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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
    • around itself. How are we to understand this? If reincarnation is a
    • corrected by sense reality itself. If, however, a person does not
    • sometimes the hardships of life itself can develop. There are three
    • this book, itself, is personal instruction. In earlier times, there
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • that does not concern itself in any way with current questions, with
    • of its advantages — that Spiritual Science concerns itself only
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • itself in bare abstractions, but must have something to say to human
    • insinuates itself more and more into the central position in the
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • humanity itself. People do not consider, however, that the life of
    • education and that the women's question itself has come up in our
    • lay here. Where the soul begins to feel the divine in itself, where
    • it begins in this dialogue with itself to say ‘I’ to
    • itself, to converse with itself in such a way that cannot come from
    • whereby the ‘I’ works on itself, and those are the
    • already showed itself early on and has changed little. If someone was
    • and woman will resolve itself here in a strange way out of human
    • nature itself. It is precisely occultism, or the intimate observation
    • parts; the etheric body of a man, as he lives among us, shows itself
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • just as a magnet does. It forms for itself a masculine and a feminine
    • itself towards an external culture. This external culture is a man's
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • produce fat from something that in itself contains no fat. In other
    • animal one-sidedly contains within itself something of the forces
    • accomplished through the activity of the ego itself if the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • points you to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with
    • is perpetually resolving itself into etheric substance. In the region
    • Light itself is being destroyed in this post-Atlantean age of the
    • be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point in space.
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • however, that life itself, if one is attentive to it, confirms what spiritual
    • nervousness is making itself felt.
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • certain limits of knowledge. The soul, however, may take itself in
    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • completely change itself. Through practicing certain exercises, the
    • separate itself from the body. By thus turning away from and lifting
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • soul emancipate itself from the body. To live as a soul-spiritual
    • part of his being follows certain laws whereby it connects itself with
    • kernel forms itself within us. Up until our thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • impulse not lying within humanity itself. Even if we know nothing
    • The ancients felt that the human soul had to prepare itself for
    • itself and thereby acquire forces of knowledge surpassing those of
    • earth poured itself out into the world. All the events through which
    • itself; it can establish a connection with Christ. Man can grow beyond
    • transform itself.
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • never understand Christ were it not able so to transform itself that it could
    • Christ, did it not identify itself with the power of Christ, Christ
    • Christ unless it identifies itself with Him? Yet the opposite thought
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • atmosphere of the earth itself. In the storms that ride over the fields,
    • on earth, will assert itself, in contrast to the weather-like changes in
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • The human principle into which these forces stream, if it makes itself
    • contains within itself spiritual forces capable of streaming through
    • itself out into the spiritual atmosphere of the Earth.
    • has the will to allow itself to be permeated with the Christ-Impulse.
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • and willing. In the post-Atlantean period the human ego itself was
    • keep a hold upon itself, and had it been delivered to these forces,
    • suffering disorder through the ego itself. Then, standing in this space, is
    • show that what we call spiritual science will pour itself into our moral
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • itself. They are not miraculous qualities; they are faculties which we
    • affairs of daily life, frees itself from the body. To begin with, this
    • aware of itself outside of the watery element. That is the case with a
    • point where the soul experiences itself, images that we can call real
    • must link itself up with beings not of the sensory world. It must
    • but reveals itself to spiritual science, carries the potential for a
    • old prejudices. This young spiritual knowledge wants to make itself
    • what every soul can undertake for itself to succeed in entering the
    • child has a soul before the soul becomes aware of itself during the
    • by every human soul within itself. But spiritual science can also say
    • wants to present itself to culture in the same way that the loyal
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • sculpture itself began, he frequently explained its significance in
    • confusion in Germany itself was caused by a lack of understanding of
    • goals. In this war of attrition, materialism camouflaged itself with
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • happen? It happened because the Christ impulse has worked itself into
    • the Christ impulse can assert itself within the Western spiritual
    • took place when the Christ impulse worked itself into the soul of the
    • itself into the subconscious of the Maid of Orleans and inspiring her
    • Ahriman. The black cross in itself represents life when it strives to
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • Professor C. This group wishes to dedicate itself to the spiritual
    • see, it is only through the wisdom of spiritual science itself that we
    • expresses itself in language when, instead of saying as we do in the
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • worlds, of universal purpose, of the meaning of death itself and the
    • scrutinize the world and know that the world itself is the document
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • For observe, the drop would not throw off particles from itself, were the
    • of the earth ball had established itself firmly even at the time when Goethe
    • way that the musical ear is related to the concept which only concerns itself
    • symphony manifests itself through the phenomenon of vibrations. And I
    • Body” is in itself of no special importance, so I beg you not to take
    • draw near, that we see what has united itself with the earth, and has
    • within the earth, stimulates earth life itself by reason of spirit having
    • united itself with the earth, and during the winter the earth itself, as a
    • life moulds itself. For of all the riddles confronting us in the outer world,
    • human life itself is the greatest. I can, in the course of a brief lecture,
    • explained by what is active upon the earth itself, but by extra-terrestrial
    • the brain is chiefly a product of the earth. This shows itself externally
    • region which still reveals itself through the senses. It is a super-sensible
    • spiritual element which reveals itself within the earth at that time still
    • to the development of the mineral kingdom, was a living being itself. It was
    • bear in mind that the name in itself is of no importance; any other could
    • astral body itself. Just through the fact that the spiritual researcher
    • for it must originate in the dead personality itself. In such a case it will
    • fact that science itself is a great problem, to which something must be
    • growth of natural science itself brings out in its latest phase. I should
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • As I said again only the other day, that which calls itself Science
    • not the Spiritual Soul itself.
    • itself. You see, my dear friends, if one is obliged in our time to
    • now refer, our breathing will attune itself to the life of feeling of
    • mankind is bent on hurling itself into the abyss, and we must
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • What is instinctive in us happens to a certain degree by itself, but
    • presents itself to the senses, but in the total situation, when one
    • itself by, an inclination to sleep. That of which I speak goes on
    • it must make itself felt and must be developed in us. This anti-social
    • into the social order — must have crystallized itself into
    • disposition expresses itself in not detaching from the soul its
    • this conflict makes itself felt to the genuine seeker after truth in
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • itself to-day is that it had no real experience of the spirit, nor
    • spirit begins of itself to stir within them. We must recognise that
    • — they will make it possible for the spirit itself to come alive in
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • the planet. The forces of will enter into us from the planet itself. This is
    • the second period of life, that is, what the earth itself is embedded in. The
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • not considered to be part and parcel of the organism itself. The
    • physical organism exists for itself, as it were; it is the physical
    • of the human organism itself. We can remain within these limits only
    • have something that constantly builds itself up out of the whole
    • itself is that spirit-organization which imbues with its own forces
    • to immediate expression. The solid organism itself is, in reality,
    • asserts itself in a particular metamorphosis — namely, what we
    • have an etheric organism complete in itself, consisting of Chemical
    • materialistic way, we shall take this to be the human organism itself.
    • but fluctuating outlines, for consciousness here itself becomes
    • cease altogether to experience consciousness itself, just as under
    • constitution. When we consider the bodily constitution itself, from
    • contemporaries, who insist upon not going beyond what presents itself
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • to the warmth-organism itself, everything is to be conceived as
    • When we regard Spiritual Science itself as a source of the moral,
    • becomes in itself a source of morality in the higher sense. But what
    • certain distance. At this point it mirrors itself, as it were, in
    • itself, so that here
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • the will. When does the will present itself with particular clarity
    • able to direct itself towards the will as well as towards the
    • called Power. What is living itself out as Power, as Force, is
    • reveals itself to us through thinking that is in accordance with
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
    • are so necessary, then this community, which calls itself the
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • true insight into these matter the mathematical capacity is in itself
    • that concerns itself with the world we live in between death and
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • Now this question of the being of the human soul has presented itself
    • such knowledge, has shown itself frequently in later centuries in the
    • itself free from the human-personal in him, so that in his thoughts he
    • does it support itself, like spiritualism, on external experiment. The
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
    • spiritual world. We must not remain in the world that offers itself
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • of the inner will itself, which a beneficent creation conceals by
    • Let it be remembered that nothing in the world is in itself evil or
    • itself radiate light but at most throw it back. The truth is that in
    • itself, but as the reflector of the Light. Then, among the Egyptians
    • Palladium, in itself, is dark; if it is suffused with light, then it
    • in itself, it will light up, will become fluorescent when it is
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • times when cosmic being still revealed itself in the inner organism of
    • that made itself felt on the surface of human experience, either in
    • as the entity expressed in the mystery of numbers. Number itself was
    • In itself it is really interesting — if one has a mathematical bent
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • him. Language itself he will of course learn by imitation, but that
    • The etheric body, as it forms and develops itself in the human being,
    • is a universe in itself — a universe, one might say, in picture form.
    • Then it gathers itself together, and there, clearly suspended within
    • they are imprisoned there; and thereby the astral body itself becomes
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
    • has formed itself, we now have an astral structure too, which gathers
    • he does and permeates itself with it. By this constant coming together
    • that has formed itself within us through this intimate permeation of
    • those of the organism itself. Likewise at puberty: in an invisible
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • into an inner uncertainty that makes itself felt even in the physical body.
    • figure that is sufficient and complete in itself — one that contains
    • earthly life itself, once again with pre-earthly existence. We ought
    • earthly life itself to pre-earthly existence. A good man is one who
    • physical body; just as a warm enthusiasm for Beauty expresses itself
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • fact that humanity itself is undergoing a development, which constitutes its
    • short space of time — a year. Then the cycle repeats itself.
    • up to chance, placing itself as it does within certain laws in each
    • itself. Such concepts, with the intellectual soul-content imparted to
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • the nature of man itself baffled him in his attempt. He was able to attain
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • called it — the metabolic-limb man — manifests itself in
    • from below upward (speaking schematically), pours itself into the
    • itself with the astral forces, taking hold of oxygen and only then,
    • the process in which the ego further strengthens itself by streaming
    • etheric body. The ego activity does assert itself, but may at times
    • depicted schematically flows down, but transforms itself via the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • science in turn believes itself to be moving with certainty only with what
    • as if it were resting within itself. In reality, everything lives and weaves
    • science which acquaints itself with the uniqueness of the separate organs
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • this mineral wants to order itself into threads. One can see this even more
    • thread-like crystals become even thinner. It orders itself into clusters of
    • for itself thereby bringing about that excess which presses downward, so
    • astral body. Instead of transforming itself into metabolic activity, it
    • remains active as astral activity. The astral body works for itself. It does
    • to bring forth out of itself, which it has in itself, depending on how one
    • something which manifests itself as tuberculosis in the most various
    • which, if out of balance, always expresses itself in physical processes of
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
    • manner in which the soul itself works can be significant to health and
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • never really see the Moon itself; we see at most a scanty indication
    • is the reflected sunlight, not the Moon itself. So altogether, only
    • Earth, never what lives within the Moon itself. That it reflects the
    • mankind migrated to the Moon, which had itself withdrawn from the
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • to know death itself, on the Earth, through one of their emissaries
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • it, whereby it consumed itself. It now carried within itself the seed
    • everything which has not come from out of the soul itself. ‘You
    • in order that through itself the Darkness may be redeemed, in order
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • task of the Sixth Root Race is to draw Evil again into itself through
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • empty when it rids itself of the contents of sense-perception. It was
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • itself fails to afford any immediate expression. But the method of
    • realm of mathematics itself, towards the super-sensible. This has come
    • render it possible for us to calculate with it; but in itself as such,
    • Thus, for our spiritual perception, Space itself is called to life.
    • Extension itself becomes the creation of the extensionless. Thus did
    • it does present itself as a good educational means. It teaches him to
    • but which contains within itself the possibility of form-creation,
    • mathematics itself who can most thoroughly value the true enlightened
    • mathematical science itself ceases. For in its direct meaning
    • exact sense of the word) in the domain of the qualitative itself. In
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • South, this is not caused by the needle itself, but that the Earth as
    • being of soul could never descend if it had not itself worked at the
    • from the spiritual world itself. Do not, therefore, be afraid of
    • think and speak about it comes from the spiritual world itself.
    • The dead are in our midst — this sentence is in itself an
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • here, nobody would say the table moved itself this way. It would be
    • convolutions by itself. Instead, I must think about what has actually
    • Aries itself, of course. This constellation merely indicates the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • art itself can be understood only if we realise that its task is to
    • reality. By itself it is no reality; it must be taken together with
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • learn what he is to create from the material itself, and from the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • one division that shows itself in the course of human life.
    • infinite, but when it has spread itself out for a sufficient distance
    • destiny that works itself out within the course of life is
    • makes itself felt particularly strongly in connection with the
    • out into the infinite, but swings back on itself — not indeed as
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • originate in the metabolic processes itself. The Moon forces stream
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • represent this physical world itself. While the life of man between
    • man. Why then does not the ear itself change in this way? Why do not
    • dimensions of space. But the ear tears itself free from the three
    • the former case there remains behind, in the ear itself, a faithful
    • the physical aspect; but the eye itself was formed by the soul and
    • lie towards and within the mouth itself, we learn to speak and sing.
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • itself. If we have children of six or seven, then the course is
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • atom itself has undergone change as a result of having once been in a
    • without leaving a trace behind. The eye itself perishes, the object seen
    • itself is composed of the same substance. Before the end of the fifth epoch
    • penetrate into the atom itself. When the similarity of substance between
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • the human soul must repeatedly unite itself, which must be
    • music. Thus cosmic music does not reveal itself only as melody
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • essential being of the spiritual world itself. That is, we
    • This is connected with the Christ-force itself, not with belief
    • these things come about? Into the spiritual world itself there
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • his organism — continues during sleep itself as a music,
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • contained the human astral body itself. This activity shows
    • itself in the etheric body — it exists in the astral
    • developed in cosmic realms, this region reveals itself as an
    • itself; increasingly rich in inner spirituality. Man lost the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • that of the Universe, of the Cosmos itself. Our consideration of the
    • to rise into the spiritual world of itself, supported only by its own
    • history itself records, we see that whereas in earlier times the
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • Spiritual that reveals itself behind sense phenomena. In a certain
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • From subordinate animal organs the light calls forth for itself an
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
    • own true being, as all humanity can indeed find itself in Christ.”
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • just because the plant itself is not conscious of these laws? There is
    • with the word ‘Mysticism’ itself. Quite recently it happened that
    • express itself in a symphonic whole, it is doomed to inner congestion
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • mystical, abstract or indefinite thought. It expressed itself in
    • the ideas, and this is at a lower level than the picture itself.
    • cycle, repeated visibly in the Sun, repeats itself every year. But the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • body must adapt itself. If you take a very soft piece of rubber and
    • put it into a glass, it will adapt itself to the form of the glass
    • the etheric body must adapt itself to the physical body, without a
    • eliminate the forces to which the etheric body had to adapt itself;
    • etheric body detaches itself in an entirely different form; it
    • detaches itself and becomes incorporated with the universal ether and
    • is a far more concrete thing. We may come across this in life itself
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the future, too, the super-sensible will impress itself into the
    • investigation of the Akasha Chronicle itself is not possible, we
    • that was striving to express itself in the façade.” He
    • itself indicates a further stage. In its wonderful expression of
    • complete, intrinsically perfect — an Infinitude in itself. The
    • something that is whole and perfect in itself; an infinitude is here
    • Greek Temple is, in itself, one complete, dynamic whole. The Church
    • The Greek Temple is an infinitude in itself in that it is the
    • away human beings are from the temple itself, the truer is the effect
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • where the interior space itself reaches out to the mysteries of
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • perfection, permeated by soul, an infinitude complete in itself. And
    • perfect in itself as the physical body of man permeated by soul. In
    • can hardly do otherwise than speak of the riddle itself in rather
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • spirituality which is expressing itself in the physical human being.
    • the centre to the periphery and the interior space itself will then
    • itself freely to the spiritual infinitudes.
    • art of all is the world itself — Macrocosm or Microcosm! In
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  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • was itself mixed with descendants of other races. The peoples of
    • the Roman presents the personality that is complete in itself as the
    • who came from afar, not out of the home country itself. The
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • been their very breath of life. In the Sun itself they beheld the
    • the Earth. Our Science remains dead — nay, our Science itself
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • communicate speech to man, is Inspiration. Language itself is
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • enter also into spiritual life itself.
    • earlier part of the year is receiving death into itself, death and
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • Grace from on high, this world of light revealed itself in and
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • goes its way, concerning itself merely with physical affairs. But all
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • manifested itself. And only when you have got rid of it, only then
    • does there emerge the true being that is trying to reveal itself.
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • itself, had lived upon the earth, by once descending into a human
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • have spoken. That the divine was then pouring itself forth in man —
    • has remained behind of that power of the air that revealed itself to
    • of their subconsciousness the sexual clothes itself in the words:
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    • deeper-lying statue that conceals itself behind the external statue
    • it could reproduce itself again, fourteen-fold. And Typhon could give
    • itself a looking-glass (Spiegel). And it is related that Till
    • itself, a state of consciousness is to be roused in mankind which
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • through this present time and feels itself very, very well in so
    • mankind out of the calamities into which it has brought itself.
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • ancient times nature itself brought it in its course, in modern times
    • it is not perceived that an impulse in life can be harmful by itself,
    • itself upon mankind, it will bring the greatest unhappiness upon
    • force itself, then harm is again brought to mankind. This is
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • for itself an image in the head. In the rest of man that is not the
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • happens when the quickly gained head-knowledge lives itself into the
    • our organism withdraws itself from cosmic events. Our head which, as
    • whole star-strewn universal space: the whole world expresses itself
    • created a fine symptom for itself, by which one is able to recognize
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • however, to solve the world-riddle in a moment; human life itself in
    • acknowledges that the magnetic needle does not turn by itself to the
    • forces. This remaining organism imbues itself with them, and it is
    • and the shorter head-life really lives itself into the whole man.
    • natural science is already concerning itself with what can be
    • belongs to the future. In the human race itself rests the future of
    • gone a little deeper — might rather say to itself ‘Well,
    • the matter itself, we do not want simply German peace, but peace, we
    • the finest spiritual element possible, it is a proof in itself that
    • in it — that is to say, does not believe in itself — and
    • by our whole age, which does not believe in itself. Only because
    • mankind has spiritualized itself increasingly from epoch to
    • able to extricate itself from this condition. It can only do so when
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    • of these works who has not acquired — through the School itself
    • himself. The etheric body bears within itself, as it were, the
    • stamps itself upon the cosmos; what has thus happened in our life and
    • what has imprinted itself upon the etheric body actually continues to
    • detaches itself in a certain way only to be gathered up into the
    • itself to the universe, though to be sure, to the spirit-soul part of
    • when the ego has freed itself from this astral body, after the
    • moral impulses, it imparts itself to the cosmos, — it inserts
    • itself, so to speak, into the spirit-soul part of the universe with
    • astral body imparts itself to the universe; if I may use the
    • through the ego's feeling itself linked with the earth, feeling
    • itself drawn toward the earth, creates the organization from within
    • head. Our will organization, however, expresses itself in what is
    • ego-consciousness that thus manifested itself was united with the
    • curious paradox reveals itself: those souls who lived in the Orient,
    • itself in the super-earthly, this embodiment of the ego, as it now
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
    • little. This external science has limited itself to the consideration
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    • period of sleep holds within itself, in the world of soul and spirit,
    • soul-element that pours into speech (speech being in itself so
    • itself in glimmering material light and other such phenomena!
    • itself lacks idealism, then it is exceedingly difficult, during
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
    • may itself be the compensation.
    • will make me conscious of the weakness (which expressed itself
    • conceals itself in the man's speech and similar activities;
    • the Archangeloi. This relationship has repeated itself in every
    • dispersed, but in actual fact the Cosmos has absorbed it into itself.
    • whole course of earthly life, releasing itself only at death in
    • which we carry over into life itself. May you succeed, in ever
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    • carried into the word itself. And their thinking was not abstract and
    • incarnate in speech itself. This may be said by some to have been a
    • soul was itself living, men were able to understand the living
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • past, an element which expresses itself in an inward sharing in the
    • meaning of the word, to the world where speech itself is shaped and
    • where we understand the process wherein sound itself is moulded and
    • that from which feeling itself arises. When we thus begin to realise
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    • knowledge itself, have all been evolved from investigation of the
    • of thinking. Anthroposophy does not, however, content itself with the
    • But this innermost Self must also surrender itself to the world
    • when it has worked itself a little way out of the sinful in the
    • our existence in the form of necessity, living itself out as destiny
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    • unfolded, but throughout that time it had not enriched itself
    • itself directed towards the contents of super-sensible dogmas
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    • which the life of sleep inserts itself, from the standpoint of time,
    • particularly the world of the impulses of the will, inserts itself
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • a particular wisdom, or anything else in life, may possess in itself,
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • upon human life itself as a chronic illness. One who was both a
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    • body of a child of seven severed itself from the child's
    • have often explained to you that when the etheric body frees itself
    • itself off from the existence of a human being at a moment when death
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
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    • universe of space and the nature of the spatial universe itself.
    • process by which the world presents itself to man in pictures —
    • the cosmic thoughts, a universal Word which enshrines itself in the
    • spreads itself over the whole of the microcosm, renders the shapes
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    • visible, is active within me, by reflecting itself, as it were,
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • restrict itself to some sectarian group, but if must be brought out
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    • prides itself particularly on the exercise of this very reason. But
    • untruthfulness asserts itself, the super-sensible experiences fade
    • pass into the very light itself. Objects can be seen with the help of
    • light itself, then for the first time he becomes aware that thinking
    • such a way that his being reflects itself through the body, and he
    • feels himself to be a part of the earth, as the finger feels itself
    • The reason for the hostility that is asserting itself at the present
    • you the image of the ego. The ego itself is here (= = =), but the
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    • a knowledge that raises itself to art, not symbolical
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • strive after the truth in the way in which it must disclose itself to
    • Movement which originated of itself but received counsel from me
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself, but who will be able to come to it
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • the thing itself.
    • out of the necessity of the case itself. And it is also important to
    • Anthroposophical Movement itself.
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
    • spiritual world, in order that it might rightly found itself. But the
    • fact must be known by Anthroposophists that it has founded itself out
    • of itself, that it has formed — not, it is true, the content of
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    • physical body that come from the earth itself. We cannot,
    • what the earth itself has given to the physical body. And where is
    • that is extricating itself from the physical. It then appears as the
    • itself from the physical. We know that we are an Ego only because we
    • know that we have died, that our spiritual has freed itself from our
    • life that frees itself from us and becomes inwoven with the
    • now detached itself, so that we now have the astral body, the Ego and
    • hardened within us and because it pushes itself, as it were, into our
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    • connected with the divine forces, (for, if the soul feels itself
    • working upwards from below, from the earth itself, so man’s
    • soul-element, revealing itself as an existence connected with his
    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • something that is, in itself, spiritual: a Being must be there, a
    • arise, that enable the soul to feel itself split into three.
    • itself, when this wonderful epic poem will be spiritualised and
    • not the words, but that which lives in the poem itself, continues to
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    • on to develop into a religious impulse. What otherwise lives itself
    • itself. Everything that the will thus experiences as its destiny,
    • matter itself becomes imbued with spirit as a result of one's having
    • everything falls so short of perfection, but because life itself
    • Anthroposophical Society and itself starts projects that call for the
    • You know, of course, that a fear of water can express itself in
    • if the kind I am referring to sometimes vents itself in a sort of
    • for a while, due to the fact that anthroposophy itself is full of
    • anthroposophy itself is, and instead ask questions like, “How
    • this talk, the Society itself is also eager to deal.
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    • continually to repeat and to reproduce from within itself all those movements
    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • that the etheric body cannot easily free itself; because he has so densely
    • place in its own light-body, it has liberated itself from the Ahrimanic
    • on all that can only be reached by a soul that has first prepared itself with
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    • energetic through many impressions asserts itself, and its inner
    • memory of the connections with life expresses itself in all that the
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    • medicine, irrespective of its various forms, still makes itself felt
    • medicine assumes greater and greater dimensions and insinuates itself
    • types of illnesses connected with the ego itself and therefore also
    • the stomach itself. In the domain of materialistic medicine, too, you
    • physical body itself, having to do with the physical body, and these
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    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • further that reveals itself to us is that the earth itself became
    • remarkable presents itself to clairvoyant consciousness. This mineral
    • substance has become very thinly diffused and has itself acquired the
    • body to itself and removes it from the influences of the astral and
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    • this ego that has freed itself in the daytime from the large cosmic
    • observation. If the physical body were entirely left to itself this
    • the whole organism against the defect expresses itself as a rule in a
    • cannot heal by itself, and it has to receive the forces from other
    • has emancipated itself from outer rhythm, but he has kept his inner
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    • attempts to pull itself together and develop the forces within itself
    • expresses itself in four times seven. In the case of other illnesses
    • that it also separated itself from the sun for a certain length of
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    • complexes of the physical body itself. That is, the ego has its chief
    • glandular system, and the physical body represents itself. Then we
    • whether we meet them again in the following life. That spreads itself
    • external connection with the karma our soul has set itself. For as it
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    • distances, for it reveals itself in the most ordinary things of life.
    • itself does not begin until the child has come into the world. And
    • say that the ego feels itself to be in a certain disharmony with the
    • astral body within itself, squeezing together its forces, as it were.
    • body, compresses it as it were, to defend itself against being
    • definite form, a form that is complete in itself? This is because
    • human physical body, has to be more mobile within itself than an
    • we can see the way his particular individual soul forms itself more
    • itself in an external form like laughter and weeping.
    • even man's breathing process itself changes. By means of this example
    • feeling forsaken, a withdrawal into itself. Sadness in life is so
    • of the ego upon itself, and follow them up in their subtlest details.
    • lose itself if it did not strengthen itself inwardly against all
    • ego above its surroundings, which otherwise expresses itself in
    • healthy laughter, is found in someone as an end in itself, as
    • that if the ego does not draw into itself all it can from its
    • crying while laughing. A natural child often expresses itself this
    • way too, for its ego has not become so hardened in itself as later on
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    • or what we have learnt through anthroposophical science itself.
    • tells us that at the North Pole itself earth conditions in Lemurian
    • and the moon are at their least. What has made itself felt since
    • spiritual species that did not concern itself very much with the
    • we see that in Atlantean times the human body could still form itself
    • whose inner nature is showing itself right into his skin. Those
    • itself in the highest degree. This makes the people dreamy, and the
    • itself as the idea of a personal God, which Jehovah is and which
    • significance. The ego must lose itself entirely, it must dissolve
    • we need is an ego that keeps itself mobile, neither losing itself in
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    • itself as a sum of impulses, instincts and passions. And this
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • a Raphael painting. It would see what is there in the picture itself,
    • ego itself, man s new creation out of pure relations, which is no
    • which the ego produces out of itself. This the spirits of personality
    • to this pure logic, the ego creates something beyond itself.
    • the ego creates beyond itself when it develops pleasure or
    • everything were merely to repeat itself in circles. But such circles
    • to which the lily of the valley would never have attained of itself.
    • prove itself to be something new, will continually build new forms
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    • soul must be involved. But life itself is a process of Becoming, of
    • enters the spiritual world it finds itself in a sphere in which it is
    • recently this fact presented itself to my spiritual sight with
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    • made between the ‘I’ itself and the ‘I’
    • life itself makes it obvious that we can also work destructively upon
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
    • the new birth as of earthly life itself. For when he enters earthly
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    • between the astral body and the ‘I’ expresses itself as a
    • now asserts itself and becomes an intense wish for Anthroposophy.
    • expresses itself as Ego-consciousness on the physical plane.
    • is to be seen inside the watch itself. Or let us take another
    • our existence on Earth, for the soul to express itself. But it is
    • that would enable the soul to express itself.
    • itself independent. This brought about those conditions in the
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    • realities of cosmic space itself and we will consider a particular
    • make it possible for every human soul to discover for itself the path
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    • there at all or merely continuing to live knowing nothing of itself,
    • must also have some knowledge of itself. Thus the immortality of the
    • already present and manifests itself in a very striking way.
    • has its natural habitation and asserts itself during the first months
    • the part of the human being which expresses itself through gestures —
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    • pupil of Buddha in the life between death and rebirth reveals itself
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    • reason we cannot see it. After all, the eye cannot see itself while
    • sleep, this human body itself has a singular appearance, a
    • the Earth. The physical body we bear is in itself fourfold. It has
    • earthly realm itself. Everything else stems from cosmic, not from
    • soul itself at this moment experiences a severe shock. The only
    • itself with colours as such. In reality it takes no account of the
    • actual quality of colour but concerns itself only with the vibrations
    • itself into vibrations and wave-lengths. This kind of observation
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    • acquired in the super-sensible world itself; it must be acquired here,
    • itself occurs because we shall then discover what the facts are —
    • speak, for speech does not come of itself. So our free-thinking
    • idea, assuming one can get hold of it, cancels itself out.
    • In such cases the soul cannot adapt itself to the environment is not
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    • firmament itself. The soul or, let us say, the actual spiritual
    • during which the soul feels bound to disengage itself gradually from
    • external to itself the ‘archetype’, as it were, of the
    • starry firmament itself. From the descriptions that were given from
    • itself entirely from the element of personality. In the Mars region,
    • put it today, receives the Buddha-impulse, it frees itself from
    • liberates itself spiritually by recognising that all ties of blood
    • liberate itself entirely from the particular creed to which it
    • Jupiter region only if it is able to liberate itself from the
    • religious beliefs; and then it must free itself so completely from
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    • far-distant spiritual worlds and would not unveil itself.
    • and brings it to a loftier view of itself. Whatever else you may
    • soul says to itself — that in this third world lies the true
    • makes itself felt in the thought world of Graeco-Roman antiquity.
    • itself that which is revealed by looking out into the world of the
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    • culture-epochs, we find the Bible itself indicating that a certain
    • world-spirit itself. Only the outermost fringe of the world-spirit
    • that this strangeness explains itself, in a certain sense, when
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    • are not confined to those who incarnate on the Earth itself; there
    • which divided itself among single human souls remained behind, and
    • affected by a colour that it would have felt itself permeated with
    • Earth itself is essentially the scene of action for the Ego. The
    • was still making itself felt at that later time.
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    • creates, and nourishes itself in creating, in that which takes the
    • world-pictures into itself, absorbing them spiritually and carrying
    • form into man something taken from the Earth itself. He wishes to
    • itself.
    • reveals itself in the Ego through calm repose, when the Sibylline
    • Earth itself. The Christ entered into the forces which the Jahve-god
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    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • the truth which can of itself impart a kind of conviction of its
    • the Holy Vessel itself “Parsifal” was to shine. I was
    • to be there, as the saga itself tells us; and now we need to recall
    • exoteric research itself tells us how Kyot came to these words —
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    • final result and have nothing to do with the result itself.
    • itself. I have pointed to the fact that in the gold-gleaming sickle
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • forms or impressions of itself in all directions, and in this way
    • experiences all harmonious changes and objects outside itself. As it
    • from out of itself, or they would not have such a high degree of
    • unceasing pain from his wound? What was this time? The saga itself
    • which had freed itself from everything earthly.
    • fear of all that reveals itself from the heavens. This outlook had to
    • came from above had to establish itself. And in such forces as those
    • Thus we see how the new age declares itself; how the
    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
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    • for itself and embodies itself. The laws of the Moon evolution, the
    • ego, — astral body, ego, and with the ego itself.
    • entirely, rules purely in itself, that is the philosophy of Hegel —
    • comes from Spirit itself, philosophically at first, otherwise
    • not brought into it, but results of itself out of the very subject
    • Earth existence itself. For just as the sun rises on the physical
    • how a soul can express itself which in its inmost being knows itself
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    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • twofold aspect. It reveals itself in the environment of the Earth and
    • itself. What the Moon is able to reflect from the whole universe
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • misused freedom is moulded into destiny — until destiny itself
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    • special aspects of truth, spiritual science itself will also acquire
    • spiritual world itself, will be solved.
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • forces coming from the earth itself, forces which men develop as they
    • fulfils itself between birth and death. But we also work upon the
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    • but that inner life which makes itself felt in our prevailing mood
    • and feeling and outlook — our outlook on the world itself, or
    • say, our soul's interest in the surrounding world which makes itself
    • forces of our etheric body, and it makes itself felt in this way.
    • weaves itself into the forces of the spiritual world. We must be very
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • bond of communication was created through the physical world itself.
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    • comes out automatically; it is as if the brain itself has lost its
    • being bound up with the subject, is able to unite itself with the
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • the spirit, as the Spirit that is extricating itself from the
    • which our spiritual part extricated itself from the physical. We know
    • spiritual has freed itself from our physical part. When we cannot
    • this life-tableau, by this etheric life that frees itself from us
    • The etheric body has now detached itself, so that we
    • itself, as it were, into our being. Just because it develops so
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    • when we approach the world which has received into itself our dead,
    • and unites itself with the earth, as we say, — if we consider
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • visible to us. It unites itself with the whole universe;
    • even if we were unable to come into contact with the Being itself,
    • of the surface, as it were, and thrusts itself at us. Whereas blue,
    • soul pours itself into the blue colour, how it is accepted with a
    • outside. What reveals itself here through feeling and will, remains
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • itself out is all etheric, that is, mirrors itself first in the
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    • ‘ I ’ itself as inwardly organized. It works
    • the Age’, and that is something which intertwines itself into
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    • itself in three ways in man. It is the etheric aura of the people
    • and that is speech itself. We must therefore look upon what confronts
    • activity of the Zeitgeist, something which manifests itself in the
    • thought manifests itself physically from within, just as in the
    • purest temperament, is itself a product of that temperament. That is
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    • itself, as the folk-character of the single human individual.
    • call the sentient-soul. It first works itself out and begins to
    • body, prepare the transformation of the astral body itself, of the
    • works and imprints itself, is represented by these three
    • inner experience, that which takes place in the consciousness itself.
    • were inwards, but can, by means of the senses, open itself outwards
    • his highest member, encloses within itself the sentient, the
    • which then spreads itself out in a world of higher realms, in a realm
    • had to sever itself from the common folk; that is the case with the
    • In that which incorporated itself here, in the difference in the
    • to do with that of a race. A race may divide itself into many
    • study a people itself we shall have understood and comprehended it.
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    • itself, before it attained its present condition, had to go through
    • as Saturn, Sun, Moon, and through our Earth period itself in so far
    • part of the earth and which afterwards propagated itself in mankind
    • objectively. If you consider what presents itself, if you consider
    • civilization itself, the further it goes towards the West, assumes a
    • lived more towards the East. The law thus revealed verifies itself
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    • presents itself as forces which come out of the earth and radiate
    • our earth to form itself into just such a planet as it now is. The
    • which expresses itself on the surface of our earth by the fact that
    • Spirits of Will or Thrones. But another element always mingles itself
    • conditions. Hence, that which to-day shows itself as will, is to be
    • which later, during the earth evolution, manifests itself as will. It
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    • ‘ I ’ images itself in the blood; the astral
    • system, and only the physical body stands for itself, it is an image
    • laws within itself. The ‘ I ’ reflects itself
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • of One still greater, set itself the task of investigating into the
    • manner; it has withdrawn into itself and left man alone with his hard
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    • and synthetically devoting itself to the unity; hence, for example,
    • post-Atlantean age of civilization, and the people itself gives a
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    • expresses itself directly in sound. Odin at his initiation obtained
    • power over the wisdom which expresses itself in sound, he learned how
    • etheric body, whilst making itself at home in the physical body —
    • itself at an abnormal stage of evolution, where it is present even
    • when the subordinate soul-powers are being developed, feels itself to
    • He was present when the ‘ I ’ membered itself
    • itself into speech correspond outside in the macrocosm to thunder and
    • from the astral, his inner being unites itself with him; he
    • also understand when Initiates told him how the world forms itself
    • Ginnungagap, is about the time when the earth begins to form itself
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    • itself in these forces. The Luciferic element was felt in that power
    • itself in the astral body and thence works upon all the three members
    • makes itself felt in three different ways: in the astral body, in the
    • that which to us is an abstract lie, expressed itself at once as an
    • places itself in front of the sun. From the external point of view
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    • forces of the etheric body itself.
    • Spiritual Soul itself — in some way or other fertilizes the
    • the contents of the Spiritual Soul itself, and looks upon Nature
    • Chinese, that shuts itself off and remains rigid, repeating what
    • prepared beforehand, must already push itself in, in order to provide
    • divine Feeling, Thinking and Willing has immersed itself. The
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    • earthly body itself, and which Northern tradition knows as Riesenheim
    • instruments existing in the human body itself for the use of these
    • which, in its development on the physical plane, connects itself on
    • would not progress, it would not be able to defend itself against
    • itself proceeded from old clairvoyant power, but only by that which
    • life, so as to prove it by life itself. For in life also, at every
    • receives by life itself. Then what ever might color our
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    • Behind it all there may be an instinctive feeling — true in itself though often
    • concern itself with them; it ignores their existence. And it is this which will
    • even in the human kingdom itself — all these thoughts which have no reality
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • in the mineral kingdom itself or in the kingdoms of plant, animal and man. Even
    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • existence. It separated itself from the earth in order that man might become a
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    • acquainted, and about that building itself, it is in no wise my
    • gave the name. Our science itself leads us to, the conviction that
    • placed itself for a time within the framework of the general
    • if the occasion should have presented itself in the Theosophical
    • mission of spiritual science itself. It may be quite easy to understand
    • educates itself by the facts of nature itself.
    • itself becomes a living being within him. Thereby he has grasped
    • be experienced in itself alone. Thinking may be made active, so as to
    • itself as an object to the spiritual investigator is of a soul and
    • with them. But this turning to the dead must itself be of a purely
    • able to create something in nature itself. Knowledge of nature does not
    • a religion, any more than natural science surrenders itself to the
    • are aroused by spiritual science itself, the name “GOD” is,
    • home, can be overcome. About the Dornach building itself I will only
    • which is the very task which Anthroposophy sets itself.
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    • presented itself to them in pictures — not the pictures of
    • not contracted because of the cold or enveloped itself in a raiment
    • light that kindles itself in man.
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • having to go out in order to enter space, to manifest itself in
    • world that strives to reveal itself. This is true also of the larger
    • from Rome to Florence we can see a remarkable drama unfolding itself.
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    • this or that. Spiritual Science itself speaks of what it must
    • verb itself, this is an entirely different matter from when it is
    • the Building itself, but the experience induced in the soul by
    • when it encounters the (impact of the painting, may itself become a
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    • understand life itself in the light of the principles of Spiritual
    • stream of history as it expresses itself in the consecutive
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • what presents itself to the mind is usually the opposite of the
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • dinned into their ears and has presented itself to their minds and
    • you, another question forces itself upon him; namely: What has become
    • Life itself indicates the line of investigation, and then the faculty
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    • of observing life in itself, is far easier. But if the laws of Karma
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • itself.
    • perhaps lost the habit of telling lies — for life itself is a
    • fundamental character which expresses itself in the three bodies: the
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
    • observing life itself. This will enable us to recognize the truth of
    • proofs which establish this truth in life itself.
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    • weaving spiritual life of the soul which manifests itself so
    • itself. We take it from the preceding epoch and train the human
    • conflict with Roman law, but it cannot assert itself. This, too,
    • obtains eternal life through the church itself. The church sees to
    • the state should limit itself to the juridical sphere. The right of
    • itself, then people say that they cannot understand it, and that it
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    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • ordinarily remains concealed, may shine through and reveal itself
    • itself. These are, of course, finer observations, and if we want
    • reveals itself to us. This will push our feeling in the right
    • now, which reveals itself to higher knowledge. And then we notice
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    • hold of the traveler in his entire being; but then, it wrests itself
    • spiritually it severs itself from one. A man who stands outside
    • produced it, it separates itself from him; he feels as if he had
    • researcher severs itself from him and becomes objective; he is quite
    • spiritual researcher can give, and what he receives will unite itself
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    • Nevertheless, spiritual science itself is infinitely
    • moral forces, is in itself a fixed structure and will in the fifth
    • can prove itself in life to be most truly fruitful. Practical
    • adapt itself to the needs of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, but
    • But the same Jesuitical principle will gradually transfer itself to
    • necessary, the will to gain knowledge of life itself, rather than to
    • unfold itself, and in releasing his intellectual life from the
    • the peculiarities of the age itself and its demand that the
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    • itself in the mysteries of the world. These descriptions are all
    • part of a weaving cosmic life and this feeling expressed itself in certain
    • within the breathing process itself. Rather were the words breathed out,
    • but along the more inward path of thinking itself. The right path for man
    • the growth forces of the plant itself.
    • becomes free of the bodily functions, the moment it has torn itself away
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • indeed demand an inner courage of soul which enables it to say to itself:
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    • to associate itself with modern science; then Christianity has no
    • when the earth itself will fall like a bit of slag into the sun; and
    • then, in a still later time, the sun will burn itself out and be
    • this — that mankind has brought upon itself the doom of being
    • after super-sensible knowledge is itself an Easter deed, it is something
    • the world were to be true to itself, it would have the mission of
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    • deeply what I may call the thanks of Anthroposophia itself
    • away equally satisfied with the Lecture-Course itself, is doubtless a
    • The Course itself
    • central domain of Agriculture itself, albeit this of its own accord
    • of Anthroposophia itself.
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • involved. Such things must be determined out of the thing itself,
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • the magnet-needle itself for the cause of the peculiar position it
    • and animal, and of the Earth itself. We must extend our view to the
    • does it cease when they cease. It has emancipated itself. It shows
    • itself.
    • itself in abnormal conditions of the senses is influenced in a
    • themselves, but that which shows itself in the senses,
    • and every single species, is able to maintain itself — that is
    • itself in the plant-nature of the Earth.
    • complete about water itself. Water contains far, far more than what
    • revolution is short. That, on the other hand, which frees itself from
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    • as a kind of individual entity in itself — a self-contained
    • should try to posses it within the farm itself (including in the
    • produce within itself all that it needs.
    • of the Earth is a kind of organ in that organism which reveals itself
    • itself grows inwardly alive and develops its own chemical processes,
    • of the soil. The limestone content of the soil itself, and the
    • Mercury and Moon — and that warmth which makes itself felt
    • water and of the solid earthy element itself. They become still more
    • then has the property of being least dependent on itself — on
    • to work and stamps itself upon the seed, thus building up out of the
    • sparingly replace by artificial means the fertility the Earth itself
    • Sun itself. But that which thus shines out in the colouring of the
    • within the plant itself. Then it will not reveal itself to any great
    • extent. It will not shoot out into blossom but will express itself in
    • plant. It has this peculiarity: it draws the cosmic nature to itself;
    • it permeates itself with the silicious nature. It contains no less
    • upward and reveal itself in the flower but betrays its presence in
    • stem-forming process is held back, retained in the potato itself. The
    • human soul itself — with the ending of Kali Yuga in the
    • which you need for the farm itself, in order, as I said, to add
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    • the Spiritual itself as it spreads far and wide. Therefore they named
    • great plastician. It does not only carry in itself its black
    • behold the Spirit-activity of the great Universe, moistening itself
    • itself, dissolving the form again. It is on the paths of this carbon
    • carbon as it forms itself and ever again dissolves the form.
    • and this astral impresses itself upon the physical by making use of
    • nitrogen is so essential to the life of the soul. For the soul itself
    • outside. The astral is everywhere, and nitrogen itself — the
    • works itself out in the life of plants, in tim life of Earth.
    • all this, life itself is working through the oxygen-principle.
    • the carbon, drawing the life to itself out of the oxygen as it does
    • Truly, in hydrogen — although it is itself the finest of
    • now once more — moistening itself with sulphur — it needs
    • behaves itself tolerably well. There in the human being the
    • animal — does not declare itself exclusively competent, but
    • nitrogen and carried down into the carbon-nature. (The carbon itself,
    • the Earth that which expresses itself in the nitrogen nature. Indeed,
    • fill itself at all costs; it wants to become quicklime that is, to
    • wants to draw everything to itself. Down there in the ground it
    • thorough craving nature. It draws the very plant-life to itself. In
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    • itself. You need only remember the absurdities that prevailed not long
    • Science has corrected itself in the meantime. To-day as everybody knows,
    • instance, science has corrected itself, and it is well-known that if
    • orthodox science because it has to correct itself as in this instance.
    • how science has had to correct itself in this instance, notably in the
    • most recent period. Why has it to correct itself? Because it takes its
    • in itself — to provide itself with substances (which are expelled
    • in itself as actual substance — this it is constantly
    • remains at the merely herbaccous stage. A tree surrounds itself with
    • tendency to life — a tendency to permeate itself with
    • with the said substance. For then the earthly material itself will tend
    • process takes place in the forming of the tree. The earth itself is
    • itself essentially consists in this, that what would otherwise
    • to bring to life the earth-element itself. Plants, therefore, which
    • earth itself. We include in compost any kind of refuse to which little
    • And we shall kindle in the soil itself the same inner quickness and
    • has horns in order to send into itself the astral-ethereal formative
    • horns and hoofs, much work arises in the digestive organism itself.
    • the soil, and, what is more, in the earth-element itself; not only in
    • the manure itself is in such and such a condition. As indicators of
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    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • plant-life in the earth itself.
    • We shall attain far more by tackling the dirt itself, directly.
    • such conditions in the dung-substance itself. But there can be no great
    • earthy element itself. To endow the mass of manure, or the liquid manure,
    • not the most important. It does not primarily concern itself with the
    • prevent the Earth from drawing into itself what it needs by way of silicic
    • we endowed the plant itself which the power to receive into its body
    • then assist the working of the manure itself. We add these forces, so
    • will enable it to bring the right vitality into the Earth itself.
    • the potash content that it relates itself rightly, within the organic
    • it: the radiation itself will do the work. The radiating power is so
    • in the plant itself, but enables the yarrow to ray out its influences
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • We want to give the manure the power to receive so much life into itself
    • the life in the earth, so that the earth itself will have a wonderfully
    • to make the earth itself intelligent — the earth into which the
    • manure is worked. The soil will individualise itself in nice relationship
    • it, so that the soil itself will aid in this relationship.
    • to itself all that it needs.
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    • proceed from the earth itself, nevertheless they transmit what proceeds
    • the Earth itself was far more living, fruiting, inherently fertile.
    • Earth by itself is still just able to transmit that feeble reproductive
    • that a thing can be true in itself. However, to get anywhere nowadays
    • itself, though to some extent it may help even then. It will not be
    • itself from the Moon. The Moon-force is developed in the animal kingdom
    • force of the full Moon within it, conserves it, and so emancipates itself
    • the cosmic element which normally makes itself felt only in the Earth's
    • itself, it certainly applies to what we must do in counteracting it.
    • receive the faculty to bring forth plant-life out of itself. This faculty
    • makes it to some extent alive in itself; awakens waves and weavings
    • itself — the solid, mineral element — which must be made
    • Through its very intensity, it will work itself out more in the lower
    • receives something of dying life into itself, and through this dying
    • itself for the causes of its always turning northward — would
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    • one generally considers a single plant by itself. Then, from the single
    • plant, one proceeds to consider a plant-species by itself; and other
    • such a complex of roots would not allow itself to remain a mere tangle;
    • In the tree with its cambium or formative layer, the earth-realm itself
    • does the cambium itself do?
    • portion of the breathing system — the animal is itself. In its
    • itself thus directly to the earthy and watery elements. It cannot assimilate
    • assimilate earth and water, the animal itself must be there by virtue
    • into itself directly all that is earth and water; just as the animal
    • for itself, but, on the contrary, it gives away what the animal takes
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    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • we need to be aware: whatever substances are required for the head itself
    • for instance, seeking its food for itself in the open air; following
    • smell, going after the food, choosing for itself, unfolding all its
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • cycle, which ought to be maintained, complete in itself. Needless to
    • to sustain itself. As far as possible — not quite! Why not? The
    • the digestive process itself — to the sexual digestive process.
    • within him — and, moreover, the forces which the raw food itself
    • within the organism — that which specialises itself out of the
    • made of the tomato-plant itself — stem, foliage and all —
    • does not want to go out of itself; it does not want to depart from the
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    • hidden itself into the head which has become a sphere,
    • And when the gesture itself is not the essential thing, as
    • sign itself, I might say, expresses the gesture; the Lion
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    • Mystery of Golgotha itself, of worshiping idols, of introducing paganism into
    • Hence it has come about that what we know as materialism has spread itself so
    • itself still
    • so that the ether body shows itself to clairvoyant vision in waves of color.
    • the gaze directed to the material world as it showed itself to his senses.
    • themselves. What makes itself manifest in the world is indeed truth; but the
    • weaves and works everlastingly, reveals itself in order that we may
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    • penetrates into mathematical thought. It is not mathematics in itself
    • This in itself sets up a strong barrier against anything which seeks
    • contained in every object, but which does not manifest itself as
    • are created, and in that case it manifests itself. But before the
    • gives rise to something which does not reveal itself outwardly
    • the same form as matter, i.e. that the spirit itself is nothing but
    • may be compared with an object which I grasp and which shows itself
    • itself has a definite form. The shell forms part of the nut. When a
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • science of Anthroposophy wishes to set itself within the other
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    • surrenders itself to the object, leads to unsound organs of spiritual
    • embarked upon. Everything that readily surrenders itself to illusion
    • observation and extinguish what presents itself as image to his
    • spiritual world appears, slowly to weaken itself bit by bit, to the
    • itself. Such a cultivation of the will is accomplished only when the
    • in ordinary life has disappeared, and the soul feels itself as if
    • love itself with the force of an event of nature, as it can be
    • We see how the possibility of error opens itself to someone
    • dying, at that which destroys itself: This is one source of error.
    • itself.
    • obstructions for itself, grasp what is brought to light through
    • has transformed itself into an organ of perception for the spiritual
    • grasp such matters. This should result from the study itself. If one
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    • arbitrarily but according to the phenomena of nature itself. But he
    • the course of history associate itself with the historical facts
    • then begins to make itself felt in human evolution that lifts
    • and less understanding for the Event that had united itself
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    • the ‘thing in itself,’ but can only catch the outward
    • things, but not at the ‘thing in itself.’ This is indeed
    • itself;’ this remains unknown.
    • itself.’
    • base of what I have just described, it presents itself thus: It is
    • evoke within itself by means of its nervous or other activities. When
    • any actual ‘thing in itself.’ Why is this? It is solely
    • to the thing in itself. It is not so much the case here that certain
    • itself.’ This thought is as it were immediately frozen in;
    • makes itself felt there, just as in the more advanced thinking of the
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    • the East, it appears as a spiritual product of the Earth itself. When
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    • working. The eye that beholds the Christ has itself been
    • In Christ he sees the Being to whom humanity offers itself in
    • festival itself is so ancient and our present symbol of it so recent,
    • the seed of a new plant; the blossom forms itself into a new
    • Spiritual, but the Spiritual itself they could not see. Yet
    • one pupil he could reveal the picture itself, to a second a
    • physical structure itself. The same feeling can arise when
    • in the physical world itself incontrovertible proof had been
    • human hearts and in the Cosmos itself when the human heart
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    • world — is willing to reveal itself to men in all strength; yet
    • one hand, the spiritual world is willing to reveal itself with great
    • itself, if he does not shut himself off from it. The time is past
    • when the spiritual could reveal itself to man in all sorts of
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • spiritual world to reveal itself to them, ought to have striven to
    • “imaginative” forces — just as art itself can only
    • understands what is willing to reveal itself to him to-day. For
    • spiritual science itself i.e., through that thinking and
    • the spiritual world is striving to reveal itself from without (to a
    • ought to fill himself again with what is revealing itself from
    • spiritual life must descend! But it will never reveal itself
    • reveal itself to one who, in the spiritual life, is the coolie of the
    • economic life. It will only reveal itself to him who has daily to
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    • all that thought can experience if it unites itself with the full
    • cannot change itself back into any other force, and that then the
    • of in the depths of human life itself.
    • to the boundary of the super-sensible, that reveals itself to us in
    • thinking itself can be perceived as an inner soul content. But what
    • is in accordance with its being first lets itself be known when true
    • can unfold itself, but that the material process itself must be
    • thinking unfolds itself a nothingness of material can be seen. It
    • validity.’ First matter must withdraw itself from the
    • unprejudiced way to the place where matter destroys itself, if one
    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • where the moral world itself becomes creative, where something arises
    • itself within itself, since it creates itself. And then we learn
    • learn to recognise how this wasting-away process draws into itself
    • itself the power to break through natural causality, not, to be sure,
    • can be destroyed, sets itself there within him as a means of
    • itself moral intuitions; and a man is moral because he
    • Individuality itself as a directly active power.
    • who settest up no law, but awaitest what my virtuous love itself will
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    • itself which will lead humanity from intellectuality, by way of
    • itself.
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    • lead to still worse symptoms, till it expresses itself in
    • unpleasantly the prevailing nervousness is making itself felt.
    • nervous conditions. Life itself in such a case will prove that the
    • be continued, for it would quickly lend itself to vanity. This
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    • does not of itself come into conflict with current science. It
    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • mathematics itself, with its value for the other sciences and in
    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • itself. By taking the third dimension negatively, we really
    • contrast to the path that has adapted itself so closely to material
    • regarded as a world of ideas and present of itself in the soul, thus
    • epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
    • base; and from this base, which science itself has laid, to carry
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    • so rich that it can express itself, not allegorically or symbolically,
    • means itself, expresses itself.
    • brought in. The anthroposophical world-view had to show itself
    • dimensions — where space itself is concrete, something
    • the physical human being, reveals itself in images and brings us a
    • to adapt itself to this.
    • plastic art. For the human physical form is itself only an imitation
    • external, physical body, which is itself only an imitation of the
    • etheric body, but on the etheric body itself. One forms this etheric
    • shapes out of itself, and from such perception (Schauen) one
    • investigate how an animal forms its etheric body for itself from its
    • itself, art. Someone may interpose: Indeed, art is not science. But I
    • conviction has led, of itself, to Eurhythmy: the branch of art that has
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    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • What presents itself to the ordinary consciousness of modern man as
    • you, there speaks the Ego that desires to assert itself. With us,
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    • of man establish itself. It is a centre for the strengthening and
    • the Ego of man is as it were submerged, where it cannot hold itself
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • exist; whatever makes itself known to eye, ear, and so on, will at
    • life, a continual coming to birth. This does not reveal itself in any
    • great variety of ways, manifesting itself visibly to our senses. But
    • developed under the influence of a science that concerns itself only
    • for ever splitting up and scattering itself abroad. There, where the
    • closer circle, until the circle becomes the moon itself. Then it
    • itself with all that streams out. The sun is in reality
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    • Christianity itself, especially in respect of the spiritual
    • century, Theology itself became materialistic. I have already
    • could only be convinced by the fact itself. Christ Himself and He
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    • asserted itself as the evangelic principle, as protestantism, etc.,
    • instead experience, during earthly life itself, a kind of inner
    • look upon the Christ as a Being perfect in itself. This will enable
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    • course of history itself. The Mystery of Golgotha, the external
    • element of spiritual science which considers life itself, so that an
    • the Ego that must constantly create itself in order to understand
    • itself (indeed, future epochs will grasp the greatness of Fichte's
    • in itself, because such things have never existed in human
    • Europe, but, for Russia itself — the very greatest misfortune
    • lost the possibility of transcending itself, of reaching something
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • itself to spiritual, scientific research. If the fruits of spiritual
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    • within our civilisation, and that it contains within itself
    • itself to downfall.
    • civilisation are so egoistic, because it has within itself no
    • themselves brought forth as being itself the actual reality,
    • to Freedom, the impulse to Altruism; for in itself it has
    • means a proof that the impulse of freedom itself is really
    • of itself engendered an understanding of the idea of freedom.
    • symptom that has especially manifested itself in Central
    • talking like a man! Hence the simile of itself shows that the
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    • itself in a shepherd maid — the Maid of Orleans. We
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    • events there establishes itself in the mother's body the
    • and these come from the Earth itself: they do not work on the
    • mother is on the Earth, the Earth itself has its effect. The
    • a certain connection with them in earthly life itself.
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    • constantly perceive how the Eternal reveals itself, comes to
    • the physical plane itself I can confirm that there were
    • itself, in the way it is presented, has become utterly
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    • the longing for such an understanding — has only made itself
    • itself the highest earthly wisdom cannot save him from
    • Buddhist says that the world is in itself the Great Illusion,
    • Buddhism only reveals itself when we compare it with Christianity.
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    • details of life, to the marvellous structure of the body itself. You
    • community. And, moreover, this healthy influence will make itself
    • felt in the domain of Medicine itself.
    • an abnormal soul-life must inevitably express itself in an abnormal
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • real substance of Spiritual Science is in itself a social
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    • strives to maintain the rhythm of the breath itself in the way he
    • and living. The vowel can be taken by itself. The consonant on the
    • adapt itself to the earthly conditions. It is shaped as it is,
    • soul-nature, manifesting itself through the vowels, strikes upon the
    • for you yourself no longer sing. The World itself becomes cosmic
    • in the air. For the sound itself, the air signifies no more than does
    • itself is spiritual. Just as the man is different from the earthly
    • of the soul itself. That which is truly spiritual in the pre-earthly
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    • brought thee into an earthly existence which is itself of a Divine
    • itself a future life of conscious spiritual knowledge, a life leading
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    • thought has spun itself altogether into electricity, and this
    • so closely connects itself with a definite manner of thinking. If
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    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • Gnostics when Gnosis itself was already waning — we must say that
    • an angel. So, when this being reveals itself as Son, it is an
    • understanding that came from humanity itself and its own forces. This
    • ancient form of spiritual wisdom had established itself extensively
    • participation in the events of the holy rite itself. The essence of
    • after a few days, the ether body detaches itself from the human
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • itself belongs — work upon the physical and bodily which is in space?
    • itself a kind of spiritual essence, manifests itself in outer forms
    • movement through our will, the will adapts itself and enters
    • space, is not in itself spatial. ‘Space’ must always be
    • shews itself in all manner of delicate disturbances of
    • find that the Will pours itself out everywhere into the
    • no longer spatial in itself. For the mere plane — the
    • Will pours itself out. To place the Feelings too into this world, we
    • Then we see the cloud of light creating itself in the centre as a
    • plane, whereby it feels itself. And the plane in turn strives to
    • suffice. No idea that remains at rest within itself can reproduce the
    • own. The soul itself, as it conceives itself, plays with the
    • itself. And only thereafter do we gain a clear conception of
    • Feeling comes from the right and from the left, and finds itself at
    • has, as influence of the world upon itself, it
    • rest within itself. When, as it were, it turns its attention to the
    • feeling. It has the feeling of shooting forth out of itself. It feels
    • itself as raying forth in the world.
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    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • on our earth — roughly as it might have presented itself to the
    • itself compelled to assume that the lowest stratum owes its origin to
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • itself through cooling down, that this process of cooling continued
    • presents itself somewhat in the following way.
    • itself to our physical eyes approximately during the periods covered
    • not present itself in the very least as we know it today, as the
    • had to come into existence, had to form itself, so that on its firm
    • latter itself we should, however, have something in a state of
    • in itself is a contradiction of the way of thinking prevailing in
    • regard that which has produced out of itself a higher life as a
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • present by itself, nor willing by itself, there is always a
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • This imaginative life yields itself up to us. We ourselves do nothing
    • deeply into such pictures, then one's thinking itself becomes
    • but who sees matter itself and the activities connected with
    • which contains within itself a mysterious and secret genius, has something
    • itself felt. This hunger must be satisfied. It is satisfied out
    • of the organism itself, by nourishment present in the organism. In
    • that Imagination comes to us of itself in so far as the present is
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    • prepare three representations. If you go into the matter itself you
    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
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    • speak in this way. For what has once happened is fulfilling itself
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    • for, as we saw in the last lecture, ‘time’ itself did not
    • came into being on Saturn itself. When we carry our thought back to
    • derived from the soul-life itself, from the ethical wisdom-laden life
    • wishing to keep back nothing of the beat for itself, but gladly to
    • knowledge reveal itself? How is that which comes to us revealed when
    • we have prepared ourselves sufficiently? It reveals itself as the
    • imprints itself into matter (besides everything else), this is the
    • conceived by thinking of a globe complete in itself and radiating
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    • itself. Thus when we say that Time is continuous it means that when
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    • to know that there is such a hidden life of the Soul? Life itself
    • can only live within itself. It is thereby shut off from what it
    • itself and is never satisfied. Then came the Spirits of Movement and
    • completely surrender itself — the egotism within it prevents
    • itself with the totality rather than with the individuality. That
    • more intense the search. And is it not like a voice expressing itself
    • itself with the mediocre and the ordinary.
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    • of wonder itself? Why is it that wonder, astonishment at
    • sacrificial substance, to set that substance itself in motion and
    • thing only shows itself in its reality — Death!’ All
    • important and essential consequence of this statement presents itself
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • itself when it gathers their seeds into itself. There is no sense in
    • for the Mystery of Golgotha! There we have something which in itself
    • Because this has occurred death itself has entered the world of Maya
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    • itself, one to the astral body, one to the ego.
    • itself and refuse to consider that in many respects it
    • itself, gets himself elected to parliament at the age of 27.
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    • an end in itself; this would be a very serious matter.
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    • old lackadaisical and slovenly way, but must address itself
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    • the application of this to reality itself. Please, consider
    • contradictions. Reality itself comes to realization in
    • where this shows itself in its true form — that is, in
    • itself to reality. And we have to draw people's attention to
    • forms created out of the concrete itself, is a pioneering
    • really shown itself in a very pretty light in Mrs Besant, the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • perhaps not the book itself, but the ideas on which it was
    • presents itself to the senses, which is the modern scientific
    • itself to our eyes holds the whole future in it, though this
    • absolute, complete in itself, might as well talk of a plant
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    • Science itself
    • lies ahead life itself will have to be the subject for
    • Germanic human nature presents itself in a very profound way
    • the gap between the life that presents itself to the senses
    • — which likes to see itself in the abstract and in
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • presents itself as the event of November 1879 is now coming
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    • Was always life itself with vigour lived,
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    • but for things eternal and immortal, made itself the advocate
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • the Middle Ages said to itself: No matter how effectively one may
    • stay where it is, but then places itself completely upon a standpoint
    • feeling, and that ultimately expresses itself in the will. I
    • itself to be at the limits of its knowledge. And it is basically one
    • everything that is sought by the humble soul that lifts itself
    • inwardly through the matter itself, one does not become proud. But
    • fact, in the being of the anthroposophical movement itself and
    • sectarian direction than one can the Anthroposophical Society itself.
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • the contemplation of thinking itself. No notice at all is taken of
    • conceived, is not complete in itself and independent, because this
    • thinking asserts itself only when we are asleep, i.e. when the weaker
    • metamorphosis. Exterior morphology itself then leads us into the
    • allow itself to have anything to do with the Christ. Thus we have our
    • humanity will be unable to raise itself. This means that it will not
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • when we have learnt to regard the external world itself as a
    • rhythm. The Graeco-Latin epoch stands, as it were, by itself; the
    • law itself, describing spirals as, for instance, is the case in the
    • refuse to adapt itself to such ways of approach and those who busy
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
    • of which will enable the soul gradually to discover in itself and in
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • particular forms, its particular ways, how it makes itself felt
    • contemplation, which is to concern itself with the spirit that finds
    • microscope, the plant body revealed itself as a structure of small
    • place itself on the firm ground of natural science. One who
    • piece of bone and to explain it out of itself, for it would be
    • itself it is nothing; by itself it cannot be explained.
    • be considered by itself or whether it remains inexplicable by itself,
    • earth, as something existing by itself. When confronted with the
    • spiritual investigator the plant world at once relates itself to the
    • piece of human bone by itself. The common nature of plants simply
    • that is in itself a living whole, bringing forth the nature of plants
    • out of itself, just as the human being brings forth the structures of
    • first separates itself out of the organism, so we have to look at the
    • spirit-filled organism we may say that it surrenders itself to an
    • condition the earth organism closes itself off from this sun
    • activity, drawing itself together into itself. Now let us compare
    • world, surrendering itself to the spiritual world. In this sleep
    • inner aspect of the human being spreads itself out, pours itself out
    • seem, it is nevertheless revealed that the human soul pours itself
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    • for us to realise that the Time itself was possessed with
    • used the word ‘Word’ itself, when he used this
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    • a stream by itself. But I manufacture the shoes for another
    • of man, Wisdom lives itself out through human thought. The
    • itself).
    • social life. The Word itself becomes of social service, And
    • Physical Science itself, and not its learned
    • sky,” Goethe once said, “is in itself the Theory;
    • every textbook of Physics. The blue of the sky itself is
    • Physics itself Goethe was pointing to that which I desired to
    • such difficulty bestir itself to draw forth, from the inmost
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    • the birth of Christ Jesus, and therewithal attaches itself to
    • entity which clothes itself at birth with the physical body,
    • germ. The germ itself — in so far as it is the germ of
    • just as our little finger now feels itself to be part and
    • generally known as Science nowadays, concerns itself with
    • itself with death. The Religion of to-day lacks any
    • strong inclination to concern itself with super-sensible Man
    • Meanwhile the Science of to-day, which concerns itself
    • scientist only seeks to investigate on the Earth itself.
    • “thing” of Spiritual Science is the Spirit itself
    • humanity of to-day! — it prides itself on the very
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • spoken, we endow the soul itself with organs. This soul element,
    • to the moment of waking up, must, as it were, connect itself
    • that in life itself feeling and will must first be drawn into the
    • that which reflects itself in the mirror of the physical and
    • reflect itself. Through these experiences we perceive everything
    • addition to what reflects itself and leads us to a knowledge of
    • builds itself up from mineral substances. By taking in vegetable
    • the end of life, as a moment in life, as an experience in itself.
    • objects, and though it manifests itself to the woof of thoughts;
    • already obtain the first elements of what reveals itself in the
    • itself intuitively (I have shown this in my
    • towards us, a light in which the world development itself with
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • presents itself to our head and particularly to our heart; this
    • for a moral world order asserts itself in the human heart; the
    • need asserts itself of establishing a connection with a
    • itself, the super-sensible essence of the world poured itself into
    • must turn thought itself towards our inner being. We should
    • the Logos of the World could reveal Itself to him, so we must be
    • science itself can only be gained through the fact that through
    • itself, which he turns inward. In this way he will find a
    • organism. A modern man must aim at the will itself. What the
    • the will emancipates itself from everything that is enforced upon
    • asserts itself in the eye. In certain parts of its organ, the eye
    • reveals itself all the more faithfully, the less morality we
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • consciousness manifests itself in symptoms which can be
    • justify us to admit that Raymond Lodge's soul manifested itself
    • thinking emancipates itself from the body through meditation.
    • being which can emancipate itself from the body.
    • reproduce the world within itself, so the etheric and the
    • world, now reflects itself in the external world as thought. An
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • itself in every sphere of life.
    • there was something which announced itself as a soul-spiritual,
    • the stars. Reality will then manifest itself in Maya. If anyone
    • will be gained by perceiving on the earth itself, in the things
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • would manifest itself as inspired consciousness, as inspirations
    • the inner essence of the heart itself. He may apply them in the
    • in the fact that Anthroposophy reveals itself as Anthroposophy
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • manifests itself particularly — as I have already explained
    • people thought that life on earth and the earth itself would end
    • upon man, whereas the Mystery of Golgotha does not force itself
    • Spiritual Being manifesting itself only outwardly in the way in
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • lifeless thoughts, Nature itself, with its living changing
    • had completely identified itself with man. The ancient Greek no
    • naïve love for Christ, which is in itself fully justified
    • grasped, whereas everything that is alive defends itself, moves
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    • The intellect itself is spirit, but its content is no longer a
    • Nature. Hence the intellect is spirit, but it fills itself with
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • Earth. It enters the Earth-body. It carries in itself the imprint of
    • something remains stationary in time, while time itself progresses.
    • of which I have already spoken. The subject itself impressed its
    • has connected itself with Earth-man, so that man gives over to the
    • progress is not in itself in a position to lead man to any
    • fearful instruments of destruction. Science itself has no direct
    • Then will the Sheath itself become perceptible,
    • Then will the sheath itself become perceptible,
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    • feeling can impress itself into all human souls everywhere in these
    • times, can impress itself in the midst of blood and hate: the thought
    • itself the stamp of what the earth has become through the fact that
    • “I” itself was active in forming and structuring us. This
    • body pushes itself forward in years while the “I”
    • “I” does not actually unite itself with what approaches
    • have just been speaking. The situation itself poured its holiness
    • itself with earthly man. He gives over to the earth the wood out of
    • of itself to lead to a view that satisfies the human being. As it
    • Itself clear, blue, still, pure
    • Into knowing, then transforms itself into seeming,
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    • a line which returns on itself, forming a circle as the expression of
    • of the whole Cosmos The Cosmos pours itself into, and densifies
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    • at first to be as full of mystery as the Sphinx itself, standing
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • disintegrates; thus it spins itself a cocoon which it attaches to a tree
    • it has no eyes, so sees nothing and just lives for itself in a world of
    • has entirely transformed itself into a caterpillar. Inner sensation is
    • short time the insect takes to hurl itself into the flame, could it but
    • to propagate itself and perish in order to re-emerge as a new being.
    • Only it deceives itself because it cannot create a cocoon so rapidly.
    • itself in the form of a cocoon. The caterpillar has an urge towards the
    • with this task. Its urge is to soar, to pour itself into the light and
    • to live there. So what does it do? Well, it isolates itself, envelops
    • itself in its sheath along with the sunbeams. In the chrysalis the
    • caterpillar altogether isolates itself from the physical earth forces.
    • shuts itself off more and more from the light which is imprisoned, and
    • outside. The caterpillar really spins itself to death. It ceases to be,
    • for itself. What does it do then? It will do the spinning inside its
    • bank, or the pond itself dries up. Then it is more exposed to the light
    • general public cannot form an opinion and allows itself to be guided in
    • Lombroso's — where science itself states that it is impossible to
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    • first to speak of some of the ways in which the human soul expresses itself
    • experience; it is in the nature of the memory-picture itself that we
    • expressing itself plastically in the smoke of the incense.
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • word itself we confess our inability to say anything about these forces.
    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • demonstrate conclusively that what shows itself to begin with in such
    • we have a knowledge about sleep itself by some other means. He who truly
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
    • for the support of the spiritual makes itself felt in the soul, a great
    • perception. Something else now shows itself as a fact of the life of
    • in a general world-substance, but has, as it were, immersed itself in
    • relationship with these beings, and doing so severally, is now itself
    • aware that this faculty has inserted itself into the course of his life
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    • itself, elementary Anthroposophy. Haeckel has only attained such
    • to that of animals, has perfected itself; and that this is the
    • fact presents itself to anyone who looks without prejudice at
    • how it ought to stand in relation to itself if it
    • entirely by itself. The effects of the cold are psychic
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • themselves by fission; one divides itself into two, two into
    • principles of life, in life itself, while it is there.
    • the moment it has taken into itself the possibility of
    • plant which can surround itself with bark, which can bear
    • the young organism — it must make itself secure by
    • living being which possesses the possibility within itself
    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • a separation between life and death in the being itself. We
    • one direction, and a continual sinking-into itself of another
    • kernel in man which presents itself clearly and which cannot
    • individual human life thus carries within itself the proof
    • to a certain age, but only showed itself later as a feeling
    • pain and joy, we shall then see in this Spiritual life itself
    • unite itself to the outer world; and as it grows ever more
    • condition. So we see that when our life enriches itself by
    • but by the outer world itself; that is to say, by the world
    • fatigued:. In the life-process itself there is nothing which
    • what has become wooden, as it were, what it has itself formed
    • which expresses itself in fatigue. Hence, we really have the
    • in itself the same forces as have built up our Spiritual
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    • forces itself immediately upon our senses.
    • distinct within itself, just like Earth, Water, and Air
    • human kingdom itself will flow into the human body. All this
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • besides this mineral kingdom itself, also the first
    • mineral kingdom, the one in which an Ego can build for itself
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • physical life but are immortal like the human soul itself;
    • could it perceive itself, feel itself at its goal and admire,
    • soul that endeavored to contain within itself the Divine and
    • not disclose itself to Goethe at that time, for he had not developed so
    • order to ally itself with them. Only then can it become
    • and not from the anxiety itself; from the feeling awakened and
    • gives itself to the “eternal masculine.” The
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • which human wickedness feels itself challenged to battle. Thus
    • which must be enmity against the Spirit-King feels itself
    • Golgotha there entered into earthly evolution itself a cosmic
    • itself quite immersed in the old Pagan spiritual
    • without prejudice, and felt a great change in itself. To-day we
    • the world felt itself challenged by his kingly spiritual power.
    • noble, so full of significance, that humanity itself cannot
    • rebel against the earth itself — heavenly force pitted
    • antagonist Ahriman against itself.
    • itself — so does the child lie there. And if it is thrown
    • reach it. Mockery is this wisdom; it must feel itself rejected
    • spiritual world, in which the child shows itself to be like the
    • it feels itself, in its childlike way, connected with the
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • book of Nature itself, which is available to each and all
    • because the Divine Mind manifests itself in Nature and
    • reveals itself as so great, so powerful and so wonderful;
    • itself not understood because it was intended to be taken in
    • itself,” at things as they really are. Expressed rather
    • point we wish to emphasize is the conception itself as an
    • lives in the Divine Spirit itself. In the moving stars, in
    • itself heard by men. Great discoveries revealed themselves
    • only the body by means of which its Spirit manifested itself
    • itself is composed of many Monads, not of one. If we
    • of rejoicing was itself crystallized into a system of
    • idea that the brain itself was transposed spinal marrow and
    • the covering tissue, but that the brain itself had been moved
    • will that Spirit reveal itself.
    • Bruno we see the dawn, in Goethe we see the Sun itself, which
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    • the soul; on the one hand the losing of itself in
    • scepticism towards all theorising shows itself precisely in
    • Darwinian theory, used in this way, has shown itself to be
    • it has contradicted and annulled itself! So that we may
    • sub-conscious life of man, as it shows itself in dreams or
    • makes itself felt, a kind of resignation sets in. In
    • a living spirit, in which the soul finds itself as if reborn
    • forlornness, in which psychology finds itself bereft of the
    • spirit, and tries to help itself out of the difficulty by the
    • itself ever more intensely as it passes from soul to soul,
    • directly from life itself. In his “Atomistics of the
    • to emancipate itself from all theories — the atomic,
    • logic that is at fault. Life itself is a contradiction, and
    • something in him which works of itself. If we yield ourselves
    • it lives itself out in our feelings and sensations, in our
    • itself to others everywhere in the world. In proportion as
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    • itself as the counterpart of Imaginative cognition. Once
    • that some individuality or another could reveal itself with
    • forces itself into the diminished consciousness. Everything
    • formed itself in life? and no more regards the material than
    • put in the position of facing himself. That shows itself in
    • revenges itself, and a faithful believer, who has not thought
    • the fact nevertheless it establishes itself, hope,
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    • what the soul itself has preserved in the immediate
    • Consciousness says to itself, ‘I want nothing more;
    • planes of evolution of the Earth itself, and is, moreover,
    • question of investigating the animal slime itself. The point
    • realms, it proves itself appallingly unsound.
    • whole conduct and appearance as it expresses itself in
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    • itself is obstinate when we try to elaborate ideas according to
    • hypothesis, for when such a thing occurs, Karma works itself
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    • are always such as to be strong enough, for life itself really
    • the blue sky. (For her appearance made itself felt, long before
    • indeed as Hamlet says of good and evil: Nothing in itself
    • care and attention all that sets itself up to-day as
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • of, out of the reality itself, or in mere words. Alas, one can
    • itself, if I may say so, by its own inherent virtue, had a kind
    • negative superstition humanity to-day gives itself up
    • They meant that space itself always wants to be filled with
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    • through the school itself or in a manner approved by it.
    • itself to the materialism rising in human evolution — has
    • the spirit and soul being for a time loses itself in the
    • impulse makes itself felt by you, warning you, pointing
    • — to find in the spirit itself the power to overcome
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    • but men on earth and the earth itself were not yet matured for
    • the sun's light itself; and he said to himself: “If I look
    • in the earth itself the esoteric Christian saw with the pupils
    • little sister is lying in the cradle a viper winds itself round
    • etheric body, round which the astral body winds itself. He
    • Rose-Cross has taken upon itself for all mankind the mission of
    • so that the earth itself becomes the bearer of the Christ-power,
    • youths, which the ego can only win by devoting itself to the
    • outer world and not egotistically shutting itself away from it.
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    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
    • incarnations, so too do we realize that the Earth itself has known
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    • expresses itself in three ways. The etheric aura of the people
    • Zeitgeist, something manifests itself in the Spirit of an Age
    • starts from within and manifests itself externally in a physical
    • temperament, is itself an expression of that temperament. That is the
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    • is reflected in the human individuality itself as the
    • feebly in the Sentient Soul, struggles to free itself, emerges for
    • astral body itself, of the etheric body and of the physical body.
    • inner experience, what takes place in consciousness itself, suffice.
    • arise within the nation itself. Under these circumstances the
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    • Old Moon and the Earth period itself up to the present moment. If you
    • namely that civilization itself, the further it moves westward,
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    • greater, set itself the task of investigating the mysterious forces
    • itself, abandoned man to his bony system and thus hastened his
    • civilization which could not adapt itself to later evolution. There
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    • prisoner of his limitations. Monism or monotheism in itself can only
    • pluralism and to devote itself to synthesis, to the doctrine of one
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    • lecture. But an ego which is itself at an abnormal stage of evolution
    • human soul, feels itself to be intimately related to an abnormal
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    • apparent contradiction will resolve itself at once if you recall that
    • human being distinct from itself, then in the act of cognition one is
    • But it is a different matter when the ego knows itself, for then the
    • itself in these forces. He felt the presence of the Luciferic element
    • more clearly is that the Luciferic influence makes itself felt in
    • astral plane, that which to us is an illusion manifested itself at
    • occurs because the Moon interposes itself between the Earth and the
    • because the Luciferic influence increasingly asserted itself. At that
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    • struggling to free itself from its attachment to the group-soul.
    • Mind-Soul and from the Spiritual or Consciousness-Soul itself,
    • itself and regards nature simply as the idea in its other aspect. The
    • the Chinese that isolates itself and remains static, repeating what
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    • body itself for the use of these soul-forces, which then transmit to
    • itself. The descent of the divinespiritual into the physical is still
    • Science, if, perhaps in the domain of Spiritual Science itself, there
    • itself stemmed from the old clairvoyant gift, but only by that which,
    • it by the facts of life itself. For in life too, at every stage of
    • communicated by life itself. Then, whatever Might colour in any way a
    • self-knowledge and ask itself: how can I best contribute to the
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    • life. That very concern itself was raised to the level of a religion,
    • powerful in its particular workings. It did not confine itself to a
    • and saw religious life pouring itself into the forms of art.
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
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    • to do with the ether body itself. Besides being the source
    • itself. In primeval times this ether body was so organised that the
    • been able to see them if it had depended upon itself alone. The
    • astral body does not of itself see images. Just as a man does not see
    • the third member, the astral body itself. This is the element in us
    • upon the ether body itself, and upon the astral body. This force of
    • which work upon the physical body, upon the ether body itself and
    • that in the ether body itself the key to knowledge of the world had
    • itself, is represented in the key and the coil of rope; and the third
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    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • not united itself with the Earth. To liberate men from the Earth, to
    • substance would attach itself to form a star which in the future
    • would attach itself. There would then have to be other incarnations
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    • Jahve, as the extract of the Elohim, means life itself to the ancient
    • consciousness, the ancient Hebrew consciousness surrenders itself
    • gradually makes itself at home in the macrocosm. ... I tried to
    • figure of Dionysos the Greek soul has expressed itself with such
    • itself with the astral Zeus forces. Grafted upon the Zeus forces as
    • forces of the Earth itself. Persephone was the daughter of Demeter, a
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
    • ego can transcend itself, is able to connect one thing with another?
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    • the world, presented itself to them as a kind of knowledge, a kind of
    • addresses itself not only to our reason, to our philosophy, but to
    • body manifests itself only as maya or illusion. When we meet a man,
    • cloud, vanishes away, reveals itself as maya. And if we wish
    • of the world which displays itself to him in the star-strewn heavens,
    • compromise, from no aspect does it show itself to be what in reality
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    • thinking. Knowledge does not come of itself. The human being has to
    • Nothing of the mental representation itself lives in the brain. What
    • attainment of knowledge as a matter of life itself, that one feels
    • nonsense what, if it has held on to its common sense, reveals itself
    • Mystery itself, there is nothing to stop us doing so. We are not
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    • itself. Something like that is what Capesius is depicted as feeling
    • would work today if it were left to itself. The human being would
    • itself aloof, so to say, and only intervening indirectly. Now we must
    • which was itself a reality, something which would cause our mere life
    • forces He had developed into the Earth itself. It was
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    • The Earth itself was
    • continuously towards man out of the Earth itself. We will now examine
    • itself into that Christpower, that Christ Impulse which, as it
    • ancient doctrine of Zarathustra, will one day have to say to itself:
    • possibility of permeating itself with that element out of cosmic
    • brain is held back, it reflects itself, and what in this way enters
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    • world, that the world presents itself to him as a riddle, and that
    • Beings of Greek mythology, his feeling of wonder transformed itself
    • instrument of the brain detaches from itself highly attenuated
    • this stuff itself derived from the depths of the cosmos, ancient
    • soul draws forth far less from itself, what it produces is much
    • feels itself empty in face of the real world. It certainly feels able
    • observe it as it is in itself, and if this consciousness becomes
    • egotism; in either direction we come to what of itself can certainly
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    • applying itself to the spiritual or the spiritual becoming conscious of
    • corporeality. In Greek culture the soul had freed itself to some extent
    • destined to withdraw into itself and experience its struggles and conquests
    • to all that the spirit might intuitively hold when giveing itself up
    • Then however we get the impression that in the Art of Painting itself
    • of the world of sense, and it then becomes part of history itself.
    • is that is wafting hither in order to unite itself with the Earthly.
    • only proceed from the Earthly. Our perception may feel itself raised
    • struggles and conflicts of humanity itself charmed onto the walls of
    • containing within itself all that had developed up to the time of
    • spoken to humanity itself in his artistic creations.
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    • must allow itself to be connected with the whole apparatus of the earth.
    • by itself. This is based on the connection between the human soul and
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    • to manifest itself through the various periods? For truly, he who observes
    • as the glimmering of a world which does not expend itself in the ordinary
    • on the Iliad itself we find many a word of resignation which shows us
    • relates itself tom Christianity in such a way-that everything which
    • restricts itself to what is perceived by the external senses, to what
    • body they saw that power which brings in the divine, which itself only
    • accustomed to itself inwardly; just as when a machine is being prepared
    • but which will make itself of value as something individual, and will
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    • encounters there presents itself as a riddle to be solved. Only
    • process rays out from his head and pours itself like a stream of
    • once more. But this picture of Michael and the Dragon paints itself
    • universe and in man, then the cosmos itself will paint from out of
    • reveals itself in the astral light.
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    • is above all self-contained, enclosed in itself. It has drawn back
    • from itself during the summer. Hence in the depths of winter the
    • Earth is more earthly, more truly itself, than at any other time. And
    • something made up out of itself: it is water shaped by the whole
    • the Earth to form itself into a cosmic water-drop, we are really
    • encounter the salt-process. This is what the Earth makes of itself in
    • reasserts itself — imaged in winter by the snow-mantle that
    • itself in mercurial formation, salt-formation, ash-formation. What
    • itself is so small and it would be examining the bone from a flea's
    • mid-winter, accordingly, when the Earth consolidates itself on
    • spiritual in itself, through the consolidating influence,
    • quicksilver — has the inner tendency to shape itself
    • to reinvigorate itself, but the tendency also to transform the
    • is always seeking to tear itself away from the Earth. If
    • itself everything seeks to become spherical (dark red); in this upper
    • up there the spherical is always inclined to flatten itself out. The
    • all earthly processes. For the Earth prepares itself in mid-winter
    • to the Sun-element, the child, forming itself out of the clouds
    • the cosmos itself.
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    • enclosed within itself. During the winter the Earth is, so to speak,
    • say that winter-limestone is a being content within itself.
    • contentment on all sides. It expresses itself as an inner permeation
    • into the life of the Earth itself: first, the extreme that man would
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    • within itself, man too, if he participates in what autumn — the
    • find our gaze directed to the depths of the Earth itself. We find
    • crystalline forms in which the hard earth consolidates itself
    • of summer. At midsummer everything down below the earth shapes itself
    • them into itself. And out of that gleaming radiance the figure I have
    • so beautifully within itself the harmony of the earthly silver
    • is not so. At midsummer the Trinity reveals itself out of the midst
    • concentrates itself into Inspiration, united with the Spirit-tones of
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    • look into itself, but to look outwards into the world.
    • undergo in the nutritive system itself: then we come to recognise the
    • a remedy is, one knows its healing power. The spirit cannot of itself
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    • ineptitude? Why is Greco-Roman scholarship itself unable
    • is itself an offspring of Christianity, a direct development of
    • science of itself out of and beyond materialism.
    • question to itself, it is led, first of all, to an event from
    • event that presents itself first and foremost to clairvoyant
    • itself to Spiritual Science and with the spiritual-scientific
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    • look back into the past it presents itself as a kind of
    • woke at this time of Pentecost; and the awakening itself was a
    • words what presents itself here to the eyes of soul — as
    • this presents itself very vividly when the backward-turned gaze
    • very script itself. This cosmic script compels one with a kind
    • knowledge born of man's own mind placed itself in front of the
    • tries to prevent it, the more forcibly does it present itself.
    • born, that this Being — the All-prevailing Love itself
    • interposed itself, a picture which, mingling with the purely
    • all precision what presents itself in the spiritual script. For
    • judge the pass to which things have come in what calls itself
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    • existence. The Mystery of Golgotha itself is to be understood
    • earth itself.
    • leaders of a people, and the people itself. They bear upwards,
    • through the course of those three years the Spirit bound itself
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    • made to record them all, the world itself could not have
    • Initiate through the experiences of life itself. This
    • always turn back. In the Order itself, ancient lore and ancient
    • not say into the Order itself — as a kind of extern, or
    • through words revealed itself to him in all manner of
    • community itself or very shortly afterwards at his home in
    • ingrained itself into his very soul, burned like fire in his
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    • all that had revealed itself through him. But his heart
    • time came back to him. The ancient Zarathustra-wisdom itself
    • of Jesus of Nazareth — which had itself become
    • in face of contemporary thought which contents itself with
    • itself, is correct! Dabblers in the field of the evolution of
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    • them in our Society something which is itself upon the path between
    • harmony with itself. Much else could be described, in order gradually
    • itself, but the forces which are active in the physical heart, remain
    • not because the physical heart-beat in itself is valued so much, as
    • Lucifer. Egoism is of itself transformed into selflessness when it is
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
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    • to confine itself to the working-up of natural processes and
    • impulses within that pure thinking which science itself fosters
    • the scientific view of life points beyond itself. It must take
    • the other hand, that because it cannot itself arrive
    • itself — an extension into a region that science,
    • respiratory current itself. We could say that the yogi set his
    • my hand were conscious, what would it think about itself?
    • itself to the yogi through his exercise. And we may say: since
    • consciousness. We remain within the thought itself. I am aware
    • content itself becomes a matter of complete indifference, and
    • of thinking itself to pass over from that into the image of
    • pass over in the thought itself to the image of man. I
    • itself. Anyone who wishes to attain knowledge of spiritual
    • this way, life itself prepares the seeker after knowledge for
    • castigation and addresses itself intimately to the very life of
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    • great problems in life, but life itself. They become the happiness
    • different form, to psychology itself. It would need a great
    • Psychology itself, moreover, is conscious of this powerlessness
    • presents itself to the psychologist, with ordinary
    • itself.
    • And with this we explore a part of human eternity itself. We
    • thoughts but with our will itself — that is, with our
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    • increasing consciousness is itself a factor in history.
    • In the human organism itself, which is such a richly
    • which the organism expresses itself. In the same way, we must
    • perceive what seeks to manifest itself to man; but that, if we
    • the thing itself is past.
    • spiritual world is willing to reveal itself. Objective
    • thought raise itself into words and then, in modern
    • itself is in many ways a revival. And yet one must say: the
    • of nature? His artistic sense transformed itself naturally into
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    • concepts. We may say: in immersing itself in these
    • presents itself directly to the eye is dissected and placed
    • first reveal itself through the human soul.
    • because, in transforming itself into mortal man, the spiritual
    • not say so; whereas he perceives as reality what reveals itself
    • itself.
    • spiritual life has revealed itself in particular phenomena. He
    • of the body, the view: Life must develop power within itself,
    • youthful power in itself so that it may attain spiritual
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    • is to be taken seriously today must not lose itself in nebulous
    • foundations of the soul itself. Even such outstanding mystics
    • in face of the outside world: for it is only by treating itself
    • and insinuate itself into things. By so doing, the self will
    • itself into the memory — if it did, we should be capable
    • inner processes in human nature itself. It seems philistine to
    • being, as we now perceive it, will present itself as a record
    • at spiritually, inwardly. All this presents itself to us as
    • sum of personal experience reveals itself.
    • that vibrates, surges, moves up and down, diffuses itself
    • Condensed in this way, the life of the soul can link itself
    • unveil itself to us until we can trace the various levels
    • foetal development and so on. In clothing itself in us, with
    • The content of the memory itself helps us to date it correctly.
    • reconciliation between what presents itself to us spiritually
    • and what presents itself to us materially.
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    • intellectualized power that reveals itself so splendidly
    • significance that this power of the intellect has shown itself
    • it means in England itself. In England, simply because of the
    • can transform itself into social impulses such as arose from
    • When we contemplate human life itself by means of a spiritual
    • intellectualism itself cannot be socially creative. It floods
    • itself the powers by which we can reach an understanding with
    • social life itself. It emerged from theory, though one that
    • believed itself to be true to life. It created a reality that
    • their words that comes from life itself, from experience of the
    • itself on old traditions, in the religious as well as the
    • us, on the spiritual plane, as our life's blood itself, so that
    • itself as a social as well as a cognitive impulse.
    • age thinks itself extremely practical and realistic, and does
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    • Western civilization itself.
    • imposes itself upon them.
    • development of the earth itself by associating their
    • itself — these impulses had, after all, been
    • attaching some importance to what displayed itself in these
    • organization that is trying to establish itself in Eastern
    • transformed itself into the legal attitude, the political
    • itself in social configurations. The priest gradually becomes
    • structure, which then proceeds to reproduce itself.
    • medieval to modern history the religious element allows itself
    • element does assert itself increasingly in the West, the nearer
    • emancipates itself in human thinking.
    • need only examine the economic element as it presented itself
    • categories that derive from economic life itself.
    • itself is then caught up by social configurations that are
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    • Grimm — since his philosophy of life was in itself a
    • ideal that Oriental civilization had set before itself,
    • characterizing yoga. On the social side, it reveals itself when
    • itself, and indeed every effort to reach a higher spirituality,
    • the extent that Greek culture itself has influenced European
    • itself in Europe, combined with Christianity, passed over into
    • transplanting itself to Europe and entering further and further
    • of labour in itself is a repetition of something that also
    • itself into a social order?
    • or neglect of memory expresses itself later in life in
    • conquered, so that after finding itself Europe can now, from
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    • experience. Not so much the expulsion itself, as the preceding
    • Something elemental reveals itself in such a man, welling up
    • — which yet carries within itself striking
    • is why Central Europe itself forsook the paths it had been
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    • obtrudes itself particularly on those who observe life
    • itself to be a real force in the history of modern man. But in
    • third thing that presents itself to people today and calls for
    • large, contains within itself, together with constructive
    • democracy, there insinuated itself more and more into men's
    • This statement itself may sound abstract, but in fact it is
    • reality, not quarried from life itself — an enormous
    • Only out of life itself can something be created. Let us
    • with life itself. For the intellect has the property of
    • something independent, so that it contains within itself its
    • itself the germ of what are later to become forces of decline.
    • each separate from the other. In itself, such a division
    • contradiction imposed by life itself.
    • reality itself with the aid of spiritual science, which is
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    • nerves a man was able to perceive what revealed itself to him as an
    • itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of eating and drinking.
    • say of the Anthroposophical Society, showed itself to be in such mutual
    • expression in the building itself.
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    • therefore give itself up ever more thoroughly to the impressions of
    • Anthroposophical Society, showed itself to be in such mutual
    • building itself.
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    • itself such ideas of a physical appearance, (sinnlichen
    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • that one cannot know. We cannot even know how this world itself
    • inner Being as man, as it offers itself to-day, — the
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • characterised what reveals itself in St. Augustine as
    • itself he still considers as the highest development of the
    • All that was to be regulated. Life itself was to be regulated
    • itself. I cannot even give you any idea now of its structure,
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    • is at times still playing itself out under the surface of our
    • with all that must prepare itself in the present for a salutary
    • evolution itself, to take hold of the immediate conduct of
    • shows itself in its uselessness.
    • few words how the life of today has shaped itself, how this
    • itself with anything but what was. But if we want to work into
    • that once took to itself as an impulse “they are equal before
    • compensated in different incarnations, for it directs itself
    • God more and more to equality in material existence itself.
    • the soul is turned back upon itself. Today it seeks the same
    • soul element itself. That is what the Theosophical world
    • will thereby again know how to place itself in the world, so
    • that it will again find the harmony between itself and the
    • planetary spirit that changes itself into other planets on
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    • itself demand as a thought expressing modern culture? The
    • Spirit of the Earth itself. Out of the Spirit of the Earth
    • to show how the Christian spirit identified itself with
    • loses itself in heavenly heights, as it did when it created
    • conception of the cosmos itself in all its spontaneous
    • for itself a real, appropriate form of art.
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • humanity is capable, when it sinks itself in the
    • that it overflows as though of itself into its own forms, as it
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • itself, and, because the outside world showed so little
    • reducing itself ad absurdum: let us try to
    • genuine will, if it is true to itself, will add understanding
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    • that solves the story is in the story itself. So the solution has
    • to be sought in the story itself, and in the course of my address
    • itself in Beauty. The Golden King sets the Crown on his head,
    • itself to human perfection, embracing all things. When man
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    • that as the plant grows according to laws of which it is itself
    • originated it, though it is itself unconscious of it.
    • thing itself compels you to say it is red, and that the impression
    • objective results in science. When science itself shows its
    • factor, and letting the matter speak for itself. This exclusion of
    • feeling, because it is itself not master of these three capacities.
    • not allow itself to be ruled by thought, feeling and will, but which,
    • attempt to raise itself above everything, but which continually and
    • soul, however, does not itself become capable of crossing into the
    • in the story itself, says Schiller, but he has also pointed out that
    • What is regarded in a wide circle as end in itself — everything
    • order. It ought to express itself like a habit. The unconscious itself
    • thing itself, where the essence of it, and what one cannot describe
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    • itself. But how far away were these sources of life from what
    • stiffening itself, and when he read the words on the first page,
    • that which stands very near to man's soul and expresses itself in
    • presents itself. He has not found the way to the secret depths of
    • outward form, but would have presented itself in such a way
    • Here we see a striving human soul which has raised itself to
    • passage in which the soul works itself up to the spheres of world
    • purity, and the riddle of the world discloses itself to the soul.
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    • human soul makes halt at or attaches itself to these firm outlines,
    • itself to sense-phenomena. Now just imagine for a moment all these
    • making a particular triangle round itself. The soul goes through
    • spiritual spheres, gradually surrounds itself with the soul which
    • covering round itself in accordance with the laws of the
    • physical world. If one knows the principle which attaches itself as
    • betakes itself into a new embodiment. But he has yet to learn how
    • gradually betakes itself into the physical-sense elements
    • can at first be only like a seed in the world. It must pour itself
    • enwrapped itself in a body of physical matter — and can now
    • when the soul has raised itself up into higher worlds; a child of
    • soul itself:
    • with him into it any trace of egoism, Care comes and reveals itself
    • itself to its own powers, it can have only a shape expressing its
    • that is its original home; when it feels itself possessed, not of
    • soul which lets itself be fertilized by the spiritual world, and
    • reach of spiritual vision, if the soul schools itself in that part
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    • in his own head the being of the Earth-planet itself. He said:
    • configuration of mountains on the Earth repeats itself in my
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    • does not feel itself to be connected with the inner processes
    • soul sets itself free from the organism and lives among the
    • itself, it is drawing me away from earthly existence. He did
    • Hierarchy impressed itself deep into the whole being of man.
    • his soul, enabling it to express itself through these letters.
    • Asia, spread itself out over some other region of Asia and made
    • way or other taken into itself the forces of death, because it
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    • more important organisation than itself, namely, the astral
    • left the Earth and sought a place for itself in the planetary
    • a way that the whole manner of their life was in itself strong
    • up into itself from all sides the Imaginations and influences
    • formed itself as plant in the Earth through Imagination, he
    • world, and began to prepare itself for an Earth life that must
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    • can have no independent existence for itself, but can only
    • illusion, and that the truth conceals itself behind the
    • ceased to press, the form restored itself.
    • certain far-off time the Earth itself worked in that way; only
    • and Itself was a God.’
    • hand Greece itself was already beginning to decline; and we
    • into the wood. For when they came in the wood itself they
    • light. It shows itself in this, my dear friends. Owing to
    • experience of a region of the Earth where Earth itself, the
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    • spiritual world itself was either seen or felt in the
    • the Cosmos, not the appearance of the Cosmos itself, but
    • repeating itself again and again as it were in feebler echoes.
    • itself, the power of Rome. Rome, and all the word implies, is a
    • asserting itself in the West, first as Rome, later under the
    • whilst at the same time it had already itself made the
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    • Earth is a world for itself, and the Heavens are far away, dim
    • Materialism itself has not been without its echoes of the
    • forth and shows itself as human understanding. The gymnast is
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    • down entirely, so that it may submit itself to the forces of
    • substance as would be able straight-away to submit itself to
    • substance must submit itself to the whole macrocosm. But the
    • providing germ substance which can expose itself to the cosmic
    • out the honey juice, absorbs it, assimilates it within itself,
    • building up from within itself in co-operation with the other
    • physical body of man has in itself no ground for telling
    • it slips down into the stomach, the astral body concerns itself
    • The egg itself is now made entirely of mineral within you. It
    • Thus, the ego-organisation concerns itself only with what is
    • substance, but the warmth itself makes you ill. Suppose you
    • itself what is mineral and completely changes it from within,
    • the cabbage into itself and transforms it into something new.
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    • peculiar force and earnestness when we see it shape itself out
    • that was itself built in harmony with the whole Goetheanum, it
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    • during the Meeting itself — be an impulse originating in
    • from that world itself. Everything for which the earthly world
    • into and control the natural world and Nature itself. In
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    • the lecture itself that I am to present to you is not to be
    • science, if not natural science itself, has been spread
    • itself, in the same way that a man acquires from the
    • value as reality, of the higher value, of sense-experience itself.
    • of the organism itself?
    • a higher sense, whether the soul finds forces within itself for
    • exhausts itself just in the mere presentation of pictures
    • knowledge by the soul itself, making them into something
    • itself. He can say, that to the solid, dense, physical world is
    • world-quiet can only equal zero, but that the soul itself is in
    • spiritual world is revealing itself. We compare this with an
    • itself, in conformity with its former earth-life, in this world
    • of the spirit, flows of itself into artistic creativeness. It
    • The lines in which the human soul expresses itself harmonize in
    • impulse, from the same source as Anthroposophy itself. For
    • itself, not in intellectual, symbolic forms; but living ideas
    • material. And as the human body itself, according to my
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    • do our Angels; and that which inserts itself as Personality
    • conservation of matter, but that which in Nature destroys itself,
    • ever have a hope that the Ideal has the power to realise itself,
    • to give compensation for what has been lost. But time itself
    • so stamped itself on man, that one was preferred before another,
    • truth itself has undergone a complete transformation.
    • of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself can only he
    • Nation itself as something special, is an anachronism, he must
    • advocate in Auguste Comte, limits itself merely to an external
    • evolution itself. The French nature must so develop that
    • Mother-bosom of humanity in space. Space itself is the great Medium
    • his trinity, is humanity itself in the abstract, spread out over
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    • grasped, and every conscious feeling that asserts itself, are
    • the earth itself as spiritual being wakes when towards autumn
    • the soul-life as permeating itself with this budding,
    • returning to the body, it experiences in itself the personal,
    • has deprived itself of the power to see the spiritual, the
    • itself up on the processes of destruction. We can attain an
    • soul, simply by interesting itself in the results of
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    • these organs distinguishes itself inwardly and significantly
    • projects itself out into the world, and it appears to you
    • itself. That point of view which is so eminent a
    • something humanity has itself prepared, and one can see how
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    • which manifested itself as bravery and valour. We saw that
    • towards the Christ-impulse itself.
    • manifest itself as the belief in super-sensible knowledge.
    • impulse signifies the evolution of the earth itself.
    • at first, finds nothing with which it can clothe itself.
    • grouped itself.
    • necessary and thereby makes itself master even over
    • itself as a result of human evolution. How far removed man
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    • itself directly to him. To be sure, he continued to stand on an
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    • of Goethe, and what manifests itself ethically, morally,
    • lazy truth and one that is itself asleep since it is nonsense.
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    • external world occurs as has been described, it makes itself
    • post-Atlantean period made itself felt in an ever increasing
    • itself. You can form a faint idea of what would happen if you
    • these effects. This stream manifests itself in such a
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    • of expressing itself according to the model of wisdom to be
    • human soul with what it takes into itself from impulses
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    • the consciousness itself is behaving quite differently. In view
    • astral body manifests itself in a special way by working back
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    • itself in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will raise profound
    • thrust itself upon us when we do not disdain acquainting
    • may unveil itself to you. By contrast, if you simply trace the
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    • a previous vocational life manifests itself in the physiognomy,
    • present age advance? Where does what has forced itself as a
    • had in a certain way elevated itself up above the immediate
    • and evil: Nothing is good or evil in itself, but man makes it
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    • present itself when the right honorable Aeneas, with his
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    • which the spirit of their own time presents itself to them.
    • is negative superstition. Humanity abandons itself completely
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    • made itself known through this ghost, as we may call it, of the
    • entire field of religious studies, which deems itself justified
    • beyond the human, whereby the human soul lifted itself into the
    • eighth sphere, whereas it really is the force itself, the
    • reality that projects into maya, but isn't maya itself.
    • you can also see from the book itself that up to its
    • itself in maya, the great deception. Only a clear understanding
    • considered as part of the lecture itself. What I have stated
    • itself. However, since I do not consider the matter
    • to relate itself with the spiritual world in this fashion.
    • not want to make judgments as I am sure the book itself will
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    • Mystery, with the Mystery of Golgotha itself. For those who
    • Take a phenomenon that forces itself on the attention of any
    • different incarnations, so the earth finds itself as Jupiter,
    • merely a picture, an image, having no meaning in itself, in
    • years of age, your head becomes so that out of itself nothing
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    • formation whereas the head itself is an old physical
    • soul-spiritual actually disconnects itself in sleep; it
    • carry as our head, shows itself to be connected with our
    • with the thorax and the middleman. It is in itself of a dream
    • parts. One part dreams itself back into the whole time
    • consciousness, however, lies another that stretches itself
    • Everything you look at there presents itself to you from
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    • (diagram 7). But this soul-life in itself is also
    • behind, checking itself, not so well able to enter, held up
    • itself through, there would be what is taken from the region
    • itself becomes hollowed out and the life of the spirit coming
    • itself Maya. The higher self has only one meaning when we
    • clothed itself with a body that here in this figure I
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    • occurrences has played itself out, another set of occurrences
    • will of itself inevitably evolve a crisis, and that this will
    • however, one must observe life itself. And one will then
    • and therefore it does not let itself be mystified by theoretical
    • itself, when it is a question of men, and not of
    • itself leads on into unnecessary production. If one starts
    • The three systems work in co-operation; yet each, for itself,
    • are in the first place independent, each for itself; and,
    • itself. The unity which grows up as the final form of
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    • idea itself in the course of the discussion, and only about
    • effort; that it has spread itself like a cloak over the
    • found, that is, something which combines in itself real,
    • that proceeds from this new spiritual life itself. And though in
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    • the soul. The human soul incessantly tells itself that within
    • scientifically. It also tells itself that there must be
    • the soul itself admits it. This can only be done if we succeed
    • the soul, the origin of which the soul itself has experienced
    • stronger than the ordinary ego, and can now maintain itself.
    • When the ego maintains itself, it also maintains the world of
    • pictures for itself, but by means of this inner strength it no
    • objective spiritual world makes itself known in spiritual
    • now enter into what made itself known in inspiration, we enter
    • itself we learn that the human being descends from out of a
    • see how it reveals itself to us on the path from imagination to
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    • the imagination which felt itself stimulated to think in
    • writing of history itself should enlighten us as to the real
    • reveal itself to our ordinary consciousness, it is imperative
    • rational soul, where cleverness itself is still instinctive.
    • life. Then was shown how the soul can free itself from the
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    • audience tried to put itself into the position of thinking the
    • it were, outside itself and become this new power in the soul.
    • our thinking cannot free itself from its connection with
    • actual activity of thinking itself. But how can we do this?
    • activity itself that works in his thinking. He observes that
    • the first instance freed itself from the memory, the actual
    • activity of thinking, has now freed itself from dependence upon
    • By means of it the soul now manages to experience itself in the
    • physical body, is experienced by the soul within itself
    • that a thought could experience itself, in which case it would
    • advanced; only in life itself can we learn to distinguish the
    • immersed itself for a time in the greatness of the scientific
    • statue to living logic, to inner life, when the soul itself
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    • evening, although having itself a thoroughly scientific origin.
    • unsatisfactory if it attempts by itself to penetrate to
    • by itself attempts to go from the sense-given data to the
    • supersensory. Such thinking, relying upon itself alone,
    • Anthroposophy itself adopts in order to reach the spiritual,
    • through life itself, powers which at first only slept in us
    • two, between the thinking which has trained itself through the
    • directed, and which has its effects through itself alone. Or
    • thought itself, without being dependent upon the impressions of
    • thought itself.
    • completely.) Now thinking has detached itself from the nervous
    • soul now really experiences itself for the first time, and at a
    • pictorial form and is itself knowledge. And so one experiences
    • reveals itself during this earthly life as something constantly
    • arises in the soul through Inspiration what the soul itself was
    • the soul united itself through conception with the physical,
    • is within the body. Time itself is part of the experience, as
    • with the memory of earthly events. The impression itself
    • holds of the bones, how will makes itself effective within our
    • accustomed to abandon itself passively to the external facts,
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    • differentiated from that of a frog as a hen itself is different
    • — this consciousness points to something beyond itself.
    • We then experience that the will liberates itself from being
    • spiritual nature out of the spiritual world and united itself
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    • must speak for itself. An explanation of any kind is not in
    • itself “artistic” and would consequently be out
    • Eurhythmy while the recitation itself was going on. Now we
    • can also be displayed to advantage by itself.
    • itself. The natural joy of a child learning to speak may be
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    • inwardly dependent on humanity itself; and we can only gain a
    • not rooted in earthly existence itself; for before the
    • primeval knowledge specialised itself in such a way that it
    • very decadent ways, would confine itself more and more to
    • would make itself specially felt in the uniting of something
    • earth the ancient wisdom, has specialised itself according to
    • seeks to make itself felt. While in the West the French
    • march of this Aestheticising making itself felt, especially
    • has happened since then, including Christianity itself, (even
    • behind, expresses itself quite strongly within the world. One
    • life itself demands from human beings to-day many untrue
    • just want to make you see clearly that it is life itself, and
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    • time, and that cosmic body itself. From the most diverse
    • vision the Earth appears as it presents itself to the
    • starry world, then reveals itself in its nature, in its
    • which reveals itself both above and below is connected with
    • itself as any very strong inclination inhumanity, but simply
    • they would cling to the Earth, and the Earth itself would
    • to-day that the fate of the Earth itself depends on the will
    • itself will simply be what man himself makes of it.
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    • of a matter that they have taker-in the matter itself. But
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    • also absorbed the thing itself, whereas, as a matter of fact,
    • possibility of concerning itself with the spiritual.
    • external reality itself (unhindered as he must be by any
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    • has shut itself off within definite boundaries. As a result
    • is itself moving forward. The forward movement which he
    • rest so long as he remained in the train itself.
    • matter of fact, he moves together with it, since it is itself
    • itself only an the first two, and takes no account of the
    • education, but because it flows of itself out of
    • that childhood itself changes. This is connected with our
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    • inevitable consequence is that this destiny itself becomes
    • lets it flow back again. The circulating blood itself is the
    • itself in the heart. To say in accordance with modern science
    • the human being with the universe will again make itself
    • declared again and again that Being in itself eludes the
    • sense-perception of the ear and reveals itself in different
    • tones, just as the light reveals itself in different colours.
    • crystal gives itself its form. Within the crystal there is
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    • a state of barbarism in man's life of feeling Art itself,
    • in the form of art itself this feeling arises when, in the
    • lifeless allegories but as if it would itself take on life in
    • then resolves itself into another process; whereas the man
    • urge to discharge itself into consciousness as
    • than we recognise, to transform itself in the sense of this
    • itself., When anyone succeeds in putting movement into his
    • moving in fact within itself, then without having recourse to
    • appearance in the physical must take to itself physical
    • have then to seek the life of the surface itself, the soul of
    • the soul of the form itself. We see how this is to be found
    • gesture that is always inciting imitation of itself, and then
    • superphysical experience is pressing to discharge itself, is
    • itself, it is united with external things. This is why
    • how each part of nature is striving beyond itself to become a
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    • distinct in itself. Architecture differs from music,
    • that expresses itself in forms of the world of space. The
    • seer realises: In everything that expresses itself in
    • willing — but it is a willing that expresses itself in
    • does poetry associate itself with music in the consciousness
    • from poetry itself into the sphere of the seer's experience.
    • puts only a few words — this character shapes itself out
    • express itself directly in words. Thus it is difficult for
    • impregnates, saturates itself, within its own bodily natures
    • artistic process itself is a conscious one but the impulses
    • was different from the experience which expressed itself in
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    • itself is not the essential. The substance is Maya in the real sense.
    • itself? It is true that during the 18th century a loose kind of thinking
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    • which manifested itself as bravery and valour. We saw that
    • towards the Christ-impulse itself.
    • manifest itself as the belief in super-sensible knowledge.
    • impulse signifies the evolution of the earth itself.
    • at first, finds nothing with which it can clothe itself.
    • grouped itself.
    • necessary and thereby makes itself master even over
    • itself as a result of human evolution. How far removed man
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    • a far stronger force than the one which only ascribes to itself
    • itself, it has molded this plastic structure. And it exists
    • founded. But since humanity itself advances more and more in
    • forces, the human soul would unite itself with the human body
    • itself with all the molecules of the body which unite
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    • who has not acquired — through the School itself or in
    • itself and one called an Avatar: namely, that an Avatar-being
    • explained out of itself, if we consider physical facts alone.
    • verified by the development of Christianity itself. But
    • itself has come more and more into
    • the mysteries and secrets of Christianity itself.
    • prepared itself for what it is to become. In the early
    • Being into itself, and can gradually rise to ever higher stages
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    • on the expectation of the knowledge itself. One must ask
    • itself presents as full reality. So long as we dream we see
    • through becoming older, through life itself. I was then in my
    • itself, but something that has worked itself into this
    • really correct that the I now recognizes itself in its
    • itself in silence our soul comes to silence. — But you
    • physical-sensory world. Then this love itself gradually becomes
    • of the action occurs again. And what the soul by itself can
    • power of memory imprints itself only with difficulty upon the
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    • thinking to the matter, and see if life itself bears out what
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    • senses, far from being complete in itself, is a manifestation
    • life reveals itself in the physiognomy, and draws attention
    • directly into itself substances from the outer world, and
    • reveal itself.
    • being contains within itself the germ of the three further
    • only capable of sensing itself. It is only aware of its own
    • exist by itself separated from the rest of the cosmos. If we
    • becomes a microcosm that dimly senses within itself the whole
    • mirrors itself in the sympathetic nervous system. There is in
    • image itself now entered into relationship with the
    • outside itself; through the higher nervous system, what takes
    • place within itself. In individuals at the present stage of
    • individualizing comes about that which expresses itself as
    • (manifesting itself in the lower or sympathetic nervous
    • lower astrality (manifesting itself in the brain and spinal
    • itself pictures of the outer world.
    • itself in the system of heart and blood vessels, just as the
    • is reached, a being cannot say “I” to itself.
    • attained. An “I” can express itself only in a
    • direction manifests itself in the blood, which directs its
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    • and comprehensible by itself.
    • itself, and the sorrow it caused. However, not muck later
    • suffering, and even death itself, are conquered.
    • soul that always asserts itself in the face of suffering.
    • inorganic organizing itself within the living creatures.
    • being will develop out of itself what is termed: Spirit Self
    • where life already exists. It reveals itself as higher than
    • of life can renew itself from within. It must first have
    • is strong enough constantly to endure death within itself can
    • itself and overcome it. As a perceptive person once remarked:
    • in fact continuously creates itself out of death. If the
    • instinctively closing itself against what might harm it. It
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    • suffering, illness and death, but does not concern itself
    • a kingdom by itself. Let us now consider this issue in the
    • must not be thought that the same repeats itself; nothing
    • it in the service of the world: The rose should adorn itself
    • itself. Lucifer brought light into human beings by kindling
    • itself as evil to a new planet. Evil is a necessary part of
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    • the I am” the soul ascribes to itself.
    • the change of teeth an etheric covering loosens itself from
    • to itself was attached to it, from which spiritual currents
    • throwing itself body and soul into what the imagination
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    • that of life itself.
    • itself. As long as it lasts, a person exists at the expense
    • consuming it. The nature of the flame is to free itself and
    • and its truths will be confirmed by life itself.
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    • itself.
    • presence that makes itself felt even before the teacher has
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    • itself in human nature? To answer this question we must turn
    • itself; the rest accompanies the soul into the future. This
    • of the physical body, must establish harmony between itself
    • that the spiritual, by transforming itself, adapts to the
    • then the astral body suffers disturbance. It projects itself
    • becomes conscious of itself, and feelings of hopes, wishes
    • it is not conscious of itself it receives these pictures in
    • disturbed, becomes conscious of itself, it leads to idiocy. A
    • delirium itself. Glaucoma is often a forerunner of
    • left to itself, and the discord with the physical body
    • itself is always healthy; it cannot be ill, but when it can
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    • healthy spirit that united itself with mankind's soul to
    • pictures, and images within itself, the spiritual world
    • the Power of imagination, impressed itself deeply into the
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    • more this self can forget itself and become aware of the
    • longing for the physical body. Gradually it frees itself of
    • the ether bodies. The affinity expresses itself physically in
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    • continues beyond itself. Charles Robert Darwin,
    • lower nature has been purified and chastely offers itself to
    • plant, will have developed within itself the innocence and
    • human body itself is the retort, transformed in the way
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    • what the external world is unable to say about itself is
    • itself in its own creation. This descent and resurrection of
    • itself. Only in this way could man become a free being, but
    • present linked itself with the future, for he visualized as a
    • repeating itself for someone who is completely immersed in
    • differ, because matter repeats itself, whereas spirit
    • express what poetry by itself cannot express. Human nature
    • individuality, and with it egoism, assert itself. However,
    • This picture, linked itself within him to the life awakening
    • perfecting its nature humanity itself strives towards
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    • itself. It is also pretentious, for it proclaims an
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    • isolation, grasping the higher I, could find itself again in the
    • itself; he clarified that it was outside the program.
    • said about the intentions behind the thing itself. Therefore a
    • by the endowment itself. This recognition is none other than what is
    • around which the thing itself will develop.
    • because of its peculiarity reveals itself as something which flows
    • from the spiritual world. Furthermore it will present itself as
    • of the announcement itself. Therewith no use is made of that
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • ideal spiritual movement with any other, which also calls itself
    • itself off from the outer world, but opened to the world, was also
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    • knowledge that makes man free, transforming itself in man into the power of
    • complicated forms, It drew labor into itself when the structure of rights
    • West a stand in thinking which manifests itself in social turmoil, the East
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    • go, the more does it make itself felt. For an ancient Oriental
    • condensed itself into a belief in ghosts), and on the other hand
    • spiritual science must set itself. It must bring man forward in
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    • physical organism of man and has in itself parts that are solid. You
    • worlds into earthly existence. The head forms itself truly as an image
    • There it reinforces itself somewhat during the state of sleep. (See
    • which brings about the dissolving factor. What expresses itself in the
    • the living water — in such a way that his own inner life presents itself
    • than what comes from the outside towards the inner. This shows itself
    • itself only through the fact that we can call ourselves completely grown
    • from the head completes itself really only at this time. The head is
    • cramps, because here the right rhythm must assert itself first in the
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    • the earthly state, what other wise by itself would form only as something
    • there. But the stomach itself would have to be a dissolving organ movable
    • in itself, the same with the heart, the lung. All that could not be
    • that which unites itself with us is claimed by the etheric and astral
    • of the heart and of the heart itself.
    • a spirit which, instead of going into the head, twists itself into the
    • itself only to the egotistic instincts of man for life after death.
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    • how it expresses itself in the temperaments; that one began to look
    • organism is not of this earth, and that it can sustain itself on this
    • at least to expand itself. That is how one must learn to look at things;
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    • also examine all the implications for human knowledge itself,
    • namely in the form of the clock itself. We see that the
    • and Lucifer are active. Thus in the clock itself we see a
    • bad versifier and that the Prologue itself is a true sample of
    • Goethe's genius has freed itself from all fetters, the
    • human being itself. Everything is soul activity, thoughts that
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    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • itself. It must hold up a mirror, for the moment the eye holds
    • up a mirror to see itself, it cannot see the object. The moment
    • and has not become an eye that can completely eliminate itself
    • itself at first of course merely in incomprehension. From
    • entirely to itself. Whenever the etheric body is enmeshed
    • as it were. The etheric body itself makes the resolve, which
    • permeates it with necessity; it creates the necessity itself,
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    • when modern science remains true to itself and, as it were,
    • what presents itself. The modern physicist or physiologist
    • sphere, but psychology itself is confined to the empirical
    • in Central Europe in particular this I is uniting itself
    • language itself, in that through the inner necessity of
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    • noticed. Should it be noticed, that in itself would awaken an
    • in itself? For most people it remains quite a. shadowy
    • abstractions—in that pamphlet itself I strove as far as
    • indeed, what is beginning to free itself from the physical
    • itself has become younger and younger — how we are now
    • itself, but to lead over to the concrete, to discover the
    • the spiritual life based on itself will be able to call up
    • within this trinity must impress itself more and more on
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    • life in the language itself in which we are involved. In
    • down, the indication of something placing itself on the
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    • the soul, so that this soul is a match for much that always makes itself
    • soul of man is itself a drop in the ocean of this divine. Such and similar
    • when the soul sees itself bereft of its former enjoyments and palpable
    • the soul of itself does nothing further. Thereby God becomes the principal
    • drop in the ocean of the divine, therefore having itself a divine nature,
    • senses. To pass through it, the soul has to get free from itself and
    • night of the senses. To go through it the soul must become free of itself
    • the soul felt itself summoned to vision, that is, to mystical vision,
    • it should give itself up passively to the will of God.
    • of joy in the depths of the sea en feeling itself alone in its contemplation
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    • itself into seven great successive epochs, of which the fourth was the
    • science in its own domain has a perfect right not to trouble itself
    • the raging which indeed presents itself today as the next stage for
    • world, something that should more and more widen itself out, so that
    • us to overcome. For life is such that it expresses itself in a twofold
    • way. And because it expresses itself in a twofold way one can always
    • of Spiritual Science itself is concerned. This, too, must be placed
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    • with—not with the fact itself but with the qualities of feeling
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    • expressed in a more or less masked way, the reality clothing itself
    • the matter, shows itself as the polar ic opposite of the pagan religion.
    • contemplation of what presents itself to the human gaze, to everything
    • in the human soul itself? Whither is the ancient Hebrew conception driven
    • Jesus. Then the impulse spread itself out over the southern lands; everywhere
    • being of the spirit itself. Whoever really knows in Plato on whet heights
    • This outlook itself springs
    • of soul that makes itself felt within us, with all the ennobling of
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    • may be said to have held sway, all that prepared a way for itself and
    • Europe itself that will be called upon to understand this threefold
    • unsound, how much in it is like the figure of Mephistopheles itself.
    • itself. (see R LV.)
    • of an intellectuality open to influence, but out of what is human itself.
    • itself felt in this side by side arrangement.
    • the knot of this fairy tale untied itself for me. And I have never since
    • of Golgotha the intellect must first be re-forced; it must move itself,
    • jerk itself. No jerk is needed for understanding external nature. It
    • free itself in the souls of those following after Goethe, something
    • force bound up with the Mystery of Golgotha once united itself in a
    • have already pointed to the fact that the Christ spirit united itself
    • has up till now called itself Goetheanism. We should have to learn to
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    • soul will express itself in the direct contrary situation, how
    • itself out into that which is perceived, creeping in, so that
    • the astral body withdraws, it begins to adapt itself to the
    • the Plant-Ego directs itself towards a single place on earth,
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    • “Faust,” within the work itself, prompting a
    • itself. One goes along with the idea of being convinced,
    • itself.
    • itself for the first time in “Faust,” encounters an
    • depths of the soul itself.
    • expresses itself clearly within Faust's soul, cannot grasp what
    • Maya) ever accompanying us in life, insofar as it forces itself
    • reality itself in order for the idea to unfold itself in our
    • of world knowledge, must now unite itself with self knowledge.
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    • Mankind has not accomplished much by getting to know itself
    • itself what can be called impersonal self-knowledge.
    • its consequences: life will reveal itself in quite a
    • steel bow when grasped. Experience itself must create each
    • itself out of the original free impulses. Here you discover the
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    • it will itself possess the inner force with which to create its own
    • and the building itself, which might be either of the Renaissance period,
    • had to proceed from the impulses of this world-conception itself. If
    • of artistic representation, but never identifies itself with them. Indeed,
    • humanity. This disadvantage itself is the sign of decadence of recent
    • from itself thoughts, but of creating forms and permeating the whole
    • feeling that something will reveal itself here, something new in the
    • enclosed but which intends to make itself known.
    • been made, just as it is in nature itself, to cause one motive to proceed
    • and from cosmic activity itself.
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    • in itself which has to be introduced into the present evolution of humanity;
    • included in the Building itself is in organic union with its spiritual
    • pillar develops itself out of the first — that is to say when
    • by itself. In the next picture (5) we show the second and third pillars
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • a capital nor an architrave motif can be understood by itself. They
    • element. Now we shall see the third pillar by itself. (5A)
    • pillar by itself. As I have said before this pillar and this motif must
    • 5th capital by itself. Perhaps the form of this capital suggests to
    • it as though it stood by itself - you roust look at it as though it
    • comes the simple, in so far as this simple form builds itself up on
    • people a certain mystical fog has spread itself around this Building
    • is something which wants to reveal itself to the world,” in the
    • out of the universe. Just as the world itself in its living interweaving
    • with the pictures. This is then the pillar by itself in which you can
    • been born out of itself. The convexity of the first Pillar fit into
    • are found on the capitals and architraves, contains in itself the whole
    • as a thing by itself but that the light of the sun is imagined as unity
    • of the whole universe The Building itself may be likened to a bit of
    • itself exactly to the kernel of the nut. The shell cannot be different
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    • thinking, especially in the art of painting must make itself felt. This
    • a world of beings spring up, that the colour itself through its own
    • the spirit, out of itself creating form. The psychic finds its manifestation,
    • itself in its own configuration if one has the right-vision for what
    • itself in the original conception of it. And out of the contemplation
    • detached itself from Reality. That which lay at the bottom of the real
    • itself, appears from below and approaching man above is the real Being
    • with a blue border, to see a head in profile. This follows of itself
    • and from the colour itself that will be drawn out which already lies
    • with the life of colour itself.
    • itself, by that which you see here on the right as Luciferic, and here
    • that into which our Period of civilisation will resolve itself. This
    • come forth from that which is on the wall itself.
    • Science ,as long as it did not bother itself with outride things, as
    • Science who say: Spiritual Science was very acceptable to us by itself;
    • it preserve itself, by creating out of itself actual practical results.
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    • Within the heart itself that knows.”
    • self-knowledge; seeking the spirit within itself.
    • Let not thine eager pen itself o'er hurry!”
    • cleanses itself by the blood of the Wolf; for the
    • it in the literature that often calls itself
    • science itself it is found that there are 2,000,000 tons of
    • electricity itself being stimulated, but of contact
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    • Walpurgis-night itself. We may therefore slows that Goethe
    • Moon, that unites itself with the former Moon-element, when
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    • itself. Both mystical striving and the deeper striving after
    • itself with all that was a lie that created the past epoch
    • this reason he makes his Mephistopheles expressed itself
    • Mocking itself, not knowing what befalls it.”
    • body. It lies there and watches itself digesting and this
    • that is unreal in itself but of what is connected in the
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    • arrange itself, for he wants neither of the alternatives. He
    • This divides itself up for us so
    • running water that spreads itself out and sets itself in
    • electricity spreading itself out down in the earth, then you
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    • eve cannot see itself but only other things, so too
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    • rouse and bring forth within itself in order partly to
    • itself, entering in as it did in the first third of the
    • Electricity itself, Evil comes over the Earth.
    • itself, will be seized upon by Evil. Moreover, it will all be
    • described. No age was ever so little enlightened about itself
    • enlightenment about itself. Think only how proud it was of
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    • organisation, that organisation that is itself derived from
    • modern sense is itself pedantic, philistine, and
    • itself separated into the two poles — water and air. If
    • feels itself as an anachronism in the present world. The ants
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    • Sleep-life projects itself into waking life. We could be far
    • of a knowledge, a science, that devotes itself to what is
    • itself, it is Diana. The forces working cosmically through
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    • physics of tomorrow will find itself obliged to accept. In
    • demanded for itself by the etheric body. This is exactly what
    • that we can do nothing with either by itself. If you wish to
    • subconscious fear dresses itself up, and in all kinds of
    • consciousness. It clothes itself, for instance, in logical
    • reasons. Fear transforms itself into logical reasons, with
    • this division between the peoples, in Christianity itself
    • that has happened Christianity has shown itself a traitor to
    • realize also that it is Spiritual Science itself that
    • appeared as though of itself — but I just want to touch on
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    • the very same force makes itself felt when you wake in the
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    • forms, then my soul frees itself from the body, and I see
    • generative force of nature in so far as it shows itself
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    • be able to reach the goal thinking itself has indicated.
    • this twofold being cannot reach itself, the other loses
    • itself.
    • to form the head out of itself, the result would be a real
    • were it left to the human body alone, out of itself, to
    • scent we are today presenting, finds itself in a world the
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    • successes to the fact that it has limited itself to the
    • contracting, constituting itself out of natural substances and
    • of science itself.
    • itself onto our life of concepts, of feeling. We experience as
    • years ago. But what there asserts itself rises up next to other
    • what actually expresses itself of the inner being of man in
    • natural existence as it is would have to present itself to me.
    • our body, but that does not assert itself. We are initially not
    • sleeping state. That conceals itself and masks itself at first;
    • it surrounds itself with pictures of its own bodily nature and
    • shows itself in relationship to its own life in arbitrary
    • that we are something outside our body, then it proves itself
    • to be too weak by itself to show, to reveal its own being. To
    • reveal itself it uses bits and pieces of reminiscences of life,
    • privation spreads itself over the whole soul life. All that one
    • pain, when we feel our inner being itself as one filled with
    • empty, then this consciousness fills itself, and it now fills
    • itself not with sense content which we receive through eyes,
    • ears and so on, but it now fills itself with spiritual content.
    • places itself into this darkness.
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    • highest Being. - In the “I am” itself every person
    • as the freedom of mercy in Christianity, shows itself in this
    • of Moses, which was revealing itself in a new way. In the
    • understand them, we see how the Divine reveals itself in an
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    • Christ-Soul felt itself uniting with the body of the earth.
    • the earth by saying: the earth prepared itself for this, to
    • was preparing for the uniting of itself and the Christ-Spirit,
    • of nature, and the earth itself become an expression of the
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    • — one that concerns itself with the most profound
    • animals as their garment, now resolved itself, so far as the
    • sees how form builds itself up, as it were, from the simplest living
    • is enabled to assert itself. Sense-consciousness is in abeyance
    • whatever to-day, for the telephone itself in any case is an
    • a whirl of atoms, those to whom the highest resolves itself
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    • time. It was trying to spread itself ever more and more,
    • development of the Consciousness Soul itself.
    • breath — that is the earthly life itself. The
    • itself in the ‘I think.’ The idea of immortality would have
    • might well be gathered up again by the Moon itself at the end
    • reality. The realities are there indeed. Thinking itself is not
    • and not the truth itself.
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    • two poles. There is the head-life and the life that expresses itself
    • limb-structures. The Sun itself stands in the middle and is mainly
    • principle of life itself in us — that is through the forces of
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    • process of death, inserts itself.
    • true and inward love for race and language expresses itself naturally,
    • freedom shows itself in the following way. Instead of forming free
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    • spirit-and-soul before birth expresses itself in this bodily life.
    • concerning all that is revealing itself from the spiritual world in
    • world of Europe, expressing itself in many different forms. When we
    • it was the Divine-Spiritual itself which had descended and was
    • will go to its decline if it does not allow itself to be influenced by
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    • itself.
    • which had formed itself within him. But Fichte was not a teacher like any
    • itself. That cannot be a something complete in its existence, for a
    • be a creating reality. This is the Ego itself,
    • that Ego which recreates itself every moment,
    • which ever recreates itself, by a sublime process above and beyond
    • your minds altogether from any thought of the wall itself. Fix your
    • itself. Therefore even to-day we ought in studying Fichte to
    • itself moving in the sphere of the spirit, immersed in the
    • personal honour, but that of the spiritual life itself. And so he
    • on the loftiest philosophical standpoint, had shaped itself in the
    • then Fichte's was a nature which stood by itself. He may be called
    • level it had then reached, to the German nation itself.
    • expression of German nationality itself, not that which is present
    • as a leader of his people, if this people only know itself aright!
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    • further descriptions. The one is taken from the book itself, the
    • were forced upon it because this soul feels itself related to a
    • itself. He felt as a soul would feel if its body, which is its
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    • shaken and then the tribe itself will wither away and be destroyed,
    • stage shows itself at once as a necessary consequence of the deeply
    • itself in an expanded ego. It grows into a wider consciousness. The
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    • carries in itself. It must be admitted that such an attitude can
    • realize that our everyday consciousness itself seems like a dream
    • we had not received something from the sense-world itself that formed
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    • see the effects of light but light itself speeds invisibly through
    • of light from the glittering particles of dust, the light itself
    • begin to see the light itself. There he is surrounded by flowing
    • we shall perceive the flowing of life itself. Thus we may
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    • itself that Being. What it represents, however, is not the Being
    • how the soul can retire into itself, realizing inaction in the
    • yea, like to the Sun itself. And what streams forth from Thy mouth is
    • unto me. I see within Thine awful form, like unto fire itself. I see
    • let us assume every soul would have developed in itself a higher
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    • upon the world it shows itself, roughly expressed, as an ascending
    • outwardly, can see itself, just so little can man gain knowledge of
    • the eye to see itself because it is there to see out, and it is
    • human power of acquiring knowledge itself cannot be known by man's
    • things being equal, it can believe in itself. With the faculty of
    • sometimes said that nothing itself cannot exist. Yet, what exists in
    • only show itself to them when in their sleep they attained
    • Lemurian age. This is the same that revealed itself as Krishna.
    • tried to convey it today. The truth itself was there first, as I
    • own accord, adding itself to the main body of this piece of knowledge
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    • ranking as an end in itself, the experiences into which one enters are
    • difference to the thing itself. If, for instance, someone were at this
    • comes to the significant experience, one that forces itself upon him:
    • formed itself into a watch, so that the watch was there through the
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    • spider spins its web out of itself — he pours out into space the
    • aggregates itself in such a way that this crystal form appears. We
    • That shows itself at once, for example, when a man is confronted with
    • feel differently towards the plant world which spreads itself like a
    • regulate itself entirely in accordance with the course of the stars.
    • observing itself in relation to them, and then saying: Yes, this
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    • work performed by these beings presented itself under a different
    • existence” already alluded to, it feels itself united with a
    • itself as if it were within these qualities and not outside this
    • process of the being's birth, and the being itself who is born, are
    • the splendour of the Light and Warmth; that which deeply veils itself
    • united itself with the silent Isis. But the Goddess remained dumb! In
    • no Cosmic Word expounded that which now showed itself only as Cosmic
    • sorrow-laden soul. And this soul, because it cannot understand itself,
    • seems to itself as though extinguished, as if it must lose its very
    • active there. And ever more and more did this feeling condense itself
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    • Isis. The soul which in later Egyptian times had raised itself into
    • their breast, and as if one wanted to tear itself away from the other.
    • as it had to become in the fifth. It withdrew itself more from the
    • a direct evolution of the soul itself, so that it develops strong
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
    • formed itself. It has acquired its form through human beings having
    • materialistic science, is filling itself with thought-pictures which
    • itself out into the Intellectual Soul in order to be master there.
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    • ‘I’ of man exists in and by itself alone — “I am
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    • moment the etheric body frees itself, the dying have before them a
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    • itself. We should try in vain to describe a man's character, but let
    • explanation respecting light itself. Colours and light, it is true,
    • which manifests itself by their means in an especial manner to the
    • “The completeness of Nature displays itself to another sense in a
    • the essence of the experience itself is retained. The passage through
    • During life itself a kind of spiritual death may occur, caused by a
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    • been founded by seers. The astral world expresses itself through them
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    • Sleep itself — not the dream — here becomes a conscious state. We do not only behold images but we enter into the living essence of beings and hear their inner tones. In the physical world we give names to things but the names are merely outer appellations. Only man can express his own being from within by saying ‘I’ — the ineffable name of conscious individuality. By this word we distinguish our own personality from the rest of the universe. But when we become conscious of the world of sound, each being, each thing communicates its own true name; in clairaudience we hear the sound which expresses its innermost being and rings forth as a tone in the universe that is distinct from all others.
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    • into itself — I have often described it here. To reach
    • be wiped out. The soul must be concerned only with itself and
    • itself in the features, in the gestures of the hands and in
    • the physical body, which it has built for itself to dwell in
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    • physical eyes, but to see this realm directly itself. He
    • maturity in order to enter the spiritual world itself, so
    • initiation scene of the crucifixion itself. In the John
    • can only control physical forces, and not life itself.
    • itself in it, in order to understand it. Then we should see
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    • must give itself its own name; no other soul can utter it. Hence the
    • of itself, the God begins to speak within that individual soul.
    • This again presents itself
    • between good and evil also shows itself in a refinement of the aura.
    • the physical body itself, a man must learn to control the breath and
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    • itself from the brain and a man's whole life flashes before his soul.
    • from these physical wishes and desires, so that the soul may free itself
    • from the Earth, may purify and cleanse itself. When that is achieved,
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    • immediate impression. But although the picture itself vanishes, something
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    • and during this period the soul is making itself ready for its journey
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    • This type of character shows itself even in childhood, and a child with
    • body; it only reveals itself there.
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    • too, was born at a certain time. This is indeed so: thinking itself
    • habit and inclination. A motive such as conscience binds itself to the
    • achievements of the physical body itself? Its deeds become its future
    • and the Earth itself, were quite different. There was a time when none
    • down grade, but if it does not itself commit evil, it need not incarnate
    • worked itself out. With all this something of extraordinary interest
    • at one time had its house within itself, so man had all other beings
    • thing-in-itself as something unknowable by man. But in fact there are
    • have already united itself with the physical body, and the two lower
    • gradually to find a place for itself, there must be warm blood in the
    • victim. This experience imprints itself like a seal on his astral body.
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    • worked itself up from the substance and being of a planet to the rank
    • planet which transforms itself, and its beings are transformed with
    • of the Sun detached itself, so that in the third Round there were two
    • form itself. At this point an important event occurred: an encounter
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    • When one form was complete, the tentacle withdrew, stretched itself
    • and each one, as it came into being, expressed itself through a specific
    • detaches itself and is immediately replaced by another part from behind.
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    • revealed itself to him. Yoga was the name of the training he had to
    • reality, so that it may itself become an image of the eternal Spirit.
    • world, the fourth impressed the spirit itself on the world. Art, the
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    • with all its attributes, may be left to itself, and this can lead to
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    • thoughts, the more will the super-sensible world reveal itself to you.
    • the great Guru Himself and can itself be a source of instruction. This
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    • This healing method calls itself Christian, but in fact it is
    • we find only the lower self, the fourth principle, which imagines itself
    • and inner balance. The training itself consists of the following:
    • difficult today. But theosophical teaching is itself a promoter of peace.
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    • for the combination, from the intended content of the course itself.
    • will be the concern of pastoral medicine itself. When the theologians
    • person's life forces, in life itself. Third, the process that takes
    • patient's being — just as the illness itself had worked into
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    • itself — that has its uses — but rather to their way of
    • insight that every pathological characteristic also expresses itself
    • will be using them to obtain a view of human life itself.
    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that the ego organization and
    • where only the ego organization has loosened itself from
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    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that they are united without
    • leaves the physical body and unites itself firmly with the astral
    • fact take its course properly. What takes place in initiation itself
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    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • place. This is the body that the human being has built for itself
    • itself becomes free in the etheric body. Quantitatively it is
    • of fat to be the soup itself, that's the same as when that gold ball
    • lasts. The knife can't renew itself. Teeth can't renew themselves
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    • view the ego, by drawing the astral body to itself, is not allowing
    • life that discloses itself in the kind of speech I described, and in
    • revealed the spiritual world, is in this case pouring itself inward,
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • which expresses itself through the anxiety demons, is the vehicle for
    • rabies idea. Something like a cure takes place through life itself,
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • in the structure of the drama itself.
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    • forming of carbon dioxide. The inhalation process shows itself in
    • and bringing light, chemism, and life. It connects itself with the
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • for itself from below, from outside. It is the process by which the
    • life ether is taken up. It must provide the life ether for itself
    • pushes itself in on mysterious waves. And as we form venous blood we
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    • universe itself.
    • the earth and at the same time rounding itself. The root rounding
    • itself into the earth — that is the picture of the root that
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    • is medicine itself that has the frightful disease of materialism.
    • the human being itself.
    • together is all right, of course, but it will come of itself if
    • scattered about. One thing no longer reveals itself as a healing
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • itself. But only the human being, not the animal; in just these finer
    • revealed in this human life itself.
    • other sciences. Modern astronomy itself lives only in names; it is
    • itself follow from inspiration and we come to Sophia. But this is a
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    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
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    • for the combination, from the intended content of the course itself.
    • will be the concern of pastoral medicine itself. When the theologians
    • person's life forces, in life itself. Third, the process that takes
    • patient's being — just as the illness itself had worked into
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    • itself — that has its uses — but rather to their way of
    • insight that every pathological characteristic also expresses itself
    • will be using them to obtain a view of human life itself.
    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that the ego organization and
    • condition where only the ego organization has loosened itself from
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    • drawing the astral body to itself, so that they are united without
    • leaves the physical body and unites itself firmly with the astral
    • fact take its course properly. What takes place in initiation itself
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    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • place. This is the body that the human being has built for itself
    • itself becomes free in the etheric body. Quantitatively it is
    • of fat to be the soup itself, that's the same as when that gold ball
    • lasts. The knife can't renew itself. Teeth can't renew themselves
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    • view the ego, by drawing the astral body to itself, is not allowing
    • life that discloses itself in the kind of speech I described, and in
    • revealed the spiritual world, is in this case pouring itself inward,
    • body to itself. We see how the first condition advances to this
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • which expresses itself through the anxiety demons, is the vehicle for
    • rabies idea. Something like a cure takes place through life itself,
    • work. This is an example of karma working itself out completely, in a
    • in the structure of the drama itself.
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    • forming of carbon dioxide. The inhalation process shows itself in
    • bringing light, chemism, and life. It connects itself with the
    • itself out. It is not carried farther by the human organism; it can
    • for itself from below, from outside. It is the process by which the
    • life ether is taken up. It must provide the life ether for itself
    • pushes itself in on mysterious waves. And as we form venous blood we
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    • universe itself.
    • the earth and at the same time rounding itself. The root rounding
    • itself into the earth — that is the picture of the root that
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    • is medicine itself that has the frightful disease of materialism.
    • the human being itself.
    • together is all right, of course, but it will come of itself if
    • scattered about. One thing no longer reveals itself as a healing
    • indeed work itself out fully — insofar as it rests on the will
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    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • leave the creative impulse outside in matter itself; the thoughts
    • itself. But only the human being, not the animal; in just these finer
    • revealed in this human life itself.
    • other sciences. Modern astronomy itself lives only in names; it is
    • itself follow from inspiration and we come to Sophia. But this is a
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    • reaching down into tangible matter itself, but only to the
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    • himself, our ideas cannot be confined to that world itself. No
    • Moon evolution had first to repeat itself. Once again the sun had to
    • manifests something, expresses itself outwardly, phenomenally; and
    • before the soul, the one which tends more to disclose itself, tends
    • something which would experience itself inwardly, something which
    • quickens itself inwardly; then we have what expresses the meaning of
    • something manifesting itself outwardly, announcing itself, and
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    • tends towards outer manifestation, tends to proclaim itself, tends,
    • itself expands with the expanding warmth, and brings to maturity what
    • part of the Sun, not receiving light, but itself forming part of the
    • receive light, but is itself a source of light.
    • In the Sun evolution the earth itself participated in the radiation
    • manifesting itself externally withdrew from the ha'arets
    • and pours itself out into the sound-ether, is at the same time the
    • — announces itself externally as light. But behind the light is
    • express this by saying that the light manifesting itself through the
    • — speech, which expresses itself in its own proper sounds. That
    • would have to feel itself inwardly organised in such a way that it
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    • added, and so much of man as is already there has itself only reached
    • watery transforming itself to the gaseous; the other had the tendency
    • to discharge itself downward; that is, the watery condensing and
    • of itself. That is very clearly described in the Bible, when it says
    • itself in a new form. The plant life is still in a state which is not
    • a sprouting activity within the planet itself, now, in addition to
    • earth itself, which could only recapitulate what it had produced as a
    • witness for them? The content of this record itself testifies that
    • itself, which had emerged as a new element, could be populated with
    • itself as earth, at last there came something into which the Elohim
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    • light and air, and all life during that time manifested itself within
    • awakened. Thus both in the Moon itself and in what works upon it from
    • and to gather itself together, to contract, in the downward
    • itself. There may of course be such people; but it must be objected
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    • the darkness there of itself; or does spiritual Being lie behind this
    • at an earlier stage. Thus we can say that all that manifests itself
    • evolution, and for forces centralised in the earth itself to arise
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    • itself. It helps us to acquire the proper feeling, the right attitude
    • itself primarily to our faculty of knowledge, is maya, or
    • element transformed itself in the downward direction, that is, in the
    • it gives us the illusion of densification. Within the process itself
    • to base itself as upon firm seats. These ancient expressions contain
    • real force behind warmth; it has poured itself out into everything.
    • display itself, nevertheless throughout earth evolution this element
    • and of the Elohim which compresses itself into our sense-existence to
    • making manifest what we call matter, it announces itselfas the
    • takes on form, takes on shape, it announces itself as the external
    • still deeper, which only occasionally reveals itself — the
    • “Elohimhood,” which reveals itself in a sevenfold way.
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    • itself outwardly in the life of the individual between birth and
    • Thus what is actually to be seen is an inner faculty showing itself
    • element reveals itself in an external form. To be beautiful means
    • subjectively now manifests itself from without; that the spirit
    • presents itself in its external manifestation. Thus we can paraphrase
    • this, which held good for light on the Moon, should itself reach a
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    • day of creation what had hitherto been soul-spiritual clothed itself
    • it really understood itself. But nevertheless if we study the course
    • development of the earth to proceed by itself, because it could not
    • the periphery of the earth. When the Bible itself, after the
    • itself into the fluid and solid part of man, it lives in all that is
    • itself. Here also, if we know how to interpret what is said, we find
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    • to itself, and, because its finer, more spiritual forces have
    • itself withdrawn from the earth. This brought about great changes in
    • in this way the earth prepared itself to become the bearer of human
    • Spiritual Science itself constrained us to find in the Bible what we
    • giving shape to the earth itself in the beginning.”
    • Beings, who underpinned alike the creation itself and their own
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    • the earth itself; so that it was his late assumption of his bodily
    • not work directly upon the earth, it devotes itself to its own
    • itself. The “days” of creation refer to spiritual stages
    • of itself. An inexperienced person often thinks, when confronted with
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    • wants always to associate itself with modern science; then
    • their voice out into the universe, when the earth itself will fall
    • sun will burn itself out and be scattered in the All, not merely
    • than this — that mankind has brought upon itself the doom of
    • The very striving after super-sensible knowledge is itself an Easter
    • scientific outlook on the world were to be true to itself, it would
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    • is itself compromised.
    • acknowledged as such, because the people said: Divinity itself speaks
    • dependent in olden times on the blood; the blood itself brought the
    • blood itself was the bearer of super-sensible knowledge. For men of
    • If the blood is itself the guarantee of the existence of the
    • organism itself can promote no relationship with super-sensible
    • to acquire through effort and training, through earth-life itself,
    • This manifests itself, on the one side, in formalism of
    • such ideas about the social order issue from what is itself the
    • was given in the days of the Mystery itself: “He Whom ye seek is
    • free will of man. Free will itself, however, is possible only on the
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    • Christianity itself will lead more and more Christians to
    • itself to these elementary beliefs.
    • Bodhisattva to that of Buddha. Christianity itself has brought him
    • even in Christendom itself, the loftiest thoughts and deepest truths
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    • become a reality. This will express itself outwardly in the fact that
    • creators of the new. And even if it be the Cross itself, in all the
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    • part of the sleeping state, as itself a semi-sleep. But what came to
    • itself external. There is no realisation to-day of how differently men
    • itself into the human nervous system; it has built up this plastic
    • present in itself. But to use it, a man must be able to see, to
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    • human culture. Christianity has the power in itself of transcending
    • present point of time is itself not unsuitable, lying as it does just
    • itself, can be indicated by saying that among the peoples everywhere,
    • evolution, his etheric body will gradually loosen itself again,
    • freeing itself from its submergence in the physical body, where the
    • forms. The etheric body must release itself again in order that man's
    • body is loosening itself from the physical, everything that was
    • itself from the physical, man is to live his life in any real sense,
    • he must have consciousness of what will then present itself to the
    • but an inner affirmation, a powerful impulse in life itself. It will
    • these worlds take vengeance, and this shows itself in man's
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    • man — the instreaming of the Divine Breath — is itself
    • itself, and He has shown us how the forces of redemption, the forces
    • itself expanding into the universe, becoming more and more filled with
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    • itself. To the eyes of the spirit this material fire of the thorn-bush
    • physical matter, and in physical matter should sacrifice itself. This
    • suffering present itself to the soul after the Mystery of Golgotha?
    • How does it present itself to men who look with understanding at the
    • A resurrection of the Earth-Spirit itself, a redemption of humanity
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    • makes itself known to our consciousness as something higher than the
    • embedded. This something, which immediately makes itself felt if we
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    • gradually freeing itself from a consciousness of which present-day
    • a physical body.” In fact, the dream-image clothed itself in
    • itself within them, always increasing in significance. In other words,
    • itself, becoming more and more independent. The self-reliance of the
    • pin so much faith on words but focus our efforts on the matter itself,
    • its light. Love in the sixth culture-epoch will show itself in a very
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    • review so presents itself that we really live backwards starting from
    • This expresses itself in a noteworthy manner. If we follow such a
    • much suffering must be achieved, and to this end the suffering itself
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    • itself, our aims would be able to develop in the best possible manner.
    • profound nature of their studies, and by the will which may itself be
    • and so fashioned itself, that through the youthful Germanic peoples
    • itself is aroused — the Ego is a Being — but the
    • arising out of itself. You only need be attentive to recognise this
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    • time has not been believed, but which reveals itself clearly to
    • simply exists of itself, that is of no value in the spiritual world.
    • no special trouble. It exists, as it were, of itself. Therefore the
    • transitory within itself, continually battles with the non-existent.
    • Here on earth, physical life is always known of itself; while over
    • so looking at the earth that this earth itself can be permeated by the
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    • our souls had formed to him, the outer physical presentment itself
    • will not appear of itself, as it does here, in the physical world. In
    • in the spiritual world entirely from itself, and it must be thoroughly
    • soul can there see of itself, without an effort, is our world; and
    • itself to make its own world, the world in which it then is, always
    • perceptible, and must always construct it for itself. Thus when man is
    • arises as if of itself. But now within this ‘other world,’
    • one has made in one's soul. The truth may present itself in many ways,
    • nature and history would be to us, if it ran on simply of itself,
    • the thoughts which appear, as thoughts of itself. That is, as it were,
    • other souls and relates itself to us. That really means the insertion
    • exists in itself. And just as it is improper for a man here to be in
    • here we stand before a landscape and compare it with the scene itself.
    • when life pours itself into the outer form. Then comes a time when the
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    • similarly, when the spiritual world reveals itself, the imagination
    • while yet being super-sensible and invisible weaves itself into the
    • was begging to be let in. Involuntarily the question formed itself:
    • beginning to fulfil itself. Now whether, as was not impossible, he had
    • in Kamaloka. And a reflection, a picture of this reveals itself in the
    • death. This so discloses itself to him that he now sees himself as
    • which this part of the spiritual world unveiled itself to him. But now
    • memory. Memory reinstates itself in him again, when he tried the case
    • on that which presents itself in outer nature. I expressed this as
    • differently. Even human life itself has a different aspect then. We
    • perception has first fashioned itself. Into the perception is inserted
    • since my birth or conception, which then concentrates itself and
    • spiritual world has united itself with that which arises from the
    • man is the expression of what prepared itself in the spiritual world
    • which again goes through the gate of death, to prepare itself in the
    • spiritual world. With that provided by the parents there unites itself
    • of allowing itself to be laid hold of by the spiritual world, in the
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    • something which first develops through the spiritual vision itself,
    • important scientific training. Our age is very proud of itself. Of
    • can never arrive at the ‘Thing in Itself.’ One may thus
    • he does not behold the “Thing in Itself,” the man, but
    • “Thing in Itself.”’
    • merely has images and can never reach the ‘Thing in Itself.’
    • here in sense existence, is only here because it impresses itself on
    • Itself,’ which is the real outer world.
    • but merely words, words, words. Humanity finds itself entangled in the
    • letters the paper takes up what it can, and lets itself express what
    • streams on further and groups itself according to the formations
    • for cleverness expresses itself by a man forming in a certain logical
    • speech or even in a criticism of thought, is not in itself so bad, but
    • Christmas. For this can unite itself very deeply with a man's nature
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    • such a creature feels a flower as being within itself. In the earth
    • separation set in. A part separated itself off, as though in a tube.
    • itself. This fact — that there are two epochs on the Earth,
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    • will, such an overabundance of life that it can sacrifice itself. Thus
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    • which bears within itself the old sense of orientation in the three
    • Organ-consciousness by itself can recognise the objective, but does
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    • presents itself which is otherwise not to be experienced on earth. In
    • itself with the first. The second spinal column will descend in front
    • gradually to the point of dividing itself into three parts. Willing,
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    • a bell, its innermost being. Warmth must flow from the being itself.
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    • is in the light and discloses itself in all sense impressions. Behind
    • itself to him from the spirit, is elemental being. On the one hand he
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    • the beginning of the Moon evolution wisdom still impressed itself into
    • imagine a jelly-like being which had freed itself from what had come
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    • desires, joy, unhappiness, enthusiasm and so on. It manifests itself
    • ever more physical, it separates off from itself the individual auric
    • the solid had thrust itself out. The Auric Eggs of human beings are
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    • enclosed within itself. When man lived on the Astral Plane the only
    • itself formless, but gains form through human life. Man gathers the
    • astral ego cannot yet fully express itself on the Physical Plane and
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    • one have what in occultism is called the physical body. In itself it
    • adapted itself to its environment by means of a hard shell that it had
    • brain) had been prepared, the ego laid itself in the bed made ready
    • have built up the human being. Then the ego makes itself felt and this
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    • already forms itself as predisposition in the devachanic state. When a
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    • with an Indian impulse was necessary because Europe itself had
    • now itself develop the kingdoms of Wisdom, Beauty and Strength, in
    • is meant everything that lives itself out in the will. In these three
    • present outside in his previous existence, but only disclosed itself
    • Then comes individual existence itself, the sum of all the earlier
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    • world and embodies itself in what is already there and which, for its
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    • When our foot imprints itself in the damp earth, this imprint is a
    • When man develops further, when abstract thought itself develops to
    • it reveals itself to the senses; it is however created by means of
    • consciousness and perception has arisen out of Thought itself
    • the first place within itself: abstract consciousness. All
    • life itself.
    • on the consciousness which in the outer world is itself thought.
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    • physical body, but the etheric body divides itself into two members.
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    • itself to us as dreams. What however has taken place during the night
    • of the earth to differentiate itself physically to an ever greater
    • itself out of the astral body. Then a sort of shell remains behind,
    • troubled by these astral shells. This shows itself in the case of weak
    • go beyond itself. It can therefore come about that we get verses from
    • death, he looked back on his past life. This however expresses itself
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    • expression on the physical plane. A feeling does not show itself
    • truth itself; a problem can only have one solution. Whether one or a
    • astral world unites itself again with a body that corresponds to what
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    • off those parts of itself it needed to expel, and these became ever
    • body. For instance, it has rejected from itself the wilder instincts;
    • itself and he re-assembled it again out of the parts, so that he is
    • increasingly finer, it has attracted to itself the finer astral
    • had clothed itself with devachanic substance, then again with astral
    • a bed, it sinks itself into the astral substance.
    • originally undifferentiated mass divided itself into organs, after the
    • original astral body had thrown off various portions of itself which
    • these parts densified within itself and so the differentiated physical
    • itself and established peace in the face of the destructive forces.
    • Earlier the astral body had purified itself by casting off everything
    • relationship, reflects itself in the Monad as something new, something
    • finds itself they can continue to be fruitful, then the human being
    • contains within itself Wisdom, Beauty and Strength; then Wisdom,
    • regions. Then Wisdom becomes visible and reflects itself in us:
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    • was itself a planet, then everything which is now on the Moon and
    • the Sun substance had the urge to detach itself. At first a kind of
    • Then the one part severed itself completely and the two bodies
    • and warmth. Because the Old Moon itself possessed no light, the beings
    • severed itself and the Earth emerged out of the Sun. It is at this
    • continued until it had expended itself. He wanted to have a planet
    • would have been lost. It was only then that the body formed itself in
    • Christianity itself there is conflict between the two Principles: the
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    • densified with them. This Globe is the Earth itself. The transition
    • itself off. Man became more human, the animal more animal. The
    • the animal kingdom separated itself off, during the Third the plant
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    • sleeps, only the astral body frees itself and the physical body and
    • it is such a coloured cloud, a movement vibrating in itself. If one
    • itself. The animal kingdom also reflects the intentions which lie in
    • will draw itself together, become atomic and form the atoms of
    • constitutes the atom. This multiplies itself, creating itself out of
    • itself. These then are the atoms which will form Jupiter.
    • Plastic-astral = forming itself out of itself
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    • was in his surroundings reflected itself more and more into what was
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    • matter itself. Unless this fine substance were given off, man would be
    • itself. The organ of taste is not connected with matter itself, but
    • is a state of matter which is no longer dependent on matter itself,
    • surrounding world reflect itself in him. The next stage is that he
    • a whole enclosed within itself. This the fish is not. The fish has the
    • itself is going towards its destruction. Within it is the seed of the
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    • What will come about later always reveals itself in advance through
    • makes use of carbon for itself and breathes out oxygen, thereby
    • in man as heat, as fire. The craving attaches itself to man's
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    • develop, which in truth contains all the ancient cultures in itself
    • prepared; and then finds here firm ground, embodying itself in a whole
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    • itself within these types. Temperament, that fundamental coloring of
    • existence to existence, connects itself with the generational stream.
    • species' evolutionary development. The species itself undergoes an
    • lives only once, that there is no enduring entity that unites itself
    • unite itself with physical corporeality? How can it clothe itself in
    • reincarnation, unite itself with the physical stream of heredity? The
    • has also frequently been mentioned. The ego expresses itself in the
    • itself physically in the nervous system; thus in the sanguine, the
    • nervous system holds sway. The etheric body expresses itself in the
    • glands. The physical body as such expresses itself only in itself;
    • an instrument of the higher members, is itself in control, and
    • portion. This reveals itself outwardly in a very clear fashion. Johann
    • The phlegmatic temperament manifests itself in a static, indifferent
    • do well to attend to what expresses itself through them if we wish to
    • to what manifests itself as typical. When we consider that the
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    • “spirit” we realize that it reveals itself in all worlds,
    • investigator, logical thinking will itself disclose that a living
    • of the animal soul, arise out of the inner organization itself.
    • Whereas in the mineral the spirit expends itself in elaborating the
    • animal organization itself, as an activity of the astral body. But of
    • from the animal organization itself; the intelligence which I
    • creative in the organism itself, and creates from out of the
    • expended inwardly, that it lives itself out inwardly. Soul experience
    • astral body — expends itself in organic formations, in what the
    • specific formations, the spirit expends itself. The animal brings
    • evidence that the spirit has spent itself, has poured itself out, in
    • spirit has poured itself into its organization. The creative activity
    • of the spirit has poured itself into its organization. The creative
    • species, the genus; it experiences itself as species, as genus.
    • experiences the animal spends itself within its organization; and
    • emancipates itself from the inner enjoyment, the inner experiencing
    • is harmful and which is good for it. The animal injures itself very
    • emancipated itself from his bodily nature, but at a cost.
    • within itself how the spirit flows into its organs. Man, on the other
    • lives itself out within the soul, these things are of infinite
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    • its soul life the animal lives, as it were, within itself. But the
    • other words, that the human soul is able to surrender itself directly
    • We may also say that there lives itself out in the animal's
    • member thrusts itself in, which can be very easily observed in life.
    • to man to be able to imprint life itself into his organization. It is
    • up more within him, in the self-conscious ego, to pour itself then
    • itself felt — that in observing the human skull we shall see
    • observation show us how in reality the spirit lives itself out in the
    • animal shows itself quite incapable of taking things in, in the way
    • the capacity for this development pours itself into gesture,
    • expressing itself in the human being, what can be experienced only
    • look back on how the human soul pours itself into the bodily nature.
    • between birth and death when the ego inserts itself between spirit
    • itself out in the innermost being, there is realized from the outset,
    • realizes and develops the concept itself. In a certain relation man
    • organization, establishing itself as mediator — thus working
    • expresses itself physically; for fear and shame are actual processes
    • in very truth express itself in the circulation of the blood. What we
    • because the animal does not open itself directly to the influence of
    • itself. It is not so at all. We are only beginning to learn something
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    • soul itself, as though the sun were rising from inner depths —
    • the spirit which reveals itself everywhere in the world; or, if he
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    • eyes out in cosmic space draws the human will to itself. This physical
    • represented it in those olden times — the Zodiac itself.
    • something to which no end can be in sight. But the world itself is
    • organism. Between the two groups of planets is the Sun itself. The
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    • external aspect as that which presents itself to the senses. If we
    • itself during his existence between death and a new birth. If you will
    • what reveals itself when the cosmos is viewed from outside, when it is
    • therefore only be a matter of describing the vista that reveals itself
    • intelligence finally discovers in itself is present in the phenomena
    • well as this understanding, in itself an asset to his consciousness,
    • aspect reveals itself only when we are able to contemplate the cosmos
    • speak of the fact that the cosmos as it reveals itself when
    • of the mystery of number, because even number itself has meaning only
    • entirely different point of vision, a unity may reveal itself as a
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    • complete in itself.
    • room. As a rose with its stem, just by itself, it is altogether
    • of something which, relatively at least, can exist in itself.
    • independent existence. Taking a human skeleton by itself, you must, to
    • world can such a thing as a human skeleton originate by itself. It
    • the earth, reveals itself as having a certain special relationship to
    • astral body which nowhere interpenetrates the plant itself, except at
    • slate-formation is in itself developed to the highest degree,
    • to the time when the earth itself had a Sun-existence. It was then
    • earth itself had a kind of plant-existence, and out of this
    • When, however, we look at the lime-formation, it reveals itself to
    • the soil it contracts, unites itself with the earth; where it rises up
    • animal has detached itself and has become independent of the earthly.
    • independent, a form set in itself. The fact is that even in respect of
    • itself, of which the ancient dream-like wisdom was dimly aware. What
    • creatively by shaping out of itself the material world. A man who, as
    • cosmic element asserts itself in the body. You can say: As far as
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    • soul itself is to modern man. You cannot think the story of the
    • what manifold ways the soul has lived and experienced itself within
    • European consciousness that is now beginning to free itself and that
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    • if it can so identify itself with this confession as to say to the
    • epoch before it can feel and experience in itself what at that time
    • brain, and the physical brain itself. We then realise how we create
    • brain and leave it to go on consuming itself, I must stop when I begin
    • or head, and the physical brain or physical head itself. There is an
    • make upon itself when taking the first steps toward initiation. I
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    • circumstances, a more perfect development more complete in itself,
    • to hate. Hate shows itself in this member of the etheric body in quite
    • threshold is an inner experience in itself to which one must have
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    • consider itself to be?”
    • monad is, that is, a self-enclosed being, a being carrying itself. It
    • cannot control itself and can only keep on returning to the same
    • the being with the force of love, it radiates force itself, and this
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    • thinks itself in me.” The beings experience themselves, and you
    • mood of what pours itself out over a soul when it feels itself within
    • “Why should I bother about eternity that extends itself out in
    • being able to experience it clairvoyantly in the moment itself. We are
    • power to liberate itself from the Luciferic existence, but insofar as
    • divine beings are in him, part of his being wrests itself away from
    • that plays itself out in life.
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    • itself offers — in all this we may, indeed, look for quite
    • the one pole the human soul hardens within itself, winds itself into
    • itself, what is for its self-gratification. At the other pole the
    • it works in evil ones; in itself it is neither the one nor the other.
    • aside its skin like a kind of image of itself and progress in life
    • So once more we see how what emanates from Ahriman cannot, in itself,
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    • physical body lends itself as a tool.
    • with the passing moment and has no wish to raise itself to the light
    • this thinking. The brain itself, however, does not think, nor does the
    • into the earth from the cosmos what in the earth itself is connected
    • man the love that proceeds from spiritual truth itself. If between now
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • within itself all that brings us as human beings in touch with the
    • stirs and dies down again within itself; thoughts only have an
    • that meets one is the human form itself? But how changed is this
    • this human form present itself! One knows: ‘That which thou art
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    • of space itself; space ceases to have any meaning for him. He leaves
    • before one, it stands there of itself, it is the goal of the Gods and
    • depths of the soul itself. Now, while being instructed by the Gods,
    • it when it goes out of itself into space, when, filling space, this
    • that this soul, together with what it knows regarding itself, is born
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    • planets, but that which lives in the sun itself — but hidden.
    • were really to manifest itself in our consciousness. Only the
    • perceptions there was something which expressed itself in
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    • external reality, does not of itself yield up the contents of its
    • but it will not permit itself to be diminished by him, it remains as
    • realm of life Spiritual Science expresses itself in this way. For
    • not impelled, as it were, by the object itself to ask questions, if
    • physical plane arrive at being a soul that guides itself. On the
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    • can no longer express itself in the mortal residue; but to the man
    • There, longing is a creative force; it transforms itself into
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    • destroy itself. That which in one sphere works as nature works, may
    • to wait until in the spiritual world itself he has developed the
    • greater until it destroys itself and when I say the following you
    • longing to see itself in its past and recognise its value. Spiritual
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    • must feel itself to stand higher in the order of Nature than the mere
    • spirit, the spirit itself lives and weaves in his thought. Whoever is
    • will allow the spirit itself to speak through his thoughts. The
    • social problem thrusts itself so forcibly on to the scene, men are
    • reveal itself in our thinking. Similarly, we can recall the words of
    • which increasingly reveals itself. And in our epoch what is this
    • shows itself, for example, in the following way. Nowadays we pay very
    • that much which used to unfold of itself in the soul now has to be
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    • marks itself off from other human experiences.
    • imagine itself to be God-given ... the truth to which all religious
    • super-sensible. But when the purely earthly State seeks to make itself
    • earthly affairs arrogates to itself the spiritual — and seeks
    • organism presents itself in the light of spiritual science. Its
    • organism be itself “three-membered,” if it is to serve as
    • though it may suppose itself to be doing something quite different
    • and so confine itself within a strictly national existence. And the
    • dividing itself up into separate sections all over the earth —
    • the whole of humanity. Humanity is trying to organise itself under
    • origin. The Ex Deo Nascimur is something which declares itself
    • then he must have some defect, which expresses itself in the fact
    • reveals itself through the Being I have just described, that I wanted
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    • for long ages the crystal retains, quite of itself, its existing
    • crystal. And the rose-stem itself, if we tear it from the earth, has
    • radically, so that men may derive from the State itself a satisfying
    • guise in which present-day reality presents itself to humanity, could
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    • celestial body attracts to itself the bodies that are upon it”.
    • phenomenon as it may first present itself, where it is complicated
    • is something man understands on its own ground, in and by itself.
    • mass reveal itself in its effects, — how does it work? And if
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    • course be produced. The effect shows itself, in that the mass moves
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
    • liquid it strives upward, — in some sense it withdraws itself
    • be true to say we see the light itself, — though we shall yet
    • the brightly shining light, itself deflected, and then the sending
    • whilst at the other pole the darkening stems itself against the
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    • contains the seven colours within itself — a rather difficult
    • itself and the vitreous humour and from thence reaches the retina,
    • parts, also reveals itself in another circumstance. Tracing the
    • itself to the other.
    • time enough to make itself felt as such in our eye. Scarcely have I
    • orange there and then the yellow, and so on. The red itself is there
    • apart, will re-unite in the eye itself. But Goethe saw no white. All
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    • said, puts itself into the path of the light in such a way that while
    • light itself is diverted. That is to say, darkness rays into the
    • itself, but you are seeing it through dark. (That there is something
    • bright the cylinder of light itself may be, you still see it through
    • arises within the light itself by means of this apparatus, so that a
    • itself a stream of fine substances, but that it is a movement in a
    • just now by the light itself. I was saying that we here get
    • reflected. It is to the light itself that we must look, if we desire
    • have to extinguish itself in so doing. This it does not do; it puts
    • itself in the way at the very place where the yellow should be coming
    • through. It is simply there, and though it is yellow itself, the
    • force, it puts itself in the way, even as an indifferent obstacle
    • flowing light itself gives us the explanation.
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    • many ways — in and about the light itself. In the most manifold
    • light itself. For if I only cast a spectrum here it is indeed like
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    • Something in our outer world communicates itself to us when we are
    • real abstraction; you may not call it a reality by itself.
    • phenomenon, we must examine to what extent it is a reality in itself,
    • or Sun and Earth, each by itself, you may of course invent and add to
    • belongs? Or is it in itself a whole? Even then, in the last resort,
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    • In the other case the eye itself is the physical apparatus. What
    • difference between itself and your environment. What is it
    • what may itself be described as an organism of vibrations, highly
    • air. While upon this niveau itself (in the perceiving of
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    • itself directly into movement in the instruments called pipes.
    • here making itself felt in a highly spiritual realm. We need to
    • itself. It can only come to existence by virtue of its connection
    • itself, it is in truth an abstraction. I must go on to the totality
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    • brings negative toward itself in some way. You know the phenomenon
    • itself, such as it is; it can no longer hide in the wire! Observe
    • which here revealed itself, proved to be very different from what
    • wave-movements through the ether. What here revealed itself was
    • were enabling them, as it were, to pursue the electricity itself
    • itself; electricity as such is on the move. Electricity itself is
    • shooting force, tending to remain behind, makes itself felt as
    • itself. But the material thus emanated proves to be radium no
    • longer. It presently reveals itself to be helium for instance
    • itself, we perceive it by means of a phenomenon of light. This led
    • for itself in man the eye — a sense-organ with which to see
    • is into matter itself that you are descending when you study
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    • right out of its bearings, so to speak, even by Physics itself.
    • of matter itself in its old form. Out of the old ways of thinking,
    • the raying light itself something like radiating electricity. I do
    • electricity itself, for here it leaves the wire, jumps to the
    • electricity itself, the current of electricity, behaves like simple
    • is the chemical element itself which as it were gives itself up
    • 19th century, the Geometry itself began to grow uncertain. It
    • shews itself here again as α'. α and
    • presents itself to you in conscious day-waking life. Yet the two
    • which projected itself forward into the dream. The idea-forming
    • tubes makes itself known to us in phenomena of light, etc. Whatever
    • is the electricity itself, flowing through there, is imperceptible
    • itself. With your ordinary body — I draw it diagrammatically
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    • can reveal itself to us when in the course of certain normal processes
    • for normal human beings. It is evident from the experience itself that
    • only the Ego that can distinguish itself from surrounding objects.
    • attitude, focuses more upon itself, seeks within itself what it
    • that the Ego feels itself becoming weaker and weaker as it expands.
    • the Macrocosm it knows nothing of itself.
    • actual cause of our soul-life. The etheric body itself, however,
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    • that modern science concerns itself only with the part of man which,
    • now asserting itself in him. This is the first of the influences to be
    • The same influence which makes itself felt in certain abnormal
    • Let us first of all consider this cosmic clock itself. The idea of the
    • planetary system having formed itself is easily refuted. You will all
    • itself. This will probably have been demonstrated by an experiment. It
    • system into existence through rotation. The experiment in itself
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    • the moment of waking is something that interpolates itself between our
    • plant a kingdom lower than itself but without which it cannot exist.
    • to itself over and over again: ‘Whatever pain and suffering still
    • consciousness we do not see the Microcosm itself but a reflected image
    • vision not only of itself but also of the planets. We look out into
    • itself is invisible. We must therefore say what by day makes the
    • itself as the centre of living spiritual streams flowing to and fro
    • between the Sun and the planets. The solar system revealed itself as a
    • labyrinth. Only when the soul has prepared itself through ideas and
    • prepare itself to endure the bewildering spectacle.
    • labyrinth. It is life itself, in full reality, into which we enter and
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    • itself akin. The knowledge acquired on descending into the physical
    • Lesser Guardian of the Threshold and may say to itself: I am paltry
    • our mobility. It reveals itself as an inner force, streaming into us.
    • our human intelligence acquires for itself corresponds to what streams
    • life itself to the light that streams down from above. The Cosmic
    • from human life itself, through efforts to transform thinking, feeling
    • itself; it does not work in the same way as other movements where
    • Spiritual Science would leave human evolution to take care of itself.
    • before the eyes of our soul and reveals itself clearly in that it
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    • that the Earth itself was quite different when he was living in his
    • assert itself for its own selfish aims. Long speeches may be made
    • inevitably discover that the self-seeking Ego asserts itself with
    • outside, their inner self asserts itself. If education has hitherto
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    • Elements the spiritual does not yet reveal itself in its true form as
    • The form in which this world reveals itself is such that the
    • the light produces an organ to correspond to itself; and so the eye is
    • is not the worst thing that can happen, for the world itself will soon
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    • the Elementary World reveals itself in the form it does, and then this
    • working at our development. This figure reveals itself in all its
    • because life itself corrects them; but one-sided truths, half-truths,
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    • spinal cord that lie behind the nerves. In our brain itself and its
    • in order to pass from the symbol itself to the activity which created
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    • the matter in question presents itself to us in a definite picture. If
    • our Ego itself in the Imaginative world.
    • itself but in the supposition that it can explain the whole universe
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    • of ordinary memory, what he observes in that world presents itself not
    • the distance. The past presents itself to the pupil as something
    • Spiritual Science itself guarantees this harmony. And here we come to
    • expresses itself outwardly in the experiencing of our blood,
    • itself in the body, that man will also have a quite different external
    • states before the intellect itself was there. In the worlds which
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    • itself from every soul. He seeks only to give expression to the truths
    • which every soul, given sufficient time, could experience in itself.
    • to every soul to see whether it cannot find within itself the
    • reveals itself to us as a being which, like man, is not subject
    • itself, somewhat as happens in the case of man at the approach of
    • itself; the Earth itself must have generated the effects which today
    • are produced by the Sun. The Earth was itself Sun at that time.
    • itself. What is visible to the eye of clairvoyance now becomes
    • Moon-state, and this in turn by a state when the Earth itself was a
    • But this state itself, which we have called the Old Sun-state,
    • itself provides the explanation.
    • the Earth stores within itself for the winter's needs. We remember
    • It reveals itself in a germinal state and will become something quite
    • which our inmost self, the spirit, expresses itself. The quality of
    • itself through that medium. If the larynx were unable to capture in
    • itself through the medium of song. The larynx is an organ which brings
    • spiritual activities. The larynx reveals itself to the spiritual
    • To waken in itself
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    • clearly and definitely: Science can only concern itself with
    • experience purely inwardly, and subject the body by itself to
    • spirit reveals itself no more to the human being than does the
    • body reveal itself beyond its outward form, and that from the
    • the life of the soul is not able to observe itself. They point
    • the soul itself. This means that we have to observe how one
    • separate itself from the soul-nature. But this is only one
    • for: the will itself has to take on a new direction, has to
    • could maintain that the lung itself creates the air, that the
    • itself, that the lung produces air. Our ordinary
    • development proceeds, it separates itself off and becomes in a
    • sense dependent upon itself. It is in undergoing this
    • impels it to unite itself
    • as the air unites itself to the lungs
    • him, in fact, makes its own existence known itself. The red
    • Go out into life itself and you will find that the
    • of the world that is super-sensible, when it restricted itself
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    • he points out that this unconscious is not in itself conscious
    • unconscious, which in itself is devoid of consciousness, but is
    • of spirit itself, for this science feels itself called upon to
    • by the soul when the perception itself has ceased. From this it
    • spirit itself.
    • would never simply take the content of the dream by itself,
    • eternal regards the temporal in such a way as to clothe itself
    • after all, phenomena of life itself, when they investigate them
    • life itself, a different observation of life from what is
    • and true joy, then the universe, if it could feel itself, would
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    • what going to sleep, waking, and sleep itself are. We get to
    • know how the spirit-soul part of man draws itself out
    • promise of itself: that it can not only give satisfaction to
    • The Goetheanum itself is built in a new artistic form, in
    • out of itself what it knows as reality, not only in ideas, not
    • feels itself called upon to reconcile religion, art and
    • fact will not allow itself to be driven out of the world. We
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    • inscribing itself into the Akasha-substance.
    • soul will only liberate within itself all the moral courage at its
    • in accordance with the karma it has built up for itself.
    • think, to form thoughts within itself, without using the brain as an
    • that it does not connect itself with the brain. If in this way we
    • itself, must be permeated by feeling. If, for instance, we take:
    • endure. Through its inner life, our soul must feel itself connected
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    • a useful instrument, it is no longer in itself a means of acquiring
    • Christ-light in so far as it could reveal itself to the earth under
    • that in itself was held to be inexpressible), but to the Being to
    • the truth itself. Then we shall realize that only a few of us are
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • regarded in the right way, it bears within itself the seed of a new
    • the world of spirit that reveals itself to man as the divine and, on
    • above revolved itself in the following feeling. Thenceforth, Cusanus
    • ever more lame when we direct our gaze upward to what reveals itself
    • repeatedly he saw how thinking extends itself over everything
    • surrounding man in nature; how it then tries to raise itself above
    • sense a state of renouncing itself at the instant when it thinks to
    • By saying to itself that with all this thinking and theology it
    • It tells itself: This thinking, this theology, these ideas, give me
    • gaze inward into itself, to behold the spirit shining forth within.
    • the soul itself but in the spiritual dwelling in the soul. They
    • depicted so boldly and rudely that it had to surrender itself to
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    • concerning the riddles of the universe to the universe itself and
    • the latter recognized itself as the messenger of this spirit. Thus
    • the latter recognized itself as the messenger of this spirit. Thus
    • experience itself as the spirit's messenger, for one must know
    • itself as the bearer of the Logos, the spirit image; though this
    • spirit image was vivid in the soul. It expressed itself in the love
    • image, that bore within itself the essence of what it reproduced. The
    • as was the case later one — bore within itself a dim will, an
    • into itself, it finds ideas and concepts, which finally lead to
    • the spirit's archetype within itself. It saw itself as the
    • they are only ideas and concepts. The soul experiences itself at its
    • abstraction. The soul that formerly appeared to itself as something
    • concrete — because it experienced in itself the Logos-image of
    • the divine — gradually transforms itself to a mere vessel of
    • to everything, it now sees itself as subject and regards everything
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    • perception in regard to mathematical thinking itself. We are much
    • of bygone times all of mathematics transformed itself out of a sum of
    • The birth of science thus placed itself into the whole context of
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    • points according to which the earth itself is oriented. All this he
    • manifests itself in disintegration, in atomization, in reduction to
    • mathematics itself into differentials. We actually kill all living
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    • vibration out in space translated itself into form and movement, and
    • primary qualities, supposedly expressed itself in man as secondary
    • the organism lives. But in examining the organism itself, in
    • feeble, this was seen as a first mild degree of dying. Death itself
    • experience, man lived himself into the world itself. Therefore, the
    • have the unicellular being; it divides itself into two. Somewhat
    • imprecisely, he might have said: It atomizes itself, it divides
    • itself; for a certain length of time, the two parts are indivisible;
    • nowhere really differentiated in itself, or whether substance,
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    • expresses itself in man's experiences of sound, color and
    • spirit, when it is awake in a person, must forget itself and devote
    • itself to the body if it is to comprehend mathematics. Nor was it
    • known that this same spirituality must take complete hold of itself
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    • influence is exercises, which is left to itself, moves through space
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    • sunders itself from man, whereas formerly it was contained in man
    • real. This ego experience expressed itself in something that was a
    • unintelligible if considered by itself, although if it is viewed in
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    • restrict itself to the externally observed mechanics of space. Long
    • within itself the impulse for its own velocity. This then is a
    • inwardly experienced semblance really is. It will reveal itself as
    • organ. The spleen itself is in turn an excretion of the functions in
    • by natural science, impress itself on him and then (centuries after
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    • science itself must come certain questions simply overlooked in
    • itself, a relation which must be all means be established in certain
    • perception of the eye by itself, or the perception of the ear by
    • itself and likewise of our entire organism as heat sense organ, etc.
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    • bodies then a peculiar thing shows itself, namely that
    • itself. Ideas of this sort have been current since the 17th
    • Renaissance, found Europe little inclined to trouble itself with
    • left to itself. Only when we go beyond the merely earthly relations
    • it were, because the earthly emancipated itself from the cosmic, that
    • it tore itself free to attain independent action while the gaseous,
    • be placed within the body itself. It was necessary to rationalize and
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    • itself so far as heat relations are concerned. I will first describe
    • the heat does not show itself in the form of an increase in
    • idea verifies itself. What I have thought of in the abstract
    • not so for a gas or vaporous body which extends itself in every
    • virtue of the fact that it is a solid body. It has a form of itself,
    • opposites. The solid body provides for itself that which I must add to
    • is there of itself in the case of the solid body. So that, without any
    • present of itself in the solid. But now, if you cool the gas, you
    • form takes place of itself from within. Since I have done nothing but
    • up against a solid, the solid does not of itself exert pressure
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    • the left hand tube is under the same pressure as the outer air itself,
    • the heat manifesting itself as the third power, we cannot limit
    • In order to explain the phenomena, modern physics sets itself the
    • shows itself as motion, as mechanical work? What does it mean when I
    • mechanical work, or shows itself as a mechanical process. Then the
    • relation to our studies of heat itself.
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    • does not relate itself to the seen or the heard, but it relates
    • itself in the last analysis to our will impulse. Strange as it may
    • what we can properly speak of as playing itself out mechanically in
    • When now, you fasten your attention simply on that which reels itself
    • it up into your being, that it does not allow itself to be brought
    • seeking to distribute itself in all directions, and could only be made
    • the body can solidify, it can give itself a form
    • own surface perpendicular to the line between itself and the center of
    • conscious of the fact that the solid, of itself, takes care of that
    • The solid takes into itself the role of the earthly. It is entirely
    • whole organism. The meaning that the solid has in itself, can
    • understand that the gaseous removes itself from the influence of the
    • body loosens itself from the earth, as it were, and enters the realm
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    • itself under increased pressure. Thus a solid can be melted at a
    • itself in all directions. So again, we can state the proposition: that
    • the real nature of heat itself. The possibility then exists for us
    • distinction between the manifestation in the gas where it shows itself
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    • entity acted in such a way that the block closed itself up at once. I
    • taken up) that the properties of the air itself bring about the
    • contributed by the nature of the air itself when the pencil passes
    • material air itself is in the other case. That is, you met here with a
    • by the solids are ruled by gravity which, as stated, manifests itself
    • condition in which form is dissolved. The form loses itself. When I
    • for form as the droplet takes on form when it can withdraw itself from
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    • produced here has transformed itself into work, let us determine
    • are present in some way or other in the water itself. For if
    • solid seeks to make itself an independent unit, that it tends to build
    • system is not left to itself but is worked upon by its whole
    • struggle. This structure that forms itself in the solid is the impress
    • carrying its own forces within itself and its own form-creating power.
    • century physics. Physics itself, insofar as it rests on experiment,
    • instant the perpetuum mobile strives to establish itself in any given
    • — negative form. Now how does this negative form manifest itself?
    • returns on itself. May I not be dealing here with another kind of
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    • revelation of nature that is given us in the musician's ear itself.
    • for itself a liquid surface. Then we reach the gaseous bodies,
    • where the property corresponding to form manifests itself as
    • really taking place in the realm of heat expresses itself in the gas
    • substance, such as tourmaline, which carries in itself the principle
    • the 19th century in such a way that the light itself is
    • source from the light itself. What is taking place has nothing
    • wave-motion that expresses itself as condensation and rarefaction in
    • the tone, and not constituting the tone itself. And we should conceive
    • to manifest as to form a connection between itself and our higher
    • side has to insert itself into the realm from which we have just
    • But from the other side comes that which inserts itself,
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    • an expansion and this expansion makes itself evident by a depression
    • the space around it and the mercury readjusts itself to equilibrium in
    • itself. If we wish to speak accurately we must ask what is spreading,
    • statement of the matter when we say that the heat itself spreads from
    • yourselves: how does the will relate itself to the phenomena of heat?
    • extreme conditions, with what from one side builds itself as thought
    • and from the other side builds itself as will. We can therefore say
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    • itself. It is only necessary for a person to extend the thought
    • When form itself becomes fluid, when we have a changing form in a
    • matter itself informs us what happens to it when it becomes more and
    • it only by conceiving a life, a living weaving, manifesting itself as
    • everywhere active, but which manifests itself in a manner
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    • representing the heat itself, by something involving heat, since none
    • I can assume that something goes on in the body itself. Let me now ask
    • within science itself. The parallelism shows how we are really dealing
    • one. For the purely mathematical difficulty arises of itself, and
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    • This is the question that presents itself when we look over the whole
    • many times seen in our lives. This is that light relates itself quite
    • realm while heat is itself pictured in the gaseous. We have, as it
    • through the air. Considering how the air relates itself in various
    • upon it do not change. What exists in the picture itself in the way of
    • That stands as it were set off by itself. These relations are not,
    • spirit since the corpse has in itself no possibilities of
    • are forced by physics itself to admit a previous period of time when
    • Physics can orientate itself according to this fact if it will no
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    • by itself in a certain independence over against the material realm.
    • this seizing of the chemical effect on the matter itself, but let us
    • linkage where the imponderable does not definitely insert itself into
    • lecture which shows itself only when we rise, as it were, to a
    • demonstrates itself in chemical processes.
    • itself to us outwardly as such in only one particular form, namely in
    • which presents itself to us as chemical process is nothing but the
    • body. Furthermore, what shows itself in this realm of reality
    • tear apart space itself that which comes through is something that is
    • heat itself. This heat we find as the entity welling out when matter
    • effects in the world itself. It is by no means without interest to
    • science itself. And until we have succeeded in so arranging things
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • what has remained of Philosophy itself? A number of more or less
    • In mankind itself that has been lost which once made Philosophy a
    • itself to be independent of all corporeality, and independent of the
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    • otherwise unconsciously unfolds itself from one human age to another,
    • thought-copy is not in itself reality, but only apparent reality. But
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    • organism itself attains to a personal experience of a relationship
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    • itself in etheric life. We receive a picture of the living etheric
    • the astral and Ego-organization covers itself with an etheric
    • do not regard it as an end in itself, but as the remains of a living
    • earthly thought is as little comprehensible from itself as the form of
    • seed. Something that has life in itself, which points beyond the
    • dissolution of the body, because its nature shows itself, even during
    • the spiritual Cosmos, and moreover reveals itself in a changed form
    • proof. Philosophy itself has fallen into the error of seeing in a
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • would base itself only on these experiences can no doubt, by logical
    • partition of itself into inner happenings which are differentiated
    • from each other. During this period of sleep, the soul feels itself to
    • with the facts of life and death. It sees itself as a spirit-being,
    • cannot believe in the reality of what outwardly represents itself to
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • spiritual cosmos and reveals itself at the same time as the cosmic
    • nature acts upon man, revealing itself from the outside. But with this
    • being through which it makes itself independent of the other
    • later it feels itself as an independent spiritual being; the cosmos is
    • The experience of the human soul in taking unto itself the etheric
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    • psycho-spiritual has so changed itself from a spiritual form of
    • there grew up a modern branch of Theology which concerns itself really
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    • which the soul has won for itself by imagining still remains.
    • does not experience in its activity. This etheric organism is itself
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    • earthly course of man manifests itself. And a copy of the outer world
    • conjunction with the rhythmical processes also manifests itself in
    • reflected thought-world as itself only bearing the character of the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • limb-organization, the will-part is stimulated to surrender itself to
    • spiritual-eternal part of the soul grows conscious of itself. Just as
    • the consciousness living inside the body realizes the body in itself,
    • can be found in certain functions of the organism itself, which in a
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    • presented according to the Rosicrucian method? Theosophy in itself is
    • itself will become rigid. Today we are living in an age of transition but
    • course of evolution is the most rapid. Materialistic science itself
    • time, the skull bones do not close immediately and the brain itself
    • The psyche has itself fashioned the dwelling place in which it subsequently
    • years. Just as in a child the etheric body itself prepares the physical
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    • in itself, you are in the position of the tiny animal that takes the
    • you cut a finger the pain is not in the finger itself but is led over
    • its center in itself, in the realm that is invisible. We must look for
    • plant itself but are felt by the earth. The animal itself experiences
    • of the earth, pain and happiness are experienced outside the plant itself.
    • take it into itself, is the animal.
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    • all the higher members of man's nature. When it is left to itself
    • into the physical body, to inculcate forces into the physical body itself?
    • one organ more, a new world reveals itself to him. His astral body,
    • how the etheric body detaches itself at the same time — not entirely,
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    • body emerges, frees itself from the physical body and then dissolves
    • by his ego, frees itself after the period of kamaloka. On his further
    • round about it. The crystal cube presents itself to the clairvoyant
    • substance. This actually forms itself and shoots in, as it were. The
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    • the soul gradually rids itself of the urge to cling to physical life,
    • itself experiences the pain and harm it has caused to others. In thus
    • in itself is nothing else than a kind of deadening of the living forces
    • wishing to incarnate has drawn to itself the astral substance that now
    • which is itself influenced by the substance of the entity descending to
    • point when the ego itself, the real man, begins to work upon what has
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    • of the physical body. Wisdom itself is articulate in them. How does
    • Saturn itself was an entity
    • in itself. It is now a vibrant warmth egg in which forms of light gleam
    • The powder shapes itself into definite forms — the sound figures
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    • the planetary body, namely, Old Moon itself, still containing all that
    • they are, become retarded. Thus, on the earth itself there were still
    • did not, during the Old Moon period of evolution, allow itself to descend
    • of our earth, our own planet earth itself, then came forth from the
    • into existence out of nothingness. It does not arise of itself from
    • only after it had itself separated from the earth. These beings separated
    • the earth drew into itself all the forces that were retarding evolution.
    • into humanity from higher beings such as these is not in itself sufficient;
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    • of gradual densification presents itself to clairvoyant sight. Out of
    • man became a being who now trod the earth itself.
    • influence asserted itself upon man. If there had been no such influence,
    • man the illusion that matter is a reality in itself. So in his progress,
    • the ahrimanic influence that asserted itself in man and caused the
    • justification. Let the Western world concern itself with external culture
    • in matter itself the ideal of beauty and perfection of what nature has
    • it. if the soul steeps itself in these lines — in the ruins of
    • the Greek temple is a whole in itself. The Gothic cathedral, with its
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    • itself. Even in our material. world nothing whatever takes place in
    • the average individual reveals itself to be, is organized in such a way
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    • itself could not be believed; hence it is only natural that the
    • movement itself.
    • civilisation, it has always described itself as possessing the old
    • responsive echo of the realm which expressed itself through him. No
    • in Theosophy; and the Fairy Tale itself is a proof of this; only, at
    • developed within itself at a higher stage, when it became transmuted
    • This force of Wisdom makes itself felt when a man is placed among the
    • with the fruits of the Earth so that our sense-nature itself is taken
    • knowledge, permeates itself with the gold; this “self” is
    • It will have raised itself above the river of passions, and the
    • Spiritual can uplift itself in the Temple, in the clear light of day,
    • riddle lies in the fairy tale itself, and not in one word alone.”
    • noon the green Serpent laid itself across the River and formed a
    • clearly expressed in the “Fairy Tale” itself, the giant
    • sacrifice itself completely. Not only should it lead men over the
    • world, that the world itself can follow its proper course of
    • offer itself as tribute to the River of the passions, so long does
    • because the Serpent sacrificed itself. The Self of man has become
    • Serpent, which offered itself as a bridge over the River of passions.
    • well as to those who go on foot. In the Temple itself we meet once
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    • the Serpent who devours it and unites itself with it. The Serpent has
    • become self-seeking, not to raise itself up in pride to an upright
    • itself above the river. That is the kingdom of the future, towards
    • that it is ready to sacrifice itself. It has reached the point of
    • forces must be purified by the soul-forces, the body itself can only
    • itself. And now we understand the meaning of love, it is a Sacrifice
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    • The custom itself, however, shows how the habits of men change.
    • festival around 1800. The festival itself, however, is ancient, even
    • or is able to read the hieroglyphics that time itself presents to us,
    • Akashic Record the way this twofold form of mankind expressed itself.
    • human heart itself. The external light, the light that is born out
    • Divine Word. In Jesus the Christ, however, the Divine Word Itself
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    • outer confession and philosophy, but life itself pulsing through us.
    • proclaims itself in nature at this time that is the symbol of hope,
    • on earth at that time, prepared itself for the reception of the
    • physical body and immersed itself in the darkness of instincts,
    • order revealed itself in its great glory to these wise men. This is
    • had brought to birth in itself the universal soul streaming through
    • itself. This will be the subject of a lecture next year. But one thing
    • body united itself with merely material forces, so the soul unites
    • itself with the spirit.
    • philosophy into the world, but life itself. It is our ideal to have
    • science, pass over into life itself. This will happen if men practice
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    • itself. Its nature differed from the present sunlight, which shines
    • to radiate within itself and, at the same time, to radiate within the
    • and the inner light revealed itself to them.
    • coming life prepares itself in the seed that must wither and decay in
    • same time bears the power in itself to bring forth new life. The great
    • of mankind, of mankind developing itself. It is the star that all wise
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    • All the rest will, in certain respects, come of itself when, as time
    • world which reveals itself to the trained occult vision as the one
    • pours itself into the emptiness which arises where the blue had been
    • world itself. Then, as it were, the external veil of nature is drawn
    • possible to describe something of what gradually impresses itself upon
    • away from that which shows itself in set form, with a set figure, and
    • second phenomenon that presents itself to occult vision. Beings that
    • the rarefied water, tossing itself into vapor and rain. That, let us
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    • when it concentrates on the air itself, indeed, on the purest air
    • earth-planet, expresses itself in day and night, is brought about by
    • in itself, unity; but everything in the realm of the Spirits of the
    • one with the whole undivided spirit of the planet itself; we awaken in
    • the undivided spirit of the planet itself. It is extremely important
    • itself that, just as during the waking hours in the sense-world, we
    • planet and itself is the spirit of the whole earth.” One may go
    • of the Rotation of Time is hidden the Spirit of the Planet itself, the
    • has the task of bringing the earth itself into mutual relation with
    • cosmos itself, you may make that clear in the following way. We will
    • nature-spirits. So that if we observe the sense-world itself with
    • the world of nature-spirits expresses itself from behind these
    • do we come to the stamp or imprint of the Planetary Spirit itself in
    • to do, we then approach the imprint of the Planetary Spirit itself in
    • sense-world itself is an external Maya, for it is what the etheric
    • itself. A second Maya is what appears to man of the nature-spirits in
    • imprint of the Planetary Spirit itself.
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    • have spoken, even of the Planetary Spirit itself, when we have
    • inspirations and which grows and thrives only within the soul itself.
    • say, gains the upper hand; a higher self which recognises itself as
    • to raise itself to these beings. Thus, we may say that when we observe
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    • skin; it creates, as it were, an impression of itself, makes itself
    • every time the being detaches such a picture, or image of itself, life
    • continually rippled in itself and congealed as it detached its image
    • first train itself as to how man himself becomes, in his outer form,
    • manifesting itself. In this way we feel how the spiritual beings of
    • consciousness raises itself to these spirits, it is at first the
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    • speaks to us as the world itself, which we experience. If we imagine
    • realizes itself. For the inner condition of consciousness, the inner
    • their principles, but having among their principles a being itself, a
    • must designate as itself a being, a Spirit of Form. Just as we live in
    • spirit which gives itself form, a spirit having form. We must
    • refer to the planet itself. We look up to the planet saying: It has a
    • Threefold Divine Life, Which creates for Itself sheaths in the
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    • about in their inner being must show itself externally. As we
    • reveals itself to them, everything which they can perceive is, so to
    • walking about on a hollow. Our Earth itself, in so far as it is an
    • within itself, and develops it for its own independent inner life of
    • from the Sun a notch is formed and the planet throws itself against
    • humanity reveal itself to us as a mighty discourse held by the
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    • the ordinary normal consciousness, only the planet itself and, indeed,
    • itself, the fixed star. If we wish to know the fixed star in its own
    • itself for its own beings, for the actual evolution of the beings
    • does evolution take place upon the fixed star itself as a separate
    • star itself? We then actually find the same boundary. If we direct our
    • of the fixed star itself and its beings; whereas the Spirits of Motion
    • of the fixed star itself, to them is apportioned the planets which
    • the fixed star itself, are powerless to do anything for its evolution.
    • for a moment the fixed star itself and the planets, till we have only
    • within itself. All the moons of a system which are continually being
    • system keeps the corpse within itself, binds it together, and
    • body, its physical body; and in the fixed star itself, raying out from
    • itself; we learn to know of it, by the fact that the beings dwell in
    • collect round itself all the harmful astral products, and to remove
    • streams, develops them round itself and thus takes on form. We shall
    • casts it out into cosmic space. Then the center of force builds itself
    • evolution of the planet itself, apart from the human being who dwells
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    • the heavenly bodies. Thus it transports itself clairvoyantly into the
    • cosmos, and if, for instance, it transports itself into Mars, into the
    • itself it has something within it which cannot he described other than
    • speak, fixed itself only upon the moon) we get the remarkable
    • something which should not take place as it shows itself there, if our
    • discloses itself as a further development of what existed as the moon.
    • must have been possible in the past; for it expresses itself as
    • “Ego-nature,” the “I” itself. Where is this
    • animal expresses itself in a cry, that is, an external impression
    • which in man reveals itself in the physical world in all the actions
    • manifests itself in the physical world. The ordinary abstract
    • itself as living. We learn to know the long-enduring life of the
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    • raises itself to the first of the super-sensible worlds lying above us,
    • an ego which is developing itself individually in a physical world,
    • not to be sought upon the earth itself, but outside the earth in
    • principle of the earth itself — in the struggle for existence
    • itself, whilst the ancient moon was an earlier incarnation of our
    • the stalk itself is twisted, you have in the spiral movement of the
    • sun or towards the center of the earth and that which winds itself
    • while the stalk itself elongates and terminates in the ovary. These
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    • active on the physical plane, then the mineral would only make itself
    • to be sought upon the earth itself; hence it appears to the earth as
    • itself, for Mercury stands nearer to the earth than the other planets.
    • body itself, namely, Mercury or quicksilver. These are the principal
    • Thus while this etheric substance is itself directed by the planet, it
    • moon itself, but what is poured forth from the sun by the Luciferic
    • minerals reveal itself to occult vision? The peculiar thing about the
    • through the planetary system it attaches mineral substance to itself,
    • If we observe our present-day Saturn, it presents itself in the first
    • place which, in a modified way, expresses itself, as it were, in a
    • composing the system itself, but remain behind at a considerably
    • the primeval ego of man was to assert itself as a group-soul dwelling
    • itself, we find the Spirit or Spirits. Behind all this Spiritual Life
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    • corresponds to this document itself. From the details given in the
    • important tasks of this world view, indeed, of anthroposophy itself.
    • were told through Moses that the force that had proclaimed itself in the
    • becomes weak and sickly, the ego slowly withdraws itself, the son
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    • become sufficient unto itself.
    • It is only the rational soul that can fill itself with what flows from
    • concerns what the ego develops within itself. The fifth beatitude
    • receiving God into itself. If man can elevate himself to such a
    • blood, and where it brings itself most clearly to expression is in the
    • itself as a drop of the infinite, unfathomable world ego.
    • What is representative of a particular age repeats itself later in
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    • itself in a position to create clarity on these points by means of its
    • to them the main thing. What formed itself in their hearts, what
    • which is now opening itself to humanity through the spiritual
    • that loses itself in the twilight of the soul. Our memory reaches only
    • such that the consciousness of our Ego emancipates itself in tenderest
    • organization for the ordinary human life; this shows itself in our
    • organization has an opposing force, which develops itself
    • itself to us in seven rays, but above this is something else,
    • Osiris, it becomes itself a sort of Osiris. The world outside has
    • itself from the earth.”
    • revealed itself in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. All great religions
    • spoke of it; it revealed itself in Jesus of Nazareth, to whom all
    • grasp. For that in which my Ego-consciousness lives presents itself to
    • emancipated itself.” If such a person can only feel strongly that
    • trouble itself about Him — but the Christ Who is attainable
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    • earth itself, but it is possible for man to tune his soul in such a
    • possibility offers itself which has flowed into the
    • inwardly. The remainder of this matter will reveal itself to us if
    • meaning that as a spiritual revelation it will show itself to men.
    • itself with recognizing Christ, with the way to Christ. And this
    • itself in a very definite way.
    • inmost being. In Karma itself I perceive what is related to my being.
    • initiation principle itself with its peace, its harmony, its
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    • Christianity revealed itself in two gestures. This is the proof
    • or how it expressed itself in the wonderful creations of
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    • which is at first hidden, begins to assert itself Out of the physical
    • science, if it was desirous of fulfilling itself, would be able to
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    • the human soul itself. The changes which occur with the soul life of
    • enclosed within itself, was lost to humanity. Most of all did that
    • matter exists of itself; this was known by the Manicheans and they
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    • notice what has insinuated itself in a dreadful way into every domain
    • generation. This older generation expressed itself in words; you
    • could only hear clichés. An unsocial element presented itself
    • this older generation there also presented itself the impotence of
    • nineteenth century. And so what presented itself could not speak to
    • that has connected itself with it. The words Goethe really spoke are
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    • non-human was going about among men, calling itself “Objective
    • the nineteenth century it showed itself through a particular
    • Objective science prides itself on having nothing of the ‘philo’
    • words of Faust, the “All,” but it presented itself as a
    • feel? It would feel cut off, dried up; it would no longer feel itself
    • light today into the souls of the young. It expresses itself in the
    • genuinely human might be found in them, has surrounded itself with a
    • powers. Modern youth, when it understands itself, is demanding to be
    • willing to concern itself with the earthly. But since the fifteenth
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    • and which has entrenched itself in civilization the farther west we
    • confine itself to the unreal, abstract concepts he loves — for
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    • age expresses itself in what the philosophers say. No one will
    • itself in German culture in a most tragic way. We need only mention
    • finally what has arisen has become instinct, has recast itself as
    • century, yet it was already there earlier, in a form that made itself
    • materialism is in itself of the nature of the empty phrase, and no
    • what the speaker really feels. The empty phrase over-reaches itself
    • really intellectualism overreaching itself. I do not want to hurt any
    • “Spirit” any longer, that is in itself a confession of
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    • strike directly into the thinking itself. But the lightning-flash of
    • embryonic state of physical development something unites itself with
    • in this connection the following presents itself quite clearly to our
    • it were itself something living. We must go back to what was the
    • intellectual thinking presents itself as dead. People naturally will
    • say: “Prove this for us.” It proves itself in the very
    • itself to what was external. Natural science became increasingly pure
    • thinking preserved the forces of growth within itself far beyond
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    • physical human body, has united itself with the physical human body.
    • the aspect of the social life, the matter presents itself
    • pre-earthly world of soul and spirit. We observe, revealing itself
    • religiousness, into a religiousness that expresses itself directly in
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    • means in the face of life itself to speak about actual realities. We
    • itself quench this thirst for air; it has to allow for the air to
    • what belongs to present and future ages must link itself with older
    • an awakening force in knowledge itself.
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    • spiritual world which expressed itself in the acceptance of thought
    • within human life itself? — these leaders condemned as
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    • itself, as we understand it today, is a special characteristic of the
    • itself. It has been put for a long time, for decades, but human
    • does not limit itself to the forces presumed to exist by physics and
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    • word itself only arose later — had they not noticed externally
    • actually set going of itself what the Yoga exercises have striven for
    • activity of the will it wrenches itself free first from the breast
    • says this because it would be too absurd, and life itself refutes
    • future, which must be received by each generation into itself, must
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    • to the human being from the world were to pour itself into the head,
    • glutton. In the grown man the head claims all taste for itself. The
    • insatiability. The head in return for giving itself up to learning to
    • speak reserves for itself the pleasures of tasting. Even as regards
    • has the child lived itself into the adults around him that what he
    • for science confines itself to what is the same for all human beings.
    • attracts or repels others in a human being actually veils itself in a
    • get through to man as a whole — our head culture sets itself
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    • itself to their senses was at the same time spiritual. Naturally,
    • content, is of the nature of gesture, of surface; it expresses itself
    • of intellectualism that spreads itself around us, and within which
    • about what he considers right. But education does not allow itself to
    • State will have found its best constitution when it makes itself
    • lifeblood of the soul which pours itself actively into his physical
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    • penetrating way. Mankind has worked itself up to the most abstract
    • itself to the true educator as coming forth from the young, growing
    • itself by older and younger generations having something to say to
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    • of the head itself are not life processes but death processes. The
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • unite itself with mankind in order that mankind shall not perish with
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    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • being to the Christ forms itself in such a way — if it forms
    • itself rightly — that it is the same in every human being. This,
    • makes itself felt from the eighth sphere out of which the rest of our
    • civilized mankind deceives itself, can deceive itself, in regard to
    • human spirit shape stores up in itself; this makes the invisible being
    • Every ascent is followed by a descent; every ascent bears in itself
    • It exists like the other revelations. But it does not force itself
    • considered thought itself to be something real. We may imagine that we
    • to raise itself to the super-sensible, there was not to be any
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    • mankind is itself an evolution of a living entity. Just as there is
    • itself. When, from this point of view, we make tests, we can easily
    • itself in such formulas; mankind feels that it is necessary to acquire
    • possible concept of what it is that has thus prepared itself, we must
    • descending line. Earth humanity and the evolution of the earth itself
    • decay. Mankind itself, in particular, is in a process of decay through
    • preparation, as a pre-state. Only upon the Earth itself did man, as he
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    • itself through this element of light and darkness constituted for him
    • itself has changed. This, of course, you cannot prove clinically; but
    • become materialistic; reality itself has lost its soul.
    • am now saying. For just consider what it means that reality itself, in
    • material itself and describe it as such; and we must recognize in the
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    • feelings all this takes place simultaneously. Feeling itself is being
    • feeling in actual consciousness, while feeling itself remains in
    • And will itself, my dear friends! What do you know of the process
    • itself remains unknown to us in ordinary consciousness. Whereas we
    • attaches great value to mere phrases. But it must wean itself from
    • that the world of the dead may lay itself open to awakened
    • expresses itself as pain in his life in us.
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    • prepare himself to descend to the earth itself, to emulate, as it
    • the spiritual world in retrospect. The following then presents itself:
    • if the line of time reversed itself, and the events which lie back of
    • deeper into doubt of itself. To be sure, it would have developed
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    • consideration. In the subconscious mind itself there is a
    • themselves, this revenge showing itself as hysteria. Very
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    • to occupy itself with therapy alone, which might be less
    • methods; but it is trying to extend itself to pedagogy, and to
    • itself in order to return to the house.
    • offered itself, supported by association with the earlier
    • one hand; feeling (green, right) separates itself from
    • itself lives. If our ego acts normally, has perfect soul
    • itself unwarrantably in the consciousness. Then, because
    • thinking mixes itself with feeling, or will, the ego being for
    • itself apart from feeling.
    • because one is really encroaching upon life itself. It would be
    • upon itself, otherwise it crumbles into nothingness. The
    • the saying to annul itself. It will not do for a Cretan to say
    • But a theory should not crumble when turned upon itself. Just
    • itself. And it is the same with other things. You can
    • this manner against itself.
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    • present itself objectively, as if it were in the outside
    • an irregular penetration this desire presents itself as
    • itself as a fact, and a human being, as evolution is today, is
    • itself and radically. It changes so that at last it becomes
    • with the facts of our consciousness, but presents itself as if
    • follows such paths it accustoms itself not to live within
    • itself only, in its own wishes and desires, but to relate
    • itself to outer happenings, to consider them. Exactly the
    • which projects itself outward and is built up around him in
    • the immoral destroys itself as inevitably as fire consumes
    • and advances itself.
    • continually robs itself, nor that a beautiful one contributes
    • something to itself, but in Devachan it is like that;
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    • kind of bond establishes itself between this person and the one
    • The fact that such a condition exists presents itself in a
    • itself, no power over the blooming, growth and fading of the
    • to approach and to connect itself with us. All beings who in
    • transformed itself into the forces here indicated (see
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    • itself having no activity in relation to this blood movement.
    • over beyond earth life. Our head itself is a sphere, and this
    • sense within mankind itself the cause of a future world
    • disappear. Only that which arises within humanity itself can
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    • epoch in which we ourselves stand, the fifth, which prepared itself in
    • run its course, the new one already prepares itself within it.
    • offers itself as the best.
    • itself in the physical surrounding world, is connected with a further
    • which busies itself with documents without any misgiving, to take
    • racial father Abraham. We must hold that fast: that expressed itself
    • of group-soulness. One felt what expressed itself in Abraham as the
    • idea whereby the group-soulness chiefly expresses itself loses meaning
    • character, whereas what will fulfil itself in the future will have a
    • would always repeat itself, so that one could always speak of seven
    • exclude itself in the production of what constitutes the wisdom of the
    • from what race, nation, etc., he is born, because it applies itself
    • characteristic that one can see in the theosophical movement itself
    • prevails even in theosophy itself, e.g., when one describes the
    • longer be understood by the soul as soon as it no longer feels itself
    • spiritually, because thoughts are realities. Space then fills itself
    • express itself more and more in the external nature of man; and that
    • and yet, again experiences unindividually, will express itself by
    • individual will express itself externally. That will form the
    • variety how the individual ego expresses itself even into the gesture.
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    • are imparted from out of the spiritual world itself. And in the sense
    • into the world around. I will observe what reveals itself in the air,
    • turned their gaze from outside, for what revealed itself in the
    • stars revealed itself in their inner being. Thus it was the laws of
    • nature of his mission, then this people itself, which is his mission,
    • this people itself must be a gift from outside, must be given by him
    • wonderfully expressed. The people itself is the mission of Abraham;
    • him. That expressed itself in certain people, who represented as it
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    • because opportunity offers itself today to speak of the Mark Gospel.
    • power of growing into the spiritual world through itself. Formerly,
    • soul “) — when the astral body could no more spread itself
    • What is it that announces itself beforehand? Here we must be clear as
    • I think, I feel, I will: The Lord makes itself
    • of many forces. The being, however, who reveals itself in man, can
    • mother gave him birth, the first wonder of Zarathustra showed itself
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    • itself such ideas of a physical appearance, (sinnlichen
    • any knowledge of the truth itself. It was doubt of the
    • that one cannot know. We cannot even know how this itself
    • inner being as man, as it offers itself to-day, — the
    • gives itself, that we do not take into consideration the fact
    • characterised what reveals itself in St. Augustine as
    • itself he still considers as the highest development of the
    • All that was to be regulated. Life itself was to be regulated
    • itself. I cannot even give you any idea now of its structure,
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    • than do our Angels; and that which inserts itself as
    • Nature destroys itself and when that which to-day is Nature no
    • itself, for if what is sensible were eternal, if the
    • give compensation for what has been lost. But time itself
    • human Ordering appeared which in a sense so stamped itself on
    • Therewith, my dear friends, the concept of truth itself
    • old concept of truth is rooted even to-day, that truth itself
    • and to-day to honour the Nation itself as something special, is
    • limits itself merely to an external Ordering of Nature. We must
    • of evolution itself. The French nature must so develop
    • space. Space itself is the great Medium out of which humanity
    • humanity itself in the abstract, spread out over the Earth.
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    • itself up from that point, so that the esotericist recognises the root
    • primordial times and transforms itself at a certain point There is a
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    • which this dispassionate, dry wisdom separated itself from the
    • beyond death. Odysseus was an initiate and the Odyssey itself is the
    • to the fact that their intellect has to lift itself up to the divine.
    • utterly unfruitful when it is only turned upon itself. When it has
    • purposes of combining. Out of itself it can win nothing. This
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    • protect itself, something that still forces its way in from the
    • earlier culture avenges itself on the culture which has brought about
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    • mankind, their Manus, will arise in mankind itself. None of the great
    • unites itself with manas, and the deed becomes conscious. You know
    • itself felt in individuals as zeal, it is the divine wrath. It asserts
    • itself by working with great power in individuals and since the others
    • are not yet ripe enough, it manifests itself as the divine wrath.
    • That is the essence of the Mystery. It translates itself into the
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    • forms out of water, so does the physical body fashion itself out of
    • earth itself was in an earlier embodiment called the Saturn
    • planet, on the Moon, the astral united itself with it. Then the Moon
    • transformed itself into earth, and to the three bodies of man already
    • will transform itself into other planets. Today it is dark. Were one
    • our bodies, so wisdom relates itself to light that streams out into
    • to him, so unlikely is it that the earth has developed itself from
    • the earth, also revolve, and you also know that the sun itself moves.
    • and the other planets, but also the movement of the sun itself. Here
    • matter formed itself into a solar system, into a planetary system.
    • time. The earth transformed itself out of this fiery-fluid condition
    • expressed itself. The outer seeing of objects was developed quite
    • itself from the air, our present kind of perception came about. Man
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    • architectural style, which expresses itself in the arch that consists
    • human shape forms itself through such impressions. What was built
    • itself. Through long periods of time the human souls had to work on
    • body shaped itself. Let us go into this more deeply! Let us picture
    • present body to shape itself, the human being had to be surrounded by
    • this form was given to him so that the body could form itself
    • thereby. Just as the mood of the mystics modeled itself out of the
    • was lived in vessels, in which humanity gradually accustomed itself
    • transformed itself into our present earth; the condition of the
    • expresses itself in the fish form, for this is the highest material
    • symbol for the earth as it developed itself out of the Moon. The fish
    • is the symbol for spiritual being as it has developed itself out of
    • has its lowest being in the snake. What separated itself as watery
    • substance, as pure water, could manifest itself as fish. To the
    • body. His body transformed itself into alternate conditions. At first
    • itself into another, again into another, and then into a fourth.
    • for us in the butterfly that develops itself through four forms: egg,
    • being that always had the same body, that knew itself immortal on a
    • but a being in itself, and the single bee as having preserved the
    • Saturn has in a measure freed itself and today forms the warm blood
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    • appears to us in the world, whatever reveals itself, whatever is not
    • itself without being related to the number two. Light alone cannot
    • reveal itself. There must also be shadow or darkness — that is,
    • the Divinity revealing itself. There is a statement in occultism that
    • evolution, and the other in which the plant has folded itself up and,
    • occurs when a being that has many organs so forms itself that nothing
    • inner warmth poured itself out over great numbers of people. Not only
    • inwardness, that spreads itself over all strata of the
    • out of nothingness that unites itself with the two (involution and
    • itself. On the seventh day of an illness, for instance, a fever will
    • point (in my own words):The world is in itself enclosed
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    • have purified itself on earth, the soul will again ascend to this
    • purifies itself, it rises through what is called the world spiral.
    • disclosed wherever something reveals itself, with which a third
    • whole world presents itself in such seals, and because the magi and
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    • in existence. It was from out [of] that wisdom itself that the world
    • expressed itself in a form which the man of the present day can but
    • understood by a future age which will have refreshed itself at the
    • continued in a way that has adapted itself to new circumstances and
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    • liquid, or gaseous, but the light itself one does not see. Imagine
    • science says therefore: light makes everything visible, but is itself
    • itself one can no longer perceive outwardly. If you believe that when
    • becomes differentiated, how it divides. On one side it divides itself
    • this warmth which you perceive is itself the outer physical part but
    • condition. Air itself is nothing but solidified warmth, densified
    • time gaseous and the gaseous formed itself as smoke, out of the fire.
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    • cannot exist of itself.’ That is the materialistic
    • care of itself, as it were; they left it outside. Now why did they do
    • itself. No condition of Pralaya could have arisen for Saturn through
    • happened which I explained yesterday. The warmth divided itself, into
    • afar that which had formed itself into light, because behind it was
    • smoke. If not the light itself, you would yet have perceived a
    • Thus your ball of warmth has transformed itself into a shining orb; a
    • itself. They could now differentiate their own body of gas from the
    • ancient Sun. It had in itself the power to produce the interchanges
    • star. Everything in our universal space that shines of itself sends
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    • being. It lives: it lives in itself; it continually builds up forms
    • this the case with the ancient Sun. It presents itself as an unit, as
    • undifferentiated warmth, the fire itself. The spirits of Personality
    • grows more and more out of this helplessness, and at last itself
    • the deeper meaning of the thing itself.
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    • spiritual realm itself in which these higher spiritual Beings are,
    • itself. But the comparison is not quite accurate, for the majority
    • transformed itself into the later Sun, the Cherubim began to be
    • transformed itself into the ancient Sun, which again changed into the
    • re-absorbed into the Sun, and the Sun itself will have reached a
    • Seraphim, etc. The Sun will thus dissolve in space, sacrifice itself,
    • send forth its Being into the Universe, and through this will itself
    • planets, it becomes itself a circle — a Zodiacal circle. That
    • new solar system, created out of itself. The Seraphim, Cherubim and
    • cannot assume that that mass of gas began to whirl round of itself.
    • itself. Universal bodies do not condense of themselves; spiritual
    • planet from itself, which remained in its vicinity. At first, so long
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    • naturally stand in a nearer relation to man on the earth itself.
    • itself is regulated by the Angels as regards the individual men, by
    • itself as marking the
    • conditions. It left the earth to itself, so to speak, so that man
    • When further, the task of the earth itself has to be led and guided,
    • which has to do with its connexion to the Cosmos itself. Therefore,
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    • above, and at the same time it mirrors itself below. A physical and
    • only with the Earth itself.
    • rising high above him, and losing itself in indefinite regions —
    • exhibiting complete regularity does not work itself out with such
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    • radiating into it from outside, but as if holding itself back. It is
    • as if the soul's warmth radiated from outside, but held itself
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    • Saturn to-day) detached itself from that mighty self-revolving globe
    • united it all within itself. All this happened though the influence
    • continued to move by itself, although the inward motion was stopped.
    • found by this means the impulse for movement within itself.
    • second planet which detached itself from our earth in the course of
    • masses, we must realise that this does not happen of itself, but that
    • solar system has arisen organised itself into ancient Saturn, the
    • evolution, and, whilst ancient Saturn itself was being formed, the
    • From the moment when each of these planets has come of itself to an
    • The Karma of the first half of evolution, fulfills itself in the
    • could not as yet help itself, they guided it until it reached a
    • untransformed shell detaches itself; that which has been re-worked
    • Budhi impresses itself upon the physical body — then yet a
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    • earth. In reality it is so also with the earth itself, and with the
    • itself. We see that, in fact, a planet grows always smaller in the
    • undertake that which the Godhead Itself did not want them to
    • evil itself stood before him, and only when the evil was unmasked did
    • Mights shaped itself quite differently from that of their brothers;
    • The ‘I’ expresses itself through the blood. Just as the
    • fire. It proclaimed itself to Moses through fire in the burning bush
    • when it unites with the Christ, receives into itself a reality, a
    • has filled itself with the Christ, then this Christ force irradiates
    • does not simply repeat itself, but that new things enter. For a human
    • science should itself give a direct presentation of the Cosmos and of
    • us in actual reality, just as is the case with matter itself which is
    • of the Cosmos itself. And we must develop the feeling within us:
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    • Nazareth it united itself with one special human being. Since that
    • death not only for itself but for all mankind.’ From belief
    • if the radiance of Lucifer's star. This Ego had to school itself by
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    • through which the spiritual world could gradually reveal itself, be
    • revealing itself and that ‘illumination’ is setting in.
    • like a sword in its scabbard, to be a being which feels itself to be
    • feels itself cramped on all sides by the scabbard, while man, when he
    • expresses itself in the fact that, although often only for a short
    • as astral body and ego, accommodates itself to the forces of the
    • physical body; it yields as it were to them; it conforms itself to
    • begins to show itself to him in quite a different way. Everything in
    • expression for the thing itself.
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    • being itself is to be sought in a higher world. In order to meet the
    • attaining to super-sensible worlds, where it manifests itself in quite
    • speaking in the human soul, it interposed itself in front of the
    • Earth itself has passed through other incarnations, that of Saturn,
    • itself. I have said that during the Old Moon evolution there was a
    • exactly the image which presents itself to the eye of the spiritual
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    • the Earth first appeared it had absorbed into itself three preceding
    • Saturn spirits. And what is left upon the earth itself Spirits of the
    • mission of the West, can never separate itself from an actual, a
    • evolution manifest itself if we look back upon it with spiritual
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    • veil itself is pure or corrupt, it is easy to understand that in
    • offshoots from itself. This may happen for a time, but it would no
    • external world; the brain itself grows to greater perfection under
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    • the Godhead found in it not merely an image of itself, but was able
    • senses as well as into itself to find the spirit, because it
    • ... And the Indian consciousness named that which spread itself out
    • it was able to receive into itself the sublime sun-spirit in its most
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    • in which the etheric body is to a certain extent drawing itself out
    • retain in itself none of the forces which it formerly possessed. In
    • of present-day humanity is to absorb into itself that which can only
    • a position to bear an etheric body itself and able to send back
    • which has entered it, it will find itself in a sphere in which it
    • the physical body. Furthermore the etheric body must make itself fit
    • flames of fire. We may therefore say that even the air itself has
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    • the soul itself. And we pointed out how through the appearance of
    • separated itself from the earth in order to be a dwelling place for
    • difficult for ordinary consciousness to transport itself into that
    • wonderful post-Atlantean culture and to identify itself with a soul
    • civilisation repeats itself in certain phenomena of the fifth, i.e.
    • what is obtained by the soul when it steeps itself in contemplation
    • developed as it then was, raised itself up to Ahura Mazdao, the
    • but it revealed itself to his innermost being in the form of the
    • external, for the outer world had already withdrawn itself
    • external world itself. Nevertheless those who had learned to
    • we see how the essential nature of an entire people expressed itself
    • ancestry. In order to perceive that which develops itself in time we
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    • civilisations, as well as of the earth itself. We build up within
    • the number seven; that which repeats itself in various forms can very
    • groups itself in space; that which runs its course inwardly, groups
    • itself in time. Hence everything which is to speak to the inner being
    • ancestry and descent, the blood poured — itself from generation
    • it divides itself into good and evil. Of the twelve points of
    • forsakes its sphere of eternity and takes into itself created things
    • wisdom itself. The Buddha is the Bodhisattva who has become an earth
    • Teacher; He is Life, a Life that pours itself into the other beings,
    • had now to be given time to experience in itself the advent of Christ
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    • calling itself anthropology. As it is practised, anthropology
    • of continually revealing itself anew to the striving soul. Throughout
    • first step into matter itself, we have the fifth sense. We enter into
    • and unites with what the tongue itself secretes. The reciprocal
    • much a sense by itself as is taste or smell.
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    • This superhuman atma, or spirit man, expresses itself by
    • itself. You can visualize it approximately by imagining a sponge
    • and this process of being squeezed out communicates itself to
    • in the astral body, and it expresses itself as a feeling of freedom,
    • disturbed it can re-establish itself automatically. If we stretch out
    • equalization the sense of movement manifests itself.
    • sense, to extend itself.
    • manifests itself in pressure, stroking and pulling as a process of
    • consciousness soul itself, which comes into action in the process of
    • not only in itself but in the substance. What it thus experiences it
    • body itself, which is of an astral nature. It transmits the sense of
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    • sound and sound itself.
    • string, a column of air, etc.) divides itself unassisted by
    • itself? That this is a question by itself can be seen from the fact
    • the sentient soul that makes itself felt. From above there streams
    • itself up, without being touched by a visibly incorporated will. In
    • blood-stream had to raise itself in man to the vertical in order to
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    • outer phenomena itself.
    • itself that shows us that in bygone times he was differently
    • that is directed inward. This form of thinking, having itself as the
    • In itself that is not erroneous because in prehistoric times man
    • is wrong. It must be explained through the soul itself, the visible
    • perceives. Speech itself is at first mere imitation, and the child
    • of the gods. It was infused into the ego before the latter itself was
    • current employed by the speech-giving spirits, and the larynx itself
    • being intelligent itself. Phenomena resembling memory can appear in
    • the animal world, but not memory itself.
    • must be able to produce within itself a counter-current.
    • out of itself. Through spiritual science we can even indicate the
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    • starting with what it can itself experience here in the physical
    • If we would study this soul life by itself, within its
    • The outer world must reveal itself to the soul by way of the body.
    • itself within the soul. The point is to keep firmly in mind that the
    • desire, manifesting itself in love and hate. On the other side the
    • today — manifests itself in the soul and expresses itself in
    • love and hate, and reasoning. This manifests itself in various ways.
    • When a judgment is reached within the soul itself, the
    • faintly a sensation of color or tone. Speech itself could teach us
    • conceptions that originate in the outer world, but it does not itself
    • yielded something that constitutes the soul within itself. The
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    • expresses itself here as youth naturally does. Goethe wrote it when
    • that presents itself to the soul life as an outer world.
    • makes itself felt as uneasiness, and an examination of this condition
    • fulfillment of the soul's desires and outer life itself. When this
    • itself on all sides, something surging to this boundary and there
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    • My mind doth lose itself in gazing:
    • Even thought itself can compass not the soul,
    • through which the soul experiences itself most profoundly in its
    • itself, as it were. Desires seem to arise in the center of the soul
    • surging from the center in all directions and expressing itself in
    • the moment during which the soul experiences itself within, so to
    • external matter you cannot say that the seal itself does not enter
    • seal and into which the crest has stamped itself. Just as the seal
    • yields nothing out of itself but the crest, so the outer world
    • tone itself, but what we have had in the way of experiences of love
    • outermost bounds, and this manifests itself in the phenomenon of
    • then, manifests itself as a special form of desire. But at the moment
    • within the soul, that it wore off within the soul life itself, as it
    • advances and is then compelled to withdraw into itself, inner
    • contact with the outer world but when it is turned back into itself
    • weights on a scale, the feeling of hope is complete in itself. The
    • The soul of itself cannot judge truth; the basis of truth is
    • achieves satisfaction within itself? We find feeling. So when desire
    • Considered by itself, the character of our desires
    • expresses itself in the fact that these are directed toward external
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    • thought. We saw that thought itself become poetically creative, as it
    • powerful soul life that seeks to express itself in telling images.
    • itself, you would discover interest in what is willed. In short,
    • into itself acts upon something that is contained in the continuous
    • active force, conscious of itself.
    • to speak; it is not itself present. Then it begins to unite with all
    • itself.
    • reflects back into itself the current of the etheric body. This gives
    • soul makes upon itself, readily attested by the soul; every soul
    • corresponding to the human ego element itself.
    • the unconsciously flowing visualizations positively behind itself.
    • body, has entered the etheric body — has itself, so to speak,
    • has the unconsciously onward-flowing visualizations behind itself,
    • body and receives visualizations out of the past, itself becomes a
    • impression occurs? In that case the ego itself must gather what is to
    • therefore itself be transformed into a mirror within the etheric
    • expresses itself in the physical world, are we able actually to use
    • must fortify itself from the astral current that flows to meet the
    • seen from within, reflecting itself within itself. Only the ego
    • visualization is active in the etheric body, not the ego itself. What
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    • by itself. He took seriously this inclination to differentiate soul
    • itself and passes over to willing. Advancing from mere emotions to
    • death, other than that the spirit finds itself in a rather
    • to perfect itself, it must feel the longing for it. Therefore, it is
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    • than the approach itself. A modern science of external corporeality
    • people who deny the reality of the subject itself, the soul. Not only
    • subject itself, as such.
    • itself to him as he is in ordinary life. Against this objection only
    • stating that the spiritual world had indeed manifested itself through
    • itself in any way in the outer world. Against this, an objection has
    • world of truth is in itself sufficient to convince us that we
    • itself. He maintains that the spirit reveals itself in the presence
    • as it is now the fashion to call them, expressed itself in the
    • itself could explain — that is, prove — a philosophy like
    • not of itself point to a spiritual world, unless we know of it
    • When the outer world has created for itself a reflecting
    • sensible itself.
    • wise good, a world that reveals itself as anything but good.
    • world picture presents itself as follows. Down below, objects and
    • itself to man as ideas — the world sphere in which the divine
    • contradicted the assertion itself. Now, Dr. Unger has rightly shown
    • contradiction that leads to inferences refuting the assertion itself.
    • imagination, for while the human soul and the world itself must in
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    • reacting to an outer impression at all. It did not say to itself,
    • fail to agree with our perception. The rose cross itself, for
    • we have performed something that manifests itself as intrinsically
    • visualization itself and transforms it. It becomes something that may
    • itself to what we may call the imaginative world. Just as there is a
    • itself quite realistically the moment it appears. When our soul
    • that this life of visualizations expresses itself independently of
    • expresses itself in what is called ‘imagination,’
    • itself, but merely kept wanting to experience desires and emotions —
    • What manifested itself could therefore only express itself in
    • science itself can give, but I had to do this in order that tomorrow
    • itself.
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    • immerse itself again and again in a corporeality, in a sort of
    • the other hand, this imaginative world stamps itself as pertaining,
    • reveals itself in the laws of nature with that inner quiet
    • as the hand feels itself to be a member of the organism, and he would
    • search in the human ego, in so far as the latter manifests itself in
    • incarnation in a corporeality is the way the spirit reveals itself to
    • manifest itself in this longing for incarnation only after it has
    • been embodied and has started back. The Divinity manifests itself as
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    • itself was still organically united by living ties to Nature. And it
    • itself was created. Yet the alphabetical word ought to be the
    • was able to receive into itself the imperishable soul. These ancestors
    • the human soul. By slow degrees the human soul itself built up the
    • itself of chaos, of all disharmony, and his inner life of soul must
    • confusion, for the life of instincts and impulses is itself a seething
    • brought about in humanity itself by this harmony: peace among men of
    • science, shall pass over into life itself.
    • Christianity itself which will form the subject of a later lecture.
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    • awakening and only then was the sacred Act itself performed. It took
    • beings, for the sunlight was within the earth itself. This was not the
    • together and the inner Light revealed itself to them. To those who
    • shine forth in all mankind. The physical earth itself will then fall
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    • withdraws into the darkness but can find within itself the inner,
    • remote past. It is as if from the Christmas Tree itself there
    • of the symbol itself. Yet as late as 353 A.D., 353 years after Christ
    • know how to decipher what reveals itself there, so we can perceive
    • human soul itself, strong, innocent, tranquil, leading us along our
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    • very depths of the human heart. Yet in itself it is not quite
    • ‘Nört,’ but the name ‘Ing’ itself, whence Ingaevones,
    • assert itself, when the Asen had supplanted the Wanen, the old
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha itself, into how a super-sensible Being entered
    • these things, mathematical cognition is in itself a proof that before
    • bring knowledge of what is coming to pass within the earth itself. In
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    • importance is attached than to the Christmas Festival itself, namely,
    • Exoterically, the date itself throws some light; esoterically, the
    • universal baptism — a rebirth from out of the water. This in itself
    • and then only gradually, for the human body to receive into itself the
    • nothing else than to see the soul itself as a Star. But when is the
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    • as late as the year A.D. 353, in Rome itself, this festival was not
    • Event of Golgotha itself, and for some time afterwards. For at that
    • centuries this was a Mystery which addressed itself to a living wisdom
    • concerns itself wholly with the man Jesus of Nazareth. But Jesus of
    • Nazareth. This truth is expressed in history itself in a profound way.
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    • in so far as it feels itself truly Man. We must realise that this
    • the Atlantean epoch. Geology itself realises that when we walk over
    • earth. Geologists have acknowledged this and external science itself,
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    • humanity itself progresses.
    • Ego in its relation to the Non-Ego in its comprehension of itself
    • earth-cycle itself produces. Our earth, however, throughout the
    • sufficient unto itself, as we might say. What does this mean? It means
    • order that the spiritual-soul might prepare itself in the right way
    • showing itself, in mankind to-day, as the faculty of logical thought.
    • thought itself only developed as time went on. What Buddha
    • itself in another world to which he had no access but for which he
    • earth itself and in what evolves from one age to another. When the
    • different side. He had to draw into human nature itself, to incarnate
    • the Bodhisattva is there where the spiritual soul builds itself into
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    • in the first? Because the ball itself underwent a change before it was
    • thrown into the vessel; and having itself been made hot it brings
    • where and when his particular lack is making itself felt. If we are
    • departments of life; Science itself talks in the same way. The world
    • particular quality, so that the child itself will desire to acquire
    • but we must study life itself in the light of that law.’
    • draught, an elixir of life which ever anew pours itself into our souls
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    • influence having made itself felt in the Lemurian epoch?
    • not, as soon as the luciferic influence made itself felt, immediately
    • inward being how to give itself the impulse after having descended
    • become what it was to be, when that ego takes into itself the great
    • decision within itself to develop increasingly a likeness to God, it
    • develop itself. Hence all the spiritual impulses were to be taken into
    • the innermost of the soul, even into the ego itself; they were all to
    • physical body. What has entered that? Illness only expresses itself in
    • the physical body. The trouble itself is first in the etheric body;
    • that then expresses itself in a subsequent incarnation as illness in
    • itself. But if the ego transmutes itself in imitation of the
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    • Solomonian Jesus Being was as perfect as possible in itself as regards
    • feel the law, the conformity to law, outside itself, but feels that it
    • perfection, is able to take habits into itself. The physical body of
    • permeate itself with what was the pattern of Christ. That enabled man
    • develop the strength it can find within itself: the inner support of
    • is pure and unalloyed; only here can it become conscious of itself.
    • is hostile to what implants itself as a germ in later ages. What the
    • to the Christ-Impulse itself, for He says to the Apostles:
    • must be found in the Ego itself. The time has now come when this must
    • of Christianity and of the Christ Being Itself, from a Higher
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    • the like. There he found that from which the soul itself came forth:
    • existence. In reality this is in itself as great and mighty a fact as
    • to free itself from certain thoughts which it has absorbed. Hence
    • to continue, there must be, not only that which repeats itself day by
    • of itself, must feel the resistance to Spirituality so that it may
    • but the Land itself is concealed, even from those most initiated among
    • allow itself, through what comes with the Halley Comet, to be lead
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    • different forms; it will discover itself as something which man had to
    • development of the human soul. The content itself passes away! Only
    • or Spiritual-Soul, the ego gradually develops, crystallising itself
    • it felt itself related to Christ? What had happened to the souls who
    • power as does the Spiritual-Soul itself when it appears; but yet with
    • re-experiencing, in itself, the Event of Damascus. We are therefore
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    • and ought to have been felt as such in the earth itself, and was so
    • accepting the historic Jesus. Professor Drews' book itself demands the
    • obtain a purely abstract idea, which in itself might be contradicted?
    • the matter itself places us in a difficult position, for the
    • itself. Some years after, if it should transpire that this person's
    • the spirit — if it looks to the spirit which shows itself, and
    • of a far-distant, not-yet-accomplished act. It will show itself as an
    • us. For this reason Theosophy is in itself no egotistical movement,
    • for it does not concern itself with what benefits the individual alone
    • could not alarm as Kant does: ‘The thing-in-itself is
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    • manifests itself in a wide variety of degrees until we reach the
    • even greater obstacles for itself in its cloud of visions than during
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    • no knowledge of itself, not, at least, in the world in which we live!
    • itself. For it is out of the Sun sphere that our etheric body must
    • fact that it did not limit itself to one people and one epoch.
    • Christ impulse, this impulse itself will eventually enable all men on
    • will achieve over the whole earth. The Christ impulse itself must
    • and its value determined by life itself, and it will establish itself
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    • transforms itself in the passage from Mars to Jupiter as orchestral
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    • on earth. This, to begin with, clothes itself in our vision. The
    • a fact that presents itself to occult observation as the consequence
    • because community does not arise there of itself. This is also an
    • essence that is contained in Christianity itself.
    • has contracted to the minutest dimensions, but has drawn into itself
    • the forces of the wide expanse of the whole cosmos unites itself with
    • itself is concerned, the connection that is experienced with the
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    • consciousness. Moreover, the soul frequently tries to delude itself
    • nature directs itself according to spiritual-scientific
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    • materialism. Consider how their union will take hold of life itself!
    • the cosmic expanse has concentrated itself again in an embryo borne
    • the spirit in which the study itself takes on the nature of a prayer.
    • science will be abler to transform itself into a true spiritual life
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    • The question presents itself as to whether or not the dead are able
    • Christ as the Sun Spirit. The ego has emancipated itself from the light
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    • and children. This expressed itself approximately in the following
    • world spiritually dumb, lacking the capacity to open itself rightly.
    • that manifests itself on earth in this or that artistic form, that
    • You may well make use of the following picture. Let it impress itself
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    • this in itself is sufficient for him to feel it a duty to work
    • those he has left behind because that family has not connected itself
    • this form in consciousness, but it need not be so in the soul itself.
    • not anthroposophists, has proved itself to be particularly beautiful.
    • It has shown itself to be a special service and one of the greatest
    • reveals itself of special importance. It is also of importance for
    • death gradually fulfills itself. In reality we slowly die from birth
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    • it does not repeat itself in other realms. The creative powers have
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    • itself. Man in his totality is not an earth being, and his physical
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    • In the depths of his soul, however, this can reveal itself as an all
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    • burdens itself the human soul could disappear in the course of
    • within the plant, but life itself always eludes such scientific
    • but nothing about life itself. The investigation of life is for the
    • never death itself. Death does not exist in the realms beyond the
    • corpse. The brain thinks but it cannot think itself. We see a portion
    • comes upon the fact that the departed soul links itself to ancestors
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    • to men straight out of language itself, and they know very little
    • Being. That is: out of the concept itself one can deduce that,
    • nicely as a stream or beck. Is the water itself endowed with
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    • for itself, “one”, “seven”, etc., can exist
    • material phenomena is in itself devoid of meaning. It has no real
    • can direct itself, independently of the world. According to this
    • example, the human soul — can build up existence in itself. But
    • that there is such a being that can build up existence in itself, and
    • force concepts outwards from within itself. For Leibnitz, this being
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
    • thought; the world discloses itself only to someone who knows that
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    • through certain cognitional forces in the soul itself. A man can be a
    • world, whatever shows itself to me externally.” One can do this
    • express itself. What help is there in speculations about the will? It
    • the contrary, just when by surrendering itself it is without will.”
    • may arise from within itself and appear as the real inner solution of
    • that it will say to itself: “Yes, in the world there is
    • as we can consider the Earth for itself alone, so also with regard to
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    • progressed to Empiricism and has at the same time placed itself in
    • from Mysticism to Empiricism, and the latter has placed itself in the
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • of Mathematism, cannot establish itself. The consequence is that the
    • and seeks an outlet by placing itself in opposition to the direction
    • Voluntarism in the direction of Mathematism, but would place itself
    • the soul-activity and this becomes visible to itself. The brain has
    • ourselves in these four lectures should inscribe itself deeply into
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    • to men straight out of language itself, and they know very little
    • Being. That is: out of the concept itself one can deduce that,
    • nicely as a stream or beck. Is the water itself endowed with
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    • for itself, “one”, “seven”, etc., can exist
    • material phenomena is in itself devoid of meaning. It has no real
    • can direct itself, independently of the world. According to this
    • example, the human soul — can build up existence in itself. But
    • that there is such a being that can build up existence in itself, and
    • force concepts outwards from within itself. For Leibnitz, this being
    • except that which manifests itself through sense-impressions; this I
    • thought; the world discloses itself only to someone who knows that
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    • through certain cognitional forces in the soul itself. A man can be a
    • world, whatever shows itself to me externally.” One can do this
    • express itself. What help is there in speculations about the will? It
    • the contrary, just when by surrendering itself it is without will.”
    • may arise from within itself and appear as the real inner solution of
    • that it will say to itself: “Yes, in the world there is
    • as we can consider the Earth for itself alone, so also with regard to
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    • progressed to Empiricism and has at the same time placed itself in
    • from Mysticism to Empiricism, and the latter has placed itself in the
    • expresses itself. Hence this configuration, Voluntarism in the sign
    • of Mathematism, cannot establish itself. The consequence is that the
    • and seeks an outlet by placing itself in opposition to the direction
    • Voluntarism in the direction of Mathematism, but would place itself
    • the soul-activity and this becomes visible to itself. The brain has
    • ourselves in these four lectures should inscribe itself deeply into
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    • and comprehensible in itself.
    • can itself be first cause, so that what proceeds from it represents a
    • continually asserts itself and which stands as a great consolation
    • poet's soul opens wide, goes out of itself and learns to feel
    • appears as if it went out of itself and became wider and wider. What,
    • deeply with spiritual science know that the I works out from itself
    • of dispersing. What then does life do? It sets itself again and again
    • the disintegration in itself. Far more does it ever and again rescue
    • substance from decay, sets itself against decay. Thus, inasmuch as
    • life ever renews the substance which is falling to pieces in itself,
    • takes up matter from outside, incorporates it into itself, inasmuch
    • as portions of itself become destroyed: a process through which life
    • preserve itself and must be seized upon by life in order to prevent
    • always renew itself inwardly in this way. It must have reached a
    • higher stage, if it is to renew itself from itself. Only a life that
    • is so strong in itself that it perpetually bears death within can
    • has death in itself? You need only look at the life of man and
    • special fluid”. Human life renews itself continually out of the
    • life, creates itself continuously out of death. If the living could
    • the life below which just raises itself from physical material, there
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    • little of evil; materialism simply does not concern itself with evil.
    • will incorporate itself afresh so has it also perfected itself out of
    • became enthusiasm and love itself. Had only wisdom exercised its
    • Lucifer is the bearer of light; the Elohim are light itself. If the
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    • presents itself as the greatest riddle of existence; so that when
    • a definite goal, a summit of the living being, which shows itself in
    • itself has brought forth. We understand the work of the ego only when
    • and purified, maintains itself. So long as this amount lasts he lives
    • takes a substance into oneself; in itself, there is no poison.
    • something which proves itself in life to be a spiritual means of
    • into the happiness of life, the more will anthroposophy prove itself
    • does not assert itself by mere logic. It is not to be merely
    • demonstrated — it will prove itself in life.
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    • have confidence that karma itself will dictate to us what we shall
    • we, as Anthroposophists, have to perform. Karma will reveal itself to
    • itself externally, but also one which will react upon the bow itself.
    • itself. Something which happens through the bending of the bow reacts,
    • the object by which the effect itself was caused. This comes nearer to
    • that thing or being itself; nevertheless we must not call the
    • thirteenth year would have shown itself in later life and would have
    • which had been repressed now begins to assert itself, appearing as
    • similar cases, that law can itself say to us: ‘an event is
    • Thus the law of karma itself may be a source of consolation if we
    • years does not manifest itself until the very evening of life. A man
    • itself, and not the effect it produces; but the other consciousness
    • individual life itself, but are the effects of causes perceived in
    • and this will show itself in the development of his individuality in
    • and this impulse can make itself
    • revealing itself in so many different ways, in entirely different
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    • Moon detached itself, no change took place in them. They simply
    • power to raise itself above pain, and to triumph by means of it. That
    • concerning itself only with outward physical space, man has paid in a
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    • discover the karmic cause of health, it will have to occupy itself a
    • body itself is changed, but only that all kinds of disturbances and
    • remain; it is unable of itself to repair the injury. For this reason,
    • itself entirely different forms, and develops entirely different
    • etheric body of a plant replies to a similar injury to itself. But
    • body which adapts itself completely to the physical body; so that if
    • first to heal itself and then the corresponding member in the physical
    • makes the etheric body subservient to itself. A being such as a plant,
    • the more does a being open itself to the external world. Thus the
    • imprints itself on his physical body also. How does this come about?
    • within itself the power to bring forth what it formerly had, we shall
    • itself all the more surely and deeply into our inner being, and
    • superficial life in one incarnation — expresses itself in the
    • incarnation this tendency to lying manifests itself in incorrectly
    • more does the astral body imprint itself into the etheric body and
    • find in the same life the causes of much that manifests itself as
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    • itself; if we follow the process of healing impartially —
    • and imprints itself into the plastic forces, which then construct a
    • itself that forces are imprinted in him by means of which he will
    • karma were, to have the force of progressing during this life itself by
    • set to work in life must not presume to place itself along with this
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    • to the treatment of illness and the illness itself, but would no
    • longer concern itself with any such connection. The idea of the
    • influencing our organism itself. As we see, a complex of conceptions,
    • attached little value to itself, becoming absorbed only in
    • physical plane itself those qualities, on account of which the illness
    • could let it live by itself and withdraw from the healthy part the
    • not yet healthy, so as to treat it by itself. On the contrary, through
    • satisfaction itself he could derive the necessary force to carry on
    • This soul condition will prove itself to be such that the personality
    • human organism itself. We are tempted to dispose of the latter
    • Is not chance itself inclined to make us suspicious of the way it is
    • itself. Thus he was led to this intense feeling of being a ‘child
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    • demonstrated, a cause of illness asserts itself from within man. But
    • is this consciousness? A consciousness expresses itself in
    • of disease within us which in no way manifests itself through pain.
    • and re-birth is so transformed that the etheric body itself awakens,
    • Something in him, namely, the thing itself, will do this without his
    • deeper-lying strata of human consciousness itself. Grotesque as it may
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    • therefore say that in every case where pain makes itself felt, we are
    • the ahrimanic influence has been able to insinuate itself into this
    • then this influence is the more malicious. It anchors itself not only
    • body. It manifests itself in a consciousness lying deeper than our
    • Testament. After Lucifer's influence had made itself felt, as is
    • describe as the normal? When our present solar system organised itself
    • which shaped itself for the present existence after the Moon existence
    • forces of the earth itself. When the volcano throws out its lava,
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    • showing itself through old inherited characteristics, in images, or
    • his logic may be sound in itself but is reflected in a deformed manner
    • itself; with these revelations of the super-sensible world we can
    • itself with our innermost being is able to have a transforming effect
    • presents itself when things are even more distant, when, for instance,
    • challenges and attracts to itself the ahrimanic influence in the next
    • materialism presented itself to their souls, and so a mind directed
    • Graeco-Latin culture stands by itself, but that the Egyptian-Chaldean
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    • certain karmic matters with which mankind had burdened itself in
    • presented by Spiritual Science, thus addresses itself to those souls
    • itself with the moral impulses emanating from the soul of man and
    • the organism itself in the next incarnation. A deep working into and
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    • substance itself as to what form it takes in the external world, but
    • light by methods which themselves are coarser than the light itself.
    • itself indicates what should lead to the overcoming of the
    • darkness or obscurity. Everything really presenting itself
    • that the organism has within it the forces with which to help itself.
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    • evolution of mankind itself both meaning and significance are to be
    • could not of itself make a direct beginning. It had to obtain certain
    • a thing by itself, which is continuous in itself, in a similar way to
    • the ‘destiny’ of human evolution itself.
    • sentence itself shows that it refers to a characteristic of the Elohim
    • ‘free will’ itself is incorrect, for man only becomes free
    • nature of Light. At the present day science itself is subject to
    • that against which Anthroposophy must show itself to be a spiritual
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    • it presents itself before Maria in the forms of
    • itself like a dark veil before it, so that any impressions recede
    • physical gaze and also the dawning clairvoyant gaze, revealing itself
    • All that a true self-knowledge can discover in itself
    • — all that a soul can perceive within itself,
    • with all the imperfections it has to ascribe to itself, all this is
    • itself, something belonging intimately to itself but not always
    • tears itself away from what one generally calls the inner life; that
    • in life, tears itself out of the inner being and seems to go off
    • how it seems to insinuate itself among the other
    • the soul gradually prepare itself. You will find this, carefully
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    • border region between the two worlds and the threshold itself over
    • tear itself away from destruction. Because Ahriman is active in this
    • This shows itself particularly when people,
    • When the human soul takes on the task of making itself
    • there, it takes on itself, more than anything else, a task that
    • that it thrusts itself into the sensual desires. The kind of love due
    • the spiritual world hurls itself away from there into the sensual
    • without letting itself be led astray in the everyday physical sense
    • how to conduct itself in the right way through meeting the Guardian
    • of the Threshold. But suppose a soul, having made itself clairvoyant
    • erroneous, refutes itself. In the case of its greatest mistake —
    • it refutes itself even in the sense world. If you press
    • Schopenhauer's statement, it will show itself up as a fallacy,
    • for you will be guided by life itself to distinguish between iron
    • iron of 900 degrees that will cause no pain. Life itself reveals the
    • the physical sense world does not tell itself: “Here you may
    • ostrich; as a matter of fact, the soul stupefies itself in regard to
    • soul mood, mastering within itself all the emotions and passions that
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    • consciousness which the human soul can develop in itself will change
    • preparing itself for the peculiarities and requirements there —
    • weak to be able to change itself continuously and adapt itself to
    • can then immerse itself in other entities without losing itself in the
    • physical body if it wants to unfold itself there. Then in the
    • to free itself from physical constraints, he may imagine himself to
    • adapting and conducting itself differently on this side and that. We
    • itself, as a human being in the physical world could remain
    • entity in itself. You thrust your consciousness into a place, it
    • sympathy and antipathy appear as it transforms itself into this or
    • adapts itself correctly to the requirements of each world and does
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    • too, outside the physical and etheric bodies can observe itself
    • itself can be said to flow out of the pictures. It can therefore
    • performance but also will reveal itself on every side to the
    • through life experience itself. I have continually said: The chapter
    • be contradicted only by life itself. Kant's argument, too, in regard
    • itself Cosmic Word — begins to find itself at home, so that,
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    • in combining the atoms revealed itself as a spiritual principle among
    • multiplied itself. Almost every day he pondered the tale.
    • establish, setting up on that island everything that separates itself
    • individual and unfolds itself in the fellowship of others. The spoken
    • The element of speech, the Word, finds itself therefore
    • forces, the Word itself is laid hold of only to a certain extent.
    • the fact that writing, which carries the ahrimanic element in itself,
    • enlivening story of the fortress that multiplied itself into a great
    • itself the rightful progress of world events. The meditating human
    • wants to prepare itself for knowledge of the spiritual world
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    • modern culture in regard to anything expressing itself as
    • between death and a new birth, it weaves itself so mysteriously into
    • itself on the physical plane and brings about your destiny in large
    • happens in the spiritual world stamps itself upon the physical World.
    • soul is aware that it can say of itself, “You now are only what
    • human soul itself, as it grows into life in the spiritual worlds, has
    • itself only as a point. But then this point becomes a spectator and
    • now it finds itself belonging as a third entity to two others. The
    • perceive itself as our past life. The second member of the triad is
    • third, the middle part, the mere point-like part, develops itself and
    • developing itself within the spiritual world. In that world we thus
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    • itself and this then forms his environment during the time he is living in
    • growing as a living thought-being itself.
    • it were looking at a photograph of itself. Instead, what is
    • is that it is itself the unity of these three beings. And one must be
    • existence off by itself. The remarkable thing about growing up into
    • itself is complex. To approach it means to ascend step by step into
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    • our true ego is able to clothe itself in all our weaknesses, all our
    • itself out in our weaknesses, in everything we should really forsake
    • the soul has the impulse to see itself as it really is, clinging to
    • the elemental world takes our etheric body into itself. If one has
    • the human etheric body itself. One can describe this pictorially and
    • just described gradually adapts itself to the soul world. In the
    • itself from the true ego; it is in the ego that he will live from
    • itself and is absorbed in all directions, so that the environment we
    • discover, although it discloses itself to the clairvoyant soul. We
    • efforts to understand how this movement of ours can make itself felt,
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    • when it transcends itself.” All the various religions, all
    • something by it, and the fact that we destroy expresses itself in our
    • That which then presents itself to the occult vision teaches us that
    • Earth-being itself. What do we see when we turn towards plants which
    • presents itself to us in an unusual way. In the first place, we need
    • It is badly painted. The look of the Child, the whole Child itself,
    • itself give him any clue. In such a case it can be found, when we
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    • existence perishes again. But now the other fact forces itself on our
    • truths. The other side is that which presents itself to man when he
    • presents itself to us.
    • countless others and will prove itself to be an expression of the
    • presents itself in the visionary world, we should have to compare an
    • itself progresses and a new polarity appears which represents a new
    • existence. This Divine consciousness first forms copies of itself. In
    • everything within itself. But the Divine consciousness is not
    • same content as itself. But these beings must first fulfil the law,
    • Therefore, if the human soul looks but deeply enough into itself, and
    • finds within itself the stage where gods are accomplishing their
    • addresses to itself: —
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    • civilization Greek life reveals itself as one of exceptional freedom.
    • and forms itself grammatically in speech. One lives in the word. The
    • was, in a sense, a Roman discovery. The right that lends itself to
    • how Christianity pervaded Roman civilization, allowing itself to be
    • life, its spiritual content, out of itself, only the external
    • must liberate itself from the Romanism we have described not through
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    • itself an ahrimanically perverted perception of sense reality. As
    • seen in wider connections, shows itself as a counterbalancing force to
    • land of Palestine as a human historical figure. Palestine itself is
    • through mankind that will forever address itself to the super-earthly;
    • mankind itself is the Christ, and He works always before and after
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    • impresses itself into men's impulses. People know nothing of it,
    • however, and are unaware that it lives in and inserts itself into
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    • presented but that can also be understood to some extent by itself. I
    • stand behind it, conjuring it out of itself, as it were, just as a
    • other. Rather, at certain times what comes later places itself
    • imparted knowledge itself must contain a certain force that brings
    • forth good through itself, actually and really to bring forth of
    • itself what is good.
    • must be so ordered that it engenders the good through itself and its
    • hate in which modern civilization finds itself. It was written by a
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    • the one hand, and on the other so to mechanize earthly life itself, to
    • the irregular post-Atlantean culture lived itself out. Whereas the
    • and impulses transforms itself into the problem of happiness or
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    • to pay taxes to the State, this fact, in itself not very important,
    • itself to him. The initiate thus became conscious of it and sought to
    • And twining swift and secret on itself
    • snake consume the gold and then sacrifice itself. By this deed the
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    • in itself does not tell us much; it is only to make things clear.
    • every twenty-four hours, but the earth itself revolves, and also moves
    • calmly wait. The grain will certainly grow again by itself.” Such
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    • divines that this world of thought relates itself to an actual
    • reality, just as the image seen in a looking glass relates itself to
    • but also by the Spirit itself it could rule practical life, could
    • industry. That was Wisdom, with impelling force for life itself. By
    • ancient soul-vision, and reason more and more freed itself from the
    • the feudal origin of our abstract science and knowledge shows itself
    • first revealing itself as the Mysteries of the Heavens and of the
    • original Spiritual life struggling to release itself from the Economic
    • life, and with hard labour working itself free.
    • abstract life of reason has endeavoured to permeate itself with a
    • Central Europe, and this intimate knowledge reflects itself in the way
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    • force, having previously prepared itself, set up the very strongest
    • aggrandizement of their own nation, a nation thinking only of itself.
    • through the connection of generations, as it expresses itself in the
    • Festival itself is one of those that has been adopted in the course of
    • evolution from out of the very faith itself.
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    • new. For what we seek within the destructive force itself can
    • we call Ambition, particularly when it expresses itself as a judging
    • Earth depends on whether humanity on this Earth unites itself not now
    • arisen the greatness of Greek culture itself, that unique ancient art,
    • form. The fact that the Mystery of Golgotha had clothed itself in what
    • When the time is ripe — and it is preparing itself — Ahriman
    • in the West places itself, so that the forces in opposition are
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    • Spiritual Science, reveals itself to us out of the Spiritual World.
    • as Cosmic knowledge wills to reveal itself to us from out of the
    • Spirit of the Cosmos itself, which for decades has been seeking
    • can bring to the earthly world, the world that is destroying itself
    • Cosmic Year which is passing away, may contact itself with the dawning
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    • up. Through some of its leaders, mankind feels itself induced to
    • soul falls into that mood which desires above all to deliver itself up
    • religious forces it can unburden itself of the necessity of calling
    • manifest itself, according to which they can argue logically. They do
    • force compelling them from within, manifesting itself in proof which
    • happening in our times and which, left to itself, must lead to
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    • life of will itself, and yet we find that thinking, feeling and
    • the sun-like being itself. What we see everywhere in mineral, in plant
    • former we recognize that there is something that expresses itself in
    • the moon-force something that expresses itself in degeneration and
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    • initiation is proving itself of use in every branch of human life and
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    • variety of animal forms, and finally the human physical form itself.
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    • this fact in itself should lead to a revived intensification of them
    • lily is really expecting something. It says to itself: Men will pass
    • expand in their being because their free individuality can pour itself
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    • presents itself in pictures, and we must ask, How do these arise? They
    • that an imagination presents itself to us. It is different from
    • ground plan would have presented itself — there is something
    • inner exaltation, shutting itself off and concentrating within itself
    • manifests itself in the course of the seasons, was known only to those
    • presents itself as a sort of fortress in the cosmos. From the outside,
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    • itself, while a rose is not. A rose can have no existence other than
    • — cannot come into being of itself. So if we imagine the flower
    • into itself. In addition to the familiar burgeoning life of spring and
    • into the earth itself and become intimately connected with it. Such is
    • with the earth itself becomes related to the cosmic environment in
    • with an earth that had drawn all its spirituality into itself. But for
    • — the time when the whole earth opens itself to the cosmos. One
    • fancies itself practical. A suggestion such as the one just mentioned
    • itself will sharpen and refine their capacity for sentient
    • revealing itself to us concretely, when it can bring us comfort,
    • When the human Gemüt will have received into itself
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    • thinking which experiences itself within him he extends himself
    • prophetic force in itself. You will begin to feel the dawn as
    • out; the matter presents itself differently. Here, for instance, we
    • separates itself off from all material existence. The experience of
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    • extinct. This book devotes itself to the question of heredity in this
    • through the gate of death it always presents itself in a form. That
    • rebirth this form transforms itself into the head of the next
    • away from physical materiality that which has the tendency in itself
    • expresses itself in the body — and transform it into the
    • man which would not only balance itself karmically, but which would
    • influence manifests itself in the fact of heredity. As against this,
    • the rising mist forms itself into clouds, these beings have to give
    • mist with yellowish-grey Ahrimanic forms building itself into clouds;
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    • psychic spiritual being the matter presents itself in the following
    • But something else presents itself; that which from
    • case that the spiritual inner part of nature takes into itself of our
    • shining ego. Now this resulting gesture and physiognomy unites itself
    • itself felt in the life of our soul.
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    • inner nature of these rocks reveals itself as permeable to
    • present like an eye of the earth itself for the whole cosmos.
    • itself developed independence, whereas in the first Saturn period it
    • atmosphere; if in an infinitely finely divided state lead itself did
    • that concerning the past experiences of the earth itself the ordinary
    • The way in which a child raises itself from the crawling position to
    • can observe in earthly life — this realization of itself as a
    • child learns to raise itself upright from its horizontal crawling
    • the raising itself of the child from crawling to standing upright and
    • tendency from a former earth life. This reveals itself primarily in
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    • that the earth in general carries within itself various kinds of
    • shows itself in those early ages as something quite different. If we
    • itself into it. Not only was it alive, it was also differentiated in
    • itself, how the plant-world comes down to the earth from out of the
    • his own being which itself is still united with the whole earth. And
    • incorporates itself into the chalk. But the chalk retains the cosmic
    • gristly forms; it permeates them, impregnates them with itself. And
    • gradually dissolved, the mass which, as we have seen, formed itself
    • divided state. This finely divided sulphur united itself with other
    • of all this arose something which condensed more into itself.
    • itself. Animals arose possessed of what I may just as well call wings
    • more out of the forces of the earth itself, and which remind us too
    • still of a psychic and spiritual nature, sinking itself in the ether.
    • were compared with the oak-tree of today! (The oak itself is not
    • differentiated itself and then became physical.
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    • into itself the thought of the head; and then, how something from the
    • forth. But in speaking, the air transforms itself into the next
    • it transformed itself into air; when it descended it changed into
    • lived in water, rarefied itself to air and condensed to solid
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    • itself to them as hollow. It was in fact only the skin of a statue
    • and forms itself inwardly and outwardly according to these impulses
    • statue, the elastic one, the whole form recovered itself of its own
    • second statue says itself expressly: “Behold, I lack Truth.”
    • And this stamped itself quite deeply into the souls and
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    • made itself known to the pupil in a quite elementary natural way, so
    • that the spirit dies continually in matter, announces itself in
    • that the Future of the Cosmos may join itself to the Past man must
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • And finds itself again in thee.
    • itself in something that is external to me. And for everything that
    • something which clothes itself with it.
    • experienced, when external nature showed itself in summer landscape,
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    • principle, something inwardly experienced, which united itself much
    • counterpart can be perceived today. This astral element united itself
    • another body which also imparts something of itself. The
    • has spread itself abroad like a great spirit which encircles me with
    • manifested itself at the same time as the experience of the planet.
    • which the man lives forms itself into Word. In the Vulcan-planet the
    • Word spreads itself out. Everything in the Vulcan-planet is speaking
    • living Being. Word sounds to Word. Word explains itself by Word. Word
    • and passing away, and the changing, metamorphosing itself of the
    • produced out of the Spirit itself. On the island of Hibernia that was
    • reason and the senses, occupied itself with that which existed as
    • still revealed itself to men, which men themselves could set down,
    • the more does that obscure itself towards which one would hasten in
    • latest times revealed itself to the candidates of the great ancient
    • a high spiritual wisdom, which once poured itself over humanity on
    • the primal grace of the Divine Spiritual Beings, which reveals itself
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    • one of these busied itself with guiding man's mind towards the
    • conceals iron everywhere in itself; iron is also in man. Once upon a
    • perhaps even Old Sun also concealed in itself lead, tin and so on:
    • earth carries today in itself, even in a lifeless condition, the lead
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    • is something which concerns it alone; it then transforms itself into
    • lead-grayness. Saturn nature revealed itself.
    • the fixed stars presents itself to my soul;
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    • itself, and then imparted its form to the rising smoke, the incense
    • itself, it takes form; and while this expiration takes form in a
    • regular way, it reveals itself as an image of cosmic creation,
    • itself as copper. The earth only allows stones such as sandstone,
    • that which seeks to expand itself on all sides, that which is airy,
    • below first the earth itself, then the watery element, then the airy
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    • The Mystery of Golgotha itself, however, is distinguished from all
    • movement of the human eye as something by itself. We regard it as a
    • consider any phenomenon, any event in nature by itself, isolated. He
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    • particularly complete in itself, but because it can to a certain
    • parallelism between the human element and what revealed itself
    • knowledge. Just as the soul capable of exposing itself to the sun
    • head is not enclosed by the bones, where it opens itself downwards
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    • of evolution the eye has evolved itself from indefinite vision
    • are concerned, the same state of affairs presents itself at
    • needle itself. He would certainly not be considered a physicist
    • the needle itself. It must be brought into relation with the
    • really grapple with nature itself only if we realize from the
    • reality itself. This is the ascent through the three stages
    • why should the brain itself not be able to think?
    • In the brain, nature itself has given us as a real Imagination,
    • the brain itself, a life of soul over and above this does not
    • object into the object itself. In the brain, the spirit and
    • but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
    • development of the human germ itself from conception to
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    • animals. This cohesion reveals itself on the one hand in the
    • in the conscious state. It reveals itself on the other hand in
    • the physical, our mode of thinking can no longer confine itself
    • itself to what is solid in the human organization, to the solid
    • inner lawfulness in the solid substances, expressing itself,
    • that I have been describing expresses itself in the physical
    • itself. It will be the task of our doctors to pursue these
    • organization itself makes it possible to engage in the purely
    • expresses itself in the physical domain.
    • itself. We simply extend the kind of observation that is
    • makes the human being a sentient being incorporates itself into
    • organism. Indeed, the corresponding physical organ itself is
    • from the division of the germ cell itself. Our underlying task
    • offered by orthodox natural science. Natural science itself
    • root or even the seed itself. There is a tremendous difference,
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    • itself in daily life through the rhythm of the blood
    • voice itself, which up to this period of life has essentially
    • itself to what radiates out from the nerve-sense system. Then
    • hand, suppose the metabolic organism is able to adapt itself to
    • itself can offer the human being the greatest possibility of
    • expresses itself in everything connected with deposits of
    • stronger form in mercury, in quicksilver itself, though it is
    • incorporates itself into this place that wants to become an
    • may incorporate itself in the region of the pylorus, in place
    • far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for example)
    • expresses itself in the nerve-sense system). We must see, so to
    • expresses itself in metabolism, and the ego organism and astral
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    • activity, which expresses itself physically in the airy aspect
    • does not distribute itself properly in the organism; hence it
    • increasingly adapts itself to this position. This is secondary,
    • itself, while the primary function of the nerve-sense system is
    • astral organization, begins to fend for itself. What you see
    • what groups itself together and interweaves the individual
    • even from the sulfur itself, the processes in the digestive
    • will begin to help itself.) The astral organization will again
    • Of course such a remedy by itself will suffice in only a few
    • the tendency to shape itself into elongated crystals. The same
    • holds itself aloof from the activities of digestion, heart, and
    • then work itself into the astral organism, because the latter
    • does it express itself? Above all, what is coursing through the
    • the metabolism lapses back into itself. In this condition of
    • forces of form, the durable metallic drop-form within itself,
    • itself has been attacked. In such a case, however, we must not
    • work, which in this situation distributes itself beautifully;
    • itself outwardly in the formation of the plants. But there is
    • accustom itself to the course of the healing process, and it is
    • the organism binds itself much more intimately to the healing
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    • We see something appear within this type of illness that reveals itself
    • unknown depths and to insert itself into the ordinary course of nature,
    • separating itself off, as it were; we have a condition in which this force of
    • organization inserts itself into the organism. In the pathological
    • simply be taken hold of, but the organ would unite itself with the force
    • emancipate itself; it would unite itself with something that is a normal
    • possibility presented itself to him, Schelling also sought to think
    • considerations and to immerse himself in a real study of nature itself,
    • even of the organic. He even put out a journal that occupied itself to an
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    • mental images is basically nothing but what emancipates itself from
    • entered consciousness with the change of teeth, detaching itself
    • indicates ultimately that what reveals itself in childhood points back
    • lives itself out in the childhood illnesses.
    • soul-spiritual domain. This is its tragedy. Here materialism itself
    • to a lack of comprehension of the material world itself. One who
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    • particularly in modern times; this aspect has asserted itself in our
    • within itself, does not simply exist in a state of balanced rest but
    • gravity but which, as the plant wrestles itself free from the earthly
    • wrestles itself free from this force drawing downward (a process
    • rids itself of the salt, we come to see, to grasp in a living way, the
    • bodily nature, this penetration expressing itself within the body,
    • itself in a polar way to the inner, the outer processes must be used
    • will itself engender social effects.
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    • expresses itself as ego-activity, which is a purely spiritual activity
    • ego-activity itself by these colored lines next to the line of this
    • independent, as it were, to tear itself away and as physical activity,
    • as scaffolding of physical force-activity, to separate itself from the
    • surrendering itself as an unencumbered instrument for the
    • ego-activity itself. Then this ego-activity is carried out in the body
    • itself to human perception — we have a continuous striving toward
    • organism itself. It follows the same direction as the growth in the
    • human being. It incorporates itself into this direction of growth in
    • itself properly in the body or for the results of this nourishment to
    • organism. It extends itself beyond its proper measure. Then abnormal
    • in the organic itself, with an excessively deep immersion of the ego
    • itself into the human organism through which a person becomes
    • are actually the transference of what inserts itself as the
    • everything that the time itself is able to offer medicine, and out of
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    • in sickness and health strives to express itself to-day, it must work
    • generations the eye has worked itself up from indefinite vision to
    • state of things presents itself at 9 o'clock in the morning and
    • set the needle in this direction lie in the needle itself. He would
    • lying within the needle itself. It must be brought into
    • true pictures but not the reality itself. At the stage of Knowledge
    • reality itself. — These are the three stages described in
    • of the Spirit and soul — why should the brain itself not be
    • life of soul. If we confine ourselves to the brain itself, a life of
    • perception of the object into the very object itself. In the brain,
    • to-day, but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
    • the germ itself from conception to birth.’ The picture is
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    • of thought can no longer confine itself to the ideas and laws
    • The purely physical mode of thought, therefore, must confine itself
    • law in the solid substances, expressing itself, among other things,
    • self-contained and complete in itself. In the same sense I give the
    • all that I have been describing expresses itself in physical man as
    • science itself. It will be the task of our doctors to investigate
    • true to say that the human organisation itself conduces to the purely
    • super-sensible expresses itself as a physical system, as the system of
    • etheric organisation when this expresses itself in the physical
    • the albuminous cell, the cell itself. Only we widen out the kind of
    • makes man a sentient being inserts itself into his solid and
    • physical organ itself is first formed by this very radiation, on its
    • Science itself leads you to recognise truths which can be actually
    • earth. The summer itself is around us, above the surface of the
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    • that which reveals itself in the rhythmic man as a ratio of four to
    • expresses itself through the rhythm of blood circulation in daily
    • expressed in the male sex by the change in the voice itself, which up
    • system. I mean that the metabolism is not quite able to adapt itself
    • itself to the individuality of the child, and the hygienic conditions
    • breathing and circulatory systems. The reason why the organism itself
    • may then again arise in the organism itself, in the
    • to dominate. This quicker rhythm then expresses itself in all that is
    • meet in a stronger form in quicksilver itself. The fact that mercury
    • organism (in so far as this expresses itself in the metabolism, for
    • expresses itself in the system of nerves and senses). We must, so to
    • physical-etheric organism in so far as it expresses itself in the
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    • speaking of the actual plant itself — for the seed in the ovary
    • astral activity congests and does not properly distribute itself in
    • adapts itself more and more. That, however, is secondary; we must
    • preserved, and to this the activity of the soul then adapts itself.
    • senses. Sight itself is due to the fact that something remains over
    • itself. Outwardly, there will be colic and cramp-like conditions of
    • itself together and interweaves among the several symptoms. But we
    • help itself.) The astral organisation will, as it were, again be
    • itself, of course, will suffice only in the rarest cases. It will
    • astral and become as active as the astral organism itself. This means
    • tendency to form itself into elongated crystals. The results
    • active particularly in the upper man and holds itself aloof from the
    • force cannot then work itself into the astral organism because the
    • symptoms. How it will express itself? Above all, that which is
    • The contact fails and the metabolism lapses back into itself. In this
    • drop-form within itself, it has a definite effect upon the lower
    • injured, for instance when the nervous system itself is involved. But
    • opposite of what is expressing itself outwardly in the formation of
    • The organism has first to accustom itself to the course of the
    • activity. In this way the organism binds itself much more intimately
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    • anything about man's innermost being, science overreaches itself. It
    • can give no answer to this question, and it shows ignorance of itself
    • true that the scientific mode of thought itself proceeds from a
    • merely contemplative stage, and of itself does not evolve principles
    • modern intellect has not been able to inspire faith in itself, that
    • of modern life itself emerges the second aspect of the social
    • itself we shall find that the social life of man is threefold. Three
    • itself distinctly in the chaotic social events of our time. If we
    • believed that the economic life could bring forth out of itself the
    • being. The economic body itself, as far as the production of values
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    • Through this independence, the life of thought will itself gain
    • community. The community itself was to decide how the production
    • itself and built up out of its own conditions.
    • take care of itself. They only wish to occupy themselves with the
    • the state itself does this business? It happens most frequently in
    • still going on with the money which has itself become an economic
    • it becomes itself an economic process. This is extremely significant.
    • value, and the value itself. For the commodity which we need acquires
    • the economic body will find itself on a sound and reasonable basis.
    • For the only thing with which it will have to concern itself will be
    • financial system in which money itself has become an object of
    • economic system must grow out of the conditions proper to itself.
    • detach ourselves from the sound productive process itself. Money is
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    • follow of itself, the truth is that each one must ask himself the
    • reformation of the economic system itself.
    • human evolution itself as a kind of organism. But the modern method
    • matters from the historical evolution of mankind itself rather than
    • pieces of itself, we might say, and this State may really serve as an
    • calling itself the Center, representing purely cultural interests,
    • itself, the laws are turned into a caricature of justice. Law is then
    • but that the soil itself should be first prepared, so that human
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    • or probably nothing, built up. Does not the question force itself
    • feeling of humanity itself. Such a transformation is the aim of
    • itself from life. Art which merely imitates nature cannot design
    • These objects must transcend nature as human life transcends itself.
    • found the way out of the world of sense since science itself has lost
    • spirit. As I leave already pointed out, it has confined itself to the
    • reality itself and for this reason can merge with it.
    • sense-perceptions, the stimulus communicating itself to the nerve
    • itself is a natural development. No old architectural style could be
    • humanity, if it understands itself aright? Is such a thing possible?
    • This will show itself
    • only a living perception of human nature itself. Much has been said
    • an art springing naturally out of spiritual science itself, but, as
    • reveals the deepest secrets of human art itself by bringing to
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    • need only glance at economic life itself in order to see how to the
    • an objective value in itself. It has an objective value, to the
    • religious conviction tore itself away from the economic organization
    • economic life itself is only a part of all that might flow into the
    • life has won for itself a certain position in the world, independent
    • spiritual life has partly emancipated itself, the political
    • organization has completely merged itself in the course of recent
    • spiritual life has partly emancipated itself and demands restitution
    • free spiritual life which has emancipated itself, but which has
    • fields. But precisely when the spirit is left to itself does it
    • nature; it will include, especially, human life itself, because the
    • allowed not only to register parliamentary measures, but of itself to
    • the soul is lacking, and wait till it appears of itself; but to point
    • measures. But the stream which unites itself with the economic
    • extricate itself, has to do with the will of one individual opposed
    • having appropriated to itself the spiritual life, having enslaved it
    • That free spiritual life will not prove itself unpractical, but on
    • the contrary, prove itself very practical. Only he who lives in an
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    • should live and work together with them. Egoism itself requires that
    • mother; yet it manifests itself most nobly in the common life of
    • expression. But this life of imagination itself is the higher
    • because it impresses itself on us, because we give ourselves up to it
    • itself in the fact that in the trading system the individual or the
    • itself to us, especially with regard to the economic system? We can
    • the field itself would have been annihilated.) What is there that is
    • of spiritual life which expresses itself in intellectualism was not
    • view, has shown itself most distinctly in the relation of this
    • hindrances, it shows itself to be all that I have just said of it. If
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    • snail's pace, for it had only to adapt itself to technical conditions,
    • only in thought but in the whole conduct of economic life itself
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    • itself.
    • itself is the surplus value abstracted from the yield of Labour.
    • value itself is a fluctuating thing, incapable of definition, may we
    • cannot grasp the reality in the value itself: we must go behind
    • itself more in the formation of rents. On this side we perceive Nature
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    • To record the readings of the thermometer is in itself a mere
    • naturally it will not be enough by itself. For the moment, however, we
    • life of the soul, while Law makes itself felt with respect to the
    • now begins to make itself felt and must in some way be allowed for in
    • economic process itself — prices that arise in the process of
    • other side we have Labour itself. It, in its turn, is modified by the
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    • products; but this forcing down of prices will itself go
    • apparent in a day, may make itself felt very strongly, say, in the
    • the Spirit emancipates itself from Nature, is lifted away from
    • itself it is irrelevant what you acquire for it, or what it is
    • initial point where it applies itself merely to Nature. Spirit would
    • itself with Nature. Next, the economic process is continued through
    • itself, we must look for the real divisor, the real dividing
    • the substance to which the Spirit first applies itself — but it
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    • of the economic process, therefore, Capital itself must labour. But
    • force that is working itself out. There is here a true analogy with
    • not to preserve itself in Nature but rather to vanish into Nature. How
    • penetrates into Nature and maintains itself there. Thus in all
    • losing itself in Nature.
    • way out which it could find was to conserve itself in Nature. Thus we
    • the land itself, the land as such, increased in value is absurd. It is
    • limit. The law itself made this possible. While in England on the
    • gets used up, so in its further path the Capital itself simply must be
    • shape out of the natural process itself. We are only considering the
    • itself, these human beings will find it possible to arrest the
    • fact. The mere fact in itself is not the point. But when, through
    • the economic process will correct itself. That is the essential thing.
    • It will never correct itself if you say: “By this or that
    • real and true study of the economic process itself.
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    • grasp in economic terms. Spiritual work begins the moment work itself
    • of thinking begins the very moment Labour itself is organised and
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    • accord, to submit itself to this necessity of paying more dearly for
    • life itself are introduced into the economic sphere. As to whether the
    • economic life itself, and able therefore to work out of the immediate
    • itself. Then, they will be able to observe the kind of tendencies that
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    • simply says: If the supply is too great, this will of itself lead to
    • so to speak, in the market itself. The best evidence of this is the
    • do so the concept itself must change. It must not simply go up in
    • incorporates itself outwardly in the commodity. Thus we have now
    • men. We have found, within the economic process itself, a division
    • itself) Associations must be formed, in which all three types of
    • a pun, but the genius of language itself is working here.)
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    • they must be verified in life itself. Not only so; they must be
    • organism, a business, does business within itself — exchanges
    • products within itself. That is to say, it does not sell such products
    • business itself. This I would call an internal economy as against the
    • economic process gives no real information of itself. The
    • very good conceit of itself, there is really very little public
    • Industrial Capital functions in itself. Still, the emergence of
    • course it always showed itself in a kind of mask; nevertheless it
    • mainly based on trade, or within trade or commerce itself, competition
    • Everything was drawn into the stream of money, as it moved itself
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    • by Capital; and Capital eventually emancipates itself and passes over
    • economic process itself.
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    • people thought objectively, this in itself would convince them of the
    • national economies, world-economy itself will at a certain point break
    • Thereafter Labour itself is organised. We come to the class of men who
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    • money itself influence the forming of price? For money itself plays
    • mediates an exchange. He gives something which inserts itself
    • obliged to admit the following. While the article itself, by virtue of
    • Economically the situation is that money itself, simply through the
    • through loaned money. The loaned money itself gradually vanishes into
    • revenge — a revenge which reveals itself in fluctuations of
    • into the process, a national economy may easily find itself in a
    • been corrected by export and import will now correct itself
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    • human factor makes itself felt as an objective necessity.
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    • itself.
    • In short, a living thing may realise itself in a variety of ways. By
    • realise itself in the most varied ways, just as a living human being
    • have Labour uniting itself with the means of production, while on the
    • the very first place the land itself — reduced to the form in
    • in very life, inasmuch as you are forming them out of life itself. And
    • products among human beings, and this exchange lives itself out in the
    • be our aim that it should prove itself of real economic value, so that
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    • the Earth in the workings of the Sun, yes, in the Sun itself, —
    • spiritual world, the living spiritual world that can reveal itself to
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    • picture can of itself make no resolve.
    • Moon-organ, shrinking. And thereupon, something detaches itself from
    • holding the light as though more egoistically to itself.
    • gets clothed and permeated with plastic material. It clothes itself
    • a realm where space itself has been taken away. If you begin by
    • thus lost itself in language, becomes one with the world of
    • stars and then recovers itself from the world of stars, — only
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    • — that is to say, the soul of man as it finds itself in sleep —
    • itself around the cosmic experiences.
    • spoken. The soul will be constrained to say to itself in sleep: The
    • cosmic mist has enveloped me, it has received me into itself. We feel
    • and becomes our Guide; and then all the confusion resolves itself
    • Mysteries of the Earth itself, which include at the same time
    • when it would inform itself of the Heavens.
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • itself. It was the task of the initiate of olden times to
    • Earth, — yes, even when Earth itself is no longer there in the
    • express itself in drastic attempts to make initiation knowledge
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    • knowledge of human life confines itself to daytime existence,
    • of the Moon (the spiritual counterpart of what reveals itself to us
    • slightingly of the food we eat. It is good in itself and belongs to
    • prepare itself for belonging to a particular family by choosing, as
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    • never reveal itself to these researches. It will however become
    • hope to make the Earth itself immortal, so that the hour may never
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • in itself evil or degenerate; it is so only because powers that
    • description shows itself in a man's physical nature, it means that
    • the black disk; and from the direction of the black disk itself came
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    • life itself looks different seen from this physical world where we
    • The Earth itself looks different when we behold it from the Sun than
    • itself. No matter how contracted here in the physical body, in your
    • soul and spiritual life. The head itself cannot truly thrive if the
    • itself a member of the whole and shares — pictorially speaking
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    • spiritual world, the living spiritual world that can reveal itself to
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    • picture can of itself make no resolve.
    • Moon-organ, shrinking. And thereupon, something detaches itself from
    • holding the light as though more egoistically to itself.
    • gets clothed and permeated with plastic material. It clothes itself
    • a realm where space itself has been taken away. If you begin by
    • thus lost itself in language, becomes one with the world of
    • stars and then recovers itself from the world of stars, — only
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    • — that is to say, the soul of man as it finds itself in sleep —
    • itself around the cosmic experiences.
    • spoken. The soul will be constrained to say to itself in sleep: The
    • cosmic mist has enveloped me, it has received me into itself. We feel
    • and becomes our Guide; and then all the confusion resolves itself
    • Mysteries of the Earth itself, which include at the same time
    • when it would inform itself of the Heavens.
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • itself. It was the task of the initiate of olden times to
    • Earth, — yes, even when Earth itself is no longer there in the
    • express itself in drastic attempts to make initiation knowledge
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    • knowledge of human life confines itself to daytime existence,
    • of the Moon (the spiritual counterpart of what reveals itself to us
    • slightingly of the food we eat. It is good in itself and belongs to
    • prepare itself for belonging to a particular family by choosing, as
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    • never reveal itself to these researches. It will however become
    • hope to make the Earth itself immortal, so that the hour may never
    • itself, for it is connected with the other instincts and impulses.
    • in itself evil or degenerate; it is so only because powers that
    • description shows itself in a man's physical nature, it means that
    • the black disk; and from the direction of the black disk itself came
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    • life itself looks different seen from this physical world where we
    • The Earth itself looks different when we behold it from the Sun than
    • itself. No matter how contracted here in the physical body, in your
    • soul and spiritual life. The head itself cannot truly thrive if the
    • itself a member of the whole and shares — pictorially speaking
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    • bear in mind these changes in the life of the earth itself, for if we
    • daytime in that period, we find that it did not actually feel itself
    • the higher beings and when it was aware of itself as a member of that
    • which the soul felt itself to belong to the divine-spiritual world.
    • it felt itself to be a part of the higher world, a will spoke out of
    • beings. The I had to make itself capable of inwardly feeling, of
    • must experience this kingdom within itself. The kingdom of heaven has
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    • itself; it was not necessary to call it forth by unusual methods. We
    • had to limit itself to the physical plane, began with the year 3101
    • the depths of your soul, that it can find within itself the bond with
    • is capable of being kindled into warmth within itself, within the I,
    • beyond what is preparing itself on a small scale for humanity. At the
    • The event of Damascus will repeat itself for many
    • itself into reality. This truth will be interpreted as a return of
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    • Paul's conception, it is not the urge for existence in itself that is
    • that it is our knowledge itself that must be purified.
    • reciprocally; what is outside transforms itself for us, depending on
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    • period in our earthly existence and ultimately resolve itself again
    • shown itself in human life since the old Lemurian time as the
    • earth in the macrocosm, in the great world, repeat itself in man, the
    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organs of movement, the hands and
    • countenance, has in a sense torn itself free from bondage to the earth
    • between sun and earth expresses itself in the same way in men and in
    • itself in present cometary existence, because the comet has remained
    • think that this contrast expresses itself only in what constitutes
    • is decisive, reflecting itself in the product of the sexes.
    • expresses itself with uncommon clarity.
    • clings more rigidly to traditional concepts; it cannot free itself of
    • itself: when the human I takes a step forward, then, in order that
    • bodies. If we are searching for the evolution of the I itself, we
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    • this period, that firm point increasingly developed itself within the
    • must cultivate itself further. It could never have entered human
    • which the God Jahve, the World-I, no longer manifested Itself as a
    • alone. As we know, this Godhead revealed itself in the age of Moses
    • manifests itself as a multiplicity of beings. You know, of course,
    • perceived this World-I as manifesting itself in the various kingdoms
    • itself also in time in the way in which what finally appeared as a
    • Spirit Sun, in Christ, manifested itself beforehand as though
    • significant event repeats itself. It repeats itself in the second
    • will depend upon humanity itself whether what then takes place turns
    • Certainly, nothing will manifest itself if the necessary faculties
    • other respects, everything renews itself in such similar repetitions.
    • predicted Messiah only when that forward-cast light manifested itself
    • which will present itself in our century, have its effect also in the
    • have when Shamballa shows itself again will be Christ in His etheric
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    • performed by John in the Jordan and through the teaching itself.
    • pervaded with godliness, and his I will become sufficient unto itself
    • fill itself with what streams from man to man. In the fifth Beatitude
    • develops within itself. The fifth Beatitude says, “He who
    • becomes capable of receiving God into itself. If man can therefore
    • brings itself most particularly to expression is in the human heart,
    • conceive itself as a drop of the infinite, unfathomable world-I.
    • itself later in reverse order. The turning point is the appearance of
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    • worked on earth, raised itself into higher worlds and was linked only
    • faculty for perception could no longer raise itself above the world
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    • the phenomena. The way in which modern science tries to occupy itself
    • meaning; every ant feels itself to be a member of a whole. Human
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    • will. The will quite detaches itself from daily life. Observe
    • object is to the thing itself The shadow-image of a flower points you
    • to the flower itself, to the reality. So it is with thoughts. Human
    • itself into etheric substance. In the region of the heart there is a
    • Light is destroying itself within our post-Atlantean
    • What we know as electricity is light that is destroying itself within
    • too, must be ascribed to light; light is itself at every point.
    • Warmth can extend itself in the three dimensions of space. In light
    • we must speak of a fourth dimension; it can extend itself in a
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    • of the spirit itself. Spirit can in no way be grasped through a
    • societies that materialism has exhausted itself, that one can already
    • then enter a spiritual world, that will reveal itself in good time
    • such a world will then reveal itself, if it really exists.”
    • struggle that concerns itself with placing another being in place of
    • of consciousness. For itself, however, what lies down there is
    • always save itself. It always has the urge, however, to arrange the
    • its entire being. This reality metamorphoses itself in various ways,
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    • contradicts itself even as in life. When theories are spoken of, the
    • everything must explain itself without contradiction, as if it arose
    • itself to dark illusions and the like. Man must accustom himself to a
    • particular characteristics. This island distinguishes itself from the
    • itself upon the earth, and this likeness has become Ireland.
    • this impulse toward freedom must pull itself through all that rules
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    • is in itself religion. Here it is not a matter of the feeling and
    • extend the mechanical over human life itself. I presented the example
    • that occupies itself today philosophically with questions about
    • master for itself the forces of the cosmos in a doubly wrong way or
    • concern itself so that all the great temptations that will emanate
    • sixteenth centuries, which makes itself noticeable by clothing itself
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    • receive new mental pictures. Humanity must free itself from
    • element itself to be cultivated by natural science. The spiritual
    • science will never of itself come so far during earthly evolution
    • however, which reveals itself, I should like to say, with particular
    • in itself a real, concrete, and sensitive life with the dead. One
    • itself would be incomplete, however; a second must follow it, namely,
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    • grow in the future in the East has freed itself from its embryonic
    • organism in general, but upon the head itself, on the mood of
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    • course not of itself provide this — it is another way of
    • earth-organism shows itself outwardly otherwise in its eastern half,
    • the human soul can identify itself — so that the earth appears
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    • being felt itself warm in soul, the feeling would be actually the
    • in any case only there when the man is there. In itself it is
    • in true Kantian fashion as to what the “thing-in-itself
    • “thing-in-itself” of the clothes cannot be known. Very
    • ‘thing-in-itself’ cannot be known,” or in the
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    • soul, cannot come through, it has hindrances in itself.
    • your ears what goes on in Nature; the Spiritual reveals itself
    • cannot help feeling how it reveals itself in these.
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    • surface itself) which came to man in a more unconscious form.
    • spreading, asserting itself in an impressive manner. It sets out on
    • however, it showed itself with a peculiar intensity, and whilst these
    • inner being of man, if it holds itself aright, can yet find the way
    • knows well that the old, real, and genuine Astrology expresses itself
    • idea of “boundaries” to knowledge. The idea shows itself
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    • knowledge, showed itself in this later age more in a devotion of
    • itself from the Earth, or rather separated the Earth off from itself,
    • the etheric human form, which should itself establish its own
    • relationship to the physical substances of the Earth, and itself take
    • shows itself in the feeling of man from the fifteenth to the
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    • essence of what was hidden in it subsequently again disclosed itself
    • being of the human organisation itself.
    • itself as it were inscribed this symbol. He made them stand with
    • itself. A line was then drawn to unite the feet, and another line to
    • human organism itself writes into space these two intersecting
    • shows itself plastically in man, in plastic forms and structures —
    • spinal marrow itself, they saw something that unites him with the
    • mineral kingdom itself they come together in crystallisation. When
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    • resistance. The writing itself is done, needless to say, with
    • inscribed, of course, on the Earth itself; they are written into the
    • forth nothing more out of itself; it stands over against what is
    • itself with entering into certain dream-like conditions, and, as it
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    • physically sense-perceptible world, there reveals itself to him a
    • fruiting — how in all this which discloses itself physically to
    • process which is also active in the blood itself.
    • This it is, which shows itself to us as an admonition from the
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    • afforded resistance. The writing itself is done, needless to say,
    • inscribed, of course, on the earth itself; they are written in the
    • independent, brings forth nothing more out of itself; it stands over
    • had to content itself with entering into certain dream-like
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    • The human race must however first give itself this possibility. One
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    • age as it shows itself in relation to the working of cosmic law. This
    • purely out of spiritual science itself, an understanding of this Event
    • the Hebrews; it marks a new epoch. This reveals itself clearly enough
    • to the careful observer. And if it shows itself here in a different
    • it is the same spirit, expressing itself differently, which prevails
    • The Event itself stands there as the great turning-point in human
    • however which will make itself manifest from this century onwards. He
    • Materialism has seized upon men's souls and deeply ensconced itself in
    • earlier ages and will not put itself at the service of the new
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    • force, having previously prepared itself, set up the very strongest
    • aggrandizement of their own nation, a nation thinking only of itself.
    • through the connection of generations, as it expresses itself in the
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    • it seemed natural to use the fairy tale itself to describe what lives
    • possible for anyone sensitive to the impact of life itself upon the
    • tragedy concerns itself — as do other artistic creations —
    • itself up to then — has to unite with the pressures and
    • is alone with itself and pervaded unconsciously by so moral an
    • child often succeeds in creating for itself a comrade or “friend”
    • you try to imagine this conversation of the soul with itself, an
    • through one life after another, the earth itself has had various
    • way. In our union with that world, our soul holds within itself not
    • the life of the sun; it is itself a kind of sun for the plant-like
    • itself the deep-seated soul experience on awakening from sleep, of
    • express itself in the following pictures:
    • however much as spiritual science itself can know about them —
    • The fairy tale itself is the most perfect description of these
    • forming itself, bringing about the growth of its body, unfolding its
    • intrinsically to human nature itself. When you know this, you will
    • our life itself can become a truly heart- and soul-enlivened fairy
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    • how one should satisfy a child today with the fairy story itself and
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    • Cosmos. Sacred cult is itself an image of what is enacted in the
    • It was the secret of death itself which those ancient Mysteries sought
    • succeeding periods? I must now represent Time itself: the Earth in one
    • true perception of the Spiritual itself. Autumn no longer has the
    • thought of death itself was able to live on, but the thought of the
    • Anthroposophy itself must become like an inner festival of Resurrection for
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    • not say ‘clothed itself’, for that would be a wrong
    • expression — the soul and spirit permeated itself with the
    • being, but when this spiritual being learns to know the body itself.
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    • by the Sun and thus showing itself to our vision in varying shapes and
    • that represents itself to us so evidently in physical surfaces as the
    • different in its appearance from what it is when it reveals itself as
    • which it stands, cannot reveal itself directly. We must now, however,
    • reveal itself as an outward phenomenon. At the times when through the
    • task for man than they had before. How does this manifest itself? It
    • manifests itself as follows. When man descends from the pre-earthly
    • The Moon itself in fact contains a multitude of spiritual beings.
    • Friday; and with Saturn Saturday, and at length with the Sun itself.
    • but a bearer of the Sun Being. Just as the Moon itself when it is Full
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    • Cosmic Script resolves itself into these simple things which we must
    • say today: “Anthroposophy itself, in all its working, is an
    • sentimentality but out of the reality of the thing itself. Then even
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    • itself into the course of evolution. As numbers of illustrations
    • Present, basing itself upon doctrines such as those of Fourier and
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    • primitive stages of life. This development will come about of itself
    • the impression that will come of itself, as a kind of remembrance.
    • from incarnation to incarnation asserts itself in the future —
    • brain itself by exercising a certain influence on the etheric body of
    • want to cry out: Oh, how reality itself can become a maya in face of
    • announced itself in great and outstanding achievements:
    • into itself. Then we have something quite different from the concept
    • The poem itself is very long and does not lend itself to
    • strength: “The Mystery of Golgotha itself reveals that it must
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    • when it feels itself standing as it were before an abyss; when it
    • says to itself: No matter what efforts are made to develop really
    • out of the soul itself, that it is not all subjective and will lose
    • moments when the soul asks itself: What is the use of trying to bring
    • therefore the etheric body still shapes itself according to what a
    • itself very strongly. We are living now in the fifth epoch (of the
    • of itself.
    • itself will have changed.
    • come of itself. But if we do not make a beginning with understanding
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    • garment the earth dons in order to shut itself off from the cosmos and
    • Just as the ego in the ancient Indian time experienced itself as a cosmic
    • itself as connected with the course of the year.
    • consciousness itself, instinctively clairvoyant, made connections with a
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    • must, to be true to itself, become inartistic, philistine. Unfortunately
    • transforms itself, dynamically, into head in the subsequent life. Then
    • organization, minus head, had not transformed itself into his present
    • to save itself from the unspiritual, one factor in its rescue will be
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    • dimensions. The third dimension expresses itself through red, yellow,
    • The lyrical can tense up into the dramatic-lyrical or quiet itself down
    • be expressed that all mankind will extricate itself from naturalism,
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    • present-day natural science must say to itself on reflection, with all
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    • itself (a fact little understood today). For our speech is fettered
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    • distinguishing quality of the beautiful not to hide itself, but to carry
    • subjectivity enters, for we cannot love what conceals itself, showing
    • genius of language reveals itself. And we should ask: When in the broadest
    • which reveals itself in the world through art. The task of art is to
    • itself from the cosmos in its gold color. Indeed, from the very start
    • relationship to colors and darkness, as a world in itself.
    • works of art out of color itself.
    • being itself, we must not express it in mere outer semblance. Therefore
    • of God that He is virtuous. He may, at most, be virtue itself. But this
    • now; a free mankind must rid itself of tutelary spirits. This it has
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    • presents itself in forms having their origin in human nature.
    • form itself artistically. This is necessarily accompanied by a feeling
    • A bear in its fur or a dog in its pelt shows itself well cared for by
    • quite different. And now it does not wish to be as it finds itself on
    • says to itself: There is something in the world which cannot be tackled
    • architect. If you understand the soul's intention of placing itself
    • The plant produces the green out of itself. But how? Embedded in it
    • itself, but its image. In other words, we perceive plants through the
    • just as the word itself is expressive gesture. For a word is really
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    • itself. In that connection, consider how the living human figure appears
    • as the dead image of life without laying claim to life itself.
    • the course of the world moves on, then returns into itself; and shall
    • spirit. (The spirit as such conceals itself.) And if, as artists, we
    • as if each wants to have a contour within which to express itself. Thus
    • itself in abstract uniformity as white, but to speak to us with such
    • to experience itself inwardly and deeply, withdrawing from external
    • phenomena and resting within itself, this may be expressed artistically
    • itself through phantasy?
    • soul's language. It expresses itself in beat, rhythm, melodious theme,
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    • concerns itself with the whole man, body, soul and spirit; and these
    • which has descended from the spiritual worlds, to accustom itself to
    • gradually more like itself. We shall understand why the child is as
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    • within the eye. The whole eye adjusts itself according to these
    • adjusts itself. Naturally these are not crude happenings, they are
    • the young instead of observing life itself.
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    • plant by itself is not a reality. If you pull out a hair and examine
    • it as though it were a thing by itself, that would not be a reality
    • nothing in itself, but is only a reality when considered with the
    • it is nonsense to examine a hair by itself as though it could
    • root takes into itself the forces which are around it, and because it
    • itself but which has many plants growing on it, or a tree trunk where
    • the living earth itself has as it were withdrawn into the tree. Under
    • it by itself.
    • object in itself than a hair is. For if this were so, you might
    • examine it by itself, nor will he examine animals in an isolated way,
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    • human heart itself is of God. One can then say to the child:
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    • in your teaching that are remote from life itself. Everything which
    • however should be derived from life itself, and here it is supremely
    • toil and moil, it simply sits on the top of your body and lets itself
    • that contains within itself the TWO, the THREE, the FOUR, and if you
    • single blocks. This of itself leads them away from what is living.
    • something that is not itself a pure number but that contains number
    • the remarkable quality of the Theorem of Pythagoras itself, and
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    • body by the etheric body, becomes free, emancipates itself with the
    • and gradually draws itself together inside. Before this time it is a
    • kind of loose cloud, in which the child lives. Then it draws itself
    • itself chemically with the organism, with all the tissues of the
    • itself, goes up through the spinal column (see drawing), spreads out
    • in-breathed air which distributes itself, goes up through the spinal
    • least some feeling for the thing itself, so that the children feel
    • consider space by itself as something abstract. There are certain
    • This difference must be noticed. It expresses itself in the fact that
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    • can see that it divides itself again into three sections, and it is
    • itself. You should not begin your teaching of Physics as set forth in
    • on. Thus you must connect everything with life itself.
    • life itself, and your chemical phenomena also.
    • curious happens to the child; the lesson itself soon makes him tired.
    • sound more quickly than it travels itself, and then if you think this
    • not an imitation of life itself. All Froebel occupations and the
    • itself. This can be done in a two-fold way. On the one hand we can
    • is really in accordance with life itself. One has to go through some
    • but the pattern itself should show where to lay your head. You can
    • forth. Thus here too life itself is woven and worked into everything
    • meetings, and all else that is needed will follow of itself. The
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    • longer see it clearly, then we begin to treat the number itself as
    • no progress in calculation unless we treated the number I itself, no
    • number itself is treated as something concrete. And if you think this
    • out you will find that a transition also takes place in life itself.
    • above (see sketch). The line forms itself at the boundary between the
    • itself but from painting, working in colour or in light and shade.
    • exist at all: where is it? It is, of course, produced of itself if we
    • life itself. [The sketch was made on the blackboard
    • opposition what may possibly be philistine itself.
    • Waldorf School principle itself.
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    • forces derived from the cosmos itself. Such cosmic forces were
    • forces and only differentiates the atomistic from itself. Thus in
    • place in the muscle itself, which are different from ordinary
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    • causes coughing, and the actual cough itself. In so far as they belong
    • organically-intellectual, if I may use such a term, and shows itself
    • loses weight, in order to defend itself by getting rid of those
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    • in Nature itself, so that we can pass Nature's examination and thus
    • some time assumed that every nerve has in itself a double conduction,
    • which manifests itself if we prevent the plant from using its normally
    • Such facts point to inherent formative forces in the plant itself
    • enabling it to adapt itself, within wide limits, to its environment.
    • itself of growing its own three portions of the intestine — the fore,
    • from nature itself?
    • of itself, producing formative forces. The blood has the formative
    • base itself on something of immense significance, in the observation
    • manner. Modern science could base itself on the fact that the main
    • time a process in which nature itself must continually heal, and must
    • inherent constitution of blood itself, without any admixture of iron,
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    • thinking out of the gland itself. You perform the activity apart from
    • bacillus itself is the noxious agent, it is the forces active within
    • but also the imponderable element — Light itself. He changes it into
    • with reference to this finer organisation which separates itself from
    • reveals itself in the appendix, has its polar complement in the human
    • in the field of medicine. This tension also manifests itself (I will
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    • the Cosmos itself.
    • reason: the force that man carries within him which manifests itself
    • proper to the human organism. But in the plant itself we can clearly
    • itself deep into the earth with its roots and stretches its blossom,
    • these the earth itself is, so to speak, the support and matrix. Pass
    • search in the earth itself for the forces fundamental to growth, which
    • that of the lower plant forms and herbs to the earth itself.
    • Indeed I would say that the soil of earth is itself the trunk, or main
    • forces. What is non-terrestrial in the plant emancipates itself in the
    • liberate and separate itself in the efflorescence of blossom and
    • plant itself, in the respective development of this or that organ) of
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    • manifests itself most characteristically in the formation of the root.
    • terrestrial or extra-terrestrial, and matter itself; an equilibrium
    • balance in the universe, is the Sun itself. The Sun holds the balance
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    • period of life the astral body has to put itself into the correct
    • itself, is a reactive process: both react to processes operative
    • particular factor that manifests itself normally in bone formation or
    • well as for hydrocephaly itself; the opposite is a deficiency of
    • which in still earlier youth manifests itself as hydrocephaly.
    • to “work itself out.” Particularly in such cases, a kind of “physical”
    • installation of the astral body, and later that of the ego itself.
    • works upon the earth, is also contained within the earth itself. The
    • but to the lunar principle in the earth itself. There is an apparent
    • in the earth itself, so that the physical effect, the effect upon the
    • important to be able to follow up cases in which nature itself makes
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    • process of life. The perception of smell itself proclaims the
    • itself against solidification and this is manifested in the tendency
    • amateurish term — into the atmosphere, so that this bears in itself
    • itself, it is something that has gone a step beyond the path of
    • must metamorphose itself upwards; sight is the upper metamorphosis of
    • Let us remember now that the process we are considering divides itself
    • itself. (This would furnish fine material for medical essays!) When we
    • again in the human heart itself. The whole outside world (including
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    • element locks itself up in the substance, and then we look at it from
    • reveals itself in substance only. I would even suggest that you follow
    • bladder itself, the bladder being extremely important pathologically,
    • warmth developed in the process of life, is itself the measure of the
    • movement with rest, during the digestive process itself and so forth.
    • itself to the environment.
    • organic interaction in the lower parts as, e.g., in the heart itself?
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    • peculiarity is a direct influence on the blood itself, it prevents the
    • admitting disturbances in the composition of the blood fluid itself.
    • blood or the blood itself. Cichorium intybus also contains silicic
    • itself, and they are always much more valuable and significant than
    • strawberry would reveal itself at once. It is on the one hand
    • into the blood system itself. Here, then, is, on the one hand, a force
    • stimulated by the silicates — the wild strawberry itself prepares the
    • process brought to a certain stage by the plant itself, is then
    • which must be performed by the organism itself in the case of raw
    • shows itself in the habit of cooking [i.e., changing] the raw
    • itself on the periphery, e.g., causing the blood to bear its nutritive
    • siliceous acid itself.
    • terrestrial man as a being which individualises itself. These two
    • associated with carbon and carbon dioxide — bears in itself the
    • the heart itself. And in so doing they form something within our
    • their operations as the male seed itself. The first stages of human
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    • comprehend animality itself by considering it as something held
    • atmosphere itself within and below that zone. What of the region
    • potassium itself (Kali Carbonicum), and studying the resultant effects
    • part of this functional system, the kidney itself, is connected with
    • can best obtain such stimulation from light itself. This is the
    • external “chemism” pouring earthwards concurrently with light itself.
    • the genesis of life itself. For in all the regions in which current
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    • itself be persuaded to recognise these things, but to work them out
    • for itself. For example, in recognising the association of the heart
    • the substance arranges itself. It is not a senseless phrase, but
    • which the saline element thrusts itself. Thus we must keep these three
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    • is a kind of winter blooming plant, protecting itself under the
    • mistletoe attaches itself to other plants in order to grow and thrive
    • inherent effects are more due to their tendency to the earth itself
    • which is akin to earth itself, whereas the female system of forces, as
    • done and talcum suggests itself in this connection, there is no doubt
    • disease of the spirit or the soul itself. The manifestations in
    • disguises itself; but we must probe for deeper and less obvious
    • These conditions may be studied from life itself. Take such substances
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    • human eyes. For all that takes place as between the eye itself and the
    • etheric body itself.
    • framework inclines to disintegrate or to splinter itself; the last to
    • time is strong enough to keep itself at work within the organism,
    • too feeble to hold itself together when it glitters away from the
    • other hand, if the organism cannot help itself by making the
    • itself, and they are rooted not only in the single individual
    • itself in the proper way into its phantom, its framework; for this
    • course, not only a point, but a point active around itself; and this
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    • tendency arises if the ego excludes itself from the inner organic
    • in itself so also in the upper region where the extra-telluric sphere
    • the whole earth. This process is centralised in the animal itself,
    • sphere is centred in the animal itself and is removed into its
    • we must search for in the mineral kingdom itself, in order to cure
    • contribution into the cortex. Thus the birch prepares itself to affect
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    • reason of which the splenetic functions rather than the spleen itself
    • organism poisons itself continually precisely through its conceptual
    • is important in itself, and should be given scope. Through this
    • to the action of warmth itself; and the action of warmth is identical
    • sulphuric, as, e.g., sulphur itself, used as accessories to warm
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    • a certain inner process; this process hides itself from external
    • surface and is in its preparatory stage. For it prepares itself deep
    • that the crown of the tooth is perfected and only thrusts itself into
    • Fluorine in itself is one of the formative processes of man and it is
    • present in plants, even when fluorine itself is not chemically
    • abdominal region; in that area it unites itself most closely with the
    • of organ formation itself a continuous oscillation between sympathy
    • These matters will only be viewed aright if our science itself becomes
    • soul, than in a case of sickness of the soul itself. In the latter
    • direction of the will itself. The guidances and impact on the will
    • and in the movements and functions of the human organism itself; in
    • valuable therapeutic element in Eurhythmy itself.
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    • the forces working from the earth itself. There is a constant
    • centralised, in the human organism itself. By virtue of its lungs the
    • itself. Here you find the attunement of the upper with the lower
    • prophetically this picture before it portrays itself in the organism.
    • conspicuous is the act of breathing itself. We may state, however,
    • for itself. The forces which supply the organic foundation of memory
    • child, the upper bodily sphere must defend itself with all its powers.
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    • relations, reveals itself somewhere in an externally visible form.
    • family descent among hæmophiliacs bleeding itself only appears in
    • attaches itself to them. The well-known “flowers” of antimony produce
    • itself in contact with other bodies.
    • the earth, the same force is exerted from our planet itself, as is
    • the organ itself, the antimonising force works in man. For man is
    • power for the formation of the plant itself. If, however, the plant
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    • external in man connects itself inwardly with the surrounding world.
    • natural recuperation asserts itself, which is generally soon after
    • operates by itself, with the help of another process; and the
    • thuya, developed out of the functions of human nature itself. This is
    • itself, as we find it upon the earth. For all that appertains to the
    • This close association reveals itself particularly if we study
    • itself externally through the vibration of the ciliary epithelia, or
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    • nature and content of the disease itself. Similarly, in the case of
    • psychiatry today limits itself to describing abnormal phenomena of
    • of soul, which can show itself in varied expressions and
    • and then there is the thinking function that is not real in itself
    • maturity. Suppose that now some abnormality shows itself in the life
    • aspect — can keep itself independent of it. This is less and
    • The mental picture itself becomes irregular, or we have something
    • does not direct itself, with the help of the senses, to the outer
    • reveal itself in most curious ways. But wherever it occurs, there is
    • than revealed itself clearly to his consciousness. He carried this to
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    • example, of an abnormality of soul, which showed itself in the
    • individuality as the real impulse of karma shows itself overpowered
    • thinking, as it expresses itself in the superficial soul-life, has
    • suppose that the condition shows itself in only a slight degree. So
    • itself out — regulates itself, as it were, in a curious way. A
    • strengthens itself, then it become feeble again. So that we find in
    • definitely sets itself the task of seeing that the truths are applied
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    • physical body adapts itself to gravity. We place ourselves, do we
    • direct connection, places itself as ego right into gravity, shutting
    • fluid displaced weighs about 20 grammes less than the brain itself;
    • straight into the physical eye itself, the eye that we can draw and
    • It arrives in complete uncertainty and has to build itself up within
    • physical and mental constitution that shows itself to us when we meet
    • intention and habit of acquiring everything for itself. And it will
    • said, entirely justified in seeking to acquire everything for itself
    • the urge to seize hold of everything for itself begins to manifest in
    • the will. The urge may at first show itself in a comparatively
    • begins to show itself, and so it does not assume large proportions.
    • is present, the diagnosis itself can lead us straight on to the
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    • soul will of itself afford clues for the discovery of their right
    • the deplorable lack of clarity in modern science proclaims itself.
    • reality. This shows itself at once in the first picture people begin
    • nature of the abnormality shows itself to us quite plainly in the
    • experienced at the origination of an idea, does not express itself in
    • complex shows itself to you. You notice it. As a matter of fact, it
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    • really are in man. In the head organisation the ego hides itself
    • For the ego must maintain itself, it must hold its own. It cannot
    • have to identify itself with the impression. No, it is down below
    • itself in the fact that it was not easy to teach him anything; he
    • it, as it shows itself to him.
    • will suggest itself to you in connection with him and his special
    • mania. The tendency need only show itself very slightly, to
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    • itself here in the upper man. Whereas the lower man forms itself
    • only indirectly dependent on what forms itself here. The formation
    • bring the limb system fully into itself; consequently, external
    • the lower jaw is formed. The lower jaw receives into itself a great
    • present all along, show itself. And it is just as we might expect,
    • right adjustment will show itself in clumsiness, in unskilfulness.
    • him a beautiful example of how language pours itself right down into
    • established itself in him, you can see how stiff and rigid his body
    • that it shall be ready to adapt itself. And then you will remember
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    • yours would begin to show itself in all possible metamorphoses, it
    • loosens itself from the physical and etheric — it may be still
    • the boy's ether body has adapted itself extraordinarily closely to
    • this inherited organism has itself remained small. Now there is room
    • carried out by a weak astral body, is itself irregular. Waste
    • showed itself — a most characteristic symptom, and easily
    • itself, but has forced its way in — is poison for the human
    • itself become decadent, owing to the fact that the mother did not
    • fact reached a kind of crisis, that is expressing itself inwardly in
    • not adapt itself to the physical organism, but is as big as the
    • body is all the time gradually adapting itself to the physical body.
    • disappear of itself.
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    • establish itself all at once, but only slowly; a considerable time
    • any such devastation as can show itself in the organism later on, if
    • organisation begins to let itself be orientated into these forces. In
    • naturally expect with such a deep karmic connection, transfers itself
    • the embryo condition which, like an overgrown plant, spreads itself
    • the child's organisation makes itself evident only when the astral
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    • all possible directions, and each single case is a case by itself.
    • the same defect show itself in the intellect, and you will find the
    • children are dull and stupid; but when, as here, it shows itself in
    • authority shall make itself felt in this age of life. Quite as a
    • meet them in life, the insight itself will guide us to the right
    • senses will always be found to express itself in an enlargement of
    • been using gneiss as an internal remedy. Quartz itself, used
    • you see before you a state of affairs such as shows itself in this
    • natural readiness to transfer itself from the digestive system to the
    • some time or other to express itself in such a crisis. When this
    • the organism. The cosmos, as we know, gives itself time to work;
    • itself into the ether and physical bodies in a harmonious manner. To
    • inherent nature of the abnormality itself.
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    • with loving devotion all that shows itself in the child, and
    • Movement. I mean a certain vanity that shows itself there on every
    • among the Youth that the vanity shows itself. What concerns us at the
    • quite simply of itself when once you have begun to fetch up from the
    • the body. When the point claims a place for itself in the body, it
    • organism in itself, sitting up there on the top of the human being,
    • still expressing itself today — and not merely in words, it
    • body became stunted and cramped within itself. I must come to its
    • itself: How does it come about that an albino is born in a particular
    • overlaid and hidden, suddenly revealed itself in a truly beautiful
    • now strange dreams at night. This fact will reveal itself to you in
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    • moment. The inflamed condition that shows itself in the neighbourhood
    • impression of the day does not succeed in embodying itself into it.
    • wherever an abnormality expresses itself in laziness and inertia,
    • more balanced condition gradually establish itself.
    • itself with these several members. The influence of the Sun, which
    • has Venus and Uranus in its vicinity, stands — itself
    • something reveals itself to you, namely, how the metabolism-and-limbs
    • the human being when the disintegrating principle inserts itself,
    • dovetails itself, in a regular manner into the upbuilding principle.
    • transformed and shows itself today as weakness of the ego.
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    • itself into the plant in an abnormal manner, sometimes even going so
    • far as to produce from itself organs that would normally be situated
    • is able to express itself in such malformations, Goethe sees a
    • presents itself is really the reaction that arises within you to the
    • into the soil of the Earth, has embedded itself right into the light.
    • signifies an illness. For the animal itself the illness is, so to
    • meditating, the complaint will of itself afford a pretty sure
    • within itself that element in the whole for which it is in particular
    • not be allowed to creep in and assert itself in some special and
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    • deal with the actual subject itself in the two following
    • investigation is extended into the spiritual world itself.
    • itself demands that we should employ the least possible inner
    • of outer material substance; and this latter is itself at the
    • emphatically declare that Anthroposophy does not set itself in
    • remain empty for long. It fills itself. As the ordinary
    • consciousness can fill itself with colour through the
    • perceptions of sight, or by the ear fill itself with sounds, so
    • this empty consciousness fills itself with a
    • brought itself to Earth out of a pre-natal existence. But none
    • matter organises itself so that the nervous system can become
    • incorporates itself into what is decaying. We must first
    • material because the latter is developing itself against it,
    • itself; and the spiritual comes into evidence, the spiritual
    • reveals itself, in this process. Therefore we are filled with
    • survey of human nature has fully proved itself in those spheres
    • art that has grown out of the world itself. Therewith we come
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    • soul in music itself, and study the measure of our feelings
    • whereas the animal lives more within itself.
    • lives itself out through the Ego-organisation by way of the
    • forms itself into beautiful quartz-crystals, has this
    • system of nerves and senses, unites itself with the substance
    • failed to do this for itself; and for this we must discover
    • nerves and senses, it obtrudes itself (and this under
    • and this manifests itself as
    • fact that what is normal to one system transplants itself into
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    • whole man, when we study how the organism builds itself up. We
    • physical organisation gets left to itself. It may happen that
    • incorporates itself rhythmically into the whole
    • organism itself calls upon us to administer a preparation of
    • organisation and is making itself effective there. In my second
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    • introductory lecture, and deal with the actual subject itself
    • extended into the spiritual world itself.
    • quite passively to the world. Indeed, Science itself demands
    • material substance; and this latter is itself at the same time
    • that Anthroposophy does not set itself in any amateurish
    • remain empty for long. It fills itself. As the ordinary
    • consciousness can fill itself with colour through the
    • perceptions of sight, or by the ear fill itself with sounds, so
    • this empty consciousness fills itself with a spiritual world
    • individual being has brought itself to Earth out of a pre-natal
    • brain and nervous system and that this matter organises itself
    • psychic-spiritual incorporates itself into what is decaying. We
    • hold of the material because the latter is developing itself
    • destroying itself; and the spiritual comes into evidence, the
    • spiritual reveals itself, in this process. Therefore we are
    • nature has fully proved itself in those spheres where Medicine
    • has grown out of the world itself. Therewith we come again into
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    • within itself. But everything which is communicated through the
    • higher spiritual members of the human being, which lives itself
    • Silicic acid, which in the outer realm of Nature forms itself
    • nerves-and-senses, unites itself with the substance we call
    • which has failed to do this for itself;
    • obtrudes itself (and this under circumstances which can also be
    • tendency to produce a sense-organ; and this manifests itself as
    • transplants itself into another. And only by perceiving the
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    • study how the organism builds itself up. We see all the hard
    • organisation gets left to itself. It may happen that the
    • longer ‘overflows,’ that it incorporates itself
    • we discover that the organism itself calls upon us to
    • organisation and is making itself effective there. In my second
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    • individualised. Carbonic acid retains the spiritual in itself
    • felt itself “at home” there.
    • the material substance itself, passes through it and affects the
    • itself. In the administration of carbonic acid as a healing agent, it
    • upon itself only.
    • upon the human organism itself, and makes for either health or
    • remains as it is. The physical substance itself, when seen by
    • itself in some particular organ. The centrifugal forces — that
    • that is as though drawn out of the tree itself — something
    • to those depths where reality revealed itself; on the one hand
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    • individualised. Carbonic acid retains the spiritual in itself
    • felt itself “at home” there.
    • the material substance itself, passes through it and affects the
    • itself. In the administration of carbonic acid as a healing agent, it
    • upon itself only.
    • upon the human organism itself, and makes for either health or
    • remains as it is. The physical substance itself, when seen by
    • itself in some particular organ. The centrifugal forces — that
    • that is as though drawn out of the tree itself — something
    • to those depths where reality revealed itself; on the one hand
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    • which it possessed: In itself, in its substance, it was
    • against all utopianisms, should itself be taken for a Utopia by
    • language itself — making a historical and statistical
    • exhausted itself in petty details; whilst the things, which
    • nerve of it is this: — ‘Evolution goes forward of itself.
    • itself, to the expropriation of the expropriators. Whatever men
    • itself.’ — This, let me say, is the most unpractical
    • evolution must go forward of itself; that Man is tied and bound
    • springing from human evolution itself, — not conjured up
    • clear, that along with capital the wage-system itself must go;
    • began politically with the Young Turk Party establishing itself
    • itself! — Or else, — to the great misfortune of the
    • itself; and in this way; namely that in the different
    • life itself, of an independent economic life, resting upon its
    • to apply to our social conditions today, what goes on of itself
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    • itself from the other two and becomes an etheric corpse.
    • itself to the past, and coming events are shaped with the
    • will reveal Itself; later It will make Its appearance on
    • is regrettable in itself, but the human being coming to these
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    • preserved itself within which one personality is linked back
    • Christianity itself. But we can also learn something else
    • this ego the mysteries and secrets of Christianity itself.
    • the inner organ would now have to open itself to its human
    • how Christianity has gradually prepared itself for what it is
    • into itself, thereby rising to ever higher stages of
    • future opens itself before us from the spiritual-scientific
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    • discussion of how they are related to life itself will shed
    • the spiritual life on the sun itself. His role was to
    • that humanity prepare itself for a new culture of the future,
    • of the Sun Oracle itself could not be directly revealed in
    • perhaps be at variance with the ego itself. Think of Francis
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    • physical incarnation made itself felt. These beings, who were
    • It revealed itself to them as a shining astral configuration
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    • genuine Mysteries, and philosophy itself took the place of
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    • completely in order to conquer for itself the consciousness
    • crystallized itself out of the mass of people. As we can
    • assembled here today that constitutes itself as a new bearer
    • spiritual life has placed itself next to the old spiritual
    • sunlight. In times when nature renews itself or when she
    • through the good spirit with which it has endowed itself by
    • naming itself after the splendid bearer of Christ.
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    • bells, similar to the brightness of Easter itself, can
    • Christ is living. His divine essence makes itself known in
    • in the air, and heard rolling thunder discharging itself.
    • strives to develop itself from within. And if, as the wisdom
    • salvation through that which itself lives within us. All
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    • spiritual fire after the Christ-Force infused itself into the
    • sacrifice itself into this matter. What was required was more
    • existence, it envelops itself with an etheric body and with
    • descended from spiritual heights and enveloped itself in an
    • Earth Spirit itself and for the salvation of mankind. In the
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    • world and has repeatedly reincarnated itself afterward.
    • is given to it cannot transcend itself because it merely
    • itself; it has to grow beyond its given form. It must raise
    • is called upon to accept into itself something new, something
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    • knowledge itself. People may say: Of what use are these ideas
    • sleep saw itself surrounded by divine-spiritual beings, but
    • sentiment that would express itself as follows:
    • more and more like Osiris himself. The soul will then itself
    • No longer does the soul endeavor to unite itself with Osiris
    • on, it could say to itself: “In the underworld, too, I
    • itself into the earth, for the Christ has become the spirit
    • humanity that had prepared itself for his coming.
    • itself into the spiritual worlds. Buddha preached to human
    • incarnate within the earth itself, which will enable the
    • his individuality was able to unite itself with many a force
    • universal light and sacrificed itself so that these
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    • others, but next to it the Vulcan Oracle prepared itself in
    • earth and revealed itself in and to humanity. Previously, it
    • had revealed itself in the elements, for example to Moses in
    • multiplies itself many times in the process. This apparently
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    • our organism has somehow recuperated and refreshed itself. We perceive
    • itself. So we have ceased completely to grasp our real
    • as it approaches mankind, expresses itself to some extent in the
    • leaf, which, wrests itself out of the Earth and presses forward into
    • in beneficial form in the root can free itself and expand to the
    • in the leaf frees itself and strives beyond its proper limits into the
    • manifests itself as the giants of fire, among whom, for instance, Loki
    • plant and that which frees itself and lives in wind and weather.
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    • belong. This mood expressed itself through the feeling that there had
    • One of the ways in which this mood expressed itself was through the
    • sleeping-draught was once something spiritual; that is, sleep itself,
    • material form. Sleep was then itself a draught of Nature, which
    • Earth, and thus the Earth draws his being to itself, as it were. The
    • years, becoming thicker and thicker, and how this expressed itself in
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    • itself just as the natural order does. Thus it has become customary to
    • this fear manifesting itself in various forms. Fundamentally, the
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    • the Earth-evolution itself there once existed a primordial wisdom. But
    • humanity itself, something that was a kind of unconscious memory. And
    • was the Cosmos itself. And the letters that formed themselves into
    • Wherever this Wotan impulse worked itself out fully, everything that
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    • itself only learns to understand what till now it could only perceive,
    • recognise; for even on the earth itself one can hardly tell in one
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    • the very soul itself. One must develop from the ordinary human
    • had especially to exert itself. (There are other methods of
    • peculiar to itself. For instance, a soul may live back into the second
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    • of the Sun itself, to the streaming moonlight. From the way in which
    • the very Earth itself, no longer to regard the Moon as the regent, so
    • to speak, of celestial phenomena, but rather the Sun itself.—
    • when the Earth with its being has entirely withdrawn into itself.
    • cosmos; it has withdrawn its soul being into itself, has sucked it in.
    • itself, is isolated as it were from the cosmos.
    • space, must be met now by the force of the sunlight itself. And the
    • out of cosmic space into time, which itself was no longer related to
    • itself with the forces of the Sun and the stars. The Christ, Who is
    • bear in our human souls the original force itself.”
    • itself with our soul force through the Christ Impulse — this we
    • Earth itself, contends with the Dragon, Ahriman.
    • Ahrimanic forces, must unite itself, from September into December,
    • soul-element into itself, the Earth has taken its soul-being into
    • itself in the great yearly respiration. In this Earth-soul element
    • the soul-element of the Earth retire into the Earth itself, up to
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    • something other than itself out of itself. In the early Christian
    • in-and-out-breathing by the Earth itself of soul-spiritual elements.
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    • to dead nature; it considers itself incapable of rising above dead
    • this could “live itself into” the whole social structure of
    • that the Easter thought itself can only attain its new
    • the cosmos, to unite itself with cosmic worlds, if once the Michael
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    • tradition, if one simply develops further what manifests itself. One
    • manifested itself to man as ego-power. And the people had a
    • inwardly by the human being, which expressed itself for example as I
    • to perceive as far as the skin itself (red in drawing); he did
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    • manifestations of a being, of the human soul itself.
    • manifest itself to them as through a window opening out of the divine
    • world in which it revealed itself was by no means regarded in such a
    • warm, luminous, satisfied in itself. And he felt that this warming,
    • midsummer the divine-spiritual world revealed itself through moral
    • what man felt within himself to be connected of itself with this year.
    • something that united itself with his own being. In contrast to the
    • revealed itself as we have indicated, man could experience in a
    • during the winter, his soul-being made itself inwardly free.
    • livingly, must reform itself and not be allowed simply to remain as a
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    • definition as time goes on, is here revealing itself in the life of the
    • subtle and intangible when they arise in the life of soul itself. It
    • the ether-body expands, as soon as it tries to create for itself
    • but to the Luciferic nature — makes itself felt and takes shape before
    • to expression in the child, human nature itself will be impaired owing
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    • them in this limited way, he imagines the earth itself has given rise
    • The first of these riddles conceals itself under all manner of
    • its course within the soul itself — that is to say, in the surface,
    • outside itself, and we do not understand the form of man so long as we
    • itself, the space occupied by the wood, was the most important part.
    • into the “Gugelhopf” itself. He must, for example, get free of the
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    • A purely external science finds itself in difficulties when it comes
    • one and the same time. Willing shows itself contemporaneously as young
    • unfold itself completely within the etheric body. In all that takes
    • is generally dark, and this fact will of itself produce in many
    • asserts itself, Lucifer is speaking there too. It is very often only
    • What we behold in the world outside is dualistic, it shows itself to
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    • and declamation itself: so that we have, on the one hand the
    • belonging to the physical world. Yet, as will manifest itself from
    • from itself not only the forces of instinct or common intelligence,
    • human wisdom unites itself through inwardness of vision with cosmic
    • with firmness. And through what reveals itself in the collaboration
    • within itself,
    • the north. Here, through the influence of external nature itself,
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    • organization itself furnishes the instrument of artistic
    • state of consciousness where the “I” yielded itself up
    • to the divine-spiritual being which reveals itself through the
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    • still makes itself felt. We have not yet proceeded as far as the
    • observation to mental representation that should manifest itself in
    • itself, and consequently how recitation in epic metre quite
    • enjoyed. This expresses itself best in metre, in a quiet
    • it would transform itself into external movement, into life in the
    • psycho-spiritual frees itself from the bonds of the body, at a sort
    • breath which fails to become representation, and expresses itself,
    • on its way outwards and realizing itself in inner movement on the
    • interwoven into a living spiritual perception, which makes itself
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    • seen demonstrated many times, it presents itself as an accompanying
    • familiar above all with the instrument itself and with its
    • absorbed into the very substance of the vowel itself.
    • have a sensitivity to the vowel itself. He must begin by
    • in working with speech itself. Just as a painter can learn most
    • speech from speech itself: from actual speaking, from handling the
    • has abstracted itself from what can be experienced in the outer
    • poetry itself, will only become artistic when everything that the
    • tendency (since the spirit manifests itself in everything physical)
    • by a three-dimensional object is related to the object itself,
    • can be seen both in the drama itself and in the way speech is
    • “I” above itself. Going out of oneself in wide
    • will, by ardour, by enthusiasm) will bring itself to formative
    • something that can be attained through the speech-formation itself:
    • if we wish to find the truly artistic. Dramatic art itself, because
    • become effective if it shows itself in the style, in the handling
    • The Apprentices of Sais, and wrests itself from
    • flower, it spread in endless succession to itself, breaking in full
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    • within itself.
    • itself with mine.
    • twofold. Such an experience presents itself, and we wish to give it
    • itself even down to the rhyme-scheme as a picture-form. And now,
    • adapt itself to forms created in
    • show itself and be given form. In our times we often see so-called
    • over into the speech-formation itself. That would be the ideal of
    • itself into speech. Here then lies the mystery: the Greeks strove
    • Here the will lives and gives itself form. We must imagine the
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    • direct experience pouring itself out into speech.
    • having, in these uncultured times, gone amiss. The voice itself is
    • symbolism only to the extent that reality itself is a kind of
    • expanding, guides itself
    • selfhood’s feeling of itself
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    • itself, one would prefer, as I hinted in a former lecture, to
    • licence in the treatment of syllable quantities makes itself felt
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    • proportion ordained by the cosmos itself, which subsists between
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    • seem to lie very far from the theme itself, but it will all lead us
    • must feel if it is to know itself to be healthy.
    • itself directly in the Jesus-element of the Son, which means in the
    • itself, without casting a glance upon Christ Jesus. The soul must be
    • dignity, while Rosicrucianism has always sought to guard itself from
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    • earth-lives has independently made itself felt — though
    • time of the Old Testament, it took into itself whatever it could
    • for itself, but for all mankind. Humanity is a great organism, and
    • this idea turns into fantasy, for he thinks that the world itself
    • itself to a recognition of reincarnation. One has always to start
    • of itself. Through the first stages of Initiation we learn in like
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    • consciousness itself, or through a person having accepted on one or
    • concern of this individuality, and his concern plays itself out as
    • the physical plane in order to let their transaction play itself out
    • constrained to regard itself as a falsehood. No philosophy, no
    • leaves the soul alone, for the soul cannot of itself give birth to
    • itself stands there as a real fact, the personal historic Christ —
    • Faith as something that the human soul had framed for itself out of
    • because it finds itself in opposition to the universally valid
    • Faith is for him a necessity in itself. His view is that we have a
    • natural to itself. Hence the soul must say: ‘If I recognise the
    • brings that which the soul experiences, in order not to feel itself a
    • post-Christian times would feel itself bound to extinguish itself and
    • the soul pulls itself together to the point of attributing real
    • existence to itself, it cannot do otherwise than turn back to the
    • corresponding recognition that the soul must either deny itself, or,
    • if it wills to affirm itself, it must at the same time affirm Christ
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    • itself? To everyone who stands consciously in the present, who has
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    • same time death! For as long as the Ego feels itself connected with
    • God, death cannot touch it. The Ego must first tear itself away from
    • to the Earth itself, have brought forth as the Form of the physical
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    • cloths but rolled up in a place by itself. Then the other disciple,
    • the physical human body, in itself, belongs to the most difficult
    • past life. Then he sees how the etheric body separates itself, how an
    • part that fills the physical body, not the physical body itself. But
    • ‘Philosopher's Stone’. The physical body is itself
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    • soul-experience itself is bound up with the mirror. If someone breaks
    • ceases, but the soul-life itself, in so far as it goes on in the
    • and Moon. Instead, it took into itself a destructive process. Since
    • we find that the process we have just indicated shows itself in an
    • must think of the Phantom as multiplying itself, as does the cell
    • insult to the human intellect, which thinks so arrogantly of itself
    • course of time imparts itself to anyone who enters into the
    • itself to those who make themselves fitted for it. This, then, is a
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    • ‘The Divine reveals itself from the heights, and on earth peace
    • that pours itself into external beauty of form. In this passage,
    • Jesus, and when the astral body had permeated itself with the forces
    • into itself the Christ-extract of the Macrocosm. If this bodily
    • indwelling of Zarathustra that it could take into itself the
    • that the human Phantom, the primal form which draws into itself the
    • the etheric body, it attached itself to these products of
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    • itself in those individuals who find a connection with the
    • up to our own time has revealed itself to the soul who desired to
    • could say to itself: ‘Yes, a Being has lived who entered into
    • is to work in such a way that we shall grasp in the spirit itself
    • have not understood the answers which Christianity itself has given,
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    • mineral ground, takes into itself the materials of the mineral
    • kingdom, and yet raises itself above this kingdom as a higher being
    • it spreads itself out in his organism, and so pervades him that he
    • know that they develop their strength in the physical body itself. We
    • reincarnation will so connect itself with Christianity that it will
    • the human organism must understand, accept, permeate itself with the
    • come did not exist. It will express itself somewhat as follows: ‘I
    • by the Bodhisattva. The change never shows itself in youth. The
    • Good. This also will not show itself in his youth, but approximately
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    • another philosophy of life — whether calling itself materialism,
    • and potent factor in life itself. To understand this we must look far
    • whom came the gift of karma itself, who made karma possible for man?
    • case that what comes to pass reveals itself in its effect, beforehand;
    • Christ is the Light! As the word itself denotes, Lucifer is the
    • world itself, men will make progress in their moral life, in their
    • life of will, in their intellectual life. Through physical life itself
    • the physical world; for spiritual science is itself a therapy that
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    • by deeper, occult insight. The name itself suggests that Mephistopheles
    • simultaneously have revealed itself to him as a spiritual world. The
    • influence was able to assert itself in the middle of the Atlantean
    • asserted itself everywhere and all the teachings given to the peoples
    • in this third stratum the substance itself is imbued with inner
    • prediction itself would alter nothing. And just think what a terrible
    • aside, you will see that when spiritual science has itself been
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    • permeating itself with physical matter. At the end of the first Root
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    • Apocalypse itself. You only need to read with understanding the most
    • Himself, by Him through Whom Christianity itself came into the world.
    • a life repeats itself in certain epochs of human evolution. But in the
    • the Most Holy Word. But something else was possible. The WORD Itself
    • Buddha, were given for this purpose. But the WORD Itself came down in
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    • itself, it is able to institute a school on universal-human
    • art. Science itself must become art if we would approach the secrets
    • when the kind of thinking that otherwise gives itself up passively,
    • yet possess this objective world itself in Imagination, we have
    • itself is of the nature of a picture, but to the spiritual reality
    • that thus draws the creative activity of the universe into itself can
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    • development revealed in human life itself — to ignore, for
    • the harmony of its parts and its modes of activity the body itself
    • of itself unfold into blossom under the influence of sunlight and
    • reveals itself outwardly in
    • reflects itself into the most elementary principles of education. For
    • something that expressed itself outwardly, inspiring the hand to play
    • developed through palæstric it links itself with the stream of
    • and breathing — and indeed did not express itself in most
    • expressed itself in a later form.
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    • of the men. This in itself is the reinforcement of a truth of
    • — for the body now produces more delicate forces from itself
    • itself in the body — this must be developed to the greatest
    • revelation which locked within itself the deepest of all wisdom.
    • dexterity of my hands and is accomplished of itself, without need for
    • strongly in revolt, when indeed it bears within itself the forces of
    • this revolt in human nature express itself? The old primeval wisdom
    • habits formed, and then the memory arose from the body itself. A
    • the memory, by the proficiency of the body. The soul developed itself
    • that cannot balance itself in a storm, for the soul of man is the
    • for the soul itself was to be educated. And on account of the
    • And this search for other foundations expresses itself in the
    • which later on will awaken of itself in the free human being? We have
    • whole of life up to our time, it has worked itself cut of its natural
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    • the original. You would only think of a corpse as something in itself
    • — only it shows itself in the strongest form in the head. The
    • and then changed itself into an activity of soul.
    • Thought must vivify itself from within so that it becomes
    • begins to assert itself in the child from the seventh year onwards.
    • how with the change of teeth, thinking emancipates itself from
    • itself with man, it goes into the man. Then we no longer see merely
    • human head, for the physical origin of thought that frees itself
    • releases itself much later than thinking from the physical
    • expresses the emancipation of feeling. Feeling detaches itself from
    • We know how this expresses itself in the boy. The larynx changes and
    • the seventh or eight years and then gradually frees itself. It is
    • itself merely with the obvious soul qualities of the human being and
    • metamorphosis, the whole way in which feeling withdraws itself
    • to have shown how thinking emancipates itself from organic activity
    • and how feeling goes on emancipating itself from organic activity
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    • will release itself from the organism in the same way as feeling
    • releases itself at about the fourteenth year and thinking at about
    • so; it expresses itself in the adjustment of the so-called secondary
    • teeth, does the head also release itself from this strong downward
    • itself during this period. If we rightly develop the feeling-nature
    • — comes about of itself. In the human being, the interplay of
    • thought and will does not come about of itself. In the animal, the
    • freeing itself in the head and the will that is becoming free in the
    • twenty-one, takes place and is checked in the human head itself. Just
    • East. Man was urged to let the will reveal itself through the limbs,
    • in itself but also of the world-creative spirit living in the WORD,
    • human nature itself. The spirit is there within the human being but
    • deeds a revelation of that spirit which reveals itself in
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    • digest its food, it gives itself up in a most wonderful way to the
    • orientation must inhere in the organism itself; the organism is
    • organism itself.
    • how the child's organism adjusts itself to attain the upright
    • and spirit at one stage of life becomes physical, manifests itself
    • physically in later life. Years later it makes itself evident in the
    • environment expresses itself in the physical organism — though
    • unreasonableness, all this turmoil expresses itself in his breathing
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    • The pictorial and artistic tends of itself to pass into the more
    • the whole organism, whereas otherwise it would confine itself
    • activity itself. What are the movements demanded by the human
    • organism itself? No artistic feeling is brought to bear on the
    • itself according to the models set up by a natural authority.
    • itself. Up to the second dentition, at about the seventh year, the
    • More and more the inner being expresses itself outwardly and the
    • everything is now only able to understand the concepts itself
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    • will unfold itself organically and naturally in a form suited to the
    • itself will take pleasure. Qualities of the soul are thus brought into
    • connections of Nature. To study some particular plant by itself, to
    • us. The hair by itself is nothing; it cannot grow of itself and has
    • earth-substances permeate the root; the root then tears itself away
    • something that has no existence in itself. For in itself, without the
    • of the living, weaving forces of the earth itself, we can lead on to a
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    • the things themselves. We begin to calculate by using number itself,
    • itself. We take a number of objects; for example, a number of little
    • the earth and the earth itself as an organism, when he can see in the
    • attention is paid to the conception of time in itself. But suppose I
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    • itself. By a study of other languages then, the elements of will and
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    • itself, the forces underlying the development of memory. During these
    • draws, his bodily nature bestirs itself together with his qualities of
    • itself we arrange the children in a way that enables the various temperaments
    • itself, the faculties of spirit and soul, which always need stimulus
    • teacher needs; if he has these qualities, speech itself will come to
    • be artistic from the beginning, but art itself must play its proper part
    • Not until the moment when man realizes the world itself to be a work
    • cur teaching itself be full of artistic feeling, but an understanding
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    • teeth, we see how the soul is already freeing itself from the
    • most able to wrest itself free from the body, so that it was no
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    • the first object that presents itself for observation, one will
    • expressing itself through his body. There is of course no
    • the task of education when life itself has become so sacred to
    • knowledge of man must make itself felt in the sphere of
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    • organism must gradually adapt itself to the outer world, but
    • nature, itself homogeneous, understands how to bring this
    • will be there of itself, together with the imponderable mood
    • itself particularly late in life. Certain it is however that
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    • itself to us in regard to man.
    • the single plant was there for itself. But when we study the
    • itself, in the belief that you can know something about its
    • growing on the head; it cannot be studied for itself. It
    • longer, it is not an annual. It develops around itself the
    • there is a kind of hill of earth, the earth heaps itself up. We
    • never exist just for itself. Today people indulge in totally
    • this is! The mineral can exist for itself, it can really do
    • other than itself, and that other only has existence in so far
    • And so now the child learns eurythmy, speech revealing itself
    • when the ego begins to differentiate itself from the outer
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    • it for itself, and it is extraordinarily interesting to observe
    • itself, so that the teachers are always learning. In this way
    • by itself. Through this very fact however there also develops
    • by itself what I have described as something lying within the
    • practically all the teaching takes place in the school itself.
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    • It shows itself in the child as an inner restlessness; he asks
    • development of human nature itself. It is important to be able
    • heart itself believes in what is standing behind, — then
    • moments occur in the child's life. Then quite of itself the
    • leave it alone. The significance of this is that duty itself
    • over the bad. Education however must concern itself with this
    • of what is inherent in human nature itself, we try to develop
    • expression at puberty. For what then makes itself felt
    • the deeper tone which will first make itself heard outwardly at
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    • paler. I see this increasing pallor. It shows itself in the
    • fusion and becomes a power in itself, and the same holds good
    • impress itself on him. I shall therefore give him hard nuts to
    • each existing by and for itself. In our time this separation
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    • whole, that is complete in itself. Now, as various
    • it will not be able to free itself from the model and at the
    • Just as the ether body works at freeing itself in order to
    • which, in itself an inner rhythmical relationship, nevertheless
    • forms of his body are shaped out of music itself. Therefore if
    • of teeth and puberty, the astral body frees itself, becomes
    • as it emancipates and frees itself.
    • formed itself out of an internal dancing, an internal singing,
    • Method follows of itself when we proceed in this way. As an
    • life itself.
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    • we see how the personality at that time still made itself felt,
    • healing, was of itself a part of medical practice and hygiene.
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    • itself. Up to now few activities have grown out of the
    • that anthroposophy is itself a religious movement — we
    • the case of eurythmy for instance it was destiny itself that
    • the anthroposophical movement, that movement is itself faced
    • for it intends nothing more nor less than life itself. In
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    • realize the course which must be taken by education itself for
    • of the spirit itself, a communication into this form of writing
    • itself. Its influence is present like an undertone; when the
    • this method the child is inoculated by what expresses itself as
    • excluded by the method or technique itself.
    • that, but we try to awaken his interest in the form itself.
    • impulse of becoming one with growing forces of the form itself.
    • with the nose-form itself, and only later does the resemblance
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    • kind of sympathy develops in the eye itself: the blood vessels
    • expresses itself as sympathy, as an activity of sympathy.
    • a resistance, this expresses itself in e. And if, again,
    • union, this expresses itself in i.
    • “outwits” itself, as it were, becomes something
    • round, because roundness in itself is bound up with all that
    • him correctly for the life of ideas. Your understanding itself
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    • side and for their union to take place of itself, creatively,
    • incidentally, the child gets itself at first thoroughly grubby
    • you are painting with blue, that the blue colour itself
    • expresses itself particularly in the child's third and
    • able to get very far, but it should confine itself to the
    • is itself an echo of the world. When the human being sings he
    • remember that natural science teaching itself only belongs to
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    • group of people expresses itself. If you consciously penetrate
    • will, it is an impulse to selflessness itself, a direct impulse
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    • That is, in the very school itself the State did not merely
    • the sensitiveness to authority arises of itself, that is by
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    • prevailing opinion wherever this shows itself antagonistic or
    • only be ascertained by a detour. The will fulfils itself in
    • in these sentences just by memory itself, you certainly do not
    • others, such truths as I have just mentioned. Life itself, to a
    • itself that the teacher should go up with his own pupils
    • sense life has a rhythm. This manifests itself even in everyday
    • decisions, in the rhythm of day to day itself. If you have
    • feeling for life itself. But you will then part company very
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    • itself.
    • itself in an aura, to divert the attention of the approaching
    • understand that the cuttle-fish, when protecting itself from
    • does so, can adjust itself to light. Because the taste-organs
    • grasping something by its fore-feet, it supports itself on its
    • grown on. The cuttle-fish is sensitive in itself, in its own
    • mouse, because it can use its own body to propel itself forward
    • show the child: that the cuttle-fish expresses itself less
    • able to gnaw at objects, as it must, to nourish itself, and
    • itself through the world, that it lets itself be carried by the
    • itself, the mouse or the lamb or the horse for itself, and even
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    • entity at puberty, but it manifests itself in the etheric body
    • the teaching of physics. Indeed, physics teaching of itself
    • take care to develop physical concepts from life itself. As far
    • it is the soul and spirit which must transport itself back into
    • set up by a wire is established by the earth itself. In the
    • earth itself the process takes place which could otherwise only
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    • evolve grammar as though of itself from the very use of the
    • which is based merely on the element of language itself and not
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    • it in life evolution itself. But into this complete plan
    • work should really be done in the school itself. In a foreign
    • combining the object lesson with geometry itself.
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    • kingdom nature itself often gives us the whole and we can go from
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    • satisfaction that human nature shows of being itself worried
    • itself in the child if you do not approach it so directly, so
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    • should show. That is why when, in these days, our youth itself
    • realization would result of itself with the ideal time-table.
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    • those days was left to the actual process of teaching itself,
    • every moment lends itself to an opportunity of instruction in
    • itself predisposed to seek psychic qualities in plants;
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    • has set itself hitherto. Not that we are so vain or proud as to
    • child itself. It can only be an unconscious result of what the parents
    • unites itself with the one just described. We can say: down there on
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    • itself or of will. Psychologists have completely failed — owing
    • content comes from mental picturing. As for will itself it has no
    • picturing, and who does not allow the will to fulfil itself, thereby
    • it never can become spiritual; it loses itself in its bodily nature.
    • which we live has been obliged to entangle itself in a mass of errors,
    • itself outside itself. That is our head. We can use our head as an
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    • Outer nature presents itself to us in two ways. On the one side, we
    • Now when you turn to consider Nature itself from this point of view
    • changes that are caused by Nature itself. In any case the gist of the
    • earth evolution the animal forms as well as the earth itself would
    • not receive human bodies into itself it would take its course in
    • evolution of the earth itself is maintained. It is owing to
    • the spiritual world in order to unite itself with the physical body of
    • the general suicide and the earth would of itself have disintegrated
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    • which does not yet express itself, which remains behind in the soul,
    • comes out of prenatal existence and unites itself with the body; it
    • which enters truly into the life of feeling and which the Will itself
    • physical body itself is, in this respect his teacher. We can observe
    • That so-called scientific line of thought which calls itself
    • forces, and that it often shows itself to be extraordinarily clever,
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    • nerves are continued right into the eye itself; but so also are the
    • activity itself the antipathetic element comes from the actual
    • the consciousness above the threshold, and our willing itself appears
    • humanity and partakers in the world's process itself.
    • another, and in Arabesque which builds itself up from tone to tone,
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    • Soul reveals itself in sympathy and antipathy. Light of consciousness
    • pass through these world forces if this ego were to give itself up
    • directly to them. This ego cannot give itself up to all that is round
    • guarded from having to pour itself out into the world forces. In
    • directly attached to it and that it had to walk itself. Then your
    • body as in a carriage and allows itself to be conveyed by this
    • carriage. And it is only because the head allows itself, as in a
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    • itself from it. And a good deal of education is concerned with this,
    • has been freed from willing unites itself with thinking-cognition. And
    • man's sense sphere spreads itself externally — for we bear
    • Only by continually expelling itself from life, so that it does not
    • him to find out these things from the reality, from the thing itself.
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    • should exert itself directly in single actions in order to regulate
    • itself is contentedly asleep to many things.
    • what you have recognised as a circle connects itself with the colour
    • always a correspondence between the two, so that of itself the soul
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    • arise of itself, if, for instance, the teacher does not merely
    • What is living in the human being tends to transform itself in life in
    • old age; and in old age it transforms itself into the capacity of
    • and this living element is open to change, it transforms itself,
    • when he has accomplished the change of teeth the Present plays itself
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    • thing enclosed in itself. It is, so to speak, just what it
    • appears. The head form is the one that conceals least of itself.
    • much of itself. It leaves part of itself invisible. It is very
    • study how the will reveals itself in the outer bodily forms of the
    • the limbs unites itself within you. This is why I had to say in the
    • movement of the world continuously to rest within itself. Place
    • which quietly allows itself to be carried forwards by the limbs, and
    • itself.
    • within itself the dancing movements of the limbs. When the limbs
    • itself has become more and more egotistic. And to-day we live in an
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    • spirit is still dreaming and outside of itself. When we observe a
    • can do this. Here the spirit that dwells in all matter asserts itself
    • You see how the spiritual-soul element leads over of itself into the
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    • Illnesses caused through plant nature asserting itself, Plants are
    • world arises by building itself up from carbon which plants in their
    • photograph of a shadow, and even in walking itself you would have a
    • really do? It continually sets itself a peculiar task.
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    • back on itself. So does the spirit and soul gush over in man. The
    • throws itself against the destructive onset of spirit and soul, and
    • And the task of the body is to develop in itself what is potentially
    • for itself — that an insufficient quantity of it is consumed by
    • dammed up in itself, matter crumbles away and decays. Hence arise
    • picture it as something that takes up spirit and soul into itself,
    • the spirit that has dammed itself up within him, this is the spirit
    • thrown back upon itself. In spiritual work the activity of the body is
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    • human being, it will be particularly clear how man's head is in itself
    • that shows itself, namely, in the power of imagination. It is to this
    • head itself is really a whole human being with the limbs and chest
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    • maintain itself, must be rooted in the venerable past. Perhaps it is
    • science itself.
    • And devoted and unprejudiced observation of life itself goes far to
    • and noise of the outer world. Just as the eye must shut itself against
    • child is entirely sense-organ — shut itself off against the
    • normal children), we shall see how speech forms itself from out of
    • within the external world — does not yet feel itself
    • achieve by a cognition which can go right out of itself, which can
    • spirit penetrates into the depths of life itself — intuitional
    • shows itself in the child's having a longing for dependence on a
    • the great school of manhood, which is life itself. We must not learn
    • Inspiration itself. And when we have led the child on its way as far
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    • for help (The gesture of M is meant. See Eurhythmy.). A by itself
    • someone gives me a blow mind can reflect it. Mind cannot itself give
    • creative. Spirit is the essence of productivity, productivity itself.
    • Mind, Intellect, is copy, reflection, passivity itself: — that
    • itself hidden. I perceive the effect in passions, in sympathy, etc. I
    • the fact that we have freed thought itself far more, have made it far
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    • expressed: by wanting nothing for itself. The moment the eye wants
    • something for itself — so to speak — the moment the organic
    • somewhat absolute manner when they have to be expressed. Life itself
    • to light to the fact that it shuts itself off from the being of man,
    • Now what has brought this about? Life itself. Unconsciously we have
    • moment to Time itself.
    • itself is living witness of spiritual worlds and it is here that our
    • Now this lends itself to triviality — no doubt an extremely
    • The image itself refutes this objection; it was expressly used to meet
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    • Now this is a contradiction, but it is one which life itself presents
    • and only sends the idea of itself, the concept of light, into the
    • itself to the world. Little by little he must transform his inherited
    • satisfaction of forming moral judgment in contact with life itself. We
    • itself. And we should not rob the child of the satis-faction of
    • cosmic world has given us birth and given us a place within itself. A
    • born of Love for the Educational Deed itself has any effect on the
    • contact with life itself even in very early youth. Our rightful place
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    • deriving the letter form for the child from life itself. While you say
    • than is customary, but it comes almost of itself.
    • “subject,” but we simply unfold the world itself in vivid
    • between girls and boys is in itself a sign that a significant period
    • A stone is a totality by itself. It can lie about anywhere and it
    • out a hair of our head and regard the hair as a thing in itself. The
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    • years the skeleton adapts itself to the outer world. A mechanic and
    • year, the bone system, which is adjusting itself to the outer world,
    • everything into itself.
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    • to deal freely and spontaneously with the element of colour itself.
    • nature of colour itself, not by trying to copy something in a
    • feelings which go with such colours as these; then Greece itself can
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    • regulated the blood. Now the blood is left to itself. Therefore it
    • educational measures taken in the school itself, the same is true for
    • child has done, but it is a power in itself and continues to work
    • first, fundamental colour expressing the movement itself, a second
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    • antipathy arises; man's inner organism sets itself against abstract
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    • — which will transform itself into a sort of feeling for the
    • may be considered the basis for human eurythmy itself since it appears
    • to regard each human organ as a thing unto itself. That isn't the case,
    • When we breathe and this breathing expresses itself in speaking or singing,
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    • a movement that is in itself a bit painful and that is indeed the purpose.
    • this “H” which reveals itself as unequivocally Luciferic.
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    • taken into account and which makes itself quite apparent to the
    • itself to our souls yesterday we can combat that which makes children,
    • human head — which of itself, of course, intends to become a sphere
    • moon-building forces the head is formed. If it were left to itself the
    • how this inward E-making in man sums itself up into the vertical. As
    • the head puffs itself out and wants to become a horn-blowing cherub,
    • this E-process, this pulling-oneselftogether-in-points, sums itself
    • itself particularly in the organic side effects of the evolution of
    • we have only coarse words — of something which expresses itself
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    • pushes itself into the circulatory system from the metabolic system
    • which thus promotes the movement of the intestine itself. The difference
    • case of D and T the processing of the food itself is more affected while
    • in the intestine when the intestine itself lags.
    • strongly on the peristalsis, on the movement of the intestine itself.
    • the intestine itself, the peristalsis, as all these movements in fact
    • which pertains to the stomach. When someone has what is in itself such
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    • effect of laughing itself is really very greatly heightened. The curative
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    • themselves in the figure. If, however, one sees the human organism itself
    • which demand to be carried out. Volition dammed up within itself is
    • limb-metabolic system to a degree, a strong reaction makes itself evident.
    • the aura in their proximity. This expresses itself in turn in its
    • It is metabolic activity which thrusts itself into the rhythmic activity,
    • skin brings itself into harmony with the outer being of man. Through the
    • densified in itself, which is, of course, always the case with spiritual
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    • so on. How that can he done will reveal itself to you as if of its own
    • as well, which would express itself in a deformation of the rhythmic
    • We just have to learn to notice what kind of effect eurythmy itself,
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    • extends itself, to be sure in a somewhat complicated way, even into
    • expresses itself in the consonantal element. That can be reinforced
    • vitally reinforce the curative eurythmic element itself.
    • permits itself to be influenced by the etheric, which itself is too
    • itself is left in peace, exercises may nevertheless definitely be done
    • which does not engage itself in the etheric and physical organisation. Here
    • is wrung which then accommodates itself to the activity of the soul.
    • in disposing of the analogy, one can have done with the matter itself.
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    • means of expression, embody itself in a new form of art. It will
    • itself through speech — the art of poetry.
    • musically. Indeed one can go so far as to say that painting itself can
    • gain for itself independent life. It will then become apparent that
    • more expressive than speech itself.
    • Brentano's philosophy, in itself, was far more beautiful than his own
    • feeling only has to unite itself with thought, with the head system,
    • In singing also the soul life expresses itself through tone.
    • the same way as speech itself once came forth from the world of
    • find that this breath stream reveals itself to our imagination as
    • desire into the realm of speech itself, and declare that there should
    • The truth is that speech itself arises out of those movements of the
    • human organisation in just as natural a way as speech itself.
    • particular situation, but is in itself actually of a Eurythmic nature.
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    • nutrition itself. One's immediate thought of nutrition is that when we
    • head has been formed. While the head itself is still soft, as in the
    • harder itself, it gives over to the body the forces by which both man
    • needs for itself. Foods that lean toward the green of the plant and
    • body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By being
    • itself: all the things I do in cooking, I save my body from doing. I
    • would never be able to build them by itself. If he did not take in
    • much, for they've been cooked by the sun itself during the whole
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    • his memory as a complete human entity; his body by itself does not
    • “memory” forces just for building itself up. So one must always be
    • cannot flourish unless the soil itself is to some degree alive. And
    • cow-barn and so on; the right manure is what comes off the farm itself.
    • see from various circumstances that the human body itself craves what
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    • the will. Tone, however, is a direct expression of the will itself,
    • itself; he perceives the will of nature and reproduces it in series
    • intimate relationship to the Thing-in-Itself and penetrates to the
    • but announces itself first as a world of tone. In this state of
    • with the forces of the astral world itself, but the etheric body
    • itself. When the human being hears music, he has a sense of
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    • everything observed by man as the world around him reflects itself
    • forth by the human soul itself.
    • flows through the world; he hears how this will expresses itself in
    • transmits itself into man's entire life in waking
    • man learns to enter shows itself to him at first only partially, but
    • outside into itself. An utterly unselfish corporeality, fully pure
    • Devachanic world, the soul absorbs into itself the world of tones.
    • that the soul feels itself stronger than the body. In the effects of
    • experience itself anew in the onward-flowing stream of time. Just as
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    • itself in the son. These three individualities have absolutely
    • comes the astral body, in itself quite a complicated entity, and
    • developed itself upward, while the soul descended.
    • ancestor — had developed itself to the point where it could
    • link itself with hydrogen. A still more delicate state than “chemical
    • capable of developing warm blood links a soul to itself. As soon as
    • soul [Ich-Seele] was ready to unite itself with the physical
    • between all other organs. The ear itself reverberates; it is like a
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    • immersed itself in the prose element and the intellectual element, we
    • itself. The consonants, on the other hand, tend to long continuously
    • The soul element (red), which expresses itself in vowels, pushes
    • inspiration, a new element begins to express itself, namely the
    • yourself actually stop singing; it sings. The world itself
    • on earth, even the tone that reveals itself as sound: on earth it
    • itself, however, is something spiritual. Just as the human being is
    • time. More and more of the spiritual world reveals itself in this
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    • that it rested within itself. Man began to relate the feeling for his
    • the subjective soul element relates itself to the musical element.
    • within the human organism, the “I” connects itself again
    • embryonic development and today expresses itself in our movements and
    • develop shades within itself — prosaic science would say that
    • itself, the concept arises that becomes objectified in sound [im
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    • is not because the experience of the fourth in itself is the most
    • to give an idea of what song itself was like in the age when the
    • willing. Harmony directly addresses itself to feeling and is
    • musical element itself could become a direct will impulse without
    • it must restrain itself, as it were, and this is accomplished through
    • experience bases itself on the mysterious relationship between
    • which in itself has attained world-historical heights — he
    • physiology that would have significance for music itself does not
    • performer in these forms; and quite by itself the instinct will arise
    • perceiving itself, would have to look back upon itself; this, then,
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    • thoughts of itself. We therefore cannot speak of thoughts as if they
    • because this human soul surrendered itself to the earth. You perhaps
    • could enclose in himself, as it were, what formerly offered itself to
    • minor thirds — the musical element submerged itself, as it
    • experience now links itself with uplifting, joyous human moods and
    • the ancient mysteries, which at the same time was in itself artistic;
    • itself to us by this inner unity of everything that man, perceiving
    • transform itself for human evolution if humanity on earth is not to
    • itself for earthly humanity into a rediscovery of the divine.
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    • materialistic thought of today prefers to confine itself. No really
    • One of these things — and it will assert itself most powerfully
    • nevertheless it will assert itself and for the following reason.
    • intended to avert, and which was itself being pursued and staged with
    • thing itself we see the impulse and that we simply cannot do otherwise
    • materialistic science acquaints itself with the world.
    • itself to men. But it goes against the grain to speak about these
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    • modern man would come to the Earth of itself. All these ideas are
    • soul resembles its own conceptions of itself. This is really an
    • ripened truth: The soul is what it thinks itself to be. At the time
    • truth: The soul is what it thinks itself to be, at that time Spirits
    • itself to be; but in a higher sense still, thoughts become real powers
    • post-mortem existence will reveal itself all in good time. For this
    • fact itself. But in our time, endeavours are on foot to spread
    • give us the strength to go further and it will contain in itself the
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    • The scope of Christianity itself is infinite and light can be shed
    • gaze to the beginning of our era. We compare what thus reveals itself
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    • developed in the physical body itself, but only through their
    • that it can itself evolve the faculties connected with his particular
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    • the human soul itself. Hence he could not speak only of the fruits of
    • over which spreads the darkness of ignorance, although it asserts itself
    • insinuates itself into man from what has remained in him from
    • right view of each thing, purely according to what presents itself
    • of itself, forces that formerly could flow down from higher realms
    • objective science itself. In its depths the human soul has always
    • back again into the cosmos from the soul itself. Men who were able to
    • consumed. The plant food which the hare itself could eat was not
    • as a Bodhisattva; it is a body that does not contain in itself all
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    • we heard that the Nirmanakaya of Buddha manifested itself to the
    • humanity truths that were gradually to arise in humanity itself. He
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    • the Gospels — that the world itself could not contain the books
    • in such a way that if the human soul allows itself to be influenced
    • Cosmos. We should have no eye sensitive to light if the light itself
    • Splendour’. They saw in him a reflection of the Sun itself.
    • form, whatever expresses itself directly in the outer structure, and
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    • discovered by humanity itself through the moral tenor of the
    • law and obey in order to purify itself and thus reach the highest
    • for two streams of civilization, one of which receives into itself
    • enmeshed in these forces but the moral element itself in which the
    • itself that John the Baptist is to be regarded as the reborn Elijah.
    • itself to the shepherds and hovered above the head of the Nathan
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    • eyes of spirit, the development of the human being shows itself to be
    • etheric body in the Solomon Jesus asserted itself. The maturity of
    • manifests itself through the rays of the Moon in the otherwise dark
    • whom wisdom itself streams as very substance.
    • not of teaching, but of the spiritual substance itself. And it
    • spiritual substance itself — appeared on the Earth. This was the
    • nature of soul expresses itself in his physical and etheric
    • What we call ‘will’ expresses itself etherically in what we call
    • the will, which expresses itself physically in the blood, lives in
    • itself in the blood, that is to say in the movement of the blood. What
    • we call ‘feeling’ expresses itself in the part of the etheric
    • belongs; in respect of its etheric nature, to the life-ether itself.
    • which lives in tone or sound, in meaning, manifesting itself only to
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    • emerge again, emancipate itself from the physical body and become
    • etheric body could immediately take into itself the forces of the
    • future will itself be a source of healing, springing from the inmost
    • Persia the soul began to be enclosed within itself to an increasing
    • they were the highest? In outer life itself the effect made by one
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    • been an empty Ego, concerned with itself alone and having no wish to
    • In a certain sense the process of evolution itself is based upon this
    • understood in a really living way. Spiritual science itself must
    • should be imbued with life. The Gospel itself should be something
    • itself as a living power to the Earth. That is the great difference.
    • that the Ego itself should have the power to ray out love as
    • Christ. He poured love itself into men and it will grow from strength
    • overflowing love. The Gospel itself will be found to contain this
    • heart, from that which the heart does not confine within itself. The
    • allows it gradually to become the possession of the human Ego itself.
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    • enunciation of the teaching itself.
    • within itself the all-embracing Christ-principle.
    • well, when it allows itself to be inspired to some extent by
    • natural science itself will eventually be compelled to recognize that
    • the Ego itself must develop, that it must now be directly inspired,
    • forces but its influence asserts itself from the very earliest embryonic
    • the Luciferic influence, cannot make itself manifest. The
    • the child-nature in man. The Christ-power may not link itself with
    • that the forum of that world itself inflicts the punishment; let us
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    • strong enough to assert itself against what one has grown into in
    • establish itself in European civilization.
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    • individual member, the Society itself had what might be described as
    • an awareness of itself. This identity was so strong that even when
    • the Anthroposophical Society had separated itself, when people
    • of contradiction, that something can only be itself or something
    • Christ” to a group which called itself Die Kommenden.
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    • valuable. But having got lost, deluding itself that it considers
    • trace of spirit within itself.
    • something which had its source within itself. One need only apply
    • some healthy common sense and it spoke for itself. But there were
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    • itself. When such literary people hear of theosophy they open a
    • across has nothing to do with what called itself the Theosophical
    • Christianity itself has been able to be preserved only in its old
    • who felt these impulses. Indeed, this movement aimed to make itself
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    • something which has to be drawn as turning back on itself (see
    • for the spirit among them which was increasingly asserting itself,
    • and asserting itself more strongly week by week.
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    • the former to defend itself against modern scientific thinking during
    • concern itself with the spiritual content which came from the
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    • that the anthroposophical movement itself should be defined in the
    • booklet involved itself with politics! And there was more of the
    • which has taken upon itself the task of doing something which a large
    • itself, and then wait and see how many people are able to understand
    • spirit itself. That should not, of course, lead to the stupid
    • understanding of the conditions governing life itself will find it
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    • this material was not central to anthroposophy itself. For
    • therefore has no future if it wants to make itself popular. Thus it
    • itself, as I discussed this morning in relation to the Goetheanum.
    • guidance from anthroposophy itself whatever the situation. That does
    • happen if anthroposophy itself is seen as a living, supersensory,
  • Title: True/False Paths: Lecture One: Nature is the Great Illusion; Know Thyself
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    • unto itself. Then, from an examination of the dodekahedron, we
    • world unto itself. As human beings here on Earth, we conclude
    • metal itself, so that we become, as it were, inwardly merged with
    • upwards far out into the universe. The universe reveals itself solely
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    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • death. Quicksilver attracts to itself everything that can
    • temperament that manifests itself physically in the circulation
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    • world proper to it and attracts to itself nothing from a world that
    • itself something from an alien world; it assimilates something
    • spectator rôle is not in itself harmful, for the essence of the
    • the motor car, but not the construction of the car itself. We cannot
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    • genuine Initiation-medicine, which itself is an Initiation-natural
    • evidence of how the spirit operates and reveals itself in matter.
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    • of the strengthened inner Moon nature, from dissociating itself from
    • orientation which must be sought in the spiritual world itself. All
    • with their counterpart in the spiritual world itself.
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    • itself however moves freely in space like the stars which mutually
    • inwardly permeated with spirit. If music allows itself to be inspired
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    • but we drag it down to Earth. The animal leaves something of itself
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    • fashioned, is a little world unto itself.
    • unto itself. Then, from an examination of the dodekahedron, we
    • world unto itself. As human beings here on Earth, we conclude
    • metal itself, so that we become, as it were, inwardly merged with
    • upwards far out into the universe. The universe reveals itself solely
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    • back upon itself in man is of importance only for the life between
    • death. Quicksilver attracts to itself everything that can
    • temperament that manifests itself physically in the circulation
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    • member of the human organization is the Ego itself. We perceive the
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    • impresses itself strongly in the physical body. In the case of these
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    • world proper to it and attracts to itself nothing from a world that
    • itself something from an alien world; it assimilates something
    • spectator rôle is not in itself harmful, for the essence of the
    • the motor car, but not the construction of the car itself. We cannot
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    • condition itself is normal. For the ability to move about, to seize
    • genuine Initiation-medicine, which itself is an Initiation-natural
    • evidence of how the spirit operates and reveals itself in matter.
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    • of the strengthened inner Moon nature, from dissociating itself from
    • orientation which must be sought in the spiritual world itself. All
    • with their counterpart in the spiritual world itself.
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    • itself however moves freely in space like the stars which mutually
    • inwardly permeated with spirit. If music allows itself to be inspired
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    • that was so proud of itself took a tremendous leap forward in
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    • body, for instance, is in itself structured and consists of
    • living system of laws in the astral body for itself, a living
    • corresponds to the astral body itself, and so on. These are
    • corresponds to the astral body itself, and so on. This is not
    • body which corresponds to the astral body itself. A fourth is
    • itself” I could say “the member experienced in
    • science is itself an initial impulse that will continue to
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    • to men by the gods, which manifested itself as atavistic
    • place more within the soul itself. It is, at the same time,
    • become an entire stranger to itself; as though it had been
    • Then the soul may feel itself forced into complete
    • the cosmos is composed. Further the soul may feel itself
    • divine will, working in the cosmos itself.
    • for the present time, how the soul is able to adjust itself
    • that musical creativity is called upon to perfect itself more
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    • earth, the earth spirit, concentrated within itself,
    • world would have if it could experience itself within you.
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    • a form which arises out of the colour itself. We shall feel
    • only want to punish us, but wants to impart itself to us and
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    • will not be easy to fill our whole being and life itself with
    • living being within us and forms itself anew, filling us not
    • building itself an impression, a copy of this reconciling of
    • pillars and all that is connected with them, can of itself
    • and which is preparing itself to make something of you in the
    • you like, it has as many points of view as life itself. But
    • spiritual science itself must become life. Spiritual science
    • belongs to life itself. Thus, spiritual science will have to
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    • ego has entered and made itself felt, but they prey on him
    • spiritual-scientific sense. It is itself a token of the fact
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    • of the building itself, if this conception is correct. It
    • devote itself even more strongly to the effects of eating and
    • of what comes to expression in the building itself.
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    • was something in the world mist itself that was able to move and so
    • schoolteacher; it can cause the rotation itself.
    • So now we have the second condition that formed itself
    • do? Well, it pushes it off, it makes something around itself, it
    • makes the eggshell around itself! That is the mineral element. The
    • eggshell remains as long as the bird must protect itself inwardly
    • around itself.
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    • during the earth period itself. Thus we have as an original condition
    • separated itself off but also in the earth itself. Above all, the
    • for the earth itself, so that it was not only filled with life but it
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    • nor higher animal existed, the earth itself was alive. This obliges
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    • earth itself had lost its life. As I told you last time, it was only
    • animals were formed after the earth itself had died and was itself no
    • Naturally when it rose again, it was barren waste. It covered itself
    • and ordered the eagle to make an owl-statue of itself. He would make
    • piece of bread has itself become a man. Thus everything you eat as
    • this gas through its own forces formed itself into the human beings
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    • itself up out of the rest of mighty Nature. It was only when
    • calculations from data to suit itself. The truth is that even in the
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    • should gain a clear idea of nutrition itself. One's immediate thought
    • result of the way the head has been formed. While the head itself is
    • becomes harder and harder itself, it gives over to the body the
    • roots gives the body what it needs for itself. Foods that lean toward
    • help the body: it does not have to provide all the warmth itself. By
    • baking itself: all the things I do in cooking, I save my body from
    • minerals, his body would never be able to build them by itself. If he
    • itself during the whole summer! There an inner ripening has already
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    • itself does not have the kind of memory that can take note of
    • itself up. So one must always be eating new protein in order to be
    • ground. The plant cannot flourish unless the soil itself is to some
    • itself. In recent times when everything has become materialistic,
    • itself craves what it needs. Here's just one example: people who are
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    • adjusts itself to the scents of the planets just as do the plants
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    • This indicates, as you can see, that the sun itself
    • 25,915 is itself very interesting! If you think of the breath and
    • and the human stomach would have to adjust itself accordingly!
    • iron to itself from a long way off, for its root has a strong force
    • within itself. It draws to itself everything it possibly can, in the
    • garden cultivation too, from a long way away, and nourishes itself
    • everything else to itself because it is well able to do so. And so it
    • power for drawing oil to itself.
    • fortunate for it; it draws a great deal of oil to itself and develops
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    • warm itself and streams downward toward the empty spaces left in the
    • before. So as everything repeats itself, these people observed other
    • that the forces arising in the atmosphere itself have a tremendously
    • Lightning is the heat generated in the air itself that
    • itself is not electricity.
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    • formed itself as a globe. Now actually it is not true that the earth
    • air in the mines catches fire of itself. He asked himself how this
    • it forces an outlet for itself.
    • you have Vesuvius. And when the latter has once established itself
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    • way that the head itself must also serve as a digestive organ for the
    • concern itself with scientific details, but every individual ought at
    • science itself was sheer materialism. Nothing that is contained in
    • science itself is admirable, it is untrue.
    • presented itself up to the present day, is responsible for dreadful
    • science itself. Today we have a natural science that is full of
    • health of their head is impaired, because the head itself then has to
  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 1: The Mission of Spiritual Science
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    • merely contemplating the external world? If the external world could itself,
    • free delight: then the universe, if it could become conscious of itself,
    • to make for itself a picture of the outer world. But he goes on to say that
    • what the human soul can itself achieve by development of the forces and
    • of a few; it cannot limit itself to a small circle. Certainly, anything an
    • this way, it must find means of making itself understood by all who wish to
    • understand it. This entails that it must direct itself to those powers which
    • we look back into remote antiquity, Spiritual Science itself tells us that in
    • today the soul allows itself to be acted on by what the spiritual researcher
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    • reveals itself to his perception. Again, it has often been emphasised here
    • itself through all its sojourns on earth? It is the Ego, the ‘I’,
    • steel, which cannot burn him, and white-hot steel itself, which can.
    • the organs whereby it is enabled to go out from itself and to connect its
    • itself in the course of succeeding lives; it must become a centre whereby man
    • selfish hardening of the Ego and a shutting off of itself with its riches
    • own resources, it must go out from itself and relate itself to the whole of
    • — when on one side it enriches itself increasingly and on the other
    • more and more clearly conscious of itself. But as far as the Sentient Soul is
    • Ego at a time when the Ego is still incapable of educating itself?
    • presence felt and seeks to safeguard itself against this outer event. The
    • wisdom of the world and shows itself in the righting of wrongs the
    • might raise itself from the low level to which it had sunk.
    • itself. The gifts that Zeus could bestow were not adapted to furthering the
    • educate itself. Such is the deeper meaning of the legend.
    • enlarging itself; and that is exactly how the gifts bestowed by Prometheus
    • itself, for it will be shutting itself off from the outer world. Enriching
    • itself is one side only of the Ego's task. It has to go out and bring its
    • whereby the Ego could enrich itself. Thus, inevitably, he challenged the
    • individual human Ego is checked and driven back on itself when it has to
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  • Title: Metaporphoses/Soul One: Lecture 3: The Mission of Truth
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    • overcoming anger the soul continually improves itself. If a man insists on
    • initially yield, so that, when it finally asserts itself, it is not weakened,
    • element that the soul may love within itself, leading not to egoism but to
    • he expects. Anything we think out in advance must prove itself in practice:
    • make it withdraw into itself and look with hostility on the world. A man can
    • more and more inwardly divine, in so far as it reflects in itself an
    • anger we see the wrathful self closed up in itself and refusing to go forth
    • In Nature, the right is established when the wrong destroys itself. But to
    • release from itself; but at the same time it incurs the danger of losing
    • itself. This does not yet apply to Prometheus himself, but when a man
    • disclose itself first to those who approach it with the support of a
    • Goethe called the Word. That, which lives in the soul and must unite itself
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    • something which the soul has not yet come to know and to unite itself with,
    • has risen to this height and feels itself to be at one with the
    • is progressing through a continuing evolution in which it is itself the
    • it has to go further. And as a self-conscious soul it must say to itself: How
    • of this is egoism. A self that is too weak will lose itself in the flood of
    • to acquire knowledge of the world and of itself, and for this it requires the
    • world and not stand blankly in front of it, for then the outer world itself
    • acquire. How, then, if logic is this instrument, can logic itself be proved?
    • One might say: Logic can prove itself. Yes, but before we begin proving logic
    • however, the soul must allow itself to be educated by the Ego, the source of
    • which knowledge is sought. Thus, having raised itself out of the Sentient
    • longs to unite itself. But the Ego has two sides. It is impelled by necessity
    • the task of not allowing itself to fall under the hardening influence of
    • immediate danger of losing itself. This is most likely to happen, above all,
    • goes out of itself and loses itself in the other being or thing to which it
    • undefined darkness; in fainting by the soul, the Ego loses itself spiritually
    • impaired. This can happen if the Ego is not strong enough to extend itself
    • reverence always carry the Ego with it? The Ego cannot allow itself to be led
    • knowledge of itself. Nothing else can protect the Ego from losing itself when
    • devotion leads it out into the world. The soul can be led out of itself
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    • all those phenomena where something inward is working to reveal