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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • or one who is prone to senseless judgment or apt to fall prey to any
    • must be remembered to what extent most people tend to sloppy, careless
    • five minutes or, indeed, even less is enough. For this brief period, a
    • worthless but can be dangerous under certain circumstances. This had
    • apart from other books of instruction in that it is harmless. Only
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • taken up these professions under significantly less favourable
    • women had to get there with very much less preparation. Not only
    • today, very many women graduates stand in the world, in no way less
    • able or less perceptive than men.
    • women's abilities has been answered, nevertheless, if we wish to
    • less from a man of the same people than from a woman of another. From
    • also the bearer of everything that is more or less permanent in human
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • condoned for its own sake. Although it is no doubt less damaging
    • it as a physical instrument. An instrument is useless if it is not
    • First, inner warmth is produced and second, something that is less
    • Nevertheless, it is not without reason that a mixed diet has become
    • ego. A person who drinks much alcohol needs less food and his body
    • will require less nourishment than is normally required in the
    • such a manner that he becomes less the slave of his nutritional
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • he is less able to accomplish anything on the moral plane for there he
    • Endeavours to dissemble are useless. In the face of the higher Cosmic
    • nevertheless that many a time when people — even in considerable
    • insignificant compared with the blessing bestowed upon the individual
    • images of the spiritual world we nevertheless fall far short of what
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • avoided if people would only be less forgetful. And who can claim to be
    • exercise can be quite useful in helping us to become less forgetful.
    • certainly would do well to advise him to write less and take a good
    • doubtless be a long time before leading educators will consider it
    • anything but foolish. Nevertheless, suppose that children were first taught
    • body. The restless daily bustle of modern life does not allow them the
    • life. Nevertheless, it is still a good exercise to practice in later years.
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • way that people become less susceptible to illnesses and that they have a
    • less oppressive effect. They will become less oppressive when we
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • unless it be assumed that the audience keep in mind various things
    • from natural science is tied up with a problem that more or less
    • less important parts. This arrangement can be recognized when facts
    • There is a law in natural science whose validity is more or less
    • I realize that I am presenting things that are even less popular with
    • our eyes, so to speak. Had we no eyes, the world would be colorless
    • sightless human being. The one thought is as true as the other: There
    • Christ unless it identifies itself with Him? Yet the opposite thought
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • Nevertheless, it is an illusion to think that our more complicated way of
    • it was only a vague notion, they nevertheless knew of such things. They
    • with the forms of children borne by angels into the land of the blessed. In
    • influences of weather triumph over what descends, full of blessings, from
    • rise to a knowledge concerning the two Jesus boys, nevertheless, it remains
    • In the blessed Light of Christmas,
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • understanding. Nevertheless all that we can give him in the way of
    • helpless state and managing for the first time to stand upright or
    • also realize that it must fall into disorder in the future unless it
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • selflessness.
    • deeper understanding of selflessness than that offered by Christ's
    • whole soul-being, an education in selflessness. We may say that what
    • of selflessness, and what He may become for the conscious development
    • become selfless. This is a duty of our present culture to the future.
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • they are selfless and we do not feel them. We see things through them,
    • process. The eye is selflessly extinguished during perception. It is the
    • and find them selfless. If we, understanding this, have become grateful to
    • the case. Then the single organs live selflessly within us. Our everyday
    • and balancing of the vital organs took place that rendered them selfless.
    • students of selflessness, that Christ may live within us so that we may
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • processes valuable is the boundless heightening of our attentiveness
    • represent a boundless heightening of the attentiveness necessary for
    • in everyday life (but are nevertheless there) so that they become
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • are not well suited to spiritual research. The less a person tends in
    • religious reverence. This devotion must be boundlessly heightened and
    • I'd like to mention in this connection that Lessing's mature thinking,
    • end of a long working life, Lessing wrote his treatise on the
    • any scholarly prejudice could cloud it?” Lessing refused to be swayed
    • way they want to see it. They know that Lessing was a great man, but
    • Lessing was getting senile in his old age.” That makes people more
    • that spiritual science has less to offer on the subject of
    • limits of space to endless worlds embedded in its vast expanses. The
    • regardless of what may still be discovered, either in realms of nature
    • will never be discovered unless truly religious life turns with a
    • existence on the earth, unless that Sun shines — warming, illumining,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • ensued an endless theological quarrel. People argued whether or not
    • must strike contemporary man as grotesque, but it nevertheless is the
    • Consider now the countless number of unexpended ether bodies of those
    • with great fervor, endless variations of absolutely meaningless
    • of the real spirit of his people, he nevertheless confirms by the
    • death confirm in a more or less conscious way that there is a
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • more or less appropriate but we need not go into that now. Then came
    • human beings in the world in less happy circumstances than his own. It
    • of evolution. Nevertheless, this descending evolution in the sixth
    • we see therein only evil, wickedness, degeneration, senselessness. If
    • Christ had not risen, the world would be meaningless, therefore Christ
    • risen the world would be senseless, therefore Christ has risen.”
    • when I say, if Christ had not risen the world would be senseless;
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • capacity of transformation was far less conspicuous, although they also
    • less conspicuous. The human physiognomy is now strongly dependent upon
    • Nevertheless they are prophets. The materialists declare: A man is a
    • is followed also in the future! Unless the human beings of to-day take
    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • world-conception does not need to be true, nevertheless it has an inner
    • may nevertheless be seized, so that they may be active within these
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • never opened his door to hopeless speculations of this kind . . .”
    • physical man. Nevertheless, just as the physical human being consists of the
    • That was a proper lesson given to all those who, like Hartmann's scientific
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • criticism by those who wish to take it superficially. Nevertheless,
    • indeed be presented as a world-historic necessity. Nevertheless, a
    • Nevertheless, the engine will spoil the rails in course of time;
    • configuration of mankind in future is the merest quackery unless it is
    • We may say therefore: The forces of evil work upon man with a lesser
    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • unless indeed this is to die away.
    • indications as to the lessons we can learn from it.
    • Needless to say, every branch of culture has many different branches
    • can understand him unless this that passes by us awakens in us the
    • content: literal content will be of far less importance for mankind as
    • opposite direction. Nevertheless, it is a duty and responsibility laid
    • will hear through speech into the soul of man. Needless to say, we
    • periods of evolution will have to follow. Nevertheless, Earth-evolution
    • opposite of what will none the less ensue. We must see through these
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • less than that a certain force works from one person to the other. The
    • subconsciously of course, but it nevertheless actually penetrates our
    • national economy, which has been forced into such a helpless condition
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • being less haunted at 30 by the impulses of a 10 year old. Detachment
    • tremendous power, but its power is lessened when you separate the
    • waking hours. We could not develop, we would be powerless, if we only
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • essential characteristic — but without valuing it less highly on this
    • for everything that happened has also brought blessings and was
    • unless he penetrated to some extent into what modern natural
    • experience. Nevertheless, this is what will have to be experienced,
    • century, souls have been less and less concerned with racial traits;
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • body is doubtless a material process. The forces controlling it are the
    • These visual aid lessons get frightfully trivial and trite. It is bound to
    • not just get the sort of lessons where it matter-of-factly takes in what it
    • for the person's later development; for lessons taken in purely through
    • learned, how to teach a child is learned, how to arrange the lesson is
    • unconsciously, some people learning more and others less, according to
    • unless they establish the possibility that people can be social.
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • that is more or less recognized in science and has also made its way
    • more or less solid, or at most solid-fluid, substances found in him.
    • Man is pictured as a structure built up from these more or less solid
    • It cannot be studied unless we think of it as permeated by the etheric
    • unless we think of it as permeated with forces by the astral body.
    • is related to the earth as a whole. Nevertheless it is possible,
    • acquired unless we are willing to acknowledge this membering into a
    • and activity of the soul unless we remember that the Ego works
    • concrete reality. Nevertheless it can be envisaged as something that
    • outside, the four elements are nevertheless within the human organism:
    • activity and perception. Nevertheless at a certain lower level,
    • It is generally believed that deep, dreamless sleep contributes
    • nothing at all in the way of knowledge, that dreamless sleep is quite
    • worthless as far as knowledge is concerned. But this is not the case.
    • Dreamless sleep has its definite task to perform for knowledge —
    • organic conditions, dreamless sleep imparts to us the consciousness of
    • fragments of our inner, organic conditions. Through dreamless sleep we
    • dreamless sleep, dream-filled sleep, the waking state.
    • fragments of knowledge which are nevertheless necessary for ordinary
    • namely in waking life only; nevertheless we have it within us as an
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • point us to our organism; the consciousness of dreamless sleep is, as
    • strongly when we pass into the consciousness of dreamless sleep. Thus
    • yet the developed plant. Nevertheless man has a source of light within
    • but they operate within him nevertheless. They become free when he
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • unfolds whenever we raise an arm or turn the head, unless we take
    • ordinary consciousness as what takes place in deep sleep, in dreamless
    • permeated by thought, but thought has nevertheless rebounded from it
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • corresponding to a state of soul which was less wide awake than the
    • nevertheless true, that what our children learn as arithmetic and
    • way out of our inner being into the sphere of consciousness. Unless
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • not see it. And that, they said, is for him a blessing. Man is
    • although the thought remains united with him, it nevertheless wrests
    • and can remain steadfast without losing his balance. Nevertheless
    • at a time when natural science was far less advanced than it is to-day.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • the world's well-being surge up from fathomless depths of the moral
    • as the experiences of deep, dreamless sleep; so that in this respect
    • of all the will which — unless we are out-and-out idlers — spurs us
    • nevertheless when we look back, its effects can be apprehended
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • body — not as intensely as we do, but nevertheless intensely. — Not
    • first time in the days of Constantine, had destroyed. Countless
    • treasures were destroyed, countless works of art, countless scripts
    • come from the East, for the East is in decadence. Nevertheless the
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • lived in the people of Greece developed within mankind more or less
    • only an expression for what we perceive in the measureless spaces of
    • us nothing, but which, nevertheless, are still historical times, we
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • being during the period up to the change of teeth. More or less
    • in this imitative process, though to a lesser extent. At this stage
    • and in its lower portion something that appears more or less as an
    • human organs; they cannot be truly understood unless we also
    • more or less like a cloud of mist. But — and this is the interesting
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • will respect him less if he does wrong. He can, however, also do good
    • never shines, where he wanders in spiritless shadow. The man who
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • — we find that they too experienced, more or less instinctively, the
    • cycle of nature but these instincts have more or less died away, and
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • really human, that we may not experience the scandal of being less in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • therapy unless we take into account the invisible man.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • generally think about. Nevertheless, this evening I will attempt to present
    • come to a more or less clear awareness of how uncertain, how vacillating
    • the human being, nevertheless, the outer physical and chemical processes
    • inhibiting the boundless intensity of the organic combustion processes.
    • direction of Frau Dr. Ita Wegman, who unfolds an activity full of blessing
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • inasmuch as he was more or less aware of his sleeping states even in
    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • one colony, one settlement among many. Others are no less important,
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • nevertheless led over World Being and World Thought into the realm of the
    • Radiant Spirit-powers, blessing all Worlds!
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • clairvoyant capacities. This means nothing less than this: Divine
    • One of them would say more or less the following words to the other
    • Damascus would have been justified. For, Paul more or less accepted
    • to experience the living activity contained in the lifeless images
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did not fail to produce a
    • It is consequently useless to ask what Shakespeare's own standpoint
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • century, especially through Lessing, we must agree with that
    • Neuman-Hofer at the inauguration of the Lessing Theatre. It did
    • consequently useless to ask what Shakespeare's own standpoint may
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • believe in the truth of the Gospels unless the authority of the
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • their moral relationships. In Manicheanism, it was less a question of
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Extension itself becomes the creation of the extensionless. Thus did
    • the mathematics of the infinitely small; nevertheless to the Occultist
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • Nevertheless, in all things he wanted to think in the spirit of
    • formless protoplant, and he endeavours to derive therefrom the actual
    • real life through his mathematical laws; the Occultist no less so
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • spiritual world. The difficulties would more or less solve themselves
    • the moment of waking countless tidings from the dead. In the
    • favourable, others less so. And we may ask: What can really help our
    • lose the children, for the children remain more or less within the
    • significance for the soul; the Catholic ritual will mean less in such
    • nevertheless. Our thoughts, our feelings, our impulses of will are
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • then lifeless in our intestines. These substances are then
    • side of our body much less, and that is why the right half of the
    • brain is less developed and remains mush. However, when someone is
    • less intelligent because I would ruin the development that has taken
    • teach them to write. This approach will not make them less
    • extend more toward the inside and less in the area where the blood
    • less affected by these cosmic forces use more vowels. Persons born in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • to prevail against the vision, a state of helplessness sets in. If
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • properly understood. Nowadays man is regarded more or less as a
    • philosophy was developed more or less out of concepts, longings were
    • acquire a true comprehension of the world unless we first recognise
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • realise fully in their soul what this signifies: less than three
    • the same way a keen abstract thinker and he had less poetic passion,
    • way of thinking about the best social conditions is equally powerless.
    • on either side. We have to breathe; but we are not human beings unless
    • men. Nor can you have a State unless you give it a certain natural
    • work without a threefold social order. It would be just as senseless
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • also present; only they are much less developed than the life of
    • human being are more objective in proportion as they are less
    • less concealed, although they can be distinctly noted by one who knows
    • remarkable thing is that it does not go out and out endlessly into the
    • they are none the less objective world-processes. These processes
    • be made for less significant events.
    • prayer come back and manifest in a mood of blessing. As I have often
    • said: No-one will be able in old age to bestow blessing upon others,
    • the power to bless. That is how things come back in life. And it is
    • speak of the spirit, they always have more or less a desire to keep
    • world, and we must not blind ourselves to the fact that unless
    • light, but as something else. None the less, it does return.
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • independent of the cosmic forces, although none the less these cosmic
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • number of ‘human beings’, more or less metamorphosed or
    • strange saying. Nevertheless, it is the truth. Man might become an ear
    • himself unless he were able, in turn, to extinguish this feeling of
    • Nevertheless, in this human speech the earthly element is clearly
    • in which the consonants predominate, human beings can far less be
    • called to account morally, because they are much less responsible for
    • and we are born speechless, and even thoughtless. It cannot be said
    • finish learning on the Earth. Nevertheless they are metamorphoses of
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science. It describes things no less
    • nevertheless remains, as an essential part of the human being; and we
    • present; nevertheless they are there in you as such. In the first
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • people are powerless today — have grown more and more powerless
    • towards self-preoccupation, unless we are sufficiently directed away
    • possible after 18 to pass over to what is more or less in doubt. But
    • them to a certain scepticism. What subject you deal with is much less
    • it can be achieved, even if not right in the first lesson — that
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • the less important New Year's Festival and the extremely important Feast of
    • unless they are to some extent familiar with the occult sciences. The
    • for his clients. Part of his work may well be selfless, but the real
    • and is cultivated as tradition. Selfless activity is, in very truth,
    • objectively and selflessly.
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • who have been deeply imbued with this knowledge, have been so selfless that
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • — and very few deeds are selfless to this degree. An act of charity
    • spiritual than our own, the individual name was of less importance.
    • particular thing is kept secret is of far less importance than that
    • some other place, wireless telegraphy is possible, so what I have just
    • then, reached selflessness. The attainment of selflessness alone will
    • civilisation. This tiny handful will have attained selflessness. The others
    • selflessness.
    • build an edifice dedicated to selfless ends. It is easier to become one of
    • forms,” as they say ... but those forms have nevertheless a deep
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • reason being that the truths of natural science are lifeless
    • are living concepts; if we condemn them to lifelessness because
    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • other man comes still nearer and the harmless instrument which
    • dream pictures are more or less taken from ordinary life
    • day unless we have practised special exercises of the soul. A
    • is a dreamless sleep. But the utmost that they can know of this
    • sleep the crystal would be experienced in a less definite
    • time we pass through dreamless sleep, we live in this same
    • pagan consciousness but where, nevertheless, the Christ
    • different. It is nevertheless possible for Ahasueris to appear
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • point, because the realities were seen less and less.
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • them fundamentally in his own being — yet none the less a
    • process would be meaningless if the ideas which surge into the souls
    • we shall not set any less value on the Gospels because we find in
    • constitution of the eye, on the other it is no less true that the eye
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • that he was fully conscious of this impulse. It is so meaningless when
    • nevertheless true, because the necessary equilibrium has to be
    • that to ask about his birth, name, rank or calling, is meaningless. To
    • the less it is truth but truth that will be subjected to the same fate
    • the cross — All other interpretations are meaningless.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • revelation was less sharply emphasised than they were in medieval
    • Europe, was less and less understood. People spoke contemptuously of
    • to say about Indian wisdom. Nevertheless, if we ask for something
    • Nevertheless, Aristotle could still receive the substance of the ideas
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • The less men understood Christianity, the more they spoke of the
    • Galileans; the less they knew of the Christ, the more emphasis they
    • a forgery. In this document it was said: Behold the godless Hellenes!
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • The human beings should experience in their souls more or less the following
    • sea of human life has grown restless. What is that?
    • A clear view of things is impossible unless we extend this fact, that a great
    • restlessness has taken hold of mankind, to that space of time which
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • not as yet grasp clearly, nevertheless lived within his soul as a
    • formation of the human head. It participates less in what is
    • this at the present time; nevertheless, such a belief is not
    • conveyed best of all if he paints Adam and Eve in a more or less ugly
    • science still continues to be active. But in less than a hundred, in
    • less than fifty years time, every kind of invention, every creative
    • even in the mechanical sphere, unless spiritual science influences
    • art, this, fact is more or less evident to-day. In art it is strongly
    • since he only brings into his book what he more or less knows, his
    • it is nevertheless so, from the standpoint of reality.
    • epilepsy, but who is nevertheless pushed towards the reality and
    • seem stupid, let me nevertheless say that the world is deep, and that
    • nevertheless it is THEY who really dream, for they have never really
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of mankind as a whole. And unless this demand is fulfilled, the aim
    • far less importance — we know that he must have passed within a
    • give expression to a selfless striving to receive the inpouring
    • unless it is born from the whole Spirit of an epoch in human
    • nevertheless in a certain respect we must feel it to be a skeleton in
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • this doctrine fell more into the background, was outwardly less
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • in Europe, in Central Italy, the mixing had been less complicated. We
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • or less uncultured in their souls, — perceived in themselves
    • activity in those worlds grows ever less and less. For He was the
    • descent to Earth. Now that the souls of men on Earth were less and
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • can now behold, though with ever lessening activity, in spiritual
    • Jesus. For this reason the Pauline Christianity is less and less
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • unless we see in him the first philosophical pedant and at the same
    • matters he is often less behind, and in the matter of the
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • higher level than the physical world but peopled none the less by
    • really learn a lesson from the technique of Scholastic thought, but
    • the time these forces — which are no less real than the
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • fitting is a matter of less consequence. To begin with, this
    • worlds but it is no less fraught with significance for man than this
    • by many beings, no less abundantly than is the physical. Man himself,
    • are in a more or less close relationship to certain other elemental
    • is read by countless people, is very little understood.
    • I do not say that we should generally be less critical; for when we
    • soul's life in more or less unconscious ways. And at last, at
    • reason, and not because they knew less than the astronomers of today,
    • must have elapsed before the soul (assuming, needless to say, that a
    • free will. Nevertheless, in this way too the dead work into our life
    • unless we bear these things in mind.
    • Infinitely much would be achieved if once this selflessness gained
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • less dreamt, slept through by mankind, that in any case abstract
    • their connection with the universe. Nevertheless there prevailed in
    • through birth into earthly existence? This question, more or less
    • ancestor, nevertheless I venerate something which had some connection
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    • nevertheless it is true: the air has become different. Naturally it
    • nevertheless the air has become different. The air has lost the
    • reality. But it is there nevertheless; naturally not only in the one
    • joint work with women can nevertheless lead to all sorts of bad
    • spread among humanity. Ideas are nevertheless spread abroad which are
    • are more or less completely cut off from reality in their
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    • circumstances, in special moments, had nevertheless seen this new
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    • other man could be sympathetic to him, or more or less antipathetic.
    • in the first post-Atlantean time — is less closely connected
    • intervening in destiny, while the others are less active. Thus the
    • endless possibilities just in our age. Only, meanwhile, men do not as
    • to point the way from countless illusionary ideas into the direction
    • a fourth. For the inattention, the thoughtlessness with which
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    • and more demands will be made in this direction, and unless an
    • impulse of blessing for European humanity!
    • fire in countless souls. And had they kindled this fire what would
    • nevertheless, with this feeling he finds support in the already
    • powerless. And it is true, literally true, that when our face begins
    • evident. But nevertheless, all that in course of time has become the
    • of men in their youth, unless they happen to become professors or
    • not come naturally as a rule. And yet, unless a man is always taking
    • really needs, one can nevertheless keep to several beautiful thoughts
    • is connected with the worst evil of our time — that countless
    • nevertheless in a certain way and sometimes in a very close way the
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    • before our eyes as man, and all that belongs to it, is none the less
    • human being remains skull-less. The skull is very easily lifted off.
    • though it is there less clearly shown.
    • the one more, the other less; we are proud, are we not, that we have
    • no more illiterates in Western Europe? One learns much, another less,
    • this comfortless wisdom. And since they do not know that, they say
    • be neither proper nor applicable, and that it will nevertheless
    • Jesus is expressed in countless songs and so on. There is nothing to
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    • heart-life goes more slowly, it is less active — so that we
    • The foreign correspondents have shown themselves, well, less
    • nevertheless go off the rails again and again. One can accomplish
    • knows that that would be absolutely valueless. It would only
    • nevertheless are everywhere spread abroad. One really need not touch
    • they shout tirelessly against anti-militarists and show little
    • the prejudice of countless people, but its logic is devoid of any
    • which is nevertheless lacking in what man gains for himself today.
    • mirror, but which nevertheless tells us something, in certain
    • not yet notice that, as I said, but nevertheless it is so. If you
    • one has begun and nevertheless wants to leave everything as it was
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    • this way (although half figurative, it, nevertheless, corresponds to
    • to higher knowledge, he would, more or less, ruin his human body; for
    • concerned. Although this may sound paradoxical, it is, nevertheless,
    • selflessness of Christianity. As a result the soul was shaped in a
    • can see that it is no less abstract to observe the external world
    • Mystery of Golgotha. Oriental wisdom, nevertheless, that wisdom which
    • the soul” when referring to repeated earth lives, unless we do,
    • rest of the world by an observatory is not senseless; that things are
    • nonetheless just as strongly, and indeed in the more conscious part
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    • and astral body are doing during sleep; none the less their
    • aware of the happenings in which they are involved. Nevertheless
    • in greater or lesser degree of development — when they come
    • beginning. Karma holds good, nevertheless. If an illness, a
    • unless the unhoped-for, the undesired came upon us. But if the right
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    • We shall never understand Goethe unless we bear in mind the
    • lives in closer union with the outer world and is less bent upon the
    • We can have no clear idea of what this really means unless we
    • limitation, but it is a fact nevertheless. And a true understanding
    • absolute. But those who are less prejudiced will say: Our way of
    • intellect was far less such that the word was alive within him; he
    • heard the word inwardly as ‘soundless’ tone. Just
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    • time. Some people will require more time, others less, according to
    • thought is colourless, has little warmth. There is good reason for
    • speaking of the colourlessness, the ‘pale cast’ of
    • images. Nevertheless this must be practised. Thereby we succeed
    • more around us than it is in deep, dreamless, sleep ... but a world
    • In a certain respect, nevertheless, something can be learnt from the
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    • Nevertheless these dogmas were connected with contents which had once
    • cannot accept, nevertheless it reveals a thinking activity which
    • less equivalent to a super-sensible revelation. The Church
    • nevertheless act under the influence of these habits. In the
    • nevertheless the contents of knowledge.
    • materialism, unless we realise that it is nothing but the
    • more or less the following: Even though everything which is contained
    • was powerless in the face of what was flowing into natural science
    • we have a powerless philosophy.
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    • conception is nevertheless based upon something through which the
    • Jena they nevertheless held the rank of professors; they received no
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • nevertheless able to convey real things which contain a social
    • Nevertheless this is but a moment. I might say: an infinite
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    • Although not directly, they are nevertheless, indirectly
    • known to many of you, but that I must nevertheless repeat here, a
    • only seven years; nevertheless it contained forces that might have
    • lifeless aspect, but to a clairvoyant consciousness the physical
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • nevertheless etheric bodies coming from youthful human lives,
    • reckon with their death, even though this may be more or less
    • nevertheless valid for this particular field. The etheric body
    • indicates more or less what spiritual science is able to contribute
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    • expressed this more or less as follows. I said that Jacob Boehme
    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • of crystallised, lifeless nature the plant draws its substances and
    • became, nevertheless, entirely academic and on the other side had
    • hovers into infinitudes but is nevertheless abstract. And that which
    • less it is possible so to intensify these concepts that they can
    • retrogression of humanity, but who were nevertheless initiated in a
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    • humanity nothing but its language; it left behind its more or less
    • human being, the less they feel induced to pursue Christological
    • in the same way as we, and the Egyptians even less so, nor did they
    • uttered so thoughtlessly, lives in the depths of our being. Whenever
    • right, nevertheless the spiritual Beings that serve Christ live
    • the most important things of life. Nevertheless it is a time in which
    • Thus man would gradually become an automaton, unless we bear in mind
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    • and indeed the rather lesser part — of what happens on the
    • nevertheless at work in the physical world. Our physical environment
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • being applied to their interpretation are really worthless, and have
    • only because it exposed them to less disapproval in Church circles;
    • they nevertheless live. So the ego, together with the thoughts,
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    • taking of these steps which must bring blessing to the
    • wider circles, even though the striving may be more or less
    • countless human beings of the present day are also feeling; and I
    • and they are very numerous — who possess more or less dimly in
    • unless his attitude is that he can be a counsellor and helper of this
    • make fruitless the Movement for Religious Renewal. All the movements
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    • our body. Spatially speaking, they are outside. Nevertheless,
    • spiritual of forces. Strange though it may sound, I must nevertheless
    • the physical plane, it is natural to speak in that way; nevertheless
    • which they come; and the more they lie inside our body, the less
    • (but nevertheless with a certain right) as a retrospective memory,
    • lifeless, but exist there, in the original freshness and
    • more general expression, let me nevertheless use this word:
    • this elimination, or adjustment, is nevertheless only a partial one,
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    • was, after all, felt within the soul far less than the
    • in countless of these soul-expressions, the instruments through which
    • thoughtless manner, but if we are able to understand what these forms
    • epic poem such as “Kalevala”, cannot be preserved unless
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    • traditional mores and as habits more or less thoughtlessly adopted
    • moment, although thoughtlessness is indeed a will impulse of sorts,
    • thoughtlessness, and that same thoughtlessness leads to a lot of
    • phobia. Sometimes, of course, it can be comparatively harmless. Some
    • sometimes more harmless than one might suppose. But their effects are
    • not equally harmless.
    • born of fearless knowledge and a really strong will. This presupposes
    • goodness nor truth are accessible to man unless he acts in the very
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    • not possible to understand this fragment of the Pistis-Sophia unless you
    • schools are forced upon them, which, less through the content of their
    • humanity unless he is certificated, but no one will be allowed to say a
    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
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    • which does not have a natural use unless the human being is taught
    • people owe their rapid or painless recovery to the fact that when
    • gradually disappears and is forgotten. It is there nevertheless, and
    • It is the forgotten ideas! That is the great blessing of forgetting!
    • blessing it would be to forget, and at the same time you have an
    • blessing of forgetting. Forgetting is not a mere defect in man but
    • touched shortly on the blessing of forgetting both in the neutral and
    • lifeless into our etheric body which undermines our health.
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    • to these lectures I give in the groups it is becoming less and less
    • nevertheless; and when you lend lectures to one another you cannot
    • nothing is published unless it has been submitted to me, can any good
    • in the least about them unless it affects them personally and they
    • has regarding this or the other spiritual world, if he nevertheless
    • himself to be, he is nevertheless a materialist. For it does not
    • Unless you make it your business to know what spiritual science can
    • acid. One thing, however, is left out of account, although, needless
    • symptoms. One or another symptom may appear, which nevertheless
    • ordinary medicine, unless you are lucky. The important thing in
    • its significance would be less readily recognised. If we look at the
    • know less than they did before. So they choke in filth and corpses
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    • kingdoms that are around us. Phenomena that doubtlessly belong to
    • less the same too. That men were so much alike did not have the
    • nature as soft as wax, he became more or less an impress of his
    • away, unless they are very impressionable. This was different in
    • not have noticed before but which is nevertheless true.
    • became less and less capable of transforming himself through the
    • grew less and less the denser man's body became. Through this
    • on his finer bodies, he will discover that he has become more or less
    • has made his astral or etheric body powerless by making his physical
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    • be far removed from the previous lectures but which will nevertheless
    • presupposed that are less related to an intellectual understanding
    • blood system and the etheric body cannot exist unless they are
    • to people nowadays as mere fantasy, although it is nevertheless true.
    • origin. Nevertheless we can only understand what this rhythm
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    • difficult but which can nevertheless be understood, we can begin to
    • through mere lifeless forces. We have pointed out how grotesquely the
    • sense of the word. He is more or less like a man who has put his
    • sway in the things man has less influence on in his astral and
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    • certain way for use in the future. Nevertheless an extract of the
    • will doubtless arise urging us to carry them out. So let us suppose
    • more or less to overcome everything not suited to it, though this is
    • capable of doing a particular deed. The urge is there, nevertheless,
    • learn in life to begin with in the way of memory and habit is less
    • this kind of thing also happens in connection with many less
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    • and weeping are nothing less than a delicate, intimate expression of
    • an expression of intelligence on its face as a human being, unless he
    • will work with less force on the etheric and physical bodies,
    • meaninglessly. However, as he has his ego within him and can work
    • unless we know what is actually happening in the spiritual part of
    • very different, hopeless and not at all moving is the appearance of
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    • large areas they all looked more or less similar to one another. For
    • on the other hand the equatorial population would have more or less
    • the North with strongly developed etheric bodies and less developed
    • developed physical bodies and less developed etheric bodies, of these
    • people who had a strong ego-feeling which nevertheless kept a balance
    • possibly led to the name that has now more or less died out, the
    • must learn the right lesson from these phenomena of earth evolution,
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    • forces. However, these currents and forces gradually become less
    • although not free, is nevertheless working in him from the start. And
    • ancient causes, from the Saturn, Sun and Moon stages, will have less
    • and less significance. He is developing his way out of previous
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    • will for truth which lies in the depths of his soul unless prejudices
    • less we bestir ourselves on the physical plane, the less we can bring
    • restlessness can be avoided, the more we shall be able to achieve. It
    • bestowed upon us by grace, something that comes to us as a blessing
    • 5,000 years in human history, the so-called Lesser Kali Yuga. Since
    • these lectures I shall deal less with the life immediately following
    • Michelangelo the process was more or less unconscious but in spite of
    • blessed man such as Homer. And a great deal will be similarly
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    • took place — which means, of course, the less we are
    • previous incarnation, those bodies would be useless. The content of
    • soul regardless of the creed or system of thought to which it
    • either consciously or less consciously, an understanding for every
    • and possible fruits. Needless to say, in its various sects and
    • between knowledge and reality, it must nevertheless be said that he
    • a curse, from Christ to the highest blessing. Is there not a
    • will be for us a blessing — this will become evident in later
    • evolution. We are moving towards a future when it will be less and
    • less possible for men during the period between death and the new
    • of blessing for all mankind. Every human being is free to allow that
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    • experience in our upper consciousness is less significant than all
    • Nevertheless it may be possible to verify that had we been in the
    • plane that stream down upon us but also the measureless abundance of
    • has been stated, namely that numberless possibilities exist, that for
    • what might have happened, nevertheless there are times in life when
    • Earth. To establish even this more or less external relationship to
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    • until it passes into the lifeless condition and undergoes a change at
    • correct as this is from one point of view, it nevertheless presents
    • or less normal time. Objectively speaking, an afternoon nap is a
    • and becomes dark and more or less opaque while the part streaming up
    • what goes on within the human being; he pays less attention to
    • Hence in those very ancient times there was much less difference
    • but nevertheless objectively present. After death man is a direct
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    • materialistic conception of the world. Nevertheless the results of
    • Golgotha on Earth — less powerful, less incisive, not
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    • resolute efforts to answer a question of vital importance, and unless
    • soul during that period would be meaningless. Fundamentally speaking,
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    • with less abruptness than the sudden flashing-up of
    • less regular and also more individual process — proceeds from
    • unless we take account of all the factors which have an effect upon
    • But countless other influences make their way into life; from
    • knew in the way of which he would have been capable. Nevertheless his
    • their souls men were far less independent. They were under the direct
    • are merely the recruits; nevertheless this is the beginning of the
    • there are many who realise the uselessness of adopting a one-sided
    • men of less eminence imagine that they have understood this, they
    • Public opinion is of less value than the judgements which an
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    • be dissolved is felt to be a blessing. Not only do things look
    • lungs inside him and there is air outside. Needless to say, that is
    • is nothing that can truly be called bliss or blessedness except
    • by speaking of the states of bliss or blessedness which can be
    • bearer of sublime cosmic mysteries and blessedness consists in the
    • from the physical. What is seen in countless examples will again be
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    • adapt themselves to physical conditions. Countless cases could be
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    • true Spiritland. Nevertheless this is the case. Everything that on
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    • life has not added very much to them. We have gained an endless
    • documents one can still get an impression of its endless depth. We
    • the Gnosis. And we have seen how the Gnosis employs endlessly
    • powerless to understand what the star should signify, separated as we
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    • to consider this, for unless we are clear about this inevitable
    • their ideas were inadequate, powerless in face of what had actually
    • nature of Christ Jesus, we find endless theological wrangling; and
    • modern times, which up to the present have remained powerless in face
    • covers them nowadays. In this condition they are useless; they must
    • the Prophets, we find, have to a greater or lesser degree something
    • which flowed by this channel into the human soul became less and less
    • but it became less and less authoritative as a means of fathoming the
    • be virtually powerless in this respect. But the essential thing is
    • this supra-physical deed something of endless value was accomplished
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    • Christ were powerless to do so.
    • which demands less of the elements than wind instruments do; which
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    • of the holy Rishis and their disciples received from it was less
    • endlessly full of wisdom if they are considered in the light of true
    • never reveal its particular secrets unless it is studied as Geology,
    • conceptions of the world will never be understood unless it is
    • less than life from the dead! If the first portion of dough is
    • too will be cut off, whereas they, if they do not continue faithless,
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    • is bound to draw one away, more or less, from the path that leads to
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    • outside our Movement, who then make the most senseless remarks about
    • something does nevertheless pass through the physical matter. This
    • “These and countless other changes and phenomena
    • harmonious pre-dispositions of an endlessly varied kind. The whole
    • air is always restless; if such aspects are not present, or are few
    • to be revealed only to the pure and blameless forces of the soul;
    • never be understood unless it is approached with the pure and
    • blameless forces of the soul, and not with traditional knowledge and
    • endlessly varied kind. The whole earth is ensouled, and thus the
    • certain aspects and constellations the air is always restless; if
    • “These and countless other changes and phenomena
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    • The farther we go back in the evolution of the Earth, the less do we
    • Mars has his good and his less good sides — he has his Genius
    • the Sun unless he is able to behold this interweaving life of destiny
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    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • obvious, we nevertheless frequently hear objections raised against
    • that life becomes less interesting through the fact that the riddles
    • and interweave (I have often mentioned this), we must, nevertheless
    • a lifeless store of knowledge, but a real treasure of life, something
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • more and more lifeless, more and more dead, and even more and more
    • because he cannot understand Plato during a Greek lesson! Man would,
    • nevertheless it is true: the intensive force which man needs in order
    • this force grows powerless because man must become independent, he
    • themselves from the common element of humanity unless the soul is
    • science. For spiritual science should not only be a lifeless store of
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    • nevertheless they make themselves felt in the sympathies and
    • greater or lesser degree, we develop sympathies and antipathies with
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • world we make acquaintance with beings who are truly no less real
    • our relations to the dead need be any the less deeply felt because
    • people is there none the less. And we may truly say, those who are
    • to know our human life unless we gain knowledge of these
    • do, it nonetheless has the effect of enriching our lives in one way
    • are instrumental. Our life does not become any the less free thereby.
    • no less than to the element: world, is the soul world —
    • dead unless he truly frees himself from feelings of personal sympathy
    • are living in a transition time. During this time a more or less
    • — they are afraid of facing them. They have a nameless fear
    • whole course of world-evolution, and with it, needless to say, the
    • the less it is true. Our views and ideas, originating as they do in
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    • of course — and out they flow in an endless stream. But
    • cannot be emphasized too strongly. Unless man draws near to
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    • outside. Nevertheless, they were built by forces that are far more
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • way; nevertheless the way in which we speak of ourselves is quite
    • from which they come; and the more they lie inside our body, the less
    • memory is inappropriately designated (but nevertheless with a
    • life-tableau, they are no longer dull and lifeless but exist there
    • general expression, let me nevertheless use this word; while we
    • this elimination, or adjustment, is nevertheless only a partial
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    • of at such meetings, which take place only at less frequent
    • world-conception, which has, however, held mankind more or less in
    • regardless of the way in which we, as bodies, are united with the
    • etheric body, but it is bound, nevertheless, to the physical body.
    • nevertheless, whatever happens to it there, remains visible to
    • nevertheless, this is not the actual beginning of what takes place.
    • human being living in a barren, lifeless, naked world of Nature, a
    • the Serpent. Nevertheless, the Serpent is not Lucifer, and this must
    • which I have just mentioned is never touched upon. Nevertheless,
    • corrected. Indeed, it would be hard to believe how thoughtlessly, as
    • paradox — how thoughtlessly human beings think. This really
    • one says should correspond to the Reality. Unless we possess this
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    • modern human thinking, but which nevertheless belongs to the most
    • our esteemed friends who have occupied themselves less with the more
    • has been more or less avoided by occultists, mystics and
    • is called a ‘homeless man.’ This designation is a
    • is to be understood by the term ‘homeless man,’ we may
    • briefly say, that a man is called ‘homeless’ when, in his
    • his native country. A ‘homeless man’, we might also say,
    • greatness of that from which the ‘homeless man’ must in a
    • certain respect free himself. Now the ‘homeless’ men of
    • described as the character of homelessness, they would meet with
    • prejudice would be brought against these homeless men, which would be
    • Homelessness is in reality — or at least it may be
    • of homelessness has been attained, the way may be found back to the
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • will be — a feeble prototype it is true, but nevertheless a
    • less extent. It is what is called the ‘Zeitgeist’ or
    • being in the Spirit of the Age. Nevertheless behind the word
    • by the otherwise meaningless name of Spirit of the Age, and may say:
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    • different human individuals. You may think of an endless variety of
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    • called human self-consciousness. Nevertheless the ‘ I ’
    • You may nevertheless form an idea of it if you will patiently follow
    • nevertheless we cannot say that the ‘ I ’ of
    • within, but it is nevertheless foreign to him. This to him is just
    • but the rise and decline of a nation nevertheless seems like
    • which he perceives begin to become less productive, less active, when
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    • childhood. Later on their influence grows less; hence a man is less
    • under the influence of these forces, but they nevertheless impress
    • more or less a characteristic of all those who, as regards their
    • abnormal forces and Beings of the Universe, we shall nevertheless
    • the further we go towards the West, so much the less productive does
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    • our inmost being we shall receive share after share of the blessings
    • as this, will nevertheless produce discontent and disharmony in
    • people, unless it be received with the above assumptions. The
    • Nevertheless this would certainly not suffice to enable
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    • only advance little by little in our knowledge; nevertheless, from
    • produces the more or less yellow-colored part of humanity. The
    • racial character. This is more or less the case in the Aryans, in the
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    • comprehensive and exact view of it. Nevertheless in the
    • abstract relentlessness, and how all the other peoples, in so far as
    • Folk-souls, have greater or less inclination towards this
    • materialistic tendency, does a more or less materialistic people
    • more or less materialistic shade to the Spirit of the Age. On the
    • presentations of the Greek mythology, it must nevertheless be said
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    • Nevertheless this comparison is extremely popular at the present day.
    • the Germanic Scandinavian mythology, unless we touch once more upon
    • less highly developed. Through their peculiar capacity of cognition,
    • of the West — unless they come to it indirectly through
    • Spiritual Science — remains more or less closed to them. They
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    • ‘ I ’-less, impersonal;
    • was less real, as it were, less objective, it bore less of the stamp
    • they alone could, because they still enjoyed the blessing of being
    • longer possessed this blessing; which in the first place had not gone
    • mythology, but they are nevertheless nothing but the result of the
    • single individual Divine Figures. And what is felt to be the Blessed
    • is at the same time felt to be the Blessed Child of the Heavenly
    • Earth-Mother, and the Blessed Child of the East.
    • In the Blessed Child there is again a world which
    • Sun-being who so pours his blessings into the other three worlds that
    • which dawns more or less in the feelings of the peoples of the East.
    • and less in details, because he is preparing himself to take up that
    • it an endless perspective, showing that what man is able to recognize
    • meaning in it unless one accepts the facts of a divine and a human
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    • value the clairvoyance illuminated by reason and science less highly
    • unreservedly be done, quite regardless of whether this is sympathetic
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    • Today people may consider it comparatively harmless to elaborate only those automatic,
    • lifeless thoughts which arise in connection with the mineral world and the
    • earth. Nevertheless, in the picture of this valley of death in Nietzsche's imagination
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • will begin with the way in which a more or less unknown thing is judged
    • Science.” And this name is even less new than the name
    • something lifeless in it. When we think logically, we have images in
    • lifeless form, were suddenly to begin to walk and to become living.
    • something living and bearing sway within him, instead of lifeless
    • sun.” Nevertheless, what appears so fantastic is really only
    • emphasise this misunderstanding sharply. Nothing less than the exact
    • belief be in any way lessened by what is found in spiritual science.
    • religious belief which he holds. Nevertheless it seems as though people
    • evolution of the earth unless Christ had lived, died, and risen again
    • as Lessing's, for instance, admitted as true, and what is in the
    • can be lessened to the Christian; one who believes this might also
    • In this case I must say, if I may treat the matter more or less
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    • to be regarded as a science among the sciences. Nevertheless a very
    • the light which Lessing in his day tried to do in his “Education
    • correspondingly different experiences. Unless we take a very
    • the human soul has been more or less what it is today since first it
    • say that these are the symbols of Moses' power. If a lesser
    • philosophy came to birth, and unless we spin fantasies like Deussen
    • bodies, spirit at its lowest level, the spirit nevertheless, which
    • called the destiny of the Blessed and the Damned, can be seen in
    • whom some are led into blessedness, others thrust down into hell.
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    • untouched by it, it must nevertheless be emphasised that such an
    • actually sleep by day as well, only the day-sleep is less noticeable
    • and this sleep is not so noticeable because man is less conscious in
    • Nature. We shall be less concerned with this point to-day. The
    • spirituality finds access to him nevertheless.
    • To souls less exposed to Ahrimanic influences, art was
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    • is more or less obliged to fall back on what happened in the last
    • work no less effectively than the forces of the blood that has been
    • Now you will not be able to understand what I have to tell you unless
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • It is quite useless today to dabble superficially in the idea of
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    • must become less selfish; we should be able to rejoice at another
    • statement may seem perfectly correct; nevertheless it contains envy
    • that Mephistopheles does not exist; nevertheless, Lucifer and Ahriman
    • in the next incarnation. Helplessness and lack of independence will
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
    • The strange thing is that unless we are good towards others we cannot
    • another case it is useless.
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • understand the mineral, lifeless substance; that is to say, they will
    • forces, is nevertheless the physical body; that is, the corpse. What
    • mathematical-geometrical sphere, the less transparent things become.
    • cognition, and because a lifeless instrument can only be used to
    • recognize lifeless things. The etheric body, the astral body and the
    • in the same way in which the physical body recognizes lifeless
    • less died, or was at least dying off slowly. Now we already have a
    • physical body which is dead to a high degree, and this lifeless
    • head as something lifeless, as something which is constantly dying.
    • corpse can only grasp lifeless things.
    • intelligence, which is bound up with the lifeless body, cannot
    • yourself. You pronounce this word “I” very carelessly.
    • uttered so carelessly. There were older times in the evolution of
    • grasp the world through our lifeless body. That is to say, we only
    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • lifeless body, our intelligence now follows the path described to you
    • approaching life from the basis of lifeless things and by reaching,
    • lifeless things to that of living things. This is what I mean when I
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    • Nature. Nevertheless they are not worth much, for they do not
    • whereas his waking condition would more or less correspond to
    • lifeless character and becomes a living being.
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    • science, the more we learn of nature, the less we understand of
    • ourselves, the less we understand of man.”
    • certain feeling of the worthlessness of human existence. We shall see
    • characteristics, he will feel his existence to be worthless. To-day
    • unless it is thought out in conjunction with this
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    • has brought to humanity quite remarkable blessings of a material
    • approach rather as we do a person to whom we are more or less
    • sound knowledge is related to selflessness in man — not
    • the selflessness that loses the self but that leads rather to the
    • inclination to selflessness, to love. He comes also to understand
    • little the complete man who knows what true selflessness —
    • selfless love — is, and what egoism is, and from this
    • impulse, where it is right, to be selfless; or again, where he
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • Only a selfless, love-imbued faculty of cognition can grasp this
    • health-giving influence, no less truly than heat works in the
    • personal in it has nevertheless an impersonal character. It is an
    • nevertheless true to say that ordinary knowledge does not call
    • was far more instinctive and less conscious, it could not rightly be
    • other hand he experienced the blessing of receiving, in that he
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    • Nevertheless, spiritual science itself is infinitely
    • though history tells us little of such things, it is nevertheless
    • karmic developments to a culminating point. Think how much less
    • time — when less importance is attached to what takes place at
    • Nevertheless, if only this negative aspect of
    • hand and foot to our belief in authority. Only think how helpless
    • more and more helpless. And systematically to build up this
    • is only a special instance of other less noticeable performances in
    • fulfilment unless the knowledge which comes only from spiritual
    • life. Nevertheless theosophy must be registered as a corrective
    • and liberty of thought, cannot be satisfied unless the third,
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    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • painlessly, and faith does not hurt any more than science, though its
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • single moment; nevertheless the Event of Golgotha did bring about an
    • has brought with it a belief that is absurd and senseless.
    • often unconscious but no less destructive on that account, has taken hold
    • unless people rethink these things in time and turn to spiritual knowledge.
    • or less automatically, they make the same renunciation in the same
    • of our present troubles unless we develop understanding of the enmity
    • unless we learn to see through things like this, for they are of very
    • modification in our day, nevertheless in all essentials it is still the
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    • has spoken — representing, needless to say, not the “Home
    • away equally satisfied with the Lecture-Course itself, is doubtless a
    • Agriculture. Here, needless to say, we can only touch upon the
    • special subject. Nevertheless, we shall have to build upon what is
    • that be,” the individual is often powerless. Hitherto, not even
    • Agriculture, not even of the social forms it should assume, unless
    • farming job itself. That is to say, unless one really knows what it
    • this or that appearance; it can be cut more or less easily, it has
    • depends on countless conditions, not even only of the Earth as a
    • — it is all very nice; needless to say, one ought to know such
    • insecure — are less and less able to provide. To this end we
    • will be less rain. If it is all nonsense, Frau Prof. Schleiden will
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • are many other, less evident phenomena, both in the male and in the
    • animal life it is less so; plant life, an the other hand, is still to
    • understand plant life unless we bear in mind that everything which
    • crust. All other substances are present in lesser quantities, save
    • less pyramidal forms. The flowers would all be stunted. Practically
    • substances. Once more, if these were present to a less extent, we
    • flowers would expand, it is true, but they would be useless: they
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    • “farm,” needless to say, the due amount of cattle).
    • able to be strictly carried out, nevertheless, if we wish to do
    • “contain no foodstuffs” — are in reality no less
    • down into the soil by the greater or lesser limestone content
    • green unless the cosmic force of the Sun were also living in them.
    • Therefore the cosmic roots are those that are more or less single in
    • it permeates itself with the silicious nature. It contains no less
    • in the Earth. It therefore gives rise to a “light-less
    • beneath as a kind of head-existence — is not complete unless we
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    • substances of the Earth, needless to say. In the next lectures we
    • generally recognised; nevertheless the question, what is the essence
    • Nevertheless, to understand plant-life it is of the first importance
    • activity appears less obvious than that of other substances,
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • amorphous, formless substance which we see as coal or carbon proves
    • scaffolding or framework — more or less rigid or fluctuating as
    • or, as in plants, it is a carbon-frame-work more or less hard and
    • involved in more or less fluctuating movement. In either case, the
    • the ethereal, is living — unless indeed it has been killed or
    • killed. Nevertheless, by virtue of its native essence it is the
    • living there as it is in us and in the animals, nevertheless, there
    • this oxygen in our environment. But we pay far less attention,
    • less in need of it—I mean now the nitrogen in the air we
    • for the spiritual relation, which is no less a reality, only the
    • body within it. Nevertheless, outside it the astral must be there on
    • do) nevertheless, the plant must be touched by the astral from
    • and subtle, nevertheless, however subtly, meditation somewhat
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    • with which they are wont to deal in other sciences. Nevertheless, here
    • One can understand that it cannot be otherwise. No less facile, on the
    • merely bite into it, treating it in an impossible and style-less fashion.
    • We too shall treat things in an impossible and style-less fashion, so
    • more or less in process of decomposition, and perhaps of animal decomposition-products
    • be the tree: outside, the more or less solid parts, while inside is
    • is the healthier, the more it smells inwardly and the less
    • material substance. On the contrary, it was excreted. Nevertheless,
    • was altogether scentless to begin with, a rather delicately sustained
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    • as an improvement, as an enhancement. Needless to say, you will go on
    • that such a statement ought never to be made unless we are able to show
    • connection? Great Nature does not leave us so mercilessly in the lurch
    • Nevertheless, by prolonged
    • is happening to-day on many farms. Then we are ruthlessly exploiting
    • still be of no use for plant-growth, unless by a proper manuring process
    • It should on no account be weeded out. (Needless to say, we should prevent
    • used, we shall make good again much that would otherwise become a ruthless
    • have seemed utterly mad, which have none the less been introduced a
    • yet if you think it over, after all it involves less work than all the
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    • proceed from the earth itself, nevertheless they transmit what proceeds
    • and they are pretty helpless against it. I could tell you a tale of
    • in the second year you will see, there is far less of the kind of weed
    • their time in chattering, they may have done even less than the one
    • no good unless the neighbouring farmer also does so, for they only come
    • called so in a meaningless way. To attain our end within the plant world
    • again. Undoubtedly the influence of it rays out far and wide; nevertheless,
    • It cannot live if the earth is not there, nor can it live unless the
    • yet nevertheless with some intensity — manifold forces of growth
    • live. Needless to say, you cannot merely speculate. Nevertheless, you
    • can never be understood by themselves. What I said in our first lesson
    • by it has come to this: scientists always have recourse, more or less,
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    • unless we first bring about an insight into the underlying
    • growth, more or less — is it actually rooted? An actual root is
    • times he has male less use of this than in the time of the old clairvoyance.
    • in a more or less larval condition. These creatures then emancipate
    • men have become so intellectual, so clever. When they were less intellectual,
    • as farming is, unless you have insight into these mutual relationships
    • our animals. We shall not feed them properly unless we see the true
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    • more or less. True, they conceive all kinds of transformations in the
    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • organism more or less melts away — at least, in many animals it
    • less. Therefore, in the animal, more remains behind in the belly-manure
    • cycle, which ought to be maintained, complete in itself. Needless to
    • Nevertheless, you should try to attain it as far as possible.
    • for foodstuffs working less towards the head than the roots, which latter
    • have less of those movements which take their start from people who
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    • the left one. Animals have less inner life, because they
    • touch themselves much less. We may therefore say that the
    • connection with the universe unless he clings to the
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    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
    • course is not yet entirely understood; nevertheless one can understand it
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • and Divine was the Word.” The Word was not in Man; nevertheless human
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
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    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • into real spiritual-scientific knowledge unless he has a certain
    • worthlessness of such phenomena.
    • nevertheless this view is valid to-day.
    • kind of thinking, which dives down, as it were, into spacelessness
    • and timelessness; it is not easy to understand that it reappears in a
    • is more or less passive. This courage should be intensified.
    • unless we attain to a knowledge of the super-sensible formative forces
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    • What does this mean, however? It means nothing less than the
    • point of utter will-lessness, even to the point of extinguishing
    • basis of materialism, and although it is mocking it is nevertheless
    • exercises in the soul and develop thereby from a more-or-less
    • unhealthy soul condition to a more-or-less spiritual comprehension,
    • way, such sheaths, such useless remnants, are continuously being cast
    • matter what his position in life is otherwise. Nevertheless, it is
    • investigator. Nevertheless, paintings are able to originate only
    • real, that is physical. There have been countless people who have
    • — we nevertheless must conquer error again and again. He will
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • less intense although they may still be unconscious. Nowadays when
    • less difficult to understand than anthroposophy, this point of
    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • elemental restlessness being the result of this obdurate
    • less unconscious existence. He has to bring under the control of his
    • explain this theory of the two kinds of nerves. Nevertheless this
    • human evolution. Lessing described this very beautifully, whichever
    • emanating from the Event of Golgotha to flow into man's more or less
    • super-sensible being. Therefore it also happened that people had less
    • and less understanding for the Event that had united itself
    • of perception Lessing spoke of in his
    • Lessing also did, that in coming back for repeated lives on
    • Lessing (who I have mentioned today), Herder, Goethe, Schiller and
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    • our lifeless inorganic Earth, the mineral kingdom of our Earth. This
    • which is apparently lifeless substance, the mineral which to the
    • materialist is merely lifeless, is to us not only endowed with life,
    • soul-and-spirit part of our so-called lifeless inorganic,
    • lesser Gods follow the secret development of plant and mineral
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    • realms of popular thought. We live in an age of the most careless
    • will find that on numberless points he himself is sunk in blindest
    • ill of me, if I say — that the less he finds of this belief in
    • by the careless thinking of the present day. I have explained to you
    • how this careless thinking acts; I quoted: ‘results only do we
    • this would put the latter in a false position, unless he interests
    • — so long as we hold beliefs derived from the carelessly
    • careless thinking of great men, which has been so greatly enhanced
    • are capable at the present day of making such carelessness valid; for
    • thinking. A man may be a thoroughly careless thinker to-day, and yet
    • great misery of our time. I am fully convinced that countless people
    • heedlessness of thought which is infectious and very harmful, because
    • careless, inexact thinking, a clear and genuine method of thought be
    • this careless thinking. All those external, often very unhappy
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    • accordance with their whole being, they have less feeling for the
    • sense-phenomena are the outcome. They are therefore less
    • laws and regulations, but they do, nevertheless, assimilate what the
    • Buddha, with all their endless repetitions, have expressed the
    • which will elude him unless he consciously develops it. It is quite
    • Internationalism nowadays is a more or less weakened form of Marxism.
    • sleep, for otherwise, as a result of the powerlessness caused by the
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    • of the Earth, the less capable he became of beholding the
    • the people were blessed in that Osiris ruled in the Land of Egypt
    • conceive but it is true nevertheless, that the supreme
    • when they had so descended, nevertheless the Gods were there,
    • out of the formless haze of the Spiritual? As a prophetic
    • Blessed joy in Men.
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    • extraordinary statement, but it is nevertheless true, that for
    • all their smiles, it is nevertheless there in the faces of
    • thoughts that are powerless before the storm of events and quite
    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • however, is really formless. When we speak of it, we are speaking of
    • body,” for this is really formless. The “astral
    • melancholy countenance. Nevertheless it is a fact.
    • cultural life. The latter cannot become healthy unless fructified by
    • had wished to give the German people the greatest lesson by imposing
    • delegation, to Versailles is senseless because of the men
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    • less audacious hypotheses, what natural science has learnt from
    • disappear into the lifeless, if, in recognising the sole validity of
    • of the future. Nevertheless, we now see here the reality of human
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    • Nevertheless, if during his life in the physical world such a man had
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    • avoided if people were less forgetful. And who can claim to be
    • this can be very useful for life; one will forget far less. Still
    • holiday, write less for a time, and you will get over it!’ But
    • doubtless it will not be followed for a long time yet. Suppose that
    • repeat it nevertheless. We can do infinitely much to strengthen the
    • themselves a chance in the restless bustle of modern life; they do
    • — provided, needless to say, that it will do no harm to leave
    • find countless things which it is very nice, no doubt, to satisfy,
    • it is not easy to restrain your antipathy. Nevertheless, one need not
    • life in such a way that illnesses will become less and less
    • oppressive; and they will become less oppressive if by such
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    • there are, nevertheless, very many to-day whose souls have at least
    • lifeless forms, though it can also be applied to the spatial and
    • to-day has the same space-world — unless he be abnormally
    • in the soul — leads nevertheless to an imperceptible world in
    • the formalism of mathematics, while it nevertheless learns from
    • it is nevertheless true that Anthroposophy, setting out from
    • less important for Anthroposophy than for human progress. In many
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    • representing large or small, slit or oval, or more or less, less
    • something which could easily be misunderstood will be less misunderstood.
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    • less and less idea of it just because it comes to seem natural. They
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    • there is really nothing in the world that would not bring blessing to man,
    • were it only in its right place! We should be thoughtless and
    • consciousness. Needless to say, one cannot set things before the
    • fact, entered a realm where it is meaningless to speak of subjective and
    • the senses is a revelation of Him; but it is none the less a dying,
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    • Resurrection; but unless the step is taken into the realm of
    • conviction that the guiltless One could be brought to the Cross
    • Even among the Greeks it was said: The agéd are blessed
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    • Nevertheless, the realistic scholastic philosophers still felt that,
    • powerless in regard to the grasping of the spiritual. For, naturally,
    • consisted more or less in the following conception: the Mysteries saw
    • Miller is his son. It was more or less the same when people spoke of
    • Spirit, unless the problem happens to enter into theological
    • everything without the spirit! Nevertheless the spirit permeates the
    • will find more or less the following situation: — Please do not
    • or less materialistic world conception, or a world conception based
    • more or less on ancient traditional beliefs, and then pass on to
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    • God that they may whip you pitilessly, and there's an end to it!
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    • ordinary world, unless another kind of knowledge is added to
    • advanced than modern man; nevertheless it was so. In ancient pagan
    • Nevertheless, this conceals a certain fact. In Saint-Martin's books
    • significance. Nevertheless, this primeval knowledge was
    • even a sum of social impulses can be imagined, unless man rises to
    • were to insist less upon their proud faith and look more closely into
    • Nevertheless they are the less dangerous elements, for to begin with
    • chemical scientist; nevertheless, if he is to recognize and grasp
    • reason the leaders of the monistic societies are less harmful. But
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    • friends, unless we can distinguish how these three impulses
    • members of our earth's surface — unless we know that
    • impossible to save it. And it cannot be saved, unless people
    • unless people all over the earth come together and set to
    • that, after all, man's life is a void, a nothing, unless he
    • less anxious to keep on the surface of things. Just to give
    • but dead. But there is still less possibility, now, than
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    • less consciously in spiritual worlds, true Art carries down
    • cannot be fully penetrated unless we also bear in mind that
    • Needless to say, I shall not deny that artistic imagination
    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • etheric body. Still less does he surmise that which resembles
    • Nevertheless, very, very frequently it happens that the world
    • of greater or lesser value for the Universe.
    • received into consciousness. None the less, it was the living
    • — which, with all its imperfections, is nevertheless
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    • of man; and so we are less able to form an opinion of it from
    • on this side is, as it were, left to himself. Less demand is
    • these two directions less stimulation is exercised by the
    • sheds its rays more or less obliquely on that part of the
    • nature of man's task on Earth unless we perceive the
    • be understood unless his earthly formation is considered.
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    • Nevertheless deep contemplation of these symbols could be a
    • has become sinful is rooted in another Ego, a guiltless Ego.
    • the Ego is nevertheless present and may hover before us as an
    • perquisites of erudition. Nevertheless it was a moving
    • were invariably the most quarrelsome, quarrelled less and
    • words which rang out countless times to their ears and hearts
    • and fearlessness. Are we not reminded of this when we hear of
    • presentation of these Christmas Plays, it nevertheless
    • unless there can be a spiritual awakening. What should awaken
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    • nevertheless true, and its truth is brought home to us by the
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • these are the essentials of Lessing's thought. On the other hand, the
    • earthly life is admitted. Even science is less inclined to agree with
    • illusion is not true wisdom, for even after countless births, outer
    • hand, a meaningless thirst for existence on the other. And so
    • earthly order. How did Buddha himself seek illumination? Unless we
    • the essential nature of Buddha's illumination and teaching unless we
    • to enter into blessedness. Rather must he overcome the forces which
    • Then we realise the words of Lessing in his
    • point to successive Buddhas, recapitulating more or less the same
    • Christ Event could be repeated is as meaningless as to suppose there
    • endless repetition to the belief that there is meaning and an
    • appeared. This is not to honour the Buddha less; we revere him as the
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
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    • — but the mode of observation is nevertheless atomistic and
    • realised to their cost the powerlessness of purely intellectual
    • with him — it is all useless, for he will know how to make all
    • “bloodless” — because they are merely analogies to
    • than refer to a certain principle, but it is nevertheless a
    • diseases and are less able to resist them.
    • less — and so forth.
    • the less a factor in epidemics. And here external regulations are of
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    • have one A, or one C sharp in a given octave, but countless ones
    • the less are reality. Imagine here the Earth. Around it are the
    • my dear friends, unless we feel in it the longing to experience the
    • Nevertheless what I have said is not intended in a figurative or
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    • the Christ revelation, are now in many respects powerless to find the
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    • Less than 150 years ago, yet electricity is now a cultural
    • on the other hand, even less able to discover a moral essence in that
    • thinks that this is quite harmless. But in so doing, he does not
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    • possibly what did occur. Nevertheless, this hypothesis cannot be
    • Mysteries, yet it was a widespread knowledge nevertheless. And we
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • lost, it was nevertheless a step forward that led to Clemens of
    • completely, but to understand it correctly, we must nevertheless
    • is not easy to understand. Nevertheless, it can be understood. You
    • ether body, and then we cast it off. Nevertheless, this ether body
    • more or less continues its existence. As a result of luciferic
    • were nevertheless existent in the form of forces. This is very
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    • or less under the difficulty of bringing the soul-and-spirit, which
    • of our body. For unless the several members of our organism stood in
    • unless they were working one upon
    • dimensions of space. Feeling is two-dimensional. Nevertheless it has
    • Nevertheless the thought must have some relation to space, for
    • pass to the dimensionless point, — only then do we arrive at
    • is meaningless merely to speak of the contrast between the
    • and bodily. It is meaningless, for if we wish to discover the
    • he feels him less. Likewise this one-dimensional being feels
    • Unless
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    • have accomplished such great things and brought such blessings on
    • less changed or unchanged, are to be found there in the rock-material
    • of less developed forms of life, which today we are accustomed to
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • nevertheless — as if outlined in a rough charcoal drawing
    • make its watery origin less apparent today. Everything, so to speak,
    • less and less perfect forms of life on the earth with a mixture, at
    • less and less perfect beings as the forerunners of all forms of life
    • of the lifeless? — But that is not how it is: the living is not
    • preceded by the lifeless, but them reverse is the case; the
    • lifeless is preceded by the living. The lifeless mineral is a
    • lifeless, but we trace the lifeless back to processes of
    • it was not merely out of a lifeless, fiery nebula that there came
    • will be ever less and less living processes; for more and more they
    • themselves more or less from the earth and its inner processes —
    • corpse in process of destruction, nevertheless in all that moves on
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    • must nevertheless be aware that if, during such a period of outer
    • hand, unless we are actually raving, or given to walking in our
    • existence, may nevertheless be traced back to a different
    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • that, speaking from a more or less schematic point of view, we might
    • people can continue to think in a more or less automatic way. It can
    • unless man is laid hold of by those youthful elements which proceed
    • study of such things! In the same way, unless he has actually learned
    • nevertheless exercises this faculty during the night. So that it is
    • less than the thinking of a later day. A more modern thinking speaks
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    • or less clearly, and that the further away they are the less clear do
    • us in time take on more or less indistinct outlines — as for
    • bottomless abyss when we stand before the dreadful emptiness. If we
    • timeless character of the infinite sea of courage with its Beings
    • the thought comes: ‘he is really wise, he must have had endless
    • correct idea of how helpless a man is who writes an intellectual
    • perhaps may not appear less impressive than the glimpse afforded us
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    • ancient Saturn we are absolutely in the realm of spaceless eternity.
    • time of Saturn, receives the impression of being in spaceless ebb and
    • vision of the beatitude of sacrifice! We should be soul-less lumps if
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    • healing and blessing, must proceed from a stronger impulse of will,
    • while a less important act comes from a weaker impulse. And in
    • appear within us. The less we ‘will’ the more we say: We
    • is of no avail unless it is a sign of the renunciation rooted in the
    • or less interest to him although he might perhaps not understand them
    • the less it grows. What does the flower want with laws or the human
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    • recognised that nevertheless spiritual qualities and properties
    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • this is what must come if the endless flow of pictures is to be
    • endlessly. And while we live in the consciousness belonging to this
    • Do not we smile too when children cry? Just think of the endless
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    • wonder’ unless he can in a certain way make claim to explain it
    • planet, the less exalted gathered together. Now suppose that the
    • Beings of the lesser planet wished to make sacrifice to the greater
    • significance death is neither more nor less than the attribute of the
    • body, and Ego has no meaning, it is purposeless; at that moment it is
    • annihilation and death. That declares to us nothing less significant
    • knows anything of this cannot but believe in them. It is a fruitless
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    • impression, they will feel more or the less the way one does
    • — humanity has learned an adequate lesson from the
    • method unless they are literally off their heads.
    • feeling for all the terrible, hopelessly commonplace and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • significance, however? It is more or less like this: On
    • evolution will not progress unless these truths become part
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • Some think their motives are entirely selfless, when in
    • tied to the physical body by the age of 27, unless they take
    • up to his twenty-first year. But unless he is able to develop
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    • today and less able to accept views which differ from their
    • fanciful and absurd. Nevertheless, truths that until now were
    • are increasingly less understood
    • meaningless. But people are able to imagine they could be
    • less entirely realistic. One makes the strangest discoveries
    • blood or the like. Nevertheless, this literary lexicon quotes
    • members but nevertheless do come and hear such things, find
    • more than personal interest. Nevertheless, the present age
    • far — is that I myself will have to be a lot less
    • responsible. Unless I am less lenient in these matters than I
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    • more or less normal feelings, even today, will be shaken to
    • for themselves but only to be selfless and desire the good of
    • selfless, look at all the things I do to improve myself! I am
    • endlessly more important to people today than actually having
    • and especially the education of children, unless the matter
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • as it may seem to you, it is nevertheless true to say: We
    • modern science, but nevertheless came as close as anyone can
    • truly less and less of this world. This, however, should not
    • Nevertheless,
    • Calvin, that some people were destined to be blessed, others
    • would have been meaningless at the time of the ancient Greeks
    • evolution progresses, human beings will be less and less able
    • connection with the physical has become less close. This,
    • longer in complete agreement, and they will agree less and
    • less as time goes on. It is really necessary for people today
    • were compared to those of the poor, who have less opportunity
    • it is an echo of the soulless brain from Atlantean times.
    • will help people become less clumsy about it. Just consider,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • thoughts unless we first consider the true nature of the
    • space filled with air. And in more or less the same way you
    • up. Nevertheless, you can get up out of habit, without
    • nature. Rightly understood, it will solve countless riddles
    • association is a very subtle one. It is more or less similar
    • much less subtle than is possible today. It was relatively
    • images which nevertheless related to real happenings in the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • nevertheless leave me with this impression. I have enormous
    • more or less unconscious, inner grasp of the conflicts which
    • world, and Luther cannot be understood unless this is taken
    • post-Atlantean age, taking this with him into the godless
    • documents you want and scribble endless notes on Luther, you
    • always have a cardboard figure, unless you are truly able to
    • alternating periods, periods when weightless situations and
    • will be nothing, they will be null and void, unless they come
    • — these will, of course, be less comfortable, for they
    • also Shake us awake. Life will be less comfortable with the
    • that taught the headmaster a lesson. But, you see, Herder did
    • perhaps less good, is not really so important. Even
    • done, unless you consider this. People have no idea today of
    • educate. In the immediate future this will become much less
    • aspect. Of course, everybody is more or less involved in
    • it is pointless to say: And why did he tell you this?' He
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    • crockery in the first place. This is more or less the
    • apply to human life what applies only in the lifeless,
    • has gradually entered more and more into the lifeless sphere,
    • nevertheless build a whole system on a completely
    • quiet and colourless as possible and are afraid they will get
    • do not grasp reality unless we take full note of them.
    • original. They are worthless and untrue and they are not even
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    • aware of these things. Unless they are in our conscious
    • of it again. And unless people realize that the old ideas
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • less how it is with the beautiful ideals people talk about so
    • these individuals must nevertheless know three or four people
    • science unless it is preceded by myth; it has grown out of
    • lessons to be learned in the present time were not slept
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    • but it will happen nevertheless.
    • is true nevertheless. Essentially this is connected with the
    • danger of falling prey to the ahrimanic powers, unless it is
    • the earth behave towards colourless crystals, or a cubic
    • inner life which is less arid and infertile and people who
    • will be will also be less nervous later in life, because they
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    • present time and the immediate future, unless they are
    • our scientific definitions are therefore more or less in
    • unless we consider the careful study of racial, national and
    • is not possible to understand the present time unless one
    • it is true nevertheless. The arms are a different length from
    • in the world, unless you are going to be mulish —
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    • nevertheless a mirror-reflection of the battle which had been
    • where it is less harmful. As I have mentioned,
    • interest of the spirit in the spirit was getting less and
    • less and we lived in an age when usefulness counted more than
    • harmful because it is especially senseless. The causes are
    • inadequacy and indeed the utter uselessness of the ideas
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    • characterize the events of the time more or less as follows.
    • growing less and less; beyond that time it would grow less
    • and less again. We might say the Archangels were directed by
    • nevertheless true that earthly events are connected with such
    • during the Persian epoch less so, in Egypto-Chaldean times
    • even less, until into Graeco-Latin times people were only
    • develop quietly, unambitiously and selflessly and only come
    • it blocks all possibility of a real overview. Countless
    • Superficial historians may well disagree, but it is pointless
    • cannot be a science unless it rests on this type of
    • of this selfless lawyer. His name is Raymond Poincar.
    • and consider this madness. Nevertheless it will enter into
    • function and become useless but still persist for some time;
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    • sinless, incapable of sinning, like a mere creature of nature, he now
    • consciousness of sin: As a human being I am sinless only when I find
    • decide for myself is sinful per se, and I can attain a sinless state
    • speak, the less able their concepts became to grasp anything. And it
    • concepts became less and less spiritual, and the unspiritual concepts
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • of all today. But nevertheless, during the time of real consciousness
    • natural-scientific public sank down from the dream into blessed
    • nevertheless, because a full consciousness is being demanded
    • in a mystical, nebulous indefiniteness. Selflessness is necessary for
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    • indeed, the decay is so strong that, unless the intellectual
    • lifeless thoughts that we form here on earth in accordance with modern
    • speak of a lifeless thinking. Were they to speak of the true nature
    • this represents more or less the straight line of evolution. But the
    • means more or less the following: “Here on earth man is not at
    • Nevertheless, the depths of the human soul are still untouched: If
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    • behind this or that phenomenon. Nevertheless, in our spiritual
    • conflict with more-or-less justified concepts that have, and must
    • doubts and riddles that arise nevertheless, especially when one
    • nevertheless for the spiritual scientific view. We come to look
    • mineral element, of lifeless matter. Spiritual science may not speak
    • it. Just as every stone, every lifeless body, shows its relationship
    • plant-life — must lie in the lifeless, the mineral element.
    • only developed the lifeless out of what was living, progressively
    • seem, it is nevertheless revealed that the human soul pours itself
    • unless we understand him as formed out of the entire macrocosm.
    • of such spiritual scientific findings, for it is nothing less than
    • said, it is nevertheless a fact that outer science does not know its
    • plants, he nevertheless presents the facts so clearly that one must
    • the possibility — regardless of how fascinating the results of
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    • electric telegraph; nevertheless, the principle of the
    • Nevertheless, they left them in the air. Few, no doubt, had
    • spread abroad everywhere; and, needless to say, it would only
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    • deceit ; and that no man is truly enlightened unless he does
    • pair of shoes, needless to say there is something in this act
    • large scale. Nevertheless, everything that lies along this
    • always printed, though needless to say, only the ungodliest
    • the impulses laid down in a given year have less incisive
    • (unless they fall within the narrow circle of his own selfish
    • new birth. We cannot learn to know these human souls unless
    • the frontal portions of the brain are of far less value than
    • In thoughtless
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    • Less hidden, we
    • consciousness, needless to say, has been lost. It must be
    • another season of the year, his constellation would be less
    • the less, able to shed its light into deep secrets of the
    • Needless to
    • of an animal or man — unless it be prepared and laid
    • to-day have little conception of the ruthless work of
    • this domain, Spiritual Science is no less important as an
    • uprightly and honestly, and you will probably find still less
    • way, more or less, on to the path to which I here refer.
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    • not change; they do not become less objective, for they are
    • life. But this does not render these worlds less objective. On
    • objective and less selfish in its whole experience. The first
    • man's physical body the lifeless mineral earth. This creates a
    • people believe that it is well meant … they nevertheless
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    • and capacity, and, above all, our survey of life, unless we form
    • Nevertheless, this
    • three manifestations of human nature; nevertheless, you will
    • handed down to them; nevertheless, they feel instinctively: All
    • are nevertheless as much alive as our ordinary sensory
    • unless I can see these things with my own eyes.”
    • reveals itself all the more faithfully, the less morality we
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    • would have to die unless his hand was amputated, and he begged
    • nevertheless nervous, for he was acquainted with soul moods, and
    • many other cases, less marked and radical, in order to prove that
    • useless, for he cannot perceive the accompanying circumstances.
    • designated as nervousness and restlessness. One does all manner
    • cognitive forces which already exist less intensely in ordinary
    • more or less materialistically) eliminates the cause of
    • clear; it is not strong enough to maintain consciousness unless
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    • Nevertheless a deeper insight into present conditions should not
    • or less clearly.
    • remote antiquity, we find this conception of Maya less and less,
    • The sight of the lifeless body was the true reason why Buddha
    • with the corpse hanging upon it. They look upon the lifeless
    • flee from him and seek another reality, but in this lifeless
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    • inner vital feeling, which cannot even be interpreted, less still
    • it for another purpose, or apparently do so, it is nevertheless a
    • the ordinary life of thought; this must be lifeless. But the
    • lifeless substance, dead matter. He does not really learn to know
    • himself, his own reality, but only his lifeless part. A true
    • lifeless organs which we recognize in man, the organs in their
    • lifeless state, and all we are able to recognize from below and
    • the lifeless or physical, the basis of life or the psychical, and
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    • observing man's lifeless parts, indeed sometimes by studying only
    • courage to admit that history has no meaning; it is meaningless,
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    • in ancient Greece and was about to set; nevertheless we find in
    • great, living organism, and its lifeless part, for example, the
    • insofar as it deals with lifeless substances and processes. In an
    • living only as a kind of chemical combination of lifeless
    • substances. The idea of spontaneous generation from lifeless
    • For they did not yet think of the universe as something lifeless,
    • lifeless with living things. These things are very difficult to
    • element. When man turns his thoughts and ideas to lifeless
    • thoughts with the greatest ease and comfort; the lifeless world
    • lifeless thoughts, Nature itself, with its living changing
    • lifeless things, to things which do not change, so that the
    • nevertheless gave man — as I have frequently described
    • lifeless things and applicable only to lifeless things, to the
    • If man does not wish to remain within the lifeless essence of the
    • whenever he faces the lifeless world.
    • lifeless thing in his thoughts, so that the external world no
    • but he felt that he was a being that had risen from less perfect
    • less worthily, in a way which is not in keeping with its true
    • only with the knowledge of lifeless things applied by modern men,
    • lifeless thoughts, the technical and mechanic progress in
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    • in which countless men feel the word ‘peace’ resounding,
    • countless dead around us at this time. The atmosphere of sensation
    • was presented in more or less detail in the performances which
    • the nations are at war with each other, living in hate, how countless
    • the play of endless atoms, has the life of man any meaning in
    • book is based on the remarkable prejudice that it is useless to seek
    • at them externally and point only to the fact that numberless bullets
    • become a blessing when on it is crucified and properly united with
    • behold the entire Earth in its completeness unless we visualise also
    • Unless t'were knowledge of the Life of God.
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    • — that deep meaning for the world experienced by countless
    • Nevertheless, it
    • witnessed and must feel countless deaths around us in this
    • beings on earth. And so it is nevertheless a thought of infinite
    • on do we find what was presented in more or less detail in the
    • standing in time while time keeps moving. Nevertheless this is so,
    • how countless deaths result every day. Haeckel mentions all these
    • pointing out that countless bullets are destroying human lives, if
    • goes its way, it can lead in the same way either to meaninglessness
    • is the effect of this same science? It is a blessing if man
    • meaning or meaninglessness, so the science that can achieve such
    • wood that is the Cross of humanity. This wood can lead to a blessing
    • less old. It is really true that what existed in childhood remains
    • meaninglessness of earthly evolution; rather, in the suffering and
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    • meaningless reminiscences of the outer world. Interwoven though they
    • possessed of understanding the spiritual world became less and
    • less. Our clear reasoning and cognitional faculties, our present
    • boundless distances, into infinity. The first way is that of the
    • them is at one time more evident, at another less. He taught how
    • spiritual beings, the lesser genii.
    • of countless examples of physical research, then the key-note of our
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    • world of dreams. But whereas our dreams are chaotic and meaningless
    • those still able to gaze into the spiritual world contained less and
    • less of spiritual force. The higher worlds gradually closed their
    • to doubt it would be as senseless as to doubt that our eyes can
    • but as a mechanical contrivance, we realise, nevertheless, that
    • Thee! Thou wert there in days of old and lo! Thy blessings stream
    • later to a less and less degree) was permeated with religious
    • possessed the power of clairvoyance, the greatest blessings in every
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    • at it, unless we are studying anatomy, and then we are not studying a
    • understanding. How we behave to others with selflessness, or how in love
    • continually become less able to comprehend, to maintain, ourselves
    • be quite outside himself. If a man is a loveless being, a feeling arises
    • without love. This hems him in. Loveless persons sleep as if — to
    • after death. If he is loveless and is poorly prepared for what is to
    • Hierarchies? Nevertheless is it not true that whoever understands how to
    • outside, but unless he is capable of showing outwardly what is within
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    • consciousness. They are not; nevertheless, what I describe is truly
    • less true that all that goes on with our own selves depends very little
    • attached in any way to the senses, nevertheless it too is a well-defined
    • when people complain bitterly of sleeplessness. As a general rule, they
    • most material one; nevertheless it owes its origin to the working of
    • unless we received into our breathing and blood-circulation during the
    • suffer from sleeplessness, then it rests with us to explain the
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    • them harmless by declaring them to be visionaries and
    • can be made in the sphere of soul-life, but that does not lessen
    • easily pass on to the less self-evident ones which we find in
    • were simply to declare that life originated from lifeless
    • history of a cat or of a dog? Doubtless one can — but
    • we are obliged to admit numberless supernatural facts in other
    • accordance with no less necessary laws these changed into worm,
    • difference; this difference is much less than the difference
    • appears as we know him, at least in his less perfect
    • lower. I cannot understand Newton's soul unless I imagine it as
    • hopeless, that during a lecture given in Breslau by Albert
    • the same numbers of lessons daily to the children and attain
    • said distinctly, for careless readers are plentiful now-a-days, and
    • the careless are always ready to read some nonsense or other into
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    • remains behind of life passes over gradually into lifeless
    • matter. So lifeless matter now becomes in death the outer
    • becomes lifeless matter; but must seek the cause, the
    • lifeless, into death, — that is to say, they surround
    • lifeless matter and yet continue to live, that it has a
    • itself, since it takes up inorganic lifeless matter. This can
    • certain things in the tree change into dead lifeless
    • throughout the whole of life, though it is less apparent in
    • events. We must learn to say in a calm and passionless way:
    • be purchased by desirelessness, equanimity and passivity
    • unless we can remember our past lives they are of no use! Is
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    • nonetheless changeable, for at every moment they have a
    • mineral kingdom. All apparently lifeless beings, all
    • — nevertheless, the inner nature of a Being must be
    • your Ego has no physical nature, and lives nevertheless upon
    • influence throughout life — nevertheless, the physical
    • Sun, we must distinguish a more perfect than the less perfect
    • the stage of a mineral: nevertheless, these two parts
    • — yet there can be no blood, unless an astral body and
    • — leave it mercilessly. Also the whole nervous system
    • is mercilessly abandoned, for the nervous system is dependent
    • and vitalizing it — nevertheless it does this merely in
    • the physical sense-world; but they are able nevertheless, to
    • minerals, which workout of the formless element, are to be
    • Nevertheless, they must work together in harmony. The one
    • simplest. It is an utterly senseless way of speaking to
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    • nevertheless intended to bring to your notice several of the
    • from riverslime unless a worm or fish germ has first been
    • lifeless slime can evolve life in the shape of fish or worm;
    • development, as does the worm from his lifeless surroundings.
    • of spirit. But simultaneously he feels his powerlessness to
    • A limitless ocean,
    • A restless heaving,
    • Full in my view climbs up the pathless sky,
    • Scientist does not say that physical science is valueless and
    • — that is the lesson Faust must learn. The archetype of
    • second part of Faust nevertheless. Hence he could say to
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    • yet creates but powerless fantasies —
    • Appeared to me the demon's powerlessness.
    • And many a sleepless night I lingered on
    • In that love and simplicity and at the same time powerlessness,
    • we see this power working blessing as sunshine, as forces in
    • power — with its powerlessness and mocks our power in its
    • powerlessness! For it would be meaningless to approach the
    • powerlessness.
    • filled with wisdom and yet more powerless than other people's
    • of the year, that it may flow through and bless the wisdom that
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    • Nevertheless,
    • alive in Goethe. Nevertheless it is not only a couple of
    • “It moves, nevertheless.” A fine saying, truly,
    • backwards and forwards before countless souls. But Galileo
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    • necessity of the lessons of life; it shows us that it is
    • departments of science which are more or less unaffected by
    • is a difference. The last-mentioned are fewer and have less
    • nevertheless refuse recognise that origin in the spirit. This
    • doubtless a difficult step for many at the present day. Some
    • have any influence! Unless we ascribe will to those thoughts,
    • countless naturalists on all the most important questions in
    • — unless the acquaintance with theosophy has meantime
    • that has been written in the countless works extant on
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    • such revelations, it is less a question of the exact,
    • less strife would arise; the investigation of the path to
    • further one is on this path of seeing oneself, and the less
    • flowed into ones pronouncements. Nevertheless, in all the
    • person however, with selfless mood of soul, will find the
    • followers, unless above all things he attempts to appeal to
    • the fact nevertheless it establishes itself, hope,
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    • depends on countless factors. To this, indeed, the manifold
    • Nevertheless, in our time, the aspects we are here
    • nevertheless, we must admit, the whole way in which Mephistopheles
    • more or less real cures, though in the majority of cases they
    • Nevertheless, the desire to pursue the continuous thread of
    • string is played on more or less intensely by the bow of
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    • senseless.
    • worker, even has his own convictions!) Nevertheless, he
    • capacity was less than the Director's. And so it came about
    • again — for needless to say, this too is modern and
    • witnessed it. In the end, needless to say, he is locked up. And
    • o'clock, he awakens (this will no doubt be more or less
    • speak about these things. Nevertheless they must be
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    • this connection they are generally thinking more or less
    • it will have to do so, unless it wishes to be void of all
    • against each other. Unless we realise how much this signifies
    • that time were more or less agreed as to what Herzen thus
    • harmless. University Professors go from country to country
    • down and ask one of the ladies — needless to say, I shall
    • depend upon no more than this. They are only a little less
    • numerical relations are adduced, one can gain countless
    • Nevertheless, there is something more in the methods chosen by
    • occultism they considered harmless for the so-called Western
    • sources. They may be quite innocent. Nevertheless, they too
    • Vanity, needless to say, is one of many things that make men
    • the lectures will in time grow less and less important. She
    • and Lessing as ‘mediocre minds’ and write long articles upon
    • will then be able to replace their worthless ‘charters of
    • principles of Initiation, though, needless to say, those who
    • and on the other hand the Brotherhoods, which, needless to say,
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    • Angel. With measureless conceit they say that they are speaking
    • and not even that completely. This measureless arrogance
    • this point we are still more or less within the limits of what
    • a real one, but his connection is no less real with the
    • misinterpretation of the Angel, which takes place more or less
    • consciously, leads in its turn more or less consciously to the
    • relation to them, though they do not admit the fact. Nevertheless,
    • can be well aware, needless to say, that the clever people of
    • worthless nonsense.
    • it i. How much less matter the dot contains than the
    • more significance for the cosmos. Needless to say, anyone who
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    • artistic songs have done — but the folk songs less than
    • their death in the last few years, must reflect upon countless
    • supplement by this other saying: “Unless you live your
    • that it becomes less and less manifest; and that what develops
    • disappears into the body, becoming continually less and less
    • make it less perfect. This is what the human being has to
    • but it is not used by him for a good purpose unless he can sink
    • work in the world Luciferically. unless they are
    • whether you yourself are tempted to be too careless about truth
    • nevertheless thought possesses healing power. In such things
    • He abides to give us light amid our darkness and helplessness
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    • or less unconsciously, was for the esoteric Christian the
    • If with consoling hope thy path is blessed!
    • It is no wonder if his life is blessed;
    • Like some poor boy who, friendless and astray,
    • And from his lesser duties he was freed:
    • With mutual blessing they retired to sleep,
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    • friends who are less familiar with the wider questions of
    • one which hitherto has been more or less eschewed particularly by
    • ‘homeless man’. This is a technical expression. And if we
    • term ‘homeless man’ we may briefly say that a ‘homeless
    • association with his native country. Furthermore, a ‘homeless
    • propose therefore to describe this heritage from which the ‘homeless
    • man’ must liberate himself to some extent. Now the ‘homeless
    • homelessness they would meet with little understanding. In the first
    • heritage. This is not so, however. In reality, homelessness is, or
    • homelessness, has been reached, the ‘homeless man’ may
    • people, but nevertheless a spiritual Being, just as man himself is a
    • feeble foreshadowing, it is true, but none the less a foreshadowing.
    • Folk Souls together, something that is more or less universally
    • devoid of reality; still less would he be prepared to accept the
    • Spirit of the Age as an authentic entity. Nevertheless the term
    • colourless term ‘Spirit of the Age’. Now we human beings
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    • None the less, if the activity of these Beings, of these Folk
    • terminology which is somewhat figurative. None the less MY
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    • is first developed in the Spiritual Soul. Nevertheless the ‘I’
    • human ‘I’; nevertheless the ego of the Archangel is not
    • originate in his consciousness, but nevertheless is alien to him. It
    • nevertheless seems something foreign to him. It is something which he
    • to be less productive, less active and to lose their inner vitality.
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    • cooperation of countless numbers of cosmic Beings. From the study of
    • diminishes; man is less subject to these forces. Nevertheless their
    • childhood permanently upon them. This is more or less typical of all
    • the universe. Nevertheless we can now understand that racial
    • westward, the less productive civilization becomes. As civilization
    • deny this necessity is pointless; it serves only to put obstacles in
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 5. Manifestation of the Hierarchies in the Elements of Nature.
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    • our inmost being we shall also receive the countless blessings of all
    • national and racial characteristics may, nonetheless, provoke
    • dissension and disharmony unless it is accepted in the spirit I have
    • Nevertheless
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    • our knowledge: Nevertheless from the indications given in the last
    • with special modifications, produces the more or less yellow skinned
    • This applies more or less to the Aryans, to the peoples of Asia Minor
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    • world. Nevertheless, in the post-Atlantean age the current of
    • various Folk Souls are more or less inclined towards this materialist
    • the fifth post-Atlantean epoch a more or less materialistic people
    • nevertheless that there is no other mythology which, in its peculiar
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    • with other mythologies, is nevertheless something quite unique. It is
    • value. Nevertheless this comparative method is extremely popular at
    • mythology unless we review once more the five successive ages of
    • peoples belonging to the ancient Persian civilization were less
    • West, but the spiritual culture of the West — unless they come
    • less closed to them. They had already reached a high stage of
    • Christ one needed faculties belonging to a less lofty station of the
    • we shall attempt to explore the lesser-known branches of Teutonic
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    • high level whilst their ego was more or less asleep, that is to say,
    • Persians were less subject to the Luciferic influence than the
    • powerless to revive this erstwhile clairvoyance. Thus one of the
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • less real, less clear-cut; it had less the stamp of reality. Whilst
    • presented a blurred, pale, lifeless image of reality; as I have
    • mythology. Nevertheless they are simply the products of the highest
    • two worlds as a third world is that which we feel to be the Blessed
    • Child of these two worlds. This Blessed Child is not an individual
    • Blessed Child of the Heavenly Father and the Earth Mother. Universal
    • by the Heavenly Father, the Earth Mother and the Blessed Child of the
    • East. In the conception of the Blessed Child there is again a world
    • who sheds his blessings upon the other three worlds, so that the
    • nature of this conception. He rejects the endless theological
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    • unless he realizes that this event actually took place.
    • Nevertheless,
    • reason and spiritual knowledge less highly than the old, chaotic
    • no less than the smaller isolated groups have each their appointed
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    • speak, quite regardless of our own inclinations, regardless of what
    • blessing for diverse peoples. The continuation of this mystic lore as
    • poured, there may be more or less consciously sensed something of the
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    • The man of that time was not so hopelessly limited in his outlook as
    • Nature more or less withdrew, and later the gods substituted a moral
    • organisation of the human body, they had to become less active; man
    • himself advancing unless a mirror confronts him, so the astral body
    • Socrates right up to our own day, men had to remain more or less in
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    • which cannot be explained unless one recognises the reality of a
    • countless modern souls. People like Strader are very numerous today.
    • nevertheless, that is the truth.
    • get any idea, still less any sense of what the Greek soul experienced
    • meteorology in such terms he would have thought as senseless as it
    • experience, but which nevertheless can be experienced in
    • feeling of breathlessness. When the etheric and physical bodies are
    • there comes a feeling of oppression rather like breathlessness. Hence
    • more or less how it is done. By thinking of the relative sizes of
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    • evolution of our present Earth as Angels, nevertheless, during the
    • in human physical bodies even in the Egypt-Chaldean epoch. Even less
    • such incarnated there. Nevertheless the Earth is saturated by the
    • Greeks quite in the way I have expressed it, but it nevertheless
    • light upon the lesser ones. Everywhere these two streams intermingle.
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    • were less tightly drawn. That the Greeks were conscious of this
    • their gods did nevertheless incarnate in physical bodies,
    • about the Earth in a human body. Nevertheless it can be so. For the
    • without the impact of Greece, it is no less so without the impulse
    • to us by modern historians in such a hopelessly dry-as-dust form, and
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    • life, and we shall get no further unless we give some thought to this
    • development would be possible unless contradiction lay in the very
    • more or less spiritual bodies, bodies only accessible to clairvoyant
    • which is nevertheless all around us; for this world is there behind
    • would look like if earthly men today were ego-less, if men had not
    • participated in the blessings bestowed by the Earth, had not
    • man who actually walks about the earth? He is neither the ego-less
    • be dubbed sentimental, dreamy, fantastic, but which nevertheless was
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    • For knowledge is bound up with the whole being of man, and unless the
    • move through space, you do not see yourself — unless you meet a
    • quite trivial but is nevertheless important. If one wants to describe
    • intelligence while nevertheless withdrawing from that form of
    • to him, sayings which repeatedly stress the worthlessness of the
    • no epic, goes back, but of which nevertheless the later history of
    • outside seem less perfect than an earlier one. In my second
    • his soul to be poured out into external culture was nevertheless able
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    • nevertheless understand that in the intervening periods between
    • and streaming in the human etheric body towards the brain. And unless
    • brain would be completely useless if it were only to function as
    • in the finer elements nevertheless developed powers of densification
    • of the etheric world in Himself, was nevertheless able to recognise
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    • make it clear that unless these etheric streams were to rise up from
    • and the purer they are — that is, the less they still contain
    • ‘What I have reached so far is nevertheless still only shadow,
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    • materialistic phase. And unless meanwhile man has become much more
    • descendants to be as much a mythology as that of the Greeks, unless
    • world. The old interpretations in times which were more or less
    • soul draws forth far less from itself, what it produces is much
    • with present-day consciousness there is far less of world-reality
    • there comes over him the feeling: ‘How hopelessly cut off from
    • through an endless expanse of space. The further we expand thence
    • last before an empty and bottomless abyss. That is an ordeal which
    • less does man experience what he acquired during the Sun evolution as
    • upon these closed regions countless generations of gods, of spiritual
    • enter, learns how to plunge into the work of countless generations
    • this connection. For through it we learn that countless spiritual
    • us to receive, it comes nevertheless from the entire cosmos.’
    • ourselves, the less is egotism able to get a hold upon us. We then
    • from ourselves, we are seized by an infinite compassion, an endless
    • lesser degree also those of Sophocles enable us to recognise what
    • of fear and egotism, of the overcoming of fear through fearlessness,
    • and of egotism in sympathy, in boundless sympathy — Aristotle,
    • repeated over and over again, we must nevertheless say to ourselves:
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    • The words of Lessing
    • between all that is proceeding in the world in a more or less mechanical,
    • was growing up more or less as a child in Urbino, his environment was
    • to Savonarela. True, the two men were different, but we must nevertheless
    • it reached the stage of the human being, — nevertheless it is
    • in greater or lesser proximity to him in the kingdom of Nature. Man
    • State, Greek sculpture, or Greek philosophy. A formless element
    • and imperfectly from Giotto's pictures, we do nevertheless see a direct
    • artistic forms their ideas of the gods united with the formless element
    • upon us. Not for the sake of any colorless theory, or for the purpose
    • disappear, but may it not be said that they exist nonetheless in other
    • the age of Raphael then read less, but they be held a great deal more.
    • constituted but that will nevertheless work on through all the ages
    • away. Nonetheless he will still be living in mankind, for in him humanity
    • are lost his name will nevertheless remain engraven in the memory of
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    • soul. Our honorable philologists nevertheless admit that there can
    • which I have reached. Nevertheless I must point out that what I shall
    • this question is so extraordinarily complicated. Nevertheless it is
    • consisting of 10 and even 12 figures. Suddenly he became restless. He
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    • at all understand the sense, and spirit, and meaning of it all unless
    • In the times of the old clairvoyance these things were more or less
    • that which I had been able to represent more or less theoretically in
    • connected, keep up its special results through the endless working referred
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    • at St. John's Tide. These Imaginations provide material for endless
    • be formed unless we consider also the determining, directing
    • no less significant for the whole development of the world and of man
    • fruiting of the earth-forces — all this is no less significant and
    • outer world. But it would be comfortless for man if he could experience
    • strength and initiative; a festival for the commemoration of selfless
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    • at St. John's Tide. These Imaginations provide material for endless
    • the flea that it belonged to a collar-bone, still less that it was
    • light through it — though the light is less relevant to our
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    • at St. John's Tide. These Imaginations provide material for endless
    • more or less absent, with the upper part transformed. The body would
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    • at St. John's Tide. These Imaginations provide material for endless
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    • at St. John's Tide. These Imaginations provide material for endless
    • on wings that winnow sweet blessing
    • pair of stones suspended inside him.” That is more or less how
    • none the less shining beauty of the crystallisation process
    • it and giving it his blessing. And we shall form a true picture of
    • his gesture of blessing. So during summer we have the working
    • on wings that winnow sweet blessing
    • In physical life, one person forgets more readily, or less readily,
    • on wings that winnow sweet blessing
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    • means very far distant, when countless human hearts turned to
    • these ideas and who nevertheless accepted the Christ Impulse
    • now, is nevertheless correct. To this deeper observation, a
    • Christianity — which nevertheless lies in Darwinism
    • foodstuffs and who are none the less well and properly
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    • revealed to the eyes of the soul. Nevertheless for
    • modern science. Nevertheless I feel compelled to put into
    • sincerity that such things are impossible. Nevertheless
    • doubt it would cost me less effort if, as in the case of many
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    • lived less as pictures and more — if I may put it so
    • many meaningless passages in this book there is also the
    • undeserved suffering, the suffering of guiltlessness! The Fifth
    • astonished that countless people have read this book without
    • before the Cross, mocking the powerlessness of the God who had
    • powerlessness in order to bring forth the Impulse we know
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    • voice of inspiration — a voice feebler and less
    • ancient Prophets. Nevertheless this voice represented something
    • to proclaim the truth of his doctrine. But nevertheless those
    • people crying: The priests have forsaken us, the blessings of
    • blessing of the god might come upon them. While this was
    • comprehensible none the less, was that an Essene might use the
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    • the case on a lesser scale, a certain inner sadness had
    • have for mankind? All this is, in reality, meaningless. If
    • believed had been bestowed upon me is valueless for the world
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • ears to hear. It is useless and meaningless to speak of these
    • revelation is worthless on the earth as it is now. With strange
    • saying about the worthlessness of what she held most sacred.
    • they themselves may live in blessedness. These words
    • senses. He was given up as hopeless. And indeed for days he
    • nevertheless still among them. He either went about with them
    • Nevertheless a great multitude now accompanied Christ Jesus as
    • the Spirit, be mindful of the Spirit ... and so on, in endless
    • countless dissertations of scientific monism to-day. All this
    • nevertheless we will remain together and feel together what we
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    • comes to man of its own accord; still less can it in the ordinary
    • what we have experienced has not been worthless for the life of our souls.
    • been worthless for us if we pass through decades and still judge
    • understood by more or less perfect organs. Take on the one hand our
    • into something more self-enclosed, and others which are less perfect.
    • cleverness. The more we acquire wisdom, the less we depend upon our
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • the divine. In practice Injustice is equivalent to the godless;
    • incarnations. We provide all the more forces for these, the less we
    • practise wisdom and justice without becoming selfless, as has been
    • Lucifer. Egoism is of itself transformed into selflessness when it is
    • forces within the earthly forces. Countless legends describe this. The
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    • exists in countless numbers of people today an awareness
    • disgruntled and downcast — useless to ourselves and
    • useless to our fellow-men. I do not say — and the
    • lead to doubt; but it can easily do so, unless science is
    • nevertheless brought by their education to the kind of thinking
    • nevertheless find no real contradiction. And secondly, I
    • space. For vital thinking, space is no longer an aimless
    • submitting more or less passively, as children to heredity,
    • mathematics. And yet, when we apply these to lifeless natural
    • perceive merely externals, unless we look through all this to
    • before us. In the same way, unless we travel the ways of the
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    • by a sense of the powerlessness of his mental life in face of
    • assaulted from within by this sensation of powerlessness, and
    • experience, if I may so put it, is a sense of the powerlessness
    • are thus faced with problems both by the powerlessness of our
    • Psychology itself, moreover, is conscious of this powerlessness
    • powerless, and cannot locate anything that would really be
    • the psychologist experiences his sense of the powerlessness of
    • powerlessness of the mind as it is perceived by ordinary
    • ordinary consciousness is powerless — but has sought to
    • consciousness are more or less sleeping or, let us say, latent
    • no less majestic than does the cosmos when we see it with our
    • sum of chance occurrences; to regard it, too, as more or less
    • psychology is present today in countless souls. It therefore
    • countless people, though they are not ordinarily aware of it;
    • countless people — of all those who are serious about
    • I have adumbrated does hold something of what countless souls
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    • with the spirit of the age in which they live, is more or less
    • there remain countless facts in history which are not
    • resemble a surface on which countless forces impinge from
    • For this reason, the study of history will doubtless have to
    • forces are in a state of more or less unstable equilibrium. The
    • does with a lifeless one. We thus arrive (and as I have
    • approximation to a super-sensible man — unless we
    • creation, and unless from a qualitative mathematics we
    • less in the pre-Socratic philosophers, unless he is aware of
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    • shifting, fluctuating, less closely and less sharply linked to
    • extended over all the earth, would be an unmixed blessing for
    • developed, certainly with no less justification, but in a
    • countless discoveries. We look at the human brain and the
    • assume the most formidable dimensions unless it can be set on
    • to conform to mirror-images, which in themselves are powerless,
    • the Redeemer, the human body on it. In the West, countless men
    • look at this body, at the image of it; just as countless men,
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    • more or less philistine objection that there is something
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • become entirely valueless on that account. For the truth in
    • more or less abstract form suffers from a marked semblance
    • less within the physical realm; but when we apprehend it and
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    • but are less well suited to arousing in man the social
    • intellectual — the power of reason, of a more or less
    • only into inorganic, lifeless nature, but also into the forms
    • There are countless definitions of capitalism, often
    • for. Not only this, but endless trivialities are piled up in an
    • strongly the force of the countless letters sent to me,
    • already more or less recognized. And already it is being
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    • centralized and more or less autocratic system. If we were then
    • expressing themselves more or less by chance — and
    • earth, and that ultimately no man should give orders unless he
    • or less taken over from the Ancient East; what the Greeks
    • less formal human groupings or in those that arise from
    • West, which in turn has adopted, to a greater or a lesser
    • life, though he is less successful in separating it from what
    • the legal element subsequently became more or less distinct,
    • thought is less applicable than it is to any other branch of
    • Nevertheless, those who see these things in a vital manner know
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    • hopelessness.
    • of the most extreme expressions of this hopelessness came from
    • bogged down in mere hopelessness; we must rather be on the
    • ultimate intention of Oriental self-less civilization, of that
    • articles of faith, still less the dogmas, that occupied the
    • faintness and breathlessness. We can say, therefore: Aristotle
    • they none the less strove to incorporate into their own
    • — became the great social question round which countless
    • less common at first, gradually evolved. I would say: division
    • exhausting, is really worthless. Consider how our
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    • any rate, rather less so.
    • There are, of course, self-deceivers, on a greater or lesser
    • less. The fact is that mankind can prosper socially in all
    • the masses. People long, more or less unconsciously, for
    • morning till night, unless it be so presented to them that they
    • hopes for society. We cannot have them at all unless we realize
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    • among the writings that have attempted, in a more or less
    • shrewd, can be of no significance unless men accept it —
    • unless it is something towards which they are themselves
    • for the employment of labour rose steadily. But it was less
    • less to the content of Fichte's thought than to his noble
    • countless people, including the masses, a problem that they had
    • powerlessness to reach a concept or feeling of law from within
    • the boundless nature of the world. In real life, it should
    • from specific concrete activities, as the bloodless ideas of a
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • must nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • few blood and nerve imaginations. But this is not what leads us to selfless
    • to co-operate, not with true selflessness, but to undertake preferably
    • within such societies. Nevertheless a certain bitter feeling is evoked
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    • nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • and nerve Imaginations. But this is not what leads us to selfless
    • selflessness, but to undertake preferably that which kindles the
    • within such societies. Nevertheless a certain bitter feeling is
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    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • regardless as to how he experiences it there, he himself
    • time, but as absolute timeless dogmas.
    • decidedly what I am now going to say, unless we had to admit
    • Cosmos unless on« can go heck to the Riddle of the Old
    • everywhere, but still in countless human beings, Augusts Comte
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    • of the community will be the greater, the less the individual claims for
    • the less the individual claims for himself the proceeds of the
    • social order. One who wants to say, more or less precisely, how
    • remain half- baked unless the human being approaches the matter
    • forces in mankind that are not powerless regarding
    • are useless when one is facing reality. Such things reveal
    • shows itself in its uselessness.
    • of less than 900 marks pays no taxes. One can very easily check
    • how many people in Prussia have an income of less than 800 or
    • percent of the total population have less than 3,000 marks
    • must know that every activity is a cause of endless effects and
    • deepens them in the theosophical sense, gain endlessly
    • and intimate forces, then healing and blessing can soon come
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    • there lived in this Greek, more or less consciously, just that
    • conception of the world develop, powerless, however, to create
    • express more or less inartistically. This is particularly
    • reappearing in countless places in the Rococo treatment of
    • was architecture that chiefly suffered under this powerlessness
    • suffer from the Karma of thoughtlessness, that
    • thoughtlessness which is at the same time I brutal, because it
    • of the senseless idea of modern times that spiritual science is
    • senseless idea; for just the simplest souls are aware of those
    • With their countless secrets strange.
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    • He repeatedly emphasizes how unreal and meaningless Fichte's
    • Schopenhauer finds in this something entirely worthless,
    • story, for I cannot talk about it unless we recall the important
    • curious manner; they are restless and fidgety, so that he is afraid
    • prefers, however, to have a visible hand, even if it is useless. If
    • points this out significantly — what is hopeless is to be
    • near to her and embrace her and how happy and blessed they both are.
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    • opinion on them representing, more or less consciously, the point of
    • prominent and significant principle expressed more or less clearly in
    • experiences, that inner blessedness, that unity with things; their
    • in the Will-o'-the-Wisps is a sign of worthlessness, as we are also
    • symbol of worthlessness.
    • or feeling, but which can nevertheless grasp in beautiful forms
    • that he thinks as selflessly and willingly of his observations as of
    • other soul-capacities work upon us as talents, as more or less
    • worthless gold (as spirits of bare sophistry) and the
    • Will-o'-the-Wisps — but by proceeding patiently and selflessly
    • powerless, only his shadow has a certain strength. Now what is
    • powerless in a true sense? Take all the conditions possible to man
    • knowledge unless we are also ready to sacrifice ourselves. Man will
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    • us the different stages of Goethe's growth. It is endlessly
    • for Lessing and Goethe. How did it happen that Goethe connected his
    • blamelessly for the spiritual forces in nature, were branded as
    •  With wings that winnow blessing
    •  Thee, boundless Nature, now make thee, my own.’
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    • The idea, as the now meaningless stage instruction tells us, was that
    • restless, endeavouring to sleep,’ surrounded by spiritual
    •  To shapeless forms in liberated spaces!
    • presented thus. ‘To shapeless forms of liberated
    • Faust has become a selfless man up to a point. He has
    • In that man who is far enough to look selflessly into the
    • supernatural, scarcely guessable things, unless I gave my poetic
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • but which nevertheless is experienced, — according
    • we shall nevertheless require to do it more and more. At that
    • This is only one of countless cases which we meet with in life
    • intact unless the threads of memory are able to reach back
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    • Lemuria, or of the Moon epoch. Nevertheless they were still
    • nevertheless what was then experienced from the Second
    • could then say: I have been graciously blessed by higher
    • pictures, rendering only in more or less symbolic fashion what
    • Cosmos. Reading and writing were nevertheless learned in those
    • compensation for this, however, they met in this godless land
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • substances, enter, — it is none the less a fact
    • enlightenment might be doubtful in some respects. Nevertheless
    • Nevertheless, — and this is the peculiar characteristic
    • soul unless one had at the same time some vision of how human
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • human feeling. For unless one has learned what it means to live
    • Samothracian Mysteries, they had nevertheless a strong affinity
    • undertaken for the mere sake of conquest, still less against
    • Nevertheless, if we conceive the thing not in a narrow but in a
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • Mysteries in Greece, too, but with a much less real perception
    • but phantoms none the less; no longer the Divine Beings, no
    • Hibernia are nevertheless doubly secret and occult, for you
    • experienced formerly during the Gilgamesh time more or less
    • Nevertheless, as long as Greek culture and civilisation lasted,
    • mission of Alexander was founded, more or less unconsciously,
    • Western humanity unless we can see it on this background. For
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • direction. Nevertheless in Greece we always feel a last breath,
    • past, still less an experience in the present of the past;
    • — and many more, whose names are less known. And
    • studied, brought none the less a blessing to the West. For only
    • being in his entirety; nevertheless we have at least still a
    • Paracelsus and countless others had drawn. It was brought back
    • fruitless undertakings are fraught with deep significance for
    • the full, world-historic sense unless we can on the one hand
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • or less degree, and instinctively gifted natures were able
    • certain metals show themselves in greater or less degree. For
    • nevertheless essentially such an object, standing in subjection
    • helpless. Hence the gall-fly lays it in a portion of a plant
    • whilst others are less permeated by these higher members. In
    • human being in a way that accords with the facts, unless we go
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • Divine-Spiritual Beings can never be jealous. Nevertheless in
    • outer physical eye of man could find them. None the less there
    • did indeed exist, albeit the access to them was no less
    • astral bodies of the dead. Nevertheless the Earth with
    • appeared no less than marvellous in their eyes. An intimation
    • It went on none the less, and was an instruction that took deep
    • pain does not grow less when one beholds in the light of
    • event into blessing. The pain cannot thereby be made less, but
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • the others in respect of content but which nevertheless
    • the threshold. And in numberless cases one then hears the voice
    • come into being in the future, for the blessing of mankind,
    • which we will dedicate ourselves in selfless cultivation of the
    • the Rhythms of the Worlds, blessing the Soul.
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    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • means to be denied, they are nevertheless connected with what
    • numberless others that spring up. For one will soon feel how
    • man which is more or less independent of the body. This is our
    • nevertheless, there is something peculiar here. Among our
    • the method, but from the results. Nevertheless, we experience
    • less, and the farther we go the quieter it becomes. If we
    • spending it; we have less and less and finally nothing at all.
    • into debt; then we have less than nothing. We know from
    • mathematics that one can have less than nothing.
    • zero. This can even become less; it can become more silent than
    • to place it there. But it must be done nevertheless. And anyone
    • structure of the lifeless world. With just such inner rigor do
    • the lifeless through mathematics, we come to an understanding
    • mathematics in order to apply it to the lifeless things
    • you. We come to know that the lifeless world has a different
    • need only meet the more or less well-given descriptions of it
    • accepted! It has nevertheless upset all concepts previously
    • who lives in this way in the spirit feels no less the pain
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    • are now contacting is not possible unless one looks more
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • or the other demon, more or less Divine Spiritual Beings,
    • unless he had ideals, unless he could cling to something else than
    • Nature. Nevertheless the extraordinary fact is before us,
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    • in the physical world unless we can connect it with the
    • Nevertheless,
    • with the lesser oscillations of our own life, within the
    • unless a deepening comes about in the world through spiritual
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    • less will humanity be able to live, without their soul-life
    • memories, therefore they seem inwardly to be very colourless,
    • these experiences disappear, and their colourless, shadowy
    • matter for slow, selfless development. It must be especially
    • selflessly — into spiritual science.
    • this to yourselves: Suppose you lie down after a more or less
    • unless we are demented — that we are Master of our
    • less and less an unprejudiced, impartial, knowledge and
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    • understand unless we know that what has just been said was an
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • works selflessly at his higher development, so that the world
    • misused. It is not altogether selfless when someone says:
    • useless to the world, he withdraws his force from it. We must
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • Leipzig simply to idle away his time but, nevertheless, he was
    • To be sure, Lessing's
    • which was so dear to his father but less so to him, would be
    • entity, the simplest lifeless thing, through the plant world to
    • endless illness” dragged along their weary way. Even in later
    • nevertheless, touched in a certain way by what we recognize as
    • need only allow the more or less fragmentary dramatic creations
    • persons who are, in greater or lesser degree, merely the
    • isolated pedestal, he was nevertheless touched by everything
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    • the age. Lessing, indeed, is the typical spirit who wished to
    • nevertheless, something quite similar in them — not to mention
    • other less important contemporaries. Consider, for example, how
    • we look at Schiller, at Herder and Lessing, we shall say that
    • unless we take into consideration such events in the course of
    • nevertheless a systematic spiritual world conception, and he
    • near to suicide. He had to be rejuvenated. A lesser individual
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    • or less withdrawn from the ego and astral body when we are
    • relationships are lessened during the waking life of day. They
    • or lesser degree, we live during sleep, as regards our ego, in
    • But it is not because of this a less significantly vivid life.
    • wisdoms are really far less important to serious observers of
    • concealed than in Goethe's time, but it nevertheless is
    • it nonetheless. He really passes through it. Here we touch the
    • concealed mysteriously in his Faust. Countless persons
    • he experienced a tremendous, more or less subconscious,
    • piano lessons,
    • however, is just what happens to a greater or lesser degree in
    • always fall into a deep, dreamless sleep. It is seldom that
    • creations of other men as dream to dreamless sleep.
    • still. It seems trivial to say this, but it is nevertheless a
    • Therefore, they often care much less for something that is a
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture IV
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    • festival was not more or less an external holiday for most
    • science will be less and less exposed, you see, to the danger
    • of men. All of human life will deteriorate unless understanding
    • and they will become less so the farther we advance into the
    • Nevertheless, they will still be created, and it is important
    • human ties; people would become less able to understand one
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    • the bottom of the soul's life is really some sort of soulless
    • part of the soul. Nonetheless, the most perverted findings must
    • investigations, they burrow aimlessly in the fields assigned
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    • he is a little too brilliant; one might say, a bit careless.
    • entered. You can imagine the situation, but he nevertheless
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    • a new birth play in lesser degree. During this period the
    • even disorder, but nevertheless something that is to be
    • — a comprehensive, approximate expression, but nevertheless
    • which is still only a goal since it has come less clearly to
    • each other and, unless we realize the significance of this for
    • less agreed that unless an unexpected upswing should take place
    • intelligent. They are less easily observed when somewhat more
    • practice of occultism was considered harmless to the so-called
    • claim to secret sources. Nevertheless, they further intensify
    • this with a certain disparaging expression) will have a less
    • and less important role.” It may be said that this personality
    • order to call Goethe, Schiller, and Lessing spirits of mediocre
    • mediocrity of Goethe, Schiller, and Lessing that the important
    • Hung Ming thinks, to replace their worthless Magna Carta of freedom
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VIII
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    • many private lessons so that he had an excellent income. He
    • drive himself so hard. He had to give many private lessons,
    • He was, therefore, quite clever but somewhat less lovable.
    • to your Grace, render you endless thanks, and consider it my
    • lessons. Moreover, I would not willingly do such work in
    • that are, perhaps, of far less significant value have a great
    • private students and through my earnings from private lessons,
    • lessons. I have a far greater longing for more free time than
    • present in this family in the most eminent sense. Nevertheless,
    • lustral water is available and carrying out more or less
    • ancestors, which he denied, but which was nonetheless in his
    • and, as a result, heartlessness and lust for crime.
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    • boundless pride that they are speaking of God, whereas they are
    • consider this, we are standing more or less within the realm of
    • performed more or less consciously, leads also more or less
    • there may be a confusion of entire peoples; nevertheless, it
    • he has said has been more or less worthless. To these very
    • less divine.
    • unless we first learn to view things concretely. Someone
    • it the letter i. Consider how much less this dot contains than
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    • less significant, but highly regarded, ancestor. That is to
    • have remained at a more or less early stage of evolution. What
    • the earth would have remained purposeless. The bodies of human
    • long time on earth. Nevertheless, we must begin again to take
    • not defend Bahr's play but it can nevertheless direct us to
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    • less self-evident. It was particularly natural for him to
    • undoing of mankind can be observed today in countless places.
    • Nevertheless this glowing sphere of the Sun will not exist
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    • from the standpoint of spiritual science. Nevertheless, we
    • remains more or less united. So that one can well draw this
    • remains you see more or less connected with the body, and
    • remains more or less subconscious, is in reality a dream
    • man is able to draw it up through ceaseless activity in the
    • of consciousness have become more less veiled since the
    • equals its fruitlessness. But this also arises from the
    • untenable, is indeed nonsense, nevertheless, as we have often
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    • accurately — there is less than nothing there. It is not
    • only empty space for there is less than nothing there. And
    • they are told that less than nothing is there. The man of the
    • nature, that it is more — or it is less, however we can
    • empty space is less than just emptiness you will no longer
    • away what you possess and have nothing. But we can have less
    • less than nothing. If we pass from fullness of space to its
    • or fullness and not what is less than emptiness. For because
    • is less than emptiness, this world outlook is more or less
    • holes, or one could just say as well less than holes, what
    • asleep this moves more or less out of the body, as it was
    • powerless to answer the question.
    • not be found unless we turn to the theory of metamorphosis.
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    • is on the whole certainly much less trouble to construct
    • nevertheless, proceed absolutely and entirely from the will
    • nevertheless, where an isolated undertaking of this kind is
    • gains ground, under which unnecessary work more or less
    • the present crisis, it is one which is more or less a final
    • nevertheless of the opinion, that with themselves at
    • is something thinner and less substantial than the physical
    • An abstract, lifeless unity bears no fruits, and destroys
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    • carried on, unless one is prepared to base anything one may
    • were therefore obliged to fall back upon more or less
    • as possible. Unless we have a sufficiently large number
    • the endless screw, of adjusting the rate of wages to suit the
    • library off-hand; and it would be only less read than The
    • of people have, nevertheless, not the faintest notion. But in
    • would have been, that we should have succeeded, regardless of
    • the sleepiness of our fellow-humanity has grown any less of
    • or less everything that you are aiming at is to be found in
    • lecture yesterday — nevertheless still follow the
    • have the senselessness of the intellectuals to contend with,
    • age of man, less given to sleep. And these small Few it was,
    • Unless we leave off pluming ourselves on anything we have
    • Syndicalism takes up, in a way, a less slavish position
    • that, more or less from the first third of the nineteenth
    • substanceless abstraction is, that flies away to its airy
    • to be totally incompetent, in fact a hopelessly impossible
    • so badly, yet, nevertheless again and again we must affirm,
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    • ordinary everyday soul life is more or less similar to the case
    • for spiritual investigation. Nothing must enter our soul unless
    • spiritual world is only a lot of meaningless words, is quite
    • cannot be attained by empty phrases or meaningless mystical
    • I have given here, I would nevertheless like to mention in
    • may well seem odd to you, but it is nevertheless true, that it
    • but is nevertheless carried out by us. It is characterized by
    • selfless self-knowledge, are normally fraught with prejudices.
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    • form a more or less united family in which there could be all
    • his words in the spirit in which it lives in him. Nevertheless,
    • which one is merely possessed, where one is more or less an
    • is really only more or less a mediator for what is at work.
    • Lamprecht says about subjectivism and the type is of lesser
    • less the same way in the 7th or 8th century B.C., how this
    • superstition is taught by countless psychologists. This is
    • that time people still remained more or less participants in
    • Lessing managed some wonderful things, but then he grew old and
    • as did Lessing. Lessing achieved something immense. He
    • just as Karl Lamprecht had. Lessing had a feeling for even more
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    • brain, as is more or less believed by the materialistic form of
    • produce thoughts. The impression we get is more or less of our
    • of course be stupid. But we can nevertheless compare a dead
    • during the course of time. Nevertheless, the observers of the
    • we are powerless in our souls to take our
    • or less parallel to the first, and which prevents us from
    • ordinary lives or we would become quite useless or even worse,
    • unconscious state he is nevertheless within the being of his
    • nevertheless our consciousness has not disappeared.
    • is more or less in the same position as a person who demands of
    • nevertheless like to describe it as exactly as possible. It
    • could feel it, makes us powerless, but that now it ceases to be
    • against this, but it is nevertheless essentially apt. In the
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    • Anthroposophy is nothing but a more or less fantastic attempt
    • We know that in ordinary life these thoughts have a lesser
    • memories living in the soul more or less unconsciously is not
    • one will not fall into illusions, and even less into visions or
    • its own bodily nature but takes a selfless part in our whole
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    • soul, an uncertainty and powerlessness, an inability to find
    • differently about such matters today, nevertheless what I have
    • that one could investigate the tiniest lifeless beings,
    • is no less toilsome than work in the laboratory or observatory,
    • consciousness as it is in the deepest, dreamless sleep. The ego
    • is hardly noticeable, but nevertheless he goes through all the
    • amount of meditative work which is certainly not less than work
    • simply have this peaceful expectancy, this purely selfless
    • body, a soul body, it is nevertheless a truth — but a
    • written the work! This was a lesson that could not have been
    • knowledge. It is a lesson from which we can still learn today,
    • liking. Such lessons, it is true, are soon forgotten, and the
    • this. Nevertheless it is true that a real, concretely spiritual
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    • the very greatest delight in their Eurhythmy lessons. I say
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    • necessities, unless they can rise in their own evolution to
    • territories; but they are nevertheless dependent in a certain
    • their territories and unless they can again acquire a
    • unless the impulses of Spiritual Science are spread abroad in
    • very seriously, that unless a Spiritual Scientific impulse
    • uttered unless there stood behind them the ancient primeval
    • these Aesthetic letters could have been written unless Goethe
    • certain brute force works within his own sphere regardless of
    • ruthlessly characterises these things. I am shortly
    • things are read, but they are read carelessly; and people do
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    • less connection, with that which shines down to us from the
    • certain circumstances, in our next incarnation,unless we can
    • their souls, who want more ar less to dream through life,
    • Luciferic, through Geology he would become Ahrimanic, unless
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    • meaningless beyond reason is the prevailing tendency of our
    • what might be less rigid: a certain subject should be learnt
    • transition is abrupt and it has to be achieved. Unless he
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    • the West. We owe our materialism to the Churches. And unless
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    • facts — facts which are nevertheless substantiated by
    • imaginable — the rules are almost as worthless for
    • teaching as a well-written book on aesthetics is worthless to
    • bless and that the blessing of an old man has a
    • known in our days that if one is to be able to bless rightly
    • hands (in prayer or veneration) For the power to bless in old
    • blessing and the folding of the hands in prayer as grey hair
    • the opposite of thinking which imagines that once a blessed
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    • is, nevertheless, reality. Let us realise once for
    • difficult and much less sensational than visiting the School
    • less because it shines from the bodies of men? You will begin
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    • lifeless allegories but as if it would itself take on life in
    • more or less represent two different types. On the one hand
    • secret of all life that there is ceaseless extermination of
    • though more or less unconsciously. But in former times it
    • lightning — still less to paint the air!
    • is particularly the case with blue. It is less so with yellow
    • feeling of the vastness, the endlessness, of all that has
    • penetrating these secrets and more or, less unconsciously
    • artists it can indeed be said that more or less consciously
    • a man of a sound nature, this always develops more or less
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    • spiritual world with knowledge. Nevertheless, many people
    • nevertheless attempts to form something by means of
    • experience which is in the spiritual world, formless. To
    • in the life of the soul; he permeates what is colourless with
    • into what would otherwise be colourless and formless. When
    • none the less it is a fact; the seer feels this application
    • that chatter is an abuse: “All careless chatter has, at
    • gives form to the spoken word by greater or less emphasis, by
    • nevertheless. Clairvoyant consciousness penetrates to this
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    • of his inner development. But even the Greeks applied less of their
    • of wheat, and these again others. But numberless grains of wheat are
    • I were to tell you what is really signified by the decay of the numberless
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    • of every human soul, on the boundless love that springs from this belief,
    • of every human soul, on the boundless love that springs from this belief,
    • understand unless we know that what has just been said was an
    • merely as such, even one's own life one ought to value less
    • works selflessly at his higher development, so that the world
    • misused. It is not altogether selfless when someone says:
    • useless to the world, he withdraws his force from it. We must
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    • nevertheless a certain sort of thinking; and when we
    • primitive times, nevertheless we may consider important
    • carelessness and lack of interest with which the animal
    • described had happened, nevertheless at the time of the Mystery
    • realize it in considering present-day conditions. Less is
    • way it was possessed by ancient humanity, unless nature lends
    • meaning, unless a meaning is first inserted into it. The
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    • speak of this soul sphere, we may say nevertheless that however
    • descend into bodies of flesh. It is nevertheless possible for
    • blessing and advancement of mankind. Therefore, as we
    • numberless copies of the original to be formed; and these many
    • numberless copies of Shem's etheric body were formed, his
    • conscious ego, but are nevertheless compelled to have the
    • heightened. Something of these limitless depths was felt in
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    • until he has less than nothing.
    • respect to zero, which is less than zero. Regarding the
    • have developed an entirely selfless higher love as a power of
    • inward, are more or less dream perceptions. This remains so
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    • religion, Christianity. Christianity is capable of endless
    • attitude, it was a blessing. At that time it was justified
    • we know that no one can be strong and capable unless a
    • up the establishment, and is ruthlessly introducing new laws
    • opinion is powerless. What must come about is proper
    • unless it is built upon the foundation of religious wisdom.
    • success unless there is also a change of heart. A spiritual
    • produce from lifeless matter something with the semblance of
    • the effect that, unless natural science is able to arrive at
    • meaningless words that appeals only to people with an
    • authorities, they find nothing but powerlessness and
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    • passage, but it all amounts more or less to what is said by a
    • understood unless one understands the mysterious effect when
    • strength and relieves a person of what is useless. It is
    • surrounding lifeless mineral world. In addition, they have a
    • in lifting it out of lifelessness, weaves it into the fabric
    • lifeless. Natural science attempts to do that by imagining
    • principle, built up out of external lifeless substances, that
    • formless substances come together in the human body, that the
    • world from its reflection within the self. Unless this stage
    • perception is nevertheless clearer than that of ordinary
    • everything cannot be forced upon a people. It is useless to
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    • makes it differ from lifeless albumen; it begins to
    • life; the latter seemingly arises out of lifeless matter of
    • such complexity that unless seized by life it disintegrates.
    • destroyed. Substance disintegrates unless held together by
    • forces of life. Life dissolves unless a new principle, that
    • can only arise from the inner destruction of life. Unless a
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    • selfless purposes. During the last decades the elementary
    • not only selfless love for the surrounding world, but also
    • science that serves egoism. That is why selflessness in
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    • meaningless. For example: “Fly beetle fly, your father
    • descriptions of heroes are a true blessing.
    • dull and lifeless. What is taught in a lively interesting
    • he forms out of the lifeless. Our materialistic age
    • extinguishes life through mass-produced lifeless objects.
    • do meaningless things like, for example, braiding. Talents
    • can be traced back to the nursery. Inartistic lifeless toys
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    • blessing. What is important is not pedagogical methods and
    • makes different demands, it is useless to lay down general
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    • is quite useless to attempt a cure by means of abstract
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    • cosmos. Nevertheless, the higher forces it bestows often are
    • meaningless suppositions was pointless. The most significant
    • numberless plants can be derived which do not as yet exist,
    • eyes are active transforming light. Unless the soul creates
    • sleeplessness. A lady, a patient in a sanatorium, took such a
    • which love for all things grows. To preach love is useless.
    • Unless love and
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    • yet, even less the astral body; they are still surrounded by
    • precepts. Preaching moral axioms has far less effect than
    • arbitrarily; I may do irrevocable harm unless I pay heed to
    • far as the astral body is concerned. Unless the astral body
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    • as senseless to seek that path as it would be to first walk
    • unless all inclination towards fantasy and illusion is
    • but not much can be learned, unless one is knowledgeable
    • and anatomy as yet know nothing, but which is nevertheless
    • Genuine self¬knowledge is neither reached by aimless
    • world.” Such phrases are simply valueless compared with
    • (Gottseligkeit), the blessed repose within all
    • Unless one can
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    • of the laws, however, it nevertheless grows and develops.
    • selfless devotion. He insisted that art had once existed in
    • and had selflessly created combined artistic works. Wagner
    • concrete reality. In that ancient time a natural selflessness
    • communities, a selflessness that had to be left behind so
    • caring relationships. Selflessness would have to be
    • distant ideal the existence of selflessness within the arts.
    • hearts the selflessness that must form the Basis for a future
    • fraternity. He was a missionary of social selflessness in the
    • of selflessness that brings about harmony among people.
    • of art in which music and poetry worked together selflessly.
    • selfless love within the confines of a tribe. Human
    • of the former dull consciousness was a certain selflessness,
    • selflessness and love. This selfless, love-filled wisdom
    • selflessness. All this is intimated in the world of sagas
    • individuality developed. The evolution from selflessness to
    • Blessed Longing.
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    • have discovered what can be accepted as more or less genuine.
    • "Blessed are those who are beggars of the spirit, for within
    • himself blessed. In the spiritual scientific sense the
    • saying: “Blessed are those who are beggars of the
    • names are bestowed more or less haphazardly. We do not feel
    • “Blessed are those who are beggars of the Spirit, for within
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    • nevertheless one can well sense how diverse the tasks are which the
    • will understand me. These words are spoken less for their content
    • practical work continued no less intensively despite the external
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    • lived a lesser manifestation of what he experienced as spirit in utter
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    • human evolution, unless we bear in mind the development
    • were unable to do so, we should be helpless in the present-day
    • have to admit that man was more or less what he is to-day, with
    • it would have been meaningless to say, for instance, that human
    • thoughts. Nevertheless he cannot form them out of the blue, and
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    • animals and less developed than present-day man. These
    • Come, ye blessed of my Father, inherit the kingdom prepared for
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    • through our senses. Let us now look upon the so-called lifeless
    • lifeless substances appear devoid of life. But in every
    • lifeless object we can see a soul-element, a spiritual
    • pertaining to our so-called lifeless, an-organic, purely
    • which the Lesser Gods pursue the mysteries connected with the
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    • water. Nevertheless, he has firm parts in himself. These solid parts
    • Numberless cases of illnesses
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    • it is altogether senseless to define or to consider the whole matter.
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    • think today, is nevertheless true. Only we must understand matters in
    • a somewhat different type at that time, but one can nevertheless speak
    • people--mostly spent all their life at the same place. Nevertheless
    • make us blessed — yet on this dead light's rays has Christ entered
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    • There is hardly anyone who is not more or less intensely
    • studies of the last few years will actually have more or less
    • have been possible unless the feeling for this opposition
    • sensitive construction can be found in countless such folk
    • say, “Unless there is a supersensible world
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    • kind of solution in the lecture intended for Sunday, unless we
    • unless we fully examine why we get lost in blind alleys of
    • cause of countless possible effects. For just imagine how
    • have the worst possible effects; it might have countless bad
    • quite regardless of the results, especially those in the
    • thankless labor. ... The wretched Faust speaks an
    • The countless midnights of toil and ache,
    • Lessing's Marinelli. Therefore, in the name of sound
    • However, I am less concerned about that than about the fact
    • conscious that they are at work in us, we must nevertheless
    • He said, “I simply cannot get up! Unless something occurs
    • science unless we realize that we have to consider things both
    • cannot answer that unless we look for the answer on the basis
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    • satisfied and said “You are doubtless a conscientious
    • different teachers the third teacher's pupils made much less
    • Thus it is inevitable that unless we include the sphere of the
    • doubtlessly have become a good mailman. He would have easily
    • learning through observation, not useless criticism.” He
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    • point for endless misunderstandings. We will have to go to the
    • but more or less unconscious of them. In real life it is very
    • expressing itself. And unless this egotism is completely rooted
    • writing a Faust, Lessing had projected one, so
    • Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, 1729–1781,
    • Lessing's projected Faust and a number of other similar
    • Obviously we must not be pedantic; fifty years more or less do
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    • necessity which more or less form a connected whole. Let
    • to it by saying “I.” Nevertheless, it remains
    • will have less belief in moral ideals. Outer dictates will be
    • From the countless material stimuli of the outer world we
    • that although he drew the conclusions, he nevertheless still
    • among a more or less Catholic population “who have their
    • Christ.” You would make them far less angry if you were
    • at a more or less correct understanding of the concepts of
    • dreary grey in grey, and they would become less and less
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    • less exist. Last time I concluded by showing why children
    • eurhythmy; for then through another, less over-worked,
    • return less and lees to picture-conceptions the more the
    • materialist, man will never be able to progress aright unless
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    • things in the more or less abstract way that I have written
    • who are connected with Goethe's creative work: Lessing,
    • more than an animal existence unless an understanding for
    • sense of ego; and by eating less sugar you weaken your sense
    • to men today is the thoughtless chatter of the experience of
    • is gross and materialistic unless something spiritual and the
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    • that should arise in our time is nevertheless extraordinary. This rejection
    • beckons to the white races which seems to me an absolute certainty unless
    • seems to me an absolute certainty unless a period of the supremacy of great
    • less for the near future. For if you take any world outlook materialist
    • differs far less from the handed down creeds of individual religions than
    • which nevertheless
    • certain unless a period of the supreme rule of wisdom succeeds that
    • is doing no less than forcing them not consciously but unconsciously
    • the Threshold, man meets unconsciously unless he wills to do so
    • destiny beckons to the white races unless a period of the supreme dominion
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    • would be less exposed to this temptation. But such power of discrimination
    • has nevertheless the effect—so says the Roman Catholic Church
    • John of the Cross is: ”Priceless are the inner benefits imprinted
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    • still actually more or less dominated by inherited concepts and impulses
    • noticeable; now they appear in his being noticeably, nevertheless there
    • for the fact is that men actually became headless in the fifteenth century—you
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • to have been really of much less use and much more dried up since the
    • and in their headless condition men were still receiving impulses as
    • have less and less will to think. On the one side they want to have
    • day nothing could be gained unless men became active in their pursuit
    • or less lacking in clarity and consciousness, to push oneself upward
    • still present more or less unconsciously in men, however, something
    • the fruitful intervention of Spiritual Science. Doubtless you will admit
    • about the social life in common unless we make conceptions about other
    • Science, he becomes more selfless. Spiritual Science, therefore, is
    • feeling and willing, nevertheless do not bring all the necessary strength
    • really to enter upon selflessness, which indeed must be called upon
    • appeared with a certain shamelessness in the moment of passing over
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    • far less liking today for sound human understanding than people imagine,
    • is an experience made in earlier ages by countless teachers of Spiritual
    • dreamless sleep, then our consciousness is so inconsiderable that we
    • will be experienced in the spiritual world; nevertheless it is clear
    • spheres of world existence unless it is recognised that insight into
    • with their hate and there arise countless misunderstandings.
    • direction also. There is carelessness in judging what a man does when
    • then indeed the right judgment will be arrived at. It is less trouble
    • Attention must be paid to this unless attention is focused on this no
    • that the real life of spirit is all around, whereas because it is less
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    • like to clear away—the Christ was put to death. The most guiltless
    • human guilt was necessary for the greatest blessing to enter the evolution
    • paganism, more or less hidden—all paganism starts out with the
    • always there as a more or less unconscious basis: he feels that even
    • expressed in a more or less masked way, the reality clothing itself
    • world-outlooks all more or less based on atavistic clairvoyance, outlooks
    • more or less grasped. The essential for Christianity is that this happened,
    • or less as an idealised man, as an idealised man raised to the level
    • was received in lofty spirituality, nevertheless in the south received
    • far less mature than the hearts of the southern peoples, and the Christ
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    • with her in her intimate circle, and also those less intimately connected
    • into a knowledge that is nevertheless necessary for man's good, for
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. But he must give himself a shake for nevertheless
    • another way, in reality far less than the Italian or French way. But
    • shaping of what is nevertheless important as a leaven for the evolution
    • nevertheless also be a grave from which something will rise again. I
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    • that. What it involves is less of a theoretic world created in
    • one moment either light or less luminous, less radiant or
    • endlessly larger. Just to mention aside, the astral plane has
    • created through nothing less than with a clairvoyant conscious
    • through this abyss and live in a soundless world. However it is
    • its presence from outside, where soundlessness begins to cease,
    • partly a horrific toneless experience on the astral plane. The
    • human being has no idea what it means to live in an endless
    • toneless place where no sound exists but also shows that there
    • out of this endless spread out realm. The possibility arises
    • nor peace will the soul have; anxiety and restlessness shoves
    • Devachan spoils you with blessedness. Indeed this is the case,
    • devachanic plane, blessedness and self-sacrifice. It is
    • create these while experiencing a feeling of blessedness,
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    • aside some more or less pedantic tendencies and through the
    • to one or other individual, that these are useless in relation
    • This is depicted vividly and with endless humour in the Emperor
    • “Faust” has become no lesser work of art. It is
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    • between these members — the wakeful and dreamless
    • astral body is lifted during dreamless sleep out of the
    • life of complexity and restlessness. It is necessary to
    • more, then you deepen yourself selflessly in the greater
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    • of a living organism. No one will understand what I mean by this, unless
    • Structural forms are made, more or less modelled on some such organic
    • building. Towards the door, where the weight is less, the arch is wider;
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    • for a shaking-up and not less for a becoming more aware than in ordinary
    • wondered at that these things which are all more or less new are repudiated
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    • has to do much less with single colours at with what the colours have
    • Child, this Figure of the 16th century, below Death, the remainder less
    • in this rough way of colourless pictures things which have really only
    • so terribly heartless in the presence of such impulses as are appearing
    • spiritual striving is to have a practical social result. Is it not heartless
    • social result. It is heartlessness. For how terrible it is to think
    • be criticised as relentless opposition to Spiritual Science, whether
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • colourless theory. In the souls of men in the earlier
    • health and blessing:
    • Till I must hear their shameless murderers
    • blessed.”
    • And see! unless mine eyes deceive me queerly,
    • And floats in endless mystery
    • picture — unless he makes a special study of it —
    • sphere of knowledge, unless it be Mathematics, that there
    • towards evil, sometimes towards the lesser evil; but by this
    • to a lesser degree.
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    • difficulty of understanding can never be overcome unless we
    • he set his relics to work, pronounced the blessing, and so
    • that in Berlin lived Nikolai, a friend of Lessing's. Now this
    • “A last, today 'tis useless. Now
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    • on there was vilified. Kotzebue, a poetaster who nevertheless
    • here. Poets of a lesser degree can accomplish anything;
    • saying that, at last, after endless effort, he had really
    • describes what Faust — more or less under the influence
    • that are powerless to come to any understanding of real-life.
    • shadow concepts. Nothing more unreal and less in conformity
    • endlessly because in high places men of a materialistic
    • Ye artless bairns. Yet I'll not take it evil.
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    • less at the beginning of it, for it began in the year 1413;
    • no less than a change in his state of consciousness, —
    • it rather less gently. It is the connection of the problem of
    • Nevertheless,
    • guiltless.
    • “Nathless, they say, dost thou
    • the spiritless world of material events, which above all must
    • Helena; nevertheless, what ancient Greece — or her
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    • they were the great rebels, who were none the less necessary
    • to do, if it were actionless? Two things must be understood:
    • Freedom. Needless, to say, this does not exhaust the problem
    • Power that rules the Sea, to paralyse or lessen its
    • enthusiastic, needless to say, for Right and Freedom of the
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    • through preference or carelessness.
    • which nevertheless reveal how man, in the weaving of his
    • Nevertheless, man is united with this world, from falling;
    • today in sleep, and no one can penetrate to them unless he
    • sleep to one less deep, and though not quite awake, are on
    • from Homunculus to Homo in a less perilous world.
    • a more or less spiritual fashion, or as I have described it,
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    • sleep-life and the dream-life arising from it. Nevertheless,
    • one-sidedness unless they turn to the investigations of
    • you had done something really tactless — unfitting.
    • the time of the ancient Mysteries, but he knows less than
    • all this has proved useless to Homunculus, he looks upward to
    • countless other human feelings and will-impulses. Diana is
    • supersensible — but never the less as something uncanny.
    • help of this goodness to dominate the helpless humanity who
    • culture, must fearlessly expose himself to the forces of
    • be really read. Man has, however, more or less lost the habit
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    • understanding. nevertheless, it appears to me of quite
    • for a materialistic physical representation, but is useless
    • to others because they were less finely organized. Goethe's
    • without intermixing useless theories unless these build up
    • Spiritual Science was but a premonition, nevertheless his
    • was nevertheless active. And I have often referred before to
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    • Hercules. This meant that he sails out into the limitless,
    • poetical works were not like those of lesser poets; he wrote
    • less degree by man. But even with this understanding he
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    • — as is frequently the case with lesser poets who
    • the whole of his life, Goethe was ceaselessly occupied in
    • today in a primitive, less delicate way, that, to a certain
    • body in Imaginations. Unless the abstract idea of Homunculus
    • with less honesty make a few antiquarian studies, perhaps
    • knowledge never knows as much as the seeker who is less
    • never relaxed, nevertheless, for the honest searcher after
    • nevertheless, even among those who are not clairvoyant, some
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    • to be utterly useless. All that was attempted in these
    • so on. This again is a worthless idea, for it takes no
    • that nevertheless would be no animal but a human abortion;
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    • But in the subconscious these questions are nevertheless
    • usually regarded as though it were gained effortlessly compared
    • sleeping through it in dreamless sleep. The empty time which
    • demands of the progressing civilisation unless it realises:
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    • present line of study, yet nevertheless stands in an inner
    • Here you have the meaningless: “Honour father and mother,
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    • worthless.
    • being callous, painless and insensitive. — We need to
    • and the apparently lifeless world of stones we can come to
    • yes, one may be tempted to admit that an apparently lifeless
    • endlessly profound this becomes with the inauguration of
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    • back, it is true; nevertheless, it reached its apex in the time
    • rather be a man — a man of restless and versatile
    • aimless rhetoric, and distract the attention of his
    • is nevertheless present in the man awake: I allude to the
    • unprejudiced manner. Nevertheless, as true as it is that all
    • before the sleeper in pictures more or less fantastic and
    • nevertheless (and indeed quite comprehensibly so) caught
    • subject is, with such persons, quite fruitless. They must first
    • backwards, arriving by this course at organisms of a less and
    • less complicated kind. Natural science declares: “The
    • perfect living being is a development of these simpler and less
    • ancestor to the level of the ape, again outstripping its less
    • lifeless object, while the materialistic adherent of the theory
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    • ‘I think.’ Doubtless they thought ‘I feel,’
    • Consciousness Soul should evolve, nevertheless it could not
    • Nevertheless, if their idea had become dominant in Europe, only
    • no less so than tables or chairs, trees or rivers) works only
    • none the less, namely the thoughts in the ether in the
    • Countless clever thinkers have accepted this as true: ‘I think,
    • ceases to be when he falls asleep. There is no less fitting
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    • all quite useless, in spite of the preface dealing with the
    • less in detail for many years. I have said more than once that a time
    • catastrophes. One is tempted to use the word ‘senseless’ about it all,
    • form of senselessness. What went on between the years 1914 and 1918
    • improved although it may perhaps be said that the senseless actions of
    • a leading position during this period of senseless action, seemed to
    • words were not spoken from any great depth, but none the less they
    • no word which corresponds, at the other pole, to ‘deathlessness’ or
    • deathlessness and unborn-ness, the true being of man will never
    • The meaning attaching to the word ‘deathlessness’ nowadays is very far
    • attitude is more or less this: If indeed there was a life before
    • selflessness, to the quality that is the very reverse of
    • and social life unless a link is forged with cosmic wisdom. And that
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    • Angels, it is nevertheless there. This connection extends into our
    • state, cannot be understood unless we also turn with the eyes of soul,
    • speaking only of his thoughts, of his more or less abstract thinking.
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    • cultivate through feeling and will — which is nevertheless
    • connected with selflessness in man, whereas human egotism comes
    • face of the manifold variety of the world it is purposeless to keep
    • statements will be more or less correct but will give no true account
    • is less capable of penetrating the secrets of Nature during sleep.
    • are willing to accept the selfless answer, when they not only ask
    • those human beings who do not prepare themselves selflessly for an
    • better to go forward more quietly so that the opposition may be less
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    • Saxony, the birthplace of Lessing. The year is 1769. A house of no
    • must have spoken to the boy more or less to the following effect:
    • the Bible and hymn book, and he was a boy good at his lessons at
    • inattention to all his lessons, which he had till then found so
    • Goethe, Schiller, and in particular also Lessing, were at that
    • of the masters who obtained for him a remarkable book, Lessing's
    • contained the whole substance of Lessing's profession of faith, his
    • blessed with children.
    • way, with a fresh inspiration. Many, doubtless, who heard him then
    • succeeded in getting on good terms with his pupil, but less so with
    • This was for Fichte yet another lesson in his study of human
    • ceaselessly creating and so attaining our own immortality.
    • unless everything were to be turned upside down at Jena, but to
    • blessed with such fruitful influence.
    • point the way towards a meaningless view of the world. The gist of
    • the world, and the world is still waiting for it. Needless to say,
    • intelligence. Only imagine what a blessing it would mean if such a
    • was the last which Fichte sought to evoke. Needless to say, when such
    • atmosphere. A less serious, but no less characteristic incident, was as
    • his existence unless he be willing to embrace this existence in the
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    • retreated into the homes was more or less a last echo of something
    • nevertheless something impossible. Even so, we want to be friends of
    • prose — nevertheless men of today must have a chance to find
    • on, perhaps even balloons may fly across the sky. Nevertheless, in
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    • however, will penetrate to regions that will lead us nonetheless to
    • that account lead us less to what lives in the here and now, but
    • eternal in all existence. It will lead us to the ceaseless search of
    • it sprang. Nevertheless, this lofty song of the Divine struck like a
    • less wild than that into which Homer straightway places us in the
    • true form. That is a world of holiest blessedness, withdrawn from
    • Now I would like to place another picture before you, one not less
    • hundred times less value. This will only be fully grasped when
    • soul of more value, even if less plausible, than the most strictly
    • the old seer Kapila.” Truly Krishna says nothing less than
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    • general are more fleeting, less sharply outlined than the perceptions
    • in such a way. In our careless haste we fail to recognize how, after
    • or less recently, or perhaps even many years ago, has reappeared in
    • powerless with my intellect and understanding.”
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    • to idlers in the market-place of life, useless folk while their
    • Certainly there are those who regard the philosophers as useless
    • soul life is meaningless if life really ends with death; if man has
    • meaningless, unreal, if the whole of existence were included between
    • hopelessness and despair.
    • of our description must remain meaningless for the physical world.
    • a tendency to good, another less. In that realm there are evil beings
    • through which we live in dreamless sleep. Here already an absolute
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    • define man as a featherless biped. While this particular definition
    • suffer from sleeplessness to go to pieces quickly, but they do not
    • Keller, whose intellect can nevertheless be developed. In the present
    • than we generally give him credit for, sleeplessness would in a very
    • in the same laws of growth as the preceding one but that nevertheless
    • waken, for we remain motionless, we cannot move our limbs, we have no
    • how senseless it is to teach children religion. There are many such
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    • no less profoundly expressed. Then it is said, “You see, it is
    • because in countless instances it can be shown that the teachings of
    • adds, “Nevertheless, what entered the world with the revelation
    • it can only be the holy and formless, the super-sensible, that appears
    • many eyes I see Thee, on every side endless in Thy Form. No end, no
    • me in the Heaven’s expanse. Eternal Dharma’s changeless
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    • empty space; we cannot go any farther, there cannot be less than no
    • will find it difficult to imagine this “less than nothing.”
    • is a real “less than nothing.” It is often one of the
    • shillings. In practical life less-than-nothing is often more
    • less than nothing, that there is no such thing. Even more, it is
    • less than nothing. This “nothing” actually is a
    • childhood, whatever the naughtiness, obstinacy and other more or less
    • body but is nevertheless a human soul, having been one in the ancient
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    • shifted to some extent. Nevertheless, it would not have been correct
    • but are cast out into the world like an endlessly, aimlessly
    • enter into Brahma would be a senseless anachronism. It would be like
    • Nevertheless, for our age we have to exert ourselves, to be alive and
    • be found in countless places and in countless ways, but this is a
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    • courage and fearlessness. Certain experiences are common to all
    • certain points of view which may have so far received less attention,
    • but it is none the less true to say that from a certain stage of
    • thoughtless person might leave it lying about, which would be against
    • often been made. It is fearlessness. For we must bear in mind that,
    • achievement of a certain fearlessness. This fearlessness must be won
    • Initiation if his training had not prepared him for fearlessness by
    • this connection I call courage and fearlessness moral qualities.
    • of it is so lessened that the person is not aware of being outside all
    • presence of mind, fearlessness and similar inner qualities. Thereby he
    • confronts us unless we first place our own soul-substance at its
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    • unless one adopts an ostrich policy towards life.
    • Moon whether for fourteen days we have more rain or less. Fechner
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    • thou, thou remainest silent and speechless towards the tormented and
    • expressed her powerlessness to bring forth the Cosmic Word and the
    • the powerless Isis there could not have resounded for him, in the way
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    • legends, and these correspond more or less closely to secrets in which
    • etheric bodies remains lifeless. If nothing else were to happen, if
    • and etheric bodies which they have to abandon as lifeless because the
    • wisdom has less of a local character; for we are living in a time of
    • the course of time will the lifeless elements of human nature be
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    • training. Compassion without wisdom is weak and powerless.
    • of the blood. Man begins to exhale less carbon; he retains a certain
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    • fear. When he has become fearless, he sees, in dream, the scene of the
    • impossible of description unless it be within the walls of the
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    • “It is useless to attempt to express the nature of a thing
    • unto you, unless ye become as little children, ye cannot enter into
    • process of separation is less distressing than in the case of suicide.
    • vivisection will be abandoned as worthless.
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    • body, having greater quiet and less to do, partially detaches itself
    • consciousness. Deep, dreamless sleep — the sleep that follows the
    • dream life and dreamless sleep.
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    • is faced with a boundless field of activity and a vista of infinity.
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    • more or less equal in size. A certain centre in the etheric brain
    • South of Asia and the North of Australia are, nevertheless, evidences
    • endless philosophical discussions on the objective nature and reality
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    • passes through other conditions of consciousness. During dreamless
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    • endowed with a consciousness akin to that of dreamless sleep.
    • which is not only that of dreamless sleep but a conscious condition in
    • eruptions became less frequent. And yet they are still produced as a
    • magnetically acts on this layer and disrupts it. Nevertheless, when
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    • who are less ingenious will explain the scriptures less
    • appearance, to a greater or lesser extent, an expression of
    • not altogether a painless procedure when for the first time
    • John means nothing more nor less than what is described in
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    • striving are control of thought, a morally blameless life,
    • considered entirely worthless, and yet one remains inwardly
    • creature can see the sunlight unless its eyes are opened so
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    • is as senseless as if one would not allow the human embryo to
    • lifeless inorganic forces. Man cannot oblige a plant to grow,
    • do so. Far less is he able to master what is higher than life
    • forces. What he is able to control is the lifeless outer
    • intimation of life in the lifeless, even in the most sublime
    • world — to be master only of the lifeless. The higher
    • and learned the lesson which he can only learn in this dense
    • to learn the lesson, that must be kept uninjured. This is the
    • skeleton, the symbol for the lifeless in nature. Through this
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    • later gave rise to potent ideas, the fruits of which are in countless
    • the others received its blessings only. This knowledge was not intended
    • in the less civilised peoples, most clearly of all in savages at the
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    • has true knowledge of the visible world unless he knows something also
    • world only after death, unless as initiates we are already aware of
    • It is by no means useless
    • Strange as these facts may seem, they are none the less facts.
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    • into the “kingdom of Heaven”. As Christ says, “Unless
    • hard for everyone. If a man has been less dependent on material pleasures,
    • there is much less. When for example a Francis of Assisi dies, very
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    • the various incarnations, the whole process would of course be senseless,
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    • by lesson-books or verbal teaching, but by means of example and imitation.
    • principles of education; countless details can be deduced from them.
    • and as a source of help for anyone who allows the blessings of redemption
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    • more or less the same character throughout life. We shall see later
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    • a more or less conscious form, came only gradually to be recognised.
    • birds or mammals, but only animals less developed than the fishes. Yet
    • an etheric body unless it possesses cells. A stone has no cells or
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    • body, and still less so the astral; the Ego-body is the least developed
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    • spirit-atmosphere was, like our present atmosphere, a more or less
    • nature around them, and they were self-less. They were complete
    • more or less germinally. Genesis describes this moment and we can take it
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    • of dreamless sleep, sleep without consciousness, when nothing comes
    • It is true that the higher we go in the kingdoms of nature, the less
    • developed. Those who have more or less broken away from the Church and
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    • becomes an illusion unless we look on it as an expression of the Divine.
    • the convolvulus, is a symbol of helplessness; another flower, with its
    • element is brought into breathing. It plays a less important part
    • unless it first appeared at a time when the Ego was at least in course
    • corresponds to the Eastern Samadhi. It is called divine blessedness,
    • it as merely a sort of great lifeless ball, with an interior not very
    • fluid. But it is not easy to understand how such a lifeless ball could
    • a lesson for their next lives: that matter is perishable but spirit
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    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • ductless glands and their hormone secretion, in the adrenal glands,
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    • copy may be more or less exact; even so, it is not heredity; it is a
    • a person becomes, the less material is stripped away from the bones
    • growth process, and because they work much less strongly than the sun
    • or moon, their influence is outwardly much less visible. They had
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    • some of them talk endlessly — one sometimes has the feeling
    • restless, for he would love another fine meal, and he knows that the
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    • understand an illness unless one knows its cause.
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • cannot consist of talk, much less of religious tirades. Spiritual
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    • a condition of non-ego, a sum of processes that are egoless,
    • using those terms, but who nevertheless illustrate what I have been
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    • bottom of it all? These things will simply become worse unless clear
    • less permeated by vision, and will be, more and more. It takes an
    • heart. But nothing will be accomplished unless in contrast to all the
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    • less than that you can say to yourselves: Now that I have my medical
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    • Section. There will be no progress unless this procedure becomes a
    • consciousness to a greater or lesser degree depending on what the
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    • them in endless variety, for instance, in a town. Today the physician
    • becomes “senseless.” Sense impressions in general fade
    • ductless glands and their hormone secretion, in the adrenal glands,
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    • copy may be more or less exact; even so, it is not heredity; it is a
    • a person becomes, the less material is stripped away from the bones
    • growth process, and because they work much less strongly than the sun
    • or moon, their influence is outwardly much less visible. They had
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    • understand an illness unless one knows its cause.
    • into each other. You will find countless places in Raimund's dramas
    • cannot consist of talk, much less of religious tirades. Spiritual
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    • that is, the physical formation. When they are less strong, they do
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    • body during sleep — unless they are brought into balance
    • a condition of non-ego, a sum of processes that are egoless,
    • using those terms, but who nevertheless illustrate what I have been
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    • bottom of it all? These things will simply become worse unless clear
    • less permeated by vision, and will be, more and more. It takes an
    • heart. But nothing will be accomplished unless in contrast to all the
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    • less than that you can say to yourselves: Now that I have my medical
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    • there would be a meaningless existence, and unless the Hebrew sage of
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    • with the opinions of modern science, unless I have first placed
    • their science must necessarily prove so hopelessly amateurish in face
    • days of creation unless we bear these details in mind. If we do so,
    • unless we are conscious all the time that air, water and even warmth
    • understand him at all unless we distinguish between body, soul and
    • Elohim, as if they resembled man. Nevertheless in their case too we
    • unless it be organised by forces emanating from the brain. Our own
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    • unless we can answer such questions. Just as we have to see
    • nevertheless there, the Sun, which I have described as an inweaving
    • in cosmic activity unless the force of darkness is everywhere
    • moon shone upon the earth from without. It amounts to no less than
    • themselves through light. But for lesser activities within the light
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    • maya, illusion”; for it is nevertheless through this
    • who thinks in this way forgets that through countless ages high,
    • display itself, nevertheless throughout earth evolution this element
    • amorphous, the formless, only results from the fact that all
    • different earths and metals, out of the formless matter of the
    • too, and that for him nothing makes sense unless he applies the same
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    • or less spiritual way! Then there would be no distinction between
    • does not extend to external Beings. This is a source of countless
    • manifest lower and rather worthless elements of soul-life. It is best
    • document there is nothing superfluous, nothing meaningless. If only
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    • does correspond more or less to our word “man.” But we must
    • creation, unless we are clear that in reality it is not the physical
    • it really understood itself. But nevertheless if we study the course
    • God ... breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, unless
    • investigation and those in the Bible. Notice nevertheless how in my
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    • thrive less and less by maintaining his connection with it. This is
    • today as it was at that time, but we can nevertheless find something
    • greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the
    • beneficial. Why was it that they had nevertheless to remain along
    • could they have had for them — unless it were one which filled
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    • as more or less coinciding with the beginning of the moon's activity
    • countless biblical commentators have objected to this interpretation
    • commentators have maintained — which is nevertheless the truth.
    • nevertheless understand clearly that, even as late as the early
    • Bible account is in a more or less pictorial form. What do these
    • speaking of these things at all. Nevertheless I think I may say that
    • living without taking this knowledge as a germinal force of blessing
    • around us, conferring blessing, refreshment and health upon our own
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    • complete change took place in a single moment; nevertheless the Event
    • senseless.
    • untruth, often unconscious but no less destructive on that account,
    • the whole cultural life of Europe, unless men bethink themselves in
    • words, they go on uttering them more or less automatically, they make
    • shall never find a way out of our present troubles unless we develop
    • minded man towards the truth, unless we learn to see through things
    • undergone some modification in our day, nevertheless in all essentials
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    • of human beings realise that unless a wave of spiritual revival passes
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    • Needless to say, such civilisations still exist. We speak, and
    • less!
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    • Since this lecture was given wireless broadcasting has been
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    • but nevertheless perceptibly. And under this influence there appeared
    • with which art portrayed the sufferings of the Redeemer. Nevertheless
    • background for the Easter thought. But men became less and less
    • nevertheless into the stream of earthly evolution — that is the
    • its own level, drawn Him down as the helpless Child, and as one
    • deathless.” — In his own eternal being man must unite with
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    • Needless to say, in this short hour I cannot attempt to speak of
    • taken much more as a matter of course; birth and death were far less
    • prevailing to-day. Less is demanded of a man who can grasp what his
    • never in any real sense be acquired unless, as in earlier times,
    • doing the thinking. This, needless to say, is a pathological
    • the Bible, can obviously have no meaning unless meaning is imbued into
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    • world. The pictures were much less distinct and definite, rather as
    • silence; the pictures were hardly less numerous than by day, with this
    • bodies became dimmer, less and less distinct; whereas the images of
    • Nevertheless, in the earliest periods of the Post-Atlantean epoch
    • times, even these vestiges disappeared and it was less and less
    • phase of human existence. Relentlessly the etheric body emerges from
    • restlessness, his neurasthenic condition, his pathological fears,
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    • fountain-head of spiritual existence, glowed with infinite blessing
    • worlds brought blessing to human hearts in times when men were still
    • whereas the other pupils grasped to a greater or lesser extent the
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    • into blessedness. Six hundred years after the Event of Golgotha the
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    • thoughtlessly passed by this third great forewarning to mankind given
    • nevertheless important for his life as a whole.
    • to which we give the more or less abstract name of astral body.
    • were recklessly to abuse their health, thereby using up the forces
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    • centuries before the Christian era to realise what a countless number
    • will be different for the countless hosts of those who, in a
    • countless number of Anthroposophists will then be needed to make these
    • strictly speaking, an endless amount of what is most important to-day
    • But the deepest lesson — the mission of earthly love in its
    • had gained and say: “We have wireless installations —
    • thoughts are cheerless; more-over, since we have had our present means
    • of communication, they have become even more cheerless than when they
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    • less in close connection with those significant and deeply incisive
    • nevertheless the windows into the spiritual world. How clearly and in
    • himself again in his native city, in an asylum for the homeless. Then
    • work upon during the night. Thus as it were, we learn lessons which we
    • for they will only evolve to regularity in the future. Thus, unless
    • is nevertheless necessary for the course of existence as a whole. For
    • things in the physical world, there are nevertheless moments in which
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    • of Lessing, Herder, Schiller, Fichte, Goethe. It is as if there was
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    • human nature, makes a greater or less individual progress in the
    • but they exist nevertheless. When he bent his arm the Greek felt the
    • powerlessness to extract that wisdom out of his own soul. All
    • etheric body, perhaps during many years. That force is nevertheless in
    • anything is regarded as of value unless it is conceived as actually
    • Countless men do not value thought to-day because they cannot lay hold
    • present, there the surrounding world is hidden unless we ourselves
    • and nevertheless not consumed by it, should, in a sense not
    • man died a more or less violent death. He acquires this strong
    • actually, unless one does something oneself, everything is dark and
    • spiritual truths may sometimes seem cruel) it is nevertheless true,
    • regarded from above, lapse into worthless existence. That which is
    • previous incarnation. The earth could not progress unless people
    • unless something occurred to arrest it. This conversion should be
    • regular earth course, come those who die more or less early as
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    • earth, than with one already discarnate; less inner activity is
    • proved, unless it can be shown in the same way as a reality; even in
    • but nevertheless it must be experienced as the truth. For example, if
    • memorials for the dead, have nevertheless, their own days set apart
    • could never see unless something had been created out of the artist's
    • imagination, unless something had been added to physical existence; it
    • nevertheless for the dead it is important to find their image in those
    • most selfless people; perhaps it holds good for them to a higher
    • degree than for those who consider themselves less selfless. First and
    • or less degree within us, besides the self on which our freedom
    • nevertheless subject to a certain law. I expressed this law very
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    • threshold of ordinary consciousness a life takes place which, unless
    • ‘I,’ unless we did retain this memory. Anyone who observes
    • reveal themselves — a ceaseless activity begins. But one must
    • or less undecided, leaving, as it were, the door open, by saying:
    • life; he laid great stress on being correct and blameless in external
    • Markus Freund had already suffered punishment in a lesser degree for
    • though noble, the President was not aware of it, he was nevertheless
    • much scarcer than the sensational minds of the public imagine. Less
    • ‘And while he lay motionless, as in a trance, the above-mentioned
    • but nevertheless he had a feeling that something slipped in. The floor
    • reading during the last few days, at any rate the senseless thought
    • by the spiritual world. Again a question of fear, a powerless terror
    • Thus, outer fear, and dread of a certain powerlessness to resist being
    • his consciousness in its full significance. Nevertheless, in our time
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    • mankind is so proud. Nevertheless with regard to spiritual things the
    • philosophise thus: ‘I know nothing of the men, but their lifeless
    • nevertheless not merely symbolical, but forms part of the reality.
    • a trackless country.
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    • it has less significance. With the invertebrates this system is much
    • selfless undifferentiated gaze of the Earth Spirit, thus forming the
    • dreamless sleep, as this developed on Old Sun. The astral body dreams
    • these words; nevertheless, when they hear this narrative, through
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    • ceaseless activity. In reality this activity is Karma.
    • magicians to allow nobody to have his etheric body worked into unless
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    • is valueless, but that everything has its own inherent value. There is
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    • that one should speak less about what is not, than about what is. When
    • Science throws together all four kinds of ether. Nevertheless it will
    • is transformed into selflessness, into love. Those animals which
    • again achieve this passionless condition, because he has his life on
    • Undifferentiated space would be soundless. Space which is
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    • life there is less danger of this, for western science does not yet
    • Nevertheless on the Moon he was never able to work on the physical
    • process. The physical body, the form, is the most perfected body; less
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    • so important to him. But the lesson people now had to learn was to
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    • nevertheless in the background the Akasha exists as a foundation. The
    • passionless. Whoever therefore reads only in the Astral Light, for him
    • nevertheless connected in a certain way with the most earthly concerns
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    • selflessness in wishes and thoughts. The possibility of development
    • feelings are involved. Nevertheless, this selfless living in physical
    • become selfless. His day-consciousness is however not yet selfless if
    • is not conscious of self and on the Rupa and Arupa Planes still less
    • experience it was nevertheless only a picture that arose within him.
    • on the development of selflessness begins. Everything except pure
    • accustom oneself to live on higher planes just as selflessly as man
    • The objects of the physical plane compel man to become selfless and to
    • When one becomes selfless in thoughts, allowing the eternal thoughts
    • Man is still less free on the Rupa Plane of the Mental World, and even
    • less free on the Arupa Plane of the Higher Mental World. Man gradually
    • itself formless, but gains form through human life. Man gathers the
    • results of the lessons he has learned on the Physical Plane and
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    • brought his body, which at that time was less dense, into such a
    • possessed by man. The astral body is strikingly less perfect than the
    • poisons. The most perfect part of man is the physical body, less
    • perfect is the etheric body and still less perfect is the astral body.
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    • materialism or whether he speaks about the Gods in a more or less
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    • common. Nevertheless the Atma of the single human being is to be
    • I then undertake the task of selflessly fitting myself into the world
    • earth and as a soul-less body of slag will circle round the future
    • world from the other side. The initiate is homeless here on the earth.
    • that when it has reached self-consciousness it may die selflessly.
    • We see the moon as the lifeless residue of ourselves and we ourselves
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    • Nevertheless what is of Indian origin cannot be made use of by us in
    • beings to a greater or lesser degree; they are not individual.
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    • We are nevertheless continually faced with things which are not
    • become selfless will they too become something for the whole of
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    • nevertheless beings of a spiritual nature are active with us in our
    • is for man something of lesser importance, but when he understands how
    • occult pupil does this in full consciousness, nevertheless in a way
    • unless it be eradicated by the same force which called it forth. And
    • dying. After his death something of him nevertheless remains here in
    • progressively less effect when he has consciously developed something
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    • the more perfect has always evolved from the less perfect. This
    • the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlanteans had even less frontal brain, an
    • even farther-receding brow, nevertheless they still possessed
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    • We understand that a merely cool, dry thought is less effective on the
    • it is true, only a short life, but nevertheless it remains for a time.
    • that of present day animals and less so than that of present day man.
    • rendered harmless because it is annulled by the Group Souls of the
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    • astral space who are more or less its permanent inhabitants.
    • thoughts. Should he not have this disposition, it would be useless
    • gained without selfless devotion. When through such devotion power is
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    • kingdom. A silent, unobtrusive, passionless stone possesses for
    • it, growing with its growth, if we were able to become selfless enough
    • lesson we approach the child with warm interest, we know what a
    • clear, passionless thinking, needs no other opinion.
    • the ground; the Vedanta wisdom ascends in passionless purity and
    • are nevertheless always present as driving forces. Although different
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    • Thus there now existed two astral bodies: a less wild human astral
    • is less dense and the astral body is the finest. They are in reality
    • point of time we must go out of ourselves and work selflessly in our
    • order selflessly to bring about harmonious relationships in our
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    • differently formed, having only a physical body, much less dense than
    • that only bore upon it beautiful but completely motionless forms. If
    • This would doubtless have come about had not those Adepts, who had
    • lasted nevertheless for perhaps four million years. [Rudolf Steiner
    • accordance with the Monad. The other forms which were less advanced
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    • consciously in dreamless sleep he has developed a Devachanic
    • This was preceded by dreamless sleep consciousness on the Sun; at that
    • Old Sun = Dreamless Sleep-consciousness
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    • dreamless sleep like the plant and the dream filled sleep such as
    • On Sun Dreamless sleep, consciousness limited to what is living
    • complexity as it passes through the seven Globes. The lesser forces
    • imagines a world filled with such thought-seeds. This formless world
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    • formless state as thoughts. We can gain a right concept of this when
    • other planets: new passions, less vehement but conceived on the basis
    • Seventh Globe everything will again become formless. Everything will
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    • would produce meaningless creatures for the next Globe. This is Karma
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    • matter itself. Unless this fine substance were given off, man would be
    • produced by matter. The fourth, the sense of touch, has still less to
    • between selfhood and selflessness. The man of the Sixth Sub-Race, will
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    • It would be senseless
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    • such matters as we now wish to deal with. They will nevertheless
    • nourished themselves from the lifeless it became possible to make the
    • eating what is dead. He took the lifeless into himself in various
    • This is just as lifeless as the dead animal. Everything living in the
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    • venerated there were more or less personal-spiritual Divinities.
    • its culmination in Christianity. So it is in this lesser racial branch
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    • are just as important. For how endlessly varied people are! We need
    • An illustration will make this seem less paradoxical. Consider a
    • lifeless mineral, say, a rock crystal. Should the crystal be
    • of rhetorical hyperbole. He doubtless knew that a seed crystal will
    • possible. Thus in education it would be senseless to want to
    • he will become foolishly single-minded. For the sanguine the lesser
    • abandoning self-exhortation as fruitless. The important thing is to
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    • soul and spirit in animal and in man cannot be solved unless the
    • grasp of the external world unless he admits that what he eventually
    • realities only to the spiritual investigator, it may nevertheless be
    • is due, fundamentally, to the fact that man is nevertheless prone to
    • in space and time. When we look at the lifeless realm of nature, we
    • is frozen, as it were, in the lifeless realm of existence with the
    • cling less to words and to keep the real point more in mind —
    • Man comes into existence at birth as a helpless being, whereas when
    • Man comes into existence with less skill than the animal. He is less
    • much less than it is injured by man. Animals are injured most of all
    • less torturing, it gnaws much less deeply into the soul than in the
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    • enters existence helpless, to a certain extent, where the functions
    • however, this helplessness is the one thing that enables man to
    • remain in the state of helplessness in which he was born. Thus we see
    • world as a helpless being. It is perfectly easy to see what we are
    • helplessness, from one point of view, and, from another, his
    • less of a gifted artist when confronting his fellows. For if we would
    • developing out of helplessness, and then keeping this helplessness in
    • less subtle, I shall speak figuratively. Let us imagine that what man
    • sense of sound, in the way this flows more or less into his balance,
    • In being know thyself, then, blessed.”
    • In being know thyself, then, blessed.”
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    • endless conflicts. These conflicts cease when he strives upwards to
    • It is only the later, more or less corrupt forms of such an
    • is, nevertheless, the lunar element in the human organism that
    • evil may work havoc in a wider, less concentrated sphere. The other
    • the facts are nevertheless real — just as real as the attraction
    • in the cosmos — forces no less potent than the forces we analyse
    • being of man himself. We shall then no longer say thoughtlessly:
    • to shine down upon the earth, nevertheless penetrates right through to
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    • planets: Mars, Jupiter, Saturn — others are of less importance.
    • infinitely varied. They meant nothing at all unless a man was inspired
    • Nevertheless these things were the outcome of genuine investigation.
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    • shall be saying today is not to seem groundless and incomplete, you
    • grounded in the universe. This is true, nevertheless. And if, entirely
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    • slate-formation, or the lime-formation, unless we connect them with
    • formations. But that is of less importance just now; the important
    • less with this movement as such, which is a local movement, than with
    • indeterminate, formless will-force in the animal is to be found within
    • There can be no true conception of the material unless it is
    • expulsion of cosmic influences takes place. It is a ceaseless
    • things themselves cannot be understood either, unless they are
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    • be allowed to refer to something personal, which is, nevertheless, by
    • no blessing in occult development, in occult striving. Truth and
    • candid truthfulness, since I can see no blessing for any occult
    • movement unless one is dedicated to the truth! It may be contrary to
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    • more, thus bringing about a lifeless, deathlike condition. A living
    • be senseless to say that He was initiated like other initiates. While
    • objectively and is there, yet it would be meaningless to speak of this
    • initiated like other initiates, of Whom it would be quite meaningless
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    • more or less justifiably described as eternal. Surely it is also
    • animal world. We feel, for instance, that it would be senseless to
    • is nevertheless absolutely true of the part of man that belongs to
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    • his own body. Through countless facts that need not here be dealt with
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • which he has incarnated. Nevertheless, all this must be laid aside; it
    • A thought may now occur to you that is quite natural but nevertheless
    • parts, is more closely bound up with the brain, and less closely, for
    • becoming wider, fleeing out into the boundless spaces of the
    • selfless what is in yourself. That is a hard task, a task with which
    • impossible for a man to love what is within him absolutely selflessly.
    • between the two experiences is that what you love selflessly goes
    • whom you are nevertheless in relation, you come out of yourself and
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    • imagining that when one selflessly and in the right way reaches the
    • less by periods of unconsciousness, for various lengths of time
    • more or less super-sensible states come before us in the great poetic
    • This feeling of timelessness, this feeling of the circle, appears at a
    • earth. But he sees it first with its soul quality unless he can
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    • is that gives the more or less monistic or materialistic stamp to our
    • task. It can be a lesson to anyone interested in seeing how, simply by
    • and to make it possible that all that flows away into limitless
    • value for him. It is worthless, however, for his opponents. Then he
    • world something like shadows that may nevertheless have validity
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    • be the sole truth. Perhaps by a little harmless persecution, some of
    • happen to prevent it, nevertheless one thing is always possible, that
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    • sensation: within me are endless depths; could I but bring them
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    • life, is nevertheless our deepest inner-soul nature; when we try to
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    • world, we can then spiritualise our being; we shall however, be less
    • The will is still less entirely born than is feeling. The will would
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    • up its wisdom to us unless we try to acquire it. In the spirit-world,
    • say that the less wisdom we have acquired on the physical plane, the
    • For the less we are able to take from it, the less strength do we
    • perhaps less under the control of human volition, but depends upon
    • is becoming less and less frequent, we still find in unexplored
    • be childless. He would still be the same man. The cause is the man A,
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    • power, thy soul-light less and less, thou art obliged to let it
    • spiritual beings less and less. It becomes increasingly the case that
    • the Spirit, through the bodiless Spirit for which the technical
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    • impossible, how comfortless it would be directly after death to see
    • now produced for the market regardless of the amount required, not
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    • plant gazes on the lifeless realm of the minerals. ... Certainly it
    • lifeless minerals.” But then the plant, gazing on the mineral
    • Spiritual Science does not talk endlessly, in a pantheistic way,
    • right relationship possibly emerge unless it rests on that evaluation
    • rightly these two prospects, the hopeless and the hopeful, then, my
    • strength. Today we can look for no revelations unless we seek them
    • reveal themselves unless the human being, by free resolve, opens the
    • attain to this unless we do something about it. One thing we can do
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    • more or less, into the midst of human relationships. And because of
    • out of the soul-nature, certainly, but none the less egoistic. Of
    • below the human level; yet in fact this is a blessing, since from the
    • which people to-day have scarcely any inkling. From countless pulpits
    • nothing less will make it right!” You see, a definite untruth
    • right, I must develop a selfless interest in every opinion I
    • we must take as one of life's serious tasks. For unless this task
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    • cannot cope with life to-day unless you have the will to take account
    • less as the realisation of God on earth. Fritz Mauthner says: the
    • the less it claims to incorporate in its own structure anything that
    • organism. Most certainly, no one can reach this point of view unless
    • — on the one hand, the factory; on the other, soulless
    • much about the sort of man Fichte was unless you are familiar with
    • directly into material existence. It is useless to-day to say.
    • in talk about how men are to be blessed or redeemed, but penetrates
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    • educators, — not to apply directly in your lessons, but as a
    • activity is already taken more or less unconsciously for granted.
    • regardless of “subjective or objective” — bring to
    • rather less. Thus, what we have to say concerning geometrical form is
    • in all these three are none the less valid for what takes place in
    • impregnable, is none the less beginning to be undermined. I mean the
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    • hand it is no less significant that we must have recourse to quite
    • yesterday, present-day Physics (though now a little less sure in this
    • causes. The point will be moving more or less quickly or slowly. We
    • say it moves with a greater or lesser “velocity”. Let us
    • accordingly, we shall say that the point has a greater or lesser
    • also make it move quicker and quicker, but to a lesser extent; a
    • of consciousness that you can bear it. Nevertheless, what I have
    • human experience contains the m no less than the v,
    • Nevertheless, although
    • opposite and polar qualities, no less than magnetism does, to take
    • — there is no less of a polar quality in the realm of colour.
    • and even certain lesser shades of green. Why do I emphasise that the
    • the light is weakened; you will see this in countless instances. We
    • in it, — no less than in the muscle. You see from this:
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    • will restrict themselves to thoughts of a more or less phoronomical
    • colourless light go through a prism the colourless light is analyzed
    • we let a cylinder of colourless light impinge on the screen, it shows
    • a colourless picture. Putting a prism in the way of the cylinder of
    • explain it thus, so he was told — The colourless light already
    • — more or less indistinct. Moreover in this case (
    • matter than in the middle, where it has less matter to go through.
    • that it has less matter to go through in the middle and more at the
    • edges. Think of it now. In the middle the light has less matter to go
    • goes through less matter — the force of it is greater than
    • due to the light's having less matter to go through, which presses
    • should then encounter less resistance, — so I should push it
    • peculiarity of the eye, and there is also another, scarcely less
    • — they will appear to you more or less sharp and clear, or at
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    • more or less white if I were looking at directly, will appear
    • surely be less illumined by reflected light than when the two mirrors
    • selfless enough to let the kindred yellow light arising here it would
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    • say: When colourless sunlight — according to the physicists, a
    • something you none the less entertain astral relations to what we
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    • light is sometimes more and sometimes less intense. There can be
    • stronger light and less strong. The point is now to understand: How
    • less strong; he will admit every degree of intensity of light, but he
    • in debt. I will by all means distinguish between more and less
    • £25 in debt is less than that of being £50 in debt. But in
    • there will be less bombardment inside than outside; hence the two
    • something else. Needless to say, the impacts in the theory of
    • century conceived this strange idea of universal, inorganic, lifeless
    • soul and Spirit-Nature — that underlies it. Lifeless Nature is
    • unless the air in our environment is vibrating we shall not hear any
    • Kirchhoff was rather shattered and more or less admitted: It will be
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    • is, in the world outside us, no more nor less than a certain
    • case unless we bring it into connection with a more widespread
    • never gain insight into these things unless we have the will to see
    • are equally sense-organs, we shall be no less mistaken in our
    • nowhere in these realms unless you apprehend what is real. For if
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    • wireless telegraphy is based on this.
    • Nevertheless,
    • the external revolution in the social realm. It is no more nor less
    • The text-book knowledge I may none the less bring forward, is only
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    • not emerged, Physics has suffered no less a loss than the concept
    • Waldorf teachers, will teach it too, needless to say; they cannot
    • phenomena but really thinks about them. If you arrange your lessons
    • Science lessons, whereby these lessons will be very fruitful for
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    • soul-experiences, stream forth — and that these, no less than the
    • darkness around him. Countless human beings have already had the
    • Again I am describing a condition known and accessible to countless
    • nevertheless an experience that may actually come to a man. The point
    • we had any such awareness the process would be carried out far less
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    • the other two that it gets the upper hand. Nevertheless every human
    • into dreamless sleep, an influence from the world into which he passes
    • example, some colour, nevertheless a certain inner process is always
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    • he must have boundless humility. It may be said to him: Look at a
    • his own inner self, is called in Spiritual Science, the Lesser
    • investigator as the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold. Here already is
    • shame, but nevertheless he has them. By enormously enhancing these
    • nevertheless. Towards autumn, the mood of hope and awakening connected
    • when it was far less developed. But with the gradual evolution of
    • course of the year. Theoretical descriptions are quite senseless for
    • gradually becomes capable of fearlessly approaching that spiritual
    • the other path into the spiritual Macrocosm. He must fearlessly and
    • Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, at the other, the Greater Guardian
    • portal, when he passes the Lesser and the Greater Guardians of the
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    • passes either the Lesser or the Greater Guardian of the Threshold.
    • man when, after passing the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, he
    • our physical and etheric bodies only to a slight extent. Nevertheless
    • that we pass the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold.
    • Lesser Guardian of the Threshold and may say to itself: I am paltry
    • been described, having passed the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold, we
    • But a man who has passed the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold realises
    • You are neglecting this duty unless you try with all your might to
    • between the Lesser and the Greater Guardian of the Threshold? After
    • one from which the stream of forces will constantly diminish unless
    • this would result in the human race receiving less and less forces
    • being asunder. In this moment of passing the Lesser Guardian of the
    • the moment we are passing the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold: These
    • Thus when we pass the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold we have true
    • We ourselves, in our image, are the Lesser Guardian of the
    • Discussions about the non-reality of a mirror-image are worthless. If
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    • to feel firmer ground under our feet. In Spiritual Science, unless we
    • idea of what it means to pass the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold. In
    • statements made in the lecture yesterday. Nevertheless it is only the
    • ordinary life in a form less purely spiritual. Nevertheless, their
    • led past the Lesser Guardian of the Threshold into his own inner being
    • training in humility and selflessness will enable him to hold his own
    • egoism and self-love and cultivate selflessness. He must make himself
    • are most similar to those of the father, rather less similar to those
    • of the grandfather, still less similar to those of the
    • Having attained the degree of selflessness where everything to do with
    • subjected himself entirely. Unless the individual had submitted his
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    • the Ego would cease to control him. Nevertheless in bygone times,
    • as the loss of the Ego, but this condition was less perilous in those
    • Lesser Guardian of the Threshold and can perceive how imperfect he is
    • or less conscious at the moment of going to sleep. But a person who
    • another place this is less the case. An added complication is that he
    • trained in fearlessness and in the power of self-conquest.
    • physical body could not be what it is unless man also possessed these
    • is a one-sided truth. Unless the other side is added a
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    • Elementary World or from that being into us unless we have learned how
    • know nothing of them, are nevertheless driving forces in our life of
    • nevertheless affecting his life of soul. There are ‘islands’
    • denies us entrance unless we take this sacred vow: Knowing well how
    • self-knowledge, but it would remain a sterile achievement unless it
    • worlds unless with clairvoyant consciousness we were to pass on to the
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    • anything by means of the lotus-flowers, nevertheless during sleep
    • pain when a foolish or absurd statement is made? Countless individuals
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    • he could look far back or less far back into the past and see whence
    • that God was busy cutting rods for futile questioners, nevertheless
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    • body in common with the plants. But there is nevertheless a radical
    • animal nature; he need not, unless he so chooses, feed on animal
    • other. Unless aftereffects of the Sun's activity were constantly
    • warmed directly, the preserved solar warmth is nevertheless present.
    • high ideal can make a man glow with warmth unless he himself is able
    • outside. Nevertheless there is no denying that speech is something in
    • May God's protecting ray of blessing
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    • countless other questions which are connected to these two main
    • Nevertheless we shall attempt to show today that this
    • body in everyday life, which is more or less its outward form,
    • present-day humanity, it must nevertheless be said that this
    • then more or less be in the position I have been talking about,
    • way. In countless cases — and
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    • sphere that is, as I have said, more or less tied to the world
    • confused with what is said about this border area, more or less
    • life which enter into our consciousness in a less complete way
    • think about anything that is around us, and in really dreamless
    • dreamless sleep; the soul simply transforms the
    • dreamless sleep —
    • from dreams, nevertheless in its form, experience, its
    • a horror it may be for many people, it is nevertheless true
    • they have less value. For in this kind of irregular spiritual
    • somnambulism) the human being is less connected with his
    • always rejected, with the countless cases which are known with
    • nevertheless, a difference between the nature of what
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    • must earnestly bear in mind that there are countless human
    • stars in such a dry, matter of fact and spiritless way as is
    • constituted from the modern soul. It was less awake in
    • the souls had to be made fearless in face of the unknown which
    • they had to enter. Fearlessness of the unknown and a
    • fearlessness and several other qualities were what prepared the
    • peoples with their less awake kind of consciousness. And
    • unless it arrives at such abstract laws.
    • do in daily life. It is this outer, spiritless life which we
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    • be a blessing to the so-called dead by reading to them in thought the
    • spiritual truths is much less a knowledge of physical science than an
    • feelings with regard to the spiritual world have nevertheless a
    • attempt but very much less so than a materialist who has no feeling
    • but it happens, nevertheless, and can be recognised through occult
    • physically in good health, nevertheless it cannot be said
    • are nevertheless living in the epoch when Anthroposophy must be
    • body, being drawn back to it by countless forces, as by a magnet. A
    • when we blush, to direct it more or less strongly to the brain, and
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    • others less satisfactory. In order to understand the things of the
    • such matters. Nevertheless the Being whom we may call Michael, and
    • Nevertheless we will endeavour to approach it from still another point
    • but although He is so sublime, He was nevertheless able, during the three
    • to reveal Christ anew. Nevertheless many human beings will recognize
    • nevertheless.
    • we are nevertheless building up a new power that does not in the least
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    • with the Goetheanum and more or less permanently residing here will
    • research cannot be understood unless its development is traced
    • the early Fifteenth Century — the various sciences were less
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    • less traditional. It was a recollection of far older visions, a
    • or less foreign to man. One could say that the soul had lost
    • and spirit. But it has become lifeless for us and the most certain of
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    • and Copernicus can certainly be described more or less in the same terms
    • hand. Even less does he have a feeling that would enable him to say:
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    • fruitlessly) about whether Descartes’ space if finite or
    • mysticism and even less of the ancient pneumatology. Except for his
    • I am. Thus many people consider Lessing
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    • exists in the external world, but it is silent, it is soundless. The
    • be seen as a continuation of the process of birth, albeit a less
    • was only the sum total of many less pronounced death experiences, if
    • matter, is to be thought of as atomistic, signifying more or less
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    • in the world, admitting that it was powerless to do so. They were
    • the colorless external world, it still has to be recognized that both
    • colorless world. It affects us. We fashion the colors and sounds in
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    • Nevertheless, whether we are dealing
    • the three dimensions or motion, or with less obvious ones such as
    • The reason it is less obvious in other experiences of the physical
    • great, the attraction is four times less; if it is three times as
    • great, nine times less, and so forth. Pure measuring is instilled
    • regardless of whether the object moves or remains stationary, while
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    • kind. Still less can they be compared with what today's science
    • tradition were more or less words only, and he could no longer enter
    • repeated in the successive epochs, and were always less and less
    • Fourteenth Century, though less and less understood. This ancient
    • presented more or less as follows: Thales
    • turned into no more than an inventory of lifeless empty abstractions,
    • descriptions of the old traditions, but these are always less and
    • less understood. The worlds of men like Paracelsus, van Helmont, or
    • on inner experience. Others, who were more or less contemporaries of
    • there is to know about man and that he consists of more or less solid
    • useless when it comes to the essential being of man.
    • Nevertheless, mankind had to pass through an age that took its course
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    • the etheric body. Countless facts are available in medical literature
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    • nevertheless the conclusion is absolutely necessary and nothing can be
    • to a greater or lesser extent, are of such a nature that in order to
    • cannot have less than zero. He may finally have nothing, but I comfort
    • less if he gets into debt than if he stopped when he had nothing.
    • space. There is less there than empty space. Therefore all the effects
    • They are very different things. Only meaningless abstractions result
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    • further of this — since it is more expanded and therefore less
    • following conclusion: Unless the action of the sun were present, we
    • It will not be possible, my friends, to escape from materialism unless
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    • comprehensive view of heat unless we go over to some reasoned-out
    • against the wall unless we ourselves bring this about. When, however,
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    • to consider in external nature even lifeless inorganic nature, a being
    • somewhat less so with taste and smell impressions. If you will simply
    • to a lesser extent of smelling and tasting. (Those last two enter less
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    • observations. Unless this relationship is established, the confusion
    • lapse of time between the recitations, the less intensely you are
    • heart. It will not be more difficult for you, but less so. If you
    • abstract thing, will be relatively powerless in the face of nature. He
    • we become involved in nothing less than astronomical considerations.
    • stated otherwise, is less dense than water. When it goes over into the
    • increases, namely that bodies become less and less dense as they are
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    • It evaporates and consequently the column is less in height than the
    • rises, since with smaller vapor tension there is less pressure.
    • more or less than a representation of a gas that is enclosed all
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    • anthroposophy unless we are able to take them out of the rut in which
    • we now have to the fluid. This means nothing more or less than that we
    • not enter into the region of the formless. We enter only into a region
    • the “formless,” or that of negative form.
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    • the bell up and by letting the vapor cool, the pressure is lessened,
    • bodies we have a striving in all directions, a complete formlessness
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    • climate, and is thus under the necessity of giving off less or more
    • oxidation. Essentially he discovered that this process is less intense
    • environment. Thus, the human being of the tropics, since he loses less
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    • yourselves what it is. It is nothing more or less than the whole of
    • her. Unless we do, when we consider the content of nature in relation
    • empty space. But if we go further still, we come to less-than-nothing,
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    • becoming greater when this is large and less when it is small. That is,
    • time, a smaller effect in a less time. Therefore I have to multiply by
    • Moreover, you are confused unless you assume that you reach the same
    • doubtless recollect that we have to take into account that there is
    • the super-imaginary numbers. Nevertheless we put them into the series
    • different. Within mathematics, unless the matter slips us because it
    • cannot apply mathematics if we wish to enter reality unless we keep in
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    • find in it, namely, a difference in level of transition. (Unless we
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    • in tone effects in the gaseous realm, the imponderable is less able to
    • “matterless” spaces must work in from various directions. If
  • 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
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    • conscious stationary condition of the quiet, content-less soul. This
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    • dreams, but still less clear. This lack of clearness applies also 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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    • universe is present, no less manifold than the physical outer world of
    • it were, less intensity of being.
    • cosmos, which becomes less clear to the ‘spiritual eye’. On
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    • less, precisely among the spiritual leaders of mankind; Jesus was seen
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    • This strength lies in the etheric organism, which grows less and less
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    • less normal course of human life on earth. It differs in childhood
    • In illness the more or less normal course of the inter-relation
    • contrast in further experiences a more worthy deed with a less worthy
    • be done nevertheless.
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    • judgment increases, the less will be their belief in those who teach them.
    • Chaldeans. That is why the modern researcher is so powerless in face
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    • live in a world we call the world of formlessness. Spiritual beings
    • live in our whole mineral world-in the world of formlessness according
    • of formlessness?” This will be understood at once when we turn
    • Now you. may say: Yes, but when mischievous boys and girls uselessly
    • is caused nevertheless. It is all a matter of the point of view concerned
    • realm of formlessness; the spiritual beings belonging to the
    • Realm of Formlessness,
    • the one realm called the realm of formlessness and the other the realm
    • salt and disappear again as form. That is the characteristic of formless
    • in the same way, out of substance, out of the formless. The plant —
    • In the case of the crystal, the formlessness shoots as it were into
    • the plant less deeply and the animal less deeply still; the animal has
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    • Nevertheless, in a certain respect the human being differs from the animal
    • less similar it is to the human figure.
    • less than the other in the process of transforming his astral body.
    • the blood system of the physical and etheric bodies is faithlessly forsaken
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    • who become clairvoyant but know nothing of it. It will become less and
    • less infrequent because we are living today in a stage of evolution
    • feeling of blessedness, as indeed is the case in physical life, too!
    • rise to a feeling of blessedness in a human being as he passes through
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    • souls are in Devachan. Nevertheless, the disembodied soul does not lose
    • earth, greater or less personal prosperity is possible at the cost of
    • To express it more or less abstractly, it is rather as if a thought matures
    • transmitted one's own nature to them would thereby be lessened.
    • This is a groundless fear, for maternal and paternal love assume a higher
    • in later life come to expression as the power of blessing, as outstreaming
    • greater it is, the less it remains abstract wisdom and the more forcibly it
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    • is less perfect; it is the bearer of joy and pain of urges, desires
    • deeper state, namely, dreamless sleep. The plant is a being in a condition
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    • the finest substances and higher beings. The less progressed part of
    • the lesser half of his constitution. Man's physical and etheric bodies
    • but was nevertheless connected more fundamentally and definitely with
    • had gradually become so degenerate that the bodies were simply useless
    • for the descending souls. This is more or less a picture of the state
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    • process means that he controls the lifeless, mineral force in the coal.
    • had developed the new faculty, which was useless in ancient Atlantis.
    • others seems useless, but because it has a foreboding of the future
    • nevertheless infuses spirit into it. The Egyptian contemplates the spirit
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    • so deeply into matter and was less firmly connected with the physical
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    • belongs indeed more or less to us all. Goethe is a spirit who affects
    • numberless receipts, in company of the Adepts.
    • absolute and ceaseless love, was looked upon by the Persians as
    • of selflessness, but simply throws it into the River, when he
    • passed through the stage of selflessness. He throws it back into the
    • the service of egoism is objectionable and worthless, will be
    • stage of development at which his higher self, his selfless nature
    • sacrifice myself, I will purify myself through selflessness.”
    • age of selflessness, when man will not put his forces at the service
    • themselves in books are nevertheless our guides. Goethe does not
    • selfless, the Serpent is transformed into precious stone, which forms
    • becomes selfless, by a sacrifice of himself, such as was made by the
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    • Besides Herder, Jean Paul, Novalis and Lessing — Goethe steps
    • Kingdom of the Gods. Man is ceaselessly striving to reach this
    • dangerous, unless at the same time the lower ego is sacrificed. With
    • the radiating Wisdom. When man has acquired Wisdom in a selfless way,
    • by those who themselves bring light, when they also are selfless like
    • The self-seeking Wisdom is the bridge to the selfless Wisdom. Wisdom
    • leads a man through self to selflessness. The Serpent sacrificed
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    • has been so only since the fourth century. Nevertheless, in Roman
    • lesser Mysteries, but for those who were permitted to participate in
    • the astral world. I can only describe the lesser Mysteries of the
    • being, the teacher and mediator, Mithras. But mankind could be blessed
    • could be said, “Blessed are they that have not seen and yet have
    • (Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessJohn 20:29).
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    • this. There is hardly anything more hopeless and alien to a true
    • “She lives in countless children, and the mother, where is she? She is
    • addresses nature not as a lifeless being, as modern materialistic
    • winter deepens as we move toward Christmas, nevertheless, a victory
    • his physical nature nevertheless harbors forces that are active in
    • against rhythmless chaos. Just think how much human passion and the
    • the level of development at which logical, passionless thinking stands
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    • In lifeless clay.
    • you now see as a likeness." These were the lesser Mysteries. They
    • hear today of what took place in the lesser Mysteries on Christmas
    • dead, lifeless matter. There they beheld stalks of grain arise from
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    • nevertheless, the physical world. Just as in our moral actions there
    • feel within myself, when my soul is blessed with the power to think
    • nevertheless, to stand before the world, then there works within us
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    • needed by the seed or germ in order to ripen, the changing of lifeless
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    • consciousness which would be a darkening down, a lessening of their
    • Every deviation from truth would render these beings less conscious.
    • experiences. Nevertheless, a certain difference exists.
    • own, we can nevertheless understand him, because he has passed through
    • themselves to us as true, and which nevertheless are in contradiction
    • filled, while the other then has less water in it. If a second time
    • which was at first empty, the first glass will have still less water
    • in it; in short, through the pouring-out there is always less and less
    • this pouring out of water there is more instead of less, and that if
    • less water left in the glass that was at first half-filled. As the
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    • which appears lifeless, dead, and which we see around as a mineral
    • appears to us lifeless. What lives comes into consideration, but what
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    • them. The creations would become lifeless and disintegrate, if they
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    • of their nature. That would mean nothing less than a deadening, a
    • damping-down of their own being. Now suppose that nevertheless these
    • Hierarchy, brought about nothing less than the actual independence of
    • not hollow. And nevertheless where you walk about on our Earth —
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    • spiritually explained, unless we fix our attention on these beings. We
    • themselves they cannot be explained unless we think of their forms as
    • everything is more or less a picture) we must imagine that although
    • the fixed star itself, are powerless to do anything for its evolution.
    • importance to the fixed star; they are powerless to work upon its
    • the largest share, and the etheric body only a lesser one. Again, in
    • matter at all: Nevertheless with regard to cometary life things become
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    • nevertheless able to know what exists there. I should now like to call
    • instance, no one really understands the content of the Gospels unless
    • impression undisturbed and unchecked unless we are capable, at least
    • is therefore one of the most blessed experiences to have such an
    • a rule read carelessly, but when one reads them with occult vision,
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    • the sun, their movements all appear more or less as a vertical union
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    • world, it appears to us as a dead, lifeless substance. To cosmic space
    • not attained their goal, as light-bearers in the lightless spiritual
    • from countless points: and everywhere in the universe we find the
    • Jehovah; the truth nevertheless presses through, and the description
    • is differentiated into countless worlds of Spiritual Hierarchies. We
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    • my physical body, but they are less exhalted than the Divinity who has
    • less emphasis, regarding other aspects of life. Through marriage a
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    • memory, more or less, of the ancient dream-like condition in which he
    • could be called blessed. Such a man was a seer in the old sense and he
    • said in regard to the physical body, “Blessed are the beggars, the
    • by saying, “Blessed and God-imbued in their astral bodies are those
    • “Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God.”
    • says, “Blessed are those who draw the spirit self down into
    • the eighth sentence of the Beatitudes, “God-imbued or blessed are they
    • disciples may consider themselves blessed if they have to suffer
    • that those blessed with this new power of vision may not be considered
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    • it occupied countless souls on earth, but from it have flowed for
    • countless earth-souls spiritual life-blood, strength of soul,
    • much less self-reliant than he is now. This lack of self-reliance is
    • much less into himself, upon his own self; he would have turned more
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    • the force is none the less within the child in the last after-effects
    • idealism in our thinking. And just as helpless are we for the steps we
    • brutish, pitiless action in the previous life. Every step taken by the
    • what he himself is unless he is in a position to see truly into
    • view unless he can see beyond birth and death, if he does not look
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    • is in great measure only outside occurrence, far less the history of
    • thoughts became ever more and more lifeless. And these lifeless
    • this way achieved freedom, but very much, nevertheless, has been lost.
    • developed further and further, humanity became less and less capable
    • the content of the gospels was less and less understood. You see, the
    • could not be found again. This cannot be found unless we begin to seek
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    • interpretation of what is present within you, more or less strongly
    • influential centers of culture, is nevertheless an evolutionary
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    • there nevertheless, working not through the reality that lives in him
    • go about nevertheless, for I still bear something of the sublime
    • undefined feeling in countless young people during the last twenty or
    • The farther back we go, the less we find that education is spoken
    • there is such endless talk about education, because there is a
    • anything real in this domain. Nonetheless conclusions are formed. The
    • become reactionaries. Nevertheless it is a fact that up to the
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    • although after the fourth or fifth century A.D. it was very colorless
    • dreadfully lazy! People do not feel it, and the less they feel it the
    • spiritual and the intellectual do not get on well together unless
    • spiritual world. Today he is less and less of a real entity. He is
    • is of less importance today than the theoretical strife between
    • looks at them they seem no less outrageous than the sketches which
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    • impulses will become gradually less decisive than the moral
    • freedom unless this had happened. But Nietzsche who found these
    • you call the experiences of youth, unless you look into this
    • not hit upon a truth but only on clichés. For unless the human
    • corpse in intellectualism — unless I come to this, there is no
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    • still less! For in the second or third century before Christ, to
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    • namely enthusiasm — more or less indefinite, but nevertheless
    • striving would cease. It would indeed be comfortless to have to admit
    • resounding endlessly, that human beings must continue on into the
    • endless activity. And the name of this book about the world is “Man.”
    • what to do with them. Nonetheless they are arising: in the inner life
    • But such a statement is meaningless. It is just as sensible as if
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    • less healthy than to have the due amount of tiredness in the evening
    • that — and boldly setting to work to give his lesson out of
    • super-sensible world at all. How is it that people give their lessons
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    • of experiencing soullessness were compelled to ask with the utmost
    • earth. But when one gazes from the earth out into limitless space, it
    • is not limitless at all. For the mechanistic-mathematical way of
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    •  Unless we first
    • unattractive to you, but nevertheless it will arise — which
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    • we look at the human being with less superficiality than is often
    • countless people have been swept away through these terrible fiery
    • less noticeable. But with the present human organization man receives
    • modern object lesson is said to be behind the times. But one has to
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    • their stomach should be less capable of tasting than the palate —
    • it is not less but equally capable of tasting; only the head is a
    • provide schools with enough teachers unless one holds to the
    • the pupil will be some day. Nevertheless he will still be a good
    • instinctive artistic sense he will offer less hindrance to the growth
    • earth-lives. This will not be achieved unless we draw into our
    • acts but through their being, have become a blessing to those around
    • blessing to the world around them. It can be expressed concisely by
    • saying: There are human beings who can bless. There are not many who
    • can bless. But it is a question of the power to bless. There are men
    • who certainly have the power to bless. They acquire it in later life,
    • blessing; the second develops from the first. No one learns to bless
    • a spider in its own web, but like countless flies which have got
    • what kind of man I am unless it is written down somewhere on paper!
    • less skillful but they will also get smaller, they will wither away
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    • less outwardly objective. What they saw gradually became only a
    • evolution, unless he draws attention to the relationship of ego to
    • this frightened look. Goethe had it. Lessing had it. Herder had it.
    • must be an abomination to every orthodox professor, nevertheless
    • be regarded as shameless in future. Today everyone talks about it and
    • practical life. Unless we were imbued with an active human force
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    • of learning, of knowledge, is worthless. As such it is dead and gets
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    • bodily-corporeal element; on the other hand, a soulless knowledge, a
    • soulless observation of the body is unable to look through the bodily
    • being, regardless whether we are speaking of soul or of body. From the
    • in a body, as it were, and a soulless body, on the other hand; but
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    • You know from your lessons in physics that Archimedes, sitting in his
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    • able to do this. Nevertheless, the situation is such that man, also
    • Naturally, this seems paradoxical; nevertheless, subjectively this
    • ordinary life. If only modern philosophy were less perplexed in its
    • they refuse to do so — if only modern philosophy were less
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    • these words; nevertheless, a certain omnipotence of natural necessity
    • sure, but which, nevertheless, may be compared with the being of man.
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    • are also awake, although to a lesser degree, in thinking, visualizing.
    • more or less, the human being was guided by dark, unknown forces in
    • these obscure, unknown forces has more or less ceased in our age. (We
    • in the midst of which he lives, but he nevertheless forms a judgment
    • influence people are useless, for, has it not been proved that they
    • countless instances. They say: We pay not attention to them. Is that
    • it nevertheless exists. And the intercourse between the human being
    • poses countless questions and gives information to his beloved dead at
    • regard to this certain conditions are more favorable, others less so.
    • only if they remain more or less within the sphere of the survivors.
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    • nevertheless holds good) this human being's constitution might have
    • lifeless body; it is completely relegated to the inorganic world.
    • anything. Thought-out programs are the most worthless things in life.
    • Mystery of Golgotha. From the time Lessing began to speak about the
    • unless they forsake the natural-scientific standpoint and go over to
    • their thinking were lessened by the influence of the spiritual world.
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    • may be said that even less than half-truths are, under certain
    • proved that the sex connection is more or less present. Yet the
    • human relationship becomes hopeless. If, however, the patient
    • that man becomes ill and useless without his God, but says that
    • conceive a God, much less imagine that he really exists, or
    • thinking humanity the problem of the restlessly slumbering,
    • pitilessly to the cultured man that he is still a barbarian,
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    • to occupy itself with therapy alone, which might be less
    • conversation with her host. If one is less clever a poor choice
    • regardless of whether they would or would not harmonize with
    • anything that interested her less than her love affair.
    • think, with less justice), — if they were more
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    • field affirms nothing less than would be asserted were
    • There is also a less definite way to realize this connection.
    • always a careless fellow” — he may also say:
    • things cannot really succeed for a careless, lazy person to the
    • succeeded, it nevertheless did not succeed.” Thus
    • causeless things during our lives. We find within ourselves the
    • something to do with what seems so causeless in real life. A
    • of inner development; but unless, through such a soul
    • also with painting, though people admit it less easily, and in
    • poetry they admit it even less, otherwise there would be in our
    • thoughts! And for philosophy still less is required. For today,
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    • human structure as we know it from the more or less elementary
    • powerless as we are with the eye in regard to the rose. If in a
    • less by our whole organism. (See diagram b–c.) To all this,
    • to a certain sympathy, this sympathy nevertheless affects the
    • would appear projected into space, but would, nevertheless,
    • nevertheless. They would influence the warmth of his
    • a human being possesses more or less healthy breathing and
    • his powerless surface-consciousness, into the region
    • less consciously by the soul and something may be known about
    • us should be a more or less serious mutilation it would
    • is naturally an almost endless scale of feeling which may
    • necessary, for without it the process goes no further. Unless
    • received by the ordinary consciousness, are powerless and
    • helplessness of the former consciousness passes over into a
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    • observation of our own inner materiality. Unless we learn
    • this surface of the organs? It is nothing less than a
    • freedom which nevertheless exists, but acts in a
    • thoughtlessness when today certain members of this or that
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    • we go back in human evolution, the less do we find expressed the
    • and more worthless for the real kernel of man's soul-being. The
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    • These Gospels are regarded less and less by external science as a
    • Yet one thing could strike human thinking, unless it tries today to
    • made less use of the physical brain, while they saw clairvoyantly in
    • thinking. But it is nevertheless a truth, and one may make the demand,
    • who developed further were less hairy, because new powers appeared
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    • less abstract idea... but a whole world. Because of this, the vowels
    • of evolution arose of which man must say: My astral body has less and
    • less the possibility of looking into the spiritual world. Nothing
    • understand it, unless we enter a little more closely into the means of
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    • — “Unless a person knows how to value aright those
    • what he experiences in his inner soul; quite regardless as to
    • time, but as absolute timeless dogmas,
    • decidedly what I am now going to say, unless we had to admit
    • Cosmos unless one can go beck to the Riddle of the Old Moon.
    • everywhere, but still in countless human beings, Auguste Comte
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    • contacting is not possible unless one looks more closely into
    • apathetic, we feel ourselves far less strongly and intensely as
    • the other demon, more or less Divine Spiritual Beings,
    • worthy of man unless he had ideals, unless he could cling to
    • the causal Ordering of Nature. Nevertheless the extraordinary
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • hidden in it. Nevertheless, it is not always possible to say the last
    • Mysteries. Nevertheless someone had to be sacrificed, and so Chiron
    • the fifth root-race can only control lifeless nature, the latent
    • Schools, and are no less than the record of what has been revealed in
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    • nevertheless effective. It had an influence on Greek art and culture.
    • the dangers of the passage, and has nevertheless kept his footing,
    • barrenness of the intellect, which is nevertheless the real soul of
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    • influence is still in its infancy, but it is nevertheless already
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    • ingenious, but truthful! As an occultist one must give up lawless
    • seemingly resting motionless. In the sense of true occult research,
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    • occultist, however, knows that this is only one of the lesser
    • has an influence on soul processes that more or less run their course
    • limitless sublimity surrounds these primal records when we immerse
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    • his reinterpretation of Steiner. Nevertheless, it makes sense,
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    • nevertheless so for the occultist. You must not forget the fact that
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    • in a more or less unveiled form. It is only because certain things
    • quite senseless to speak to them of the heavenly bodies spread out in
    • always continued; it has however always been less understood
    • exoterically and its spiritual side less seen, the more it has been
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    • lesson of primeval human wisdom.
    • he release this fire. Now think for a moment of the endless depth and
    • spirit, your godlessness, you condemn these elementary beings to be
    • human evolution. They point frequently to fathomless abysses of human
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    • when it flows out forms countless bodies of warmth and when the fire
    • consciousness of self. You cannot do this unless you can
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    • and less immersed in Maya, we glance back a little at what was said
    • the child is helpless, it must receive the help of those about it. It
    • grows more and more out of this helplessness, and at last itself
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    • systems, work from outside. Inside are Beings of less maturity, who
    • orbit, was more or less the periphery of the original single body.
    • between the advanced Virtutes and those who were less advanced, and
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    • World. It is to be hoped that men will be then less fanatical than
    • even if it were for millions of years.’ This is more or less
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    • less at the present time; only it must be kept in view that the
    • helpless, they could not help themselves, they did not know what they
    • astronomical Venus first came down to the earth, to these helpless
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    • less than that other fact, that water can be made to become as hard
    • or in the lifeless, inanimate sense of modern science. It is
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    • less imperfectly, according to the degrees of the clairvoyant power
    • say that the development of man consists in. his leaving always less
    • and less behind him in the astral world. Let us follow the process;
    • incarnation. The more perfect the man is, the less there will be of
    • Beings will be developing into men. Does all that continue endlessly?
    • really all, that out of originally helpless creatures beings should
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture I
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    • is not concerned over her countless failures, for the beings behind
    • the cross hung the source of boundless eternal life, which defeats
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    • themselves, to review many things that are known, less known, or
    • penetrate the higher worlds is nothing less than the acquisition of
    • interests him more, another less; he pays more attention to one thing
    • and less to another; and that is natural. In these fluctuating
    • of our present humanity lives in these interests alone. Nevertheless
    • the Threshold. That which is real does not become more or less real
    • mentioned. It is a real blessing in our present time for the
    • acquainted with fire, more or less intimately as something quite
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    • warmth. This vital warmth, or life principle, is more or less
    • appearance more or less similar to that which we see around us today.
    • forms, an evolution or a development does nevertheless take place;
    • impugns a lower, lesser truth; spiritual science fully assents to
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    • judgements; he can submit in a greater or lesser degree to the
    • culture, attached less importance to inner, mystical absorption, and
    • of the original Zarathustra. This form of outer perception was less
    • and less perfect the further the peoples had lagged behind the
    • evolution, wherein less importance was attached to the
    • and the blessing of the peoples.
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    • beings may be pictured more or less in the following way: they
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    • but none the less a radical change. This was accomplished during the
    • goal of his evolution unless he thus underwent a transposition of the
    • very time when Christ appeared, could perceive nothing of them unless
    • fruit unless a new factor comes into its development. Here is a
    • Improbable as it may appear to the man of today, it is nevertheless
    • Nevertheless
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    • few traces we nevertheless perceive something of the quite different
    • is expressed, if we regard its exterior form, we find it less closely
    • take objective shape in the physical world they were nevertheless
    • external world itself. Nevertheless those who had learned to
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    • of increasing community of soul regardless of time conditions. The
    • brother, whom one loves as an elder brother, but nevertheless as a
    • less as a continuous spiritual stream through all these seven
    • is blessed by sight of Him. The Bodhisattvas are to the world what
    • of knowledge or no, it is none the less true. Just as belated
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • theosophy; unless the above-mentioned means are employed to see with
    • Countless errors have arisen from this misconception of the nature of
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    • less dense. This thinning of the etheric and the astral bodies offers
    • something less remote from human consciousness, that is, by the
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • (amor and Liebe), it nevertheless points the path to an
    • regardless of all the differences in the sound formations. But now,
    • nevertheless; they are active. Here consciousness makes no decisions
    • back or the back of our head, for example. But we know, nevertheless,
    • a great deal of us that we cannot perceive unless the appropriate
    • against those of the ego and astral body, the result is nothing less
    • not in a position to deal with such things, but it is none the less
    • a human form lying motionless by the way. With the ordinary senses it
    • anthroposophy leads to the conviction that it is senseless not to
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    • Nevertheless, that wisdom must be within him as well as without; it
    • intellectual soul nevertheless does just that, unless it be guided by
    • for instance, at a monkey and doubtless experience the queer
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    • nevertheless have a significance independent of our inner frame of
    • wholly within psychic experience. Nevertheless, love and hate
    • small. Nevertheless you know that your visualizing occurs in your
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    • Finally, we indicated one sensation appearing in this restless sea
    • point out worthless passages. There is a strong proclivity nowadays
    • Unless we do so we shall not be able to understand what must be said
    • avail whatever to want to understand something unless we have within
    • violent, it is nevertheless a force that continues to work in the
    • Those leading a simple soul life are bored far less than the
    • so-called educated ones. In general, people are far less bored in the
    • undeveloped, obtuse person with few conceptions is less bored; he has
    • subject. Unless we see to it that our conceptions have content we
    • — destined nevertheless to continue living in time — is
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    • Peace, all around me and within! The tireless cares
    • Yet in the rotting, soulless mould they take their pleasure,
    • unprejudiced observation, but Kantianism. Unless you are discussing
    • comprises truth, that is, selflessness, but at the same time the
    • enter our present soul lives, we are powerless; facing others, we are
    • inception of visualizations to render them more or less readily
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    • themselves firmly in the ego. Nevertheless, even though this takes
    • past, and unless the ego can enter simultaneously with desire, it is
    • an endless void, and at first that is man's view of the future. When
    • body, the result is something like what we designated worthless in
    • the continuous stream. The ego covers it and lets the endless current
    • of languages. All sciences would come to a similar impasse unless
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • effectual incarnation unless it were a perfect one; that is, a
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • experience suffering and happiness, joy and sorrow. So unless you
    • undeniably super-sensible, appears to countless people as sufficient
    • not of itself point to a spiritual world, unless we know of it
    • upon us unless we have the special foundation this moral frame of
    • denied this for a time, it nevertheless lived on in the soul and must
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • everybody will doubtless believe even more readily than that this is
    • variance with the outer world of perception, nevertheless awaken
    • little less readily noticeable than the one leading from imagination
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    • happen that within this imaginative world, and these are less
    • consistency that, through our errors, has become restless
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    • Build with stones in the lifeless ground,
    • many incarnations, nevertheless the moment will come for all men when
    • lesser Mysteries. Pictures were presented of what the candidate for
    • hear of the enactments in the lesser Mysteries. Everywhere it was the
    • nothing but dead, lifeless matter. But springing out of the stones
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    • lesser degree this was also true of the other Germanic tribes)
    • behind this lies necessity. But it is none the less true that men have
    • Christmas impulses protect luckless European humanity from such a
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    • power when the Mystery of Golgotha took place. Nevertheless, echoes
    • which were natural in a life of soul less awake than our own. In
    • nevertheless a fact that the geometry and arithmetic learnt by
    • know — unless, like Novalis, he glimpses it intuitively — that the
    • is meaningless to base spiritual science upon knowledge acquired
    • shepherds of old, but this attitude of soul is nevertheless a
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    • I want to speak to-day about a Festival to which in modern times less
    • astral world. It is an enactment of the Lesser Mysteries. There, in
  • Title: Lecture: The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
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    • to say, more or less at the time of the winter solstice. For actually
    • and love to gather together at Christmas around the sinless Child in
    • Christendom by so many hearts has little by little become more or less
    • there among the animals who stand round the blessed Mother. It is a
    • as our so-called enlightened theology, has more or less lost sight of
    • a life in the spiritual world, but it is no less true that an
    • fact when we know that the Mass is nothing more nor less than a
    • Build with stones in the lifeless ground,
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    • divine Man who has brought such blessing into the evolution of
    • unless they are from the hand of a supreme artist, drag down the
    • through endless ages, at the last surrendered to us their sublimest
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    • over again into an earthly body, unless it were to learn something new
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • easily be stretched forth in blessing in the latter half. — Such
    • valueless. A knowledge of the soul is acquired when we do not merely
    • natures, less ‘wobbly’ in their astral bodies, or, as
    • persons who just by being themselves, are, as it were, a blessing to
    • these people owe their power of blessing? They owe it to the
    • forth blessing and help. Here again is a karmic connection which, if
    • blessing on the future evolution of humanity — even as regards
    • our organism, yet it has, none the less, grown stronger. We desired to
    • regardless of whether it be successful or not. Karma is always a
    • first seems powerless. What is not equalised in one life is made good
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    • the Gospel of St. Matthew and it will be shown how the lessons to be
    • been; he entered a state of lesser perfection. He would otherwise have
    • of his need, that the good might nevertheless be implanted in the
    • done less well than would otherwise have been the case. This applies
    • spiritual, were, through that influence, less well formed, made more
    • of death would not have come to him. If man had descended less deeply
    • still less can he be expected to be able to work healingly on his
    • Christ-Impulse. Selfishness will be transmuted into selflessness,
    • We have said that man has become more entangled in matter, less
    • become beggars as regard the spirit. They can now become blessed, the
    • ‘From henceforward, blessed are they who are beggars in spirit,
    • old conception. Henceforth, they can be blessed if they take in the
    • body. Blessed may those now be who have an affliction attached to
    • It had become less perfect than before. It had been given the
    • he becomes happy or blessed. ‘Blessed will he be who makes his
    • beings around us. ‘Blessed will be those who hunger and thirst
    • feels bliss in his intellectual or mind soul. Blessed is he who
    • for them. ‘Blessed are those who feel with others, for others
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    • possessed that dauntlessness, which would, when carried down through
    • less describe an astral body so far developed that it does not merely
    • the ego was suppressed. Man was more or less outside his ego. Although
    • ‘Blessed or God-filled are those who in their ecstatic states
    • come when blessed or God-filled are those who have become beggars in
    • that this time too was now past and over. Those would now be blessed,
    • being. ‘Blessed (God-filled) are they who do not banish sorrow by
    • balance the desires in their astral body can be blessed (God-filled),
    • translated contains a meaningless word, tells us the following: Those
    • righteousness. ‘Blessed are they who, through the Christ-Impulse,
    • is like the predicate, ‘Blessed (or God-filled) are they who
    • come to life. ‘Blessed are they, who are pure in blood or in
    • the Spiritual Realms — ‘Blessed are they who bring peace
    • firm on that foundation, they will then be blessed in a new sense; in
    • this they develop the force of firmness. ‘Blessed are they who
    • ‘Blessed are ye, who are especially called to carry the Name of
    • ‘blessed,’ but only such as formed the kingdoms of Heaven
    • or less degree by every human soul.
    • ‘God-filled’ or blessed. For this, however, the
    • to speak. Those persons will be God-filled (or blessed) who, through
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • illusion?’ Some are more so and others less. There are those
    • of those members of the body which are less of an illusion and those
    • is more difficult for the male brain, being less pliable and obedient,
    • wandering as it does in cosmic space regardless of the other laws of
    • way he saw more or less what he will see now, — but he will now
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • incarnated in the regions subject to this culture, who, more or less
    • remained more or less uncultivated, but on the other hand, in this
    • within it, but having nevertheless the profoundest comprehension of
    • is weak. In Europe we find people who have received less culture
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    • of our present life: something which, regardless of what people feel
    • resurrection on the physical earth.’ That then was more or less
    • Christianity is absolutely valueless to our present civilisation; but
    • that will live on and on, which is not to remain a mere colourless
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    • lives in a state of continuous restlessness.
    • death. That they nevertheless had a consciousness during this third
    • everything unless we were able to hold on to one particular
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    • powers more or less as brothers. The explanation for this is to be
    • maintain our consciousness. Unless an initiation took place in a
    • this period our interest is continually diverted and thereby lessened
    • less consciously the various phases described. An early death brings
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    • such doubt he would be holding the utterly senseless view that during
    • anew the next morning. Anyone who does not hold this senseless view
    • worth of the ego is less than it was before the utterance was made.
    • our ego is less as the result of such a deed.
    • amends for having lessened the worth of our ego; we can invalidate
    • lessen the worth of our ego but we can also augment it. This faculty
    • astral and etheric nature, and it extends far less to his physical
    • through death a less moral tenor of soul. This makes a great
    • the man brought with him through death a greater or lesser moral
    • etheric body will become less and less capable of drawing from the
    • nevertheless take with him a feeling resulting from what he has heard
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    • science on our fellow men are useless. It is best if we can wait
    • happenings have taken on a more intimate character. They are less
    • unless we had exerted ourselves to enter a particular realm of the
    • thought it will lead most certainly to selflessness. Such moods of
    • Either as a hermit or as a sociable being who is a blessing in the
    • Nevertheless, we get to know friends who are hermits, but we cannot
    • visions, nevertheless, built up on the basis of recollections of what
    • The nature of Lucifer cannot be rightly evaluated after death unless
    • The visions in which we are enveloped hold less and less significance
    • become quite meaningless. The Sun still has a limited influence on
    • spiritual person farther, the less spiritual not so far — but
    • Unless physiology and embryology receive their facts from occult
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    • more everything in the way of inner movement is excluded, the less we
    • super-sensible world that we loved a person less than we ought to have
    • done, less then he deserved to be loved by us. This fact stands
    • feeling of powerlessness towards the necessity of karma that can be
    • changing anything. Things must take their course, regardless. We look
    • sphere we are more or less limited to the circle of those with whom
    • words. Such a person would, nevertheless, in an anthroposophical
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    • nevertheless, after death a most intense desire for it arises. During
    • sense, it would pulsate like life blood and there would be less
    • leaving a few minutes earlier or later. Nevertheless, this may be of
    • less, but people are not aware of them. The man started out three
    • us nevertheless.
    • sense perception but are nevertheless in our environment will work
    • feeling in that we are more or less compassionate or hardhearted,
    • more or less religious or irreligious in our attitude; the forces of
    • volition and wish in that our deeds are more or less egotistical.
    • Furthermore, if we ignore them, we shall be less and less able to
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    • may be looked upon as the good karma that blesses and accompanies our
    • nevertheless not find himself completely alone, but will find other
    • science will continue to feel the anguish of longing for it unless we
    • simply unaware of it. People do not pay attention to the countless
    • sown. Countless others will not sprout and will go in another
    • the Lapps of whom the Estonians are even less fond. One only heard,
    • egoism. Religiously it is more selfless than the Eastern religions.
    • with unless Lucifer is to become a threat to us, and that is the
    • ideas, they will nevertheless be transformed into pure sensations and
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    • because for a cold, abstract view of life they are quite meaningless.
    • yet able to see with super-sensible perception nevertheless know about
    • sleep is much less active during waking life. The vegetative
    • often sense a certain fatigue in the morning. The less tired a person
    • have nothing to illumine. Nevertheless, the ego and the astral body can
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    • arise? Surely the one follows more or less what may be termed a
    • beings! One nevertheless can gain an understanding of the content of
    • the agony, the longing, the renunciation, but also the hopelessness
    • be developed after death unless one has first acquired it here on
    • panorama before the soul. People who go through life thoughtlessly
    • father and grandfather by way of heredity, it is nonetheless true
    • musical gifts are in the hereditary stream unless he had acquired in
    • a previous earth life the very faculties needed for that art, unless
    • surrounding world because to him life is meaningless. To extinguish
    • Although one is nevertheless there for oneself. To extinguish oneself
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    • not less significant than the events between birth and death. We can
    • experienced her words like a blessing and I could not have conceived
    • dumb and unable to say anything. And so the soul who was a blessing
    • unless a link is forged from soul to soul by means of spiritual
    • flower, each breath of air, each stone and crystal hides an endless
    • because people are so little aware of the endless, fathomless realm
    • for them unless one feels what an immense service one bestows on the
    • nevertheless be able to perceive the living one who occupies himself
    • matter of lesser concern. We should gladly pursue it. Yet we should
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    • After death we are unable to penetrate the darkness unless we have
    • life goes through the gate of death. Now you see what a hopeless
    • would become less and less able. For if a person has deliberately
    • be even less able in a following life to prepare organs for himself.
    • them. Unless the link is established between man and man on earth, it
    • person in the spiritual world unless we have first met him on earth.
    • Christ impulse and permeates himself with it, he can nevertheless
    • incarnations nevertheless have the opportunity of meeting him between
    • Unless man is able to take with him the light to illumine his
    • beings that surround us to be beings who cannot be perceived unless
    • the mission of the earth unless we have first contacted them by way
    • that happen, and this is of no less importance for life.
    • present. An endless number of eggs are destroyed. Only a relatively
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    • can never be kindled once we have crossed the gate of death, unless
    • immediate physical surroundings (unless it was in some way
    • that children do not learn to speak unless speech comes to them from
    • unless they are prepared to open their eyes to what can stream from
    • higher hierarchies in this way experience a profound blessedness as a
    • enter a physical existence with less healthful and constructive
    • feelings in us, we sense nevertheless a compensation when we trace
    • phenomena, we can nevertheless sense a definite relief when we
    • useless to the beings of the higher hierarchies.
    • hierarchies in the noblest, most blessed manner. These unused forces
    • One often imagines insight into the spiritual world as a blessed
    • unless the karma of certain souls lacking in conscience were to take
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    • Thus after having cast away more or less completely what still draws
    • magnitude of the Mystery of Golgotha, nevertheless resembled it and
    • Nevertheless, we must not lose sight, spiritually, of the event of
    • of materialism, the less will anyone who really understands the
    • as that of Francis of Assisi will gradually become less and less
    • possible on earth, less and less suitable for external civilization.
    • Nevertheless, between death and rebirth the soul is able to pass
    • in this case a less important factor. What actually has an effect
    • remarkable, magnificent paradox. The greatest blessing for a
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    • The one person has a deep moral sense, the other less so. The one who
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    • The deeper we enter into the super-sensible world, the less do
    • Nevertheless, Christianity rightly understood bears within it the
    • understanding for all human beings unless we have gained a connection
    • cannot weigh. A conviction of this sort is as senseless in relation
    • mainly active in the deeper structure of the head, less in the hands
    • and feet, less also in the trunk, but going from the head towards the
    • reveals that a person who dies at an early age is less childlike in
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    • nevertheless are in some way through their feelings connected with
    • not behave in this way unless in a certain sense we found such
    • so forth has no sense because these laws are meaningless in the
    • spiritual world, they are nevertheless not able to form concepts and
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    • triangle, the lion, or something else. At first it seems hopeless to
    • all triangles. And because it not only seems hopeless, but is
    • hopeless for ordinary human thinking, therefore all conventional
    • are not less and not more than a hundred possible thalers.
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    • lecture unless one tries to get a kind of living grasp of what
    • where lies the root of countless misunderstandings with regard to the
    • endless ingenuity on behalf of Materialism or of Spiritism, and just
    • meaning unless there is within it a progressive tendency; unless from
    • show that the world would be purposeless and meaningless if ideas
    • is inconceivable unless these beings are individual beings. That is,
    • unconscious, but which nevertheless develop the dimmest of concepts
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    • the rest. Countless varieties of brain-activity arise from the fact
    • possibility that man can exist in endless variety in this world.
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    • less feeling there is for Spiritual Science, the more strongly will
    • The world is boundless, both qualitatively and quantitatively. And it
    • will be a blessing when there are individual souls who wish for clear
    • which could throw endless light on much other physiological knowledge
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    • triangle, the lion, or something else. At first it seems hopeless to
    • all triangles. And because it not only seems hopeless, but is
    • hopeless for ordinary human thinking, therefore all conventional
    • are not less and not more than a hundred possible thalers.
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    • lecture unless one tries to get a kind of living grasp of what
    • where lies the root of countless misunderstandings with regard to the
    • endless ingenuity on behalf of Materialism or of Spiritism, and just
    • meaning unless there is within it a progressive tendency; unless from
    • show that the world would be purposeless and meaningless if ideas
    • is inconceivable unless these beings are individual beings. That is,
    • unconscious, but which nevertheless develop the dimmest of concepts
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    • the rest. Countless varieties of brain-activity arise from the fact
    • possibility that man can exist in endless variety in this world.
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    • less feeling there is for Spiritual Science, the more strongly will
    • The world is boundless, both qualitatively and quantitatively. And it
    • will be a blessing when there are individual souls who wish for clear
    • which could throw endless light on much other physiological knowledge
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    • found to be not so meaningless to believe in such a connection. The
    • guiltless life, how there can be unearned pain and suffering. We see
    • but, if we nevertheless examine human nature more closely, we shall
    • some way that suffering is nevertheless connected with something deep
    • lifeless world. But we know too that this physical body is called to
    • Spirit and therefore the spiritual researcher sees how senseless is
    • so-called lifeless only through the manifoldness and complexity of
    • structure is found than exists in the realm of the lifeless. You
    • from dead lifeless albumen through one characteristic. Living albumen
    • immediately, but shall nevertheless feel it dawn a little into the
    • from life. If life arises out of apparently lifeless matter, since
    • would never be a pleasure unless there had been a previous pain. In
    • action; he can doubtless think, but cannot resolve to put thoughts
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    • only in the most selfless way. During the last decades the elementary
    • which were not capable of evolution. Love grows out of the loveless
    • into the service of the self; from then on there was selfless love
    • and the selflessness was good. Man would never have obtained a warm
    • selflessness as regards knowledge is demanded. What the leaven of the
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    • and we make ourselves defenseless against outer nature by rejecting
    • harmless in the organism has arisen in this way and the organism has
    • become dangerous? Haven't we countless opponents who assert that
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    • after the above considerations we feel hopeless, and that is just what
    • respective causes. But people are certainly much less clear as to how
    • something should encounter this cause. Unless this takes place one
    • the idea of karma. Unless a result is produced which reacts upon the
    • being or thing producing it, unless there is this peculiar reacting
    • that thing or being itself; nevertheless we must not call the
    • to each other; nevertheless this relationship is extraordinarily
    • that come to me would not have occurred unless this or that had
    • unless he had known that this or that had happened in his twelfth
    • we have sunk and become of less value; we are less perfect, so to
    • consciousness knows nothing, but which nevertheless works in the same
    • lives of countless human beings?
    • between the two. In our time certain things would not happen unless
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    • self-consciousness; nevertheless he does say that the animal is
    • do nevertheless work as soul in the animal organisation. It is indeed
    • stormy forces from the Earth. The forces of the Sun worked less
    • he will give them when he has come to the freedom and selflessness of
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    • less the passions already so excited at the present time.
    • very lazy housewife had lived there. Now what boundless superstition
    • higher animal reacts correspondingly less to an external injury. The
    • higher the animal is in the scale of evolution so much the less will
    • power is still less. If you mutilate a higher animal it can do nothing
    • instincts with more or less moderation. It follows its plan of life,
    • Science shows how these impressions are none the less accompanied by
    • would otherwise have moved us much less or perhaps not at all now
    • astral body in the animals the etheric body is less active. And we saw
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    • enter into the consciousness; it will run its course more or less in a
    • these forces, he had within him that which led him to be less perfect
    • has no connection whatever with the activities of Lucifer, is useless
    • would be more helped if he died, our assistance must nevertheless
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    • influenced. We then pointed out that view prevailed more or less until
    • is quite true that the doctors of this school were powerless against
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    • as science calls infections. Nevertheless, if we go deeper into the
    • again and again more or less renowned musicians born (there were more
    • than twenty more or less renowned musicians in Bach's family). We
    • sound, it is nevertheless true, that we search with a different degree
    • we take precautions to render such infections less effective, and that
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    • unless the hearer has previously passed through the sphere of absolute
    • receive Ahriman as well. Nothing can defend us against Ahriman unless
    • over-estimation of ourselves, and will make us less subservient to our
    • development of man and of his individuality unless it be brought forth
    • pain, damage that renders useless the organ which it attacks.
    • which he nevertheless has made his most important domain. Even if
    • nevertheless, through all the conditions which are determined by the
    • are those which bring blessings in the rain and the sunshine; but they
    • which render an organ useless are beneficent forces because they work
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    • make us less perfect than we should otherwise be. Whilst acting upon
    • which are nevertheless delusive. It may happen for instance that he
    • He will nevertheless see a distorted image. In the same way does it
    • expression, but unless we have bridged the chasm from within, this
    • inner being become considerably less perfect than we were before, and
    • the etheric and physical bodies. Even in dreamless sleep we have a
    • Plants live continually in the consciousness of dreamless sleep. The
    • this dreamless sleep consciousness that is active. The ordinary
    • for the sake of the world. Nevertheless, their personal fates are
    • encounter a period somewhat less clean, we now again, in our own
    • himself. It is nevertheless a reappearance of what went before.
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    • must first be thawed. Therefore a man will be inclined to absorb less
    • affects the soul life even less. The consequence of this is that the
    • penetrate less deeply into the organism in the next incarnation. He
    • incarnation the organism is less impregnated. So comes the inclination
    • and the effects are far different. The less dense substances would
    • body until, at the moment of death, it has become altogether useless.
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    • karma, be it to a greater or less extent. Such questions as these one
    • may nevertheless be fully proved. I should like, however, to take this
    • said that the soul of man can penetrate more or less deeply into
    • One could distinguish about seventy such elements. You will doubtless
    • nevertheless, before us an act of love, although the action may be
    • the substance woven out of light becomes less perfect than it was
    • less defiled by man, there must be something which can be found
    • bring about a cure, we may nevertheless help on the cure by specific
    • connections, some suffering may not properly be lessened, this does
    • less than that we, if in any way we alter the direction of karma,
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    • countless individuals, of wishes and enthusiasms fostering the impulse
    • cultural impulse, so that through countless centuries of human
    • Think of the numberless experiences which were gone through in ancient
    • bear fruit for every separate individual, quite regardless of what
    • has nevertheless become a lasting possession. It is just like a tree
    • — nevertheless we shall accept it with enthusiasm, and we shall
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    • world. Nevertheless, soul development is necessarily different for
    • between death and new birth. Nevertheless a kind of soul darkness
    • Nevertheless for human nature to concede that in clear words an
    • monistic age either. And yet it would be a blessing for our present
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    • upon human thinking in a very real way — nevertheless, he does!
    • Nevertheless, in the depths of their souls, the craving
    • activity he can create, flows more or less into the general world of
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    • should become more or less accustomed to the fact that the way of
    • nothing at all in the elemental world unless we become a different
    • person within every other being, indeed unless we become similar to a
    • world; asleep, we do not perceive it. Nevertheless we have to allow
    • oneself in another entity one feels less sympathy. No! Sympathies of
    • lies more or less in the shadow of thought beings. Here clairvoyant
    • powerless into the elemental world; this we must avoid if we hope to
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    • and observe. Nevertheless, when you look into my books
    • physical world. Reading today is based more or less on the relation
    • justification. Nevertheless when you go more deeply into such
    • from all that!” Nevertheless, through what we have known for a
    • has spoken with more or less understanding of the Cosmic Word; now,
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    • properly unless our explanations involve atoms by way of a
    • Capesius more or less sought help for his state of soul from his
    • more or less related to one another and belonged to the same family.
    • words are much less ordinary and conventional; they possess a soul,
    • Benedictus gave Capesius as examples, how senseless it is to wish to
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    • one notices this less in music, here too things lead to
    • more dominant than Ahriman. Nevertheless, what we said before is
    • physical, they will nevertheless have to rise above the
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    • nevertheless thoroughly independent living thought-beings.
    • beings; nevertheless people are unaware of them. Every night we are
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    • with complete selflessness, that they desire simply nothing at all
    • that for himself is perhaps much less egoistic than those who indulge
    • in the dream that they are selfless, or those who assume a certain
    • declaim their selflessness in all sorts of repetitions of the words
    • to bring about somewhat less naturally, as we have discussed earlier.
    • forth, becoming less and less distinct, of course, as it grows
    • described in many lectures — and nevertheless separate from it.
    • becomes less and less distinct. We watch it gradually drifting away
    • a real forgetting takes place, all the sooner the less the soul
    • proves to have been prepared and strengthened. Selfless, unegoistic
    • or less hinted at, but gradually, from Scene Three onwards, we see
    • spirit-land, unless we get the feeling — though a somewhat
    • being impaired unless we can feel how the forces of Strader's
    • Strader unless we connect Strader's visionary picture with his
    • turn its destructive, power at some time on himself; unless, too, we
    • understood unless we bear in mind both the rightful and the unlawful
    • rightful place of the movement will not be reached unless we keep one
    • certainly stagnate and become sclerotic unless it receives
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    • the great world of nature, is the realm of the lifeless. Especially
    • surrounded by numberless forces which incessantly influence them,
    • how guileless these people are! In the same pamphlet one finds the
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    • existence, we know that countless germs of life arise and that but
    • attention, that out of a limitless domain of immeasurable
    • numberless grains which go quite a different way from that which is
    • birth, it seems to push down numberless life-germs as if into an
    • truth; and the countless other pictures that surround this one must
    • vanish into lifeless space. This one picture will arise from
    • countless others and will prove itself to be an expression of the
    • countless visions are possible and we must develop, so that we can
    • reality really emerge out of the limitless possibility of visions.
    • the world without, where we find numberless possibilities for
    • life numberless germs can only, so to speak, half emerge and but few
    • have called the limitless world of visions. Here we must in the first
    • place understand what this boundless world of vision really means. It
    • is only possible for a few things out of the limitless spiritual life
    • to do with a numberless variety of phenomena. If, as human beings
    • soul, makes man restless, throws him into doubt, draws him hither and
    • finds expression, is none the less present. The person whose mental
    • possess as selected visions, singled out from the measureless
    • and more spiritual. There remained outside ever less and less which
    • and more will enter into life and ever less will remain outside that
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    • that there may be some difficulties in understanding me. Regardless of
    • “immortal part.” Nevertheless, he had a feeling for the
    • Roman civilization. Nevertheless, the way in which we understand right
    • under Catiline, the endless and most terrible slave wars — this
    • whom one could attribute selfless motives. He was a man of
    • is nevertheless used for the progress of humanity. The Greece that
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    • nothing less than to create for themselves a separate world where
    • bodies that still came to birth would have been degenerate. Egoless
    • ruthlessness, stubborn egoism, that continuous stirring up of
    • been habitable for egoless human beings who would have remained on
    • more or less instinctive, is nevertheless the first impulse to a free
    • gaze quite selflessly to the outer world to work in it and to gain
    • still feels it to be a little unfree. Nevertheless, he knew it was a
    • of America and also powerful ahrimanic onslaughts. They worked less
    • comes upon me in such bewilderment and in such boundless dimensions
    • such boundless dimensions that my poor being cannot grasp it. It
    • that are less calculated to arouse passions and emotions. Let me
    • meaningless to portray an abstract Socrates who might have lived
    • anywhere, anytime, and it would have been equally meaningless for him
    • Christ. Nevertheless, it is the Christ conceived as living. Not
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    • purpose of evolution to see things so peaceful and harmless. That is
    • good because beneath this peacefulness and harmlessness the very
    • called ahrimanic in the fullest sense. Nevertheless, certain feelings
    • powerless as well as its knowledge. Thus the knowledge assimilated by
    • to be understood less and less from their inner qualities of soul and
    • present day. They are wholesome impulses. Nevertheless, they represent
    • true but false, inverted, unless it is based on the knowledge of man.
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    • or less in the same way. When one looks back, one imagines that one
    • Copernican world conception in future, this truth is nevertheless
    • less involuntary. The force enabling him to reach a certain knowledge
    • him nearer the spiritual world but also allowed him less freedom. Man
    • however, never advance beyond a grasp of the dead and lifeless. Were
    • earthly evolution, man would only understand the dead and lifeless.
    • spiritual, would be lost. The lifeless alone can be the object of the
    • less rapidly than longings. It was along materialistic lines that man
    • consequently also powerless because it had to stop short at the
    • of the thinking that had become powerless in the new age and could no
    • spiritists or spiritualists, but who knew, nevertheless, what was
    • environment. Nevertheless, none of this group was sufficiently
    • contemporary environment but with death, with the lifeless. This was
    • lifeless. Here in the material world, through the kind of knowledge
    • that belongs to modern times, one learns about the lifeless. Through
    • material, the lifeless, the dead, so also through this spiritual
    • lifeless and to knowledge and worship of the lifeless.
    • Yet, they are only fitted for approaching the lifeless. The content of
    • more or less directly to a cult and worship of the lifeless; the
    • moral defects, those moral defects that work in the lifeless, one will
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    • way that it would have become a great earthly mechanism for ego-less
    • make men into ego-less beings was frustrated. It was precisely the
    • like to hear the truth but only blessedness, as it is often called.
    • initiated black magician by the deed of Vitzliputzli. Nevertheless, so
    • of the senses, whereby this life would become egoless. For if
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    • mighty task was set, less to thought than to deep feeling, which aimed
    • less hatred than the desire to rid the world of such a Society and to
    • countless persons in the nation would also look on that as something
    • The Great, the Nameless Spirit in his wrath
    • Nevertheless, it lives on in spiritualized form.
    • countless others on Goethe that have appeared throughout the
    • They brought a shapeless thing of iron to light,
    • Though known to none, yet with its ancient blessing
    • Though known to one, yet with its ancient blessing
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    • from 1509 to 1547, less for its historical content than in order to
    • anything about him, but the influences of such men nevertheless go
    • the matter. This mood, which is poured out over countless European
    • of events, namely, that countless numbers of these Knights were
    • tunnel. Tunnels are not built nowadays unless certain calculations are
    • is by no means rooted in reality; it is far less so than was an
    • senseless statement!” This happened not at all long ago; many
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    • fearlessness, to admit that the world of thought is not a reality, in
    • others, meaningless. No one thinks any more about the meaning, because
    • make myself a spreader of this rumour.” Countless people think in
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    • for unless they understand what it is that has happened they cannot
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    • such is the case, but nevertheless the most fatal things in this
    • must be taken. Nevertheless, the further question must be asked:
    • hallucination of the Mystery of Golgotha, neither more nor less. Now,
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • Ego it is more or less only a point in our soul-life. The content of
    • this Ego is a firm point of support, but it is nevertheless only a
    • revelations are nothing less than that which definitely (in a certain
    • after inner spiritual experience are there nevertheless, and even
    • ‘experiences’, people are helpless and without power of
    • resistance when they meet it. People know even less of that
    • less of that other bond, the unconditioned direct union between God
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    • within himself, less open to Nature but on that account more with his
    • parts of a machine are lifeless and allow themselves to be fitted in,
    • that prevent us from passing by sleepily and heedlessly, what is
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    • worlds which is no less exact, no less conscientious in the sense of
    • the feelings of our soul-life are far less clear and filled with light
    • less clear and have less light. But from what we know already in the
    • passes unnoticed in the ordinary everyday thought-life, and pay less
    • memories of the past appear more or less dully in the ordinary
    • ‘birthlessness’ or ‘unbornness’ (just as we speak of deathlessness or
    • second stage we learn to know our birthlessness, our eternal on the
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    • as he comprehends, in a certain sense, only lifeless nature. It is an
    • representing only lifeless nature; they will be able to create organic
    • initiation he found that in a sense he was becoming less
    • becoming less in possession of himself. His ego-consciousness was
    • Mystery of Golgotha, and that unless that understanding had still
    • conquers death so can the divine in the human soul. Nevertheless the
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    • the dry, matter-of-fact intellect can comprehend. Nevertheless, when
    • perfect human form back to less perfect ones, farther and farther back
    • less human than themselves but as beings more spiritual. They beheld
    • — more or less suitably, according to the inner imaginative
    • factor whose form and shape reflects the originally formless-living
    • existed as the formless divine. So man can gaze upon the whole of
    • before us the burgeoning substance and nature of plants, the endless
    • incomprehensible for us unless we are able to see them as images of
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    • evolution in the same way — though possibly to a lesser degree
    • so to a lesser degree in the case of the Michael Festival; but
    • colorless — as though spirituality emaciating us — when our
    • can endure this — if perhaps through soullessness he forces
    • himself to Gemütlessness — the process
    • accepted, they produce less feeling in him than would an electrifying
    • them. This men can do if they will receive the lessons of the
    • material factor: unless they are rank materialists they have preserved
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    • and relaxation, hope and disappointment. Nevertheless, the dream
    • distorted the moment we enter this more or less subconscious world.
    • analogies people think it is paradoxical. Nevertheless, in the state
    • As soon as we enter the cosmos it is useless to apply the results of
    • reduced, in addition, even to speaking more or less abstractly —
    • has this peculiarity: while imaginations stamp themselves less readily
    • dreamlike clairvoyance — but clairvoyance, nevertheless
    • became enlightened in the same way. — Doubtless many a modern college
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    • from that of a lifeless thing, so nature, hitherto mute, will begin to
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    • unless I can draw the upper part in such a manner that I think of it
    • understand the form of a true Grecian sculptured head unless you have
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    • them without prejudice, that unless a man finds his way into the
    • his gymnastic exercises regardless of the weather.
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    • nevertheless it actually points to a significant reality. That which
    • good and useless memories; for the earth is simply teeming with what
    • was that I carelessly upset the ink-pot on it and thereby damaged two
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    • one cannot help doing so, that there are countless quartz and similar
    • nevertheless true — the other form is that in which this speech
    • not penetrate into the body through the breathing and in an endlessly
    • of growth man becomes powerless.
    • toes or the heel, whether it bends the knees more or less strongly —
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    • and which we regard as non-living, lifeless; even this atmosphere
    • less important part, and sulphur and phosphorous a still less
    • countless manifold forces which stream down to the earth from the
    • no idea; nevertheless they are absolutely true. Does it not
    • earth the metals had really not much else to do, unless man made some
    • atmosphere changed also. It became a different atmosphere, much less
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    • fire-water-fire-water; but this is nothing more nor less than the
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    • overcome as in other similar cases; they offer nevertheless, even to
    • occasions soundless silence prevailed around them. They were led up
    • temple. And now the pupil saw, after he once again in soundless
    • again in soundless silence, after the priest had gone out leaving the
    • the worthlessness of the knowledge which in this physical world one
    • this side, that much that is valued on this side is worthless on
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    • nevertheless in his sense organs. He felt his being in his eyes, he
    • rightly symbolized in outer nature in snow and ice, unless Initiation
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    • often are. Nevertheless, they are
    • them, so that he cannot approach them unless he has awakened in
    • Mysteries of the former wisdom, instinctive indeed, but none the less
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    • transpired in physical life. Less and less did humanity in general
    • would be over-powered by sight, as it were, unless this effect of
    • ego-forces would be shattered unless this power of memory were
    • earth carries today in itself, even in a lifeless condition, the lead
    • ancient Eleusinian Mystery wisdom. These writings containing, less of
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    • to the Mystery pupils in Northern Greece — between the lesser
    • unless we know the plant. What should we do, for instance, with a
    • seed which appears like this _ unless we knew, at the same time, what
    • can you make of the copper which is found in the earth unless you
    • the powerlessness of modern man.
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    • things, would nevertheless say: “I will go through all the fire
    • old unless one knows that he spoke always of the earth as a divine
    • So there arose countless
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    • more and more powerless; but thinking is set in motion by the
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    • hazily, but nonetheless permeated by spirit and soul, has
    • conceivable that someone might think it useless to adopt the
    • science as worthless and taking refuge in a spiritualized
    • adequately about the human brain unless he sees in its
    • soul, but is nonetheless believed to be there, is thrown into
    • but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
    • in the human being unless you investigate them by means of this
    • knowledge, knowledge made real — regardless of whether we
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    • lawfulness, the physical-solid lawfulness; the fluid is less
    • directly related, the gaseous still less directly, and the
    • nonetheless a truth, resulting indeed from modern science
    • not quite the same, the process being less definite.) Now it
    • within the sphere of earthly lawfulness unless other factors
    • organization in a less solid way than in the plant) and
    • organization cannot come into being unless there is a direct
    • liver, and still less any bile. These things develop in the
    • supersensibly but that indicate, nevertheless, that the
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    • unless we differentiate, theoretically to begin with, the
    • Nevertheless, it is always true that we can understand these
    • radiates from the head organization, it is nonetheless possible
    • and such a lesson causes certain symptoms of fatigue in the
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms
    • said that we must pay attention to whether more or less fatigue
    • nevertheless be verified in detail. The obstacles that make
    • unless you bring about a real reaction. This reaction comes to
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    • and becoming healthy — cannot really be understood unless
    • plant is led over into the realm of the most weightless
    • of buoyancy, just think what having more or less of these
    • proper provision for the kidney organs and even less for the
    • organization in general is not less active, but it does not
    • substances that have the tendency to develop into rounder, less
    • “pure” science, but it is true nevertheless.
    • what I have described, we will always find that there is less
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    • way they ought to be. Nevertheless, before the scheduled lecturer arrives,
    • This materialism nevertheless had a kind of mission, you could say. It
    • which, to be sure, must nevertheless be overcome in our time — it is
    • barely manifest organically but that nevertheless are always based in the
    • nevertheless appears to us in the carcinomatous process, it will be
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    • in greater or lesser satisfaction for the patient than is the case
    • suppressed, as it were, to a lesser degree of activity so that later
    • sees this restless stirring of the soul-spiritual in the organism as
    • driven beyond the fruitless, materialistic approaches in which
    • but how it nevertheless exists in life as something continually being
    • into the spirit, to take it up more or less naively, to take it up in
    • less strongly than normal allows something to precipitate out, so to
    • Of course such illnesses may seem less interesting as a result, but
    • this is nevertheless the case. It naturally seems more interesting if
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    • circles, it will nevertheless remain undesirable for an excessively
    • primarily in the head, it nevertheless extends over the entire
    • located essentially in the head; nevertheless the head activity
    • carefully in all its countless individual details. If one enters into
    • students will have to study not more but less. And because this study
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    • Nevertheless, I would still like to contribute something in this
    • on another form in the abdominal system, but it will nevertheless
    • We are thus able to say, more or less, that the head system is the
    • astral body, and also no ego-activity. Nevertheless it grows toward
    • in the female organism of those forces that are less bound to the
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    • that was once seen in a cloud, but none the less permeated by Spirit
    • is quite conceivable that someone might think it useless to adopt the
    • worthless and taking refuge in a spiritualised science brought down
    • that anyone can speak adequately about the human brain unless he sees
    • less believed to be there, is thrown into the reservoir of the
    • to-day, but nevertheless it will reveal itself to us as a truth.
    • to explain the metabolic processes in the human being unless we
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    • corresponding (physical) system of laws; the fluid is less directly
    • related, the gaseous still less directly, and the element of warmth
    • acknowledge but which is none the less a truth, following indeed from
    • quite the same, the process being less definite.) Now it would be
    • law unless other factors were present. The process is possible in the
    • latter case in a less solid form) and ‘fixes’ the
    • the organisation of soul cannot come into action unless there is a
    • no developed liver, and still less any bile. These develop in the
    • nevertheless, that the empirical data must be followed up in this or
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    • activity in the organism unless — theoretically in the first
    • the less possible for the metabolism to press too far forward, if it
    • Such and such a lesson causes certain symptoms of fatigue in the
    • child; such and such a lesson gives rise to different symptoms of
    • make a great deal appear fantastic. Everything can, nevertheless, be
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    • unintelligible unless the so-called normal functions are regarded as
    • the kidneys, and even less for the stomach; the stomach which is
    • themselves less active, but they do not work in their own
    • which have the tendency to develop into rounder, less elongated
    • science, but it is true, nevertheless.
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
    • me assure you once again that there is no question of a profitless,
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    • or less, this fact is expressed in the way in which the society of
    • that of a contemplative spectator; it has retreated more or less
    • this connection and we shall never be able to deal with these unless
    • concerned with more or less abstract laws of nature, and facts of the
    • of mind has arisen, powerless to develop national economy as a
    • much less scathing in his criticism. But he gives no answer to the
    • Marxism has, nevertheless, a strong influence on the minds, the views
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    • fact that in a larger scheme the errors are less easily detected than
    • demand nothing less than that this hierarchy of the central
    • associations, are all alike useless; but what they do not see is that
    • were less dogmatic in their ideas and more willing to learn from
    • cooperates actively and ceaselessly in industrial life and is
    • and employed has long since become useless; it is no longer there but
    • structure, especially in this section of it. There are countless
    • well-known endless screw is still turning! (See:
    • paradoxical which we must nevertheless understand. Consider how
    • often find things absurd which must, nevertheless, be said because
    • over again that those who are more or less dependent on the mere
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    • Woodrow Wilson himself amounted to nothing more or less than the
    • eluded us. They go their own way more or less. We have not found the
    • that at present countless educated and uneducated persons of
    • equity is more or less neglected.
    • more or less untouched by the present unsocial conditions have
    • feeling alone is powerless, if the fundamental imagination is absent.
    • understand the nature of the democratic demands unless we look at
    • longing for democracy, more or less fulfilled in the various regions
    • happened countless numbers of times. This peculiarity of the modern
    • less than the spirit, expressed in the words and put into the form of
    • Where the customs are less simple, this is no longer possible.
    • His work was a real pleasure to him. There is, of course, always less
    • and less of this personal tie between the worker and his work. Its
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    • every quarter have shown themselves powerless to reconstruct the
    • mysterious nonsense, false and senseless mysticism, many varieties of
    • to its present life. These views have been clearly proved useless in
    • that those painters have succeeded more or less well in depicting the
    • evolution of our art has nevertheless taken. In like manner we have
    • Because countless treatises on the will exist at the present day, or
    • lifeless allegory; he will know the living spirit and will be able to
    • development we can look back in our thirty-fifth year at the lessons
    • when the teacher descends to the banality of the object-lesson, which
    • the old means useless. If we have any idea of molding social life. we
    • whole nature of the human being, and therefore, unless supplemented
    • good deal less pretentious than the others who up to now have given
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    • the conditions of ownership. and that means neither more nor less
    • the degree that by its nature it is more or less serviceable,
    • become powerless with regard to external life. The free spiritual
    • pearls by a lady. Many people would regard this as a very harmless
    • neither more nor less than a system of trading. Social life is a
    • be possible to bring about a sound future unless what is thought in
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    • bring forth something which will meet the more or less conscious
    • love is certainly less evident in our day. In speaking of egoism, we
    • of the human being, unless we regard it as belonging to the sphere of
    • his fellowmen, need not be less egoistic in life than the other; for
    • egoism. In the love of country, in patriotism, egoism doubtless rises
    • rightly so. But that ideal is, nevertheless, rooted in human egoism.
    • sound less idealistic, but it is the true one.
    • clearly enough that the powerlessness of this abstract trend of
    • intermission, without any lessening of understanding each other, in
    • carried on. Unless such means are created, the old so-called national
    • will say: But this is the height of sheer idealism! Nevertheless, in
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    • begin and try to give a more or less complete picture of the questions
    • which remained more or less the same over long periods, and to human
    • Nevertheless they are heavy: they are heavy for they contain iron.
    • economic life was still more or less dependent on the capability and
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    • comparatively cheap. There is a Society with a more or less famous man
    • we are referring. Needless to say, anyone who desires the progress of
    • nonsensical way. Nevertheless, here again there is the underlying idea
    • in Nature — more fluctuating, less capable of being grasped with
    • difficult in the first lessons: but as a result of it — you will
    • much to do to build it. Nevertheless, in the true economic sense, we
    • part and parcel of their organisation: it belongs to them, no less
    • condition. Nevertheless, this fact will always be in evidence: The
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    • was to do more or less never became a pressing question, not at any
    • immediately religious and ethical impulses became less effective in
    • less closely merged. I mean, of course, religious organisations in the
    • nevertheless it is so. What one produces for oneself does not enter
    • that reason, cost him less at the tradesman's. He cannot make it as
    • price will tend to arise. Whether there be one middleman more or less
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    • example of the tailor, who, I said, works less cheaply if he makes his
    • occur'; nevertheless I purposely chose the above rather crude example
    • will observe in his balance-sheet how much less income he has derived
    • cheapened becomes effective. Nevertheless, sooner or later it will
    • nevertheless how the economic process is built up little by little of
    • nevertheless the Nature-product still shines through the human Labour.
    • you see less and less of it. And we may go still farther. Suppose the
    • solved at all unless we proceed in this exact way. But we must not
    • inside a thing. Nevertheless, we must conceive inwardly the countless
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    • credit, I shall only have to pay a small sum for it. Having less
    • the amount of money becomes less; then the commodities will be
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    • whole economic process. Needless to say — to begin with, such a
    • product.” Abstract as it is, this formula is none the less
    • domain of economics, this formula is no less exhaustive than, say, the
    • less interest to pay, he will be less hampered in his use of the
    • cited that luckless fellow, the Indian book-keeper, who has to keep
    • not be built unless the differential calculus had been discovered. To
    • spiritual work. Nevertheless he is still working with the resources
    • economic sense they are none the less free gifts, and such gifts are
    • lessen the value of the inheritance if, say, it has a value V and we
    • indirectly it is true — but none the less extraordinarily
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    • price of Labour has gone up.” If he has to be paid less,
    • convenient but less expensive. We should have no need of money if it
    • nevertheless, a true price. The commodities sold by the man in the
    • to the pure “Labour-less” valuation — a valuation
    • rents harmless in the economic life? But in the first, place we must
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    • take place at all, unless there are both supply and demand in
    • the market or even of the pure, “marketless” exchange of
    • demand. He demands less when for his pocket the price is too high;
    • between commodities and rights. Nevertheless, in the actual economic
    • is in a less favourable social situation. The products which he sells
    • have less value at the point where he sells them than at the point
    • none the less, in the prevailing theories. And so we have this
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    • which would otherwise be economically necessary. Needless to say, this
    • arrive at a healthy economic process unless, in the first place, it is
    • second place, unless they have the goodwill and intelligence to give
    • most productive; loaned and borrowed Capital is less productive, in
    • the “before and after” cannot be taken into account unless
    • Circulating Capital is more or less covered by these three categories:
    • authority is more or less cultivated, we see the consequences. For, in
    • course it always showed itself in a kind of mask; nevertheless it
    • is competition none the less. Productivity in trade — such
    • Strangely enough, this “subjectless” economic life, this
    • “subjectless” circulation of money, was accompanied by
    • “objectless Imperialism” — Imperialism without an
    • hand, the subjectless circulation of money, impersonal and unnatural;
    • and, on the other hand, objectless Imperialism. Characteristic as they
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    • nevertheless, it is Labour which sets economic value in motion. The
    • Economics. This question cannot be seen clearly unless we try again
    • learned — to think in the course of your studies. Nevertheless,
    • lymphatic gland must absorb more, and in another less. Not only so; in
    • and a lymphatic gland at another place must absorb less. Digestion is
    • preaching: “If men will only become selfless, if they will only
    • fulfil the categorical imperative of selflessness, the economic life
    • selflessness cannot help being inherent in the very circulation of the
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    • conviction. Nevertheless, the reality of life refuted them. The War
    • complicated. Nevertheless, we can detect certain underlying
    • at, unless and until they are permeated with world-economic thinking,
    • more if it is worked up in one way, or less if it is worked up in
    • other people do the work. Unless he himself in the meantime sees to it
    • the Physiocrats, for example, nevertheless the land is of fundamental
    • the land as the more or less fixed and given foundation of that which
    • can somehow get the means to pay for it, and pay more or less dearly.
    • have to be further divided; and unless B can also be increased in its
    • improving the bird-life of the country. It may be done in countless
    • a lesser degree of insight cleverer people may immigrate from another
    • exports and imports can be more or less disregarded. After all, there
    • may become, represents an economic domain more or less self-contained,
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    • market, or in the circulation of goods, is really of far less economic
    • greater or less value to a certain sum of money. I mean value not only
    • sovereigns were as big as tables it would indeed be less comfortable
    • depends on purchase-money, gift-money simply becomes valueless. It
    • purchase-money, the less will he be able to give them — that is
    • good purchase-money, needless to say. But now suppose that you are an
    • At this point, needless to say, there must be some rejuvenating
    • hopeless confusion of values by failing to distinguish loaned money,
    • money to lend. You will not let him lend it in a senseless way. You
    • an Association which will bring the valueless money back again into
    • place, till I have less of it — or things have become dearer. But
    • in this very “having less” or “becoming
    • the greater or lesser age of the money. To perceive the economic
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    • not be possible to grasp with ordinary common sense, unless we look
    • conceived in an economic sense), and their school lessons — with
    • lessons, the parsons and teachers would have to do physical work.
    • only need for half as many sermons and school lessons. What will then
    • worker are of less value, relatively speaking; he will not get more
    • bodily work has a less powerful effect on the valuing process.
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    • each other. Nevertheless, by taking hold of the economic process from
    • Spirit or intelligence to it. Nevertheless even his work has its
    • find in Economics are always open to objection, unless you conceive of
    • giving my shilling quite thoughtlessly for this or that, there is
    • you on your way. Nevertheless, as I well know, these are the
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    • Consequently, the hopelessly prosaic, the semi-barbarous civilisation
    • took place at the Mystery of Golgotha was really nothing less than
    • to ridicule. Nevertheless, it is absolutely necessary that this
    • religion, unless man receives a new revelation. Ponder it all, and it
    • less strong must we be, — each one of us in the positive power
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    • spiritual worlds. And in the 17th century when a rather less distant
    • mankind on Earth today is no less grave than that, and we should
    • Sun is no mere ball of gas; it is in fact something less than space —
    • Earth is acting as a magnet. It is no less naive when someone thinks
    • related to one another none the less, but the relationship is
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    • perhaps too much. I intend nevertheless making the bold attempt to
    • his breath. In the air he breathes, countless substances are present
    • nevertheless a fact that every night man grows out into the
    • a very dim one. Nevertheless it is more assuredly there; the
    • accompanied by a more or less intense feeling of anxiety, —
    • nevertheless continually being taken — in this case, from our
    • of sleep were less bewildering. In our time it is exceedingly
    • all about it; but he hardly can unless he has received, with the
    • you colours and sounds, for instance, unless you had in your body
    • eyes and ears, and unless you could breathe and had within you lungs
    • “spirit land,” unless you had within you Mercury, Venus,
    • Nevertheless it is a true picture that I am giving you, and it will
    • blessing of the Cosmos as it hovers over a cornfield that is just
    • opening into flower, I rest in the blessing of the Cosmos as it
    • study of history has, of course, become hopelessly abstract in our
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
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    • another angle. Unless we have allowed ourselves to become completely
    • force, and so it will come about that Saturn has less power over him.
    • less, sympathy — through the various starry spheres. And this
    • through the sphere of Venus the soul is endowed with greater or less
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
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    • perceive them with our senses; nevertheless they are there, and they
    • phenomena of wind and weather, which are more or less generally
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
    • phenomena we observe in the tides and less frequently in volcanic
    • have in this way arrived at a perhaps paradoxical, but nevertheless
    • become an ego-less dreamer, who is, as one says, “not in his
    • less than it was in olden times. That man is unaware of it makes no
    • ego-less dreamers. And so you have no choice but to continue this
    • restless alternation between triumphant joy and the grief of acute
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    • human being rendered lifeless, while all the soul and spirit and the
    • spiritual atmosphere which is there around the Earth no less than is
    • all the imperfections of our heart — more or less deep or
    • our future life under the ceaseless influence of this speaking of the
    • spreads, the less will it remain a mere theory; it will pour out into
    • unless he goes out to meet it with his own active contribution —
    • unless he opens out his mind to spiritual enlightenment and
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    • Consequently, the hopelessly prosaic, the semi-barbarous civilisation
    • took place at the Mystery of Golgotha was really nothing less than
    • to ridicule. Nevertheless, it is absolutely necessary that this
    • religion, unless man receives a new revelation. Ponder it all, and it
    • less strong must we be, — each one of us in the positive power
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    • spiritual worlds. And in the 17th century when a rather less distant
    • mankind on Earth today is no less grave than that, and we should
    • Sun is no mere ball of gas; it is in fact something less than space —
    • Earth is acting as a magnet. It is no less naive when someone thinks
    • related to one another none the less, but the relationship is
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    • perhaps too much. I intend nevertheless making the bold attempt to
    • his breath. In the air he breathes, countless substances are present
    • nevertheless a fact that every night man grows out into the
    • a very dim one. Nevertheless it is more assuredly there; the
    • accompanied by a more or less intense feeling of anxiety, —
    • nevertheless continually being taken — in this case, from our
    • of sleep were less bewildering. In our time it is exceedingly
    • all about it; but he hardly can unless he has received, with the
    • you colours and sounds, for instance, unless you had in your body
    • eyes and ears, and unless you could breathe and had within you lungs
    • “spirit land,” unless you had within you Mercury, Venus,
    • Nevertheless it is a true picture that I am giving you, and it will
    • blessing of the Cosmos as it hovers over a cornfield that is just
    • opening into flower, I rest in the blessing of the Cosmos as it
    • study of history has, of course, become hopelessly abstract in our
    • Beings, how it was with him later when less and less of the wisdom
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    • another angle. Unless we have allowed ourselves to become completely
    • force, and so it will come about that Saturn has less power over him.
    • less, sympathy — through the various starry spheres. And this
    • through the sphere of Venus the soul is endowed with greater or less
    • dear to you has died, think how the memory of the event grows less
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    • perceive them with our senses; nevertheless they are there, and they
    • phenomena of wind and weather, which are more or less generally
    • for him can nevertheless be truthfully described as good.
    • phenomena we observe in the tides and less frequently in volcanic
    • have in this way arrived at a perhaps paradoxical, but nevertheless
    • become an ego-less dreamer, who is, as one says, “not in his
    • less than it was in olden times. That man is unaware of it makes no
    • ego-less dreamers. And so you have no choice but to continue this
    • restless alternation between triumphant joy and the grief of acute
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    • human being rendered lifeless, while all the soul and spirit and the
    • spiritual atmosphere which is there around the Earth no less than is
    • all the imperfections of our heart — more or less deep or
    • our future life under the ceaseless influence of this speaking of the
    • spreads, the less will it remain a mere theory; it will pour out into
    • unless he goes out to meet it with his own active contribution —
    • unless he opens out his mind to spiritual enlightenment and
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    • this fact is nonetheless of definite, indeed, of great significance.
    • facts of spiritual life, which are more or less new or even entirely
    • incarnation. A person dwelt less and less in those states in which he
    • Krita Yuga, when they felt their impulses to be less determined by
    • assurance of it was less strong in this later time than it had been
    • physical body. Regardless of where they are, souls are encountering
    • take place, it will nonetheless occur.
    • who are especially blessed can perceive Him always in this
    • following image has its material side, we may nevertheless use it
    • mysteries, let us not regard them thoughtlessly as one is likely to
    • the etheric world. Unless they have prepared themselves on earth to
    • moment. It is essential for all the souls now incarnated (regardless
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    • delicacy, that they will be received as a priceless treasure of soul,
    • already could see much less of the spiritual world; the influences of
    • was replaced by the less clear expression, Silver Age. All of these
    • this third age, the Iron Age or Dvapara Yuga. Nevertheless, it still
    • less with the spiritual world. He had formerly experienced this
    • objective, yet it is senseless, because nature continually makes
    • going on nevertheless. It is this fact that we should make clear to
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    • incarnation is worthless, he almost had to overstate this teaching.
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    • less strong in another, according to his particular individual
    • as in other spheres it soon becomes evident to a greater or lesser
    • more similar or less similar to it, or is more or less dissimilar
    • endless books if one wishes to develop everything).
    • to enter into details now, since that would be an endless task, but
    • contemporaries will find it — it is nonetheless true that if
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    • is designated as the so-called Dark Age — the lesser Dark Age —
    • out to be a blessing or a curse, since what is really to occur might
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    • retained a memory, more or less, of the ancient dreamlike condition
    • This lesser Kali Yuga began in about the year 3000 BC and is
    • called blessed. Such a person was a clairvoyant in the old sense, and
    • this when alluding to the physical body, “Blessed are the
    • astral body had to be presented by saying, “Blessed and filled
    • as expression of the purified I. Christ said, therefore, “Blessed
    • as the power of love and harmony. Therefore, Christ says, “Blessed
    • with God or blessed are they who are persecuted for righteousness
    • consider themselves blessed if they must suffer persecution for His
    • not be overlooked and lost to humanity and that those blessed with
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    • nevertheless, we can indicate the exact moment when the conscious
    • and the dark epoch called the lesser Kali Yuga began, in which the
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    • with more or less justification. Our present time, however, in which
    • the physical plane. The lesser Kali Yuga, or the Dark Age, now began
    • Nevertheless, the prophecy of spiritual science will have been
    • spiritual science, however, it is of less concern always to emphasize
    • development, it has preserved a softer, more flexible, less
    • senselessly, without understanding. Human life is really nonsensical
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    • pictures of things regardless of any other factor. Our soul, however,
    • what is right only on the plane of intellect; he is less able to
    • Endeavors to disguise one's nature by day are useless. In the face of
    • it is true nevertheless that many a time when people, even in
    • blessing bestowed upon the person who experiences the awakening in
    • regardless of whether we are still living in the physical body or
    • are pictures of the spiritual world we nevertheless fall far short of
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • always enters a spiritual realm; regardless of whether one enters the
    • or less in the service of those who have an interest in saying what
    • exist or that their activities are harmless. They are by no means
    • harmless; they are, in fact, extremely harmful. They say that human
    • situation. Picture for yourself, therefore, a harmless world of
    • established religious ideas. Picture for yourself such a harmless
    • We imagine here the realm of such a harmless humanity
    • however, these others, these harmless souls, gradually become
    • Indian brotherhoods, who wish no less significantly to interfere in
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    • emerge unless our life of thinking beyond the threshold were not to
    • nevertheless.
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    • washed-out concepts, but is it not nevertheless true that as a symbol
    • hopeless. One should not be at all delighted with these utterances;
    • of congresses, thousands of societies, will not be effective unless
    • reword them is impossible for me, as they are too senseless in their
    • people who are familiar in a selfless way with the great aims of
    • selfless way. Today many people believe that they are able to do
    • groundless. If one once understood what can be said in connection
    • will not understand the events that take place around us unless one
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    • because people do not allow themselves such mental pictures unless
    • come. It advances confidently, and it comes “for the blessing
    • feeling (Gemuet), it will be less and less possible for the spiritual
    • contemporary theologians thus acknowledge that it is useless to look
    • age, from Lessing to Wrede. You will find proof in such a
    • thousands. One could relate thousands of such cases, countless
    • nevertheless true that, with the same exactness with which one
    • Life would become endlessly enriched.
    • in the right way, unless they take the reality of destiny into their
    • things are not taken seriously enough at the present time. Unless
    • immediate future, regardless of the fact that help ought to be
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    • external processes, more or less materially.
    • he perceives, but passes everything by, develops less warmth of his
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    • appears more or less in burning red. You have there a polarity of the
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    • centuries countless priests of the Catholic Church were quite
    • less; but it would all be an experience of soul, and yet at the same
    • unless you be like the mediaevally minded Wagner of Goethe's
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    • Nevertheless, he feels that in Nature one has something that is the
    • who was less recognisable to the pupil than the Spirit of his Youth,
    • but of whom he nevertheless felt that after many years he would
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    • that the inner being of man nevertheless remains unchanged, that the
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    • it is nevertheless the original abode of Man. For ever since the
    • none the less making the Fourth Hierarchy.
    • less ceased. Logic is no longer specifically taught in the schools.
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    • reality. Much of the ancient wisdom has nevertheless maintained a
    • far back, the whole manner of thinking was nevertheless entirely
    • Thinking, unless you know that in reality man experiences Thought by
    • bones really in you. You go inwards, it is true, but nevertheless you
    • many people today but that holds nevertheless, as You will be able to
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    • charlatanry. Nevertheless, as I have explained on former occasions,
    • resistance. The writing itself is done, needless to say, with
    • may very likely repel you. Learn it nevertheless; learn all that can
    • Them. In a greater or lesser degree, the impulses come from Them.
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    • Radiant Spirit-powers, blessing all Worlds!
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    • and lifeless sulphur. And in fact these Nature-spirits, as they billow
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    • mankind is charlatanry. Nevertheless, as I have explained on former
    • afforded resistance. The writing itself is done, needless to say,
    • nevertheless; learn all that can be learned about it by outer Natural
    • impulses to do this or that. In a greater or lesser degree, the
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    • cannot prove is nevertheless true; in the Gabriel period the
    • super-sensible world. Less and less will man be a personality on
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    • soul of each one of us. We cannot understand our own souls, unless we
    • will nevertheless discover a special characteristic of that age. We
    • been deeply fervent souls who out of a more or less intense need for
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse has grown less and less.
    • the epoch which has just elapsed. Countless souls died during that
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    • less could animals or human beings appear on it — this would be
    • the earth, maintains the life of countless elemental spirits. The
    • first Sunday of April. It was of course useless to bring forward
    • leafless autumn, inasmuch as we look towards the approach of the
    • in our present chaotic conditions, unless they contain the spirit
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    • quality of the poetic tales arising from the deep, almost bottomless
    • Nevertheless,
    • together and then unraveled in tragic drama belong more or less to
    • the way into the uniqueness of a human soul, it is nevertheless quite
    • nonetheless reaches again and again the same edge of a world out of
    • less helplessly. All that tremendous power, however, even when we
    • feeling of utter helplessness in the face of the eternal opposition
    • undergo every single morning, but nevertheless it is burdened by the
    • bodily limbs and has more or less left behind the physical body in
    • or less consciously the inner battles it had to undergo, even without
    • facts of the universe. It may be too picturesque, but nevertheless
    • the experience but nevertheless we can feel them echoing in the
    • relatives or other more or less simple, unsophisticated people
    • lay helpless, the man came and finished them off. When the King
    • unsatisfactory way; nevertheless we do find in it the conflict of the
    • there is nothing of greater blessing for a child than to nourish it
    • pictured in a simple fairy tale and in the simple, artless,
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    • had not yet attained intellectual powers possessed a more or less
    • more or less higher moments, when we feel our connection to the
    • possibility of being blessed with pure joy. None of the powers bound
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    • regard to matters of the greatest significance. Nothing less has
    • pictorial as it was, was none the less similar in structure to what
    • all the things of Nature. Nevertheless, just when Nature is laid waste
    • ever less and less. The spiritual content of the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • living were more or less aware — the Priests indeed were fully
    • connection with the Moon forces — unless it be the imaginative
    • modern expression, needless to say!) to learn what was the content of
    • this Sun-birth became less clearly noticeable, certain exercises,
    • by calculation and the like, was considered altogether meaningless. In
    • this lesson which we have held today, and let us make them active in
    • Let this then, be the extract from today's lesson:
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    • flowing light of the Cosmos. But Sunlight is useless for this purpose;
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    • less in connection with such a mighty guidance as proceeded from the
    • age of freedom. Decidedly we cannot say so. Nevertheless a sufficient
    • power of the Mysteries was felt less than in former ages. And though
    • harvest is not yet, nevertheless it is there within the human being,
    • knowledge. For the real life of the Mysteries has more or less receded
    • letters less clearly visible — written in the great orb of the
    • once upon a time mankind was blessed with a divine-spiritual
    • hitherto was more or less an earthly thing, what was achieved and won
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    • man; they are Ego-less human beings who, because they cannot take the
    • the Old Moon epoch but who were nevertheless at a higher level than
    • less be realised that they fight because of lack of understanding;
    • too, that which would ruin a feebler nature may be rich in blessing
    • other buoyant with exultation. All journeying is blessed; but the
    • of knowledge who has won the crown of blessedness.”
    • be rich in blessing for a sound and vigorous mind.”
    • crown of blessedness.”
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    • in understanding these matters unless we realise that not many people
    • less mutable, but metamorphosis was possible in them too; their
    • physiognomy. But in their case, too, this inflexibility was less
    • food, will have died out. Men will sing the praises of a fleshless
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    • Persian. By then the perception of the cosmic ego had grown less vivid;
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    • unless the spirit of man created for them certain congenial forms. Only
    • of the previous headless body-formation) is in its majestic spherical
    • or recession is less important than its spherical shape.
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    • approach a step nearer the spaceless, we pass from sculpture to painting,
    • dimension which changes, but color. Regardless of where the plane is
    • I say: In beholding the lifeless material world in color we stir cosmic
    • epic element sinks down from above, like a blessing of rain. And it
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    • Nevertheless, though their earthly forms and colors show a desertion from
    • the divine; being satisfied to use it only as a more or less successful
    • not less magnificently, they influenced Novalis.) In his younger years
    • his classical art, William Lovell seeks it nevertheless, relying entirely
    • and less brilliant life-practice; an age which will never find the spirit
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    • could have given him matter endlessly without his ever being able to
    • expressionism — been more or less lost.
    • formless and therefore undepictable realm of the divine.
    • of passing into the formlessness of pure wisdom. If one attains the
    • formless one attains, in a certain sense, the zenith of the artistic.
    • term: semblance, the beautiful; wisdom is formless knowledge; virtue
    • of the inner daimons which make us tragic personalities, the less do
    • unless his judgment grows out of a world-conception permeating fully
    • free human beings; just as world-conceptions permeating people in less
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    • form. Thus the Goetheanum architecture rose completely idea-less (if
    • one becomes a sculptor. The sculptor does nothing more nor less than
    • on earth do less then justice to the mobile archetype of man. To present
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    • must nevertheless state the truth. The Greeks prior to Sophocles and
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    • something even less stable; rules of education were laid down based
    • helpless. Suppose you were a physician and yet were unable to
    • feel helpless. But as there is no science of the soul the teacher is
    • the idea that a method must be carried through regardless of whether
    • become less clumsy and the child gradually accustoms himself to his
    • In the less well-behaved
    • All talk of heredity will not lead you far unless you realise how
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    • children are quite worthless. The things which are introduced as
    • “A,” this “L.” Nevertheless when the child
    • writing. Then he will feel at home in his lessons.
    • the eleventh or twelfth year, and the more one is blessed with not
    • life. But a very great deal can be done nevertheless when one knows
    • Waldorf School we have been blessed with what I might call a very
    • lifeless objects as though they were “ensouled,” and that
    • between the living and the lifeless. He considers everything as a
    • when he is not yet able to distinguish between the lifeless and the
    • with children of this age, as their teacher, unless you are yourself
    • the unquestioned authority, unless, that is, the child has the
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    • not matter whether you are considering a hill which has less life in
    • of the plant. The men of our time have less and less conception of
    • reality, for it is an object lesson, but all the time you are looking
    • object-lesson teaching of the present day is utter nonsense.
    • cleverness it will bring thee blessing, but if it goes alone ruin
    • blessing into his life. But if his courage is so developed in his
    • eighteen hundred millions of him, of greater or less value, but he
    • not find the world less interesting than a man does. A man can make
    • quite good to laugh about them in the lessons also, for there is
    • world. This must be achieved in all your lessons. It is important
    • used today — the lifeless sciences such as Physics, etc.
    • They were not attending to the lesson, but were writing notes and
    • quite mystified as to why they were suddenly being given a lesson on
    • teacher had woven into the lesson.
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    • School timetable. The "Main Lesson."
    • lesson which we see impresses the children, then we shall make a
    • immediately get up to mischief and begin to fight when the lesson has
    • this is of less importance for it is not indeed so essential that the
    • be spoken of later in connection with this or that lesson, can be
    • Religion lessons too, which will only come later on, how well this
    • be made use of at various different stages in the Religion lessons.
    • lessons must all be given a certain inner form, and if such a method
    • Lesson morning by morning for four weeks, and when the children have
    • so-called “Main Lessons” we keep very strictly to the
    • subject but these lessons can include other topics related to it.
    • life, namely that in one lesson they have to absorb what is then
    • blotted out in the lesson immediately following. The only way to save
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    • awakens new life in a man. But if you look at all the object lessons
    • peculiar organ this human head really is, and how useless for our
    • admittedly, much less convenient. If you give him a watch for
    • speak about them as they do unless people had grown accustomed, in
    • criticise atomism today, but criticism is really more or less
    • “object lessons” today) — this principle I should
    • teaching of Geometry. You can build up your Geometry lessons to reach
    • will see that it is quite easy to understand. Nevertheless, if you
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    • the course of your lessons.
    • introduced lessons on simple Physiology in the school, and especially
    • Singing lesson, I should like to use a comparison which may seem a
    • lessons in music right from the very beginning, and at first, as far
    • possible. Unless there is clearly no bent at all in this direction
    • remember, you should begin giving these Music and Singing lessons as
    • child comes to school and begins with Main Lessons in periods, as I
    • have already described; he has the Main Lesson for the early part of
    • lesson which for German children is either English or French. In
    • these language lessons we try not to consider the relationship of one
    • lesson the child should actually experience the vowel as something
    • belong to the lesson, but is only something you ought to know!) What
    • giving lessons on nouns, adjectives and so on too early, but wait
    • treatment in the language lessons, that is to say if the teacher does
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    • only at this time that we can pass on to lifeless nature, for it is
    • only very gradually introduce the lifeless world when the child is
    • approaching his twelfth year, for this lifeless world must be grasped
    • curious happens to the child; the lesson itself soon makes him tired.
    • romp about between lessons. Now it is certainly good to let them romp
    • has been found that when the children are properly taught in lesson
    • time they are less tired than when they play about outside. The
    • in their lessons in the right way should never tire them at all. And
    • less you exert the intellect, by presenting everything in a living
    • and the less will the child become tired. Therefore when the
    • still make the lifeless things live through fantasy and always
    • said nowadays. People say that lessons must be given in a living way
    • become less tired, because the girls grasp things more easily than
    • develop all our lessons on Science and History in such a manner that
    • the time. Nevertheless we try to bring the children into touch with
    • have been in accordance with real life. Nevertheless we do try to
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    • Religious Instruction. Religion lessons in the Waldorf School given by
    • Catholic priest and Protestant pastor. "Free" Religion lessons provided
    • Modern Language Lessons. Choice of languages must be guided by the demands
    • no progress in calculation unless we treated the number I itself, no
    • really more or less so that someone does them first, and then the
    • these “free Religion lessons” we first of all teach
    • — stones, plants and so on — here in the Religion lessons
    • the Religion lessons, going on later to the Old Testament. Up to this
    • unless two other aspects of the education are borne in mind. Firstly:
    • Religion lessons. In the class teaching all children are introduced
    • Religion lessons the Festivals of the year are celebrated with all
    • Christmas mood. Later, in the Religion lessons, on the basis of this
    • lessons. We are not concerned with the Catholic and Protestant
    • those who attend the free Religion lessons. A service is performed
    • old, ought they, too, to have language lessons?
    • it should only be taught as a proper lesson after this change. If you
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    • medical course, which it nevertheless will be in a sense. But I shall
    • regarded less and less as the centuries went on; but nevertheless
    • Nevertheless, the qualities of these fluids were still matters of
    • become continuously less and less intelligible. Yet there were always
    • and he believed that cells were formed out of a formless fluid
    • and easily understood, regardless of the fact that nature and the
    • less obvious. Just in these parts, the system of the lower jaws and
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    • processes are subconscious, nevertheless it serves to enable the
    • different in individual human beings, but nevertheless it governs and
    • The concept of infection, however, is none the less valid here. For
    • indirectly, communicated through him. Nevertheless, the fact remains
    • infections. A case which may be by no means hopeless, becomes serious
    • sickness in the direction of a more or less secondary disease, in
    • ramifications of disease, and are more or less satisfied if they have
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    • less exceptions, for there have already been injuries of one kind or
    • night, for blood poisoning would develop, unless the arm was
    • higher animals and man have their bony structure inside. Nevertheless
    • are of less interest to us at the moment — which appear in a certain
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    • certainly feel far less pleasure in the existence of the intestinal
    • nevertheless permissible to say, that man has a vermiform appendix in
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    • Nevertheless, if we had a comprehensive picture of all that matters in
    • means nothing less, in essence, than the liberation of the lower man
    • are at least no less scientific, in their true significance, than much
    • themselves more with the physical body. In persons who have restless
    • interiorisation, the process becomes less obvious externally. Now let
    • is in fact nothing less than the image of this macrocosmic working.
    • stem, of those lesser vegetable growths, and that the trees formed an
    • Nevertheless, in considering what is derived from or connected with
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    • will seem without foundation. Nevertheless I will try to show in the
    • him aright, unless we recognise his polar orientation also. I have
    • had the proof in countless cases, that we can re-discover today things
    • and does so perhaps less often today. That was a subject of discussion
    • with the typical ones which we indicated. In this manner, the less
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    • pleurisy. And the lesson should be: beware of suppressing such
    • temperature chart. Of course this may be less significant for therapy
    • comparing the curve in critical, and in less serious cases. How
    • exertions. In the other type (the lytic case), it is less possible to
    • phenomena are not essentially telluric, but lunar; nevertheless they
    • life. Actually we wage a ceaseless war in our organism against the
    • In fact the cell is the ceaselessly irritating and disturbing factor
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    • to a lesser extent on the lower senses, as, e.g., taste and smell, and
    • allies so regular in their formations, tend nevertheless to the widest
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    • one-sided. Nevertheless the vegetable kingdom retains for us its
    • Nevertheless the stark facts just stated, remain unaffected it is so,
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    • nevertheless one of the most remarkable materials in the world. This
    • has a fortune and wastes it recklessly until he passes the zero point,
    • nothing less than to introduce an element with an urgent tendency
    • than as a wanderer, in microscopic amounts (restless as Ahasuerus). It
    • them ceaselessly and therefore it is entirely true to say that if
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    • state, we must accept a less intimate connection between astral body
    • These four organic systems are nothing less than the creators of the
    • unless it is under the influence of these four organic systems. In
    • preparation of the apparatus of thought. Nevertheless the unconscious
    • nevertheless localised within us, and remains so. There is a
    • the substance arranges itself. It is not a senseless phrase, but
    • You already know, more or less, the particular metals which share in
    • nevertheless. Take, for instance, that substance which contributes to
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    • unless the insight given by spiritual science serves at least as a
    • achieve in others. Doubtless there are many persons who at present
    • and though less perceptible still present when the growths are nearer
    • to convince general public opinion in these matters, unless you can
    • mentally inferior, feeble-minded: nevertheless the same person may
    • disguises itself; but we must probe for deeper and less obvious
    • slight ego-feeling, unless it is artificially-supplemented by some
    • large intake of sugar. Nevertheless in such cases, the fact of taking
    • in is less important as an indication, than the urge for a certain
    • respectively. But we can find no fundamental principle here, unless we
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    • lies more inward than the yellow, and it extends less into the limbs,
    • childhood. It is also much less differentiated towards the head than
    • consider cases where the tendency is to become more or less thin, and
    • define nothing less than that which
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    • less concentrated in the Hippocratic School of Medicine. Let us
    • thinks less in its periphery than at the centre of its being. Mankind
    • What is the fundamental cause of such manifestations? Nothing less
    • this disruptive activity, in the course of everyday life, unless we
    • The spleen is less associated with metabolism as such than are the
    • — some in a greater or lesser degree — the
    • is directed less towards the actual metabolic process than towards its
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    • Nevertheless the activity of the spleen becomes more remarkable, if
    • ceaseless round of work. Mankind does not follow the example of
    • their astral body far less closely bound to the physical, than in the
    • which may be quite distant but are nevertheless akin to another, is
    • not raise the objection that it is useless to bring a blind person
    • influence of a blue room or red is less significant than the contrast
    • something of this sort; for the things are of course meaningless
    • unless one is thinking of the human being, and it is essential to keep
    • childhood and youth; but this continued activity must become less
    • From the materialistic point of view the teeth are more or less
    • first of our lessons here, the heavy down-draw weight, the massiveness
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    • development of dental structure is perhaps less important than the
    • girls, and that they share these lessons together. Even the older boys
    • about; or whether we let a child be awkward and helpless with its
    • sometimes in more pronounced forms, and sometimes in less, for there
    • child's being awkward and helpless. In such cases we must bring
    • medicinal implications. One may spend endless time in discussing
    • force consists in nothing less than the conquest of antipathies. To
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    • a diaphragm, and it is nothing less than the rhythm of breathing
    • solve the riddle of the working of bacilli in it. But unless we go
    • memory emerges only when the organism requires less formative force
    • encounter an external world formed regardless of reason and logic, or
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    • be well if there were less vague talk about heredity, and more study
    • We can only interpret the lessons so graphically presented by that
    • shell formation of the oyster. To a somewhat less degree the same
    • less burdened by the forces which tend to work in his head. Oysters
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    • question reduce themselves — more or less — to this dissolving
    • nothing less than a movement of the mineralising process from within
    • less as an apparatus. At the same time, in its diagnosis of so-called
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    • less plainly, and in order to recognize them we must be able to
    • concerning whom perhaps the less said the better! — let us look
    • aspect — can keep itself independent of it. This is less and
    • less possible the further one goes back into the years of childhood.
    • descended again to Earth, they would come down with far less
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    • profession, took severely to task the penniless Swabian, Fritz
    • teachers were then to give lessons in the manner of this science —
    • child will overcome these — more or less — in the course
    • another will have less. But now, what are thoughts?
    • away, the matter that has been excreted and become useless, is the
    • ether; how, then, does a deranged or senseless thought come about?
    • relation to this cosmic ether. We shall never do so unless we, as
    • that surely the spirit-self is not yet developed. Nevertheless, such
    • else that is needful more or less rightly. For you have no idea how
    • he was always suspicious of black magic in the application. Needless
    • white magic one intervenes in a moral, selfless way, and in black
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    • therefore, a matter of less importance for you to receive advice of
    • fluid displaced weighs about 20 grammes less than the brain itself;
    • began to use other names for it, which are still less intelligible!
    • science knows the chemistry of the lifeless, but has very little
    • immediate hold of the physical. Nevertheless, just in the case of the
    • epilepsy unless we are able to go beyond physical body and etheric
    • possible for the will system to be in any way right unless we
    • harmless manner. You may notice a child beginning to take whatever he
    • collecting may legitimately go — unless some particular
    • collecting mania is here relatively harmless. If however a child
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    • correct; nevertheless there are these well-defined relationships. I
    • nevertheless it is a fact that hydrogen and oxygen, for example,
    • pain. Pain is heightened — not lessened —
    • cannot but be false. Countless descriptions in psychiatry today are
    • restless, struggling movements, because he is trying to hold back the
    • must face quite dispassionately — unless we want to go through
    • Waldorf School — period lessons where, during the main teaching
    • it!” Then he knows that it has to be done, nevertheless. He
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    • sometimes be only very faint indications, but which are nevertheless
    • themselves, I shall nevertheless, in the case of a child with black
    • greater or less degree; and it is important to note that in such
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    • noticed that the boy's eyes were changing and becoming less clear. In
    • signs of increasing restlessness, and grew more and more difficult to
    • forces. The rest of the body is more or less dependent on what forms
    • head, but some improvement might nevertheless have been attained.
    • clean and tidy when the lesson is finished, we shall be following a
    • with lessons in painting, working in the way I indicated a little
    • will not be able to educate these children unless you have the
    • never meet with less understanding than when, in answer to a question
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    • absorption with the sound R. For him lessons must rise to a climax
    • learning to speak, he began to be restless, to make restless
    • yourselves, the body has remained quite powerless. Throughout his
    • they grew much less frequent, occurring on an average once in three
    • has nevertheless hopeful features. For there are signs of recovery,
    • through your intervention the constant restlessness is actually
    • extraordinarily mobile and restless astral body.
    • our lessons so as to achieve a reversal of what we very frequently
    • importance to making the course of the lesson lead up gradually to a
    • as hopeless as it was once with a certain actor in Weimar —
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    • from the beginning, as we very well know. Nevertheless, the complete
    • in this extreme case what you will be able to detect, to a lesser
    • extent and in less pronounced form, in a vast number of backward
    • restless and excitable. The mother too was ill at the same time with
    • influenza and has also been restless since, and easily upset. You see
    • is lively and imaginative; she is restless, not merely in her body,
    • restless dreams. Now, it is important to take careful note of how she
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    • penetrated to the region of the will, but has remained more or less
    • exclusion of light is of less importance than might have been
    • presumed. Nevertheless, this is the right principle to go on —
    • restless movement — an impulse of the will — will be
    • unless one is prepared to steer clear of all hope of a cure! For the
    • nevertheless, if we have a real insight into the matter, it will be
    • personality. In course of time he had become less sensitive about his
    • restless and excited; I don't think the environment here has so far
    • generally makes her excited and restless — even if, in order to
    • crises that occur in the little child. It is nevertheless a fact that
    • good if he hears well-formed speech spoken around him — unless
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    • prove a real blessing even to your boy — is to get the child to
    • familiar, this endless talk of “missions”, of great
    • When this poor feeble-minded boy, who was as a rule excessively restless,
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    • now we must go on to speak of the child who is so restless and
    • strength in his ether body, and correspondingly less in his physical
    • megalomania. Nevertheless, in order that the partly justified
    • help of anthroposophical knowledge. And the converse is no less true,
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    • Man today understands human being less than Goethe understood the
    • approach a child more or less indifferently, and then again when you
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    • further we go out into the Cosmos they become less and less of
    • laws to the Universe would be just as artless as to wish to
    • nevertheless at first nothing in his consciousness. He is
    • nevertheless constitutes our deepest human nature. For if at
    • develop Lcve as a force of knowledge — a selfless
    • immortality — deathlessness — is only one half of
    • Because just as man is deathless, so is he also unborn;
    • capacity for the soul and spirit. Nevertheless, this balance
    • nevertheless a sound kernel in them; — it was known that
    • as a blessing for humanity. Therefore, such a centre of
    • helpless phrases but actively, in all the practical questions
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    • find himself faced with endless enigmas of the human organism.
    • waking, and countless other rhythmic processes. It was by
    • nerves and senses, in a lesser degree the rhythmic, and in a
    • still less degree the metabolic system. An organ like the
    • excretory organs. In a lesser degree they are organs of nerves
    • grounded upon it. But we must nevertheless be clear that our
    • lungs, liver or kidneys, it is far less strong, it is
    • periphery, less so in the separate organs.
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    • where he lies motionless in sleep and his consciousness
    • occur in a lesser degree — partially — during the
    • always more or less dully; he would prefer to be always at
    • much iron, an involuntary over-activity and restlessness sets
    • — a substance which is far less delicately organised but
    • begins to be less serviceable for the forming of concepts, more
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    • into the Cosmos they become less and less of value, until at
    • to the Universe would be just as artless as to wish to illumine
    • does not fall asleep; but he has nevertheless at first nothing
    • and Time, and which nevertheless constitutes our deepest human
    • as a force of knowledge — a selfless out-going into the
    • immortality — deathlessness — is only one half of
    • man is deathless, so is he also unborn; that is to say, with
    • Nevertheless, this balance can be disturbed, and can be
    • childish. But there was nevertheless a sound kernel in them;
    • used as a blessing for humanity. Therefore, such a centre of
    • helpless phrases but actively, in all the practical questions
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    • himself faced with endless enigmas of the human organism. For
    • waking, and countless other rhythmic processes. It was by
    • pre-eminently contain the nerves and senses, in a lesser degree
    • the rhythmic, and in a still less degree the metabolic system.
    • lesser degree they are organs of nerves and senses. If, then,
    • shall be firmly grounded upon it. But we must nevertheless be
    • far less strong, it is ‘thinner;’ while in the
    • sense-organ — more so in the periphery, less so in the
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    • motionless in sleep and his consciousness (if it does not rise
    • lesser degree — partially — during the waking
    • always more or less dully; he would prefer to be always at
    • much iron, an involuntary over-activity and restlessness sets
    • substance which is far less delicately organised but which is
    • is dislocated. The central brain begins to be less serviceable
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    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • do no less than ask ourselves: Is it possible to gain a knowledge of
    • lies behind us an immense development of our spiritual life, no less
    • This state of things came to an end more or less contemporaneously
    • cannot understand carcinoma unless one realises that it is due to the
    • exercise enough control, in greater or less degree the peripheral
    • general condition of restlessness. One sees, in a word, because the
    • initiation-knowledge, will function no less perfectly than it does in
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    • This method of research was nevertheless entirely justifiable during
    • do no less than ask ourselves: Is it possible to gain a knowledge of
    • lies behind us an immense development of our spiritual life, no less
    • This state of things came to an end more or less contemporaneously
    • cannot understand carcinoma unless one realises that it is due to the
    • exercise enough control, in greater or less degree the peripheral
    • general condition of restlessness. One sees, in a word, because the
    • initiation-knowledge, will function no less perfectly than it does in
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    • nevertheless is raging. So that one may well be filled with a
    • practical, it is nothing less than his bounden duty to speak
    • course thought-less and will-less, rushed headlong at last into
    • of this Social Will-lessness.
    • is growing up, and how, more or less unconsciously —
    • person, who is not working in opposition to what nevertheless
    • Anti-capitalism has no sense, unless at the same time one is
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • as we dwell on this sphere of soul life, we can nevertheless
    • nevertheless descend vicariously into corporeal bodies such
    • blessing and progress of all human beings. To repeat —
    • made it possible for countless copies of the original to come
    • Aside from the fact that countless copies of Shem's
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • nevertheless occupy the same position as their Atlantean
    • the Akasha Chronicle, and this is nothing less than the
    • were thrown, its flight could not continue unless the air
    • etheric and astral bodies, and of the ego too in a lesser
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • in the beginning it was more or less completely reminiscent
    • heights. Being no less a mystic than a scholastic, Thomas was
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • to wither and appear cold and lifeless to human hearts. That
    • nevertheless look with a certain satisfaction to the souls
    • anthroposophy there are souls who, more or less consciously,
    • ingenious machines from lifeless forces. And those Atlanteans
    • Then we will know how this ideal can be justified, regardless
    • first individuals to benefit from the blessed fact of these
    • countless copies of Jesus's etheric body being present in the
    • helpless child and how from this experience he forms the
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • whereas his other disciples were more or less incapable of
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • effect on the hearts of human beings. Countless people
    • Mystery of Golgotha, when countless souls and eyes turned to
    • incomprehensible to us unless we knew about this fact.
    • Nazareth, countless copies of His ego were preserved for
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • far as other less ambitious truths are concerned, such as the
    • culture, such was less the case; the world between death and
    • Regardless of
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    • says that such inspired people are rare today. Nevertheless, we have
    • the Theosophical Society, there is nevertheless a difference
    • and need not return to earth unless I do it on my own free
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    • Europe, if they did not belong to our modern civilization, were less
    • with men living today but also with men of the past; and unless we
    • penetrated, to a lesser or greater extent, by the spirit, in such a
    • or less clear and luminous life of ideas which grow out of our life of
    • really becomes quite clear, but is more or less unconscious, dark,
    • clearer idea than it has of dreamless sleep. It then emerges as the
    • of the events in dreamless sleep.
    • same way include our willing and actual dreamless sleep as part of the
    • Christian centuries, unless you realize that the inner activity of men
    • character which may have developed only slowly but has more or less
    • tongue. Nevertheless we can say that in districts like ours here it is
    • Just as nowadays we live in an alternation of dreaming or dreamless
    • between this dreamlike everyday life and a dreamless sleep which was
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    • kind of sweetness. In dreamless sleep man felt as though he was
    • offices, in schools — obviously in schools, but no less in
    • has no knowledge at all, a condition deeper than dreamless sleep
    • point of view of which I am speaking this was the less important fact;
    • less as stones are formed. He has no idea that the hair on his head is
    • have experienced one of the greatest blessings of humanity, perhaps
    • man's soul-condition came to include only dreamless sleep, dreaming
    • feel as though gravity were of less importance to him than it normally
    • was. He felt that he weighed less. But then he was instructed by the
    • Boehme, or in a lesser degree, Paracelsus, so we can also speak of a
    • is not Angels whom he sees but etheric forms. Nevertheless, these
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    • predominantly in more or less abstract ideas or at the best in shadowy
    • of sleep which, though it was dreamless, left an after-effect of the
    • external being and is no less real than it was in the external world.
    • experience unless they can actually acquire spiritual science: a
    • it because of its strangeness, and this produces a restlessness which
    • shall also not properly understand the Mystery of Golgotha unless we
    • been less disposed to listen to Initiation-knowledge and yet never a
    • absolute necessity for man's future unless he is to fall into
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    • did nevertheless live in man; it proceeded from the Beings who
    • Druid priest received it at certain times only. With a lesser
    • knowledge as against the lesser daily waves. And while, through the
    • in signs or the like, unless it were merely to imitate the things of
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    • who more or less believe that the dead, as far as we are concerned,
    • difficult to know this unless we have clairvoyant vision, but if we
    • he has more or less the same longing as we here below have for the
    • aware that the soul could not do this unless, at the time of showing,
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    • knowledge of Spiritual Science, is apt to remain more or less
    • into former earth lives is a more or less dangerous proceeding,
    • when learning to walk. They are the most sinless forces in the nature
    • material culture, unless Spiritual Science leads man to spirituality.
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    • knowledge of healing science unless he was initiated in the Winter
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    • general earthly soul element. We see countless elemental beings in
    • but man needs them nonetheless, in order to unite them with himself,
    • in the way that is necessary, unless such an inspiring force as can
    • permeate a Michael festival — unless, that is to say, a new
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    • race. And the farther back we go into ancient cultures, the less do we
    • nevertheless true that the priests of the ancient Mysteries arranged
    • returns to the Earth as a blessing, fructifying the earthly life with
    • primitive ages. But he can nevertheless come to it even with his
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    • which all that has been indicated is more or less condensed. But in
    • compressed. Nevertheless what I am sharing with you here was taught in
    • the year's course. For the more materialism overtook mankind, the less
    • for only in this way can he unfold his freedom. Yet it nevertheless
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    • which we are more or less dreamily aware. And when, to put it briefly,
    • really a less crude form of that of strangulation. Yet whenever
    • way that we do not heed it. Nevertheless, every doubt, every problem
    • is far less prone to diffusion or expansion. The ether-body, instead
    • scornful because he is bloodless, because he lacks the warmth that
    • inner, vital warmth. The countless questions which confront us when we
    • Mephistopheles, just as he disavows that of the Sphinx; nevertheless
    • In legends and fairy-tales we find, sometimes more and sometimes less
    • When history, in time to come, is presented less as a narration of
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    • nevertheless the case that in all human perception a symmetry comes to
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    • impossible in ordinary life unless Ahriman exerts his influence within
    • with our Ego. Nevertheless it is always so. Within this etheric body
    • always present in us which is less awake than we are in our
    • distant future — we shall have movements where less and less emphasis
    • aspect. Nevertheless these wonderful letters of Schiller on the
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    • religious life, possessing a more formless character, an abstract,
    • formless, more musically-felt word, you will everywhere notice the
    • the seeker’s boundless heart
    • anew – nor doth my restless soul ever feel here at home. Long
    • man who, friendless, far from his
    • friendless and alone,
    • his lip. His restless thoughts
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    • Foretell my hopeless doom in som Grove
    • Or roll the planets thro' the boundless
    • Some less refin'd, beneath the
    • Not a less pleasing, tho' less glorious
    • who understood such things spoke, more or less figuratively, of
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    • the reckless Lemminkainen,
    • Hastened off with fearless footsteps,
    • thy reckless hero suffers.
    • Helpless falls upon the waters,
    • Sweep through the flameless fire of air that rings
    • Through spaces out of space and timeless time.
    • Yea, even the shadows of them spiritless,
    • Featureless heads discrowned of hate and love,
    • Speechless a
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    • The sapless foliage of the ocean,
    • impulse of thy strength, only less free
    • like thee: tameless, and swift, and proud.
    • other arts of speech – though these are less liable to such
    • And fearless, quench their thirst, while I look
    • Although put into prose, it is nonetheless a genuinely poetic art
    • unknown regions, which are nonetheless familiar to him, though now
    • the shore and, running up the sloping beach, reckless of the sharp
    • flower, it spread in endless succession to itself, breaking in full
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    • the more authentic the less it contains of life and reality from
    • with conventional social expression and to that extent becomes less
    • and less poetic and artistic. The poet will therefore first have to
    • extent to which it has developed into a more or less artistic
    • out again until the weariless wave
    • fell in a bottomless eddy.
    • Bothe thy flour and thy flessh
    • morning mist, and careless as the lark
    • Footless they stood, nor knew if it or they
    • the motionless meadow, clear as stone,
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    • Endlesse joyes in us shall raigne.
    • motion of swift thought, less could his Shield
    • adverse Legions, nor less hideous join’d
    • careless of its Mansion new;
    • Restless it roules and unsecure,
    • The greater Heaven in an Heaven less.
    • in this way actually stand before the soul no less concretely than
    • need not grow less poetic because our presentations take us into
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    • Are formal strictures ‘senseless’.
    • experienced a wordless, indeterminate melody, a soul-experience of
    • Dare court your deathless beauty, rose, red
    • Southward and east they steer with reckless
    • of Endlessness, mere gestures all at
    • Grows warm in the motionless motion of his
    • less-satisfied?
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    • And of a shapelesse and confused
    • lifeless tools –
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    • To shelter safely the peerless
    • To his joyless dwelling, sick unto
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • less unconsciously — into some kind of misunderstanding if they
    • what comes out so wonderfully in Lessing's
    • We see how Lessing, that great mind of the eighteenth
    • appreciate Lessing in his earlier works, we must allow that in later
    • It is most interesting to see how Lessing came to the idea of
    • name; but the way taken by Lessing is very different and is not
    • the strictest sense. Lessing argued that this progress is an
    • And then Lessing sees in our time something that goes beyond the New
    • Lessing then asks
    • Lessing's mind as something that belongs to human destiny.
    • for Lessing reincarnation is necessary in order that the whole human
    • Lessing does, his gaze takes in the whole of human evolution. In both
    • must be transformed, whereas Lessing thought correctly of short
    • feel our own powerlessness. We feel also what we might have become in
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    • be granted that Christianity has entered into the hearts of countless
    • recognised by countless souls; but these hearts and souls have not
    • unless we go into exact details, it is even difficult for us to
    • speak of miracles, numberless miracles are recorded in connection
    • this is no less ingenious than what is said against the historical
    • gaze falls on something else; it falls on human powerlessness, on
    • existence. It would be meaningless if the soul were to end with
    • a riddle; and unless the answer to it can be found, the soul is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. A powerlessness to give real
    • Christian teachings. The reading of such writings is a good lesson
    • is a practical lesson regarding investigation of the spiritual
    • not more or less of a sincere longing to know something of what has
    • This can be shown in numberless passages. As an example let us take
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    • evolution, you will doubtless agree that some exertion of our powers
    • regard to the physical body we cannot speak at all correctly unless
    • his existence is blessed and ought to be blessed, a tragic fate
    • die!’ What endless depth lies in these words: Lose the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • in the flesh — all this must be looked upon as worthless; it is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • theosophists ... but it is none the less clear that Theosophy, as
    • there is nevertheless an inner life, have fallen gradually into
    • perpetrate a loveless action, something in the spiritual world is
    • burnt up in the fire of lovelessness; with errors you extinguish
    • through a loveless action something acts like a burning and
    • its head in the sand; he does not see effects which nevertheless are
    • endless questions which first became questions for the intelligent,
    • Nevertheless,
    • see that it was not an unmixed blessing. For at the same time arose
    • endless admiration — and succeeded only in losing the Bible.
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    • nevertheless can raise man above himself.
    • nothing less than making ourselves ready in our physical body to
    • super-sensible world; an event which nevertheless stands in a close
    • come about. The fulfillment can take a form which will be either less
    • whether we take this idea from Lessing or from the psychologist
    • individual redemption, whereas for Lessing the essential question
    • According to Lessing, we must distinguish successive periods of time
    • humanity, says Lessing, if a soul lived in only one epoch? Whence
    • Thus for Lessing the
    • civilisation, human beings must be born again. That is Lessing's
    • detail, in some place or other there is a more or less gifted child,
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • become firmly fixed in your life it would mean nothing less than that
    • ultimately have been submerged by it. But the blessing of karma was
    • bestowed. What does this blessing mean for man? Is karma something at
    • Without karma, no progress would be possible. Karma is a blessing that
    • brought to him by the Luciferic Spirits together with the blessing of
    • blessing of karma? Whence has there arisen in our earth-evolution this
    • blessing of karma? From a Power none other than Christ.
    • wrong done to the earth by them is changed into blessing. Freedom has
    • as a blessing. That man is capable of this, that he is capable of
    • and then I shall see and hear what goes on there! In endless
    • a blessing. We realize, too, that in the Post-Atlantean epoch — from
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 1: Mephistopheles and Earthquakes
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    • that is valueless to him. Faust answers as any true seeker to-day
    • greatest blessings.
    • to become denser than it would otherwise have become, nevertheless it
    • man. In the civilization of ancient Persia, therefore, man was less
    • Ahriman works upon man in countless, infinitely diverse ways. — I
    • nevertheless they can draw from that Event a power which enables them
    • rear of the migrations from West to East, who had been less affected
    • region of the earth more, in another less. But Ahriman's influence has
    • well be entirely guiltless as far as his own karma is concerned; but
    • befall him. If, however, he is entirely guiltless, compensation will
    • connected with these people nevertheless. And it may be that the whole
    • group, while guiltless, has been overtaken by some collective karma
    • science. The countless illusions and fallacies accumulating in
    • restricted circles. Nevertheless it will make its way through mankind,
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    • color of this “double” is more or less that of peach
    • 2:4 Nevertheless I have somewhat against thee, because thou hast left thy first love. \
    • for my name's sake hast labored, and hast not fainted. Nevertheless I
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    • through Christianity. And that is expressed by the words: Blessed are
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    • the world lies in the saying: Blessed are those who believe even
    • — in Palestine. This is the explanation of the utterance: blessed
    • are nevertheless far more exalted than he. And the third group are
    • those who, as human beings were still children, but were nevertheless
    • a tree; that the blessing of Abraham might come on the gentiles,
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    • use of the artistic sense — man is none the less an artistic
    • capable of selflessness. He must be able to eliminate all that has
    • primitive and instinctive, this knowledge was none the less a true
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    • Greece by the word Gymnast. If, nevertheless, we do still
    • especially of Greek education, will be one-sided unless our
    • culture, but how, nevertheless, the education of body and soul fell
    • education must tend to nothing less than a superseding of this
    • development on into our own times, unless we look at the course of
    • unless we have a true conception of the whole character of Oriental
    • of human civilization unless we sometimes pause to consider how the
    • in the human being, but centred, nevertheless, in the bodily
    • the barbarian prince said to the Greek. Nevertheless, the
    • entirely forgotten. What I have told you is, nevertheless, the truth,
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    • the bodily pressure and impulses to a certain extent grow less
    • the education of children. For unless we realise the far-reaching
    • less a dilettante affair.
    • more or less the attitude of the Greek to the child. He said to himself:
    • is really a paradox to modern man, but he must, none the less, grow
    • as it was ignored by the tactless. And mediaeval education swung
  • Title: Education: Lecture IV: The Connection of the Spirit with Bodily Organs
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    • innermost being of man, in order to make dead thinking, colourless
    • must do, therefore, is to press forward beyond the more or less
    • account of the symptoms which then arise in life, is no less
    • that clings to the physical, it is nevertheless the case that at this
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • his heel, firmly on the ground and that he is endowed with a less
    • phenomenon in human life. The emancipation of feeling is less
    • human being are less striking. Feeling, therefore, becomes
    • twenty-first year are still less apparent and are therefore
    • forces. It comes to no less than this, that between the child's
    • say: “There is too much intellectualism; we must educate less
    • criticizing any epoch, nor do I say that one epoch is of less value
    • lifeless objects or at most in external living objects. Man is
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    • a task which he cannot approach with true devotion unless he has a
    • nevertheless, sense all that those in his environment are thinking.
    • are highly rarefied but are nevertheless revealed in every
    • feels as though the living were lifeless. When he hurts himself, a
    • of the table as living, for everything is as yet lifeless for him; he
    • treats the living and the lifeless exactly in the same way.
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    • system in the child. Such lessons actually make the child's breathing
    • nevertheless, streaming into our limbs. In this instance we
    • adjusting. Restless sleep is the result of mere external methods of
    • place nevertheless in the finer and more delicate processes of the human
    • the child sleeps deeply and peacefully. The restlessness and
    • when the soul returns to the body, restlessness and faulty processes
    • the ninth and tenth years. Outwardly, the child becomes restless; he
    • this particular form, but none the less expressed in the character,
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    • number of lessons. Here (drawing on the blackboard) is the earth; the
    • as pure superstition or so much fantastic mysticism. Nevertheless it
    • should first of all be shown how the lifeless mineral is a residue of life,
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    • of history lessons or lessons on the nature of man are different, for
    • produced by the different lessons.
    • Whereas lessons on the plant and animal kingdoms should be given at a
    • these members of our being, we make it less perfect. During sleep,
    • restless but suddenly finds that the solution has come to him
    • must not pass on to addition in a lifeless, mechanical way merely adding
    • arithmetic lessons, will become a vivifying force, of especial
    • small part only of the soul's experience; nevertheless the rest is
    • to continue the different lessons for certain periods of time as we do
    • in the Waldorf School. Now a right division of the lessons into
    • teaching means that one lesson shall not perpetually encroach upon
    • whatever it may be, we give one main lesson on the same subject for
    • the children would not lose what they had been taught. If the lessons
    • taken. In “period” lessons we must always reckon with the
    • lessons must be permeated through and through with a quality proceeding
    • descriptions must nevertheless be coloured with both morality and
    • only thing still to be done is the artistic moulding of his lesson.
    • No lesson
    • make himself completely master of the lessons he has to give.
    • If we give history lessons in school from note-books, the child comes
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    • age. The less we speak of causality before this time the stronger,
    • Nevertheless
    • with other lessons. An outstanding feature of the Waldorf School,
    • the element of pure feeling, feeling is nevertheless the basis of
    • are less firmly implanted in the human being through the language
    • languages appeals more to the soul and less strongly to the bodily
    • nature. Nevertheless, up to the ages of nine and ten the child still
    • Greek, is based entirely on grammar and rules of syntax, the lessons
    • is nevertheless profoundly true that human beings should learn to
    • work is a moral deed, where he regards the lessons themselves as a
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    • the subject-matter of the lessons and the other with the child whose
    • life the memory makes claims on his physical body. Unless there is an
    • a living nature, plastic ideas conveyed to the child in his art lessons on
    • is showing signs of restlessness and peevishness. We must be able to
    • of a sanguine child, inattentive in his lessons. Every impression coming
    • the quantity of sugar in his food, not unduly, of course. The less
    • go into the helping class. But again it is a blessing that before
    • balance the inorganic, lifeless elements in nature-study by leading
    • you can see if only from the fact that the writing lessons begin with
    • we begin to give painting and drawing lessons at a very tender age of
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    • class-teaching, nevertheless remain utterly removed from
    • knowledge. Nevertheless for real life love is the greatest
    • is more or less how people think today, though perhaps somewhat
    • less radically.
    • programme no less clever than those of many an association for
    • nevertheless having to deal with the child, how can he be
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    • even if this is done in a less external way than I described
    • taking two men of genius; later on we shall come down to less
    • way that does not hide his gifts, but nevertheless ugly. In
    • one must observe. Nevertheless if one approaches straight away
    • heartless when he considers such a life; on the contrary his
    • physical defects. Unless the right kind of education can
    • cerebral fluid that fills our head. You will doubtless remember
    • nothing less than a knowledge of man; not merely the sort of
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    • with in the world more or less according to their external,
    • recognised as justified. Nevertheless because the time came
    • remains more or less on the surface. If we wish to gain a true
    • much less attention is paid to it, to see how a child learns to
    • the body motionless; there are others who immediately let the
    • always in abstractions, it is nevertheless true that the whole
    • child, nevertheless what he sees, he experiences as something
    • the same way as to a grown-up person; but we must nevertheless
    • to do this may well take the whole lesson.
    • beautiful, but they are nevertheless hideous, because they are
    • artistic way, not intellectually. After a few such lessons the
    • lessons about the bones. Not that the child imitates the forms
    • received such lessons is quite different from what they model
    • lessons on the “Knowledge of Man” must be given in
    • remained on into a later one, unless such a condition shows
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    • uttered a few words nevertheless the experience of speech as
    • it in words, nevertheless shows in his whole behaviour that he
    • earth with its inherent forces, if you were more or less to
    • quick glance at them during the lesson and behave as though he
    • doesn't even know it himself! This disturbs the lesson
    • standing firmly and safely in the world. For (in lessons on the
    • lifeless we must help it by making the right use of manure. For
    • forgotten, but it is nevertheless true; and as it belongs
    • less than barbarism! You would certainly be very astonished if
    • before dealing with anything that has to do with the lifeless,
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    • love, devotion and selflessness the knowledge of man of which
    • considered to be quite inadequate. Nevertheless he became a
    • children from the others, either more or less permanently or
    • history teacher is more or less master of his subject, but
    • in order to live. I had to give private lessons and so gained
    • for he needed extra help, but nevertheless after eighteen
    • Main Lesson, which continues for the best part of the morning,
    • taught the previous day. No later lesson blots out the one
    • lesson. And out of the whole manner and method of his teaching
    • pedantic about this. In our Waldorf School the Main Lesson is
    • given in periods; other lessons must of course be fitted into a
    • timetable, but these follow on after the Main Lesson.
    • most fundamental lessons are given in the morning, so that
    • fast arrangement, for as we cannot afford an endless number of
    • noticed that during his lesson in a higher class the children
    • misdemeanour noticed by the teacher and nevertheless it had
    • lessons. In the capital city of a country there is a Ministry
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    • of the school are discussed — naturally in a more or less
    • It shows itself in the child as an inner restlessness; he asks
    • unless he penetrates to these intimate subconscious threads he
    • teaching, he becomes dried up. We should nevertheless perceive
    • nevertheless necessities in life which must be observed.
    • one's own helplessness. For the point is not to think out some
    • all kinds of rather meaningless activities which have
    • eurythmy lessons and a performance showing eurythmy as an art
    • danger is actually not less than in the usual conventional
    • district he describes it according to his lesson book and then
    • the book, he does not know his own father. Nevertheless these
    • of object lessons, and that nothing should be brought to him
    • restlessness, but a pleasant kind of restlessness is
    • classroom when he enters it and gives his lesson.
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    • paradoxical, to say the least of it; nevertheless such a
    • ghost, but something much less than a ghost. He is a sort of
    • of purely spiritual perception, but nevertheless he still has
    • spiritually, but nevertheless man possesses a physical body. He
    • good remedy, which he must do in such cases, nevertheless
    • he has become fidgety and restless and has lost all power of
    • pays less heed to a child who in this respect has little to
    • unlikely to the physicist, but it is nevertheless a fact that
    • kind is what the mother may say. And nevertheless it does come
    • another less. And the curious thing is this. The condition of a
    • child a tiny bit less potato; for the second week a very little
    • less still; and continue in this way, so that the child is
    • people say: You are an absolute materialist. Nevertheless there
    • but nevertheless he has got a memorial in Offenburg.
    • Nevertheless it is the truth. It is possible to study how the
    • the pre-potato age grasped things with less detail, but what
    • others unless one speaks out of personal experience. While
    • homeopathic dose is nevertheless very potent, it stimulates the
    • constipation, that all kinds of useless yet clever thoughts
    • again but which nevertheless have been there.
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    • which, in itself an inner rhythmical relationship, nevertheless
    • lesson and his teaching of instrumental music. This is why we
    • not attained unless there is added to the earlier medical
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    • fundamental spiritual principles, which are nevertheless
    • been more or less incomprehensible to the Greek if one had
    • trained in logical thinking is nevertheless unable to think
    • should acquire some sort of ready-made truth was of lesser
    • philosophy. There grew out of it, nevertheless, the remarkable
    • knowledge of man, he will nevertheless be a better teacher than
    • Romans, what lived in a man's schooling came less into external
    • expression step by step, it is nevertheless imperative that the
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    • anthroposophy today is ceaseless human striving. As
    • are not very inventive, but they nevertheless refute it. It is
    • forefront — know little about it, but nevertheless regard
    • dealing with it exists. Nevertheless this is how people talk.
    • which appeared more or less at the beginning of
    • unscientific rubbish. Nevertheless they send their
    • are we obliged to arrange for a free religion lesson. Otherwise
    • religion lessons, for they are over-full. There is no
    • leaving the evangelical and Catholic religion lessons and
    • coming to the free religion lesson. It is not our fault, but
    • free religion lesson is continued.
    • very precarious. Less than six weeks ago there was no means of
    • Nevertheless anthroposophical education has grown out of the
    • not what men have made, is most blessed with good fortune. It
    • pupils of the 12th Class and had more or less the following
    • millions of marks melted away into pfennigs. Nevertheless there
    • the final year of this class. Nevertheless we did this. I had a
    • for it intends nothing more nor less than life itself. In
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    • the most exclusively physical. Our teaching is already less
    • to teach the child in more or less the opposite way what
    • connection we shall doubtless have to accustom ourselves to
    • lessons” — which we must never neglect, but which
    • unless a transformation of the individual occurs in what
    • build less on externally induced music than on the inducement
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    • sound o is really nothing less than the action of breath
    • o, unless somehow we feel astonishment, even if this
    • exception of one which is less common in European countries and
    • We should not have this fear at all unless we had some secret
    • unless our meeting is conditioned beforehand. What appear to be
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    • himself less grubby.)
    • of colour; less true is the experience of light and shade, and
    • who had had twelve lessons in Eurhythmy from Frau Kisseleff,
    • lessons of recitation should come as near as possible to those
    • the teacher of recitation, so that when the one lesson follows
    • present during the recitation lesson and vice versa, so that
    • lesson. This would completely exclude what is at present
    • recitation lesson what he needs to understand the poem. You can
    • recitation lesson stress must be laid solely on the
    • significant. The further back you go into olden times the less
    • have set up more or less an ideal. But surely our
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    • must look on the first school-lesson which you take with your
    • pupils in every class as a lesson of outstanding significance.
    • The influence of this first school-lesson will be far more
    • important in one connection than that of all the other lessons.
    • But the other lessons, too, will have to be employed to make
    • the potential influence of the first lesson fruitful for the
    • going to arrange the first school-lesson. Of course here I can
    • teaching proceeds in the right course unless it is accompanied
    • sentiment, it must nevertheless be cultivated in the
    • “aim” or only the ostensible aim, of the lesson.
    • knowledge of life, is like playing at things; it is meaningless
    • be done in the first lesson. You can say to him: “Watch
    • following lessons. In the next lesson, then, have a straight
    • distinguish in his feeling a beautiful thing from a less
    • “beautiful” and “less beautiful,” by
    • with letters, that the first lesson should start. This is how
    • lessons. He will conduct with the children the conversations I
    • early as the first lesson about reading, writing, and
    • has been so much sinning that there are doubtless few
    • that the learning of grammar as such is useless and that it
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    • the last lecture we spoke of how the first school-lesson should be
    • beautiful and the less beautiful can be developed. We have seen
    • the less beautiful will be linked up with it.
    • on always having between the lines of the lesson anything that
    • you need. For what you look up in this research is of far less
    • that your influence on your pupil is far less living than when
    • history of civilizations to discover something for your lesson.
    • different lines from those laid down here. They more or less
    • discussion of the preparation of lessons. Our discussion has an
    • writing-lessons to orthography you will have to start with a
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    • less conspicuous here than at the universities.
    • important than continuously repeating: Do build up your lessons
    • science — which must not be respected any the less for
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    • is radically defeated unless the teaching of natural history
    • selfless service of the hands in labouring for the human world
    • bring to the lesson — you will have to contrive this in
    • notice its tail, covered with scales, scurf, and less hairy. At
    • show the child: that the cuttle-fish expresses itself less
    • what you must later introduce less consciously into
    • artistically prepared lessons. In short, describe the
    • the needs of the trunk, which is much less true of man; as far
    • service of the trunk are, compared with man, the less perfect
    • creatures because their limbs are less fashioned for free use
    • lessons as long as they were given to him in no kind of
    • interest in piano lessons when he was shown the function of the
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    • being unless he is constantly referred, in the tenth and
    • in so far as soul and spirit are less dependent on the ego.
    • twelfth year. That is why you will do harm unless you
    • the child is nine, nor history lessons, nor lessons of a
    • is called by many teachers an “object lesson,” and
    • object lesson on the lines laid down in books on method you
    • ourselves less with this staying “put” too close to
    • physics lesson of a lever, it is not wise simply to confront
    • much of the tormenting restlessness of life arises from the
    • letting the lesson in which you are engaged with the child
    • yourself that the child literally awakens in your lessons, that
    • Imagine for the moment that you are giving this lesson. There
    • ball is attracted by the earth; unless it is supported,
    • gravitation” is actually meaningless; it is one of
    • them nevertheless. But we cannot avoid speaking of gravitation.
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    • lines. Now you will have to use the first lesson, perhaps even
    • less convenient for you, not only to see where he cannot go on,
    • the language lesson, you do not begin by teaching the child
    • for example, was the first to write about subject-less and
    • concerning subject-less or impersonal sentences like “it
    • Subject-less sentences, as a matter of fact, arise from our
    • child to these things — especially in the lessons devoted
    • to life, unless you intend also to use sentences such as we
    • foreign language lesson to the rule, and let the child find an
    • simply by taking an active part in the lesson yourself —
    • is a very good thing to say at the end of the lesson: “I
    • the lesson with your whole soul.
    • lesson. And compare this way of studying grammar, as it should
    • for if children are really interested in the lesson such life
    • these gaps, particularly in the grammar and syntax lessons, so
    • lesson — if the lesson interests us ourselves, we are
    • possible, in a stimulating, living lesson, to develop during
    • the lesson the faculty necessary for teaching. The fact
    • lesson. The children do not need to have all the capacities
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    • have already begun to consider the lessons for the various
    • us, at the same time and in the same classroom as a lesson with
    • lesson and music late in the afternoon. We shall also have to
    • curriculum, to pay attention to the greater or lesser aptitudes
    • draw a less sharp distinction between the classes within the
    • the so-called less-gifted children generally speaking
    • and the less able, who have difficulties at first but at last
    • are unusually able and which are less able.
    • are. But we shall nevertheless be able to remould to a great
    • memory, you must link every lesson in the foreign language,
    • the sentences which are formed during grammar lessons to
    • senseless stuff, how are we to expect of the witnesses in a
    • succeeded less by reflection on what has been said or by a slow
    • aspect of movement, is cultivated in the language lesson.
    • will be indeed important to cultivate object lessons, but not
    • what we do in our object lessons is simply obvious. “Here
    • off.” Many an object lesson is given on these lines. It
    • turned into an object lesson. The whole object lesson should be
    • object lesson he should be transported to a higher plane of the
    • lesson with geometry.
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    • other by the river courses. Without any pedantic object lessons
    • a later lesson from another point of view. But up to twelve
    • lesson when you have attuned the child's soul to it in some
    • degree by the first history lessons. Then speak, too, about the
    • geography lesson is like a resume of much that is learnt. What
    • geography lessons in the way I have described we make him
    • of age, economic and external aspects in the geography lessons.
    • is, in fact, a good thing to employ the geography lesson to
    • the first lesson, read in the second, etc., but we deal for
    • are to be studied, but not so that we always have a lesson in
    • one subject following on a lesson in another, but so that we
    • one subject first and extinguishing it in the next lesson. But
    • the suggestions of past lessons. We must simply have a good
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    • unless their relation to the world is instinct with the
    • the average school. But there, in the object lesson, which so
    • address the people unless he is familiar with geometry and
    • in more or less the opposite extreme of their own work. But
    • learns at thirteen, fourteen, and fifteen must be given less of
    • extinguished by senseless indulgence in them in early
    • lesson, the teacher suddenly begins to talk about the
    • child who simply has a geometry lesson after a French lesson.
    • organize the lessons inwardly according to the principles of
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    • afflicted with senile decay. The audience grew restless, and
    • as little as possible, but prepare our lessons so well that we
    • about it. For it is absolutely senseless to talk to
    • lesson.
    • less dead.
    • talks English he almost spits the sounds out. The chest is less
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    • speak of “object lessons.” They are quite sound,
    • that these object lessons should never become trivial, that
    • form of object lessons simply extends a pall of weariness over
    • of giving an object lesson, you discuss with the children the
    • around him in daily life. Object lessons, as given to-day,
    • lesson. It is not at all a good thing to want to explain
    • remains fascinated by what the lesson offered him and is less
    • connection object lessons should be given. For these object
    • lessons can reinforce the fantasy or imagination quite
    • morality of the soul. But the human being is less exposed to
    • nutrition. In natural history, in physics, in the lessons which
    • expand geography to its full scope, even in history lessons,
    • the beginning of the history lesson to the end of the history
    • lesson, with teaching history. And then there can come into
    • enthuses too freely on object lessons does not know that there
    • when people try to teach the child by object lessons things
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    • things may not be openly acknowledged, they are nevertheless
    • self-education will pass over to the child. The less we think of
    • sleeps his very way into life.” Nevertheless, what inwardly
    • of sleeping and waking. Needless to say, my dear friends, in our
    • basis of this spirit of personality is of less effect. In that moment
    • we have nevertheless established a relationship with them such as we
    • Our whole conduct and bearing as we teach will not be complete unless
    • becomes properly membered with the Soul-Spirit. Needless to say, this
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    • less devoid of content to-day: they have become mere words. Anyone who
    • You cannot arrive at a true understanding of it unless it is clear to
    • real, and an image is something less than real; a seed does not become
    • you to comprehend the being of man unless you understand the
    • meaningless, as I have often explained to you.
    • it is nevertheless only playing with words. Motor nerves are spoken of
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    • position which has made his existence seem of less value than that of
    • less than death” and “more than life.” When
    • the external world as more or less of a unity, and continually muddles
    • is added to the bread; they know that the bread could not rise unless
    • exceedingly hard to understand such a thought. But unless we permeate
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    • himself (to a greater or lesser degree) as a plurality, in contrast to
    • the Life-Spirit we come to something which is less perceptible in
    • how he builds his dams. A man could not do this unless he had learned
    • it, unless indeed he had gone through a very complicated training for
    • or less. Psychologists of to-day are puzzled to know whether to keep the
    • important lessons, a religion lesson. When we entered the classroom
    • lesson came to an end, they went out to play. I had the impression
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    • would get no further than an instinctive willing unless we could bring
    • early childhood we act more or less out of pure sympathy, however
    • whole you cannot keep thought and will strictly apart, and still less
    • separated from the rest of the body, the less do we notice it. In
    • In the sense of hearing it is less suppressed. Hearing has much more
    • as feeling being, some senses bear more, some less of this whole human
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    • being completely unless we know that sleep plays into his waking life,
    • Seen from the spiritual point of view ordinary dreamless sleep is a
    • Psychologists take endless trouble to define the relation between body
    • only, when using his thinking-cognition unless he does such exercises
    • of their capacities. It is a matter of world content, no less than
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    • soulless or very much imbued with soul. For the soul element lies
    • people are very soulless in middle life does not prove that middle age
    • It is of course impossible to be acquainted with all the countless
    • They have more of the nature of thought and have lost the restless
    • especially present-day theologies, the Bible is less understood than
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    • towards a comprehension of remembering and forgetting. Nevertheless,
    • naturally not be able to do this in a day. We must so plan our lessons
    • greater. The greater the interest such lessons arouse the more they
    • consists in contradictions. We do not understand reality unless we see
    • others which complete the twelve less conspicuous. I have often spoken
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    • everything to Man. Prayer metamorphosed to Blessing. In first period
    • could not express himself in speech unless he were continually
    • to him unless he were continuously receiving conclusions. Academic
    • blessing, of being able to impart to others what comes from a mood of
    • way: a man or woman will only be able to impart blessing in old age if
    • learned to pray rightly then as an old man or old woman one can bless
    • enjoy the world in the lessons he receives. Therefore from the outset
    • lessons,” regulations which are often very crude and are drawn up
    • To-day it is much in favour to conduct object lessons on the Socratic
    • method or that when choosing set pieces for his object lesson. What is
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    • unless he is conscious of this connection of man with the universe.
    • perhaps) across the earth. Nevertheless you have the sensation of
    • sensation unless it can accept man as a cosmic being. It will always
    • unless he turns it inside out, for otherwise he never knows the part
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    • his soul which is as yet still less perfect.
    • but he will very probably not do so unless in addition to the
    • teach rightly unless you know that, while you are teaching and
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    • a long time for the mutual relationship between body and soul unless
    • the salt is nevertheless in the food, and you are taking in mineral
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    • all, for there is less of the substance-creating process going on in
    • towards these things unless we appreciate their very great
    • channels of lifeless matter.
    • sleep too much. Nevertheless through excessive bodily work we produce
    • does no less than an industrious person — but he does it without
    • difference. Senseless activities such as a lazy person carries on are
    • without purpose, senselessly active, when he acts only in accordance
    • along in your reading, the less you exert yourselves to take in what
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    • the lung as less spiritual than the nose? This is a mistake. The lung
    • the human form unless we recognise the expression of this sacrifice to
    • surprised that as soon as the head is more or less complete
    • is mostly meaningless. For one cannot explain well what one does not
    • child's imagination in all we teach him, in all the lessons he has to
    • children. For this reason no one can be a good primary teacher unless
    • educational morality unless you turn ever and again to fundamentals
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    • to social organisation and social institutions less tragic than those
    • of the present day, less full of menace? We can give ourselves no
    • in his helplessness. And only when the educator is conscious that he
    • proof. Kindly humour and geniality in a lesson have far more value
    • use the expression — bestow blessing. There are such people,
    • their personality which blesses. The whole course of a man's life is
    • the power of blessing; it may have been the conscious deed of some one
    • to bless, to work down, oneself to become an authority, an
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    • nowhere else in life — unless we have accomplished an inner soul
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    • of the word. And here I shall be describing a way that is even less
    • namely, as soon as the eye departs from selflessness and becomes
    • that it is selfless.
    • professionally before that time; nevertheless, I should not have felt
    • understand man unless one knows how man breathes, how breathing is
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    • school period is to compose all lessons in a way that appeals to the
    • plan your lesson so that the child shall not get tired? It is not that
    • ages we have no wish to revive; nevertheless anyone who can look upon
    • This age has less capacity than any other for deriving answers to its
    • is the religious attitude, neither more nor less. We feel religious in
    • objective in regard to many things — things possibly of less
    • better attitude than the modern one. — Nevertheless we do get a
    • work artistically in education. This we shall never achieve unless we
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    • Hence, we begin with writing lessons, not reading lessons, and we
    • to take a lesson has one temperament or another. The lesson can only
    • the whole class. Hence every teacher must give his lesson in his own
    • Moreover, I had to make careful note of the time of the music lesson,
    • start from something incomplete. Nevertheless, if, once more we teach
    • Anyone can see that in the abstract. It is less easy for people to see
    • less advanced children to a class below. One may have a comparatively
    • more or less in the following way: They would say: What we get in life
    • grasp a whole, not always to proceed from the less to the greater. And
    • multiplication similarly, the child has less tendency to
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    • Nevertheless one will sometimes have great trouble in controlling the
    • children over 12 years old, suddenly become inattentive to the lesson
    • we must realise: this child of more phlegmatic temperament dwells less
    • far less. He still retains something of the baby within him. A baby
    • restless by choler.
    • principle of the painting; but within' the painting lesson one can
    • painting lesson. If there is the right artistic contact between
    • much less the colours go into curves, or rounded forms; rather you
    • lesson. The gymnastic lesson must follow absolutely and entirely upon
    • entrust to one teacher even supplementary lessons in the lower
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    • it with good will. Nevertheless, many children of the so-called upper
    • children we had in each particular class. Nevertheless this would only
    • The arrangement in the Waldorf School is that the main lesson shall
    • take place in the morning. The main lesson begins in winter at 8 or
    • main lesson is that it does away with the ordinary kind of time table.
    • The language lesson, which, with us, is a conversation lesson, forms
    • lesson — which is always held in the first part of the morning.
    • eurhythmy lessons. This is so that the child may as far as possible
    • Now we have further handwork lessons in addition to this handicraft
    • lessons. (durcheinandersitzen: i.e.=sit side by side, or beside each
    • the handwork lessons. All kinds of things are made in handwork. And
    • only difference we have found so far, that in the spinning lesson the
    • needlework lesson in connection with what is learned in the painting
    • lesson. And in the painting lesson the children are not taught to draw
    • inconvenient — sometimes after the painting lesson the class-room
    • The lesson must be a preparation for life. Now among these exhibits
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    • trouble with this child because it has less grasp of the subjects and
    • their children to any religion lesson requested us to carry the
    • religion lessons teach Anthroposophy, rather we endeavour to find
    • to the Anthroposophical religion lessons. Thus it is quite
    • abandon the catholic and evangelical (protestant) religion lessons and
    • than they are already and people would say they understood even less
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    • — a girl of the top class came to me between lessons, in —
    • disposition so much the more. You see, unless one knows these things,
    • on in one direction and push ahead regardless of anything but his one
    • If, nevertheless, people have found fanaticism, dogmatism, a swearing
    • lectures had had to be given — nevertheless it has been a great,
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    • Nevertheless, the case is that certain human organs and groups of organs
    • precisely, I would like to say, and others less precisely.
    • then, this less clearly defined — system of organs that I have
    • be filled out in such a way that the less well filled out parts of the
    • beginnings nevertheless at a certain stage of development.
    • into the rhythmic system. Our ordinary head, the more or less thoughtful
    • system, and careless, chaotic thought, as well as logical thought, Logical
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    • that the children do these exercises much less gladly than the other
    • it is less applicable, although for the labial and lingual sounds
    • done with the legs as well where possible, only somewhat less forcefully,
    • here. And now try to observe yourself — here the feeling is less
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    • of living into the world vigorously; of making himself selfless and
    • then we should consider a second element which I believe people pay less
    • are distinctly different from one another, but are nevertheless one; in
    • sounds: G, K, Ch, and the French Ng, more or less. We will have to write
    • Sh and Ch as well, more or less. These would be the decided breath sounds.
    • the process of their becoming. One must concentrate less on what comes
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    • always work more or less directly on the rhythmic organism. With the
    • So that without singing — singing would be of less help in this
    • self-evident — nevertheless, such children are always simultaneously
    • the D-movement and one would nevertheless have achieved that which was
    • in artistic eurythmy. That would be most troubling. One must nevertheless
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    • fact is that it has less to do with the long-short than it has to do
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    • so unendlessly much one could relate about the connection between the
    • with in these days. Nevertheless, the essence of that which concerns
    • to the outer organism for us to be able to make him grow. Nevertheless,
    • first instance as curative eurythmy; nevertheless, in the moment a person
    • man that is seldom so, but among less civilized peoples it is sometimes
    • consonantal world in speech is appreciably richer among less civilized
    • nevertheless, in this way that the inner world of man lying within the
    • who are pathologically self-less, these organs expand. They have no
    • is more outwardly physiologic, Swedish gymnastics and so on. Nevertheless
    • carried out by those peoples who take less part in the process of
    • that is something of much less interest to us at the moment. What interests
    • him and brings him out of an egoless mingling with the world; in the
    • considered, alternating between the lessons one would place more in
    • the morning hours where more mental work would be done and the lessons
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    • such as that which takes place in eurythmy, we may do no less than to
    • and spiritualized in perception; that is, more or less, the descending
    • is nevertheless not hydrocephalic and is otherwise apparently
    • else along with it, the matter has nevertheless been thoroughly dealt
    • it may nevertheless be necessary to render aid when something appears
    • nevertheless remain, when man attempts to prevent this tendency from
    • friends, those are more or less the things that it is possible to answer
    • that your medical colleagues in the world will wage their wars no less
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    • nonetheless similar. In eurythmy one blocks out what is of the nature of
    • Through spiritual science you will not have less to learn, but more,
    • but there is a snag attached to learning less anyway, because through
    • proportion nevertheless. One has simply, a driving of the metabolic-man
    • unless in the process of doing the exercise you feel the muscles throughout
    • itself is left in peace, exercises may nevertheless definitely be done
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    • the artist is not merely developing some more or less limited impulse,
    • through the artist working from a model, and in his way more or less
    • nevertheless these movements should only be used to strengthen the
    • or less passively, or whether there is a conscious tension in the
    • beautiful Eurythmist on the stage, rather than one who is less
    • The fingers are quite meaningless when they are inactive. They only
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    • that will be less familiar to you, but one needs to know it:
    • they can take their protein from lifeless, mineral sources. Neither
    • is to be got from lifeless elements — he would then only be a plant
    • or animal kingdom alive on the earth unless plants had had a very
    • Unless there is warmth we can't transform our carbohydrates into
    • fruits, as I said, we don't have to cook much — unless we have a weak
    • something that is really judged quite falsely unless it is considered
    • true. One is often much better nourished if one eats less, because
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    • cannot flourish unless the soil itself is to some degree alive. And
    • for a long time. And the lack will become greater and greater unless
    • only reach to the knee, or less. Someday they will only reach to the
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    • less than a civilized human being who can experience the pain of
    • when he awakens in the morning, he nevertheless senses these imprints
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    • have a more-or-less profound significance for the inner being of man.
    • state of consciousness is dreamless sleep, a state of a certain
    • transforming dreamless sleep into a conscious state. This world that
    • dreamless sleep. The colors of the astral world become increasingly
    • of himself nor of his experiences there. Nevertheless, he returns
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    • twenty-nine more-or-less gifted musicians were born into the Bach
    • configuration of the ear. All musical talent is meaningless if a
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    • finds oneself attracted more to one being, less to another; this is
    • case in earlier epochs of human evolution. Man lived less in his
    • unless the vowel or soul element touches it. Many details point to
    • prosaic age; nevertheless, I did not mean all this figuratively or
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    • the ancient Atlantean time — unless we wish to go back further,
    • and took hold of the as yet formless earthly being in, I would like
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    • element that kindles music in the first place. Regardless of man's
    • are more or less the forms that can be used as stereotypical forms,
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    • which seem senseless and purposeless not only when judged by the
    • nevertheless it will assert itself and for the following reason.
    • spiritual life. And because of this, others less spiritually inclined
    • at once that, although such deeds appear to be senseless, their
    • life. You may speak for long years, on countless occasions, to vast
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    • other Movements — and countless numbers of leagues, unions and
    • Men are still unwilling to admit many things that are nevertheless
    • East — this is what causes endless confusion and chaos. For only
    • withhold from men the blessings which it is the purpose of the
    • mind, but it is so, nevertheless. To see certain things in their
    • any such change took place in the year 1879; nevertheless it will have
    • Here, in many domains, with weapons of knowledge no less dangerous, a
    • true that countless factors lurk within human beings today, trouble
    • thought dwells there because the soul today is still heedless
    • and is rather susceptible to these heedless thoughts. According to an
    • significance, nevertheless. If we are filled with this thought it will
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    • the other Gospels, especially in the apparently less profound Gospel
    • draw out the colour from the plant, a lifeless colour-form would
    • anything but a lifeless picture, for when he extracts the colour from
    • substance of the plant. He then has before him, not a lifeless
    • boundless, and if left to its own resources the soul floats hither
    • ‘servants’ of the Word — people who could count less upon
    • whom communications from the world of Inspiration were nevertheless
    • the case. Nevertheless it might conceivably happen that someone who
    • way less than those which must be assumed to exist between the Gospel
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    • understood unless we consider (again from the vantage-point of
    • earlier from his mission, men could no longer have been blessed by
    • less. If the Bodhisattva who lived six hundred years before our era
    • less did it satisfy him, until finally it seemed to him to be utterly
    • Gospel of St. Luke, unless we follow evolution backwards from the
    • 2:28 Then took he him up in his arms, and blessed God, and said, \
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    • understood unless studied in connection with the rest. This applies
    • it possible for a young human being to develop in a way that is less
    • normal and less in conformity with the customs of our present age. We
    • would tackle his lessons with a far greater activity of soul and have
    • matter and populate the Earth became steadily less, with the result
    • of the Earth were barren and the population less and less numerous,
    • forces were no longer in ‘Adam’, and the still guiltless
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    • though not the facts themselves. Nevertheless you can put them to the
    • the mighty Being who sends down His spiritual blessings as the
    • (1:40 And entered into the house of Zacharias, and saluted Elisabeth.1:41 And it came to pass, that, when Elisabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the babe leaped in her womb; and Elisabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost:1:42 And she spake out with a loud voice, and said, BlessLuke I, 39–44).
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    • soul of his original mother, called in the Bible the ‘Blessed
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    • external way are less liable to have that effect.
    • reached the level of the first; nevertheless it continues its course
    • Buddha's revelation and kept at a less mature stage of
    • only as a ‘homeless’ man (like the Buddha who left his home for
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    • fully understood unless the organization indicated in my book
    • subject to the Luciferic influence he would have been less deeply
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    • physical body and was less firmly knit with it than is the case
    • and the less power it had over the physical body. In the ancient
    • Such an effect can only very gradually become possible; nevertheless
    • extent and to have less and less power over the external organism,
    • mastery and dominates the soul-and-spirit which has become powerless
    • bestow upon us no greater boon than this. The ‘lesser’ truths
    • Strange as it may seem, it is nevertheless true that all the
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    • of St. Luke cannot be understood unless the evolution of humanity is
    • other words unless the transformations that have taken place in the
    • — admittedly less rapidly and more gradually but for all that
    • infinite blessing of mankind; without it the Bible will be lost. This
    • different antecedents lays less emphasis upon this particular secret
    • although things do not generally overflow unless they are more than
    • here is meaningless. If it is contended that the German language does
    • that too is senseless. For if the stove is
    • Among countless references to Maitreya Buddha in the vast literature
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    • “Blessed be
    • ye poor; for yours is the kingdom of God. Blessed are ye that
    • hunger now; for ye shall be filled. Blessed are ye that weep now;
    • for ye shall laugh. Blessed are ye when men shall hate you, and
    • (Blessed be ye poor: for yours is the kingdom of God. \
    • 6:21 Blessed are ye that hunger now: for ye shall be filled. Blessed are ye that weep now: for ye shall laugh. \
    • 6:22 Blessed are ye, when men shall hate you, and when they shall separate you from their company, and shall reproach you, and cast out your name as evil, for the Son of man\'s sake. \
    • 7:23 And blessed is he, whosoever shall not be offended in me. \
    • God unless they had attained Initiation in some form; but then they
    • (See O faithlessLuke IX, 41.)
    • that what streams down to them from the Cross is not lifeless
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    • The Homeless Souls
    • movement for more or less mundane reasons; but through a deepening of
    • ambience, indeed social pressures, which more or less consciously
    • these more or less clearly defined beliefs. The life of a child then
    • whose interest is concentrated less on worldly happenings as they
    • appearance is not always the decisive thing — are less able to
    • make themselves at home, are homeless souls, and grow beyond the
    • paths and did not put such obstacles in the way of homeless souls,
    • hint of such homelessness about them.
    • The tendency to such homelessness could be anticipated: the
    • rapidly growing evidence of a longing in homeless souls for an
    • Bayreuth as a kind of modern pilgrimage. But even among the less
    • fashionable there were those who were also homeless souls.
    • materialism of the time. And the homeless souls who were driven in
    • possessed of a homeless soul, became acquainted with a way of looking
    • As I said, such homeless souls can be found everywhere. But
    • in the late 1880s, in a group which consisted entirely of such homeless
    • homelessness was visible for anyone to see even then, because many of
    • the following. I was sitting in a circle of such homeless souls and
    • But as more and more of these homeless souls began to appear at
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    • satisfy their spiritual yearning are homeless souls in a certain
    • summoned, by telegram no less, to go to the Rax Alp on the northern
    • nevertheless, took on a deeper significance in a certain sense, even
    • Such a view is not possible unless one behaves rather like Icarus.
    • Nevertheless, a pure form of knowledge had been preserved. A great
    • Christianity. Nevertheless, his is not really the appropriate way to
    • are unclear memories they are, nevertheless, something to be feared
    • was less frightening because Blavatsky was a chaotic personality who
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    • coming together of those whom I described as homeless souls.
    • formulation of Ohm's Law his work was rejected as useless by an
    • publications are worthless.
    • was not worthless. Its content was substantive enough to identify the
    • nevertheless true. A greater hardening of the brain took place in
    • century they became hard enough too. But it was nevertheless men who
    • to the spirit. One can be a materialist, no less, and possess a great
    • nevertheless many people whose interests would not be served by
    • handled her own inner revelation in a naive and helpless manner. That
    • helpless attitude to her own inner revelations. Take the affair with
    • with a less sclerotic brain than all those officials — to find
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    • with a Christian outlook — less so perhaps on those with a
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    • wisdom was preserved only in a more or less traditional form,
    • Thus these souls whom I described as homeless, whose earlier earth
    • Now the position of anthroposophy in relation to these homeless
    • approach would have been useless; the only sensible course was hope,
    • Nevertheless, in the first seven years of my anthroposophical work
    • with a personality who, however she was prompted, nevertheless was
    • Today how many souls have a hint of such homelessness about them?
    • tendency to such homelessness has become an integral element in many
    • of a longing in homeless souls for an attitude to life which was not
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    • scientific method. Nevertheless, despite the amateurish stamp which
    • movement in Munich many homeless souls were already organized in the
    • that. The whole thing dissolved more or less amicably. In the end we
    • natural-scientific approach. It was less radical, nevertheless, than
    • an endlessly repeated tune. The idolization of Bhagavan Das was based
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    • to say something terribly arrogant, but true nevertheless; no one
    • This will, of course, apply less and less as anthroposophy
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    • homeless souls were motivated by the material which Blavatsky
    • world, it was nevertheless possible to draw the conclusion that
    • the world which will satisfy homeless souls is morality and ethics.
    • homeless soul, feels when we talk about nature today. It feels that
    • store is set in our modern times. But homeless souls do have an
    • Nevertheless, our forefathers tell us it should be reality.
    • because of the special nature of their homeless souls, were prompted
    • sailed into a warmer, tropical climate, the body needed to burn less
    • oxygen to produce heat, resulting in less of a transformation into
    • enters less deeply into the body
    • lesser thickening of the blood. They live more instinctively in their
    • less talk about fraternity and universal human love, but these
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    • basis, I would like, none the less, to call attention to them
    • conjecture and emotional enthusiasm we shall know progressively less
    • is powerless unless he finds a form of knowledge that transcends the
    • differently thousands of years ago. Sleep was less unconscious,
    • to the forming from the formless; they saw into the workshop of
    • first elementary lessons that children are taught in school today
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    • night consciousness, they experienced none the less wide differences
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • dreamless sleep of present-day man and examine the ordinary
    • but which indicates, none the less, that, in sleep, experiences rise
    • feel restless and uneasy. Then suddenly — we had not noticed it
    • entity, but, in relation to the endlessly manifold richness of that
    • which for that reason has less reality, is an animal. A being with
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    • These plants do not appear as lifeless, unreal, nebulous images, but
    • a whole world. We are gazing on countless beings, each of which is a
    • shall be invested with a spirit of selfless service proceeding from
    • the heart and soul of man. And this selfless service will be rewarded
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    • physical outlook and spiritual science must none the less be
    • of facts and to endless transformations of your being. Realize that
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    • acquire in the phenomenal world is valueless in this intermediate
    • terms oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, etc., are meaningless, they are
    • none the less, is related to the human being, man becomes inwardly
    • the spiritual world since the brain is quite useless for this
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    • thinking and memories are silenced, we remain none the less aware of
    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
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    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • permanently inhabit the spiritual world are less sharply defined in
    • however less perfect beings amongst them. Just as on Earth there are
    • their companions. None the less, they have reached a certain stage of
    • magic is a force to be reckoned with, the life emanations are no less
    • exudations or to discuss psychic materialisations, nevertheless feel
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    • We find that the weight of the body is less in water than in air.
    • writes. The medium, of course, could not write unless everything
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    • more or less the condition of man in earliest times. Today we have to
    • were less antipathetic to the ideas of Goethe at first, but
    • discussing. None the less this path is precisely as I have described
    • thoughtlessness so easily takes over. Under normal conditions the
    • astral body, he nevertheless lives within it. He lives wholly in his
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • down into the world of dream, we are immersed in the formless, in
    • in which the dreamer wanders aimlessly to the world in which the
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    • none the less evident today, even to the scientist, that nothing
    • are vitally necessary to the higher members of man's being. Less
    • consciousness of sleep, of dreamless sleep. If we observe man during
    • experience it less externally; it creates a general feeling of
    • transmitted by wireless telegraphy. Phenomena of this kind of which
    • spiritual world which are meaningless, because the phenomena
    • the less it is a path which must be traversed.
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    • teachings and an understanding of them unless one can investigate the
    • through which he passes between death and rebirth only in dreamless
    • apprehend cognitively, none the less, if the fruits of our
    • oneself, one still believes in them. This boundless credulity is
    • less hag-ridden because theorizing is unpopular. Here the
    • etheric being. Nevertheless a definite renewal does take place. And
    • must fall unless it is firmly underpinned. Anthroposophical truths
    • character to a greater or lesser extent. Music, which includes also
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    • basis, I would like, none the less, to call attention to them
    • conjecture and emotional enthusiasm we shall know progressively less
    • is powerless unless he finds a form of knowledge that transcends the
    • differently thousands of years ago. Sleep was less unconscious,
    • to the forming from the formless; they saw into the workshop of
    • first elementary lessons that children are taught in school today
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    • night consciousness, they experienced none the less wide differences
    • may be compared to a state of dreamless sleep. If we look at the
    • on what a person may experience in dreamless sleep because, as a
    • tell us anything of their experiences in dreamless sleep. Dream life,
    • dreamless sleep of present-day man and examine the ordinary
    • but which indicates, none the less, that, in sleep, experiences rise
    • feel restless and uneasy. Then suddenly — we had not noticed it
    • entity, but, in relation to the endlessly manifold richness of that
    • which for that reason has less reality, is an animal. A being with
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    • These plants do not appear as lifeless, unreal, nebulous images, but
    • a whole world. We are gazing on countless beings, each of which is a
    • shall be invested with a spirit of selfless service proceeding from
    • the heart and soul of man. And this selfless service will be rewarded
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    • physical outlook and spiritual science must none the less be
    • of facts and to endless transformations of your being. Realize that
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    • acquire in the phenomenal world is valueless in this intermediate
    • terms oxygen, hydrogen and nitrogen, etc., are meaningless, they are
    • none the less, is related to the human being, man becomes inwardly
    • the spiritual world since the brain is quite useless for this
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    • thinking and memories are silenced, we remain none the less aware of
    • stage through which man passes in ordinary life is that of dreamless
    • asleep. Dreamless sleep means that we live in the Ego and astral body
    • dreamless sleep. The purpose of concentration and meditation is to
    • dreamless sleep instead of normal consciousness, we should no longer
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    • much less need for the Initiate to enter personally or individually
    • permanently inhabit the spiritual world are less sharply defined in
    • however less perfect beings amongst them. Just as on Earth there are
    • their companions. None the less, they have reached a certain stage of
    • magic is a force to be reckoned with, the life emanations are no less
    • exudations or to discuss psychic materialisations, nevertheless feel
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    • We find that the weight of the body is less in water than in air.
    • writes. The medium, of course, could not write unless everything
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    • more or less the condition of man in earliest times. Today we have to
    • were less antipathetic to the ideas of Goethe at first, but
    • discussing. None the less this path is precisely as I have described
    • thoughtlessness so easily takes over. Under normal conditions the
    • astral body, he nevertheless lives within it. He lives wholly in his
    • bodies in the right way. Even when we are in dreamless sleep, for
    • down into the world of dream, we are immersed in the formless, in
    • in which the dreamer wanders aimlessly to the world in which the
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    • none the less evident today, even to the scientist, that nothing
    • are vitally necessary to the higher members of man's being. Less
    • consciousness of sleep, of dreamless sleep. If we observe man during
    • experience it less externally; it creates a general feeling of
    • transmitted by wireless telegraphy. Phenomena of this kind of which
    • spiritual world which are meaningless, because the phenomena
    • the less it is a path which must be traversed.
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    • teachings and an understanding of them unless one can investigate the
    • through which he passes between death and rebirth only in dreamless
    • apprehend cognitively, none the less, if the fruits of our
    • oneself, one still believes in them. This boundless credulity is
    • less hag-ridden because theorizing is unpopular. Here the
    • etheric being. Nevertheless a definite renewal does take place. And
    • must fall unless it is firmly underpinned. Anthroposophical truths
    • character to a greater or lesser extent. Music, which includes also
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    • more at rest, yet we are less aware of this because we live
    • less in our will. All the arguing the philosophers have done
    • fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, unless he
    • had to speak differently to the souls that were less exposed
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    • make this comparison will see that, unless there is an
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    • feel secure as to his future; nevertheless, neither the past
    • fragmentation, as though it must disintegrate into an endless
    • world so far is still more or less at the experimental stage,
    • from the building as something rendered harmless. It really
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    • Blessed is he who in earthly
    • Blessed is he who in earthly
    • Blessed is he who in earthly
    • Blessed is he who in earthly
    • conclusion was undoubtedly also much more impressive and less
    • possess a knowledge — even if it was less defined and
    • bless you and fill you with its love. And if after, or whilst
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    • however, cannot really fully take place unless it enters
    • to experience this intensely in the soul unless the
    • much less of the serious side of wrath about it and does not
    • devotion. And you would find it a blessing if you could
    • would feel blessed by divine mercy if you could go through
    • would be paid so much that he could more or less balance the
    • beings were far less illiterate in the spirit. But this must
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    • more or less theoretically what we understand by the
    • We are less
    • its concepts and ideas, appears dull and dry, cold, lifeless
    • and loveless. Yet there is every justification to feel this
    • although those feelings would be less in keeping with modern
    • and not less. Everything grows even more puzzling, which
    • lifeless nature becomes filled with Lucifer and Ahriman and
    • such a way that in the course of his lessons, what comes from
    • lessons and learns from us as little as he possibly can.
    • This is less convenient, of course, than reading a textbook
    • useless things in their spare time, or they develop an
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    • less like that, even if not exactly the same. And this
    • less materialistic.
    • living force unless we work at the content of the second
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    • less difficult to study than the forms of any other living
    • the creative forces in nature, and unless modern industrial
    • nevertheless, of course, otherwise it would mean a dying. Man
    • needless work studying these concepts and ideas, for it is
    • us to selfless co-operation in mankind's development.
    • scientific outlook cannot, in fact, achieve its aim unless it
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    • Now when we look at the lifeless stone outside, if we
    • in its present condition. The fact that plants grow on the lifeless
    • back to what once lived in all that today is lifeless, before indeed
    • the earth as a whole died. Unless the earth as a whole had died there
    • What it amounts to is thoughtlessness — not
    • because the facts oblige one to be thoughtless, but because one wants
    • So we must picture that what today is lifeless around us
    • things solid or fluid or gaseous? It is heat! And unless heat is
    • not a primeval mist, a lifeless mist, but that living warmth was
    • observed very thoughtlessly. If we are to picture the animals as they
    • are only formless water structures were at that time forms. There was
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    • less sulphurous, approaching nearer to the present condition, and
    • less as they glided along in the dense fluid, they became in the main
    • such substances did not as yet exist. Nevertheless, man has
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    • understood at all unless one can go into such things. For all the
    • lifeless air. It has died. Formerly the albumen was living. The air
    • sulphur to a lesser degree. In our breathing we ourselves unite the
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    • say: Yes, but earlier human beings were far less perfect than they
    • is today, or at least somewhat less hard, people burrowed into the
    • or less firm, although the land always sank again, but it was already
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    • can be seen in a less adulterated form — we find a culture
    • inside. No one today knows what a liver looks like unless they
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    • thing has a name that will be less familiar to you, but one needs to
    • lifeless, mineral sources. Neither animal nor man can do that. A
    • human being cannot use the protein that is to be got from lifeless
    • unless plants had had a very different character from those kingdoms.
    • that to digest our food we need inner warmth. Unless there is warmth
    • much — unless we have a weak organism, in which case the
    • unless it is considered from an anthroposophical point of view.
    • less, because then one does not poison oneself.
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    • ground. The plant cannot flourish unless the soil itself is to some
    • become greater and greater unless people return to proper manuring.
    • knee, or less. Someday they will only reach to the stomach —
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    • present animal but nevertheless animal-like, and this must have
    • spiritually. His face was more or less what we would certainly call
    • me about it, adding that it would have been much less foolish to let
    • have no thought of the sick unless they are encouraged to get out of
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    • Countless theories have been put forward as to its origin. Whether
    • delicate, more keen, just because he had less brain, that in the
    • less sense activity had so far been transformed into brain. In those
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    • Mars consists primarily of a more or less fluid mass, not as fluid as
    • or less living.
    • The influence of the moon is of less significance for
    • man, but nevertheless it is there. When you remember that the tides
    • acquiring knowledge; nevertheless it is possible to know these
    • aromatic; garden strawberries have less scent, are less sharp in
    • things have been more or less forgotten. Simple country farmers used
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    • radiate less and less strongly, and finally, when it has become
    • manifold ways, but it is nevertheless there.
    • universe; for when we generate wireless electric currents on the
    • or less obvious. But the weather depends upon so many circumstances
    • because again the conditions are complicated. Nevertheless, the
    • that it's useless, because everyone says something different. That is
    • less able to understand things in the winter than in the summer.
    • their stalls suddenly became restless and tried to get out; those
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    • described. Through the fact that the air exerts less pressure toward
    • that is little spoken of today but which is nevertheless true. You
    • never occur unless at some particular place the sun is able to shine
    • animals have become so restless and are running away. But after a few
    • earth. With both, men copy the universe: they have more or less
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    • such a thing; it was such a silly, useless thing! Nor has it always
    • unless the spiritual foundation of things is recognized and known.
    • But there was anxiety nevertheless! You may now ask: Was the
    • today. In ancient times their spiritual faculties were not less, but
    • abnormally restless. The science of their day justified them in their
    • displayed. Today these things have been more or less forgotten, for
    • that those who had been working all day were much less fatigued than
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    • fore in an epoch when men have more or less lost real knowledge.
    • they know still less what is going on in the world of men.
    • thoughtless and do not penetrate to the reality of things. Once they
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    • an individual of whom even less is known than is known about Shakespeare, a
    • instinct. There are countless examples of people who are tempted by a
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    • before us a lifeless human being. When a human being has passed through the
    • Nevertheless, what Spiritual Science says concerning phenomena on higher
    • selfless, that of course would be bad, as any use of catchwords always is. It
    • existence. It must become simultaneously an independent being and a selfless
    • side becomes selfless — can human evolution go forward so as to be
    • enough, to engender selflessness. What is the Ego's response when anger
    • induces selflessness. For if anger is such that it can be called noble and
    • and to produce something like powerlessness in the soul. If the soul
    • so promotes selflessness. Thus we see how anger serves to teach both
    • independence and selflessness; that is its dual mission as an educator of
    • world offends our inner feeling, we would not be selfless, but dependent and
    • Ego-less in the worst sense.
    • unless we have first possessed it. Anger can be overcome only by someone who
    • Soul and the Consciousness Soul, where love and the power to give blessing
    • are brought to see, though perhaps less clearly, the role of anger as a
    • way, so that it may become self less and thus develop its other aspect. The
    • blessing. So, too, we behold the birth of a God of love who tends and
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    • control of himself and engage in wild, immoral and loveless behaviour? If we
    • it and rises above it, his selflessness will be enhanced and the selflessness
    • selflessness, is truth. Truth educates the Intellectual Soul. While anger is
    • united with it. Nevertheless, eminent poets and thinkers have rightly claimed
    • that full possession of truth is beyond human reach. Lessing,
    • imbued with a progressive power that leads him to selflessness.
    • A less familiar
    • a man confines himself to this kind of reflective thought, the less fruitful
    • fills his mind with phantom ideas and bloodless abstractions. Such a man may
    • powerless in the face of the universally creative wisdom from which the world
    • everything but is powerless to bring anything about. The poem was to have
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    • the Ego and makes it more selfless.
    • only from the other powers of his soul, feeling and willing. Unless his
    • will the Consciousness Soul gain a knowledge of external objects unless love
    • in any direction, as a human Self, unless it maintains in its thinking a
    • through his hands in acts of blessing; and by moving his head he can observe
    • bless and comfort, although they have never been folded in reverence and
    • devotion, cannot bestow much love and blessing from their own nullity. But
    • hands, turns into blessing.
    • fostered under the right guidance will lead to a weak and powerless old age.
    • heavens in their endless glory and our reverence goes out to all that lies
    • advance towards union with that which is above us unless we first approach it
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    • and Consciousness Soul, are by no means featureless; they are endowed with
    • body, with its innate pre-dispositions. Nevertheless, observation shows that
    • we cannot fully understand these things unless we relate them to their
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    • unbiased study, such as Spiritual Science demands, is impossible unless we
    • there, and is useless for working in the world. While the true asceticism
    • useless. It is helpful only when it results from an attitude that I will
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    • pledge themselves to cultivate selflessness and freedom from egoism in any
    • your wish I shall be doing something entirely selfless. But listen —
    • readily become catch-words unless they are used in a direct
    • selflessness. We shall not treat them as catch-words, but will try to
    • light, there would be no eyes. Through endless ages, as Goethe says, the
    • in selflessness, instead of freeing him from himself and bringing him into
    • expression only to worthless demands and useless moral postulates. For only
    • babbling to the stove is useless, when what we need to do is simply to bring
    • and blessedness and inward happiness in her experience of communion with what
    • heartless towards it, may bring him some satisfaction and a certain
    • that this is an entirely formless work, and anyone is at liberty to judge it
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    • worthlessness and meaninglessness of the physical sense-perceptible as the
    • is worthless. The nothingness and non-existence of everything visible is
    • nothing we encounter is worthless, but is rather a building-stone for the
    • earth-lives are therefore not meaningless: they are the path which will
    • law — that is, the law imparted by the Buddha — is blessed. He who
    • raises himself above the passions is blessed. He who can live in loneliness
    • is blessed. He who can live with the creatures of the world and do them no
    • harm is blessed. And so on.
    • “Blessed are they who are beggars for the spirit, for they will find
    • “Blessed are they who hear the law”; there is an addition. We are
    • told: Blessed are the poor in spirit so that they have to beg for it, for
    • clairvoyance through the Word which will reveal itself within him. Blessed,
    • spirit. Blessed are they, for theirs is that which reveals itself through the
    • “Blessed are they who suffer”, for although the outer sense-world
    • the remedy for suffering. Blessed are they who can no longer find in the
    • of the beatitude, “Blessed are they who thirst after justice, for they
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    • into a less conscious or unconscious condition, he will regress to earlier
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    • if one wanted to describe everything in this field in detail. Nevertheless,
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    • advance quietly, step by step, from the well known to the less known, is a
    • laughing and weeping. They cannot be understood unless we regard them as
    • impressions will, of course, be made on our physical body unless we close our
    • eyes or stop up our ears. The physical body is less under our control than
    • is impoverished and feels its selfhood less strongly than usual, for the
    • relationships which — unless we are topsy-turvy minded — do not
    • it feels that existence is worthless and that it wants to have no more to do
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    • will always remain somewhat incomprehensible unless we make an effort to
    • endlessly attractive to study him in so far as the universal human image is
    • before us, pure, with its green sap. Unless we indulge in fancies we cannot
    • the soul could not imagine a red rose unless it had received an impression of
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    • endless help it can give to anyone who wishes to follow the
    • the endless expanses of soul-life. We have to realise that the soul is
    • shall feel that wonderful inner warmth which fills us with inner blessedness
    • being grasped. However, unless it has been created out of wisdom, it will not
    • garden, but on their own account, so as to find blessedness within their own
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    • completely powerless, then, to transfuse into his physical and ether bodies
    • it is present, nevertheless. All these things reveal the deeper inner nature
    • being is re-established to a greater or lesser degree after healing, the
    • were the time, but it can be seen, nevertheless, how healing can be equated
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    • search for any such convenient labels is fairly useless. For if we try to
    • before him. Countless obstacles will mount up before he can be convinced of
    • many experiences, errors and disappointments may nevertheless surrender to
    • regardless of his stage of development, it is sound judgment, rational
    • — for anyone to tell us about the spiritual world unless he is in at
    • the wisdom of life. We shall not get it right unless we realise that a man
    • He cannot rise to higher stages unless he leaves a lower positive stage and
    • foresee but which he, driven by his impulses, is powerless to avert? We are
    • less developed state.
    • say: “All study of the soul must then be useless, for if its boundaries
    • soul-life, for this limitless perspective gives us hope that we may
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    • referring less to the rapidly expanding non-specialist literature than to the
    • the one is fundamentally different from the other. Nevertheless, the exact
    • is correct. This may sound paradoxical, but nevertheless it is true, that
    • wrong statements are sometimes less dangerous than correct ones which can be
    • be no difference between the two things. Nevertheless, how easily can an
    • states which verge on the pathological. Nevertheless, it is difficult to
    • internally, which is already a much less arbitrary process, a hindrance is
    • we are powerless and can go no further, we pass muddled and distorted
    • an earlier existence of the human being. Nevertheless, this truth also must
    • organs to some extent on lower levels, but requires them less and less the
    • higher it reaches and therefore becomes correspondingly less exhausting. When
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    • began by considering the character of cultural life in the time of Lessing,
    • which appeared in the cultural life of Lessing's time, he said:
    • considerations and intentions connected with the endeavours of Lessing and
    • or so it seems, though a more or less obscure kernel is similar in all of
    • but in the thinking of philosophers who are more or less imbued with
    • organisation? Are we to regard it as less perfect, compared with the ego we
    • capable, through schooling, of endless progress in the future. We see in it
    • of the dark spiritual powers of the world, was it then less perfect, by
    • support members, as seen through the microscope. It would be sheer boundless
    • his sentient soul by his passions, as though in a surging boundless sea.
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    • are powerless.
    • spiritual senses were open and with his dreamy, ego-less clairvoyance he
    • clairvoyant faculties were less widely present. In the latter peoples, a
    • senseless aggression, depicted as a lion, can be overcome by its
    • must be drawn from within himself. We can see how it becomes less and less
    • Dante's poetic creation unless we are familiar with the heights of
    • experiences were no less individual but they were translated into the
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    • especially capable in that he concentrated less on himself and
    • was less able to attain exterior knowledge. But from earliest
    • attention less to the historical fact that in one
    • humans could hear it, it would provide an infinite blessing for
    • even less so by his step-siblings, who often mocked him and
    • pain, for it was clear that humanity's situation was hopeless.
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    • is nevertheless true that one cannot investigate such concrete
    • Nevertheless it is just as true as the piece of bread that
    • thirtieth year. What I described is less important than having
    • pain of loneliness, the endless pain of having to stand alone
    • had the impression which was more or less what the Bible
    • describes. They said to him: “Show all your fearlessness,
    • Regardless of the fact that people nowadays show so little
    • Nevertheless, although I may be inclined not to speak of them,
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    • Chinese — among whom things can be seen in a less adulterated
    • someone else has a less angular table, a table that is rounder. They
    • organs inside. No one today knows what a liver looks like unless they
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    • about he acquired great wisdom spiritually. His face was more or less
    • would have been much less foolish to have let him have the piece of
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    • surrounding universe do, none the less, work with immense power in
    • individuals, for in the others the sexual life is more or less
    • less necessary when we study the ants and the wasps for we shall see that
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    • it sometimes happens that the Queen is not fertilised; nevertheless she
    • useless.
    • some doubt, for it needs exact study. Nevertheless, it really is so.
    • softer, dissolve more quickly, so it is here less noticeable. A study
    • every year, but, none the less, our nerves get weaker every year, and
    • more or less an equal one; it is approximately equal over the whole
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    • Kühn show so plainly how thoughtlessly experiments are
    • concerned are as thoughtless as it is possible to be and make
    • bees — and vice versa. This only shows how thoughtlessly these
    • is a totally thoughtless way of following up the experiments. Then
    • is rather ticklish; this is much less the case with casts. We hold the
    • egg shines brightest of all. Gradually it shines less and
    • less, but the young Queen still shines for some time; she shines
    • at that. This is true. The brood of an unfertilised Queen is useless
    • this makes the bees restless.
    • restless. They are thrown into these chemical workings of the light
    • dance up and down as a sign of how restless they feel within. The
    • honey; hence, they are more or less useless.
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    • to 78%. In this case there was thus less improvement, but still some
    • more milk and less honey. With old people it is the honey without any
    • in the blood gets less and less. The child grows up, let us say to the age
    • doubtless do), that he would first get bad stomach disturbances and
    • Nevertheless,
    • nevertheless true, that one finds men who have, as the saying is, a
    • is of less importance; it is of much greater importance that it is just
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    • are nevertheless at times taken out to pasture. But on the big dairy
    • will then be less talk as to whether things are profitable or not.
    • honey is, however, less important than not to be able to take sugar,
    • less attracted by electric light. When one goes to them with a pocket
    • the light at all. Only after some little time do they get restless
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    • are the result of exploitation, but that formerly they were less
    • wood is less sensitive than straw. I have no intention of agitating in
    • favour of straw skeps; nevertheless differences do exist, and just such
    • there are no definite indications of this, but it will none the less
    • in this mechanical manner is valueless; one must be quite clear that
    • tree-trunk, forming there these natural cells, which are only less
    • definite, less substantial than the bee cells, and fade away again,
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    • distinguish between a nervous heart trouble, where it is less
    • thing or another, they are usually more or less harmless, and may be
    • damaged unless there is some hereditary tendency, or if it has been
    • to feel it either more, or less. The man of whom you told us, was no
    • that he becomes less and less sensitive to it. If one knows one is
    • extremely tasty to them. The bees certainly do this much less than
    • a fine taste for aphis, but it nevertheless feeds also, in bee-fashion,
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    • not possible to reach the right conclusion unless one is able
    • semen in addition, but they none-the-less need what comes from these
    • with the lifeless substances of the woods. Even physical science as it
    • effects. In our country this is perhaps less taken into account, but
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    • as a rule they are far less cleverly constructed. Things that exist in
    • is not so concentrated as in the ant-heap, nevertheless, you are
    • organism unless it is first transformed by an astral body from oxalic
    • would gradually crumble into dust, and would become entirely useless.
    • to do this is nevertheless there. We have something within us that we
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    • there are countless circumstances out of which one lectures
    • does not occur when simply listening. Nevertheless, this
    • assert themselves more or less unconsciously when we attack
    • lecture, then naturally we may not speak thoughtlessly,
    • in this manner, then we are nevertheless prepared in a
    • is not altogether easy. But we shall nevertheless try in some
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    • a bit less well, a hit more relevantly, a hit less relevantly
    • spoken is just taken along as a kind of more or less
    • in most cases cannot be expected to come in less than fifty
    • continually nevertheless, and what we then experience
    • always the task of the professor of elocution. Nevertheless,
    • possibly the one can be more capable or less capable, but the
    • that possibly the one can be more capable or less capable, but the
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    • vegetated thoughtlessly to some extent as regards the social
    • — I have given countless lectures myself on the
    • spoken more or less as one would have spoken as a
    • course of countless discussions. At most, a new nuance entered into
    • Well, nevertheless, we must
    • The Lessing Legend.
    • was published concerning Lessing. The reason that it isn't very
    • significant is that it is not really Lessing who is being dealt with
    • Lessing,” to which Erich Schmidt links the remarks,
    • Lessing.” Before the book
    • Lessing
    • the first chapter of this Lessing-book in condensed form in a speech,
    • clear conceptions about the living man Lessing but only a papier-mache
    • Lessing. At that time, I was strangely impressed by this speech, which
    • Lessing's manner of working or style of writing —
    • “That's typically Lessing!” And this expression,
    • “That's typically Lessing!” — one heard, I
    • insignificance of Erich Schmidt's book on Lessing to the fact
    • The Lessing Legend.
    • conditions under which Lessing's forefathers had lived and what
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    • these progressive movements, regardless of whether their inner
    • circles, one is finally more or less reaching the conclusion that it
    • ladies' working against a certain relatively harmless attitude
    • occasion to observe that; though that is less the case in a
    • certainly adjust to the wind in steering his course — unless,
    • inconclusive and fruitless. One has to realize that in a discussion
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    • economic territories. In particular, it has become senseless
    • listeners; less difficulty, if one addresses a group that one
    • senseless, but they are designed to make the speech-organs
    • has thought up all kinds of more or less clever methods for
    • one gave lessons in penmanship for those who were to be
    • example, observed at one time how such a lesson in writing
    • lesser degree: one really acts like one does when sketching,
    • it comes from a person who has let endless amounts of beer
    • are, the less suitable they are to be heard inwardly and to
    • translation is often useless as well as extremely
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    • which nevertheless frees one from the strictness of the chain
    • them unless they have studied eurythmy.
    • cultural sector. The Waldorf school has no head, no lesson
    • desert," unless we see to it that the impulse for a threefold
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    • that no social order worthy of the name can arise unless the civilisation
    • like de Maistre and of those who even to-day still think more or less as
    • a blessing to man; he believes, furthermore, that this can be brought
    • but this attitude is none the less universal.
    • be quite harmless in the realm of lyrical thought, but when it becomes
    • find nevertheless that the change which took place in men's thinking
    • a mood of piety! The idea would be ridiculed. Nevertheless, before the
    • the processes of outer nature. Nevertheless, if it is rightly applied,
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    • class which relegated its more menial work to slaves. And still less
    • of the upper class, but it was nevertheless a spiritual life. History
    • life comes into play more or less independently of our bodily
    • this living element is more or less suppressed. The priest can no longer
    • far less important for the progress of history than the whole
    • particular localities and became more or less ritualistic. The ideas
    • of the human soul living in the body matters less than that the universal
    • watched something which they could not understand, did nevertheless
    • This traffic went on throughout the whole of Europe. It had less influence
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    • lifeless mineral realm and then describes the different cognitive
    • encounter in a state of soul more or less inclined toward
    • which does not consist of flesh and blood but nonetheless
    • us; if we have recognized how helpless ordinary logic and
    • forth; if we see how helpless we are in our usual approach to
    • to speak for those less capable of going into detail because
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    • vision come all at once. It is pointless to think that the
    • as I