here as an Initiate, i.e. such a man who could
    • In our attempt to show form we come to figures which are no longer human-like
    • the upper portion of the Central Group. The middle figure shows the
    • here we are shown how man is seeking the state of equilibrium between
    • observe how that all that man can make man more conscious, that can
    • can suffer, with that which he can enjoy, he who fully realises how
    • show the other view of the heating-house. Yesterday I showed the front
    • many to-day who see how strongly the forces of human historical forms,
    • voluptuousness. I should like to know how anyone can be so without heart,
    • social result. It is heartlessness. For how terrible it is to think
    • the great interests of humanity. But how many people think like this?
    • For I must remember, how necessary it really is to communicate certain
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • of Faust, things looked completely different from how they
    • times. In the age, however, in which lived the historic Faust
    • wanted to know how a man, continually advancing, could arrive
    • going to show that no one can heal diseases without also
    • We shall shortly hear how completely in the ancient wisdom
    • how little what is called the new freedom in human evolution
    • understood. We see how Faust accompanied by his famulus,
    • is affected by the Easter mood. We see at once, however, that
    • manner of those days Goethe had thoroughly studied how the
    • used to be dealt with, how the different chemicals had been
    • combined, what the results of these processes were, and how
    • mode of expression; what was to be shown was put into
    • Faust's sell-knowledge. This is how ho sees himself, he of
    • How elsewise flit we through
    • we can be sure of this, however, that his inner being has
    • Faust: “Mark how, a mighty spiral round us
    • word he shows us in a most masterly fashion how in this scene
    • that we realise how wonderfully Goethe knows the inner life
    • the head, but he realises how reason can become living
    • gives ample opportunity for such distortion, Yet, how little
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    • have a correct idea of how this Walpurgis-night fits in with
    • ease on the Brocken. It is obvious, however that the
    • own satisfaction how it comes about that, two days after the
    • has been written on the subject. This I do know, however,
    • Walpurgis-night themselves show, deeply initiated into
    • the Walpurgis-night; everything in it shows deep
    • same time — to illustrate how it can be seen from
    • sermon and discussed the matter with him. He, however,
    • shows that, for Goethe, the question was not whether it would
    • can be carried out. No one need think, however, that he can
    • showing how one may have a subjective vision; to him it is
    • is quite comprehensible, that is, how he is enjoying the
    • can only see, however, what is fluid in him. He can perceive
    • here pictured that shows deep knowledge. Faust can perceive
    • no particular pleasure in the Spring. You remember how I
    • learned people have made various distributions that, however,
    • “Lo now! Lo! how swiftly
    • Tree past tree! How the gigantic
    • Now they snort and how they bluster!”
    • “Now through the air the wind doth howl and
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • they are about him how he strove an elemental way to
    • enthusiasm he spoke. It is very easy to understand how such a
    • however, by living feeling and experience. And for what
    • understand, too, how the youthful Fichte, meeting antiquated
    • from its very depths, and everywhere to show how,
    • how dangerous the best may be when Ahriman and Lucifer take a
    • conscious of the danger here. However justifiable, however
    • first showed us Faust being drawn into the luciferic channel,
    • as Mephistopheles says. we see, too, how a
    • remarkable how deeply Goethe, in his instinctive way, goes
    • picture I have just given you; however, he represents a
    • gives him occasion to say: “how crude thou art, my
    • however, are not always seen in the right light.
    • makes Mephistopheles quite sympathetic and kindly. For how
    • devil but in a very apt way, because he knows how much of
    • life to thrive at all, and how unwholesome are the ideas
    • which, in the way we have shown, smell of the tavern. It is
    • quite worth-while for once to reflect how Goethe himself did
    • find some way, but was by no means clear how to find it.
    • bodily form. But when Goethe wish to show Helen being fetched
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    • “Faust”; this scene, however, is of such a nature
    • possibility of descending to the Mothers. If we notice how,
    • course of years, we need reflect only upon how the Greek
    • Greek Mysteries was led. By this we are shown how full of
    • remind yourselves of how the moment Mephistopheles mentions
    • so full of meaning: “Mothers, Mothers! How strange that
    • remember clearly how I have already said that the crossing of
    • however, by an external cause end not by gradual painstaking
    • clearly shown here in the way this scene is handled by Goethe
    • how deeply familiar he was with certain hidden things in the
    • the human cell. These forces however do not come from the
    • Now how does
    • in a very awkward situation. However, he has to do something.
    • and that here he is showing the way in which man can relate
    • himself to it. This is how things are connected.
    • mention in Plutarch of how the world has a triangular form.
    • how many worlds we get if we make a correct
    • You see how
    • Moon, and the Moon is turned round on it The shaft, however,
    • — which however, in certain sense does not change. If
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    • ask, how did Goethe perceive that this is so, when in his
    • drama he showed Faust as the representative of humanity,
    • of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Observe how wonderfully
    • we, however, kill the Imaginative part. You can read of it in a
    • enhancement, and you will see how Goethe emphasises the
    • very clearly hints at the fact, how complicated the figure of
    • form of ‘Hell.’ However remote the kinship is,
    • somehow bring it about that Ahriman-Mephistopheles feels
    • fantasy, but to immediate reality. It is wonderful to see how
    • how in the vision of Faust the birth of Helena emerges. It is
    • wonderful how the motifs are intertwined. We see how Goethe
    • how in Troy there was only the Idol, that which is founded in
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VI: The Helena Saga and the Riddle of Freedom
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    • recently been showing, inner spiritual connections prevail,
    • which send their influences through the soul of man. I showed
    • Ahrimanic power. I then tried to show how Faust had to dive
    • and Death in their supersensible significance? How much
    • discussion, how much thought and feeling has there not been
    • on Christian soil about the Birth of Christ! How infinitely
    • cannot clearly realise how they are interwoven with
    • World-Karma; how they simply must take part in this thing or
    • are destructive. We have described, how since the last third
    • how the Graeco-Latin epoch met these rebel-beings. For in
    • told to them. In these, however, deep significant truths of
    • have just been placing before you. It tells how an oracle
    • him Oedipus on account of his pierced heels. You know how the
    • legend of how he liberated Athens from the tribute of the
    • youths who had to be sacrificed to the Minotaur, and of how
    • to point this out, to show how Helena herself stands in
    • How does it
    • How does it stand with Paris? Here too we are told; he was
    • tells: how Eris assigned the apple to the most beautiful, and
    • how Paris was called upon by the Goddesses, Hera, Pallas and
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • Since, however, on account of illness, the performance is not
    • Helen — specially shows how Goethe divined and felt the
    • to be exact) we can show him diagrammatically as follows:
    • hog; he is, in a sense, the goal of divine creation. I have shown
    • how this is so in a conversation between Capesius and the
    • How does one acquire self-knowledge? If we follow his
    • we have about the substances and forces of the earth? How can
    • man? How is it possible to think that? For Goethe this became
    • Remember how,
    • Since, however, you were born as a Northerner, you have
    • this burning question was associated with another: How can
    • further development of his poem, he undertakes to show what
    • arising, however chaotically, however sporadically, of
    • to be sure show themselves only in pictures, chaotically, and
    • which nevertheless reveal how man, in the weaving of his
    • however, that were formerly physically present, just as now
    • connection with water; not however with water as it is today,
    • how alarmed you would necessarily be at first by the
    • be understood — however strange this may sound, my dear
    • to realise that Goethe wanted to show the experience man
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • those applied by modern science. However far modern science
    • I pointed out how man exists in states of consciousness
    • asleep. For even en little reflection will show you that men
    • flow of your ideas, one idea calls up see another, how you
    • the people who maintain this just to consider how they manage
    • said yesterday, however, you can gather one thing concerning
    • in just one case as to how far dream-life differs from waking
    • the world of dreams. But a more subtle differentiation shows
    • must mark how it gradually creeps into the life of ordinary
    • the three layers of consciousness which I showed you
    • to you yesterday how, in the first half of the scene in the
    • question: How will Homunculus, to whom human knowledge is
    • yesterday how the equilibrium of the Sphinx fails when man
    • plunges into the world of antiquity, how man really feels
    • insecure in it, how Homunculus feels himself insecure. For
    • Anaxagoras and Thales, from whom he hopes to learn how it is
    • Königsberg to get information from Kant on how to become
    • a complete human being, how to widen human nature. But Goethe
    • wisdom. Everything said by Anaxagoras in this scene, however,
    • goes to show that it is he who has the more knowledge of
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • able to see how Goethe's creative work is steeped through by
    • that is, to point out how really it is only possible rightly
    • also it only becomes clear how such a life of soul is
    • how he sought to establish for the inanimate world a natural
    • phenomena, and how he built up a botany on the basis of
    • primal phenomenon in inanimate nature when we consider how he
    • conception of physics. That, however, is of no consequence.
    • for dispatch. However, he thought he would First have a quick
    • but removed, so one uses hpotheses merely to show the way in
    • it would be interesting, however, to set up an acoustics that
    • without setting up any hypotheses, he followed up how the
    • sound nature and of how he, as microcosm, was in harmony with
    • was to be understood idealistically. He did not, however
    • understood? How is it that for present day man idealism and
    • world outlook at all — how is this? This comes about
    • independent of one another. We must, however, be conscious
    • You see how,
    • how Goethe as a seven year old, collected minerals, piled
    • in which, however, he sought to make a sacrifice to the
    • outlook, which then, however, with the ideas of his time he
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    • most deeply into Goethe's world-conception will see how,
    • Initiate, however, is meant to find there profound secrets of
    • been taken by Thales. This festival, however, contains a
    • however, no result can be expected either today or in the
    • of his reason, of his ordinary earthly knowledge. How can
    • conception of man? How can it be brought about that in this
    • of the body. Goethe really wishes to show that it is possible
    • Greece, we can see how, in this traditional realm of myths,
    • Homunculus; if, however, he wishes to become a real man, he
    • and so on. That is how the nature of man should first be
    • side, however, these alluring creatures, these voices, are
    • have often shown, inner and outer flow together. The
    • all this. First, Goethe shows a festival of the sea, or
    • the Moon. Goethe arranges everything to show that here it is
    • Samothracian sanctuary into this scene, Goethe shows that he
    • Goethe is showing that he had a profound and significant
    • a feeling how, in primeval times, these Kabiri were
    • Greeks used to say of Philip of Macedonia how, by watching the
    • in their consciousness how, at that time, the great Alexander
    • had shown their power here in such a terrific way that it
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • Faust we must never forget, however, that everything
    • yesterday that this scene shows clearly how Goethe was
    • this as with a problem of knowledge: How can the idea of Homo
    • Classical Walpurgis-Night shows how clearly Goethe saw
    • echoes of atavistic spiritual vision. And after showing all
    • scene just presented, we may say: Goethe wanted to show how a
    • show how such a man, by his state of consciousness undergoing
    • the Grecian myths. He shows often in this scent how far in
    • superstitious pedants have really no idea how small a part
    • fantasy plays in the creations of simple minds, not how
    • here is put into external form. I will, however, point out
    • to test how far he would get by breathing new life into such
    • of the Kabiri Mystery within him, which, however, he could
    • purpose of showing — “Here I am close to my goal
    • introduces the Kabiri to show how, perhaps not he but someone
    • to show Homunculus how to become Homo. This Nereus has a
    • great gift of human understanding and knows how to transform
    • Homunculus into Homo. But here again Goethe wishes to show
    • the good side of human criticism. Nereus, however, a kind of
    • initiation — how in nature conception and birth are
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • to an active Christianity. Just think how, for many people in
    • will be qualified to heal those evils that have already shown
    • never correctly represented when shown as a mere monad, but
    • only when an effort is made to show him as standing midway
    • how the whole of evolution is now conceived as if what come
    • science. For things are not like that. Just think how
    • have often drawn attention to this. How what is this second
    • and you will see how he follows
    • then to petal, stamen, on to pistil; how he describes it as a
    • life, I pointed out how luciferic and ahrimanic periods
    • There you have always the Faust of will, who, however is
    • Imagine how Schiller believed that in these letters, written
    • point of view of drama, how great is the moment when in the
    • are shown how what is morally impermissible live in man like
    • a feeling that is aesthetically offensive. There, shown in
    • There it is shown how only
    • our physical body. Then we can feel how, coming in from
    • realise how difficult it is to come to the real man. we might
    • however, we cross the abyss by waking, into air, water and
    • learn how, in the inner being of man, the way does not go
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    • One describes, at least hypothetically, how once upon a time
    • One imagines this whole system which exists in time as somehow
    • value for knowledge. However, this dream life is immensely
    • and shows us the one or other thing which we experienced many
    • heart. Or we dream that we are walking past a fence. We see how
    • fence, it was a picture of our row of teeth which somehow gave
    • inner organs being shown to us symbolically in the dream.
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • outside my body in such a case. The picture in any case shows
    • however hidden way, of reminiscences of life, then the outer
    • would not be able to show me the occurrences which I have
    • sure knowledge about the self. It can lead us to the way of how
    • are outside the body: that, which the dream is showing us
    • interior. How can we, when sleeping we are outside our body, be
    • shows itself in relationship to its own life in arbitrary
    • that the dream shows us something about this being which is
    • it. Because it doesn't show us anything except what we have
    • show anything besides what it takes out of the sense world,
    • investigation. This initially maintains: If the dream shows us
    • to be too weak by itself to show, to reveal its own being. To
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    • evolution of mankind during the post-Atlantic time. We saw how
    • will strive to direct our souls more precisely to how
    • who became however at specific times an instrument, a mouth
    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • Despite that however they could be taught about the higher
    • out of their bodies. The largest part of the people however had
    • they could regulate their lives. How could this Mission of
    • way was there a danger leading to worship of these images. How
    • appeared in some places. It was easy however for the holy
    • During the Persian cultural epoch however, the students of
    • However, not a finished image, not a portrait should they
    • After death however, when they have become sufficiently worthy,
    • astral form. That divinity however, which the Jewish people
    • astral body. What is this called? Just think how one of the
    • understand that, then you will also understand how in ancient
    • From these viewpoints we will understand how this great
    • acknowledge gods as higher, who show you an image of something
    • This gives us the indication how the single “I” is
    • within the archetypal “I,” how to recognise the
    • the indication of how, through acknowledgement of one's own
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    • spiritual theme, a theme which, through Anthroposophy, shows
    • Theosophy however should be involved with mood or experience.
    • however that teaching, observation and knowledge are
    • and know sense perceptible things and pioneering events, how
    • We learn however through knowing that when we look into the
    • earth's beings are nourished through plants, and how, through
    • How
    • the body of Christ! How meaningful this becomes with reference
    • researchers take us back they show us how in the far, distant
    • see how the soul too has gradually changed its look. When we go
    • consider how human beings developed on the earth, we see how at
    • spiritual, when solidity hadn't crystallized, we see how the
    • something which shows how nature and spirit are connected.
    • whoever says this doesn't realise how childishly the argument
    • is. How can a flower grow without a spiritual basis, how can it
    • however allow our feelings, our attitude of mind and our
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    • and again told us how distinctly the mind of his great teacher
    • this subtle breath. You can read in Haeckel's own writings how
    • how he had remarked to his master that such resemblance as this
    • When, however, improvements in microscopes made it
    • distinguish living creatures, showing that we have to do with a
    • understand how all the events and occurrences which then
    • does not explain to us how the complex human
    • shows plainly enough that Haeckel possesses a spiritual as well
    • Brodie. After showing how ill-equipped was the Bishop for
    • had and how it may probably have functioned.” In the same
    • how active is the Spirit in the moulding of the form, where, to
    • learnt from that; we may learn how to acquire spiritually
    • knowledge as to the world's material combination, how to
    • sees how form builds itself up, as it were, from the simplest living
    • man. He who understands how to add the Spirit to what is
    • How did the first movement arise in
    • How did life originate within this
    • How is it that so many things in
    • little whirling spheres; how is it, then, that these same
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    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • from one life to the next in order to show how the general laws of karma
    • have little idea how altogether different people were in mind
    • subsequently discovered. (Roughly speaking, this is how they
    • etheric body slowly increasing in magnitude. He sees how his
    • standpoint. It was indeed quite true, how these people felt and
    • Europe were beginning to feel themselves, however
    • must, however, also bear in mind the following. Only the
    • must somehow be able to transplant ourselves into the inner
    • the Dominican Order. Only then do we gain an idea of how much
    • individuals among us felt how the thoughts of men appear when
    • have shown you how things work beneath the surface of external
    • history. You will have seen how what lived in one historic age
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    • however, realised already in the early months of that year that this
    • the Spirit. However glibly people may talk in these difficult
    • nor of how the human being has descended from spiritual worlds
    • of Anthroposophy, however, you will realise that what I shall now say
    • systems. The essential form of the head, however, is a copy of the
    • Capricorn, as it is called nowadays. In the true symbol, however,
    • 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
    • The dying part — which, however, determines the existence of
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    • We have heard how in accordance with anthroposophical knowledge, the
    • Zodiac. We heard how certain forces proceed from the constellations of
    • these stars when combined with the Sun forces, and how the shape and
    • the arm or hand is making, but we do not know how the power of
    • it. That is a fallacy, however, for if you cut a piece of wood, you
    • death. In his earthly development, however, man is so constituted that
    • into a natural home. If however a man has grown into it the other way
    • this inner love for a language and people. When, however, a man grows
    • through birth, depends upon how we encounter, for the second time, the
    • freedom shows itself in the following way. Instead of forming free
    • Archangels depends upon how we have ennobled our thinking and
    • Those who realise how this present life which generates such forces of
    • We know how the Spiritual in man is gradually absorbed by other
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    • And we then tried to understand how the heaven of the fixed stars and
    • heard how the inner, spiritual core of man's being is related to the
    • when we observe how in his physical life on Earth, man can achieve
    • Such studies show us that man's life can only be truly understood when
    • however, we are unable to work on the child's life of feeling and of
    • world, mankind must be brought to realise how essential it is for the
    • how to bring it to expression in life. Abstract theories are really of
    • purposes of life in its immediate reality, it is necessary to know how
    • show him a plant with yellow flowers and round petals and merely tell
    • a Guardian Angel’ and he feels no desire for detailed knowledge of how
    • life is differentiated in the various regions of the Earth, or how its
    • Northern peoples towards the South West and to see how — in
    • We need remind ourselves only of one fact — how the peoples of
    • Eastern Europe turned to the Vareger, and how in the East of the
    • birth. We must study how we can apply in this earthly life what we
    • however paradoxical this may seem, it is indeed so — then you
    • old beaten tracks. Those however who let this opposition deter them
    • of Anthroposophy. When people see how Anthroposophy is being attacked
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    • house, as records show, had been engaged in the ribbon-weaving
    • that at this moment were showing signs of deep distress. The boy
    • meal he had intended to hear the morning sermon. However, he
    • Meissen. ... Young Gottlieb, however, felt by no means at home in
    • Gottlieb to relate the whole affair to him and showed deep
    • period forbidden fruit at Schulpforta. However, there was one
    • minister and preacher. Indeed one may say he had shown himself
    • peculiar feelings with which Frau Ott read this epistle. However, the
    • the ideas themselves, however excellent these may be.
    • was a post as tutor at Warsaw. However, as soon as he arrived and
    • himself. Thus favourable criticisms were showered upon it from every
    • illustrate this self-renewing faculty of the Ego, how all mental
    • activity can arise in the Ego and how man can only reach a real
    • Fichte's influence, we can understand how it was that this man, the
    • with Schiller how his, Fichte's, teaching activity and his manner
    • one of his books, he attempted to illustrate how, in his judgment,
    • see, people nowadays do not know how to recite inwardly. But people
    • well, I think, record here the singular tolerance shown by Karl
    • service.” However, Karl August was brought to this decision only
    • author's will; however, he wrote in the form of a preface some
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    • how something arose in the deepest, innermost soul life of young and
    • outside through windows, how the earth is being covered with its
    • have to depict very intimate soul moods. One would have to tell how
    • So we may expect to gain some understanding of how in times past the
    • among the people of Germany and Western Europe, and how this festive
    • it — with how much enthusiasm the old professor Schröer
    • actually visiting these village people and witnessing how they have
    • root in our circles; for these people have no idea how a simple, yet
    • other art institutions, no matter how much ado surrounds these things.
    • “Paradise play” which shows us the Fall of man, and the
    • spiritual world and how it differs from the world of the senses. Today
    • people can hardly conceive how one could feel spiritually as late as
    • the 15th or 16th century, and how an awareness of spirituality was
    • But we want to understand too how much this is connected with the
    • carefully, we can actually detect how this materialistic mood has
    • they were shown the tree of knowledge or the tree of life they knew to
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
    • I would still like to give you some idea how people felt their
    • only through one single line, how the elements of Nature spoke
    • eternal, imperishable “Christ festival of humanity”: How the
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • time, along with all those who have traveled here in order to show in
    • your midst how their hearts and souls are dedicated to our sacred
    • however, will penetrate to regions that will lead us nonetheless to
    • of ours will show that a real and deep knowledge of this poem, as
    • its world-historic significance, and then be able to see how it can
    • approach such a thing we feel how little human language, philosophy,
    • ideas, serving for everyday life, are sufficient for it; how little
    • how, in the midst of the battle, Krishna appears and unveils before
    • things. He begs Krishna to show himself to him in such manner as he
    • world to approach the glory of this description of how the sublime
    • genuine observation shows Arjuna's soul to be. All that to which
    • Arjuna shows no inclination, needing Krishna to tame him down to
    • intelligible to Arjuna. How easy it is in our time for a person to
    • matter of belief, but of knowledge. We are however only at the
    • him with Krishna's disciple Arjuna. Think how the Greek has to be
    • think of how we once had this access that it once was there for man.
    • of Arjuna and feel the horror that lived in him when he realized how
    • with the right. Think how Arjuna's soul confronted the impending
    • us once [and] for all see quite plainly how Arjuna stands there as
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • wonderfully composed, that it forms an artistic whole. I could show,
    • for instance, how St. John's Gospel, when we penetrate into its
    • initiation of Lazarus. It makes us realize how we can always find
    • show the same for the structure of St. Mark's Gospel. When we regard
    • because every schoolboy understands it! We see how stupid this is,
    • where I showed that human ideas
    • soul, then only are you ripe to understand how, after all, it is not
    • the times and spaces of the physical world. How do you now feel your
    • We see how the first
    • stage shows itself at once as a necessary consequence of the deeply
    • it would be nothing but dogma. If, however, the author
    • because he shows what paths the soul has to go through in order to
    • reach such conceptions. That is the point, that it has been shown in
    • the book how every individual man, if he reaches into the depths of
    • and wishing to lead him on into the occult world, now goes on to show
    • him the next stage, how every soul can reach that higher world if it
    • see how the
    • The third stage shows
    • However, before man can
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • THE last lecture I was trying to show you how the thinking of
    • spiritual world. I tried to show you how at bottom this abstract
    • in such a way. In our careless haste we fail to recognize how, after
    • easily reject any higher significance in our dream life, showing that
    • notice how one thing or another wells up before us that we could not
    • spiritual worlds. One condition must be fulfilled, however, if we
    • realizes how in this connection people can give themselves up to the
    • how he may gain insight into the higher worlds. Then his curiosity is
    • however, for all sorts of inner feelings begin coming in and make us
    • to explain to them how easily one can understand that. In many cases
    • their endeavors to break away from a liking for meat, however, they
    • from our waking consciousness. If, however, we hold back all our
    • bitter feelings, let us try to understand how one actually comes to
    • imperfection. That is something real, and important. How superficial
    • forward from one life to another. How short is the time in which it
    • him the answer due him, however, he would not be able to understand
    • this self behind. That, however, is a difficult thing to do
    • still further, showing why Arjuna has this more powerful
    • remains unexplained how Arjuna came to it at all. Nowhere do we see
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • exercises as may be practiced today. In that ancient time, however,
    • show him, he would certainly be content with his existence. He would
    • how they come into being and pass away again, but he would ask no
    • their time speculating on the meaning and purpose of life? How does
    • Somehow a great respect
    • enough. The occultist himself knows how easily such objections are
    • conviction, however, that if only the good were present the world
    • however, man could perceive in a still higher, still more spiritual
    • like now to give you an idea of how one's consciousness in this realm
    • one point, however, their criticism ran absolutely wild; in fact,
    • of how many things there are in which the highest spiritual beings
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • to your definition this is a man.” A silly way to show the
    • the near future it will more and more be realized how sleep has to
    • without seriously injuring them. It remains true, however, that the
    • shall see how, in all directions since the last third of the
    • more become evident how the new mode of thought has to come in touch
    • was so significant about Bruno's deed in explaining to men how the
    • There are, however,
    • even mightier cycles in human evolution. We may note how
    • how senseless it is to teach children religion. There are many such
    • of human progress. He points out how men are influenced by the
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • ingeniously. He says how unsatisfactory it is to apply purely
    • conditions. He shows how human life at that time was completely
    • imbedded in these ideas and how widely they influenced political and
    • how objections are piled up against anthroposophical thought, for
    • the spiritual worlds, however, beings were working into man's
    • He could then see how the self-consciousness of man was being
    • tells us how under special circumstances a man could come into the
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • historical impulses in mankind's evolution. How often, for instance,
    • because in countless instances it can be shown that the teachings of
    • of modern abstract thinking, however, we may have a contradiction
    • firmly realize how the human soul, under certain conditions, can
    • aspect, calling him Krishna. We must realize how Arjuna meets that
    • showing how a creative Spiritual Being preparing for a new age
    • higher worlds, however, we do not perceive by means of sense organs
    • itself that Being. What it represents, however, is not the Being
    • How often men ask
    • are told how the soul can become ever more free of the outer bodily
    • how the soul can retire into itself, realizing inaction in the
    • one with Brahma. In the succeeding discourses we see how our
    • It is remarkable how
    • live, that too doth in Thee dwell, when to my gaze is shown Thy
    • how Being works, the end of all the ages. Nought know I anywhere; no
    • abstractly for the present, we see how a continually increasing
    • individualization was prepared and brought about in mankind, and how
    • Christ and Krishna. I have tried to show how closely the two impulses
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • upon the world it shows itself, roughly expressed, as an ascending
    • kingdoms of nature. The point is, however, that man gains knowledge
    • within himself, however, he can only gain knowledge of that insofar
    • surmise them. Science, however, is on the way and one day will reveal
    • recognize how the creative forces active in the earth's life to raise
    • philosophic dicta about “nothing,” however pretentious
    • show what difficulties external science has and must have in getting
    • perceive how wonderfully human nature is composed. The generative
    • only show itself to them when in their sleep they attained
    • form. At the moment, however, of which the
    • wonderful mystery. We see how into the body of the Luke Jesus child
    • history. That is not the way, however, by which this secret was
    • see in this how the science of man will have to work into the occult
    • realm in the age we are entering; how the fundamental impulses of
    • individual persons, and how this will throw more and more light on
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • of the West (not those of southern Asia), however, is altogether
    • bring together different materials that can show us the way to enter
    • poured out into all people. Until our time, however, these facts
    • one anecdote that like many others reveals a deep truth — how a
    • found. By the whole configuration of their mind and soul, however,
    • Consider how these people receive from
    • people, to develop something that may easily make them feel how far behind
    • has just been said, we shall gain a ray of light to show us how
    • really is. Also, we shall realize how untold misunderstandings are possible,
    • and how harmful they can be.
    • understand how the people of the East can look up to the old creative
    • meaning. We can understand how the Eastern man looks up with
    • great, however, is the spread of that angel's mighty wings that the
    • Now imagine how
    • to show how different is the whole configuration of feeling and idea
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    • Bhagavad Gita. With extensive details and insights he shows how the inner
    • which gives us an idea of how different men were then. They called
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • his surroundings. However, when the world about him becomes so
    • before our spiritual gaze. Krishna explains to him how we must free
    • ego. He shows its separation from its environment. He explains soul
    • activities according to how they partake of sattwa, rajas or tamas.
    • a sattwa man. Just in that time of the Gita, however, there
    • materialistic congress how each person in the depths of his soul is
    • indicates to Arjuna how the different religious beliefs may be
    • described how a kind of picture-consciousness, a living imagery,
    • lighted up man's soul; how there was hovering above it, so to say,
    • however, it is the pains of the way, that are important.
    • teaching, how it directs man to put aside all externals, to become
    • that it may be borne ever onward to higher perfection. See how this
    • on in external processes of perfection but asking how shall he
    • once begun, however, cannot end suddenly. The urge to
    • evolution, however, works its way onward up to a certain tension. In
    • souls now feel how little they can escape from this enhanced
    • So we see how every
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    • thorough preparation. I must again emphasise, however, that anyone can
    • of such a lapse of memory as I have just mentioned. However, on the
    • characteristic of knowing quickly, let us say, how one ought to behave
    • train of thought of ordinary life in order to show what proof there is
    • a web. You see how the whole process of the Mysteries shows the
    • worlds are like between death and a new birth, and in how far it has
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    • This requirement is shown by the fact that when the soul becomes
    • for that is how it feels when one confronts the Void — the
    • That shows itself at once, for example, when a man is confronted with
    • the following manner. He cultivates the thought of how a man lives in
    • his physical body from birth to death and how — as has often been
    • measure of life is fulfilled. We have often seen how that is brought
    • It makes a terrifying impression to perceive how during certain
    • responsibility. A fixed law is evident here. The seer perceives how
    • morality. These souls show us how in the higher worlds there is an
    • everyday life and one will find how widespread is the quality —
    • how this love of ease persists, and how for a certain time after death
    • living in servitude to the spirits of illness and. death. But it shows
    • again how moral and natural law intermingle as soon as we come into
    • ordinary world. From the experiences in the spiritual worlds, however,
    • This will have indicated how a person should not let feelings and
    • Earth. Something else, however, arises within him. When he looks at
    • Everyone with a mere smattering of learning knows how the Earth's
    • Sun; how the plants cannot grow without the specific action of the
    • tried to show that the influence of the new Moon on rainfall is
    • however, it will emerge that sunlight, sun-heat, and also the other
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    • engendering the physical and etheric bodies of men. How the astral
    • But pictures call up for you long-past happenings, showing you that in
    • how they will again employ their forces in order to enter physical
    • existence. He looks down and sees how forces are sent out of the
    • company he has entered, he learns to understand how physical and
    • learns to understand this thoroughly. He comes to understand how
    • Then, however, arises a great longing, a longing that becomes terrible
    • how the astral body and the ego are born out of the Cosmos, how they
    • come into existence. Whereas the seer can discern exactly how the
    • how the astral body and the ego of man are brought into being. In
    • inward satisfaction in perceiving how the spiritual beings whose
    • bodies on the Earth. In contemplating how these beings worked down
    • stirred when they saw how the sheaths which man needs if he is to
    • which play into the physical body; saw how the forces which the Sun is
    • twenty-eight pairs of nerves. Then Zarathustra also pointed out how
    • Moon; he showed how wonderfully the structure of the Cosmos is adapted
    • souls were then led. They were shown the individual beings and facts,
    • how the etheric and physical sheaths arise and are formed out of the
    • a new birth, and when you feel how this Warmth and this Light stream
    • difference — this is shown also by the Akashic Records when one
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    • region. For that is how it was experienced.
    • of mind of one of these candidates, and realise how in the spiritual
    • How did That reappear which had become submerged in ancient Egypt? It
    • in the dawn of that epoch in the human soul — how the Knights of
    • toward death. We investigate how this has come about, and we find that
    • to be sought in certain definite places, as I have shown in my book,
    • matter will ask how a man such as Goethe can on the one hand bear
    • how a soul who in former incarnations could rule the entire man can be
    • that was grouped around the Holy Grail we are shown what can be
    • all-too-human”. Persons who in earlier incarnations showed no
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
    • entirely correct. No, all this should be judged in accordance with how
    • and tries to exercise honest self-knowledge, the more will he find how
    • character, he will very often notice at critical moments how in his
    • raging, and how they tear apart the domain of the Intellectual Soul.
    • And how is it with a modern man who devotes himself seriously to
    • that he wants to deny Amfortas. For how delightful it sounds when we
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    • How comes it that the animals and man out-breathe love?
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    • subordinates the body but teaches us how to use it for higher ends.
    • (2) The etheric body. How does it become perceptible?
    • acquire full and complete control of the physical body. This is how he
    • recounts what he himself has seen, — And how ought we to listen?
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    • This will make us realise how essential it is to nourish ourselves
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    • however, were abandoned from the beginning.
    • When the Initiate has penetrated into Devachan, however, he finds that
    • Our task is to learn how to decipher the pages of this book of living
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    • And when man knows how to impart life to what is highest in him, these
    • These examples serve to show that a close study of the transformation
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    • two. Christ taught man how to find the Law which was originally laid
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    • will proceed in the same way and consider how man has gradually become
    • it is easy to see how much we have acquired and yet how much we have
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    • familiar with spiritual science. It would, however, take us
    • time have I told you how spiritual science helps towards a
    • has however this meaning: The knowledge, the Word which
    • however, still another way of understanding this, and one
    • how one can illustrate this by a simple comparison. Look at a
    • ancestor. However, everything within the child expresses
    • while previously it showed more of a family type. In
    • however, John only understood once his higher self had
    • experienced it on the astral plane. However it will gradually
    • to be fettered to his physical body. Now let us read how this
    • describes the awakening of Lazarus. Previously he has shown
    • writer of the John Gospel was he whom the Lord loved. How was
    • we will go into certain details. Then you will see how every
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    • everyone. However what, in the old days, was a process
    • experiences how man has become what he is. This was achieved
    • in the depth of the soul. He who saw for himself how
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    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, and has shown us
    • A few examples will show that I have not forced an arbitrary
    • which were kindred enlarged families. How did one regard such
    • How can
    • sooner to reach the spiritual world. This shows ignorance. It
    • it. But how does he come to obtain these holy wheels? Through
    • the transfiguration. It is, however, not in the John Gospel.
    • abideth for ever, and how sayest thou: the Son of Man must be
    • important thing is that here the eternal is shown as against
    • did not know how to use the forces of nature in everyday
    • body in order to show man the way out of this world into a
    • wanted to add something which will have shown you that the
    • John Gospel is inexhaustible, and how full it is of strength
    • would see how deep are the words ascribed to John, i.e. to
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    • constituent part of all of them. Nowadays, however, we hear of a conflict
    • led to the making public of this knowledge, however, was the invention
    • us to show what this means.
    • physical body by the strength of his own will. The gap left will, however,
    • between good and evil also shows itself in a refinement of the aura.
    • recognised by a certain sign. An ordinary man shows no resemblance either
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    • others. From this comparison we can see how important such communications
    • Others again ask: How
    • how prophecy is possible — if it were not for this reversal of the
    • tells us quite rightly how the two natures appeared to Hercules in the
    • only by someone who has knowledge of the higher worlds. How readily
    • all that Caesar did and of all that happened round him — how he
    • exists in thought. The Akasha Chronicle therefore shows his intentions,
    • their thoughts, too, are shown. It is a true picture of what happened,
    • past history of humanity — but he must first learn how to do it.
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    • How does man spend the
    • How does the soul experience
    • How does the soul pass
    • to pause at every event and learn how to wean himself from his dependence
    • he naturally finds the loss of his body easier to endure. Even he, however,
    • understand how it is that modern men have come to actions of this kind.
    • How long does a man remain
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    • We have seen how at his
    • but that is not how it goes. Think how different life was for a man who
    • be there. Think how quickly the Earth is developing in every respect:
    • and had only the most primitive knowledge of how to light a fire or
    • make tools. How different it all is today! We can see how the face
    • considerations will give us the answer and we shall see how the changing
    • We must remember, however,
    • of the eye, and this is perfectly true. We see how true it is if we
    • observe how the eye degenerates in the absence of light. For example,
    • interval since his last incarnation, however, new conditions have arisen,
    • contrary in theosophical books are false. How is this to be understood?
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    • know a little about the nature of Devachan; now we have to ask how the
    • with all its flora and fauna, is continually changing: how different,
    • How different things must have been here, when primeval forest still
    • Who changes conditions on the Earth? How is it with the souls and spirits
    • have to see the activity of discarnate human beings; and we know how
    • set into the midst of it all. Now, however, most of our surroundings
    • Now how do the forces
    • tomorrow how Theosophy bears on these problems of education, which point
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    • We can properly understand how a human being grows to maturity only
    • terms of his sense-organs. The sense-organs, however, are not influenced
    • a child's sense-organs. He will see with his eyes how people round
    • impressions. How grateful Goethe must have been to his mother for telling
    • explanations but through examples and images. And how infinitely important
    • of the caterpillar and the chrysalis, and explain how the butterfly
    • natural gifts show promise of their becoming “an authority”.
    • which will show how from birth to the seventh year the essential thing
    • This is one example of how
    • find an answer. How then does the law of karma answer these riddles?
    • How does the law work
    • If I close the account and draw the balance, that will show my destiny.
    • the law of karma. However firmly I believe in the law of karma, there
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    • the fact that for most people the really burning question is: How does
    • how causes and effects are connected with these different bodies.
    • how they have changed your life. All this has produced a corresponding
    • how the Initiate can work upon his etheric body and can change even
    • his physical body. For the moment we must consider how all this extends
    • This type of character shows itself even in childhood, and a child with
    • anything else. If, however, a man has learnt a great deal from experience
    • From this we can see how
    • How, then, should we try
    • develop the etheric body produces a result, however slowly, and education
    • to good health. How a disposition to infectious diseases arises in the
    • understand health and illness, we must bear in mind how complicated the
    • of how things in the spiritual life are inter-related can be seen in
    • This then is how diseases
    • how things are interconnected.
    • How is the law of karma
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    • voice telling us what to do and what to leave undone. How did such an
    • How, then, has conscience
    • civilisation which was at one time universal. But how does a man like
    • from fundamental observation of how thinking can go wrong. Knowledge
    • yesterday, you will have in mind a question: How is it with the
    • however strange it may sound, is not mere theory or speculation, but
    • this how wonderful karmic relationships really are, and how questions
    • The members of the Manichean Order are already learning how to transform
    • in order to show you that nothing can be truly understood if it is looked
    • By this means the members of his being learnt how to acquire good eyes,
    • How are karmic compensations
    • persons concerned must be born again as contemporaries. How does this
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    • If we ask how man has
    • how these bodies have evolved, we must realise that it is not only man
    • Manvantara. However, the names Saturn, Sun and Moon do not signify the
    • In the meantime, however, man had gained the power to separate something
    • grew the plant kingdom, as it then was. These plants, however, were
    • of the next few days how Theosophy enables us to understand for the
    • and how the most ordinary everyday things are linked with the most
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    • body, however, the astral body had as yet no independent existence:
    • entered into him — and how? Through the air. The capacity to breathe
    • At the same time, however,
    • shall see tomorrow how this development went on.
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    • how the great Initiate selected from the primal Semites, who were living
    • minutest detail. He taught them how to distribute their time and how
    • power of physical sight could develop. When men learnt how to conquer the
    • How different earlier
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    • from yesterday's study how important it is to develop a feeling
    • is interesting to study how it takes its course. Many people suppose
    • get some idea of how time appears in the astral world. A small experience
    • in the physical world; that is how impressions from higher worlds pass
    • all this was only dreamt — how can any significance be read into
    • said that Edison once dreamt how to make an electric light bulb; he
    • the same image. The important thing is to learn how to read the images
    • substance, and that is how perception on the astral plane occurs.
    • action. You must compel yourself to some action, however trivial,
    • he has of course to learn how the images are related to their objects.
    • who can tell him from the start how these things are related and how
    • course still need a Guru to advise him on how to make progress in
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    • but am considering only how best to live my life in the world.”
    • own dogma. Or think how people suffer from the dogma of the infallibility
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • the air as little as possible because he has learnt how to use it up.
    • How does he do it? The secret has always been known to the European
    • This is how it comes about.
    • so that the air he exhales is usable and can be breathed again. How
    • we shall see how it differs from the Eastern way. This Christian way
    • way up to the twelfth. He will soon learn how powerful an experience
    • this is; how he is led into the events in Palestine when Christ Jesus
    • lived there, as they are inscribed in the Akashic Record, and how he
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    • towards Initiation is the Rosicrucian, for the Rosicrucian method shows
    • in order to surmount the ordinary self. But how is this to be done?
    • we study as how we study. If we study the great truths, for instance
    • nothing about planetary systems, we show great egoism. True wisdom
    • is it and how do we achieve it? As we go through the world we must observe
    • example will show you more exactly what I mean. With the close of the
    • various methods of training, and I will end these lectures by showing
    • that you will see how man is related to everything that happens on
    • evolution of man and shown you how he can acquire a true inner being of
    • fluid. But it is not easy to understand how such a lifeless ball could
    • How man's destiny and will
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    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • of the Medical Section of the Goetheanum. How this standpoint is to be
    • the question is how one shapes the soul care, how one relates to it.
    • examines how the pastor has to relate to the physician in
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • have seen how doctoring, healing, by its very nature leads from the
    • To see how they are to
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    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • circulation. We can perceive in eurythmy how the octave goes out from
    • concretely to the real human being, it provides an explanation of how
    • a true understanding of the human being. However, I am convinced that
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • and one has to think how at this stage one can bring the other bodies
    • able to feel what they can give such a person, how to connect what
    • perhaps in childhood, which is still normal, already shows a tendency
    • nothing at all; they let God hold sway in them. That is how they
    • insane. If a priest notices at the right moment how things are
    • comparatively normal and show only the physical correlation: then it
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    • from such symptoms how important the transition is from health to
    • in every detail. They tell how when it comes upon them they are
    • very clear memory of it afterward), then they describe how a seraph
    • creates the conscious experience. That is how it is, for example,
    • it streams from within to the senses. That is how the feeling of
    • individuals — they will know how St. Teresa's etheric body
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • see, in ordinary life people don't have a true knowledge of time. How
    • through the present into the future. That is approximately how time
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • our epoch. You know how distasteful it is to some people to accept
    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
    • can or cannot exercise free will. How are you going to decide this?
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    • see how they develop as a children, from day to day, from week to
    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • — to build the second body. It is relieved, freed. How it is
    • How does this relate
    • Look at the child — how the child works at a second physical
    • the sunshine. One must understand that — how humanity stands
    • move from the sun sphere — in which, however, we also still
    • ideas are often very childish, and if one uncovers them and shows
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • symptoms the child shows from the bones, for instance, becoming
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • course I'm telling it this way to portray a type, and to show a
    • however, by some instant therapy, but in the following way. With
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • children are, how frightfully clever, what clever answers they can
    • puberty. That is how the condition that I have just been describing
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • Think how it is with
    • organization. How painfully sensitive they can be to all that flows
    • and change of teeth. Occasionally young children show, not exactly an
    • When it appears in the first life period, however, we should be
    • of utmost importance to investigate how certain capacities can be
    • more fully, so that you will see how an incarnation spent in such
    • an understanding for how these things are brought about.
    • We have seen how much
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
    • how in the external world, in electricity and magnetism, one pole is
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    • with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • beyond the single earth-life to show — with the help of a rather
    • obvious example — how the karma that a human being carries through
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • how karma works in relation to pathological conditions and also to
    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • bodily defect. Sin comes from disease. That's how evolution goes
    • whose dramatic poems show how he has brought from earlier
    • One sees clearly how they push in an unhealthy way to bring about
    • even sympathize with that. Indeed when I remember how some of our
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • torture of his earlier incarnation. You see how this deed comes from
    • You see how Raimund
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • body and become pathological cases, as I showed you, in three stages.
    • of his karma. We have to perceive how his karma works to create the
    • two extremes, how it holds them apart, sometimes letting them work
    • investigate the concrete details of the total human organism, how its
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
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    • science, we proceed further to examine how physical life is connected
    • forming of carbon dioxide. The inhalation process shows itself in
    • an important question: how is it during sleep? In sleep the etheric
    • exhalation there is no problem. But how can we inhale during sleep if
    • there as a foreign body. This is an example of how one gets nowhere
    • breathing. Then it will be understood how yoga could come about in
    • investigates the nerve paths, if one investigates how they are formed
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
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    • Just think, dear friends, how
    • the human being. We showed yesterday that one can go from the area of
    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • similar. Now one understands how in ordinary everyday consciousness
    • shows us that we are indeed connected with the universe. That the
    • carrying images out of us into the macrocosm. But now think how it
    • How could such a form
    • striving to pull and draw the human image out. How could this form be
    • how it is striving continually to draw the human element out, to
    • continually to lift human beings out of themselves, to show them
    • recognize how their tasks can be coordinated, we have grasped the
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    • You have seen how necessary it is
    • sleep condition. Normally, however, even during sleep the catabolic
    • illness. So we can say that sleep can show us how causes of illness
    • is in possession of some mineral or how it is in possession of it. To
    • understand how things relate to one another.
    • But this shows us that
    • the spiritual world, how much they are permeated by the spiritual
    • it was out of the body, they knew how the astral body and ego would
    • conditions. Now they realized how the astral body and ego out of
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • spiritual world, and learned how they relate to the physical world
    • different characteristics. We cannot see how a false direction of the
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    • of instructions go out to people telling how they can enhance their
    • thought power, how their thoughts can become powerful. In this way
    • for instance, how business executives can be successful in their
    • must be asked: How is it possible for active, creative thinking to
    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • things that must be faced. But how can we come to creative thoughts?
    • reckon how many breaths a human being takes in a day, we come to
    • which is connected with how the sun stands in relation to the earth.
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • universe. I have often indicated how the etheric body is breathed
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • That is how observation of the connection between processes in the
    • relation to the day. What do we relate to with our physical body? How
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
    • know all that — but how you know what that star's name is, that
    • came directly out of humanity's intercourse with the gods. However,
    • capricious all the way from rainshowers to comets. But as one
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    • to point out how the initiates in the old mysteries described their
    • able to form a physical human body. We have described how this
    • very exactly in the ancient mysteries how one came out of spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • that show that human beings indeed have more to do with the
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • However, at this present time they can be renewed. Indeed that
    • the material substance. And so initiates described how they were led
    • to a vision of the weaving life of matter and of how it appeared to
    • How would ancient
    • except other initiates? How could they have implied that they had
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
    • sense to subnature. How are we to think about the Father God with
    • physician's task to know how a person fallen to subnature is brought
    • other side to the Spirit. If then they are aware how their path leads
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • agent into the human body. The physicians will learn how it is done
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    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • the question is how one shapes the soul care, how one relates to it.
    • examines how the pastor has to relate to the physician in
    • in human life? How does a person take hold of his or her own life? We
    • have seen how doctoring, healing, by its very nature leads from the
    • To see how they are to
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    • only recall how certain phenomena that had been grouped together for
    • circulation. We can perceive in eurythmy how the octave goes out from
    • concretely to the real human being, it provides an explanation of how
    • a true understanding of the human being. However, I am convinced that
    • normally, but that the ego organization is somehow not properly
    • and we will see how to regard this person medically from an
    • and one has to think how at this stage one can bring the other bodies
    • able to feel what they can give such a person, how to connect what
    • perhaps in childhood, which is still normal, already shows a tendency
    • nothing at all; they let God hold sway in them. That is how they
    • insane. If a priest notices at the right moment how things are
    • comparatively normal and show only the physical correlation: then it
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    • from such symptoms how important the transition is from health to
    • in every detail. They tell how when it comes upon them they are
    • very clear memory of it afterward), then they describe how a seraph
    • creates the conscious experience. That is how it is, for example,
    • it streams from within to the senses. That is how the feeling of
    • individuals — they will know how St. Teresa's etheric body
    • years. Let me show by this line (see drawing above) that something
    • see, in ordinary life people don't have a true knowledge of time. How
    • through the present into the future. That is approximately how time
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • can see how the pastoral care of some person by priests, who are
    • our epoch. You know how distasteful it is to some people to accept
    • — no matter how they appear in this impulse: healthy or ill or
    • And please notice, something that in an abnormal person shows too
    • can or cannot exercise free will. How are you going to decide this?
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    • see how they develop as children, from day to day, from week to
    • body. We see how what we bring down from spiritual worlds — our
    • — to build the second body. It is relieved, freed. How it is
    • How does this relate
    • Look at the child — how the child works at a second physical
    • the sunshine. One must understand that — how humanity stands
    • move from the sun sphere — in which, however, we also still
    • ideas are often very childish, and if one uncovers them and shows
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • show clearly that the earlier forces of growth are now completely
    • symptoms the child shows from the bones, for instance, becoming
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    • who show certain aspects of behavior that to a physician may seem to
    • organism. Such persons, if one asks them a question, show a certain
    • course I'm telling it this way to portray a type, and to show a
    • however, by some instant therapy, but in the following way. With
    • abnormal is to be noticed. Everyone loves to see how clever these
    • children are, how frightfully clever, what clever answers they can
    • puberty. That is how the condition that I have just been describing
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • Think how it is with
    • organization. How painfully sensitive they can be to all that flows
    • and change of teeth. Occasionally young children show, not exactly an
    • When it appears in the first life period, however, we should be
    • of utmost importance to investigate how certain capacities can be
    • more fully, so that you will see how an incarnation spent in such
    • an understanding for how these things are brought about.
    • We have seen how much
    • in a trivial sense. My intention is to show you that such phenomena
    • how in the external world, in electricity and magnetism, one pole is
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    • CHIEFLY CONCERNED with discovering how far a human being may deviate
    • earth-life to show how the karma that a human being carries through
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • how karma works in relation to pathological conditions and also to
    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • bodily defect. Sin comes from disease. That's how evolution goes
    • whose dramatic poems show how he has brought from earlier
    • One sees clearly how they push in an unhealthy way to bring about
    • even sympathize with that. Indeed when I remember how some of our
    • dog out of the dog's bowl. You see how karma plays in from the animal
    • torture of his earlier incarnation. You see how this deed comes from
    • You see how Raimund
    • carried out. One sees clearly how karma from his earlier incarnation
    • who show an abnormality in one direction, the direction of spiritual
    • body and become pathological cases, as I showed you, in three stages.
    • of his karma. We have to perceive how his karma works to create the
    • two extremes, how it holds them apart, sometimes letting them work
    • investigate the concrete details of the total human organism, how its
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
    • how necessary it is in many cases to add a moral dimension to it.
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    • science, we proceed further to examine how physical life is connected
    • forming of carbon dioxide. The inhalation process shows itself in
    • an important question: how is it during sleep? In sleep the etheric
    • exhalation there is no problem. But how can we inhale during sleep if
    • there as a foreign body. This is an example of how one gets nowhere
    • breathing. Then it will be understood how yoga could come about in
    • investigates the nerve paths, if one investigates how they are formed
    • by the lymph vessels lets one see how lymph goes into the blood and
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    • Just think how
    • the human being. We showed yesterday that one can go from the area of
    • bodies, one would not come to the sun. How, then, does this
    • similar. Now one understands how in ordinary everyday consciousness
    • shows us that we are indeed connected with the universe. That the
    • carrying images out of us into the macrocosm. But now think how it
    • How could such a form
    • striving to pull and draw the human image out. How could this form be
    • how it is striving continually to draw the human element out, to
    • continually to lift human beings out of themselves, to show them
    • recognize how their tasks can be coordinated, we have grasped the
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    • YOU HAVE SEEN HOW
    • sleep condition. Normally, however, even during sleep the catabolic
    • illness. So we can say that sleep can show us how causes of illness
    • is in possession of some mineral or how it is in possession of it. To
    • understand how things relate to one another.
    • But this shows us that
    • the spiritual world, how much they are permeated by the spiritual
    • it was out of the body, they knew how the astral body and ego would
    • conditions. Now they realized how the astral body and ego out of
    • organism, how they sit normally within it. The priests learned to
    • spiritual world, and learned how they relate to the physical world
    • different characteristics. We cannot see how a false direction of the
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    • of instructions go out to people telling how they can enhance their
    • thought power, how their thoughts can become powerful. In this way
    • instruction today with this intent — for instance, how business
    • must be asked: How is it possible for active, creative thinking to
    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • things that must be faced. But how can we come to creative thoughts?
    • reckon how many breaths a human being takes in a day, we come to
    • which is connected with how the sun stands in relation to the earth.
    • arithmetic to see how we relate to the world with our breathing, how
    • Let us see how the average human life of seventy-two years fits into
    • show us? We begin a life and die. What do we do when we die? When we
    • universe. I have often indicated how the etheric body is breathed
    • as cold shows the tendency to go to the nerve-sense system. And today
    • That is how observation of the connection between processes in the
    • relation to the day. What do we relate to with our physical body? How
    • Something is there so that however profound our awe may be, even as
    • his country and let them show him various stars through the
    • know all that — but how you know what that star's name is, that
    • came directly out of humanity's intercourse with the gods. However,
    • capricious all the way from rainshowers to comets. But as one
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    • to point out how the initiates in the old mysteries described their
    • able to form a physical human body. We have described how this
    • very exactly in the ancient mysteries how one came out of spiritual
    • seemed to show a lack of harmony. It was said: If there were complete
    • that show that human beings indeed have more to do with the
    • rebirth. And these first steps had to be shown to them by a physician
    • However, at this present time they can be renewed. Indeed that
    • the material substance. And so initiates described how they were led
    • to a vision of the weaving life of matter and of how it appeared to
    • How would ancient
    • except other initiates? How could they have implied that they had
    • direction, at the life of the saint: this also, as I have shown you,
    • into infinity, comes back from the other side. This shows that the
    • or clairvoyance was thought to show that those who gained an
    • sense to subnature. How are we to think about the Father God with
    • physician's task to know how a person fallen to subnature is brought
    • other side to the Spirit. If then they are aware how their path leads
    • that we have shown in this course by learning which are the defective
    • agent into the human body. The physicians will learn how it is done
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    • — bara — however closely that deed might
    • the second word of Genesis, bara. However spiritually you may think
    • spiritual Beings, who, however, in a similar way — save that
    • existence were weaving its fabric — how best do we come to know
    • them? ... How can we draw near to them?
    • Beings. To begin with, however, we can come to know one aspect of
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    • tried to show how those tremendous, archetypal words with which the
    • to refer to the character of this language; today, however, let us
    • How far has this
    • awakening; groups of ideas arise in your souls. This is how
    • evolutions. Let us see how it looks in recollection.” What it
    • how they are resumed.”
    • you can read how with the addition of the air
    • how the Elohim, turning their attention to this complex after their
    • must go into more closely if we would understand how the spirit of
    • essential characteristic of life on earth. At that time, however, you
    • Word-element, streams back again, how does it act? It works from the
    • rays in with the light all that streams out from the Word. How is one
    • cosmic Word streams into the darkness. That is how the tohu
    • is today. Let us ask ourselves how man has become what he is —
    • yourselves how it could be raised to the level of the human form.
    • How then can one
    • picture by picture, how can one come to feel the cosmos inwardly, how
    • beginning to feel how the sounds of speech flash into form.
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    • they took an upward direction, showed a tendency to cloud-formation,
    • a tendency to stream out into space; on the other side they showed a
    • with the question of how we should understand the “day”
    • And that is what the Bible says. It is strange how little Biblical
    • possible as regards the animal nature. We have already described how
    • third “day” it is pointed out how in the environment of the
    • earth the sun, moon and stars now come into activity; how there begins
    • Therefore Genesis tells us, in wonderful accord with the facts, how
    • of such a soul-stirring discovery how can we attach any importance to
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
    • an outline of the six “days” of creation. I have shown
    • you how those who shrouded their deep wisdom in this narrative must
    • could pour all that was in them. I have already described how it
    • too what I tried to show in my Rosicrucian Drama, at the point where
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    • lectures, of which the first will be called: How can Anthroposophy be
    • refuted? And the second: How can Anthroposophy be substantiated?
    • show in the long run that this is so. As to Saturn's state of warmth,
    • of how in elementary existence warmth condensed to the gaseous or
    • account of the third “day” of creation. It tells us how
    • knowledge. It is all there if we know how to interpret it. It is a
    • day, during which we wake and sleep. Now of course you all know how
    • the world in seven such days. You perhaps also know how much labour
    • how much fruitless labour-has been applied to the task of
    • there too I called the Archai Time-Spirits, and described how they
    • what I am saying for years that you will acquire a real grasp of how
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    • explained. What we have so far learnt does, however, make clear that
    • How could one
    • last thirty years or so I have been trying at intervals to show the
    • How important that is
    • comes if it knows how to interpret its own findings properly. What
    • anew. Thus we saw yesterday how in the Spirit of the Elohim who
    • brooded over the waters the warmth state was recapitulated; how in
    • entry of light was recapitulated; how at the point where the forces
    • of creation. Then we saw how the life-ether intervened on the third
    • question of how to progress further and into greater detail. For
    • Thus we see how, when
    • we know how to interpret it, the Genesis account refers to Archangels
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    • link with what must have affected us in past epochs. This is how we
    • preceding lectures to form an idea as to how spiritual Beings, whom
    • back to our Elohim, to the Spirits of Form. You see how everything
    • senses actually show, we remain on solid ground. If one wants to
    • by the activity of the Spirits of Form. And how is that projected
    • of how such a thing could happen. Let us start with an illustration
    • This shows how
    • tragedies of human life; here we see how necessary it is that minds
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    • my task in this cycle to show in detail, as I have often done, that
    • to himself that he cannot yet know how far this is reality or
    • deception. He does not know whether what the pictures show is an
    • Thus what is actually to be seen is an inner faculty showing itself
    • pictorial perception which filled space. That was how he perceived
    • feel ourselves to be within this light, we feel how with this light
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    • how the earlier, preparatory stages of the Saturn, Sun and Moon
    • human kingdom was already there. Hence we have to ask ourselves how
    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • air. That, however, did not happen on the fifth day, but only at the
    • For Genesis guides us to the inwardness of creation, shows us what
    • How then was he
    • brought down to the surface of the earth? How did the further
    • investigation and those in the Bible. Notice nevertheless how in my
    • itself. Here also, if we know how to interpret what is said, we find
    • word how man fell through his own weight, and how he had to leave
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    • able to show how the Genesis account, rightly interpreted, has
    • will be to show with still greater precision the point of time at
    • with the first. I have often described how during the progress of
    • later. How could the Bible give this expression? It would have to say
    • We know, however,
    • soul-spiritual life. If it had stopped there, however, man would have
    • of this element, had the moon not withdrawn. But you see how it all
    • those ancient seers were aware how the tidings which made them vocal
    • how does it run? “They that beget the holy awe we feel”
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    • physically the beings of the air and of the water. How does Genesis
    • How was it achieved?
    • body. How did it come about? This differentiation, this separation into
    • external investigation, I should like to ask them how, in face of
    • to man. But how is it applied to man? At the moment when Jahve-Elohim
    • running through the whole of evolution. We saw how warmth condensed
    • to air and rarefied to light, how air condensed to water and rarefied
    • hearers readily realise how difficult it is to reach the depths upon
    • which the Bible story is based, how hard it is to find the true
    • investigation, then the real difficulties begin to show themselves,
    • particularly fruitful; for it enables us to experience how we
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    • how closely that festival is bound up with the earthly, for its
    • plan of a movable time for the Easter festival. It indicates how
    • shown you how man has changed in the course of evolution through the
    • times, however, men experienced a parallelism between the development
    • It is good that we should confess to-day, in all sincerity, how
    • Paul regarded it of supreme importance to make clear to men how
    • how different was the whole outlook of men in those days. Not that a
    • This is what Paul wanted to reveal to men. He told them how in
    • again they show an inclination to translate what he said into the
    • Paul. If, however, the event of Damascus was a mere hallucination
    • but Christ in me!” when we show so little inclination to examine
    • themselves how a super-sensible character can be brought again into the
    • ‘Easter,’ how do I stand to super-sensible knowledge? For Easter should
    • Easter. Look up to the full moon and feel how the full moon is
    • connected with man in its phenomena, and how the reflection of the sun
    • in search of a true self-knowledge which can show forth man as a
    • reflection of the super-sensible, if he recognises how he is formed and
    • show him on what kind of moral groundwork they are based — all
    • men come to see how the present way of knowledge, clinging as it does
    • How can we acquire this right again? We must take the thought of
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    • direction of decline. It is very necessary to realise how far men are
    • from any real understanding of the Christ Impulse and how closely this
    • evidence at the present time. These symptoms show themselves clearly
    • rulers, as priestly leaders. We will not at the moment consider how
    • life, as immediate reality. As time went on, however, this vision of
    • Possessing this ancient vision, how did man conceive of his own
    • and simple, of the material brain. I have often described how the
    • how to find, out of themselves, the forces that can lead to an
    • free will of man. Free will itself, however, is possible only on the
    • Romans, who showed the greatest intolerance of all to the Christians.
    • not be there. And how, I ask you, are the interests of a true
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    • something that is sacred to individual souls everywhere, namely, how
    • the Buddhists and the Christians, how little do they understand and
    • how insistently do they turn away from each other on the circumscribed
    • their comprehension; neither can they realise how such a Being
    • How could this be?
    • How does this poet, writing in the year 1835, describe this symbol
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    • under Constantine. And so we see how in the fusion of Christianity
    • We must always feel profoundly how, in this way, vision and
    • realm of trivial sentimentality, so too we must realise how necessary
    • the crucifix, the figure of the crucified One. And I have also shown
    • how then, in the sixth century, men looked upon death and felt it to
    • the picture of the crucifix alone. And when we see how the crucifix
    • How is man to acquire the power to grasp the Pentecost thought, the
    • empty phrase? How is man to acquire the power to grasp this Pentecost
    • of the universe with the sun, and of how the time of the Easter
    • the crucifix alone that must stand before us, however grandly and
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    • world to humanity. Just think how in the Old Testament, for example,
    • increasing sense of tragedy, and how, in fact, none of the teaching
    • itself external. There is no realisation to-day of how differently men
    • Golgotha; how differently — in a way that became impossible later
    • metabolism-born knowledge, because they have no inkling of how much
    • abstract sense — how much more even a camel, an animal wholly
    • how a god shared the human destiny of birth and death. This revelation
    • unaffected by human knowledge. Human knowledge, however, strengthens
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    • quite unmistakably how in the soul of Richard Wagner himself the
    • central idea of Christianity comes to birth, how it bursts the bonds
    • Spiritual Hierarchies. Those lectures, however, will have been a help,
    • there had this experience. The whole trend of modern life goes to show
    • all, however, this content of the spiritual worlds was preserved in
    • these worlds take vengeance, and this shows itself in man's
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    • who has reached the bourn of earthly existence; and he shows us how
    • insight how the festivals are meant to link the soul with all that
    • The progress of human evolution, however, has brought it about that
    • and tomorrow to an endeavour to show how this feeling, this inner
    • telling of how the Power, which was later called Christ, made Himself
    • all the ancient peoples knew how human evolution takes its course. All
    • ‘I’. So they describe how the great spiritual Beings, the Avatars,
    • itself, and He has shown us how the forces of redemption, the forces
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    • In the previous lecture we saw how in our epoch the Godhead reveals
    • of the Event of Golgotha for mankind? How deeply did it penetrate into
    • is not born in a manger among simple shepherds. The emphasis, however,
    • augured suffering for man, how does the great truth that life is
    • How does it present itself to men who look with understanding at the
    • all things in their due measure. The Christ Impulse shows us the way
    • How did the prototypes for these pictures that still delight us
    • that time. When we know this, they become examples for us. How can
    • the secret of how, in the quietude of a profound mystery, this ‘I’
    • And now — how can the uncorrupted remains of Kashiapa be
    • To everyone who understood it, this symbol was an inspiration of how
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    • commandments will find great cause for wonder. The fact is, however,
    • significance have to know how remarkable it is that in these Ten
    • was shown there how we have to trace back all men in their bodily
    • thinking. People, however, have now learnt to speak — or, rather,
    • may be compared with how a child learns to speak. Through the Gospels
    • may be compared with how the child learns the thought-content in its
    • of the earth and since that time has remained so. In our day, however,
    • his soul the man is keenly aware of how far in his inmost being he has
    • In our time, however, a change is approaching, an important change
    • compensate for it by doing a good one. This good action, however, can
    • a pathological condition of the soul. Those, however, who are
    • It is characteristic of human evolution, however, that old attributes
    • At the beginning this was not understated. Therefore we see how, when
    • how this revelation is already in process of throwing new light on the
    • they once possessed. When a man looks upon faith in that way, however,
    • or not we shall be physically alive. We do, however, know one thing
    • repulsion. This very point can show that the new spiritual-scientific
    • will eventually grow into plants. It shows, if we understand karma,
    • can judge how the new revelation makes its entry into the world,
    • ordering of Karma, begins, and we have seen how infinitely important
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    • In such matters, however — conditions being as they are —
    • view of Spiritual Science. The results of spiritual investigation show
    • how a man who has gone through the gate of death lives on as an
    • a thing, however, does not justify denying its existence; that would
    • However, knowledge of what is going on in the depths of the soul can
    • therefore understand how strong was the feeling in this young man,
    • still on earth, and how keen was his longing to be in a physical body.
    • the spiritual world, of personally experiencing how matters stood with
    • said, this is something not easy to understand. We need, however, only
    • faculties. The example I gave you yesterday of how a man will see, in
    • Just think how in the human souls now on earth the inner force is
    • “The Soul's Probation,” where we are shown earlier
    • opportunity for absorbing the truths of Spiritual Science. That is how
    • see friends and acquaintances they care for showing no inclination
    • the matter. It would be mistaken optimism to say: “If that is how
    • of how it will resemble and how it will differ from the one in old
    • of the ego; we now experience how one of our sheaths casts a kind of
    • theme, however, is always the same. What is now being portrayed in
    • example, and how even as an artist he was rising all his life to a
    • its light. Love in the sixth culture-epoch will show itself in a very
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    • from material life. In how many ways does the voice of the spiritual
    • nevertheless the windows into the spiritual world. How clearly and in
    • how manifold a way does the spiritual world knock at these windows in
    • transcends external nature, very soon knowledge will arise of how
    • “No matter how far the spiritual world may extend, however great
    • its kingdom, man is a kind of microcosm in himself.” However much
    • and sought after, was intended to show, in detail, how far man is a
    • product of the spiritual world, and how far in him are really to be
    • how little do we really know of it through external science? We must
    • have first to learn. If, however, we examine things more closely, we
    • how regulated this life of ours is — we need only bring to mind
    • fact. Whereas here death is a proof of how frail and transitory the
    • recollection. Death, however — and it is thereby distinguished
    • astonished how differently everything would take place.
    • to regulate your life accordingly. How many people think of this? It
    • how much goes on in this way, so that in a sense, we go through life
    • the day-aspect. How long does that last approximately? Now remember
    • think how wonderfully that agrees with the other points of view which
    • especially in our present time, how many relatively young men pass
    • regard it from the standpoint of earthly existence, shows us its
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    • will become conscious of how very much may be connected first with
    • had asserted: ‘How does that affect things? It is merely a
    • you picture two centuries later, how different everything appears!
    • how the first announcement of Christianity was completely opposed to
    • shown on other occasions how, from three or four different points of
    • however, in coming against something, you know of yourself, you become
    • one. This is how Karma is created. In order to understand these things
    • recapitulation, how he will enter the next incarnation in his
    • depends on the earlier ones. We see how our following incarnations are
    • very, very different; no matter how many men there are on the earth,
    • would be as if predestined. If, however, a man is especially active in
    • each year how the time of blossoming comes to the world in intervals.
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    • instance, in reference to Geometry. I have once before mentioned how
    • soul-life. We have no idea how clever we are in the subconscious
    • of everything, which shows our connection with the events and human
    • determine from the earth-consciousness how the life between death and
    • the earth needs this sacrifice of life. We can thus see how that which
    • indicated in broad outlines. You can then form some idea how great is
    • Cosmic existence, which shows us that we really experience two
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 4: The Connection Between the Spiritual and the Physical Worlds, and How They Are Experienced After Death
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    • The Connection Between the Spiritual and the Physical Worlds, and How
    • THE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE SPIRITUAL AND THE PHYSICAL WORLDS, AND HOW
    • In every domain Spiritual Science has to show us the connection
    • in one of the last lectures how souls still incarnated here in
    • proved, unless it can be shown in the same way as a reality; even in
    • presentation. Now, if you consider how physical life runs its course,
    • Thus when this question comes before the soul, one is shown the
    • have pointed out how clever we should really be if we could with our
    • We are really vexed that we are not able to carry it out. We think how
    • accomplish that particular thing. The astral body, however, with its
    • intimate and delicate nature. How often does it happen that we plan
    • thought to life, you will see how often it occurs, that people arrange
    • show an enormous subtlety — we cannot call this wisdom; we should
    • You may ask: ‘How can we do this?’ It is very easy to say
    • how are we to avoid doing this? Well, this cannot be done by rules,
    • How often does the demand arise, again and again: ‘Why are the
    • suggestions as to how these books could be written for the people and
    • How’ (the manner): that we should really bestir ourselves
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    • I have often pointed out how important and essential memory is for
    • a memory. When, however, we enter the spiritual world we must be
    • Our consciousness is, however, then so lowered that we cannot perceive
    • scientific life and elsewhere, which show how this longing lives at
    • lids which usually almost covered his eyes — showing the
    • how he lived and what now happened he relates in his statement. We
    • close to him. Anyhow he had the indescribable feeling of a strange
    • ‘In vain did he tell himself how absurd and ridiculous his
    • of the novel is necessary. For this shows that the Hofrat was now
    • forward which show him to be a man who did not go soulfully through
    • it, but ruminated over his own decay, as he himself shows in his
    • could be recalled so easily. Just consider how interesting it is that
    • his life. One cannot help saying: how natural it would be for such a
    • connections. How infinitely important would it be for Berger to have
    • the Cosmic riddle. But note — how do they do this? They either
    • That is the object of the Divine Path. He was unable, however to add
    • of this unconscious fear, and how everything that is brought forward
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    • Day of Epiphany in a very unusual way. And we are reminded thereby how
    • how this Olaf Åsteson actually experiences what we are able to bring
    • thing is that we should perceive how humanity has proceeded in its
    • nature, and expressed this by relating in pictorial fashion how beings
    • Olaf Åsteson, which shows in such a beautiful way how a simple
    • human thought, if we deepen it through meditation, shows us that in
    • It is almost incredible how rigid thought has become in our time. I
    • Now, Mauthner finally explains how man actually forms nouns,
    • The matter has, however, really another aspect. We must be clear that
    • Science. That is not the point, the essential question is how the soul
    • Now we can ask ourselves: ‘How does it come about that such a
    • How is this? One does not learn how this comes about by following the
    • How little I have really accomplished in the matter and how
    • words are no reality in themselves, we do not, however, speak in
    • We can see in one definite respect how absolutely our age demands that
    • describes what the Christ Festival is to the children and further, how
    • out of the neighbouring village, not out of his own; how the children
    • What the children went through is very beautifully described; how
    • civilisation shows Him to us, but He is to be found everywhere!
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    • In all esoteric teaching it is important to learn how we should look
    • is however necessary to gain a higher standpoint, to penetrate more
    • religious symbols are however drawn out of the very nature of the
    • the spinal column. The invertebrates however do also have a nervous
    • descriptions, however, have arisen in quite another way than by
    • And how at some future time those who are good will have to deal with
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    • however sees in activity the foundation of the whole universe as it
    • upon it. In our time however man works upon it constantly. When he
    • part of man's astral body which is his own work. That, however, which
    • however the desire to take part in the world surrounding him. This is
    • perceive through the organs, which however are no longer there. If
    • not reached a state of balance. When however the activity gradually
    • the instrument continually shows strong oscillations, but in a big
    • however persists during the intervening period. The inter-relationship
    • however the physical body is in a state of lethargy it is possible for
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    • see how he produces speech and in speech the word ‘Ich’ (I).
    • light forms which are however only to be observed by the consciousness
    • aware of how things appear to the astral perception of this being. One
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    • example of bees in order to show how one arrives at such truths and
    • he can also perceive the life in a beehive. Here however a phenomenon
    • in the beehive, one learns how later on man will produce matter out of
    • the bees is to be found in the higher regions of the Buddhi plane. How
    • way that he perceived how things could be used as remedies because he
    • show themselves, which eluded observation when the experiments were
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    • how one can look into the Akashic Record. If one can rise to the
    • Now however Buddhi-Manas must also begin its development. Man must
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    • The colour must however first be produced in order that we may
    • thinking however he is creative. Nothing gives rise to thoughts unless
    • Atlantis and present day humanity. However it was not possible for all
    • retained its opposite pole. In the fox's cunning however the germ of
    • experiences, so that he knows how to make use of every single thing
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    • parts, however, from which the higher has been withdrawn do not remain
    • in the human brain. Underlying this however there was development. At
    • environment. This however he did through pictures. Thinking hovered
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    • of Christ. In addition, however, one finds others who are incarnated
    • Iscariot had to betray Christ. One can however say: had there been no
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    • Moon to the Earth. This makes absolutely clear how everything external
    • the materialistic civic sense. The spiritual life had, however, to be
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    • in forms of every description. The surrounding part shows cloud
    • different and changing. Green shows sympathy and compassion for one's
    • fellow men. The lower levels of the population show much red in the
    • and shows, as an important factor, a dark violet spot in the middle of
    • appear within it. In the lower parts however little children also have
    • of today therefore still shows certain good or bad qualities coming
    • To see how the auric egg has been formed we must consider the
    • an astral form. This future astral condition of form however will
    • solidified; now however they are becoming increasingly separated.
    • more and more physical. In the same degree however in which it becomes
    • At first the auric egg seems to be undifferentiated. Actually however
    • The greatest impulses of world history can however no longer be read
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    • Today we are going to explain how Karma works and make clear to
    • ourselves how it is connected with the so-called three worlds. All
    • become selfless. His day-consciousness is however not yet selfless if
    • however, he forgets himself, the separateness vanishes and he finds his
    • however that he has come into this situation. He was not always in the
    • for then we should have it within us. At present however man has
    • little of it. When however he comes to his last incarnation, he must
    • again; this engenders the longing for new incarnations. How long the
    • soul remains on the Arupa Plane depends upon how much the human being
    • however still higher from the Arupa Plane up to the next higher, the
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    • placed himself. The cerebellum is the Bodhi tree. This shows how what
    • life around him. At that time however the pupil required hardly any
    • Now we must ask ourselves how the different parts of the human body
    • of the nerves stream the so-called abstract thoughts, which however
    • proportion to his own development. People, however, who are more
    • happened in the Russo-Japanese war; it is however not a general rule.
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    • the pupil of the apostle Paul. It was however not
    • Chronicle does however teach that Dionysius actually lived in Athens,
    • These teachings however could not find general understanding because
    • Now let us develop certain concepts as to how man — the ordinary
    • There is however no need for man to be inactive in the higher regions.
    • completely mechanical process. There is however nothing outward that
    • Everything however that is called adaptability conceals human activity
    • he pleases. People however do not work harmoniously together, and
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    • natural circumstances. It is however only partially natural, for moral
    • The relationship between two people can however also exist without
    • A being can however become entangled in what should actually remain
    • If however the human being has connected himself too strongly with the
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    • through Theosophy today. In the outside world however there was no
    • occult teaching are however present in the Eastern method, which is
    • could however be allowed to flow subconsciously into European culture.
    • soul. As a rule however all these works in the outer world remain
    • which is however the essential thing for the painter. It is what the
    • pictures stands at the stage of Shadayadana. The one however who
    • Somewhat different however from this contact with the outer-world is
    • Eventually however, quite personal forces appear which draw him back
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    • How Karma works in relation to deeds, words and thoughts. The opposite
    • past which at the same time shows its results in the forms around us.
    • Something new arises however through Mr. Kiem's relationship to the
    • about what has come into being already. He can however turn his
    • of human thoughts. Anyone wishing to work for the future must however
    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • human Karma. What however he produced in the way of words not only
    • the single personality. They ceased however to be only personal when
    • humanity. In his speaking however a man cannot be entirely selfish,
    • individual sees how as a member of humanity he is also spun into the
    • threads of karma and how he lives and weaves into the whole karmic
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    • is for man something of lesser importance, but when he understands how
    • it reveals itself to the senses; it is however created by means of
    • Behind these alterations however there lies also an alteration in the
    • This shows us that with our words we produce impressions in the realm
    • secret of how the great founders of religions projected their
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    • If we wish to obtain a more exact knowledge of how Karma comes about,
    • elephants. We should however hardly have met in our wanderings in
    • however is not always the case. If for example we trace the human
    • In the Lemurian Epoch, however, man was still at a stage at which he
    • however unlike the reminiscences inherent in our dreams, for he dreamt
    • way. Only then can one understand how the astral body of man came into
    • it is different. The one portrays his cosmic structure, the other how
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    • Yesterday we saw how in a certain way man is connected with
    • of cold. If however they become stronger, if their substance is
    • show themselves there as hollow spaces, they drain the substance away.
    • with far greater intensity. The animal however presses its own
    • arise new elemental inhabitants in astral space. Gradually however man
    • however which he achieves in freedom from what is sensual, through
    • feed on it; it has for them a great force of attraction. This shows
    • is thus formed can however not work so harmfully as what the human
    • animals. This is not so however with the beings created through man,
    • therefore, instruction is first given as to how one cuts into animals.
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    • Certain things are however already present in the etheric body. What
    • itself to us as dreams. What however has taken place during the night
    • higher self. In order however really to get to know the higher self we
    • however we take its life-energy from some particular being, we steal
    • troubled by these astral shells. This shows itself in the case of weak
    • seal we take with us. What remains behind however in astral space we
    • however in her later teachings she declared was erroneous.
    • impressions into his etheric body. These however he partially forgets.
    • death, he looked back on his past life. This however expresses itself
    • These are two vital moments, for they show us what the human being
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    • This law of effect and counter-effect however also holds good for the
    • expression on the physical plane. A feeling does not show itself
    • it possible to influence the growth of plants; they have however
    • Even though thoughts seldom show themselves as such pure thoughts they
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    • however, is always clad in a different garment. In the physical,
    • stage of having his present day physical consciousness and of how he
    • the Monad. We ask: How has the one and how has the other arisen? Where
    • thrown off however remained as separated astral forms, beings with a
    • This is how the descent of the soul takes place. But in order that it
    • parts. These ten parts (shown in the diagram) hold the body together
    • of Nature and everything depends on how strongly they are connected.
    • is, how the results of the deeds are brought about. If these results
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    • uncoordinated Earth mass. Now we ask: How did this come about? A plant
    • however, wished to make of them beautiful statues. At that time these
    • however if Jehovah had continued his work alone will reappear in the
    • the earthly planet. Reproduction however became bisexual and thereby
    • however selected only the most highly developed examples and evolved a
    • angels in human form. The Moon Adepts however had so brought things
    • Prometheus however gives them fire, the faculty of developing ever
    • Earth, to a petrified planet. If however one teaches reincarnation and
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    • however, they are four successive forms of the Earth. Thus we have
    • his hosts had given man his form. On the plastic-astral Earth however
    • did not yet contain this. On the Last Globe however the seeds contain
    • first go through a longer Pralaya. This longer Pralaya is however not
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    • evolution. Now however one can no longer be satisfied with mere
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    • then however there again arose the sack-like formations in the ether,
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    • series of planets existed; certainly however there was the entire
    • had to be there. The new condition of consciousness however, at the
    • Second Logos. Everywhere, however, where we have to do with a coming
    • nothing. Creation out of nothing is however not meant in such a way as
    • physical plane whose consciousness however lies on different planes.
    • minerals) however know such beings very well. A gnome is only visible
    • worked in, is however gradually worked out again. In advanced age the
    • implanted into the astral. When a person perceives how he has been
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    • We will give you yet another special example of how one can immerse
    • around us. There was however a time when everything was dark. Let us
    • earlier forces however had to be retained. Now we have reached the
    • inner vision. This has a practical value, for one can remember how in
    • in the external fire. Here we have an outstanding example of how in a
    • are concerned. This is very far-reaching and makes clear to us how man
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    • must however ask: where do the bacilli come from? They are just as
    • world. Let us assume however that it comes in conflict with another
    • mood of all these mediaeval peoples, one sees how the desperation of
    • estimate how the moral life of a nation conditions the external life
    • esoteric knowledge. This consists of rightly perceiving how the
    • One can judge from this how profound was the perception of those who
    • So one sees how the physical is a result of what preceded it
    • spiritually and how in particular circumstances people have it in
    • the physical with its spiritual origin. For example, if one knows how
    • taught how to make people well, without at the same time learning how
    • of the plant world. From this we can form a concept of how Worlds go
    • under, how the World which preceded our Earth passed away. On the Old
    • man in a similar way to how this happened on the Old Moon. This is the
    • how the decline and uprising of Planetary evolution is to be
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    • will follow concerning the different races. First however attention
    • first to be very arbitrary. This is not so however, they are born out
    • the power of clairvoyance. We can however form a conception of this
    • Occultists know how man is connected with Nature.
    • must ask: How was it originally brought about that milk, as it then
    • Wine had first made its appearance with the Persians. Here however
    • water into wine at the marriage in Cana, we are shown how Christ took
    • was there and show mankind how the physical constitution of the race
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    • fact Time. How did one arrive at the concept of time? Whoever seeks
    • the veil of illusion, he will appear to you as such; if however you
    • conquers the evil is Zervan Akarana, Time. This is how good and evil
    • work, attention directed to the outer world, concerned as to how
    • however groups always remained behind which fell away from what
    • How Joseph was initiated was first recounted. He was removed from his
    • influence, the same Initiation School. We can trace how the Irish
    • another. Both, however, have a common native ground since they both
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    • melancholic, and choleric. Steiner describes here how each person's
    • are just as important. For how endlessly varied people are! We need
    • themselves in everything we can observe from without. However, this
    • However, this inheritance gives us only one side of his nature. Joined
    • Steiner was ignorant of the concept of seed crystals. However, a
    • Now the important question arises: How can something originating in a
    • unite itself with physical corporeality? How can it clothe itself in
    • the bodily features that link human beings to a hereditary chain? How
    • his manner timid. He seems somehow to be not entirely in touch with
    • Thus you see how significantly spiritual science can contribute to the
    • degenerate into unhealthy extremes, we realize just how important this
    • properly carried out, however, one basic principle must be observed,
    • always stimulate the sanguine child's interest in. However flighty the
    • sanguine child is exposed to a variety of things in which he has shown
    • child. Any showing of incompetence should be avoided. The child must
    • The melancholic child is not easy to lead. With him, however, a
    • cannot be disciplined out of him. However, it can be redirected. We
    • From the examples of these pedagogical principles, we see how
    • they can accomplish little. Indirectly, however, they can accomplish
    • however, only by knowing what lies in the depths of the soul. Slowly
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    • and we try to understand how it pours into, becomes manifest, in
    • question: How comes it that I am able to apply intelligence to
    • spiritual investigator says. When we observe how this spirit which
    • suffice. A man of discernment need not go far field to perceive how,
    • his intellect. And we see how this inner, spiritual activity is
    • distributed as it were among the different animals, how it comes out
    • shown that instincts may far outstrip human intelligence, and that
    • those organs that are directed to the inner life. An inkling of how
    • species, we see how closely the expressions of soul life are bound up
    • conditions an animal shows fear, we can say: When it shows fear, this
    • is due to its particular organization. Again, when an animal shows a
    • from a different standpoint, it gives most useful examples of how
    • however, the species of animal is revealed to us. Therefore to the
    • courageous or cowardly, rapacious or gentle, according to how the
    • him that has not been expended in his organs; we see how he
    • works further upon his organs, how he really teaches his organs. From
    • this, however, we realize that in his individual life man is in
    • in animal. We see how closely the soul life of the animal is bound to
    • its organism, how closely its faculties and skill, indeed all its
    • world — but a great deal when we observe how it experiences its
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    • need only point to how certain achievements, obviously attained only
    • same intelligent activity that is shown by man in the tools and
    • and development — we referred to the fact that we discover how
    • however, this helplessness is the one thing that enables man to
    • have indicated how we have to consider the relation of the spirit to
    • one end. We must, however, grasp him also at the other end. If we
    • Who would fail to see how the skeleton, if one looks at it, as
    • riddle; how life is as it were discharged into the form, is caught up
    • movement; how in the struggle for upright gait, in the struggle to
    • at a certain age, however, the possibility ceases for the further
    • life, and at this later time we should be able to show that these
    • rising into consciousness — upon how gestures taken as a whole
    • We can also see how the
    • check. When we notice how man, in his mien and in the play of his
    • his inner self, we find how what actually first appears in the
    • body. There exists, however, as a certain ground work what may be
    • how the spirit works in direct relation to the form, how forces of
    • observation show us how in reality the spirit lives itself out in the
    • from within; we see, too, however, that what lies at the basis of the
    • animal shows itself quite incapable of taking things in, in the way
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    • “believe” in such things. The moment, however, he begins to
    • description was, however, written more than a hundred years ago, and
    • this was wonderfully portrayed by Herder when he tried to show how the
    • poetic mood entered into human evolution, and how this poetic feeling
    • which filled their souls and hearts. They did not, however, look for
    • lost to modern research. At one time, however, such things were
    • concrete knowledge of how, for instance, the rays of the will are
    • related to the rays of the sun, how human forms of thinking are
    • By means of an initiation suited to modern times, however, we are
    • Such a man looks, maybe, at a beautiful flower. He does not, however,
    • before it became so difficult to find a publisher! Today, however, he
    • another form. It is, however, necessary to be quite clear about the
    • begun to understand how the element of will inherent in the soul
    • streams out towards the rays of the sun, how it streams into all the
    • begins to understand how his soul and spirit stream out into the
    • Moreover, he learns to understand how spirituality is brought back
    • to form some idea of how a solar eclipse can affect these radiations
    • himself, but can do no universal harm. When, however, there is an
    • moonlight, when the moon is full. There are, however, certain people
    • Today we learn astronomy, spectroscopy and so on. We learn how the
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    • universe and attention was called to how the forces of the human will
    • process. However much this material explanation of cosmic happenings
    • universe. They also knew, for example, how to send out questions to
    • point, however, is that they awaited from Venus the answers to the
    • how to interpret. If they allowed themselves to be inspired by Venus
    • Insight into such happenings also enables us to picture how the forces
    • If we can gradually form a conception of this by perceiving how
    • us of how the medicament can take effect.
    • cosmos, and it is possible to indicate in detail how the cosmos has
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    • I tried to show how man and the cosmos together form one whole, and
    • how what is present in the individual human being is connected in
    • finite or infinite? However much discussion there may be — Kant's
    • and for always how impossible it is to acquire adequate ideas of the
    • I explained to you yesterday in greater detail how man is related to
    • perceptions are, however, dependent in a certain respect upon how he
    • world of stars — and in so doing show how man is connected with
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    • existence, to plant-existence. We must see how what belongs to the
    • When, however, we look at the lime-formation, it reveals itself to
    • perception tells us how the slate-formation on the earth is connected
    • with the structural nature of the plant-world, how the lime-formation
    • investigations, that there are, for example, people who show a marked
    • on a mental outlook which recognises how the spiritual works
    • know how the different substances are, as it were, embodiments,
    • able to see how the lime element acts on the inner organisation of
    • man; how the nitrogen element always aims at permeating him with
    • will then have to go into details and find out how the required
    • illumined spiritually in the right way. And yet it is remarkable how
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    • gives me the deepest satisfaction to see how, this year as well as
    • in our time relative to nature; how humanity has sought its goal
    • this one thought was how the European man can look back over a number
    • of centuries, or over the last 2000 years, how the European can look
    • for my own life of soul?” He can then answer, “However many
    • to life. How could anyone with genuine feeling for what it means for a
    • In this connection we may well ask how a Greek soul would have felt
    • Eleusinian Mystery, I could not help thinking how thankful we may be
    • events that show us the Greek soul in its life of feeling and
    • those who can imagine how, in the course of man's evolution on earth
    • how it has learned to experience in different ways its environment and
    • striving to understand how the human soul lived in Atlantean times,
    • how it lived in post-Atlantean times, and we have grown to realise in
    • to heights of bliss, experienced, however, in various ways in the
    • figure of Dionysos — then, how the whole human being is to be
    • found in Dionysos! How all that becomes living in us when we confront
    • the riddle of life on being told how the first human being was there
    • human soul. Whence did this being come? What is it? How is it related
    • decreeing the divine judgement after the temptation — how they
    • resound as from infinite cosmic space! How little they are suited by
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    • only have to call to mind how Goethe introduced into his Faust
    • darkness of life. Once more we feel how in Faust, one of the
    • the poem? What envelops him? It is the darkness of life. How often
    • How must man tread the path of the soul that is able to lead him
    • life, too, the several epochs themselves, how they ran their courses,
    • how men lived in them, and how the light streamed into humanity from
    • the Indian civilisation was developed. We have remarked how the soul
    • worlds. We have pointed out how the heritage of Atlantean wisdom, now
    • culture. We have also pointed out how great and significant man finds
    • was felt and experienced, then only shall we get a sense of how
    • Then we see how, in the course of successive epochs, mankind,
    • life, seems to descend ever lower, how it takes other forms, but how,
    • brain, and the physical brain itself. We then realise how we create
    • our thoughts, how we form memory images