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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • Today however, I would like to present a few suggestions on how man's
    • negates itself in a sense in like manner as the snake that curls up
    • powers. These are forces which, like electricity in the external
    • like this comes about and is experienced. These individual rules must
    • be followed diligently, just like the chemist must weigh and measure
    • sense organs for the material world. Like the body, which possesses
    • person is seen like a nebulous cloud formation. When a person sleeps,
    • entwined spirals like rings of mist. They wind around one another and
    • a wise man's utterances in like manner as a child's babblings,
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • strange that something like our theme today, which touches so
    • like the question concerning women which is to occupy us
    • psyche-pathological standpoint, a booklet like this one on the
    • ‘the women's question’ in general, but this also, like
    • world-view is extracted. Earlier, however, like a spirit over
    • scientific history of creation teaches? I would like to ask, how many
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • longer exists. Thus, the would-be vegetarian, whether he likes it
    • it is like a tableau of human characteristics spread out before
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • oneself up to such imaginings is like a dream making its way into
    • to fall away like a corpse — for men could frustrate the whole
    • arising in their own hearts. The experience may also seem like
    • between two substances in the physical world is like a reflection from
    • like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not accompany the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • outsiders. Scholars and laymen alike criticize the division of man into the
    • that pass like an epidemic from person to person and thus those who are
    • what they look like when they are walking, for instance. While it is good
    • The fact is that man would so much like to be “good” that he is
    • These may seem like small details I have given here, but it must also be
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • Today I would like to address myself to a subject specifically
    • subject like the one chosen today, because the opinion is far too
    • I would like to make a few preliminary observations before moving on
    • penetrating into spheres of existence radically unlike those usually
    • human body like an instrument. Just as hydrogen is bound to oxygen in
    • new one survive. These forces are like the soul-spiritual forces we
    • while in the body remains with us like a memory when we enter the
    • the beginning of our era. Humanity, which unlike the individual human
    • spiritual science enters into it. Unlike many other things being
    • has coined the fine motto, “Were the eye not sun-like it could never
    • were the eye not sun-like it could not see the sun, namely, that our
    • like a fantastic dream.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • increasingly removed from past centuries. In the past, plays like the one
    • grove alike had an inkling of the deepest secrets of the universe. Although
    • It is easy to turn from a play like this to the representations of the
    • I should like to turn your attention away from this play to a wonderful
    • some people preserved a childlike innocence in their feelings and
    • the holy things of heaven. So, for this reason, the sinful souls look like
    • connected with simple plays like the one we have seen today even though it
    • Thus, the Mystery of Golgotha was seen to be in man's inner being like the
    • on earth, will assert itself, in contrast to the weather-like changes in
    • My dear anthroposophical friends, I wished to place thoughts like these
    • painting as the childlike soul, borne aloft spiritually by the wings of
    • I should like to convey in the following words what we should try to
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • nature. But like so many of the comparisons which are made this one is
    • babbling sounds somewhat like the utterances of Sibyls or mediums.
    • And a God-like being is the Thought.
    • will be such that Christ will approach man as an Angel-like Being. For
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
    • like a rubber ball, a plaything for every agreeable odor that we would run
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • I'd like to ask your forgiveness, first of all, for being unable to
    • I'd like to start with a comparison from natural science, not to prove
    • in some respects like a sleeper.
    • I'd like to describe this experience to you in detail. We notice first
    • were striking like lightning and destroying my body, and I
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • I'd like to mention a radical difference between visionary or
    • like taking someone out into nature and remarking, “Look, all this
    • I'd like to mention in this connection that Lessing's mature thinking,
    • investigator is recognized as a researcher just like any chemist or
    • the contrary it would like to be instrumental in making Christianity
    • mysteries, men like Heraclitus and Plato, were called “Christians”
    • Golgotha in every human soul, shared by all alike.
    • Those who were recognized as schooled in the mysteries, men like
    • on Golgotha, Christ lives in all human souls alike. He is the source
    • science would like to widen their view to include cosmic spiritual
    • unlike other human beings, entered once only into a physical body and
    • words, it means to behave just like those who condemned Copernicus,
    • Christianity who could not be won by speaking to them like a prophet
    • Before closing I'd like to point out how spiritual science fits into
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • winged figure, who with his arm-like organs turns toward the ledge
    • figure in the depression has bat-like wings. This figure virtually
    • like strong cords and shackle him. What is happening to Lucifer is his
    • elevated themselves to a sort of dreamlike clairvoyance to reach a
    • more dreamlike clairvoyance will have an easier time of it during the
    • on Christmas Eve, falls into a sleeplike state and when he awakens on
    • like the spirit world, but with everything being expressed as images,
    • to demonstrate that she was even once in a sleep-like state during the
    • such a sleep-like state in a human being. During the last few days
    • sleep-like state. He has not yet perceived with his senses what is
    • to the day of Epiphany in a peculiar sleep-like state in the womb of
    • at this Christ figure. It does not possess the features we would like
    • responded like this: “You are seeing Christ in the same way in which
    • It is remarkable and a characteristic phenomenon that a war like this
    • distinctive about these ether bodies. I would like to illustrate this
    • the time of the event I would like to relate, he was staying in a
    • that we cannot go on like this; human evolution must take up the
    • does not suffice. I would like to mention an example — not for
    • — except in an inane asylum — would there be a human being like
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • group like this and our other work in the world. Those who are
    • indicated here is that, unlike conditions in the fifth epoch, in the
    • men that what a man likes to believe, what religious convictions he
    • civilizations were like little children in the first epoch. Forces
    • that is like the child of the forces of the spirit self — the
    • of barbarism and the like. Those who try to realize how things really
    • science along the true path. What we should like to say to the East is
    • which brotherhood prevails. That other form of community would like to
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • and to show us what man was like upon Atlantis; then it also seeks to point
    • is on the way of growing rigid, like the physical body.
    • constitution is like, for his outward appearance shall reveal it. In
    • delle Grazie would like to proceed, but she lacks the means enabling
    • and the conditions of life will be like, if the materialistic direction
    • likely, many people may still come along and say: “This is not
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • soul, is lost. People like Deubler did not see through the whole process, did
    • science, as the result of its remarkable achievements and here I should like
    • is regarded just like other writings, the reason is simply and solely the
    • according to the true principles of Spiritual Science, not at all like the
    • spiritual perception by our natural environment. It is like suddenly
    • summer. Just the contrary of what we should like to think, as it were, about
    • phenomenon like taste in art. For the results which occur in the earth's
    • the father, the earth body comes forth like the offspring of another
    • Therefore I should like here to speak about a point which the historical
    • like to point to something which will serve as an interesting elucidation
    • That was a proper lesson given to all those who, like Hartmann's scientific
    • should like to state emphatically that I cherish the same high respect today
    • ordinary existence and which, like the events occurring in physical existence
    • Thomas Aquinas' views regarding the Praeambula Fidei are likewise compatible
    • connection it is allowable to refer to a greater event. And I should like to
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • destined to come in the near future, are like the signs of an
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • emerging in human nature? We can, if you like, call these social
    • reforms and the like when he has never learned those things which we
    • I would like to discuss one question from the viewpoint of general
    • put their heads in the sand like ostriches when they are confronted by
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • the truth: until it came to the spirit, there was truth in a man like
    • most harmful in its effects. But a statement like the one I have made
    • wander through the chapters like a ghost from the year 1749 to the
    • with natural science and to discern what is deathly, corpse-like in it
    • first time, that the essentially corpse-like quality in the findings of
    • all unwittingly thoughts that wriggled through the brain like worms,
    • into thinking, so that thinking becomes an act like any other, like
    • precisely by studying a representative figure like Hermann Grimm that
    • turn towards the spirit — they too talk just like the pantheists, of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • anthroposophical truths in particular that I would like to develop for you.
    • into, I would now like to bring something of very great importance.
    • perceptible world versus the super-sensible world. In reality it is like this:
    • like learning that man consists of carbohydrates, protein and so on —
    • come across a thing like this: You visit someone who has a scale standing
    • be transformed in man, like for instance the force with which we
    • But it is not like that. If things are arranged like that, social people
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • of air-vibrations is like a person who says: Man has only his physical
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • exist today — in astrology and the like — are sheer
    • secret societies, Masonic societies and the like. There is usually
    • ray out a spiritual, sun-like force! This force rays out only to a
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • judgments, draw conclusions and the like. Thereby, however, our
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • view of the important tasks of the present age. I would like to remind you
    • of morality always lies in the present, where, like seeds for the future,
    • habit. Like so many other things in modern life the Christmas festival has
    • souls arises in which all forms of envy and the like disappear, and in which
    • together, and let us celebrate Christmas in this spirit. Oh, I would like
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • possessed a certain clairvoyant capacity of a dreamlike nature. And we
    • because it was dreamlike it had a far more lively way of perceiving
    • literature describing Varuna as appearing in the air, as wafting like
    • sensed when he felt mathematics to be like great poetry —
    • secrets of humanity to develop in human beings who, like the shepherds
    • after death, namely, the forces already present like a seed between
    • a dreamlike condition, they perceived what was happening in the form
    • likewise are in direct line of descent from the Eastern Wisemen. The
    • mathematical abstraction; and in like manner the inner must be widened
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • induced by relations of perspective and the like, to which human
    • this higher knowledge, and I would like here to say a little about
    • does it support itself, like spiritualism, on external experiment. The
    • with the result that the region which is usually dreamlike in
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • will lies and which, like the experiences of deep sleep, is wrapt in
    • dreamlike experience of feeling which comes to expression in
    • like an abnormal aura. It may then happen that he begins to feel
    • the light into our eyes. For us the light is outside, phantomlike. Nor
    • be kindled once again to light. For like a fluorescent body, the
    • again feel true compassion for one like Julian the Apostate who felt
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • knowledge of Man's relation to the universe, and today we would like
    • like a cultural dream which men approach through their own revelations
    • revolution of the planets in H (ed.: ‘H’ like in him, her) —
    • H is not actually a letter like the others, H imitates the rotational
    • us add one of the consonants to something like this — IOSUA — let us
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • marking the essential birth of the etheric body. Likewise we can refer
    • ray out, in a manner of speaking, previously they were more star-like;
    • now they begin to be like rays. The stars dissolve away in the human
    • our own. So, likewise, the etheric heart we have until puberty is cast
    • more or less like a cloud of mist. But — and this is the interesting
    • those of the organism itself. Likewise at puberty: in an invisible
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • How often it is the case that a man would like to be a person of note
    • or title. He likes to have some such title as “Secretary”
    • demonic beings who would like to make man forget his pre-earthly
    • belies the good renounces his spiritual future; and yet he would like
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • pictures of mineral, plant and animal. With his dreamlike consciousness, he
    • It was part of earthly life, like a pre-natal memory. And they learned
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • conscious manifestation. Today I would like to describe to you the
    • would look like this (see drawing, [right]). In this invisible man we
    • the tendency to form tumor-like accumulations in the body and then to
    • exudative, tumor-like, but then have the tendency to run their course
    • like the external processes of earthly nature and fall to pieces. In
    • these tumor-like formations develop somewhere, which then decompose
    • When a tumor-like
    • another condition might be noticed: what I would like to call the
    • a foreign object like a splinter. Your body can react in two ways.
    • activity there. Then an exudate-like formation begins to encapsulate
    • inward exudate-like — fragmenting.
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • of the liver, out of the big toe, or the like. Everything is finally reduced
    • I would now like to select a special example to let you have insight into
    • rods develop — stem-like, lance-like structures which lie next to one
    • It grows almost like a mineral moss or a mineral lichen. One can see that
    • thread-like crystals become even thinner. It orders itself into clusters of
    • mirror-like. That is called the antimony mirror. It is hardly respected at
    • walls so that it shines like a mirror is something exceptionally important.
    • cellular substance of the human organism. I would like to call these
    • antimony mirror, wherever it deposits, appears like ice-flowers in the
    • unfolds its own, I would like to say, antimonizing force which has as its
    • head and the migraine-like symptoms develop.
    • for that institute because she has that which I would like to call “the
    • which is brought about through remedies and the like will be supported in
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • even as the Ego lives and works in it by day. Likewise the astral
    • threefold Being. Likewise our ether-body is the dwelling-place of the
    • it from the great Universe, the Moon reflects to us like a mirror. And
    • the fact that in the present epoch the Moon is there like a fortress
    • by Saturn. Saturn like a lonely recluse wanders slowly round the Sun,
    • struck by the fact that something like a plan was leading you towards
    • and you will very likely find: ‘I entered on the path leading to this
    • relation to other human beings, who like himself will be discarnate,
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • impiles, when it is said by a man like Paul. Why could Paul not be
    • Ahriman exists today only in the teachings like those that stream
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Shakespeare's plays “LOVE'S LABOUR LOST,” “AS YOU LIKE
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • Lost,  As You Like It, etc., do not differ so
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • evil is eternal, like the good, that there is no resurrection and that
    • has come, like a seed, out of the Lunar Epoch. In that epoch,
    • which appeared like a meteor. They gave themselves this name, Cathari,
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • of mathematics to natural science. Kant and many others like him, for
    • When the Occultist, who starts from a point of view like that of
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • in the arm would have to be turned inside out like a glove, in order
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
    • round about us, like the air we breathe, there is a spiritual world,
    • should like to give it to you as a theme for meditation to be thought
    • in rite. It is general, universal; and it is alike for all. And what
    • can be alike for all is especially good for children. In the case of
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • the matter stands like this: When children cry, the sounds they utter
    • E (as in “gate”). When they merely cry like this,
    • cerebral convolution, like everywhere else in the human body, blood
    • like mush, is now a lot more structured. In contrast, we use the left
    • and so forth. In some languages people squeeze out the sounds, like
    • read the entire zodiac like a clock from which I can see what happens
    • you like, but based on the earth alone you won't find an
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • many people who like to regard themselves as spiritually minded, when
    • likes and dislikes. You will find in the works of Aristotle, for
    • In other words, there can be an atavistic return to the dreamlike,
    • process occurs in a man when he is able to endure something like a
    • like a breath of this deeper understanding of the aesthetic activity
    • — this happens where the life-processes work like
    • experiments like this have been made for the purpose of demonstrating
    • the ocean of life something which rises up like foam from the pulsing
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • with his humanity; when, that is, he does not simply submit like a
    • willingly, and unfortunately I like to do it. And so it often worries
    • carries his humanity so far that he does it because he likes to do it,
    • is to be achieved in the likeness of genuine art. For the artist
    • stupid to think that anyone could now write something like Goethe's
    • own resources. It lived on in such a way that a man like Schiller, who
    • State exactly like the element brought to the breathing process in
    • and inclination is raised to a spiritual level like that of reason. He
    • then one acts like a child who is playing, not obeying any duty but
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • in a dreamlike manner.
    • Why is your face of deathlike hue?”
    • “Of deathlike hue it needs must be
    • laboratory experiment, carried out with retorts and the like
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • inner planets are likewise connected with the being of man. We will
    • Like the Moon, the centre, from which the Mercury forces work, lies in
    • time one cannot say that man even resembles a creature like the mole,
    • for he is really much more like an earthworm who has eyes at most for
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • intelligible like the salt crystal, on the basis of what we see around
    • last time, this is not unlike the breathing process. We have to
    • which we breathe out. Likewise we breathe, as it were, in the Spirit,
    • metamorphosed ear. In like manner — if only we are able to look
    • feeling of wonder or astonishment. Likewise in the O there is
    • hold of him. An organ like the human eye or ear has in fact been
    • all its organisation it is a citizen of the Spiritual world. Likewise
    • gestures to the soul that lies behind. Likewise the sunlight: it
    • after-image of Heavenly activities: I should like to know the soul
    • on Earth the child-like man is still within you in your later life.
    • against which all emphasis on moral preaching and the like is worth
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • between 15, 16 and 20, 21, something not altogether unlike pain. This
    • beginning to talk like more than a man. Why, the whole world speaks
    • long as you like, you will still have a blossoming of city life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • its adherents. They must be of like colour — alike, that is to say,
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • or the like. He may then wake up in this feeling of terror, for
    • Earth as a man who had unlawfully become god-like. As the
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • darkened, the eyes themselves begin, like two phosphorescent suns, to
    • Distinct, like an island, there stand out from the general etheric
    • the senses and from the whole skin, is formed into a shell-like copy
    • inwards from the skin, attains a certain thickness like a shell, and
    • who has died if I were to say: what is at first like a silent
    • like describing a swarm of gnats seen in the distance, so that the
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the like, in the light of those habits of thought, feeling and
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • another direction. Read a book like that of William Benjamin Smith,
    • sleeping — indeed in a death-like condition — but the
    • ‘Around me is a world of colours, sounds and the like, and this
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • alike of religion, science and art, they were the source of new
    • This ‘higher man’ surrounds the physical body like a halo and is much
    • of our ancient forefathers whose form was very unlike our own. As I
    • apparent in music and drama alike.
    • sense, like a plant. He has acquired the consciousness that is his
    • Grail Ideal will be fulfilled when man brings forth his like with the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • strained every nerve to understand how a Being like the Christ, Who
    • It is strange that a man like Franz Brentano should have inherited
    • like Plotinus, for example, of whom very little was known but who was
    • says something like this: Plato did not admit the existence of a
    • in the Idea of the Good is, after all, only a kind of family-likeness
    • family-likeness but this family-likeness is actually expressed through
    • the Idea of the Good. Yes — but whence are family-likenesses
    • derived? A family-likeness is derived from stock. The Idea of
    • the Good points to family-likeness. What can we do except go back to
    • like Ammonius Saccas and his pupil Plotinus were rich in spiritual
    • savoured of the ancient wisdom, little more than the names of men like
    • absorbed a very great deal from pupils of men like Iamblichus and who
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • not like to acknowledge such things. The present time likes to turn
    • does not like to penetrate into the deeper mysteries of life.
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • realise that things which may apparently sound like nonsense may
    • What does really take place? — You see, I would like to
    • grew so nervous that he said all manner of things that sounded like
    • megalomania.” Well, obtuse men may argue like that. But even
    • member; the four brothers therefore appear like the drawn-out image
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of such a Building will not be achieved. In an undertaking like this
    • Temple Is — Man! rings to us across the ages like a clarion
    • beginning, an attempt ... rather like the temple which having been
    • us. We seem to be aware of an almost deathlike smell when we have an
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Race (Atlantean) there was a population which spread out like rays and
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
    • in dreamlike Imaginations. In a dreamlike way he saw the whole
    • time natural, likewise all natural [necessities] were moral.
    • descendants of primæval humanity, which was by no means animal-like
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • Then do we understand how it is like an illness if man
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • speech with the hierarchy of the Archangels. Speech, like everything
    • deplorable! They are made out to be just like ourselves. They were
    • We have to-day the various languages that run their course like
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • momentous decisions like the present it is all the more necessary
    • This was the age of thinkers like Augustine and Scotus Erigena who
    • among those who strove with the purity of purpose of men like
    • bear-like, but on the other hand their heads are radiant and
    • half bear-, half goat-like in form, with semi-human countenances
    • these cloud-like, spiritual forms seem to gather together into a mass
    • known in days of yore as the Fauns and Satyrs. Their once goat-like
    • form has coarsened to a bear-like form and the further West they come
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • is lost was in a way unconscious and dream-like, while that which
    • choice. We form our friendships for ourselves, likewise our other
    • belonging to it, like the planets to the Sun. These elemental beings,
    • us. This hatred must first be overcome by him; it is like a sword, a
    • out of racial and national connections and the like, playing into the
    • which stood between us like a barrier.
    • year, which is so often called the period of Kamaloca, is very like
    • into the physical world through the 10 lunar months, so likewise,
    • experiences of civilisation and the like. But after death, what
    • man, or bring something before him by reading to him or the like. In
    • This, my dear friends, is what I would always like to attain. When,
    • this lecture should have passed by us like a dream; if the one
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    • myth which I should first like to discuss — but as already
    • likewise at the instigation of Rhea. In the Zeus-circle we have
    • should like to call special attention to a very significant feature
    • lightning. If man, like Zeus, could hurl lightning, that is, if he
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    • like an ascent of still more inward Imaginations: it was the human
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    • catastrophe that is to come — like a catastrophe of nature.
    • (I should just like to
    • tombstone had been found in Belgium upon which there was likewise an
    • of the word. All the fooleries of Till Eulenspiegel are like
    • older with every day? What is it like when we consciously experience
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    • as modern humanity forms its abstract, its straw-like abstract,
    • earth arose in this age essentially through a Mars-culture, a warlike
    • were spoken. Words like these were spoken: ‘Over the heads and
    • only be desired by un-Russian crafty comrades like Lenin with foreign
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    • likewise in 1828 he could see nothing around him. Thus he prophesied
    • what it will be like in later centuries; for them the right form will
    • be found. But in any case, as it is now — to the dislike
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    • given in our head an apparatus, as it were, which is like an extract
    • falls down like a rain of the soul — the whole universe —
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    • that she looked like a giant. He could even describe the right side
    • the likeness often only comes out strongly in later childhood —
    • can show a likeness to the ancestors. If one has a feeling for such
    • No one would have spoken like that about earlier wars. In many other
    • like Lenin and Trotsky has nothing to do with what is developing as
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    • appears before his soul like a panorama. This period ends when the
    • the realm of western civilization are often really like a blind man
    • thoughts of many of you, but I should like to call your attention to
    • present world conception remains external. I should like to make this
    • corpse-like, has now taken on a spiritually corpse-like form. But
    • communicated to them by astronomical observatories or the like. If
    • epochs, of generations or the like; that is not the intention. But
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • I will put it like this. — Just as human beings in their
    • human organism raises itself like a machine to the upright position,
    • being is becoming master of his glandular activity and the like. For
    • connection with the whole. Otherwise our conclusions are like that of
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    • century. Anyone who really studies the writings of a man like John
    • like John Scotus Erigena. During this era the human soul lived in a
    • intellectualistic as our thinking is to-day. Something like the sound
    • When Schiller had conquered his former dislike of Goethe and had
    • pervaded by something like an ethereal element, an element that is
    • That which in the song of birds ripples along the surface like the
    • shaped — although it is a process empty alike of concept and of
  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • the senses communicate and that whenever it would like to pierce
    • since a point of time shortly after birth. Unlike ordinary
    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • furrowed in the life of soul-and-spirit just like the physical brain
    • wishes and the like, arise, seems to have departed and we feel our
    • has not, like the visionary, submerged his life of soul in the body,
    • super-sensible world. It is like an in-breathing, it is an
    • generalisations like the pantheists, of an undefined, all-pervading
    • Mysticism and the like. As science stands in contrast with
    • the like. — The experiences which come to the spiritual
    • something like deep pain, universal privation.
    • In conclusion, let me say this. — Unlike the current tendency
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    • fourth century of our era. Particularly a man like Augustine clearly
    • this development. I would only like you to hold fast in particular,
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    • birthday of one of his many colleagues, a birthday like that of so
    • like to draw this as follows: — Here is the human being.
    • be like. Even what exists to-day as a world-destructive element, has
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • older, until it reaches, as it were, a certain childlike stage of
    • we see it standing before us like a microcosm. We recognise what
    • birds' wings, but those of a bat. Its body is like that of a dragon,
    • he is like a sailor who must steer his boat through the storms called
    • how earnestly one would like to entreat the guardian spirits and
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    • something like the following: In the human being there are three
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • he experienced as imaginations, as dreamlike imaginations, were forms
    • from the outer world of matter. It is a process like salt being
    • give of the universe, it would have been something like the
    • able to describe this out of their visionary, dream-like knowledge of
    • feeling and willing they would have felt rather like frogs in a
    • with concepts like this. For the thinkers of old never spoke of a
    • made the wise men of old feel like frogs exhausted by lack of air.
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    • he walked as if led by a necessity of Nature, like the lightning
    • remained from the Gnosis, and such like. A certain spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • millennium. They would become much more like animals, while
    • it like this: In clouds, in rain, in lightning and thunder, man will
    • interests or the like. Anyone who has national interests of some kind
    • not with sympathy, antipathy or the like, nor in the mirror of
    • death, he speaks of the air becoming hard, granite-like.
    • Now I would like to call your attention to another tendency which is
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • schematically, like this:
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    • Now I should like, in the series of lectures now being given, to
    • this Movement for Religious Renewal into the world now speaks like
    • there are always some who dislike it when clarity is substituted for
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • going inside, so that we would never learn to know what it is like
    • like, because we have frequently studied the brain inside the skull,
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • inside of his head is like; all the others would not feel it.
    • conveys what I wish to say) in the pink of health, like an
    • sake of comparison, like an old man of 80 or 85, whose limbs have
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • you like, as Constantinople on the map of Europe, for it is, after
    • a preparatory stage for Christianity and took up Christianity like a
    • that they experienced in their ordinary life something like a
    • clairvoyance, in their immediate daytime experience, something like a
    • me like a being of Nature and endows me with the force of the
    • together what appears to us like a transverse section of Nature: we
    • to know what the face was really like. We can only understand it if
    • must remain, almost like a conscience, like a living memory that
    • continues to be active in the face of what happens later — LIKE
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    • I would like to start
    • by discussing how a society like ours comes into being. I believe
    • anthroposophy itself is, and instead ask questions like, “How
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • answers to a thing like this, that is, answers that are of any value.
    • produced was like, grows a little further and then produces the next
    • like the plant's, is also enclosed within certain limits. This limit,
    • being that is also enclosed within certain limits like the plant,
    • and out through the other. A person like this will not have so much
    • fantasy that it does some good. A resentful thought like this is dull
    • they refuse to leave his memory, so likewise can the inclinations and
    • like a memory. However, when he has passed through the waters of
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    • continue like a newspaper serial, where the thirty-eighth installment
    • would like to speak today about the nature of illness from the point
    • will be like this. For they do not think about these matters or care
    • into things in all manner of ways, like the way it is now speaking
    • suchlike, and fall victim in this way to all manner of one-sidedness.
    • like madmen or philosophers.
    • ourselves what the actual basic character of the ego is like. What
    • incapable of carrying out their job. If in a case like this the
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    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • less the same too. That men were so much alike did not have the
    • times, they were in a certain way all fundamentally alike. Each
    • make this quite clear I would like to tell you something that you may
    • But that is not true. In things like this we still see the influence
    • remain of this today, like for instance when one person yawns, other
    • alike. Through the co-operation of the male element human beings are
    • or that spirit does me good!’ This is what it was like when men
    • into these ancient times the more spiritually godlike was this
    • organised in such a way that they were a likeness of the spiritual
    • gave forth their forces and made men like themselves. That is why in
    • absolutely healthy — made man in their own likeness. But now
    • substance is a prop like this for the man. It attaches the physical
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    • would like to ask you to give these courses all your support. It is
    • certain illnesses like, for instance, pneumonia, there is a crisis on
    • laws inherent in the rhythms. At one time it was really like this,
    • man's being. If you like, you can imagine each of the four rhythms as
    • powers. But this is really what it was like originally. Thus you can
    • sun. This is what it is like with man. Man has kept the old rhythm
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    • would like to remind you of the group lecture the time before last
    • when we know things like this that lie behind the sense perceptible
    • why phenomena like a temperature arise. What actually is a
    • like this for all kinds of phenomena in human life. And just through
    • asleep when they ought to be awake. If anything like being awake at
    • severing himself from external rhythm. He has become like a clock
    • sense of the word. He is more or less like a man who has put his
    • he was like a clock in the cosmos. In certain respects he brought his
    • greater the disorder that came into them. I would like to clarify
    • like an angel not to think in harmony with the great spiritual
    • essential in olden times for man to be like an impress of the cosmos.
    • new order. That is why men can see facts today, like the fall in
    • birth out of number, like the gods created the cosmos out of number.
    • a cosmos, like the cosmos out of which we were born.
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    • accustomed to time being absolute, like it is on the physical plane.
    • somebody has done something like this that hurt another person, it
    • incarnations. Your own astral body tells you what it felt like, and
    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
    • felt this way. Bearing this in mind, I would now like you to try and
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • like to reduce man as near as possible to animal level, emphasises as
    • the inherited characteristics like a sheath, its own qualities and
    • him. Nobody is likely to say that a dog or a parrot has as individual
    • tears which in a certain respect is like a flow of blood brought
    • itself in an external form like laughter and weeping.
    • This is like a squeezing out of the breath: a long out-breath. In the
    • rarefy the air, and the air whistles in. It is like this with the
    • reality of an expression like this. One can ask what came about
    • would be like trying to fight a wall. The ego inside the being of the
    • would like to say that one of the deepest chapters on the being of
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • begun to acquire a form that is anything like our present-day one. We
    • joined with the earth, it was not like today's body. At that time he
    • had the kind of physical body like you can imagine if you picture man
    • water dissolved in the air. He would have been like a transparent
    • sun and the moon did man become like we know him today. What were the
    • forces, like the sun sends its light, from outside on to the earth.
    • who had not reached anything like a normal ego-feeling because they
    • who were too exposed to the influences of the sun, were like plants:
    • something like the divine we perceive in all spiritual beings. So
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    • like to draw your attention to a fact that can tell you a great deal
    • the same thing that is making the sound’. Connecting-cords like
    • and then dies. Why? Because it is a creature which, like a plant, has
    • that the seed is situated at one end of the etheric body like a comet
    • development. There are things like this in the world that arise
    • likes seeing the two people standing together.
    • imagine a genius like Goethe; he would see even more, and he would
    • know the significance of why one thing is painted like this and the
    • other like that. The more highly developed a man is the more he sees.
    • evolution and involution, there would be eternal repetition like
    • Hence in a society like this all that creates communal life is
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    • who says to himself: I must wait until the answer comes to me like a
    • result that is of importance. In such a case the situation is like
    • is the fact that many people who would like to be anthroposophists
    • which envelops us like a cloud, we cannot alter anything. The
    • once directly revealed to an ancient, dreamlike clairvoyance, has now
    • I should like to sum up what I have been saying about
    • Initiation that thoughts gather around us and stand there like
    • like a mountain. Only in this way can he become aware of the
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    • human souls. In the Sun sphere we feel isolated, like hermits, if the
    • asks himself: To what extent is he Christ-like? The fact of knowing
    • Christian that they seek for the Christ-like principle in all souls
    • that we must look for the Christ-like quality in each soul. If we are
    • case of everyone we meet; how much in his nature is Christ-like? But
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    • subconsciousness he may very likely not share in the antipathy.
    • others remain in the background, surrounding us like a cosmic aura.
    • to relax and his eyelids to close like the plant when it draws in its
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    • Christianity, disciples and followers of Buddha. But this Buddha-like
    • pass between death and a new birth. Like our Earth, these heavenly
    • the latter class would, like Francis of Assisi, have been incapable
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    • of the brain would certainly like to move but they cannot. Thus the
    • something that comes out of the head like writhing snakes. Every head
    • formation like a fiery cloud was still to be seen over the head of
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    • the form of public opinion. A man can take no iota of anything like
    • simply by rectifying phenomena such as public opinion and the like
    • earlier times Mars was said to be the planet of warlike traits, it is
    • now the Buddha's task gradually to transform these warlike traits in
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    • fact that it can be contemplated just like any other human body. Here
    • unlike anything that originates from other unions and societies. The
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    • like still to have sense-impressions for a long time after death, but
    • evolution between Old Moon and Earth something like a condition of
    • The conclusion which I should like to be able to draw
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    • Now from the outset I would like to say that when in
    • other people had thinking ever been like that! However sceptical
    • live, there came to her something like a brief raying-out of light
    • liberty of expressing his outlook, somewhat like this: “I
    • lying like a weight on the soul, becomes even greater if we reflect
    • far, far from being understood; I would like you to feel that the
    • first like a deepening of thought, or a discovery of thought; and
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    • like to mention. It is the way that leads round at the beginning of
    • things. Far removed from anything like orderly thought, the
    • philosophy of the heavenly. And like its shadow appear the Sibyls,
    • accompanying the fourth culture-epoch like a shadow of its wisdom,
    • calmness of their souls. Daniel looks like a slight exception, but
    • be read — something like that! In these Sibyls everything is
    • If we were to examine what things were like in the third
    • one has a feeling about Paul that I would like to sum up in a few
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    • emerge. Today I would like to say something about the Christ Being as
    • have not to do with a human being, like other human beings, in the
    • vapours crept up the Mountainside like the coils of a snake, like a
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    • From the point of view relevant here I should like to
    • happenings are brought about. This picture of the world I would like
    • hillsides like a dragon — the dragon killed by the Greek St.
    • the soul in the symbolic likeness of a butterfly. The Jahve-god forms
    • the Prophets is like an out flowing of the geological element, and
    • were held which were like foreshadowings of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • surface of the soul and rose into consciousness like dreams, so that
    • men were aware only of these dreamlike apprehensions and could not
    • surface in the soul-life of Europe. Truly, like a stream which has
    • — “circulating cordial”, or something like that!
    • him in great suffering and with dream-like visions of a quite
    • bringing about something like a redemption for the Fisher-King by
    • and should now like to put it as follows.
    • really something like a resurrection of the Astrology of the third
    • touching way. I should like to read you a little of this, telling how
    • As he with simple childlike mien
    • in the heavens, with the dark moon like a great disc dimly visible
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    • might be supposed. For these ideas are like messengers leading to the
    • wafer-like disc.
    • renewed; it sinks into the Grail like a rejuvenating nourishment —
    • produces something like the unlawful Sibylline forces.” Through
    • Now I should like to bring before you two facts which
    • something like a modern Sibyl emerged in the Maid of Orleans. It was
    • revealed. I would like to take this opportunity of reading to you a
    • in such a way that he could feel something like the following
    • one would like to advise those who call themselves materialists or
    • monists and look to Kepler as their idol — one would like to
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    • should like to give you an example of something where you can still
    • We follow a path like the path of man's evolution, but
    • something evolving that is like a human being except that it has a
    • mankind to puberty; as Being it is like man when he has reached the
    • this becomes living — the sun rises for us like the Sun within
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    • other knowledge is only like information we could glean about a human
    • like a kaleidoscopic memory of our planetary system. As a faithful
    • existence are people who like to be gazing always into the past, who
    • in the planetary system. Unlike Jupiter, who withholds his wisdom in
    • utterances of Mars. She transforms and illumines her dreamlike
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    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • vanity and egoism and the like? Let us not think for a moment that a
    • dead like fire. To come into conscious relation with the dead we must
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
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    • counting these gnome-like beings is a difficult task. If one
    • eight, making out that two times two makes eight, or something like
    • dislike it if one appeals to their intelligence; they prefer to be
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    • know what it is like inside, nor what people live in it.
    • physical body! We know what it is like, because we have frequently
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • would feel what the inside of his head is like; all the others would
    • of health, like an exuberantly healthy child, and immediately
    • afterwards, for the sake of comparison, like an old man of 80 or 85,
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    • that I have made these introductory remarks, I should like to speak
    • whole life lies before us like a panorama, during the days in which
    • exercises. But I should like to emphasize that such soul-exercises
    • them in connection with other sense-impressions, he would likewise
    • adopt the idea that the world after death is like a fine, thin
    • our souls, conceptual ideas like these, we notice not only that we
    • certain phenomenon which I should like to touch upon. When someone
    • go on living, if necessary — although it would be like the
    • like form, with a human head. Of course, the whole thing should be
    • turning around like a serpent. Imagine this projected objectively —
    • really like, and then painted him accordingly. It was an unconscious,
    • That a thing like this does not come to light, but
    • bound to the body as such, like thought and sensation.
    • steps in Spiritual Science. Thoughts like these should be, I might
    • volume like the one by Ernst Haeckel, which has just appeared. He
    • him, especially at a time like the present; and we are able to gain
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    • and I should like briefly to reply, in answer to our dear friend Mr.
    • entire picture of our view of the world. I should like to call your
    • like the Indian culture best,’ that may be his personal
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    • spiritual cloudlike formation which we must designate as the etheric
    • Language we must admit that man particularly likes just that part of
    • having remained behind in evolution like a school-girl left behind in
    • people like the Swiss, who live in one and the same country and speak
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    • you are acquainted, a conception that bears some likeness to the
    • like the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness. He is also
    • but the rise and decline of a nation nevertheless seems like
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    • as though evolution were only like a wheel that goes round and round
    • has just been said does not depend upon whether one person likes it
    • and another dislikes it, it depends upon the necessity which exists
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    • should like to give you an example, and would beg you to accompany me
    • on the map. In the first place I should like to draw your attention
    • that we may picture something like the following: —
    • established, — the remarkable wave-like formation, which was
    • connected with propagation and such-like. These Beings, this whole
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    • Now you will also understand that a people like the
    • in black shapes, as little dwarf-like beings — he meant the
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    • earth. If you were to draw something like a circle, so that the towns
    • Germanic-Scandinavian mythology may appear curiously like the
    • most significantly like that which, as the Anthroposophical picture
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    • appears in a like manner in another, and so on. To one who really
    • various legends may be very similar, or even alike, but the point is
    • out around him like a spiritual aroma, a spiritual aura. Thus there
    • somewhat like the way the Western souls remained behind, who
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    • like philosophical formulas, we might express it thus: The Indian
    • selfishness. I should like to draw your attention to the fact that
    • persons cannot comprehend that one external phenomenon may look like
    • Loki is therefore the death-bringing power, like Lucifer
    • like of which cannot be found, because no other mythology adheres so
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    • image of the reality, which, as I have said, was like a memory of
    • the post-Atlantean epoch. I say that something like an occult poetic
    • a wonderful way in Solovioff's conception of Christ, which like
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    • receive impressions of which I should like to describe one to you. A
    • none other than a likeness of Vidar.
    • any name one likes. (Never will one who recognizes the Christ-Being
    • allow ourselves to be led astray by being told that He must be like
    • this or like that, even if it is said by those who ought to
    • attitude, which should, like a golden thread, run through the whole.
    • So now I should like you to lay this to heart: that it
    • expressed in the words, ‘how much they liked being here in the
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    • This swarm will seize upon the earth, will spread over the earth like a network
    • of ghastly, spider-like creatures, of an order lower than that of
    • spider-like creatures, half-mineral, half-plant, interweaving with masterly
    • half-plantlike creatures. He will have to live together with these spider-like
    • evolved inwardly by men today will in time to come creep over the earth like a
    • mind which is not unlike the attitude of those who were not averse from
    • the network of spider-like creatures extending over the earth.
    • outside like an object which he need not carry over with him into cosmic
    • all their wonderful inter-weavings and caduceus-like convolutions will present
    • is like the expression of a yearning to receive the Spirit from the cosmic All.
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    • further about the Dornach building, I should like to deal with the
    • learned and ignorant alike, believed that the earth stood still in the
    • materialisations, or knockings and the like. That which can be
    • increased, not diminished. This was like a priest, it was like a
    • like. This has, from the very nature of the building, been kept
    • like sisters. And even if there are times and places in which
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    • they rise up from the organism and, unlike our thoughts, do not
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • more as something belonging to man like the breath — the breath
    • was like a confession on the part of those sages of olden times. When
    • that wisdom was like the air he breathes, later on he felt that his
    • thoughts were produced within himself, like the blood. We can
    • therefore say: In ancient times man felt his thoughts to be like the
    • began to feel that they were like the blood within him.
    • today is like the blood within us, in contrast to the old world of
    • thought which was like the breath.
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    • artist like Michelangelo in the Sixteenth Century and study him in
    • like this cannot be given with lantern slides or other visual aids,
    • the forms in which it appeared, must have spoken to the Greeks like a
    • two horns like this and justify them as symbols of power, we should
    • his deed. Earlier artists like
    • intended that he should go to school like the others, but he was
    • are like day and night, and that between the day periods there have
    • Here I should like to refer
    • work on the tomb, even if not with actual dislike, that he tackled
    • he could save. Under conditions like this he created one of the
    • Within his cloudlike raiment which seems to be held aloft by the
    • philosophy came to birth, and unless we spin fantasies like Deussen
    • Sibyls look like a sort of shadow of Aristotle, the man who raised
    • Ionia: subconscious, dreamlike, mediumistic forces of the soul surge
    • everything that was subconscious or Sibyl-like, even if it foretold
    • like the North and South Poles — the Sibyls inspired by the
    • likeness between this head and the Apollo Belvedere. We should
    • will have noticed how very differently I spoke of them. Unlike them,
    • like a frail barque reached that wide port where all
    • to his soul as we can, we shall feel that a soul like his cannot help
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    • demanded by present conditions, and I should like now to say a little
    • like to withdraw from modern life into communities where they will be
    • Ahrimanic environment for what is asleep in us alike by night and by
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • out to one side or the other, like a pendulum. Nobody can say with
    • as possible from anything like a factory or a railway, and thus
    • warlike or peaceable — it was a factor in everything
    • intimations can lead. What I should like to have achieved is to have
    • is intended to be rather like a cake-mould which is not there for its
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    • knowledge. Think, for example, of a personality like Rabindranath
    • actual life, teachings like that of repeated earthly lives, which in
    • I should like to ask such people whether or not they have to accept
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    • People also feel a strong dislike for falsehood and they try to fight
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    • so corpse-like as the human bodies of today. These physical bodies
    • With their living, plant-like body, the Egyptians perceived the plant
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch, man's living plant-like body died;
    • already in ancient Greece this living, plant-like body had more or
    • for he is still too grubby for the state! The state would not like to
    • more plant-like character. But if it were now to fall back into this
    • plant-like condition, it would grow ill — ulcerous growths,
    • and you should bear in mind the fact that modern people like to hear
    • sentences. When a book like the
    • that people do not like to penetrate into the very things into which
    • or social movement. I would like you to be filled more and more with
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    • the first moments of sleep are like the beginning of a vegetative
    • clairvoyant. He is like the earth with its budding, greening
    • behaves like the animal world, except that it gnaws at the roots.
    • to you as the Spirit of the Earth, is really a personality, like
    • his life would only be like a dream.
    • field will be able to foretell what it will look like tomorrow
    • work almost like a miracle. For you will see that it is even
    • like a torch, so that we do not simply live through our spiritual
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    • strong sense of something which I should now like to describe.
    • grandparents and so on. Unlike men of old, they no longer feel that
    • oneself in the purely inherited characteristics will lie like a
    • dwarf-like existence on earth and the experience of himself as a
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    • associated with this condition. This is not unlike what happens with
    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • intellectual knowledge is like an artificial root; it has been
    • have, like ourselves, a physical body. The spiritual world and its
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • that are beyond space and beyond time, they seem like a dream, and
    • level of consciousness. They vanish-away like a dream if one tries to
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • bring life into our most external concerns. I should like to make
    • like this about so-and-so, but I do not like that.” Foregone
    • dislikes so much that afterwards whatever they have to do with each
    • other is coloured by this dislike. As a consequence the karmic
    • which works into our times like a hang-over from the past. And there
    • as the gift of reason is no longer bestowed upon us like our two arms
    • I should like now, if you will allow me, to put these
    • and He shines up to us now like so many stars in the Christ-thought
    • tending in this direction. And, as an example, I should like to tell
    • other. He would like to cut off the book's head and keep its body
    • of human souls shine upwards consolingly like bright stars, as I have
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    • breath, running through them like little snakes. He felt himself to be
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    • experience a like parallelism only up to the twenty-seventh year and it
    • through super-sensible experience, is like a challenge to man to possess
    • himself of super-sensible knowledge. It is like a declaration that
    • what is utterly childlike in man, to that in man which does not need to
    • unless we learn to see through things like this, for they are of very
    • when the earth itself will fall like a bit of slag into the sun; and
    • their eyes when they keep a festival like Easter and are at the same time
    • feel the purely external, mechanistic knowledge like a tombstone rolled
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    • degree. That is what I should like to point out in this introductory
    • does in rocks like quartz, appears in such a form that it does not
    • extent, with twining stems; they would all become like creepers. The
    • doubt this appears as a simple piece of information. But truths like
    • all go on just like any machine. You have all the necessary
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    • Properly speaking, any manures or the like which you bring into the
    • fodder plants — I do not mean turnips or the like, but plants
    • like sainfoin. Such things must be recognised in the form of the
    • a stalk-like nature. Where, now, according to the indications we have
    • plums with a fine taste — this taste, just like the colour of
    • decrease is indeed connected —like the transformation in the
    • derived from Nature, and the like, even the traditional medicaments
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    • “light-bearers” these substances — like sulphur and
    • substances. He knows what they look like when he has them in his
    • our form like a palm. Carbon is constantly about to make us still and
    • following idea. Underlying all living things is a carbon-like
    • externally. Within us, it is living oxygen, and in like manner it
    • the like, is drawn by the carbon — by the spirit of the carbon
    • flow away everywhere like a cloud, it would take no account of the
    • physical and an ether-body; unlike the animal, it has not an astral
    • nitrogen everywhere, moving about like flowing, fluctuating feelings.
    • so, it would be like a man who lived on a farm but wanted to remain
    • represent something not unlike what takes place on our epithelial
    • placed in the total organism of the plant-world, like the single
    • extent in the region of the leaf-like nature, the fruiting
    • nothing for itself. It is like our own sense organs. They too do not
    • like to snatch at everything for himself. Silica, on the other hand,
    • slender and fibrous — like the aquatic plants. But in the midst
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    • the body — Wearing-away of nails and skin, and the like.”
    • make a hollow in it, like a crater. And let this (in the second drawing)
    • all plant-growth has this slightly parasitic quality. It grows like
    • let decay, to that which comes from fallen leaves or the like, nay,
    • in the human organism to which I now refer is plant-like; plant-like,
    • cow is not like that. The cow has proper horns and hoofs.
    • forces of a plant-like nature. For the forces we engender in
    • our digestive tract are of a plant-like nature. We ought to be very
    • with bacteria or the like. It may be so to outer appearance, but it
    • it) is extraordinarily beneficial — at any rate for one who likes
    • will prove most beneficial with vegetables and the like.
    • are trying to discover, as they put it, what is likely to be most productive
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    • for it is so characteristic that the effect is scarcely likely to be
    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
    • In a word, like sympathetic
    • Unlike the former instance (the cow, which is quite different), these
    • — if it does not enthuse us like yarrow — also contains
    • I mean, in the sense that you like to stroke what you are fond of. This
    • is a plant we do not like to stroke — it is the stinging nettle.
    • slight layer of peat-moss or the like, so as to protect it from direct
    • to take place in it — any improper loss of nitrogen or the like.
    • to the particular plants which you are growing. It is like a permeation
    • science, we must know what one thing or another looks like. Yet it is
    • not fall out of the living realm. Ordinary time or the like is of no
    • obtained. We collect it and chop it up a little, till it has a crumb-like
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    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • nematode is a wire-like worm). But it cannot live up there, for the
    • must take the entire insect. An insect like this, which settles harmfully
    • water; likewise a seed will develop forces of annihilation far and wide
    • its appearance. The preparations generally look like pepper).
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    • to us—like cattle, horses, sheep and so on. We must also observe
    • its boughs and branches. It is the earth, grown up like a hillock; shaped
    • cambium. Although the cambium does not look like roots, it is the living,
    • tendency to become tree-like. In every plant, the root with its environment
    • off by heart like any cookery-book. The point is for us to introduce
    • shrub-like growths. By their mere presence they have a beneficial effect.
    • and so they like to get at the shrubs to eat them. They soon begin to
    • is mushroom — or fungus-like— has an intimate relation
    • to the lower animal world — to the bacteria and such-like creatures,
    • lower animals — larvae and worm-like creatures and the like, in
    • their unison with limestone — act as a regulator likewise.
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    • like. They, most of all, are subject to individualisation — to
    • the essence of the feeding process? To-day I would like to contribute
    • the rhythmic; likewise, something that comes from the metabolic organism.
    • of earthly gravity, and in like manner, all that we do with our limbs
    • Likewise
    • which we desire to have will like to eat instinctively — what
    • actually aware what a farm looks like, what it is like in practice,
    • I need something in Nature that has a ray-like, radiating form, or that
    • gathers up the ray-like nature in a concentrated “tabloid”
    • plant, and afterwards gathers-in its ray-like force in concentration.
    • So my attention is directed to linseed or the like. Such is the fodder
    • leaves or foliage or the like. Now I want to increase the milk production.
    • manifold elements of a fruit-like quality develop just life leaf and
    • on, simply because they always find them helpful. Likewise in farming,
    • for fattening cattle, milk cattle and the like. But the whole thing
    • not like the animals of the plains, for they must walk about under difficult
    • the limbs by artificial treatment, notably if it is anything like cooking,
    • boiling, simmering or the like. Here it is best to take what comes from
    • gout and rheumatism, diabetes and the like.
    • by cooking, steaming or the like) and if you give them food which already
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    • following feeling: “Thou must again become like the
    • whose countenance shone like the sun; this was Osiris. He
    • Sacred Body. This is a sun-like circular vessel with rays,
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    • like a fruit that has ripened. Let us follow the
    • when we weigh a human being, he stands there like a
    • in from outside, is like something which should not really
    • for Sagittarius is a human being sitting like a centaur
    • to walk independently. It is always being carried, like a
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    • should like, then, to put before you once more, the picture of the Order of
    • overcome stood before them, like a vision, whilst they lay stretched on the
    • spiritual aspect, we all become old alike. If we die early, our physical body
    • Man, one thing remains alike, because it is still in its beginning. The rest
    • workings are focused in a point, the point of the I. There we are alike, and
    • through this focus-point where we are alike can pass all that we communicate
    • where we are alike gives the possibility for the development of mankind of a
    • alike. Consequently, it is not the establishment of what is contributed by
    • like this must be clearly envisaged again, for it is only with truths like
    • often imagine they are at liberty to take them! No, a poet like Goethe, for
    • good forces are working, but others also. And a man like Goethe uttered in
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    • imaginative experience can be impressed on the soul like any other
    • Imagine this process of metamorphosis like a glove which is turned
    • ordinary physical world lies behind us like a memory. We must have it
    • life thinking grows out of the organism like a flower, so higher
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    • rises like a force of nature in one who follows a spiritual path. He
    • impairment of the ordinary behavior of soul in everyday life, is like
    • consciousness, however, is like a penetration of ordinary, everyday
    • like. That objections from this side rest on ignorance of the facts
    • intensified that it works like a force of nature. Within the ordinary
    • actually exists in materialism want to see everywhere only ghostlike,
    • in considering that everything should be like condensed ghosts. Here
    • that condense into the ghostlike, but he knows that everything
    • polarity — one would like to say — the “getting out
    • one digs into the earth like a miner. Whatever one finds there can
    • to be shown how the concepts by which he would like to prove the
    • that he calls a belief, and I would like to read to you his own
    • would like to say that in spite of all obstacles, in spite of all
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    • the kind of way people would still like to hear it spoken of in many
    • knowledge I would like to tell you more about today, namely an inner
    • back to the dreamlike mental images of early childhood and compare
    • people do not like the term yet. Again it is by means of direct
    • century. We see in a number of spheres something like a forward leap
    • like this take place in nature, too. If we look at the evolving
    • humble attempt like this, yet is aware that it comes out of the
    • Looking at anthroposophy from a safe distance, people like this
    • I should like to draw your attention to the fact that even the kind
    • things to a large city audience, like Dr. Steiner does. What is
    • outlook. This spirit vision will then be like the soul of the world
    • we shall accept philosophers like Avenarius and Mach as individual
    • world conceptions like these. This is further confirmed by the
    • will not be able to harm us. And I should like to describe in the
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    • us, so, in like manner does the Earth think. Let us inquire to-day:
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    • bequeathed like a hereditary sickness’ and accept conclusions
    • But I would now like to show how a narrow, cramped and
    • like, has now for a long time been extended to the whole thinking
    • Gardens and the like, (the value of which observation must be
    • much to-day, but from small germs like these a beginning must be
    • Science; and the like. I specially quote instances from those of whom
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • like a cloud. Supersensible knowledge alone enables us to penetrate
    • his own conception of the world, for it is like the very sun of
    • as a result of sun, moon, stars, air, water and the like. The
    • his poetic wisdom is like a blossom of the Earth. The Middle European
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    • for his was like a remembrance of an earlier incarnation. The
    • experience is like a repetition of the happening at Damascus,
    • Atlantean bodies, bodies very unlike those of today. In that
    • and through them to the people. For like all Initiates, those
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    • I should like to start
    • again and again: Yet it cannot be like that; there must have been
    • body is built up like a natural product; it is a work of nature.
    • Man's etheric body is built up like a work of art; it is a real work
    • the only salutary revolution; all others are only like diseases of
    • “astral body” — or whatever you like to call it. It
    • so easily the inner impulses and like to cling to the empty phrase.
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    • up out of natural necessity like foam bubbles, and like foam bubbles,
    • century, like a devastating wave, proceeds when all is said and done
    • one reaches ideas, which in a purely formal way are like memory
    • production of ideas which are like remembered thoughts, but we must
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    • 28:11 With the work of an engraver in stone, like the engravings of a signet, shalt thou engrave the two stones with the names of the children of Israel: thou shalt make them to be set in ouches of gold. \
    • 28:21 And the stones shall be with the names of the children of Israel, twelve, according to their names, like the engravings of a signet; every one with his name shall they be according to the twelve tribes. \
    • which in the time of the Judges was something very like an
    • 14:22 Likewise all the men of Israel which had hid themselves in mount Ephraim, when they heard that the Philistines fled, even they also followed hard after them in the battle. \
    • Christ in death can likewise be acquired by the human soul only on
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
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    • and abuses, strongly influencing our present life, and passing like
    • it from the handwriting if it is written like that. Such a condition
    • the like; it is extremely good to learn them also in the opposite
    • Very few people know what they look like from behind while they are
    • like to be ‘a good man’; and he is convinced often that
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    • results. But I should like in to-day's lecture to attempt to
    • in us as sensation, and then set it before us, we should likewise find
    • mathematical or unmathematical. What can live in us in like
    • annihilates the third, making space two-dimensional. And in like
    • perceiving the super-sensible world?” Because I always like to
    • has been elaborated in the course of human evolution. I should like
    • achievements — if we do not wish to stand still, unlike all our
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    • should now like to speak of the considerations
    • like that could be done in the case of the Dornach building —
    • soul — pictures like those one sees on old maps, drawn when
    • would like to shape the head as lovingly as possible, but not the
    • legs. One would like to hide them — to by-pass them with the
    • When one renders a human being in art, one would like to lift him
    • I should like to make a remark which seems important to me, so that
    • an expression of his whole being. Then something like Eurhythmy can
    • like to put it in this way: When we, as sculptors, give
    • I should like
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    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • and the ear hearing them is likewise sinful.”
    • who accompanied him played a harp-like instrument, for he needed to
    • together. A man like Bulwer, of course, did not fit into such a
    • inner mirror. Our inner being is indeed like a mirror. We gaze on the
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    • to something like a breaking of the inner mirror. The memories can as
    • around us like a carpet or tapestry, and we apply our intellect to
    • be ill, pathologically ill, if like the atheistic materialist one is
    • born as little babies, we are really for external perception not unlike
    • what he is like, what his normal condition is. And he must learn to
    • perpetual dying. Nature wears, so to speak, a deathlike hue. But over
    • tendency to study and investigate only the corpse-like part of
    • moon is situated, its matter splits up and disperses like dust into
    • there, and then it splits up and is scattered like dust into the
    • cosmos. You see the moon like this: first a circle, then a smaller,
    • disperses like cosmic dust. It is only to ordinary sense-perception
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    • man like Paul, while he was still Saul, turned to the ancient
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    • atheists like the modern ones. Their atheism was not clearly defined.
    • without spirit, yet the narrow-minded people would like to live
    • afternoon without the spirit — in fact they would like to do
    • mind my using a somewhat trivial expression, but I should like to
    • Afterwards I discover a certain likeness between them. I follow this
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    • to exist up to the present time almost like elemental forces, and
    • cosmically like opposite poles in relation to the soul-life of man living
    • after a sleep-like state of existence.
    • dreamlike sleep, a state of existence into which we enter at night
    • passed before and where no van was likely to pass again for a long
    • spiritual life. It will be like a spiritual sun moving from
    • scruff of the neck, he squashes you like a flea with his finger-nail!
    • discussed like, any other world-conception. Yet it is one that has
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    • standpoint which I would like to characterize as a historical
    • which have remained like oases in a desert, re-echo a great,
    • traditionally, appear to us like fragmentary recollections.
    • only remains like an old legend. This is how matters stood with the
    • his statements. Like all the other people of the Middle Ages who
    • may say that it continues to drip like water, in the form of
    • someone were to pursue the natural-scientific methods, like Goethe:
    • boring to enter into the details of spiritual science, and only like
    • I would like you to take to
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    • like lost sheep, but that they were part and parcel of the
    • like puppets at a show. Or else we have the fatalism of
    • justice somewhere!” People would like this divine
    • justice ... they would like to have it suspended aloft as a
    • like impulses dropped from on high that the teaching of
    • are like that.
    • have been describing it — I mean, if it were like that
    • they would not be astonished; if they met a pig talking like
    • Blavatsky was as if a pig should start talking like a man. To
    • talking like a man! Hence the simile of itself shows that the
    • “recognised authorities” like Max Müller in
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    • getting in opposite, looked rather like an out-of-work
    • him, but something that looked like an immense mountain. He
    • Nature, like a Word that held sway throughout this Nature,
    • like this feeling, any more than the worthy professor did
    • the eye comes into the four elements. But he can likewise
    • worlds, you must know what things are like in the
    • I should like
    • like ... Yet we know what an important part these conflicts
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • indications that their wisdom embraced something like these
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    • tramcars and the like. These phenomena, as experienced today,
    • summer-like exultation which culminated in the St. John's
    • consciousness of Egohood. In its childlike, innocent state
    • that people liked to present, but just as the Church calendar
    • like an essence of the Christmas mood. They were also obliged
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    • dreamlike clairvoyance, not only acquired knowledge but experienced a
    • reality. Now many people do not like this, So far at least as
    • something like freedom from earthly existence, who are already lifted
    • perish. Like Faust, we look not upon the permanency of our works but
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    • domain like that of hygiene — a domain which possibly is more
    • sphere like that of public health which so intimately concerns both
    • spiritual conception of the world to speak like this and then build
    • psychic craving which would like to be rid of outer life and then
    • Very briefly expressed, the Spirit unfolds like an organism.
    • knowledge and not from Marxian theories and the like. Such
    • is that it does not speak in abstractions of a nebulous Spirit, like
    • and the like. They put it all into pigeon holes as is the custom in
    • themselves to Spiritual Science when they think like this. They are
    • and the like, but that one must approach mental disease by
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    • language was more like song. Now when the man of to-day sings, he
    • the earthly forces — gravity and the like — or the
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
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    • ancient times passed through a much more dreamlike, spiritual
    • of soul — dreamlike though it was. And he knew with clear
    • continued, man's early, dreamlike experience of soul and Spirit
    • once revealed to an old dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness as the
    • whispering something that as yet they do not like to face, although
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    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • like this: The Gnosis conceives, in evolution, the existence of a
    • side. Just consider the wide gulf between the childlike gaze of the
    • luciferic temptation not occurred. More wood-like, drier — in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Dimensions of Space
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    • for a moment what it is like when you touch your own left hand with your
    • of Feeling is really like a painting on a canvas — but we are
    • plane, and like a conscious painter you record your inner experiences
    • feel all the shadow-likeness of our feelings as against the
    • point-like, ‘punctual.’
    • sides, in all dimensions, just like the sponge is saturated by water.
    • Again, the bodily and physical is related to the Feeling, like
    • he feels him less. Likewise this one-dimensional being feels
    • accustomed only to form spatial ideas. Hence they would like to have
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • could weigh like a nightmare on the world-conception based on spiritual
    • by the later ones. Likewise it is common knowledge that within these
    • skeleton-like structures. And as we approach the younger layers we see
    • today as alluvial deposits washed up by river-action or the like in
    • and consequently could not, like the overlying layers, have engulfed
    • suppositions in regard to what precedes the granite-age; likewise geology
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • and so on, like an outer world.
    • within it — like parasites of the entire living earth-organism,
    • would appear to be something like a decaying corpse, in which an old
    • lines and the like, it is easy enough to demonstrate that spiritual science
    • likened to wrinkles on the peel of an apple, and can be explained in
    • collapses, up-pilings, foldings and the like, he ascribes, for
    • adhere to what they themselves would like to say about the facts.
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • survey life in this way do not its pictures seem dream-like in their
    • Ahriman. Thus we stand midway between them both. Like a
    • into the future in a way not unlike the way in which we are able to
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • already received. And so I should like in particular, in order to
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • clear grasp of the ego and place it before us like the external
    • anything like the dread of the infinite emptiness or the overcoming
    • than come to the condition of dread, which often is like a giddiness
    • respect it is all alike But the important thing is when we reach
    • observe something passing through this like a flashing-up, like a
    • becoming lighter, but not a real illumination, more like a glimmer.
    • the person makes an impression upon you like a breath of enchantment.
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • ancient Sun-period to see ascending something like sacrificial smoke
    • gathering like clouds during the old Sun development coagulated as
    • ‘good gods could not produce something like human freedom
    • should like to remind you of that Spanish King who considered the
    • pictures in our minds like those described in the last lectures: of
    • the picture becomes, how something like the liquefying of the dammed
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • Beings, which lives in him like a dream-picture. This is the origin
    • more intense the search. And is it not like a voice expressing itself
    • yet have the Spiritual wisdom which, like balsam, is shed forth into
    • manifested existence like this world of ours! What is the name of the
    • of boxes, the smallest exactly like the biggest!’ — (From
    • should like to know how an abstract thinker, one who accounts for
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • to have risen like Christ — all these reasons are on the same
    • exactly like a man who cannot be contented within himself by means of
    • that this represents something like a rending away from the universal
    • — not of one great organism, like the mineral — but of
    • contradicted historically! This cannot be dealt with like other
    • I should just like to mention a point I already endeavoured to
    • In like manner the
    • death, like the cutting off of any substance from its cosmic purpose.
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    • insist that this war is just like the wars of the past and
    • what may seem like ‘peace’ — order will only
    • likely to happen were never taken in the right way; people
    • brings impulses into modern life today are like a one-
    • write and say today are like someone skating on ice that is
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • asks at the present time that issues like these should be
    • the ego acts like salt during sleep. Human beings thus have
    • significance, however? It is more or less like this: On
    • like to hear or know such things today. Yet they will have to
    • become automatons which they could influence like automatic
    • really is like this: Think of the borderline between maya and
    • rules humanity. If we go on like this, humanity will go down
    • to be truly representative of the age, something like the
    • People like to skip over them today because they are not
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • they are thoroughly uncomfortable. The truths people like and
    • blood or the like. Nevertheless, this literary lexicon quotes
    • demonstrate this to be wrong. It is like this with many
    • be to point out something like this. But there is no need for
    • they wish to do so. Anyone can tell anything they like about
    • you like. The truth will not be affected by the lies which
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • live, one would be speaking of something that would seem like
    • really like it to be and that there exists the element which
    • as we do now; times perhaps when only thinkers like Leonardo da Vinci
    • grow large or remain dwarf-like, with their outer appearance
    • Anthroposophical Society are unlikely to take things this far
    • who like to feel good in the way I have described. All kinds
    • like this, who still do not want to take up anthroposophy,
    • generally receive truths. People do not like to be told
    • high ideal — that is how they like to see themselves!
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • that our usual idea of genius tends to be pretty vague, like
    • developments like that of Brentano would be aware of this,
    • they could now walk around like Nietzsche's followers who called
    • not the case, and people had to depend entirely on being like
    • more mysteries than people would like to think when they base
    • ideas like these will be particularly vital in everything
    • so inadequate. We are living in an age when programmes like
    • think like people of the fourth post-Atlantean age. That was
    • times. It is utterly wrong, however, to think like a Greek
    • first of all notes a form of hatred or dislike arising
    • meetings, or individuals, with old ideas running on like
    • cross-breeding and the like. It was a science that was
    • the right time, someone like Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, for
    • like Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, of the outward, physical body
    • nature, for philistines always like to stick to the norm.
    • different tendencies will come up at a congress like the one
    • People who think like that will be considered to be sick and
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • find it easiest to get an idea of this if you look at it like
    • nor the kind of nebulous ether people sometimes like to
    • switch off your own thinking and always get up like a
    • general terms we might say people would look like spectres,
    • elemental world. We might put it like this: The physical
    • important for all humanity. I would like to present it in
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • are not very many people who feel like this, though I have
    • found something like it, at an instinctive level, with quite
    • described by our contemporaries is like the image we have of
    • descriptions given of historical figures like Luther may be
    • post-Atlantean age, for he felt, thought and reacted like
    • is like the real weight, not the cardboard one. Hundreds or
    • at it but from having lifted something like it before. You do
    • like someone who is looking at weights made of cardboard.
    • must be done like this, and that must be done like that. The
    • would like to have the image of the ideal teacher and then
    • spirit. And whom do we like best to imitate? The individual
    • enthusiasm, for, having his own concepts, he dislikes those
    • face we like and find sympathetic. But it is wrong to let our
    • which are won from the world of the spirit are like
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • form of thinking like a net over everything in order to
    • can therefore have as many wrong ideas as they like. This
    • is their poverty. People like to take things easy today
    • ‘particular’, and so on. People like bandying
    • superior way, juggling with ideas like eternity and
    • something like the house which has been built outside,
    • been like a thread running through everything I have been
    • therefore, did something rather like Kjellen is doing now.
    • a State. People like to use such comparisons in areas which
    • comparison can be applied to anything. If you like, I can
    • which are indeed like cells in the total organism of life on
    • abstractionists today, and one feels like saying that if you
    • Abstract concepts are like this: we have them, but the
    • who only like corpses of ideas will speak and think in them,
    • point of view — or ideal, as people also like to call
    • as ‘democracy’ and the like — and other
    • interests us, however, is the reason why the Americans liked
    • tell the world: ‘You should all sit on chairs like
    • this sweetness and general love seemed to me like someone who
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • knowledge and the like, for this will allow you to penetrate
    • signify? To see something like this in the right way, we can
    • views as to what the earth looked like thousands and millions
    • So we can work out what this child looked like a hundred
    • out what it will look like in a hundred and fifty years. It
    • visualize what the world is going to be like according to the
    • shine like electric light, so that one can read the paper.
    • affairs. People do not like to speak of events in human
    • who will tell you that a dream, or something like a dream
    • like to put it like this. If we were to say that,
    • paradoxical to say something like this. But if one reads
    • like.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • impulses and inner responses. Events like these which play
    • together, people like Spielhagen,
    • spread ideas like these in such a way in the eighteenth
    • people like generalities better than most other things. And
    • like the individual whom I gave as an example the other day,
    • situation with the world is just like the situation you
    • come a long way.’ Everyone who thinks like this fails to
    • and modern thinking to be right, is like someone who cannot
    • The ideas evolved in the fourth post-Atlantean age seem like
    • 1879 the situation is like this: people go to school
    • purely imaginary. When people think like this, and infinitely
    • the sand like ostriches, but only by consciously entering
    • course, it can be said like this here, using the
    • like this to people outside, for they are totally unprepared.
    • filled with spiritual wisdom are like a consuming fire and
    • like, memories which make them happy. Education must learn to
    • education, and do not like
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • like it to be. Their ideas are not incorrect; yet ideas which
    • taken into account in times like those which lie ahead; it
    • the flowers as one walks through a meadow, and the like. This
    • The book is now generally available and I should like to draw
    • — which likes to see itself in the abstract and in
    • result one reads things like the following, for instance,
    • essay like this, and nowhere does its poverty of spirit prove
    • adequate for entering into reality. Yet writings like these
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • certain spiritual entities, which had been acting like rebels
    • account of important events like this as they do of natural
    • blood. Nothing is more likely to prevent human progress than
    • convince a humanity that likes to take the easy way.
    • heaven to earth, if we may put it like this, the spirits of
    • diagrammatic form, we may put it like this: before Lucifer
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • them.’ It certainly is not like this. The things that
    • Woodrow Wilson like this, for his grammar-schoolboy essays on
    • did before 1879. Going into something like Part 2 of Goethe's
    • Characteristically, someone like Oswald Marbach only found
    • know about such a thing as Goetheanism, which is also like
    • entry into communities then called Masonic or the like,
    • Like Israel you struggled against God
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • own. Events like these must be seen in conjunction with
    • happen once peace is made. They will say: ‘It was like
    • like the weather of the future in relation to the future
    • would be like if natural science were only 100 years old and
    • instance, their idea of democracy will be like the definition
    • people like Millerand
    • another direction. He asks: How far can someone like Millerand,
    • human beings have parts of the body which are like this. Some
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • sinless, incapable of sinning, like a mere creature of nature, he now
    • about him, who had not — like modern theology — lost
    • like Dubois-Reymond's
    • sure, in a dreamlike way — will grow more than ever. And (I say
    • by virtue of a few anthroposophical catchwords like ‘physical
    • nature, and secondly, it is only like a little bit of water that one
    • way that when something arises like the Movement for Religious
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    • en annen måte som den anerkjenner som likestillet.
    • krefter som åndelig gjennemstrømmer jorden, likesom
    • var blitt vekket. Men like til inn i den atlantiske tid var der
    • tenkningen, like så lenge varte det fra begynnelsen av den
    • impuls virker videre i historien. Mennesket vil like
    • Hvis vi opptar den dypere betydning av slike
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • like to speak more from a material aspect, in order to show that
    • air-like, evanescent, imponderable parts of the body. Thus thinking became
    • for instance, a mind like Darwin could not possibly have reached the
    • are really all like the famous personage who drew himself up into the air
    • University, like Zeller himself, and not at the Platonic Academy.
    • intuitive mind like Goethe's sees in the skull-bones the metamorphosis of
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • physical body and the etheric body begin to manifest a plantlike
    • consciousness lights up, clear day-consciousness. The summer-like
    • although in the form of dreamlike, clairvoyant consciousness;
    • mankind through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • resurgence of incarnations in that third epoch. It was like a
    • Copernicus too, like Kepler, was an astrologer and attached great value
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • which appear like the building blocks of this plant body. While
    • his thought sequences something like a ‘plant soul,’
    • affect him like suggestion, with a tremendous power; they do not let
    • I would like to
    • his skin, of his sense organs, and the like. In other words, we may
    • relationship to the earth, so also everything plant-like belongs to
    • natural science that proceeds purely out of the outer material likes
    • that spiritual research shows how everything rock-like,
    • plant-like, but rather the reverse is the case, the plant-like is the
    • something plant-like that hardens and then turns to stone.
    • quality, of a plant nature, was a structure of plant-like being, and
    • fronts us spiritually with conditions like waking and sleeping in
    • out and float over him like a cloud formation; rather this whole
    • is for us something like our own physical body, which can be seen
    • like this, however. As soon as there is the wish to penetrate into
    • discovered in their research, and did not — like Raoul France or
    • that within them there is something like a loose kernel. These
    • lens-like structures, similar to the lens in our eye. These
    • how the earth is surrendered — like the human being in
    • in which a man like Goethe studied the plant world on his journey
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    • whom he should associate his labours. In like manner, other
    • are voiced by an individual like Dupuis, it only means that
    • those that were of a like mind: — Just as little as
    • personalities ; just as they were only Suns, so likewise,
    • you will well be able to conceive that thoughts like the
    • to-day with a like necessity, as the aforesaid Luciferic
    • like; — in a word, because he possesses a certain range
    • Chemistry and the like; or else they must become truly
    • national groups for example, and the like.
    • Gods had to overcome those other forces, likewise the Power
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    • will tell you something like this: — You must rise from
    • ideas of chemical and physical laws, and the like. But it is
    • gravitation and the like — deduce by the combining
    • A time like
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    • were shining from some other region of the sky. Likewise the
    • constellations like fixed places — Aries the head,
    • things like this. Certain sub-divisions in the Pyramids
    • century. Men like Carus declared that the pure study of the
    • upon this matter. Likewise on the other side, the rest of the
    • there in Man himself. Such is the inner composition a book like
    • of the Spirit likewise, Man unites himself with the macrocosm
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • elimination of a dead, corpse-like element within us.
    • soul like a great flash of lightning, we acquire the memory of
    • like a person using a coach; for it is the remaining body which
    • whole spiritual culture, like all the other branches of science,
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • earth like animals but look out freely into the world's spaces
    • to real knowledge), if he seeks, for instance, like the followers
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • and have laid aside our body. We know what it is like to live in
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • irresistibly comical effect. I must admit that I like this remark
    • people do not like to apply to anything else — then he may
    • Anthroposophy frequently appear like a letter which someone is
    • ordinary normal experience, which falls out of what one likes to
    • I would like to
    • say: When we only have desires, this is like retracing the
    • like ten years ago.
    • and a body of forces containing thoughts which act like forces;
    • like a photographic plate. This is the same as the miniature
    • return into the body whenever we like; we do not fall a prey to
    • what it is like to dive down into the body with the emancipated
    • know what it is like to abandon the body; we see how the thoughts
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • Greece life consisted in a childlike joy over the nature of
    • Jupiter days are like a sentence speaking out of the cosmic
    • like the poor shepherds who were conscious of their misery.
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • of smell could be developed like that of dogs, it would not be
    • real stream of living anthroposophical knowledge. One would like
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • earth like an episode, with no beginning and end. History thus
    • semblance with the forces of inner life. Man would like to submit
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • fell off from it, like ashes fall off from burning substance.
    • paradoxically, we may say that modern man likes thoughts which
    • failure. Anthroposophy would like to indicate the path leading to
    • with lifeless concepts. Modern people do not like this. They feel
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • the union with the child-nature, that pure and noble childlike
    • and that is what can be represented in childlike fashion, and yet is
    • more of the child-nature in such men than in others. Men like these,
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • to him. The human being ought to be reminded of this childlike
    • childlike element to him again. Though it was not easy, one can see
    • could perform something like that. And yet the whole performance
    • bond with the childlike, with the pure, truly childlike element
    • the world or anything like it; it is impossible now to maintain
    • that anything like this weaves through and guides the world.
    • like their bodily natures. Instead we must look at what they are now
    • in a childlike way but that bears the highest mysteries. Isn't it
    • because, more than other people, he retained the childlike quality
    • in himself despite growing old. He retained more of the childlike
    • mystery thus speaks to what lives in us as a childlike quality, it
    • to the spiritual gives meaning to the earth, I would like to share
    • That the nights become like brilliant suns.
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    • before him in dreamlike images. In these dreamlike images he
    • A teacher like Zarathustra, who had actually ascended to the
    • Brahma, the Eternal, shining like a luminous centre in man,
    • like — so there are different orders of lower spiritual Powers,
    • are one and the same word, like Ormuzd and Ahura Mazdao.
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    • another is that man of the present day feels, whether he likes it or
    • words like these: “When I have endeavoured to unravel some of
    • possessed a clairvoyant consciousness unlike our waking
    • consciousness and yet unlike the complete absence of consciousness
    • “clairvoyant,” although, indeed, of a hazy, dreamlike
    • from the Egyptians), land-surveying and the like, were needed —
    • statement of Spiritual Science? I should like here to quote from a
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • looks like this (drawing) — but something which is commonly called
    • also to bees. It is likewise necessary for bees to lay their eggs where
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • on passing through Stuttgart, and I should like to make this an
    • like to speak of how man's life on earth is in a certain sense a reverse
    • I would like
    • may put it like this, we turn our attention from the world of spiritual
    • that is like a faculty of memory such as man does not have in ordinary
    • Hierarchies, Archangels? What is there in physical life that is like a
    • memory of living oneself into the world of spiritual beings, or like a
    • In-breathing is like an experience of spiritual beings; out-breathing
    • like an experience of our self. But feeling lonely — well, this
    • This goes on like in-breathing and out-breathing. We breathe into
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • of the soul we are obliged to speak of forces or the like which do not
    • like to give you a picture of a very important region of the
    • it were like a wave in a great sea, a wave that is organised within
    • consciousness of the fact that is lacking — you feel like a wave
    • forsaken and alone. It is like sinking into an abyss. If a man were to
    • during waking life something like a need and longing to relate all the
    • fatigue or exhaustion or the like, but instead a freshness of his whole
    • it is like stretching out a piece of elastic. You know how if you
    • like this are always correct only in a broad and general way; and when
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • unlettered alike; how the perfect animals evolve from the
    • ordinarily, the attitude of such work to the Soul is like what
    • himself: “Anyone who, like myself, wishes to be considered
    • feeling lives in those words. And all those who feel like
    • say, “We should like to know something about
    • Haeckel fixes as nine) some vertebrate animals something like
    • the twentieth earth-period, the Anthropoid (man-like ape) exists
    • one race of animals evolve from another if they were as unlike
    • was like it, but in psychic development was one degree power.
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • plant-forms, like parasites, are, as it were, planted on to
    • human being. If anyone likes to do this, let him do so, but
    • like the inner surface of a sphere, seen from outside; then
    • can be embodied in the memory; it is actually like a mirror
  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • which we have, as it were, driven like a stake into the
    • Arupa, the minerals will appear like the fingernails of the
    • like that of an animal; we must not think that a mineral
    • cannot push them about like the men on a chessboard. If we
    • distinct within itself, just like Earth, Water, and Air
    • elements which have a plant-like character — nails,
    • being are of a plant-like nature, and within all these
    • plants-like elements, the Beings of the second Elementary
    • toward the plant from all sides, like butterflies. The
    • In like
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • like the conviction uttered by Francesco Redi in the 17th
    • physical life but are immortal like the human soul itself;
    • second part lay there sealed, like the great testament to be
    • becomes aware of something that has been asleep — like
    • fact, something like a spiritual eye operation is performed
    • would like to travel to India and there study, in my own
    • pass on in peace. These sublime artistic creations are, like
    • like a crooked worm. The Earth spirit answers him:
    • “Thou'rt like the spirit thou dost comprehend, not
    • personal, egotistical feelings; he is repelled like Faust. He
    • world, and where the knowledge, or perception, appears like
    • perceive if we penetrate that which covers it like a veil.
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • Of leafy shady bowers. And there, like messengers
    • His countenance is like unto the flower
    • Of glittering stones; his raiment's like a flame,
    • feel themselves near to that which so simply, like a child
    • souls. And yet — all is contained in this childlike
    • really feel it like this, just because it is a child. Only it
    • — in the childlike organism. And just as it appears in
    • body and in the ego. Like wisdom that has made an extract of
    • out into a corner of mankind, like the Child Jesus, then we
    • foolishness and must stand abashed before the childlike body
    • Spirit-Kingly aspect and the great Cosmic aspect, the Childlike
    • spiritual world, in which the child shows itself to be like the
    • childlike understanding with grown-up understanding. All that a
    • it feels itself, in its childlike way, connected with the
  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • friend of Galileo's. Galileo, like Giordano Bruno, was an
    • fifteenth, sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Minds like
    • whether partisans or opponents. To minds like that of
    • one after another. Mighty minds like that of Galileo pressed
    • Monism, (unlike that of Giordano Bruno), what strikes us most
    • muscles like those of the animals, constitutes the higher
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    • should like to impress upon you above all is, that in
    • Theories like these are built up on the returns of modern
    • spirits like these, it is true, show by their lives how life
    • path was not like that trodden by so many to-day, who start
    • For there are many examples like that of Robert
    • Goethe, for such communications are more likely to cast a
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    • opinions, yet this is like sitting between two chairs,
    • and above all, the trust that these truths, like those also
    • only develop out of what is living.) I should also like to
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    • stands at his side is not unlike the way the Mephistophelean
    • consciousness like the clouds of smoke which arise in the
    • they say, ‘nervous,’ neurasthenic, or the like.
    • likewise Psycho-analysis’ ... no, I beg your pardon, not
    • as they call it, he is like a man who wants to know what kind of
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    • in question. Forming ideas like that, one simply cuts as with a
    • loving interest what the school was like, — in all its
    • I will explain the matter more in detail. Would you not like
    • tell me what she likes to eat?’ Well, the secretary happened to
    • as the saying goes. ‘We would like to make this man Director,’
    • There is another interesting case — a man not unlike the
    • Outwardly, the plot is almost exactly like the one I just
    • after event and understanding nothing of it, like the
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    • life. Repeating as they generally do, like parrots, the
    • which underlies heredity is likewise determined. And as
    • vocational life also emerges like a relic of the processes
    • want to see. We cannot give to our age any character we like;
    • and the like. They think it right that they should keep this knowledge
    • reckon with a personality like Annie Besant, who herself
    • became — in the theosophical domain — rather like
    • — things with respect to which people like Mill and
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • through Angels, Archangels or the like. Many people hold that
    • just like any man, and there is also mention of a
    • he would like to find a direct connection with his God, —
    • like. This leads into false paths which I will not, or cannot,
    • But I would like to explain the full spirit of this saying in
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    • — and likewise in the Christmas and Easter
    • turned to the picture of the childlike element entering
    • conception stands there like a mighty pillar of light amid the
    • that faces man: Truly, human beings grow to be unlike,
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    • this was for him a gesture, something like a mimicry, an
    • Triangle shine, radiating beams like the sun. There is no need
    • And from the midst like living waters streaming
    • Like deepest lore, yet uttered by a child,
    • He seems so innocent, like crystal clear,
    • Like some poor boy who, friendless and astray,
    • Were like a pious chorus ranged around,
    • It sounds like singing, solemn and entrancing,
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    • Anthroposophy. In the course of these lectures I should like to draw
    • if we can conceive that these Folk Spirits, like human beings, betray
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    • but would live in a kind of dreamlike consciousness of the Old Moon
    • incarnating on Earth would be alike in (physical) form and inner
    • particular geographical area. In this connection I should like to
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    • it would not be of a liquid consistency like water that is ruffled at
    • concert, I would like to give you an example and would ask you to
    • present-day geologists have confirmed — that peculiar wave-like
    • of race and the like. These beings, indeed this whole domain is one
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    • you will also understand why a people like the Greeks who were
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    • remain at a childlike stage. The Archangel who was sent to
    • mythology are in many respects curiously alike, I must point out
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    • appears in one mythology is also found in a like manner in another
    • similar or even alike, but the point is to know what is the nature of
    • diffused around him like a spiritual aura. Thus he possessed a
    • was still in a dull, dreamlike condition. The Indians were the
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    • 1910 (Rudolf Steiner Press).] I should like to
    • death, lying, falsehood and selfishness. I should like to draw your
    • which his influence was perceived by the old dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • spiritual world. When man lived in a condition of dreamlike
    • therefore is the destructive power, like Lucifer who drove man into
    • rise to a consciousness of God. Unlike the peoples of the Near East
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • already said, it was like the memory of what these people had once
    • experienced, like a memory reflected in their etheric body.
    • and from an entirely different angle. It seems very likely,
    • and had been developed in the post-Atlantean epoch. Something like an
    • will be like, a future that will ensure that we must form our ideals
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • impressions, and I should like to describe to you a typical example.
    • time, they will find popular favour like Sabbatai in the seventeenth
    • clearly a likeness of Vidar.
    • should like to impress upon you, therefore, that it is not
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Lecture 1
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    • the answer is that we would rekindle in mankind something like a
    • something like
    • another would like to think of as Anthroposophy, something which his
    • great may be the authority which it enjoys, is like a tree that has
    • figures appear like two beams of prophetic light: they are Persephone
    • Nature's wonder like the song of the lark. It was still felt
    • like then from the Akashic record. It is from the Akashic record that
    • like a spiritual conscience which as yet calls to us from the unknown
    • Folkert and Herr Hass, and in mentioning them I would like you to
    • like you to see in all that is willed here, in all that cannot yet be
    • friends, show us how men are formed in childhood, what they look like
    • men like our stage hands working for us so willingly. I feel it is
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    • in ancient times. Now there were also other gods working in like
    • bodies are not like the rind of a fruit, or the layers of an onion,
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    • countless modern souls. People like Strader are very numerous today.
    • should like to be one with the scent of the trees!’ Imagine
    • surroundings that you would like to taste yourself into those
    • rather like what I have just described as regards the physical world.
    • there comes a feeling of oppression rather like breathlessness. Hence
    • contains — like an occult sign on which we can
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    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • in a very abstract way. Things are not like that in the real world;
    • previous incarnation, and that there will be no other like it. What
    • what is physical upon Earth is like a snail shell, which one day when
    • husk will be cast off, it will shine from afar like a star. It will
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • the Earth, these forces, like all others, have to be strengthened by
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    • man of Atlantean mould walking about in Atlantis just like other
    • they no longer needed to be like Cecrops, Theseus and Cadmus, in whom
    • say that modern man is like someone who sits firmly and comfortably
    • sit within his house in this way, he was more like a man who walks
    • clairvoyant consciousness was like. It circulated outside its own
    • on Earth was like! He felt, ‘I have in my astral body. ... I
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • like intelligence passing from land to land! And, wonderfully enough,
    • elder Dionysos, Dionysos Zagreus, like the other Greek gods, lived as
    • of followers, described in mythology as sileni, fauns and other like
    • concrete, macro-telluric element which surrounds the Earth like a
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    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • What would the human soul be like if it were free from
    • our own body is just like that of other men. Thus there is a great
    • of clairvoyance is turned upon the physical body it dissolves like a
    • pictorial one, a dreamlike one, it was not a consciousness lit up by
    • ego-consciousness, could not be like the elder Dionysos, a son of
    • would look like if earthly men today were ego-less, if men had not
    • like. And the Greek — uplifted, inspired by the spirit, and
    • should not look like the man of today, whose bodies are the combined
    • like if we were able to separate the composite form into its
    • What then, were these Atlantean bodies like? In the satyrs and the
    • anti-Darwinian hypotheses as to what prehistoric man looked like. The
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    • just words like any other. Not at all. They are words which go back
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • who constituted his followers as being hideous in appearance, like
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    • itself. Something like that is what Capesius is depicted as feeling
    • are like this. From this fear, this feeling of impotence, we at first
    • like — man, the product of the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions
    • What was man like
    • could likewise imagine that a denser development went on in Saturn,
    • their thoughts were not like human thoughts, which we have to
    • our very soul, as a reality. Something like this would have to happen
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    • phantom-like in comparison with the later man, it barely hinted at
    • try to picture to ourselves what the human being was like in this
    • spiritual conditions from, for example, the feline, the lion-like
    • worked upon man their effect would have been to make him like a bull.
    • idea of why the animals resembling the bull remained bull-like, and
    • those resembling the lion became lion-like; it is because the shadowy
    • what these forces are like which stream upon the Earth from cosmic
    • something like a cap — to put it rather grotesquely —
    • Men adopted helmets because they were shaped like the astral cap or
    • helmet-shaped headdresses and the like — as apparent for
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    • just like earlier ones, only represents a phase which in its turn has
    • shadow-like images as intellectual ideas wherewith to explain the
    • diagrammatically it is like this. The old clairvoyance, even the
    • through the laws of nature is like a squeezed-out lemon! This is
    • maya in face of the living reality, and if it is not like a
    • repulsed; we feel like a rubber ball resuming its shape after it has
    • most remarkable comes about, which I should like to make clear to you
    • enables us to go much further. Whereas without it we bounce back like
    • a man like Johannes Thomasius can fall into error and illusion, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • figures in the spiritual [area] of mankind who rise[s] like a star. These
    • life of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is especially
    • to the Raphael who was later to appear in world evolution like a limb
    • flows through the evolution of humanity, flashing up in figures like
    • like Augustine, for instance, who in the Post-Christian epoch is really
    • appears in the year 1483 in a “spring-like” birth, as it
    • through the streets on horseback like the spirit of War incarnate, beating
    • devil in his body, who always likes to show his teeth to his enemies.
    • the sense of Savonarola or of others who thought like him, they certainly
    • is this the case in a region like that in which Raphael lived. Forces
    • I should like to quote words written about the Sistine Madonna by Karl
    • were pictures only of the human; the memory of them tangible like
    • happiness or sorrow, like a figure that arises before one again and
    • of the Sun, all that is radiant and spring-like. This gives us a glimpse
    • soul like this, looking out into the wide universe, — a soul which
    • it form in a picture like the Sistine Madonna, stands there in its inner
    • of inner effort and struggle. Figures like Augustine appear, —
    • the contemplation of pictures like the Madonna della Sedia, for instance,
    • the feelings of a soul able to create like this? We cannot compare them
    • like the genius of a Savonarola, or others like him; nor can we conceive
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    • be considered more seriously. I should like to explain to you the conclusion
    • which works like a kind of automaton, namely in the following way:
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    • read any modern work of art, a modern novel, or such-like. We feel even
    • for artistic spirits like Hermann Grimm, there was a question in those
    • and passions of men, men who like Achilles are far removed in a certain
    • and deeds of men who are nearer to ordinary humanity like Odysseus,
    • said sounds only like an hypothesis, so may that which Occult Science
    • from lower, animal-like creations. Spiritual science does not at all
    • ordinary body like a vessel. In spiritual science it is called the etheric
    • like a sort of inner master-builder — which permeates our physical
    • has like his etheric and physical bodies between birth and death, but
    • like magnetism in physical matter. They looked up into the spiritual
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • of the like, and spun the strings from the tail of the Hiisi-horse;
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    • like first to remind you how events which take place behind the veil of
    • spiritually in these realms, a remarkable saying. It sounds like a
    • like a sensational novel but so that what it imparts becomes the
    • it as being like external combustion. All the processes which take
    • how the dragon-like serpent-form of Ahriman winds its way among the
    • against Ahriman, as dragon-like he tries to coil round the shining
    • their meteors wage war on the spirit who would like to radiate fear
    • men are shining like glow-worms in the way I have described, then the
    • process rays out from his head and pours itself like a stream of
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    • to show schematically what the Earth is like in this respect we shall
    • waters and such-like, it is of course obvious that something else is
    • about like a gigantic earth-flea. In studying the mountain ranges of
    • Moon-like into the earthly. Through the remains of the fallen ash the
    • upper influences would really like to break up the Earth, to
    • always like to go out into the region where the plane prevails. If
    • Sun-like strikes into the Earthly. But this is at its weakest in
    • become Moon occurs again, in like manner, when a woman prepares
    • we can say something like this. In
    • of Mary is like a radiant star, which means that her whole
    • down we come to the Moon-like, salt-forming forces, given outward
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    • beings play over the Earth like an astral wind, and how the Ahrimanic
    • man in his whole organism would become more and more like the living
    • form with something like bat's wings and a head like this
    • then out of them would arise something like an etheric form, in which
    • clouds, as in Shakespeare's play, a shape which looks first like a
    • camel and then like something else. When March comes, he sees in the
    • like to create out of the Earth a Luciferic sheath. Man sways between
    • into a complete materialist. They would like to make his capacity to
    • how the Luciferic force up above would like to suffocate physical
    • would like to vivify the limestone masses of the Earth with an astral
    • with their wave-like formation, are in touch with the mysterious,
    • healing forces that reside in everything of a salt-like nature.
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    • year. This may sound like a contradiction, but it is not so. In
    • line-like forms, suffused with blue, and everywhere the blue is shot
    • through with lines which sparkle like silver, so that everywhere
    • the Earth, without also seeing there something like wing-like arms,
    • or arm-like wings, raised in earnest admonition, and this gesture by
    • the like. And if the true Imagination of these things is to be called
    • like this. The first words endeavour to represent how the gaze of Uriel
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    • And here I would like first to say something by way of introduction.
    • Michael's gaze is like a pointing finger, as though wishing not to
    • something like a fiery serpent, a serpent of shining fire, no longer
    • let us take the words which have come down through the ages like
    • staggering to realise that these words ring through the world like a
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    • Plato, men whose subtlety of thought seems like a continuation
    • the world — with adherents and opponents alike
    • now let us think of men like Tertullian who with a certain
    • — these men like Tertullian, to whose arguments no highly
    • like the Germanic, with quite different ideas of religion and
    • the good spirit of Darwinism may alike forsake him. But if he
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    • It seemed to the Apostles that they were like men who had
    • goes about just like a normal person, so that those with whom
    • world. Peter's experience was like that of a man who when he
    • then, like outspreading night, the intermediate condition came
    • were slept through since that time arose before his soul like a
    • something that seems like an affront against the conceptions of
    • direct impression it makes. It is like opening a book and
    • It appears before one like a word inscribed in the Cosmos, like
    • receive the impression which seems to be like a reading of that
    • which placed themselves like a screen in front of the real
    • higher knowledge, like the moon before the sun during an
    • science form what opinion they like, bring forward all kinds of
    • earth in such signs a happening like an eclipse of the sun and
    • they actually happened. I can imagine someone like Ernest
    • like Renan not believe, let us say, in the Ice Age, although
    • Pictures like these came before the souls of the Apostles: You
    • they had gone about with the Christ like sleep-walkers, unable
    • time. They had listened to Him like sleep-walkers. This Being
    • consciousness that had been like a sleep were interwoven with
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    • Gospel reveals that this event was something like conception in
    • like individual human beings. But what a particular
    • book with writing like that of a cheap novel, will be regarded
    • they like to hear and to have said to them. In magnificent
    • that when people see something spreading, like Theosophy for
    • everyone likes to hear, and you were driven from one stage to
    • Him. It can actually happen that a man like this makes the life
    • ever greater likeness with this physical body. Notice once
    • case. The macrocosmic Sun Being shapes Himself into likeness
    • Being. But in increasing measure He took on likeness with the
    • stage the God became a Man. Like someone who in the throes of
    • feel anguish like a man. This is also described in the other
    • Being had as yet assumed but little likeness with the body of
    • into the sphere of earth, had taken on the likeness of man, of
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    • Zarathustra-Ego like remembrances hidden in the soul,
    • also steeped in the wisdom which pierced his soul like red-hot
    • like that he was worthy to be initiated. There was a succession
    • something like a trowel, a little shovel, because the
    • community, was John the Baptist. During the winter, he, like
    • ingrained itself into his very soul, burned like fire in his
    • burnt like fire in his soul when after that deep conversation
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    • which was really like a full confession, much was new to her;
    • wisdom. Hillel was a teacher who, like other teachers of the
    • people like a kind of new Messiah. All this is narrated in the
    • of Nazareth to his mother — is in many respects like one
    • of the prophets of old; many utterances of Hillel sound like a
    • Hillel that he is like an ancient prophet who has come again.
    • within him something that was like a renewal of the old
    • aware of something like the climax of the change that had come
    • wrong one, for they all speak alike. Such an act would be of no
    • lecture-courses. When something like this happens in America,
    • like this happen it behoves even those who for years have been
    • One would like to think that ultimately people really will
    • Those who like to compromise and are unwilling to form a clear
    • greeting I should like to give, particularly at the end of this
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    • the Angels. That is like drawing the first breath in the spiritual
    • like to speak of the destiny of those who have gone from us in the
    • course of the years, leaving the physical plane. I would like to look
    • precious and significant. When, like a tributary into a river, they
    • which they were connected, are like spiritual heralds of our
    • very great deal. Today I would like to choose out one particular
    • chapter. A time like ours, in which external civilisation, in spite
    • like to give you from another point of view an idea of what can be
    • think, clairvoyant consciousness can see how something like spiritual
    • Section of cerebellum, enlarged, showing tree-like
    • skull which looks like a tree. When we have become wise, when we have
    • his wisdom mightily, like the branches of a tree. They originate in
    • likes it better than Ahriman that we fail to grow wiser. We have the
    • if we do not practise the virtue of moderation. Those who like to be
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • life like a field that is to be sown. Between what we ourselves
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    • like to call them. Let me begin with these paradoxes.
    • not a reality, then the process of thought does not, like a
    • scientific conscientiousness. I should like now, at the
    • one another this evening, therefore, I should like to
    • development of your will like this, so that you in part make of
    • doing this, however (I should like to suggest in conclusion),
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    • dreamy that it has been forgotten like a dream. Only gradually
    • did there arise from this dream-like mentality of the child
    • once our life is surveyed like a mighty tableau, not in space
    • between birth and death extends before us like a world, before
    • the other person. Only a few individuals, like Goethe's
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    • are transitory, like the sight of a real object in the outside
    • should like to point to just one more of them, since it will
    • times, this was a rather dream-like vision, whereas the vision
    • self-possession, like that which is active in the solution of
    • likely to apply it to our training, and thus be able to await
    • seems like science by modern standards. The scientist of today
    • today needs to discover about these things. And I should like
    • changes. He arouses a sense of the past; he seems like someone
    • development like that contained in our spiritual science
    • do not like using the word “transition” — all
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    • dream-like spiritual life. Modem spiritual life is used to
    • externals — show up as dream-like. Admittedly, from this
    • dream-like spiritual life, embodied in the most splendid poems,
    • When this dream-like spiritual life works on us, however, and
    • man that I should now like to characterize.
    • speaking in the last few days. Yet there is a dream-like
    • if we do return to something like it, we must do so with
    • influencing our modern life, I should now like to set another
    • appeared to the Orient like a dream. But the experience
    • really needed between East and West. To do so, I should like to
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    • I am advocating. Instead, I should like today to try and show
    • is from this point of view that I should now like to raise the
    • observation actually falls on something like a mirror within
    • like a reflecting device. Ought we, then, to break through this
    • something like this: in ordinary cognition of the outside
    • with this feeling of something like confinement, there is
    • dim. Our entire human nature must come to be like this, on the
    • processes of our organic being beat like waves upon the other
    • something like a combination of spiritual elements resulting
    • is also true: anyone demonstrating something like this,
    • correctly something like the heat-death of the earth
    • Those who think like this are people who will only admit
    • to knowledge of the world. I should like to express in
    • like to sum this up are the following:
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    • seem like photographs of life from different sides. Yet people
    • that we can form a life-like picture of them.
    • outlook such as I have been developing, we find that, like the
    • social life which are quite unlike the forces that are really
    • and would like to manipulate life, are fundamentally
    • in the trees like an ape in an extremely indecent fashion,
    • standpoint of most people in social life today is like that of
    • should like to illustrate once more with an educational
    • but with such vitality that it goes with us like a human
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    • — is usually something like this: With us, everything
    • many millions of men like a kind of religion, fifty years
    • just with a phenomenon like this, how fundamentally the mode of
    • dream-like spiritualization; they knew that, if this or that
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    • happened since then seems likely in any way to cushion the
    • development of Europe's spiritual life is like a small
    • extraordinarily significant. But when something like this is
    • like — how it would have to be different from the ways
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
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    • really like there. In short, there have long been efforts to
    • zoos and the like. But we ought not to be under any illusion
    • like: the people will gradually assimilate these concepts, and
    • mechanistic and economic factors and the like. I was able to
    • really seem like — and in a sense even are — the
    • production, but not to anything like the same extent about
    • like this about adult education colleges, public
    • libraries and the like, as they are today. If now we seek to
    • development of what, in the East, was dream-like clairvoyance.
    • This dream-like clairvoyance has cast off its direct insight
    • should be like today. In primary education today, a great deal
    • nature. When we speak of drives, instincts and the like in man,
    • drives, passions and the like, and see through them to reality.
    • like, in the same way as we have left behind the ghosts in the
    • experiences like the one I had a few weeks ago, when I
    • the planet was actually like which preceded the earth,
    • instincts and the like become spiritualized, and you feel
    • his primary substance. Present-day Americans like to quote
    • society, like a cog in a machine.
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    • of illustration I should like to indicate what can be
    • purpose. I should, however, like to emphasize the emergence in
    • relationship in which like meets like — will be a vital
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    • him, it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • is nothing else but a refined, rarified, hothouse-like after-enjoyment
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud, the life of thought is dimmed.
    • the ego and astral body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees
    • before us as an ideal. I should only like to assure you that I did not
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    • it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • else but a refined, rarified, hothouse-like after-enjoyment of
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • body like a cloud. Just as we cannot see the trees in a wood if
    • inward construction stand before us as an ideal. I should like to
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    • should like to take some of those subjects we have had here
    • by way of preparation, I should like to point to a few
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • a reality like the external world. We should never become free.
    • become external reality, like that of our environment, in our
    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
    • these considerations, because I should like it to have a place
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    • future, but not like a mastering, not as a universal cure do we
    • We are sort of like an engineer who absorbs himself for years
    • Steiner most likely described how every person lives
    • arise for us in world history if we are not, like the modern
    • what this pedagogy on earth was like in pre-Christian
    • is like the person I will be sometime. This life must be
    • in later times. If it had merely gone on like that, however,
    • half of the nineteenth century. You read his work like a
    • if you apply these theories to life), and only someone like
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    • achieve this, the building had to be placed like a living,
    • thoughts in building, like all fruitful artistic impulses, have
    • like them. We see here, without yet being able to understand it
    • artistic form. This, however, is not adapted, like Greek or
    • world, but is like an external copy of human inner
    • like an outer husk, built round those great buildings which
    • modern architect has done, when he has evolved Greek forms like
    • experience; we have seen, for instance, many people, like our
    • still unfulfilled, and it would sound like foolish boasting if
    • times. What longings are voiced in words like these of a simple
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    • like the unifying force of each.
    • can take what attitude you like to the picture, but it is an
    • Prior and of Christ looked across at each other like two opposite
    • marvellous manner and gleams like emerald and precious stones.
    • like journeying at midday’ — ‘Or you use the
    • feel pillars and also shapes like human beings, but till then she
    • become black and smaller. ‘Now it only looks like it,’
    • side, and as when they have risen something that looks like
    • Like the pointer of a great Sun-dial, he is held fast in the middle
    • which works only on the ground like human research, human reason,
    • tries to grasp knowledge, but is immature, he is killed, like the
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    • what we have to say in order to understand someone who, like Goethe,
    • we look upon them like this, if we are as sensitive to these figures
    • as in a way Goethe was — Goethe who unlike a second-rate
    • waves rear up like horses — aufbäumen. Ed.]
    • prodigally. They are like a man who goes to libraries, collects
    • into every physical form. He himself creeps about like the Snake in
    • conceptions but is incapable of applying them to life is like a man
    • spiritual kingdom, but remains unconscious and is carried across like
    • inner love, he likes to think of the words of the mystic Jacob
    • staggering in and then stands there like a statue, pointing to the
    • order. It ought to express itself like a habit. The unconscious itself
    • like a clock.
    • I should like to show you in two examples how much Goethe's
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    • later through his friend Merck. Goethe's mother who disliked
    • Natural Science. What they learnt was like a natural process. On
    • Like heavenly forces rising and descending,
    • ‘Thou'rt like the spirit thou comprehendest, Not me!’
    •  Sounding like thunder in the hollow of the hills,
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    • grow, like an initiate, into that world from which this music
    • merging into each other, becoming like cloud-pictures. It is
    • something like this in the world into which the clairvoyant enters
    • world, like the crystal shapes out of their mother-substance. At
    • first the spiritual world is experienced like the mother-substances
    •  There whirls the press like clouds on clouds unfolding.’
    • ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • these effects: ‘There whirls the press, like clouds on clouds
    • can at first be only like a seed in the world. It must pour itself
    • there sounds from the depths a remarkable call. He is now like a
    • spiritual world and knows what it is like, but could not remain,
    • confined to his thoughts, like the intelligent historian,
    • Something like this happens to the man who has entered into
    • where the garments of human personal egoism fall away like
    • when like all great minds, he makes his own words. Then one will be
    • other. In two successive poems Goethe has expressed, like a great
  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • I should like to give
    • human beings were childlike, that they believed in all kinds of
    • different from that of the man of to-day. I should like to show
    • antipathy, whether we like this or that flower, whether we
  • Title: World History: Lecture II: Mysteries of 'Asia'
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    • have when we lie, as we say, ‘like a log’ and know nothing of
    • very well what a flash of lightning looks like to a man of
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • he was not liked. He was regarded as a foreigner and indeed
    • unlike what is taught to-day at school or in the universities.
    • These Imaginations had the form of gigantic, plant-like
    • everything that is of a plant-like nature. At first it was in
  • 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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    • Now, very likely you will say that this conviction you
    • then he felt what he would be like if the Moon influences alone
    • speaking goes a wave-like surging and seething of the whole
    • volatile, fluid albumen — that had this wavelike
    • moving and surging. Like the air in man, in the
    • the Earth like an atmosphere. And as to-day the air passes over
    • broke like a great wave on the souls of these two. They
    • like Alexander not merely could, but did actually speak in such
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • secrete, as it were, inwardly something plant-like in nature,
    • and this plant-like substance were to go through metamorphoses
    • the midst of all this, like a haven of refuge where men found
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • like an irresistible longing after the old world, and evinces a
    • these places came men like
    • reservoirs like
    • read like any other and not a book whereon to exercise oneself
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • — hydrogen, oxygen and the like — affords no true
    • still to make use of it. But later on, save for a few men like
    • forces of the periphery. In like manner you may also study the
    • the shape of the cells. They are like this and here comes
    • only there the hollow space is filled up; they are shaped like
    • quartz crystals, like the crystals of silicic acid. If you go
    • Nature. But the process that goes on in illness is likewise a
    • hold of her salt! They behave like two closely related things,
    • like that are seized upon by the ego-organisation and inwardly
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • They were like hermits of wisdom and of consecrated human
    • are an etheric body, you are like an animal. Here however you
    • to-day bearing within us the memory of many a scene like that I
    • not at all unlike that which befell Ephesus in earlier time,
    • which has been torn away from physical sight by a deed like the
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • like, but they have nothing to do with the Gods and are not
    • liked Eurythmy and have heard that Anthroposophy is behind it,
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    • respect to all this, I should like today to answer, at least
    • like to do it by means of a sort of comparison, which is,
    • we get a really tableau-like retrospect of our whole earth-life
    • previous earth-life as moving in a universal world, like unto
    • knowledge which, like Anthroposophy, is rooted thus in the life
    • — all this was like an admonition to speak in a manner
    • was like a continuous challenge to the speaker to put his
    • and like any work of art, wanted to be manifested directly to
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    • with that which in the normal consciousness should be like a hammer
    • must sink and vanish like dreams. At the end of the earth our
    • speak like this to-day) — he knew that those social
    • under the surface; and, starting from this, I should like to point
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    • the. dream-like Imagination of the old spiritual vision, then
    • plant-like life of the child, so the life between death and a
    • always happen like that, It happened on another occasion that
    • throughout the civilised world like “Jean
    • chaos of decadent art like this tiresome “Jean
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    • outlook of spiritual science. I should like to start from
    • body, so that desire for the body spreads like a cloud in our
    • personalities are typical, they are like an old gentleman who
    • like a husk, and an elemental being slips into the husk. The
    • thought is no longer in our power; we put it out, like a
    • one thought like this in the 19th Century; but I can prove to
    • you that people did think like this.
    • should have in us the most exact likeness of these heavenly
    • spiritual or abstract entities like these, but sense-like
    • philosophically-endowed advocate, is like an attack, a revolt
    • them like an aura, they have sought to bring off their
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    • these two lines of opposition are considered as being like
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • line of march, as it were, but life is never like this.
    • virtue, the like of which no subsequent philosophy has
    • thought. Thought proceeds from the brain somewhat like a thin
    • smoke, or it is something like the flame from a
    • you will like one thing and prefer it at meals, dislike
    • as a divine spiritual regulator which, like conscience, leads
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • enveloped by something which is like an etheric body which is
    • it like a physical body, formed through the deeds of
    • Christ-impulse. We see humanity in perspective like a great
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • especially scientific, problems. Then I should like to refer to
    • like to bring before your souls the very facts pertaining to
    • creations, about which he liked to talk, hung on all the walls
    • unlike so many others, he does not excessively identify himself
    • him to Shakespeare, it worked on his mind like a breath of
    • literally hundreds of years old. There “law and rights like an
    • public life, the laws and statutes had been handed down like an
    • was wholly unlike all that the soul would strive after and hope
    • the scrapings of his life. The Duke, likewise, did not appoint
    • his soul. He felt within like an utterly lonely person and had,
    • external life in his novel-like piece
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    • even if what the materialists like to emphasize so much had
    • likewise in Goethe, even though we might at first consider him
    • Goethe was also organized like this, but another force now
    • his Faust. Such works are not poetic compositions like
    • longer possible. He needed something like a damper, a partial
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    • lights the other side of the earth. So, likewise, is it day in
    • necessities to behave like humans rather than monkeys. I will
    • with the archetypal soul, what it would be like and so on. That
    • wisdom merely in our heads; wisdom surrounds us everywhere like
    • these are not unique — to all these I should like to read a
    • indication through an equally slight sound, like the clicking
    • day, but people like Goethe pass into a state of dreaming even
    • for people like Goethe.
    • example, like those of Goethe's as set forth in his
    • their youth were trained like Schiller to become doctors had
    • may like them to be applied to dreams. More concretely, they
    • thought it really looked like Shakespeare and one would not
    • happens on the earth in the vocational labor of a man like
    • he has done on earth in making shoes. Likewise, Boehme's
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture IV
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    • in a way, the fourth stage of Saturn; likewise, Vulcan is the
    • lives; in a way, they must surrender like automatons to their
    • subject like the blind discussing colors. Of course, someone
    • individuals like himself. Evil minded people will produce quite
    • would be made alike, but this is simply an ahrimanic principle.
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    • consciousness like the clouds of smoke that are produced when
    • consciousness say: “I really want only one thing; I would like
    • is like a person who wishes to know what kind of grain will
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    • map. Likewise, his soul wanted to be close to the Neckar river
    • should like to say that this poetic fiction raises an important
    • the matter in detail? Would you like to be a theater director?
    • get along with her. Can you tell me what she likes to eat?”
    • to her. “We should like very much to have this gentleman as
    • he must likewise discover all possible legal casuistries of the
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    • is the title I should like to give these lectures
    • that are like a key giving us access to the spiritual world, so
    • may be men here in Europe who, since they all like to think
    • leaders in those brotherhoods to keep members like this
    • something like a theosophical sort of conglomerated mediocrity.
    • but one who came from a practical profession like Max Eyth,
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    • influences that people today like to emphasize, let us first
    • and, in addition, learned drawing, perspective, and the like
    • he say, “They're not so bad.” No, he really disliked studying
    • was not well-liked because of his various characteristics. So,
    • his age. For this reason I should like to read to you, in a
    • But now I would like to relate this life story in a different
    • repeat it. Likewise, his letter was written in the way I have
    • the same indifferent but hurried pace, one just like another. I
    • me like a hymn of death.
    • is another brief passage to which I should like to call
    • because it bore an astonishing likeness to his own. It was
    • pale, lean, smoothly shaven, but with somewhat more witch-like
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    • ancient times were something wholly unlike those of our day.
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    • truth that He died and rose for all men — for all men alike
    • merely in a dream, but in a dream-like image that signified
    • in the ancient atavistic, dream-like clairvoyance and people
    • was necessary that He should be seen, like the phenomena of
    • likewise confronted only with the maya of the other human
    • divinity like Mithras, who guides the human being beyond
    • the train stops at a station he rushes out and behaves like a
    • brought to them by this or that missionary. I should like to
    • now I would like to conclude today's lecture, but not without
    • unimportant, I would like to deal with it today. Should the
    • likely to cite our case as characteristic when it makes its
    • Spiritism always likes to be considered as being “scientific,”
    • spiritism. Then, people will read the book, and most likely —
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    • which I should particularly like to point.
    • happens in air and water; look wherever you like, include
    • utmost importance at the present time. Today I should like to
    • fact an image. I shall draw it like this — in a simple
    • yourselves a figure like that, a figure that has originated
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    • lifted off like a ball. It is true that in reality the
    • off like a ball as the head part. Things are not so
    • like, to the external world, the inner side of this outside
    • the perceptible things spread out like a carpet, and now the
    • represent this little bit by doing it like this. Imagine now
    • is so. You know how I have hinted emphatically that I like a
    • like from the time of the Caesars; try to learn about this
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    • are many such questions, and today I should like, out of all
    • astrophysics, whatever you like to call it. If he were able
    • something like it. But it is not so, my dear friends, that is
    • materialism — I should like to say, under the ban of
    • like the sun, emptier than empty. That is — yet, my dear
    • he goes through the gate of death. Now I should like to draw
    • stretches out like a feeler that creeps into the holes of the
    • images. It is something like this — a man through some
    • like it, was always made and it was said: look at your body,
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    • that the phases of economic life run their course almost like
    • economic life, that when some phase like a ‘favorable
    • political economists, who would have liked to describe
    • devotees indulge in this sort of ideas, and would like to
    • something like the economic crisis of 1907? They first begin
    • meets with an incident like the following, which I tell as an
    • much these will bring in. Just like abstract principles,
    • principles are abstract; and, like them, it can be applied to
    • of national economy altogether, to take only things like ‘supply
    • likely to have a very favourable run for a year or two. These
    • undertaking like the "Kommender Tag". It is obviously not
    • then indeed those things will come to pass which people like
    • very commonly used in cases like that of the cri-cri
    • didn't like writing picture post-cards; in fact I never wrote
    • forms of production, not merely unnecessary, like
    • cri-cris, but deliberately harmful — like
    • place, as to the patent-leather boots, I should like to say,
    • somebody who has lyrical poems he would like to print! ...
    • can only find the answer to a question like this, if we are
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    • to many things, let me say. And here I should like to point
    • such questions as wages, and the like, are not the primary
    • conglomeration!) are all alike equally impracticable and
    • ever is possible! Or perhaps they would like to have it on a
    • talks, and the like, — or which bears the least odour
    • coming up like a smoke out of the broad masses?’ And
    • would like to make compromises, to the extent of being ready
    • all sorts of other matters. I should like just to bring back
    • bye-gone things like Syndicalism, has no real meaning any
    • case like this, — to bear in sight, that the Threefold idea,
    • effort; that it has spread itself like a cloak over the
    • And now I should like to direct your attention to something
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    • something like free decision at the root of human action, a not
    • something like a barrel organ. But basically, the whole of our
    • There is a further point I would like to mention. Not only must
    • would like to cite a critic of the spiritual scientific
    • but that they are not made of a transparent glasslike
    • this world of pictures within us, which is more likely to cut
    • wrong. And likewise wrong is the person who maintains that the
    • I have given here, I would nevertheless like to mention in
    • ordinary human being like anyone else. He naturally lives
    • conclusion today I would simply like to show how the problems
    • would like to close today's lecture by quoting, in a somewhat
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    • that happen in human life. I would like to characterize
    • of life we find a kind of life that is more like a society. And
    • but would like all the same to state what I think is the
    • would like to take as my starting point the fact that Karl
    • can get a rough idea of what it is like — the time is too
    • what it is like yourselves. Think of all the various other
    • ape-like humanity — this is a scientific superstition
    • question is: What is the constitution of the human soul like in
    • in conclusion I would like to give a few examples of
    • shall not hear judgments like those I quoted at the beginning
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    • like to bring to your notice one of the very first thinkers in
    • of my Occult Science. Today I would only like to
    • Something else is present. I would like to use an
    • the soul. And I would like to add a further illustration to
    • time. Likewise, before our time it would not have been possible
    • remains full of emotions and the like, which motivate it. These
    • nevertheless like to describe it as exactly as possible. It
    • since we have been able to think. It is rather like
    • depths of our will is felt just like such a living refutation.
    • begins like the pain of a refutation of our own soul life, that
    • come to understand why it appears like this in the form of
    • experience we are like a plant feeling how it gradually
    • their lives like human souls between a spiritual life between
    • say: I am in the human soul. The thought would not be like
    • something living. It is like the transition from the
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    • all kinds of occult and mystical endeavors are likely to spring
    • which I would like to call intellectual modesty.
    • came into the world in a dreamlike condition, and could only
    • is quite new to one — like an entirely new sense
    • before the soul's gaze like the ordinary pale thinking which is
    • limits, what I would like to call a time body, which is in
    • once, like a mighty picture of our life, and which contains
    • realize that this is like painting a flash of lightning of
    • drawn or painted of the etheric body would be like a flash of
    • by one's own decision with absolute clarity like a
    • able to achieve what I would like to call “an empty
    • others which I would like to call “exercises in serious
    • organism. We come to know the moon-like forces in their work
    • Finally, to mention a few other areas, I would like to point
    • alone. Like a great threat, there hangs over our entire
    • would like to sum up, as in a picture, what I have tried to
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    • to the question later. I would only like to add that Oskar
    • self-training we ask: What is this ego really like? Where is it
    • sleep. The reason we cannot imagine anything like an ego in us
    • is because the rest of our soul life is present and, like the
    • asleep and our ideas and images, even in waking life, are like
    • I would like to point out at the start that what we call the
    • significance in his inner life. It is like not being able
    • like a calm sea. They should then become active in the life of
    • resulting image is like a shadow of the original experience.
    • and body as a memory image is a shadow-like copy of what was
    • by peaceful immersion in ourselves; It is not like the way our
    • its vividness and then the shadowlike image is produced.
    • surprising thing, for it is not anything as shadowlike as the
    • this super-sensible body like a physical body, but we know that
    • quote a few examples — I would like to bring in the
    • in a certain formal structure like a magnetic force.
    • just like someone receiving a picture of a tree that he
    • like to point out how Eduard von Hartmann worked in this
    • course, only a philosopher can speak like that who is not at
    • and immature state, rather like a hope or promise.
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    • like this, employing, as it does, methods that are
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    • century. Artificially, as I might say, like plants in a
    • can say: They are like plants in a forcing house. What have
    • from which they originated? They are like plants raised in
    • nature. Not even so much likeness still remains between the
    • of their children; but then they like to fog themselves a
    • see many a black cross with red roses or something like
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    • Luciferic powers would like to bring it to pass that at a
    • would occur that after death they would be like the Earth,
    • behind like the Old Moon — to make it what I might call a
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    • should particularly like to speak of all that, as far as its
    • what I should like to pay today has of late often been
    • like him — who is theoretically in agreement with what is
    • like to proclaim this craving over and over again to men out
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    • as impulse at the present time. A statement for instance like
    • does much harm to what has to be brought about. I should like
    • because things are like this in the present transitionary
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    • like to speak about today will be best explained if I start
    • consciousness. And today I would like to devote the hour
    • other men who are likewise sitting in the train, changes his
    • want you to be clear in your minds that something like that
    • that his inner, mystical (if I like to use that term)
    • abstract like the Copernican-Newtonian world conception, but
    • the position to-day? Men are children; they act like children
    • inconvenient, but that is the reality. Men today like the
    • world conceptions. We must not close our eyes to facts like
    • will think of anything like the Threefold Social
  • Title: Man and Nature: Intellect in Man and Nature Bereft of the Gods
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  • Title: The Physical-Superphysical: Its Realisation Through Art
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    • had, in connection with art, in the way we like to relate
    • that things need not be like that in in life; it is right
    • same artistic perception I should like to say something more
    • appearance very unlike an ordinary man but reminding us of
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • is — like the inward striving after the vision, but here
    • sides being formed alike. But when this has been given
    • conceals within it what is striving to become like fire,
    • a process of the soul, is always, from one aspect, like a
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • something like seership in the functioning of their creative
    • senses. All impressions of colours, sounds and the like are
    • seership. Dervish customs and the like are not the expression
    • themselves into curves and the like through their own
    • like this to assume that a human being is standing in front
    • says that those who, like the artist, really want to reach
    • can be grasped of the Divine-Spiritual to-day, in like an
    • shall, like Morgenstern, be convinced that we must not remain
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • like men who investigate a grain of wheat from the point of view of
    • world to anything like the same extent. The people of ancient Egypt
    • very little transformation. The head would be exceedingly animal-like
    • led people to explain the presence of certain cork-like substances for
    • is like the grains of wheat which fall into the soil and decay—fulfilling
    • grows and spreads among humanity. Knowledge must not be like a grain
    • utilitarian purposes in the outer world—such knowledge is like
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    • these two lines of opposition are considered as being like
    • like a pendulum and by his own inner power able to find the
    • line of march, as it were, but life is never like this.
    • virtue, the like of which no subsequent philosophy has
    • thought. Thought proceeds from the brain somewhat like a thin
    • smoke, or it is something like the flame from a
    • you will like one thing and prefer it at meals, dislike
    • as a divine spiritual regulator which, like conscience, leads
    • the Christ-Ego — something which closes like a covering
    • enveloped by something which is like an etheric body which is
    • it like a physical body, formed through the deeds of
    • Christ-impulse. We see humanity in perspective like a great
    • impulses around it like a covering, they shall then lay the
    • formed something which is like a covering around a
    • which I should like to express my farewell greeting to you,
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    • dreamlike and imaginative in character, it was
    • but I should like to emphasize the fact very strongly that in
    • animal-like shape, stood above the animal; he possessed an
    • teachers. But like the present-day animal he was not concerned
    • still half-sleep. On the other hand the dreamlike pictures of
    • likewise in the soul life, and, therefore, they had to turn
    • Golgotha, and then in a spirit body, like the ancient teachers
    • perception. I should like to express in the following words
    • to you if, like ancient humanity, ye were not intensely
    • dreamlike knowledge. Today there exists a degeneration of what
    • childlike sort of teaching about the Mystery of Golgotha
    • an initiate like St. Paul: “And if Christ hath not been
    • In regard to this I should like to say as a consolation that
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    • individualities, who in this sense are like the rest of
    • taken that a personality — like Shem, for example —
    • something like a copy of Shem's etheric body. Now by what means
    • of a human being. What does it mean, then, that a man like
    • actually something like a direct knowledge
    • He described Him as something like a leader of a
    • the astral body of Jesus of Nazareth could now likewise be
    • Spirit Man gleams forth before our souls like a star toward
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • and, from this, everyday life likewise appears as though out of dreams.
    • of that which is seen as a much greater power of thought, like
    • could likewise place together in thoughts what has been
    • This appears chiefly to be like that which we confront
    • life on earth does not behave like an ordinary recollection,
    • but — like a sealing wax impression in a signet —
    • fullest deliberation, like the course of mathematical
    • will experience something like a deep pain of the soul. And the
    • I would like to say — so awakens as I have just indicated,
    • then we obtain our ego again, like a foreign being that —
    • dreamlike, even the will is asleep. For when we have decided
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • like clothing, so is special knowledge necessary for meeting
    • outlook must begin to pulsate like life-blood through our
    • age of seven, she was like a little wild animal. Then there
    • spiritual world like new life-blood and permeate our
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • Like others, he regards
    • childlike folklore or pretentiously declare them to be
    • like crystallized pain; pain transformed into its
    • doubtful morality. It is unlikely that one will find the
    • the body is not unlike a second person who, in relation to
    • truths, which to them seem like a string of words, it is not
    • those to be found in their environment. Like the plant, human
    • to expression in our blood. Likewise, all the results from an
    • deeper consciousness becomes submerged. Then, in a dreamlike
    • consciousness, more like a vivid dream. However, it was much
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture III: The Origin of Suffering
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    • encounters at the outset, like an enigmatic figure standing
    • appears like an unwelcome intruder; it destroys, in the midst
    • saying which hung like a dark cloud in the midst of the
    • substance where there is life is a white-of-egg-like
    • sensation, and to organs like the eye and ear. You may have
    • consciousness. Likewise, something higher is born from
    • ourselves to whatever extent for the sake of another. Like
    • stand constantly at our side, like a guardian of life, the
    • nobler ones. Sin is like a poison that when transformed
    • suffering knowledge is born, and also that pain, like much
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    • like ours. Earth evolution represents the cosmos of love; the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the astral body. Like the ether body, it becomes visible when
    • the physical and ether bodies and surrounds humans like a
    • with the whole earth; in like manner is the astral body
    • not the name that refers to what is god-like in each
    • free in all directions. Up to then an entity of like nature
    • have yellow, reddish colors. This may seem like a
    • kinds of songs were sung to the children, like the good old
    • do meaningless things like, for example, braiding. Talents
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture V: Illness and Death
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    • People who speak like that have no notion of the arrogance
    • A thinker like
    • example a thinker like Schopenhauer. Those who have read this
    • death. However, it must first be made clear that, unlike
    • easy manner; it cannot treat every subject alike. Today's
    • instruments — the senses. The eye functions like a
    • camera obscura, the ear like a complex musical instrument.
    • building up of the human organism. If you like, we might
    • Spiritual science is like the so-called poison which, when
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VII: Education and Spiritual Science
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    • naturally must have — seem to the child like a
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Throughout future times an essence, like a memory-picture,
    • delusions. These imprints are like scars from the wounds in
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture IX: Wisdom and Health
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    • understood if it is assimilated like a spiritual food, and
    • people who have no sense for music or paintings; likewise
    • already made this highly unlikely. If a person was able to
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • has resounded to mankind down the ages like a summons to
    • tableau of his whole past life. This tableau is like a
    • remains, which is like an extract or a summary of the past
    • seen with physical sight; it is like a center of energy that
    • Eventually what is not purified falls away like a kind of
    • and activity that flow like strong up-building forces through
    • family likeness. Traits and characteristics pointing to the
    • the change of teeth, features that show family likeness
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • leads those who are constituted like the people of ancient
    • thoughts are like will-o-the-wisps so that no distinction is
    • two books are not written like other books; no sentence can
    • organically from the preceding one, like growth occurs in an
    • organism. The thoughts must necessarily develop in like
    • the person's inner life. Likewise you recognize tears to be
    • many who make use of occult signs, even people like Eliphas
    • Levi. This can provide an idea of what the signs look like,
    • like human beings, had alone populated the earth, they would
    • of everything around us, it would prove to be like an extract
    • like a miniature recapitulation of what exists in the rest of
    • is within us is like a copy of the great archetype that
    • and likewise for the animals. Those animals that wandered
    • from merely indulging in phrases like: “Being in
    • in tune with the infinite and the like.
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    • people, educated and uneducated alike, speak of mysticism as
    • Unlike many
    • likewise. Consequently, rhythm became a separate experience,
    • Characters like Siegfried and Lohengrin do not display
    • a dreamlike consciousness, full of premonition, all this is
    • like Lohengrin must be presented in light of its
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XIII: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • spiritual scientific explanations is in effect like saying:
    • substances that surround us; likewise our inner being comes
    • lives in the deepest recess of the human soul godlike. Human
    • that says: I look up to a godlike ideal of man, the seed of
    • of color when successfully operated upon; likewise a person
    • likewise must a certain method be adopted if one is to
    • without guidance; that would be like wishing to become a
    • external world he was like someone asleep. However, what was
    • physical light; it appears like a sea of spirituality out of
    • godlike within human beings must speak. It begins to speak in
    • bladder-like organ. The human being could receive a soul only
    • the name Jehovah, we find that it means something like
  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • those who – like the hard ground in the Gospel parable –
    • I would like to give a simple example from which you can see that the
    • would like that this simple truth be understood as being in agreement
    • applicable. You will see though, if something like this should come
    • be like a living tree. Never should what it is to become be
    • the beginning it is a question of the people who want something like
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    • The ancient Oriental entered into his dream-like thinking more from the
    • dream-like way. If the Yogi had sought for himself in the world as the
    • Western man must do, he would have led his dream-like thinking into
    • life of the West come to existence. A complete human being like Goethe
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    • This life of thought was not like ours, which makes us (please
    • have often explained this, and now I would like to put it
    • why men like so much to study the ways of primitive man,
    • things and look like something which the eyes can see, so a
  • Title: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • they did not look like men of to-day; these high
    • worlds the souls were connected like drops of water in a
    • Consequently mankind must appear to him like beings who walk
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    • approach of New Year's Eve may therefore appear to us like the
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture I
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    • effectiveness. Now, I would like to start with something concrete. What
    • in the human organism the etheric body — I would like to say —
    • this wants to go. There is always a tendency like that taking place,
    • marvelous memory. Like an automaton, you can always repeat everything
    • like a parakeet) the matter right away. There are such people,
    • call forth a sort of mineral salt-like formation. But it is good when
    • hit into each other. Imagine these two rhythms were alike, then we would
    • cramp-like conditions. When the astral forces vibrate too fast through
    • too fast and do not approach slowly enough, the cramp-like phenomena
    • I would like to say:: every current of the astral force seizes always
    • cramp-like conditions come about as can especially appear in children's
    • wave-like. You can see it at the plastic forms there,
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    • about man himself in his constitution. I would like to do this today
    • I would like to say — and through further digestion all that what
    • the possibility stays with us to be earthlike (flesh-like) beings here
    • connected with the head-sense-system, which, so to say, is like a ceiling
    • the rounding off, the crystalising activity — I would like to
    • Now, take an organ like
    • But one must not talk of abstract cloudlike changes of civilization
    • that has been written by poets like Wolfram von Eschenbach, Hartman
    • kidney. The activity of the kidney had developed into something like
    • history of the world. One can say: leading individualities, like those
    • for something like that. One must not say: that is only the lower sensual
    • are many people like — that today. They sit on their chairs, really
    • like a living, but large cell-like being, that stays in continuous,
  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • several earlier contemplations, that I do not like the phrase: “We
    • — if only out of dreamlike knowing — it was always said:
    • to a renewal of the old dreamlike wisdom. I often have said that this
    • the right way. I would like to make clear, with the help of an example,
    • I would like to make that
    • takes hold of man. One saw something like a struggle between life and
    • skin seemed to become somewhat dry. He even sensed something like his
    • like another book, then you will know only the match. But if you want to
    • like fire!
    • does not look like clairvoyance;
    • that is like saying the match does not look like fire. Yet it will look
    • like fire if you will but strike the match. And if it does not work
    • If you have read it like another
    • to a diagnosis in such a way that he likes best to trace down the contours
    • At best something like an inkling appears in the contrasting attitude
    • between the old people and youth today, like an inkling of the new light:
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • view and would have to accept the fact that we are like cogs in
    • would just like to ask in anticipation, “How is such a
    • number I can put double the number, like this:
    • sense world — if we happen not to be just like that
    • would like to give you an example of how things stood in regard
    • marvel. At first sight it looks like a sort of sundial, but it
    • prevent any other town from having one like it. So he had the
    • You can find a sensitive construction like this in many of the
    • solving a question like this by starting with the thought
    • have noticed something like the following either in yourself or
    • better than that!” Well, all one can say to people like
    • not merely generalize like pantheists do and stop short at the
    • Today I would just like to add a few words about the following.
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    • would like today to go on to show the serious nature of the
    • not allow anything like it to be made in any other town. So he
    • would like to deal with all natural phenomena in the same
    • Goethe's time have been like if all these things had been
    • there. But if we express it like that, we are naming a
    • things like that. He has seen something quite different
    • hatred of the rich. And when a person like that saw the clock,
    • what I have said that we should always behave like that
    • boy for having been lazy. There are obviously cases like this
    • I would just like to read you this man's opinion, so that
    • are people from whom bad verse flows like water, but this
    • like it and develop more and more feelings of sympathy towards
    • nose if we do not like what we see in the mirror.
    • a certain way it is like this: Some people drag
    • the planet did not look like the earth does now but entirely
    • will see that then everything was still of a thought like
    • necessity, and not dense matter like outer nature because we
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    • they will be like next year. Only time will tell.”
    • I have seen what my pupils' capacities are like. I will try to
    • month. And it went on like this throughout the year. Then came
    • the pupils are like, then I can form my schedule from week to
    • headmasters like the second one I chose as a hypothetical
    • hypothetical to assume a headmaster like that. Therefore he was
    • dismissed very soon, and another one more like the inspector
    • person like this third teacher.
    • he did not feel like explaining this to him. But afterwards he
    • things that happened were necessary, and had to happen like
    • about it when we would like to have been better than we
    • clinging to the past, like Lucifer does, who, on a spiritual
    • sound like prophets to me. If I were a god, I would of course
    • only create light if I knew beforehand what light was like, and
    • lines of what comes first and what comes later. I would like to
    • “Because this thing is like this, then the other must be
    • like that.” But if we apply this to every process, we
    • following might happen. Seen externally it looks like this. Two
    • conclusion, I want to give you something like an illustration
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture IV: The Roman World and the Teutonic Tribes
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    • would like first of all to remind you of something I mentioned
    • different. If we really flew off somewhere like the ball that
    • uneasiness arises from egotism. One would have liked to have
    • eat, or would like something for some other reason than
    • awareness of cases like the one in which his consciousness was
    • would really like to have done the deed differently, you are
    • direction. Eyes like that have a peculiar kind of inaccurate
    • is like this: Let us look again at a figure such as Goethe, who
    • like the kind of thing that came down from the spiritual world
    • the consciousness of the angels like?
    • says, “It has to look like this.” That is not in
    • the least implied. He will not know what it looks like until it
    • like this today and like that tomorrow for such and such to
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • coming in feels like hitting our hand against a solid object,
    • our body. This impact is just like looking into the mirror and
    • though, people did not look into a person's eyes like we do
    • also like this with other things.
    • like this for a short while.
    • feels like a somnambulist. He is dreaming and if someone shouts
    • spiritual science, he falls down just like a somnambulist who
    • the ultimate conclusion. I would like to read you a few more
    • good to others, and they also are like that by nature.”
    • say, what has to be aimed for in an age like this is that a
    • this is a fitting image — like wine does when a person is
    • would like to provide impulses, but these must not be examined
    • strange way, like people who have been drunk and have not quite
    • dream logic. When people say things like this, I usually give
    • opinion “This portrait is very like the person,”
    • same. The likeness is due to the fact that the portrait agrees
    • the likeness? Why does he say the picture is like the model?
    • like him, thirty years later, because it does not agree with
    • likeness depend on the external reality being there? Clear
    • does not change from being like him to being unlike him!
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    • hand with the other, the like with like, that the conception
    • Whoever likes
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    • profession of speech, by beautiful verse and the like. It is
    • really lies like an outer layer on the surface of speech. A
    • life. For by that means this subconscious soul like is
    • like being with nature, they are able to appreciate nature
    • chiefly through language or the like. And here, where I have
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • grips with them — like the famous Chinaman who wanting to turn round
    • Thus, for example, in this connection, a book like the three volume
    • are heavenly bodies like the others and move in accordance with laws
    • like other heavenly bodies. As in face of existing facts it could no
    • events and does not live merely in abstractions like modern science, which
    • life will increasingly wish to live like beasts of the field, simply
    • their soul tells them: you are becoming more and more like an animal
    • backward, but like this (see diagram); an advance
    • Mephistopheles would like to attain this in man — or he must accept
    • not. I should like to ask you, in the first place, whether among the
    • (see R. 40) — And Spiritual Science, my deer friends, would like to
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    • telling you here the average—I should not like to say opinion
    • the doctrines of the Church Fathers; I should like, however, to draw
    • outwardly well-reputed also by Rome, says about a matter like the vision
    • for having spoken, for example, of the life of soul as being like a
    • of the divine-spiritual like a drop in the ocean that is of the same
    • people like John of the Cross, people such as John of the Cross are
    • most masonic societies would like to be as old as possible! Where possible,
    • For, externally, existence becomes ever more like a mask, and elmsys
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • of cognition, he will always experience something like fear. But you
    • like the smell of a corpse; there is a corpse-like smell which characterises
    • it now is, we actually have to do with semblance alone. For the corpse-like
    • are veiled. The corpse-like smell finds, if I may say so, too dull a
    • the power to go around, to move about at will like the animals—now
    • but if these beings were able to move at will like the animals, or were
    • there wandering round our earth animals that on dying left plantlike
    • very like a ghost! Were it really what is presented by my eyes I should
    • saying: man perceives the real ego like a hole in life's events. You
    • something like an embryo of the complete being. That also must be so.
    • is, look upon being born as an event in your life like—shall we
    • could not really flourish, would half die and thus create the corpse-like
    • may say. Those prophetic natures like the Hebrew prophets to whom such
    • thoughts dictated by nature, for what they like best is merely to make
    • of knowledge of the higher worlds. Well, and even modern socialism likes
    • simple reason that they would like to read it as any other book is read.
    • do any reading they go in for just like that. Don't delude yourselves
    • Spiritual Activity cannot be read just like that. There you have
    • The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity just like any other book
    • of which they would like the thread to be continually broken. When you
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • of the spiritual world actually look like when this world is entered
    • and they would like to get round this need for sound human understanding
    • it so near complete disaster, that he is left with a feeling like someone
    • of experience where you have experiences like that of the soul when
    • by having his finger burnt. On that account I say like the
    • wilfully burnt your finger just to find out what it was like. Added
    • it is like to burn your finger. Us, there is indeed a psychological
    • his ilk, Schmoller or Reacher or anyone else you like, and ask yourself
    • on the one hand, if you dislike someone, to mete out so-called justice
    • I should like to mention. You see, the fact that the European, although
    • I should like to refer to
    • I have already mentioned to you once and should like to mention it again.
    • what was wanted was the name of the medium or medium-like person responsible
    • We should like to go on
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • Golgotha. These cannot indeed be taken like the historical accounts
    • like to clear away—the Christ was put to death. The most guiltless
    • But this evolution is not like that; another evolution lies at the basis
    • boy, still stood like a pagan before nature, and lived again all that
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    • directed to external nature. We can put it like this—anyone only
    • as countries of the Magyars, men from the Rhine were moved in—like
    • the Siebenburg Saxons, men from further west, like the Germans of Zips,
    • men out of modern Swabia, like the Germans of Bana. All this is the
    • unsound, how much in it is like the figure of Mephistopheles itself.
    • eighteenth century, compare words sounding like prayers to Isis in ancient
    • non-Christian Goethe who, like Christ Himself, did not ask for the constant
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    • These revelations become absorbed just like facts on the
    • our physical world just like a sponge is penetrated by water.
    • would like to indicate something to you, namely, how the astral
    • looking snakelike protuberances, distinguishable in colouring
    • personality, this group soul, just like meeting a person.
    • Likewise the human body may be considered — how the etheric and
    • deprivation like in those who have died, but also the feeling
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    • and such-like. I wish to restrict myself to the discussion
    • suchlike. In this scene, considered as dramatic, artistic and
    • understood like a mechanism. No Homunculus bulges forth out of
  • Title: What is Self-knowledge?
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    • one is like this, or like that, need to be recognised. This can
    • human, regarding what I would like to say now. In
    • astral aura, which is visible to the clairvoyant like an oval
    • Higher Worlds look like, how it approaches behind the sense
    • moral principal. It is actually like this, with anthroposophic
    • thinking, a self-evident requirement: just like an oven warms a
    • and supersensible-world knowledge. Like plants tap into the
    • it is inherent in things — just like you notice, when you
    • pantheistic sense but like a drop of similar substance and
    • because we are part of our earth like a finger is part of the
    • give, like us, the illusion that it is an independent organism.
    • the anthroposophic spiritual stream. Various things haunt like
    • point of view because all observations are like images
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    • between the lectures now being given, I should like to-day to bring
    • artistic forms and figures. Once again, I should like to repeat what
    • or such-like, they do not turn their minds to the conception of the
    • I should like to draw your
    • same principle — like that same principle which causes the cheek
    • consists, and here you can see it carried out. And I should like to
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture II: Bau Lecture II
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    • so that like balances like here one is concerned with the growth of
    • I should like very specially
    • apparently more complicated but something like this (see drawing 4th
    • organs like the sword appendix; the fan of lower organic beings which
    • if; like the continuation of the blood vessels in the eye.
    • Society. They would like to pour out rest over everything and this is
    • do not need to be foreseen at all but seem like a kind of crux of the
    • organism, or, if you like it better, the human larynx and its neighbouring
    • only like a musical score. Thus you will see that. these glass windows
    • of the whole universe The Building itself may be likened to a bit of
  • Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
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    • of God, an Apollo-like form, as the inspirer. That which, through inspiration,
    • form, which is inspired just like this one, in the neighbourhood of
    • which is young and childlike, in order to bear all that which one experiences
    • earlier source of inspiration. Hence this angel-like form which here
    • the Being which inspires is no longer to be conceived of in human likeness.
    • In our attempt to show form we come to figures which are no longer human-like
    • an angel-like Being born wholly out of the colour of the clouds. This
    • like to point out — is very difficult for the paint-brush or chisel
    • to-day what we have up to the present in pictures. I should like to
    • voluptuousness. I should like to know how anyone can be so without heart,
    • the great interests of humanity. But how many people think like this?
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture I: The Problem of Faust
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    • should like to link on what I am about to say to the
    • magic like the Faust of the sixteenth century. But he is
    • likewise able to produce them. Thus, in olden days, the art
    • would have been like if the ancient wisdom had persisted. But
    • And now the crowd's applause rings in my ears like
    • satisfied like Wagner his famulus. Wagner contents himself
    • Wagner: “A Poodle who like any other poodle
    • Wagner wisdom! Just like that wisdom quoted over and over
    • something more definite and solid. Faust has learnt like a
    • eighteenth century, from which I should like to read you a
    • warlike Mars but by birth is a child of ancient Saturn,
    • It is like a veiled nun, this wisdom of ancient days. This is
    • lies hidden. The two like poles must meet each other. And as
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture II: The Romantic Walpurgis-Night
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    • like, my dear friends, to make a few remarks about the
    • like your here to set against against this, something purely
    • not recommended to those who, like Franz in Hermann Barr's
    • Echo, too, like tales once told in
    • Blown up like transparent bubbles.
    • She had eyes like moons!”
    • dead who, in like manner, have remained so very much behind,
    • to be taken to the witches as a soul; but when a man like
    • something like that in this sort of assembly, that they fall
    • very low — so that Mephistopheles would like to promote
    • see Lilith appear. But Mephistopheles would like to go still
    • directed it, for men were like that in the 18th century, they
    • like the ‘Proktophantasmist’. (You can look this
    • My mastery alike o'er devils and poet.”
    • My mastery alike o'er devils and poet.”
    • as you like, my dear friends, the connections of the
    • Like
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture III: Goethe's Feeling for the Concrete.
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    • varied experience, Goethe foreshadowed much that like a seed
    • like Fichte, actually fought his way — as I have often
    • mind of men like Fichte, Schelling, Hegel, when I'm talking
    • Not likely to regain their reason.”
    • who imperturbably swings like a pendulum between the
    • should like to keep to what is good and to flee from Lucifer
    • because Goethe does not like these notions that he sometimes
    • sympathy. And he makes Mephistopheles speak not merely like a
    • kind of understanding, a kind of intellectuality like human
    • perhaps have run like this:
    • Belike I'll find the dot upon the i.”
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • going to speak about this evening I should like to link on to
    • into regions, into kingdoms, that Goethe thought to be like
    • continual movement like petrified forms.
    • That strikes me always like a shock!”
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    • in him like a kind of illness. But this was essentially due
    • like any other poet. Goethe is one who created out of
    • historic process. And I should like to ask: Where else is it
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VII: Some Spiritual-Scientific Observations
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    • go on to ask what man would be like in the course of his
    • is quite unlike the world we see today during our waking hours
    • but it is not so unlike those worlds from which the present one
    • opposite pole to water-air, and some being like the Seismos
    • come later — like the bees, the hive of bees; they are
    • Homunculus will not plunge. He would like to take the step
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Science Considered with the Classical Walpurgis-Night
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    • theories about dreams that maintain something like the
    • today dreams are wishes fulfilled in phantasy. I should like
    • of the senses. This experience runs its course like a
    • or if you like, subsensible world, without knowledge of
    • like the comets, for example, really belonged by nature to a
    • Anaxagoras meets with Homunculus' request, he would like to
    • like Goethe's Faust has to be taken in its true
    • like the Greeks, who stood in such close relation to the
    • imagine, my dear friends, that anyone like Goethe, who has a
    • world-order, but have to disperse like mist when the earth
    • like, my dear friends, what Goethe began to be continued; but
    • for they like to take things superficially. But the universe
    • pious ejaculation, like Nietzsche's, in his
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • add something here to all that has been said. I should like,
    • this is a matter of general knowledge I should like today to
    • not concern him merely to invent hypotheses like the wave
    • chart the acoustics of particular interest, that, like his
    • perceived that, when he formed concepts like those of Newton,
    • outlook must be just like that. And as there is nothing wrong
    • spiritual can be quite parable to him. For I should like to
    • the modern natural scientist behaves like someone who
    • be caused by our lack of interest, like the fish bereftaf its
    • depressingly like those of rulers and cabinet ministers.”
    • but subconscious impulse that something like a new world
    • in the most wonderful way; could it not be like this in
    • that did nothing to help. Correct thinking would run like
    • For that reason I should like in this lecture to enlarge upon
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • to the open sea. The Greeks, like all ancient peoples, still
    • poetical works were not like those of lesser poets; he wrote
    • movement like Spiritual Science from very different motives.
    • question: Is it like?—Often indeed one hears the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • Faust that had just been performed, and I should like
    • differently. He will behave like a man who, asleep at night
    • not wholly grasp. It was like a dream that not only
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • like you to think that in what has been said I have been
    • much as he liked, provided he repented and did due penance
    • almost like a set of cardboard boxes fitting into one
    • science. For things are not like that. Just think how
    • It is like a drawing together of all the life-forces, so that
    • coming out of another. In reality the matter is like this.
    • and most bloody conflict. That is rhythm, a wave-like rise
    • like, on the one hand, to avoid the sentimentality of the
    • are shown how what is morally impermissible live in man like
    • of life, flowing like the waves of the sea, that they should
    • as it avoids the other crags of a phantom-like conception of
  • Title: Anthroposophy as a Demand of the Times
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    • out of obscure feelings and such like. Particularly the
    • would like to call it — fact, and that which flows to it
    • would like to speak to you today. But I do not want to speak to
    • like an outer object. But when we have our own heart beat in
    • ourselves, that looks like the picture of an outer object. We
    • likewise the other side of dream can be imitated. We take
    • something like the laws of nature but — you are already
    • filled with that which surfaces like a remembrance, but of a
    • which one sees in the described way like a great but concrete
    • the like. One can understand it when one dedicates oneself to
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • the Christ, descended into the physical world - not like Osiris
    • to the astral plane, but like Christ, who came right down to
    • a symbol, just like in the ancient Indian epoch they dared
    • worship a god in a sensory-supersensory image, just like in the
    • his father and grand-father. Common blood felt like a common
    • we have understood, how the divine works medicinally, like a
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    • thoughts are unimportant in our life of feeling. It's like
    • speak to us, when they want to tell humankind something like
    • some or other object, like a flower, as yellow, but as it were
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • materialists and theosophists alike. And yet there seems to me
    • “matter” became popular by-words, while men like
    • by the contours of his skull what brain he is likely to have
    • descent of man. It is obvious that in a single lecture like the
    • relationship of man with the higher mammals, with the man-like
    • draw the conclusion that man is descended from the ape-like
    • tree not altogether unlike Haeckel's. Haeckel, however,
    • “Were the eye not sun-like — how could we see the sun?
    • Were God's own power not within us, the God-like vision —
    • that each one sees God's image after his own likeness. The
    • (“Thou'rt like the Spirit which thou comprehendest, Not
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • they had been like people of the present time with the only
    • arise out of another like an automaton. We cannot follow, we do
    • person like Averroes, that which proceeded from him, dissolving
    • after his death like a kind of ghost in the Sublunary Sphere,
    • there, — would like to convince man that a universal life
    • universality. The former stream is more like a vague intangible
    • is like a sacrilege, but we cannot help ourselves!
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • like, by way of introduction, to speak of a certain interesting
    • of which the Vedas, the wonderful Vedanta philosophy and the like are
    • is, after all, rather like a hard nutshell — a dying nutshell.
    • the hearts of Asiatics. People may talk as much as they like about
    • alone can set the feet of humanity on the path of ascent. People like
    • the like, reducing these observations to rules of calculation, and we
    • our Earth is placed like a wheel. Fantastic notions are evolved about
    • is rather like a tiny mole-hill in the universe. There is also a
    • a theme like this — which has been dealt with from so many angles
    • consciousness — like the stomach. Man owes the consciousness of
    • earthly life, are liken to heaven, related to more distant planetary
    • like. He must learn to relate both his life and his form to the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • operating. We have this child-like life continually within us; but
    • into this child-like life, the life that is involved in a gradual
    • consciousness. He invents molecules, atoms and the like, and believes
    • senses, and the senses pass away with the body. In like manner, the
    • impulses he develops an over-fervid, organic, animal-like love for
    • abstraction which, like a corpse of the soul is present in the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • countries like these in the North, this is in a way understandable.
    • Everything was compressed into a few short years. Events like those of
    • disappear. A writer like Origen who wants to introduce something of
    • childlike peoples of the North. This condition which was still present
    • Let me put it like this — A special gift in connection with the
    • That is the thought I should like to leave with you. Those who feel
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • day he stood at the edge of an abyss and in his soul, like a
    • which had formed itself within him. But Fichte was not a teacher like any
    • a lecture like another lecture, a doctrine like another doctrine. No;
    • concerning the world mysteries should come to life likewise
    • by Goethe as a piece of audacity; and I should like to remind you
    • to illustrate this I should like to read out a passage from Fichte's
    • one generation succeed another like links in a chain. Even the best
    • skilful in making smooth gestures, but quite likely,
    • as then published by Fichte, dry and unlike Goethe, or that Goethe
    • conception of a University was like. And what was his idea? In this
    • was unlikely to make any impression on idlers or superficial people,
    • and indeed in Fichte's other writings; but that, as I should like to
    • These words are Fichte's own, and they run like a leitmotiv through
    • the requisite sense, like the man who knows:
    • presence, as I would put it, like that of a legendary hero, a hero
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival In The Changing Course Of Time
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    • It is hardly possible to experience that magic which like a gentle
    • which permeated humanity like a gentle spiritual breeze during those
    • like this: “Into deepest night-enveloped darkness has the
    • their souls. Grotesque, comedy-like presentations of sacred scenes,
    • carry a star, attached to a scissor-like device, so that he could
    • thing, which had spread through centuries like a magic breath of air
    • We must try to place something like this before our souls. As seekers
    • Do you recognize in this custom something like a last echo of the kind
    • schooling. Likewise, an awareness prevailed here that the whole human
    • mood brought about something like this, brought about that devotion
    • self-evident. And likewise a certain understanding was present of this
    • most sacred mood, like a mystery, has become merely external poetry,
    • the soul. Certainly we may like to immerse ourselves in what past
    • I would still like to give you some idea how people felt their
    • Like fritters in a frying pan,
    • happen in former times in a much more childlike mood, then we may
    • condensed on Christmas eve into very warm feelings, which glow like a
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • wrestling spirit of man such as are given us in some great work like
    • something like a breath of the ancient clairvoyance humanity
    • it sprang. Nevertheless, this lofty song of the Divine struck like a
    • teachings emerge amid the battle like a cloud of spiritual light
    • appears almost like a justification of these human conflicts. If we bring
    • I should like first to
    • Arjuna stands there like a human soul to whom the earthly side of
    • understand a nature like that of Krishna or Arjuna. Arjuna is a man,
    • Now I would like to place another picture before you, one not less
    • just said.” I know too that those who speak like this do not
    • How the God confronts him like an all-embracing cosmic egoist,
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    • body must not suffer a like upheaval. That is the essential thing. We
    • Let us admit that at once. (Here I should like to remark, especially
    • time Krishna revealed it. Souls like Arjuna did indeed feel that
    • were — well, like the chickens! We must realize that at the
    • feeling the infinite void spread around you like a dark abyss. Now
    • sprouting forth of something plant-like at the time of going to
    • how this plant-like life shrinks together again and becomes the
    • earth. In effect he feels something summer-like in going to sleep and
    • something winter-like in waking up — not as one might imagine,
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    • already of like nature to clairvoyant perception. Now we have
    • what has appeared to him, emerging like the recollection of a dream
    • something like the memory of a dream arises in our consciousness but
    • realize that our everyday consciousness itself seems like a dream
    • it like a coward, would not have chosen the compensating necessity.
    • life with all its sympathies and antipathies is like a dream. There
    • experiences like the inner soul experiences of Arjuna, enters the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • comparisons have been made to illustrate this fact. I would like to
    • acquire, a man like Arjuna had, simply because he lived in the
    • man has of his physical environment something now enters that is like
    • permeated and transfused with something not unlike the cloud-forms
    • up there what meets us like floating forms is nothing else than the
    • same effect as suffocation on the physical plane. But like a polar
    • because he lacks the air-light. Instead, like a thirsty being, he
    • usual human processes, are exactly like the condition of sleep, but
    • like now to give you an idea of how one's consciousness in this realm
    • of his knowledge, of his perceptions, in that realm, but truths like
    • at the things there unveiled, like the objective things of the outer
    • truth like the history of the two Jesus children. Just when one feels
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • sounds rather like a silly epigram it does represent the nature of
    • which holds for people both blind and deaf, like the famous Helen
    • instance. It is curious to observe things like this on the broad
    • Newton's time to find everywhere words like “attraction”
    • thought.” Their thoughts rose up like living dreams. Nor did
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • like to approach such spiritual creations from the ideal or
    • that appear as forms of light. One finds that he hears sounds like
    • preconceived ideas, he is wanting a spiritual world just like the
    • mighty Krishna will be like wonderful music echoing and re-echoing in
    • is without form or likeness. This is what happens at the beginning of
    • infinite in realms of space. Great are Thine eyes like to the Moon;
    • yea, like to the Sun itself. And what streams forth from Thy mouth is
    • I see Thee, and mouth like to vast-flaming eyes. My soul trembles.
    • unto me. I see within Thine awful form, like unto fire itself. I see
    • brother-blood is pitted against its like. We know that what Krishna
    • shone into the future like many, many rays from a single star. Every
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    • clairvoyant during sleep; that is, when in a condition otherwise like
    • sensitive to these things feels something like a gentle breath of God
    • of the child are those of the grown-up person, but in childlike form.
    • activity. What raises us above humanity holds sway like a pure,
    • human creative forces, something like a brother- or sister-soul; a
    • never came down in bodily form. It did not strive like ordinary human
    • like this still more.
    • partakers in the whole of human evolution. It will be for us like a
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • one anecdote that like many others reveals a deep truth — how a
    • even to its contemporaries. Here is something to which I would like
    • thinkers would like to make these ideas their own.
    • touch with spiritual creations like those of Solovieff, Hegel, and
    • to those Western people who in childlike unconsciousness look to the
    • dreamlike, picture consciousness, by no means the same as it was in
    • dream-like, came to men. It was the state closed to us today during
    • today right at hand, even if only by men like those we have named.
    • something like trying to read a book in a language that is not
    • the same for man and animal. Simply to define sleep would be like
    • and the like — represents a condition of rajas; that brought
    • use a word like “light” in place of the word sattwa.
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    • only so far as what we may call the ghost-like, which in its
    • that he wears them like a garment, while in his real self he grows
    • but are cast out into the world like an endlessly, aimlessly
    • concepts and ideas, but pictures like those of our dreams today. Thus
    • the lowest region of soul-life was a picture-like consciousness, and
    • enter into Brahma would be a senseless anachronism. It would be like
    • configuration of things, casting off the whole of outer life like a
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    • IN THESE lectures I should like to bring before you a picture of the
    • or even something soft like water or air — in short, the feeling
    • impression on him, nothing like that remains. Either he is something
    • worlds are like between death and a new birth, and in how far it has
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    • plane, and a purely moral happening, which likewise exists on the
    • spoke yesterday, one must accustom oneself to judge events in like
    • subject, but we cannot say of it that, like a crystallisation, or like
    • feel differently towards the plant world which spreads itself like a
    • we know that they cannot go to sleep as they like, owing to their
    • certain time, we feel as if there were something of a plant-like
    • I am like a Sun to the physical and etheric bodies.” A Sun to the
    • the moment when the seer feels himself isolated and as though sun-like
    • or star-like in relation to his own etheric and physical bodies, he no
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    • that you are not able to experience.” And he would like to
    • worlds, would finally bring about something like despair in his soul.
    • first, though not permanently. Something like a remembrance may arise
    • Moon-existence, who work down out of the Cosmos in order likewise to
    • towards you a force like unto spiritual cosmic Warmth, one that
    • time it gives birth to something like another being projected from it.
    • expressed. these experiences otherwise than by saying something like
    • matters, what the experiences were like in the Mysteries of
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    • monsters, giants and the like. Everything that the Sentient Soul was
    • which flows through them like streams or strands running in various
    • really is something like a piece of dead substance in the human body.
    • other forces which have remained there to this present time like an
    • and one would like to forget everything one knows from biographies of
    • Mysteries, which are an after-effect of the Grail Mystery. But, unlike
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • ad infinitum. But we live in cities that are like deafening factories
    • and would fain be proved by argument, would like to have its own wings
    • certain Greek myths like that of the rape of Helen and again in the
    • Theosophy? A knowledge of God which blossoms like a flower in the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture II: The Mission of Manicheism
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    • like that of steam in an engine. Steam comprises in a small area a
    • Systems like that of
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    • Her whole surface was one mass of peat-like ‘turf’ with
    • the Earth. It is parasitic because it has not learned, like other
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture IV: Involution and Evolution
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    • moved through the semi-fluid, semi-gaseous element like a fish,
    • act as ferments for subsequent development; they are like the yeast
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • it merely as a piece of iron shaped like a horse-shoe? No, indeed. But
    • physical body. It is an ovoid and extends beyond the body like a
    • leaves an indelible trace which is, furthermore, impressed like a seal
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VI: Yoga In East and West (conclusion)
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    • and breathed through gills like fish. Sacred literature indicates the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture VIII: The Christian Mystery
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    • impression it makes is wholly unlike that made by outer light. The
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture X: The Astral World (continued)
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    • awakened in him and to enable them to see likewise.
    • is a cloud-like, ovoid form, permeating and enveloping man. We can
    • side and the right hand. Man will give birth to his like by the force
    • of the word; his word will mould ethereal bodies like his own.
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    • etheric body, like that of the physical body, is not conserved. The
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    • body itself seems like a hollow, empty mould. It is a vision where
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIII: The Logos and the Word
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    • but through organs more like gills.
    • enveloped man like a cloud) subsequently penetrated into the physical
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XIV: The Logos and Man
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    • correctly that the spirit of the minerals is like a man who might live
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XV: The Evolution of Planets and Earth
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    • of physical organs, equally delicate and complicated. The ear is like
    • able to reproduce his like by an act of conscious will, he will
    • The one great Messenger, He alone Who manifested in a human body like
    • surface was not hard like the mineral — indeed it was liken to
    • with a dreamlike, imaginative consciousness. We can envisage the kind
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVI: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Human Will
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    • he would become on the ancient sun; he simply vibrated like a tone in
    • layer which in fact is only like a thin skin at the surface of the
    • formed like a skin around the living being of the earth. It is only a
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture XVII: Redemption and Liberation
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    • of the Earth. The first group grew more like the animals. The beings
    • like a balance sheet, an exact statement of debit and credit. By every
    • not admit the possibility of an act of freedom are like a business man
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    • all humanity. Having become like unto Christ, men will gather around
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • has received. It is something like this — I will
    • someone can be next to us, we can see what he looks like, but
    • could live as long as one liked in the physical world; if one
    • Gospel is written should not read it like any other book. The
    • like a process of tearing apart when the astral body leaves
    • like this: It is as though we were leaving the temple of the
    • fetters. Had John remained like them he would have continued
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    • is like that of a workman to his machine, but with the
    • like a piece of wood. He no longer connects his ego with his
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    • like a report of outer events, or an historical account, but
    • like to describe the seven stages of initiation as they were
    • also like to draw your attention to the conversation with
    • expect it to live there. Likewise for the higher world, one
    • finish learning. Sometimes when one hears an explanation like
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • were like a stone, with only a physical body, none of this would be
    • development of what is dormant in every human being. It is rather like
    • reddish-blue light like a phantom, but with radiance a little darker
    • intense passion flashing like rays of lightning out of the astral body.
    • appears in perpetual movement except for one small space, shaped like
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • or seven hours; or it will come, as the Bible says, “like a thief
    • basis. To preach morality is like preaching to a stove about its duty
    • is a bad man or that I don't like him, then for anyone who can
    • see into the astral world the thought is like an arrow or thunderbolt
    • but the colours float freely, like flames, and are not always associated
    • move freely in space; they flicker like a sea of colours, with varying
    • that has life flows over the Earth like water. Here the minerals cannot
    • can be seen very well. Life circulates in Devachan like blood in the
    • are like solid foundations, the Continents, of Devachan. Everything
    • a battle appears like a great thunderstorm, fiery flashes of lightning,
    • to him like the heavy clouds and lightning-flashes of a thunderstorm.
    • looks like a hollow globe encircled by stars, so it is with this boundary
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • the physical body, surrounds it like a cloud and fades away as you go
    • hover above the physical body, inactive, like a passive image; it works
    • entire life appears before his soul in a moment, like a great tableau.
    • Something like this can happen during life, in rare moments of great
    • body hanging like a pair of bags or sacks on either side of the head.
    • all this after death? The soul is like a wanderer in the desert, suffering
    • of reincarnation is like a red rag to a bull; there is nothing he would
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    • harvest of the last life remains like a concentrated essence of forces
    • what he was like before the experiences of his last life and what he
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • like a vast tableau, a man is under an obligation to create the image
    • forms of man, animal and plant, flows freely like the waters of the
    • but appear on the astral plane as beings like himself. Among them are
    • on strings like marionettes. Plants also have group-souls of this kind,
    • memory of a man's past life appears like a tableau before his soul, so is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • changing ideas is somewhat like the relation of the hour-hand of a clock
    • of this type does not like to display his toys; he is afraid something
    • will be taken away from him and would like to keep everything under
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • civilisation which was at one time universal. But how does a man like
    • fantastic-looking creatures, unlike the fishes of today. Then again
    • of the task is that these evil races will not be like bad children in
    • victim. This experience imprints itself like a seal on his astral body.
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    • have perceived him. The human form was like a kind of auric egg, and
    • like a small pear and as though made of oyster-shells. Saturn was permeated
    • like our present-day mineral kingdom would be quite wrong. On Saturn
    • shell-like structures as hovering forms; the finer substances he retained
    • of light-ether; man was still plant-like, his head directed towards
    • crust, had something like a living and inwardly growing peaty mass.
    • kingdom of the time was not like any animal of today; he was halfway
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • was present — millions of shell-like forms. These were the human
    • spirit-atmosphere was, like our present atmosphere, a more or less
    • homogeneous whole, except that spiritual offshoots rather like tentacles
    • stretched down from it into the etheric globe and enveloped the shell-like
    • seen the Earth or the shell-like forms; they were resounding human forms,
    • and assumed a biscuit-like shape which it retained for a period. Finally
    • consciousness prevailed. The experience was like that of a simple change
    • appearance. Animals and plants were now like jelly or white of egg,
    • rather like some of our jelly-fishes and sea-plants. In this more condensed
    • for reproduction. The plants secreted a substance rather like present-day
    • receive the fertilising power from another being like himself. This
    • something like a fish-bird-animal. Most of the Earth was still watery
    • men could roam about were embedded like islands in the water; but the
    • he had a swim-bladder, rather like that of some present-day fish.
    • a high degree of clairvoyance. Their sleep at night was not like that
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • people to keep their word. The Brown-man's God is not like that; the
    • In every approach to the Godhead there was still a dreamlike element.
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    • like the hands of a clock from left to right. These are the sense-organs
    • each day passes exactly like another. But he can at least pursue certain
    • and the physical are intermingled, somewhat like a blue and yellow liquid
    • like the work of a chemist who separates the two liquids. Soul and body
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • like a moral law valid for all mankind. The requirements apply only
    • air he has himself exhaled — unlike the European, who is always
    • in the future people will go about looking like negroes. Their bodies
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • precisely those who think they know themselves best who are most likely
    • We can see similar likenesses in human beings. For instance, we can
    • unlike its exterior, except that at most the interior substances are
    • separated from one another like the skins of an onion, but merging into
    • is nothing comparable on Earth. It is not really like any of the fluids
    • grows out at once like sponge; it gets larger and larger and is held
    • will hover like a unifying spirit over our gatherings, and from there
  • Title: Pastoral Medicine: Lecture 1
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    • In the first place I would like to point out that perhaps this course
    • like to know why they should work together. Why should an experienced
    • out quite concretely. Therefore I would like to ask you from the very
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    • of development. All of this is stamped like the stamp of a seal upon
    • Barnabite or the like; ordinary parish priests are sometimes not so
    • consciousness of sin can be like, something that is so weakly
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    • illness. I therefore would like to speak further about something that
    • like optical perception. It can be so enhanced that they see Jesus,
    • presented in a diagram, it would look like the drawing below.
    • taken hold of by the astral body. It is like birth, when the human
    • I would like to point
    • view time is not like that. And one finds little understanding for
    • can be a sophisticated person like Leibnitz and gaze out at a
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    • body in accordance with the model. Why? Because, like the child
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • is only there is like the
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    • visionaries like St. Teresa, but the opposite: a darkening, a
    • you did have as good a memory you would be just like him! Now of
    • another thing at the next. His tale can go on like this, for
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • can actually be done. But first I'd like to carry this further, to
    • perception, with colors like a sense perception, visions that
    • it with the necessary intensity; they are like a piece of the outer
    • processes are working in a human being they do give human-like
    • delight the people. They say, “This child talks or acts like a
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    • Therefore I would like to describe a concrete case. It should reveal
    • to be able to liken him to Shakespeare. First of
    • being is built like this (see drawing): metabolic-limb system,
    • rabies idea. Something like a cure takes place through life itself,
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
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    • saying. We come into conflict with science just when we would like to
    • not like that. There is indeed an “in,” but there is not
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • treasures from all sides, but it is like a man who has collected the
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    • contained in it.” Paracelsus said it like this: With the plant
    • the human being what I would like for the moment to call a refined
    • being comprises the whole world. This is the knowledge we would like
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    • of view. Therefore I would like once more to consider the actual
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    • who talk so glibly about spiritualism, idealism, and the like are
    • person like Driesch, for instance, recognized officially by the outer
    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • We may picture it like this because actually the universe as
    • the universe we find rhythms like that of day and night: other,
    • this space between the Platonic year and our breathing rhythm? Like a
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    • So first I would like
    • that is not true. In reality it is like the drawing below.
    • If you would like to
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    • In the first place I would like to point out that perhaps this course
    • like to know why they should work together. Why should an experienced
    • out quite concretely. Therefore I would like to ask you from the very
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    • of development. All of this is stamped like the stamp of a seal upon
    • Barnabite or the like; ordinary parish priests are sometimes not so
    • consciousness of sin can be like, something that is so weakly
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    • illness. I therefore would like to speak further about something that
    • like optical perception. It can be so enhanced that they see Jesus,
    • presented in a diagram, it would look like the drawing below.
    • taken hold of by the astral body. It is like birth, when the human
    • I would like to point
    • view time is not like that. And one finds little understanding for
    • can be a sophisticated person like Leibnitz and gaze out at a
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    • body in accordance with the model. Why? Because, like the child
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • is only there is like the
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    • visionaries like St. Teresa, but the opposite: a darkening, a
    • you did have as good a memory you would be just like him! Now of
    • another thing at the next. His tale can go on like this, for
    • give, “just like an adult!” But one should be alert to
    • can actually be done. But first I'd like to carry this further, to
    • perception, with colors like a sense perception, visions that
    • it with the necessary intensity; they are like a piece of the outer
    • processes are working in a human being they do give human-like
    • delight the people. They say, “This child talks or acts like a
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    • rather obvious example, I would like to go beyond the single
    • Therefore I would like to describe a concrete case. It should reveal
    • to be able to liken him to Shakespeare. First of
    • being is built like this (see drawing): metabolic-limb system,
    • rabies idea. Something like a cure takes place through life itself,
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
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    • saying. We come into conflict with science just when we would like to
    • not like that. There is indeed an “in,” but there is not
    • current physiology of the senses is like a completely foreign body to
    • treasures from all sides, but it is like a man who has collected the
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    • contained in it.” Paracelsus said it like this: “With the plant
    • the human being what I would like for the moment to call a refined
    • being comprises the whole world. This is the knowledge we would like
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    • of view. Therefore I would like once more to consider the actual
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    • who talk so glibly about spiritualism, idealism, and the like are
    • person like Driesch, for instance, recognized officially by the outer
    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • circle. We may picture it like this because actually the universe as
    • the universe we find rhythms like that of day and night: other,
    • this space between the Platonic year and our breathing rhythm? Like a
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    • So first I would like
    • that is not true. In reality it is like the drawing below.
    • If you would like to
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture I
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    • What was it like
    • unlike those that are presented to the seer when, freed from his
    • image of it, we may perhaps liken to a snail-shell, but a shell woven
    • not of solid matter, like the snail's, but from the forest elements
    • soul-content from the depths of the soul as if by magic. If you like
    • it, you can only liken it to the thought-life you are able to bring
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    • what can be aroused in our souls by these sounds it is something like
    • soul-spiritual activity. I have likened it to the thoughts which are
    • looked like is expressed in the phrase tohu wabohu; it could
    • you have so far brought things this is what they look like. This is
    • sunlike, issuing from the other complex. In ha'arets there
    • on the Sun. They remained dark, had nothing sunlike about them; for
    • at all like man, for man is actually their goal. To fashion man, to
    • like a shell shutting something off and enclosing an inner content.
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    • a plantlike condition.
    • find anything in the least comparable to that plantlike weaving in
    • evolved at that time, he too was to be found in a plantlike
    • languages in words somewhat like this: “The Gods made a
    • “partition” was really more like a notional one, and the
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    • recapitulation which would be recorded somewhat like this: “The
    • First we should like to know what part was played in the Genesis
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    • something like indignation over the backward Beings; or he can make
    • usual rendering is nonsense. I should like to meet the man who can
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    • There I pointed out that the old, dreamlike picture-consciousness
    • present-day consciousness. Consciousness on the Moon was not like
    • there — on a lower, dreamlike level — was something
    • at a lower, more dreamlike level, so that no faculty of
    • Saturn, with the eye somewhat like the photographer's camera
    • obscura. Purely physical apparatuses like that can perceive nothing.
    • not make the Elohim say anything like this: “We see the light
    • so far as the Beings in its environment — or if you like the
    • to say something like this: “And the Elohim saw the light in
  • Title: Genesis: Lecture VIII
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    • people the earth, something like a gradual densification of the human
    • clairvoyant hovering like a cloud in the vicinity of the physical
    • to take place in order that the Elohim likewise should rise to a
    • of the newly created man on the sixth day as a being just like
    • like that. Today it is very easy to criticise the Bible, as long as
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    • the earth, the earth forces became ever more moonlike, ever denser.
    • of rain the mud in the street gradually turns to dust. Something like
    • dust. Something like that will happen to the earth one day,
    • Beings, who underpinned alike the creation itself and their own
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    • closer idea of what man was like on the sixth “day.” He
    • his bodily nature. What was he like — this man brought into
    • the Elohim. I should like to ask such commentators on what they base
    • external investigation, I should like to ask them how, in face of
    • translated something like this: “In what follows we are
    • like a crystallisation. It follows that at an earlier time physical
    • I should like to emphasise once more that it has not been so very
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • the thirty-fifth year. In ordinary consciousness, we experience a like
    • like a challenge to man to possess himself of super-sensible knowledge.
    • It is like a declaration that Christianity cannot possibly be
    • childlike in man, to that in man which does not need to be
    • like this, for they are of very great significance in life to-day.
    • like a bit of slag into the sun; and then, in a still later time, the
    • raise a mist before their eyes when they keep a festival like Easter
    • mechanistic knowledge like a tombstone rolled upon him; and he must
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • thinking of the forcefulness with which a personality like Paul at the
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    • So we see that, unlike the other religions, Christianity was not,
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    • thinking of a certain kind — dream-like, imaginative, but still,
    • animal-like characteristics. If you think, without preconceived ideas,
    • animal-like organisation — was at a higher level than the animal;
    • to have intercourse with, his divine Teachers. But, like the animal of
    • process was like that experienced by a snake when it sheds its skin
    • spirit-body, like the early teachers of primeval humanity,
    •  “if you, like the men of earlier times, could feel no intense
    • have false ideas, either about them, or about Intuition and the like,
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    • rainbow-like colours. This homely illustration will help you to
    • perception of the spiritual beings, around him — unlike to-day
    • the spiritual alike by day and by night. By night they were surrounded
    • impressions that were perceived by the old, dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • body lay for three and a half days in a trancelike sleep, in a kind of
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • tokens are like a symbol of what at the beginning of their earthly
    • approached. We may ask: Why does not Kashiapa, like the Redeemer in
    • For present-day humanity, two truths stand like mighty beacons on
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    • flows in like manner through the souls of those who find the path to
    • a dreamlike way what appears to be an action of their own; yet they
    • good service, we have the impression that races always go on like so
    • errors and prejudices of His contemporaries, even foretold, like the
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    • dreams; but I would like to deal with one which raises certain
    • meeting with death when quite unprepared, that he would like to be
    • waking or sleeping — a third state, more like the one prevailing
    • — unlike that of the ancient Egyptians — that the service of
    • something which yesterday was likened to how children learn to speak.
    • words will flow directly to men's hearts, into their souls, like a
    • were conveyed in the old snail-like fashion.”
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    • like especially to devote the three lectures of this week to directing
    • like riddles, like uneasy questions concerning the destiny of man and
    • heredity. Then you would all be alike as human beings. You would only
    • things have to be investigated little by little. And now I should like
    • the life between death and rebirth. I should now like to bring forward yet
    • like automata. You will then come to recognise that there is a great
    • externally. I should like to give an apt instance of this. Just
    • It is always like the case of a man who climbs a hill from which he
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    • misunderstood, and it is to be hoped that the sun-like force that
    • spiritual civilisation of the world. I should now like to continue the
    • like our own, in which humanity is exposed to such severe trials, are
    • I should like to point out — if I may do so without seeming
    • feeling. This will produce something like a natural elemental feeling
    • pain is inside us, in like manner after death beings appear in us as
    • somewhat like the following: Let us suppose ourselves placed in the
    • it. It is somewhat like our perception of something here, only of
    • lecture. Now, I should like to conclude by saying one thing: When you
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    • changed in like manner. Man allies himself more closely with his
    • appears. From the spiritual world one looks back in like manner at the
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    • everything must be proved,’ I should like to put one question:
    • the physical world. And now, in conclusion, I should like to mention a
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 5: Concerning the Subconscious Soul Impulses
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    • To-day I should like to add to our considerations a quite special
    • as not unlikely, and he stopped and asked the gentleman of whom they
    • his room like a little dog.
    • But if one speaks of this people do not like it. It is uncomfortable
    • The whole matter turns on this; that something like a memory
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    • falls into a sort of sleep-like condition. And during these thirteen
    • the winter and summer conditions of the earth are like a man who sees
    • cannot get beyond it. It holds up this idea like a wooden mannequin
    • As a symbol I should like in conclusion to present something which a
    • The grandmother liked to have the children with her, as she was too
    • sheaves of various lights above the arch, like the spikes of a crown,
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture III
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    • hairs. Each of these is tuned, like the strings of a piano, to a
    • somewhat more centralised consciousness, one more like the
    • plane, which is likewise the plane of idiot consciousness. Helena
    • like the spiders have a consciousness on the astral plane. There the
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    • carbon; it will then be like a soft diamond. Then one will no longer
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    • These have a more god-like or deva-character. Beings whose nature is
    • more adapted to receiving have a more element[al] character. God-like
    • unsuccessful on the way to becoming man — like pottery vessels
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    • and willing sections. Later these three parts, like the three
    • imagine a jelly-like being which had freed itself from what had come
    • jelly-like masses from outside until they are able to take possession
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    • the other part rises up in pearl-like water drops. Thus on the one
    • eggs become, as it were, pearl-like drops for human evolution.
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    • standing behind him. Like a kind of marionette he still dangled on the
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    • similar to what today is a jelly-like substance, like a soft crystal.
    • between the internal formation of the crab and the human brain. Like
    • all the more intense. It seems to him that he is like a hollow tree,
    • like someone who has lost his ego. He then has a continual thirst for
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    • lowest member the astral body, just as we have the physical body. Like
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    • a one-ness for the whole of humanity, like an atmosphere shared in
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    • work like strings, drawing us ever and again down into existence. (The
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    • formed like strata around them. Relationships which make their
    • individuality is like a thread which goes through all forms of
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    • stone. The natural scientist likes to compare this stage of humanity
    • to begin to learn mechanical work. In this he was like a child, clumsy
    • a crab-like form. The human being could stand on one pair of legs and
    • nature. It had a form which was not entirely egg-shaped, but more like
    • a bell which descended like a dome over the human being who went on
    • however unlike the reminiscences inherent in our dreams, for he dreamt
    • reptile-like. When eventually this reptilian human being assumed the
    • grotesque form at that time, reptile-like. The Guardian of the
    • back to physical life. This is why one sees bell-like formations in
    • souls again seeking incarnation. When here with us such a bell-like
    • that serpent-like body which we meet with in the Lemurian Age. This
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    • Every animal draws its own nature after it astrally like a trail. What
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    • worked over on the Devachan plane. Like bells, the astral bodies,
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    • When in Nature an effect like heat arises this heat must be withdrawn
    • like a monogram into a seal and there remain. The substance of the
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    • those left behind at most something like a journey. At present things
    • formation unlike the present astral body, a much more comprehensive
    • joined together like a great blackberry and enclosed by a spiritual
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    • unable to use their front limbs for work. They were of animal-like
    • plant-like. The beings lived in the light of the Sun. Light came to
    • appearance seemed like the rings around Saturn. Now the second or
    • wished to produce beautifully formed human beings, like beautiful
    • offspring out of herself. Now Jehovah said: Man has become like unto
    • animal-like human forms. This brought about a degeneration of the
    • advancement are like Prometheus, they are Sun Heroes.
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    • himself so completely that finally he will only be like a seed, in a
    • was already three times present in a seed-like condition; once in
    • plants. At that time rocks did not exist. The plant-like mineral
    • Moon all vegetation grew on a half plant-like foundation. Loki, the
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    • dreamless sleep like the plant and the dream filled sleep such as
    • the power of light within themselves. They are like bodies of light
    • will be something like a tendril, because then everything will have
    • existence will be a plant-product. Likewise everything that proceeds
    • from man will be plantlike. We shall then be living in the plant
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    • Earth protruded like a swelling, on the other side the Moon. At that
    • then however there again arose the sack-like formations in the ether,
    • know the world from outside. His Ego was at that time like a hollow
    • In the middle of the Lemurian Age the Ego was like a hole bored into
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    • gifted like the First Logos he would be able to say: Yes, I have seen
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    • eyes like the Cyclops. Illumination was brought about through the out
    • like blocks of ice, solid objects arose, man separated his membered
    • to Manas in a kind of deep trance-like state. There the primeval
    • Earth like a network of egoism. So it is from there that the whole
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    • upper classes, who like to preserve antiquated conditions, and the
    • necessity, just as events in the East develop like a fire there where
    • think of the transfigured human countenance that today slumbers like a
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    • and milk is like the nourishment mankind took in Pre-Lemurian times.
    • made this possible; like an all-pervading bloodstream they permeated
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • likelier explanation is that Steiner, whose audience was very likely
    • ideas that ebb and flow within them. Something like this occurs
    • shining like the choleric's; his gait is firm, but in a leaden rather
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    • Thus man's life of soul is twofold: like the animal, his soul
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    • like him,” “I don't like him”, or “I
    • like her”, “I don't like her”.
    • from lack of modesty, I should like to refer to the Rosicrucian
    • understanding it. In this connection I should like to refer to an
    • unconscious materialist, like, for example, William James: for
    • in affairs like laughing and weeping, and also in blushing, where a
    • like, but with how the organs in question are placed in the service
  • Title: Lecture I: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • existed the Mystery centres which really fulfilled the functions alike
    • trance-like consciousness was looked upon as a revelation of the aims
    • People may think as they like about such things. They were as I have
    • would like to know everything as quickly as possible without taking
    • In our present age only lovers like to dream in the moonlight! Men of
    • takes shape. It is moulded in the likeness of the earth, and the rest
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    • clairvoyance dreamlike. Let us say, for example, that from their
    • Unlike the Mercury-, Venus-, and Moon-forces, the Mars-forces do not
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    • cultivated in the ancient Mysteries, through an inspired, dreamlike
    • like. In its outermost aspect Jupiter enables the soul-life to
    • men were more animal-like in outer appearance (although the whole
    • ancient times men did not count like this. They counted in this way:
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    • planets. Today I should like to add, aphoristically at least, some of
    • Just think of shale, even of gneiss, of mica-schist and the like,
    • the earth is rather like regarding the human skeleton as having an
    • If I am to sketch it diagrammatically, it will be somewhat like this
    • blossom. Generally speaking, it floats cloud-like over the vegetation
    • earthly element, like that of the plant, but something entirely
    • itself, of which the ancient dream-like wisdom was dimly aware. What
    • dissolve it, liquefy it and make it plant-like. Man is always in a
    • possessed only these quartz-like forces which he takes in with the
    • places in the human body an influx of cosmic forces and likewise an
    • older science received these things through a kind of dreamlike
    • instinct, turns to what was once found through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • of earthly knowledge, but only in a dreamlike way. It was perceived
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • begin to meet with what is incomprehensible. I should like to repeat,
    • to say, “A man like Alcibiades is a mere prince in a fairy story
    • Greek period, are like silhouettes, shadow-pictures that cannot come
    • It is when we cherish thoughts like these that we first begin to have
    • past months. Like all our undertakings it is to serve the great
    • deepest gratitude, and I should like to evoke this gratitude in your
    • often like that. I do not want to criticise this remark that
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    • bring forward concrete examples, and today therefore I should like to
    • and of himself, he may say something like, “One of the first
    • body, which in earth life is carried about with me just like the
    • then notice something like a block in what is experienced as the
    • etheric part of the brain, something like a foreign body, so that one
    • more, thus bringing about a lifeless, deathlike condition. A living
    • to feel it like something foreign inside me.”
    • the human personality, like the principle of development elsewhere in
    • germinal and appears so imperfect in man, like the hands in comparison
    • like a chain of phenomena, one link following another in a succession
    • particular religion, something like an astral mist is formed through
    • should like first to arouse a feeling of how initiation is related to
    • be senseless to say that He was initiated like other initiates. While
    • Individuality as having been initiated on earth like other initiates
    • initiated like other initiates, of Whom it would be quite meaningless
    • to speak as having gone through initiation like others, is Christ
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    • man. But if many modern naturalists are finding something like moral
    • hate” he does not mean a burning like the burning of a fire in
    • To avoid any misunderstanding, I should like expressly to state that
    • being is within. It is not like a man in the sense world who confronts
    • I should like now to describe the matter not theoretically but from
    • like a garment all that one has appropriated during incarnations in
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    • that come forth like a condensed and strengthened soul life. This
    • words we might say, “It does not like me; it does not think me
    • see the same. In short, the etheric world is not like the physical
    • arises something like pure memories that yet are no memories.” I
    • say, “Like memories that are no memories” because all our
    • something like a surging hither and thither of super-sensible feelings
    • strength it has to break through something that is like a veil, and to
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    • living oneself into the etheric body seems like a flowing out, as it
    • yourself, that, like the atmosphere, fills for you the world into
    • life, as long as this form comes before you like an interpenetration
    • the midst of daily life, coming like an entrance into the spiritual
    • in the soul like the actual result of all its separate experiences. It
    • I once made the following experiment, and I should like to cite it
    • turn to some great poem and find there something like its shadow
    • admiration when you let this mood work on you like an echo coming from
    • chat you would like to experience yourself right within time, you
    • would like to be concentrated in independence at some point of world
    • existence. You would like to do this so completely that you could say,
    • concentration upon one point. For today, I should like just to say
    • Luciferic powers, man should have taken with him something like a
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    • done, I should just like to point out the different ways in which the
    • aroused of this interplay of one world with another. I should like to
    • should like especially to recommend to you, our friend, Ludwig
    • so, that Lucifer is like this, Ahriman like that; that one must shun
    • quite naturally and comprehensibly, and would like to take as much as
    • tragedy! He would like to change all that has ever appeared in the
    • done. I should like here to describe what I mean by a comparison. By
    • aside its skin like a kind of image of itself and progress in life
    • question new possibilities of life. Ahriman would like to save
    • everything and would like to prevent all snakes from casting their
    • skin; he would like everything used up that, in the mind of the world
    • order, must be cast aside. Man, too, would like to do that in sensory
    • as, “What is Ahriman like?” or “What is Lucifer
    • like?” In the higher worlds where descriptions of these beings
    • worlds, we change our ideas and concepts. I should like to bring
    • world something like shadows that may nevertheless have validity
    • Even if it is not seen, something like a fog is projected onto what
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    • without linking this historical life with men like Krishna, Buddha,
    • capable of experiencing what your form was like, so that you would
    • from the super-sensible world because men would like to see with
    • physical eyes the Mighty Being Who is to come. They would like to
    • picture Him going by airplane or travelling by sea. They would like to
    • whole strength of this fear is masked behind the fight that would like
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • far removed from what human feeling would like to grasp at once; but
    • These eyes, those parts which were eyes, shine like two suns, but
    • standpoint of the spirit the physical body is like this.
    • sees forces moving within it, something like a circulation of force
    • like a separate part within thy light body is thy thought-life seen
    • It is like a circulation of dark waves, a spiritual blood
    • the spiritual world like a being who on the physical plane could
    • receive something like an impression of what is described concerning
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 2: The Vision of the Ideal Human Being
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    • from the spiritual world appear in us like memory pictures, but
    • pictures which do not belong to our experience like the ideas in
    • have not known before, something that really emerges like flowers
    • above in the spirit-land there is also something like a sort of
    • the human ideal; this appears like a mighty spiritual structure,
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 3: The Senses and the Luciferic Temptation
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    • our physical body would be like a pane of glass without any rejecting
    • becomes like the corpse of the colour. Imagine that whenever we
    • like a mineral deposit, which we are unable to spiritualise. If this
    • stand before you like a pane of glass without any mirroring substance
    • in our human thought, because again, only what is like the froth of
    • swarming through us, but only an extract, something like a shadow of
    • it becomes somewhat like a smoke-topaz, which has darker layers in
    • imperfections we possess), something like an invigorating vital force
    • produce within us something that is really like a ‘killing’
    • with more power. Especially as regards feeling we have something like
    • time something like a physical corpse, which is really the
    • something like the inner, spiritual force of the sun shone forth —
    • soul — like a seed — that could carry on the life of the
    • visions, the thoughts of the Gods in man, ceased. The phantom-like
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • Feelings. Spiritual Science should never be taken up like other
    • instance which perhaps may not only shock our intellect, like the
    • clearly understand that something like a shadow lies over this
    • widespread and is a form of dreamlike clairvoyant consciousness which
    • the same the two are connected like cause and effect. We only
    • Between father and son the relationship is something like that
    • not there — like cause and effect. But we must take into
    • investigation, which likewise only develops in the human soul as a
    • God who is like ‘God the Father’ of the Christian
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    • like a bowl, there are the stars, over it pass the sun and moon. Man
    • from a fiery star. It is now not blue, like the firmament, but fiery,
    • shining, reddish — like a fiery star. And from it streams forth
    • course like a memory-tableau really only lasts for some days. Our
    • earth-life, with which we are still connected, becomes like a sort of
    • Our earthly life is still there like the kernel of the comet, but the
    • respect, namely a force which I might describe as something like a
    • soul-force, which is like an inner soul-light that must shine forth
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • impulse of the Holy Ghost. Like the case of excess of fish-spawn we
    • should like to continue from where we left off yesterday. We were
    • plane will develop a feeling, like the stimulus of an inner
    • indebted to them, or such like. When we confront the souls of these
    • life, this is like the germs — shall we say — like the
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • thinks and learns and creates artistically arises from them like a
    • undergoing in our time. To-day I should like to draw attention once
    • impressions. And these are like fertile seeds planted in us —
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    • economic life. If that could happen, what should we be like? We
    • life looks like the lowest of the three social spheres, yet precisely
    • world. Just as earthly spiritual life points backward, like a
    • as spiritual as we like: we have no inducement to come to the
    • for human-kind. You may preach as much as you like from pulpits,
    • telling men they ought to love one another: it is like preaching to a
    • things! It strikes one like a solemn warning, when one seeks the
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    • connection I would like to read you a few sentences from the address
    • devise anything like it? If this war was not what men call
    • has to say: It is like a dream... even a great thinker of two
    • how thought could be carried like an arrow over great distances by
    • question for the spiritual realm. Men will arrange it like that, if
    • valuable, because it strikes one like the confession of a man who
    • half-reality; it is like a dream! But I am bound to scrutinise the
    • life of the present — and then it does look to me very like a
    • seek in what looks like an evil nightmare for the true reality, which
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    • ago, I would like to say that in the short time at our disposal I
    • “hyena”, likewise he classifies the phenomena into
    • “ether” or the like, as underlying the phenomena of light
    • Phenomena like this the scientist sums up and so arrives at what he
    • problematical for Goethe. He did not like to see the many concrete
    • is a pure and simple fact. And upon facts like this he seeks to base
    • outer Nature there is really something like the point a
    • element, for the effects of Force in Nature, as a minute atom-like
    • peripheric or cosmic forces are alike concerned, — where there
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    • into its thinking. — so to connect outer phenomena like the one
    • gets into the light like a parasite and mingles with it. Down here on
    • interpenetrating like astral body and muscle. Or on the other hand
    • arises; in the other, colour. When they interpenetrate like the
    • interpenetrate like the astral body and the eye, colour arises, since
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    • is placed like the one I drew yesterday, the upper one the opposite
    • prism, I should of course get something very like what we had
    • like so many soldiers. The seven naughty boys were there in the light
    • IIIf). The human eye, as you know, is in form like a kind of
    • IIIf). it will be like this. (When looking at your neighbour's
    • to pass, we find it very like any ordinary liquid taken from the
    • retina. Of this we can no longer say that it is like any external
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    • you do. Likewise the red colour below is proof that here is a region
    • through the prism is to Newton like a kind of chemical analysis,
    • theorizings are to be rejected. You can explain what you like by
    • IVh). What happens then is very like what I was shewing you in
    • really is like that — if she has made the light composite
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    • prism, we get a “spectrum”, a luminous picture, very like
    • found to act like an untransparent body. It gets in the way of the
    • developed at this place of the spectrum) acts like an opaque body. As
    • throwing back the red. With like simplicity we can explain why
    • the two abstractions into which — if you like to put it so
    • first have to look for the velocity, so in like manner, we are in one
    • light itself. For if I only cast a spectrum here it is indeed like
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    • intensity; so likewise, when a space is filled with darkness, it is
    • positive, we need only remember what it is like when we awaken from
    • is a very similar phenomenon, like a cessation of consciousness, when
    • will feel something very like this in the absorption of our
    • on, this rose is no totality. It cannot, like the cube of rock-salt,
    • the vibrating air and our sensation; so in like manner, when the
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    • this source is hidden by the rod. Likewise the shadow on the left
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    • — and you get something like a “velocity of propagation
    • like, and another string attuned to it — or even quite a
    • qualitative is no concern of mine. A man who speaks like this is at
    • like that is of untold significance; nothing could be of greater
    • alive and vital, whereas the outer part is increasingly like a
    • should have separated-out what is larynx-like, so to speak, for the
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    • finds release, becomes to all appearances very like flowing
    • all, is a phenomenon not unlike what you would have if here for
    • spreads out in space and takes effect at a distance. In like
    • proof that with electricity something like a wave-movement is
    • comparison. It seemed like incontrovertible proof that the way of
    • Hertz's experiments proved to be more like a closing chapter of the
    • revolutions. They seem like great and shattering events in social
    • like the minutest specks of dust or spray, the single particles of
    • attenuated remnant of real matter, not a mere movement like the
    • like those of matter. Shoot a material cannonball through the air
    • to experience in consciousness is our thoughts about them. Likewise
    • space and having properties like those we formerly attributed to
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    • the raying light itself something like radiating electricity. I do
    • catch them on a screen shaped like a St. Andrew's cross. We let the
    • something like a shadow of the St. Andrew's cross, from which you
    • emerges like a kind of shadow behaves like external matter. It
    • electricity itself, the current of electricity, behaves like simple
    • flowing electricity as such, and what we see seems very like the
    • transfer this angle over here, then. Likewise this angle
    • wave-theories and the like, but he is not yet able to enter with
    • indeed many things like this in modern Physics, — very
    • undulation or anything like that for you to dive into; but you now
    • inorganic Nature there are many features like the theory of Kant
    • like this? Some days ago — as one would say, by chance
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • world of the senses is spread out before us like a tapestry and we
    • world. Something like a membrane is pierced and we are able to enter
    • world of illusion, of deception ... or, if you like, let it stand at
    • Something happens in ecstasy that is like a breaking through of the
    • During ecstasy he is likewise given over to the Macrocosm, but then he
    • believes himself lost. He experiences something like a loss of his Ego
    • is poured out, like a drop in a large vessel of water, into the
    • world that is not like the world of the senses. But if we could have
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • certain sense he acts like an automaton, impelled by obscure urges of
    • force which drives Jupiter around the Sun can be likened to that which
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • wise guidance of the universe has made of me, the shame I feel is like
    • consists in the fact that, like the mystic, a man develops certain
    • has these feelings in normal life-in a weak form, like the sense of
    • when we see the leaves falling, when we see bare, skeleton-like
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 4: Faculties of the Human Soul and Their Development
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    • Soul, it will eventually grow to be like it. My soul and its faculties
    • knowledge that what confronts us as the mighty Macrocosm was once like
    • who existed before you and were once like you had not raised
    • intelligence acts like a brake. The stream of Cosmic Feeling flowing
    • by combining like with like. Human intelligence actually corresponds
    • and that for which compensation has to be made, appears like a dark
    • are like those who say they would prefer to avoid the experiences
    • a man wants to know what he really looks like, discussion about this
    • would be like a man whose nose displeases him and who, on seeing it in
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • all in the way in which a man of the present day likes to acquire his
    • But then the main part of the etheric body passes away from him like a
    • he consists of something which, when viewed from within, seems like a
    • from the plant; first it was plantlike and then became mineral. Under
    • guided, who like to speak constantly of the need to find the
    • Like nearly all medieval Christian mystics who had no actual Guru
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 6: Experiences of Initiation in the Northern Mysteries
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    • outer observation he was exactly like a dead man.
    • ecstasy the Ego is like a tiny drop mingling in a large volume of
    • strength; unlike people today their soul-forces had not been enfeebled
    • conjectured material phenomena — such as atoms and the like. For
    • ‘earth’ is something that offers resistance, like a hard
    • etheric body alone had worked on man, he would be like a plant, for a
    • development of this clairvoyant consciousness. Like everything else,
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • finally coalesce into faculties. Whatever would it be like if every
    • in the life of soul, unlike those we come across in the sea, where we
    • likeness of ourselves as we are, and by its side we become
    • ought to be, like it, and that we can acquire the right attitude only
    • they actually like to make the veil constantly darker over the world
    • speaking of a councilor, privy councilor, or the like; the man may
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • nature over the lower. In man, unlike the plant, the lower nature must
    • visible to clairvoyant consciousness. For example, one unfolds like a
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • arises like the inner pictures he has formed for himself but is there
    • before him like flowers or stones seen in ordinary consciousness; he
    • genuine symbols or emblems. They are before us like objects, but the
    • For example, suppose some event confronts you like a flash of
    • imparted from the higher worlds are tinged with something like the
    • experiences something that seems like a vision; yet what he
    • incapable of detecting truths behind the thoughts which are like words
    • experiences, like intellectual experiences, must become the common
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • worlds. I should now like to continue describing things more from the
    • Memory, like thinking, is a faculty of the soul. The character of
    • thinking just like those of anyone else. It is therefore the capacity
    • Thus we see arising a new faculty of soul that is not like remembrance
    • in thought of bygone time, but like vision. Between what at present
    • He did not think like a man of today, for thinking in ideas and
    • level with the brain is like someone who puts a person of forty by the
    • condition so different, so utterly unlike that of today that in face
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 11: Man and Planetary Evolution
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    • quoting experiments, adducing mathematical proofs and the like, so
    • position, like other scientists, always to supply external proofs, but
    • reveals itself to us as a being which, like man, is not subject
    • one part of his being is constituted like the plant, and that this
    • integrating astral body and Ego into our plant-like nature. The plant
    • perceive; even the sleeping man does not function like a plant, for
    • Macrocosm as a kind of plant-like being. Today, the only right
    • able to enter into the plant-like beings which we once were. No astral
    • It is likely that someone will say at this point that if the Earth was
    • describe, for example, what the Earth was like in the Old Sun-state.
    • that there rings out like a prayer:
    • knowledge in its true meaning, something works within our soul like a
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • spirit life. It was not like today when the phenomena of nature
    • have seen how a scientist like Oskar Hertwig has managed
    • questions of spiritual life. We find that a scientist like
    • I would like to say, inner experiences. In the first
    • and the like. If we want to found a physical science, a science
    • physical digestion? Of course it sounds like a paradox,
    • method. Likewise we have to start with our purely mystical soul
    • the border-areas of knowledge who, like
    • materialists, monists and the like, begin to
    • perfectly clear, I would like to give the following
    • not be thought that it is like maintaining that natural science
    • and this is, that this experience reveals what it is like
    • course of the spirit, which is like the course of the outer
    • 'change of spirit' rather like the change of matter which is
    • lungs to the air. Likewise our higher, spiritual observation
    • birth. Likewise, when the human being goes through the gate of
    • overall view. The resulting view is then like the tree that has
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • spirit and an outlook founded on the unconscious like,
    • I would like first of all to describe one or two
    • from normal soul life. And so I would like first of all to
    • it is not like this at all. The scientist of spirit can
    • life would be like if it were not, for instance, possible in
    • have this and that effect. He would like to make a law of it.
    • and in life people like so much to stick to the old. One
    • are. Dreams rise up in our soul life, surge up like unknown
    • penetrated it like a fast moving arrow it becomes active and
    • Something like a mirror picture is reflected
    • experiences in his dreams that penetrate like an act of grace
    • dreams, although in certain respects they may appear like
    • experience like hallucinations, visions, somnambulistic speech
    • according to formulas of the scientific method. I would like to
    • Then, like a thought rising up, giving back to us in our
    • not the point. A person like myself who has devoted more than
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture III: The Science of the Spirit and Modern Questions
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    • is continued further along it. I would like
    • nobody hoped to find America or anything like that. The
    • the like, it is fundamentally not very different from what we
    • half dreamlike states of the soul. Today we can have no idea of
    • think what we like about it, we can call it
    • to be damaged and the memory will likewise be damaged,
    • thing that we perceive is what I would like to call a tableau
    • everything that belongs to the kingdoms of nature arise like a
    • mighty memory. We know what a stone or a cloud looks like to
    • like to underline this by saying that
    • long as we like, but we are limiting our knowledge if we are
    • work like this it will become a social force
    • be lacking in spirit, and not like people who have a right
    • ideals will disappear like smoke. That is why what is
    • like the seed in the plant. This year's plant dies, but a new
    • being will all disappear, decline and pass away like the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • likes, above all, to make distinctions and requires definitions in order
    • in the super-sensible worlds, people would like above all to have
    • same. Christ is like the sunlight, Jehovah is like the reflected
    • we be astonished when we hear what conditions were like during the
    • its forces into the souls of men like a sun — for Michael can
    • always be likened to a sun. And even if many people fail to recognize
  • Title: Origins of Natural Science: Lecture I
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    • would like to extend to you — especially the friends who have
    • point of view that I would like to give these lectures. They will not
    • On the one hand, Cusanus (who in all likelihood had
    • This is what makes it hard to understand a man like Nicholas Cusanus.
    • I would like to describe it as follows. Though living earlier than
    • anything like the spiritual divine spark in my own inner being.
    • which European civilization was beginning to observe and like. In
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    • Looking into this matter more closely, we see how a man like Meister
    • like living beings, permeating everything with spirit and speaking to
    • spirit was likewise recognized in what we call nature today, the
    • transmitted by spirit; the body is the image of spirit. Likewise, no
    • soul no longer felt like the messenger, only the carrier, of an image
    • this later age, the body changed into something that I would like to
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    • this. Likewise man today no longer has a vivid feeling for the
    • times? We can put it like this: It was obvious to a man in those ages
    • present in a sort of dream-like experience of three-dimensionality
    • A mystic like Meister Eckhart or Johannes Tauler
    • experience of movement, you would perhaps have to sketch it like this
    • abstract mathematics cannot produce anything like the ancient
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    • It is only natural that statements like this are considered absurd by
    • Bruno does not sound like the followers of the new view or like the
    • something like a connecting link between two world conceptions, the
    • happened here explains why a man like Goethe found it impossible
    • how this went against the grain of somebody who, like Berkeley, still
    • People today like to regard as great thinkers those men who have said
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    • thinker like John Locke, who lived from the seventeenth into the
    • whole corporeal world must be viewed like this; we must distinguish
    • looks like this:
    • from the existence of something like a corpse. Certainly, if a living
    • something like what Weismann called the “immortality of
    • unlike today's thinking. Therefore anyone writing history
    • scientific development. It will always be like this, he says, because
    • scientific findings and begins to think atomistically. It is like
    • look like arbitrary whims. We no longer live in any real connection
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    • lay in the fact that John Locke and other thinkers of like mind
    • living reality, he had to look into his own inner being. A man like
    • like kind with the three dimensions of space, the latter being a sort
    • three-dimensional character dwells in man, the thinkers likewise
    • cannot rightly lay claim to anything like soul and spirit because
    • light on what is essential in this development. I would like to put
    • it like this: Goethe in his youth took a keen interest in what
    • It is not a criticism if something like this is said; it is only a
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    • it with what such a movement would be like in himself. When he saw a
    • falling stone, he experienced something like this: “If I wanted
    • inertia in ordinary life, you see that it is pretty much like doing
    • person because you can feel what it is like to be in such a position,
    • heavenly bodies, adopting something like the Copernican view and
    • the physical body. In chemistry, however, unlike physics, we speak to this
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    • would only like to say that we can better understand what we are
    • People today do not greatly esteem a work like De Divisione
    • for example in something like atoms. It is amazing that this can be
    • man looked into himself, the ego became by degrees something like a
    • (air) out of the psychological. Likewise, he squeezed the warmth
    • less understood. The worlds of men like Paracelsus, van Helmont, or
    • down through the generations. What was the situation of a person like
    • people like Paracelsus and Boehme (who appear like monuments to a
    • apparently foolish ideas. The ancient traditions, which in a man like
    • moves; things get pumped; it all works like suction or pressure
    • the time to develop something like the feeling of freedom, he worked
    • This is why people like Hobbes
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    • the nature of the case that the subject of a lecture course like this
    • particular object is like inwardly, because we find velocity also
    • Likewise, you know something about him, when you know that he has a
    • tacitly resolved that, unlike the ancient alchemists who still saw in
    • Nature was not always like this. It was different at one time. If I
    • has reached the point of observing what is corpse-like in nature.
    • pigtail, or like the man in a railroad car who pushes against the
    • first, semblance-like, seed of future worlds.
    • will correspond in these future worlds to the corpse-like element. It
    • don't take hold of them, we move like ghosts through the
    • But people cannot yet distinguish clearly; they like what is chaotic.
    • tall; it is like a nice teenager, who at the moment is going through
    • murky areas like physiology disappear, and physics and pneumatology
    • and the human being through bastardized chaotic sciences like
    • feeling will arise, somewhat like the sensation one experiences when
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • the attention to technology you will see. I would like to impress you
    • number of small parts — molecules, atoms, if you like. This is
    • the like, in any way you wish, it has a definite intensity of action.
    • as pressures of the like. The sun's corona, for instance, must not be
    • itself and likewise of our entire organism as heat sense organ, etc.
    • It is on account of things like this that we should strive for clear
    • turned backwards like an inorganic process. This fact does not enter
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    • from that we can conclude that fluids expand just like solids. Since
    • and every kind of support, there arose institutions like the Academia
    • expansion like that of water (noting that it is associated with a
    • of the earth, that liquid and gaseous bodies must do likewise. You
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    • without leaving this dimension and likewise one cannot pass through
    • which he is aware. Likewise the points outside a surface would not
    • geometry. He would be able to speak only of distance and the like, of
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    • results. Also mechanical processes, friction and the like, can be
    • found the place cold like a cellar, I would have hurried out and would
    • organism, but our relation to it concerns a part of us only. Likewise
    • Electricity would be known not merely by its effects, but like light
    • in a more dreamlike way. We have here something which is in the realm
    • and red and this would escape us inwardly like our will. If we were
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    • I would have liked to carry out for you today some experiments to
    • electricity and magnetism and the like.
    • picture-like and they have to be translated out of the imaginative
    • themselves in space. Likewise, with time, you would all be different
    • into consciousness like time and space. In the realm where the world
    • than if you have not undergone such a training. You do not dislike
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    • The being of heat manifests exactly like the negation of gravity,
    • like negative gravity. Therefore, when one deals with physical
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    • which again, like the fluid, is an intermediate region, and then we
    • to the infinite, or at least to the undetermined. So likewise at the
    • person who likes clear concepts. For the explanation of the rainbow is
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture X
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    • will unconsciously the course of his thoughts, he does not like to
    • will not oriented by thought is likewise not present. Thus when we
    • man that they move out of space. Likewise, the forces that produce
    • made negative when we follow it into the human being, and likewise the
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    • At this point I would like to build a bridge, as it were, between the
    • such a residue.) “Thus it appears that the energy principle like
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    • reality of the living. Other thinkers like Prayer, regard the organic
    • this as heat ether. Likewise something real is involved when we
    • but within, these processes are all alike. Mechanical energy is
    • like to reckon with numerical quality differences. They use positive
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    • Now I would like to call your attention to something. When we consider
    • light spreads, the gas does not do likewise, it does not show
    • of heat. So likewise we can say that heat gives a picture of the X
    • These things cannot be made as obvious as people like to make most
    • illumination, an illumination that showed a wave-like phosphorescence
    • change. For we can show likewise when we produce lights from heat that
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    • inwardly as a soul; such a statement leaves out the subject. Likewise
    • The many single bodies together form a single form like the fluid
    • filled spaces, a suction-like action is going on while the formative
    • theoretical inner configurations. What the stars, like giants, do in
    • fills space as non-dimensional entity, intensively, comes forth like
    • people.” And I would like to say that while fruitful
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • have fulfilled its mission. If you like to call your vision
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture II: Exercises of Thought, Feeling and Volition
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    • dreamlike clairvoyance. Man attains to his full consciousness in the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • capacity must be developed again to obliterate when one likes pictures
    • consciousness. The spiritual outlook which we have won is like the new
    • experience, and the physical view of the Cosmos like the
    • as in a dream. He had dreamlike intuition of which we find to-day only
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IV: Exercises of Cognition and Will
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    • like seed. From this fact it can formulate ideas based on unprejudiced
    • when an old dream-like Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition still
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture V: Experiences of the Soul in Sleep
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    • The next state through which the soul lives then is like a division or
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VI: Transference from the Psycho-Spiritual to the Physical Sense-life in man's Development
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    • ‘longing for the lost’. Expressions like these are used only
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • dream-like experience of his pre-earthly existence. He felt his
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • which will not only exist in a purely natural order like the present,
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • Babylonian wisdom, stand before these objects like three-year-old children
    • years ago. The higher beings, like men, undergo evolution, and what
    • be like a play of light, is particularly strong here. It is wonderful
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture II: Soul in the World around Us
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    • like a spiritual ray of light. The etheric body of the mineral encircles
    • astrality of the earth that hovers like smoke above the plant when it
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture III: The Nature and Being of Man
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    • greatest possible variety of colors and changing forms, like a cloud
    • life passes like a panorama before the human being. What is the explanation
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IV: Man Between Death and Rebirth
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    • but there is no experience of pain. It is like a picture at which we
    • with the will to make compensation, the soul receives something like
    • are the spiritual forces that appear to clairvoyant sight rather like
    • like the sea and water systems of our earth. This flowing life in Devachan
    • those involved in the battle, how passion is hurled against passion. Like
    • sphere of Devachan like a sound of wonderful sweetness. Thus we have
    • dreamlike; all events are experiences in Devachan. We will speak later of
    • lives, like pictures at which we gaze.
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    • time that here on earth lie like veils over these relationships of the
    • behind something like a web, consisting of whatever hindrances to
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • such as our earth. Our earth, like man, has already existed in other
    • is like a remembrance of that ancient Sun. Then we come to that cosmic
    • no consciousness whatever of what she was doing. She was like a machine,
    • appearing like an aerial mirage, like a Fata Morgana. On Old Moon,
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • plantlike in character, or, if you prefer, plant substance that was
    • kind of plant-mineral soil. Think of a mass of spongy, plantlike substance
    • substance on Old Moon. The Old Moon was like a great organism, living
    • and mobile, on which the beings living might have felt like parasites
    • there were horny or woody formations. In the environment of Old Moon, like
    • on Old Moon consisted in something like a dream picture rising up within
    • help of the spirit, in acquiring for himself the noble, godlike form
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    • is the spirit who spreads matter like a veil over the spiritual and
    • rather like the anthroposophists today who meet together in small groups,
    • or like the first Christians in ancient Rome who gathered together in
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • structure, reaching down like a strand from the group soul; it descends
    • soul draws it in again like a limb. On Old Moon the human soul underwent
    • a half days. The modern initiation, if we like to call it so, once the
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • I should like to ask you, by means of the example of a great
    • Goethe in the symbol of the Lily. It is of like significance with
    • How like to the water!
    • How like to the wind!
    • through further development he becomes like the Will-o'-the-wisp.
    • receive it when like the Serpent, he goes horizontally on the ground
    • to throw into the River of passions becomes invisible, like the hand
    • and observations, like the Serpent. They cause the Temple to be
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    • How like to the water!
    • How like to the wind!”
    • by those who themselves bring light, when they also are selfless like
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    • Rishis there appears, like a mirrored image, the divine primeval unity
    • fraction without causing chaos, so likewise man must keep to his path.
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    • In those ages in which genuine esotericism was alive and active like
    • body is the bearer of a spirit, so the celestial bodies are likewise
    • likeness of the entrance of the immortal human soul into the physical
    • through the use of tea and coffee. But, like our ancestors, who were
    • the important word for “becoming Godlike,” “becoming one with the
    • darkness, and likewise, through the continuous victory of light over
    • truth, a higher self, a divine, sun-like, light-filled Being. This
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 3: Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • their action, so likewise have the spiritual forces — only such
    • able to experience at least an outer likeness of it from which they
    • you now see as a likeness." These were the lesser Mysteries. They
    • sun there is a Spiritual Sun, which, like the physical sun, is born
    • increasing in strength as John decreases. In like manner the new, the
    • like wise does the Sun Hero, through the power of his spiritual life,
    • like the course of the sun. Just as a change in the course of the sun
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    • we like to call them, but by allowing all this to influence us,
    • In like manner we might let the most varied sense perceptions work
    • existence; I should like first to give you the dry facts which offer
    • and rising like smoke, or when we see the fine rain coming down, or
    • surrounding space and penetrate downwards; they do not, like the
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    • which are subject to perpetual metamorphosis, and we can likewise say
    • their own at all. They appear flashing up like lightning, like little
    • definite form, but flit over our earth, flashing and vanishing like
    • into cloud-formation or something of a like character to work upon us.
    • in our imagination these meteor-like, flashing, and disappearing
    • meteor-like air-spirits sink down over the plant-world and saturate
    • would, like Dionysos, be split up into the whole astral world of the
  • Title: Lecture 3: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • not like the perceptions of man. Man perceives, because an external
    • Only, their sleep is no unconscious sleep like that of man, it
    • something arises in their own being like a manifestation of spiritual
    • something of that kind. Thus, to imagine something like a spiritual
    • By this means a man succeeds in recognizing something like a world
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    • consciousness, when he sees, hears, and thinks like other men, and in
    • like a sort of shell or skin; it acquires independent existence. If
    • something like spiritual tone, the Music of the Spheres. It is like
    • find another blossom which closes its petals above, like the two hands
    • the plant-world to he something like a physiognomy, then the inner
    • plants which are of like form, ensouled by a common spiritual being.
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    • immersion in another consists in extending our own being like
    • experience that we hear in what he says something like an undertone,
    • Seraphim. Just like a countenance matured by life which tells of the
    • experience of decades, or like a phrase which is so expressed that we
    • something like an image of themselves, but it remains connected with
    • are the Group-souls. The beings of the First Hierarchy have likewise
    • man is one unity; the etheric body of man is another; and so likewise
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • a sort of kernel. On the other hand every planet has something like a
    • spiritual atmosphere, we might even say something like an aura, in
    • nothing independent, nothing self-enclosed, like the inner life of
    • arises, like a shining-forth of their own being. The moment they do
    • lenticular, flattened, ball-like form, as drawn here. It is just as
    • earth. In like manner we might take for granted that where Saturn,
    • can be likened to what we have described as Luciferic Spirits. So that
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    • have come into being. I should now like, before proceeding further
    • beings has to do with the Earth-planet, so in like manner a similar
    • Form, likewise has Jupiter, and also the earth, we must if we wish to
    • case. Nothing like human history, like a development of beings who
    • concluding this lecture I should like to give you an idea of how this
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • nevertheless able to know what exists there. I should now like to call
    • like a snail-shell from which the snail has gone. The whole physical
    • place something appears which gives the impression of being like a
    • of telling of a past, just like a memory-picture. And if we allow this
    • has something like a memory-concept of the planetary system. This
    • described into your thought and your perception, so that it works like
    • through our inner being alone, like a soul-impression; we gain a quite
    • individual planets. This is the first thing I should like to say about
    • writings it was the custom to speak accurately. I should like (in
    • too much of our time, but in method it is very like what has been
    • like those people who, for instance, take the concept of wolf as an
    • occultly. We find this ego of the plants again in like manner as a
    • plants, just like the group-egos of the animals; but in vain should we
    • the ores and the like; — in short, on the astral plane we become
    • not very different from our own mineral-like bones which yet are
    • pulverized and the parts fly asunder something like a feeling of
  • Title: Lecture 9: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • much that the animals does on the physical plane can be likened to
    • believe that everything is actually of like form; but this is not the
    • not alike on all sides; for different forces work from the different
    • — or in natural selection or the like — then the facts which
    • though not movements like those of men and animals, but such as to
    • the planets spirally are arranged in a neat circle like the stamens,
    • direct outflow of a Spirit of Motion, but they said that it was like a
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    • in a new epoch of life. In like manner the spiritual beings who remain
    • system. I should like at least to indicate that in reality a comet is
    • earlier like this (see below). The facts of the Akasha Chronicle show
    • In this sense I should like now, at the end of our course of lectures,
    • feeling, I should like at their close to take farewell of you all.
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    • today as if they were legal ordinances, that is, like the laws of any
    • more like the God who revealed himself to Moses in the burning bush.
    • weakens the strength that should flow into his ego. Likewise does he,
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    • memory, more or less, of the ancient dream-like condition in which he
    • special form. The subject and the predicate must be alike, since it
    • beginning of his development and is like a vessel that is gradually
    • world spread out, as it were, like a carpet before his senses. In
  • Title: Three Paths: Lecture I: The Path through the Gospels and The Path of Inner Experience
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    • this question. Things are like this today, my dear friends, but in a
    • This which comes from spiritual worlds may be called whatever we like;
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    • considerations culminated, I would like to say that out of them the
    • evolution, are not destined to have incarnations like man. But, if a
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    • thorough strokes we would like to regard Savonarola's actions.
    • also, like Savonarola, see the great De Medici, of Lorenzo de
    • hour arrives.” The Florentine crowds cheered like they
    • Anthroposophy. The figure of Savonarola is like a distant sign
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • being passes through this threefoldness in an age like the springtime
    • equilibrium utterly unlike that in which it later moves about in the
    • that proceeds out of the astral — is utterly unlike these things
    • pre-earthly life is here reactivated. If to the prayer-like formula,
    • Such is the situation likewise when our actions, our conduct is such
    • other person likewise as a spiritual being. It is out of action based
  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture II
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    • death. And the ancient idea, I should like to say, of the state of
    • derived from the Gospels, that the child-like heart took possession
    • there was overshadowed also the child-like memory of the Palestine
    • I should like to call your attention to something very interesting,
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    • like it in Middle Europe. But what we find in Middle Europe, in
    • the words of a man like Jacob Grimm when he touches on things
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    • laboratories, scientific institutes, hospitals and the like. The old
    • a man like Scotus Erigena to speak of Rights as modern people speak,
    • would have been like if the Christ Event at the beginning of our era
    • time. One can give terribly intelligent answers to questions like:
    • get the child to be what I like? But such questions have no
    • discovery is made, like a man who is left a legacy and forgets to
    • I can only express it in a picture — are like one who only half
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    • they would look like! It is a very good thing that babies are still
    • nothing. We may refute materialism as often as we like, nothing will
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    • like.”
    • philosophies of men like Heraclitus, Anaxagoras and others; the
    • should be like this or like that — then we are being unjust to
    • moments when he gave vent to words like these:
    • This rings tragically, like a cry, through Nietzsche's
    • who lives in the Spirit, like a continuous bursting of bubbles; it is
    • indeed progress. Then we shall speak of the Spirit which is so like
    • our human nature. The soul is most of all like the Spirit, therefore
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    • thinking which human beings today do not like because they feel as if
    • ants were swarming in their brain. They do not like it when something
    • for some centuries; evolution took this direction. Men of genius like
    • like a thorn in the flesh. This thorn enters their heart and they
    • are not alive. And if like Bergson one seeks in philosophy for
    • does not become like the child before puberty, one cannot enter the
    • Kingdom of Heaven. Childlikeness, youthfulness, must be brought into
    • transparent; then, like clouded lenses before our eyes, they would
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    • epochs, we find a great range of inner impulses arising like
    • like the early flush of dawn. You will often have heard those fine
    • as little as a man of sixty can behave like a baby can we live at a
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    • like this should just try how they can make school all joy for the
    • difference there is must see it like this: Albertus Magnus seems to
    • one might begin like that but very soon one heard: No, there is to be
    • like to know why I am expected to know what he is reading. There is
    • movements like the theosophical movement. Many were no longer young,
    • satisfy. The human being unwilling to take in anything is like a lung
    • to be in harmony, that does not come only out of himself like the
    • full of pictures and dream-like, whereas the life of soul we bear
    • I should like to turn your mind's eye to a constitution of the
    • fact that a human being might have something he would like to tell
    • in the next few days. I should like to give you a graphic description
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    • towards an inner activity of the soul. I should like to preface what
    • what I should like to call modern clairvoyance ceases to be anything
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    • a mere revolt against the older generation, for then it becomes like
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    • cured of certain childlike religious ideas by the Lisbon earthquake,
    • the length of his childlike episode, and you will find that with
    • were not like that people would flock to the cinema? This longing for
    • who entertain such thoughts are like those who were to say that if
    • this, my dear friends, is like-wise the attitude we need today in the
    • artistically, and one feels that what he can do one would like to be
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    • humanity. Men had to become like this to find through inner effort,
    • alike. It would be quite a thing — so say people today —
    • would it be like were the little child not to change, were he to look
    • Is he like me or is he different? And if we believe him to be like
    • ourselves, we consider him a fine fellow; if he is not like
    • that we have found someone like ourselves. But in this way we do not
    • we live in an embodied intellect in which we are entangled, not like
    • a spider in its own web, but like countless flies which have got
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    • experience through true knowledge of man. We really become childlike
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    • still of a spiritual nature; it wafted like a magic breath through
    • is something living. The spiritual is not like bones. The spiritual
    • is like the blood. And the blood needs vessels in which to flow. What
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • like to drive us out beyond ourselves. Expressed in pathological
    • conception; let's get rid of him. We should then be behaving like
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    • descended from the animal. This is something like a
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    • men of earlier periods spoke about subjects like the air in the way
    • fact that he arranges mineral particles in a human-like shape. But
    • so likewise there exists no one-sided beauty in the real world. The
    • It exists like the other revelations. But it does not force itself
    • oppresses our souls like a terrible nightmare. We see today how the
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    • the Mysteries like a kind of mountain summit of human spiritual
    • so likewise, in human history, we have epochal transitions. Today,
    • “know thyself” exists like a longing, but this “know
    • of consciousness like the surging up of dreams. And the actual life of
    • its course in a dreamlike manner, as it were. For most human beings it
    • dreamlike fashion — one becomes aware of the fact that something
    • stratum is of a dreamlike and confused character. And here, “in
    • most human beings like a confused waking dreaming. It is very
    • Our soul life is like a scale beam which has to try to establish
    • one half centuries there was bestowed upon the human being, like a
    • ancient Mystery culture, which has settled like a head-memory of this
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    • imparted to us that of like nature to that which was imparted to human
    • must become much more soul-like, much more spiritual.
    • nature will be something like a kind of spiritual breathing process.
    • intellectual act of my inner nature. This ebbs away like a flame.
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    • like to draw your attention to only one point, on fact:
    • facts are actually true. I should like to give you an example of this:
    • “direction”! People who think like this are in a position to
    • everyone in the same way. A child that has died would like to have a
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    • through a quite definite spiritual event which I should like to
    • is always around us like the air, and in which the so-called dead
    • likewise constitute a nightmare for him.
    • like very much, indeed, to throw light from this background upon much
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    • he had discovered them in cases like the following. You will
    • is interesting to see how someone like Jung, who handles this
    • introverted type. It growls like demons.
    • up some friend whom he had liked quite well, and says: This is
    • say things like that. The unfortunate thing is that even
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    • in this domain, likes nothing better than a vague,
    • would like to form an opinion of present scholarly ethics. You
    • willing spread out from one another like a fan.
    • future whoever wishes to evaluate a life like Nietzsche's will
    • man like Dr. Freud is obliged to stretch the sexual domain over
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    • fall likewise into two classes: those of which we cannot say
    • visionary quality, the spiritual thing remains like a solid
    • alike but, if we may speak figuratively, it darkens upon the
    • something to itself, but in Devachan it is like that;
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    • the image of the rose arises has, like the consciousness
    • subconscious powers that act like magic in this outer world.
    • looks like is seen in a spiritual picture. The human
    • sounds or something of the kind. These are heard just like any
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    • meets a man and begins to love him. The matter is not like
    • and I should like to close these considerations by
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    • beings not only appear alike in their physiognomy, but that also the
    • That is what I should like to call the most material way of thinking
    • and develops like the earlier races. Progress is made by ever-new
    • the two become one, when the external becomes like the inner, then man
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    • photograph. People notice what the photograph looks like, and say: Now
    • thereby a complete picture, because they are not alike — and
    • more like a living dream, yet it had a living connection with reality.
    • world in Abraham, like any other seed, had to develop more and more.
    • like the laws of number of the stars, out there in the cosmos.
    • generations should carry laws in themselves, like the starry laws in
    • say: This people, like a great individual, must so develop from
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    • felt something like a portraying of external relationships, of
    • something which formed a warm, hut-like enclosure. The letter
    • house-like, could surround a being. One could not utter the
    • power of stretching out its forces like tentacles, to look
    • works at the plough in the old Persian agriculture. He looks like a
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    • should like to take some of those subjects we have had here
    • by way of preparation, I Should like to point to a few
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • human beings will not admit this. They like to have truths
    • inward truth as though it were a reality like the external
    • external reality, like that of our environment, in our next
    • so Comte tried to present a like harmony in his great work on
    • should like it to have a place in your souls. We shall then
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    • should be like a hammer which one takes in ones hand and gives
    • vanish like dreams. At the end of the earth our dream-ideal
    • but we are accustomed to speak like this to-day) — he
    • under the surface; and, starting from this, I should like to
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture I - The Prometheus Saga
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    • expression of esoteric truths. Today I should like to speak of one of
    • as we are ourselves began, the development of men who, like us, have
    • still thinks predominantly like Epimetheus. However in so far as he
    • Prometheus. Inventions could never be made if all men were like
    • Manas-thinking6. Kama-Manas and Manas run like two streams
  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture II - The Argonaut Saga and the Odyssey
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    • To-day I should like to speak about a very important myth, also Greek,
    • one which, like all myths, can be interpreted at many different
    • on I should like to preface what I have to say by a few more theoretic
    • conflagration seemed to Odysseus like the eye of a giant.
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  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • Since there are some newcomers present to-day, I should like briefly
    • should like to speak of one in particular of those sagas which are
    • Before I begin to speak about this saga, I should like to refer to
    • If you understand all this you see that the Trojan saga, like so many
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture I: Occult Signs and Symbols
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    • spiritual science cannot be like lectures in other areas, which are
    • for instance, would mean the higher trinity and the like. Frequently
    • the etheric body, which, like the ocean, is flooded through by many
    • beings who are actually present, like the Elohim. These beings of
    • an old man. One day Saturn will become an earth. Just as unlikely as
    • to him, so unlikely is it that the earth has developed itself from
    • receding physical forehead, while the etheric body stood out like a
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    • wake the most evil forces of the soul. So likewise do our modern
    • described it, still like effects showed themselves often in human
    • gradually appeared. Objects revealed themselves like lanterns in the
    • parts had densified sufficiently so that a kind of firm ground like
    • What were things like
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    • this, a good explanation, looks like Steiner, but Felix Hau,
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    • able to point to something in it that is of like nature in the human
    • Thus, for example, they did not have heads like the ones you carry on
    • mineral, but also plant-like vibrations. They will speak
    • development, they will generate their like through the larynx. A man
    • soul. Such group-egos are like human egos except that they have not
    • his ego. In the astral world one finds beings like one's self, but in
    • head-like roots towards the earth's center, a man turns his head to
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    • the Rishis, for instance, has never lost life. It permeated, like the
    • like a new birth out of a new fountain. But how could these messages
    • of Mystery Societies, like the Brotherhood of the Holy Grail, and
    • Impulse that is like a cure for the pain of life.’ The Buddha
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    • truth, fire is like a door in front of which one stands. One sees it
    • like the three other elements: one realises one's own inner
    • with everything which like a turbid extract or a materialisation is
    • them, so, in like measure as he tries with his ideas, conceptions and
    • like that of fire, from which smoke comes forth, so that you
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    • like a blackberry or raspberry. What were these eggs? They were the
    • appeared. You would have realised something like a breathing of the
    • Sun is filled with smoke. These forms and currents of smoke are like
    • Like an exhalation and inhalation it produces the interchange of
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    • a time comes when Beings do not only give thoughts and the like, a
    • I should like once more to describe these Archangels, in a simple, I
    • first germ of the smoke-like changing animal bodies, created through
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    • globe which is something like the circles of Thrones, Cherubim,
    • become a circle of Beings like the Thrones, Cherubim, Seraphim, which
    • system, through seven conditions like those our solar system is now
    • fog which in its rotation loosened the Planets around it, like those
    • become like honey or tar, I will willingly allow to wander about in
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    • illusion. He looked like other men, but he was something quite
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    • should like to make an observation to-day at the beginning of this
    • Now, as I have said, I should like to put the thing before you
    • physical part is something like a mirrored reflection of his
    • physical body in a piece of water or the like, and we consider that
    • The lowest part of them which we can find, we must draw like this:
    • composed of separate organs. On the Moon, man was still a being like
    • There is an enormous difference between an etheric body like that of
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    • all alike; but each one is very distinctly different from the other,
    • as dense as gas, it is interpenetrated by an ether-like body.
    • from it of the Sun, and of that dross-like part which is our present
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    • like an external belt around the heavens, with the stars shining
    • first to paint such a belt around it, with red if you like. One would
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    • entire population. You know what such a town looks like after a short
    • consideration will give you an idea of what that future will be like:
    • that they receive from the Godhead. Anything like deliberation,
    • receive it from gazing on the Godhead like the Seraphim, but from the
    • thus stands before our eyes like the construction and the process of
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Lecture II
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    • investigation is like with regard to our astral body and ego. And we
    • death-like condition. And speaking in the abstract, we may say for
    • Now you have become something like two personalities, you are like a
    • like a sword in its scabbard, to be a being which feels itself to be
    • confronting oneself like a double. This is the second experience, and
    • thought, which make the soul like tempered steel. If the soul has
    • what I have called fire up till now, would be like calling the tracks
    • entity which in comparison to these beings of the element is like the
    • like the sun compared to the physical earth. One beholds the higher
    • freedom inside one's ordinary personality, like that of a sword in
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    • seer as a kind of aura or cloud-like formation around the physical
    • stated that in a phenomenon like conscience a modern spiritual seer
    • have developed with forms like dead bodies that lack inner spiritual
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    • I have said here in general terms I should like to illustrate by an
    • rather like learning something important from another individual at a
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    • peoples, we find not only a development of warlike qualities, but
    • hair, and the eyes are narrow and unlike the eyes of the northern
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    • human soul; a being not unlike man, but one who did not descend so
    • so the more modern mystics, piercing inwards, could say like Meister
    • especially are purified in this way. We either, like Meister Eckhart
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    • physical bodies grew more alike and their connection closer and
    • like dew or hoar frost. That peculiar kind of sight was then natural.
    • incarnate like other physical beings upon the earth. Only thus could
    • be developed like everything else in the world.
    • something on like an heirloom to the etheric body? What enables a man
    • experience of feeling and the outer were more like each other. Why
    • you dislike him and he has the same sort of feeling towards you), you
    • physical aspect, but, like everything physical, is also permeated by
    • dark shades of colour. They saw the air pouring in and out again like
    • ruined but did not behave like Oedipus; for he was overcome by
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    • knowledge, are pervaded by something like a recollection of old
    • Persia, something like a recapitulation but of an infinitely more
    • like a sword out of a scabbard. In this experience he became aware of
    • like a soul-light pervading the world, and in it saw the primordial,
    • puzzled out, but rose in the soul like inspirations, surging in
    • equivalent in English sound would be something like Tau-te. There was
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • sucked dry and emaciated! That is like climbing a mountain for the
    • Like philosophy, anthroposophy too must be deepened
    • first years, exactly like hearing and sight. We cannot alter what a
    • Tastsinn, but more often it signifies something like our
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: II. Supersensible Processes in the Activities of the Human Senses.
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    • agreeable or disagreeable, repulsive, and the like. The point,
    • — but to perceive a sound, like “ah,” together with
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • What particular process takes place when we perceive a sound like “a”
    • something like two tentacles, man develops what is called the
    • stretching out like tentacles, while in ordinary people their effect
    • In like manner we have in us currents running upward and
    • without any delicate activity such as reasoning or the like. What
    • be a sheath and something like a blood vessel membrane against the
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    • thinking was once in contact with the outer world, like our sense
    • his whole line of descent was he like a fish or any other animal
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    • like.
    • stimulates something like gratification in our soul, this fact then
    • inner soul life, and that invariably love and hate result. In like
    • your eyes, or the like.
    • because in symbols the likeness is shadowy, nebulous.
    • period. Fancy what it would be like to keep saying to yourself, to
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    • soul life like the continually rising and falling waves of the sea.
    • life and involuntarily Goethe, like every man, was subject to these
    • Visualizations are like parasites, like live beings in the inner
    • present store of conceptions to the new ones, and something like a
    • fail to understand, something like a demon approaches us, as it were,
    • that they are like beings within us. Recall, now, those moments of
    • brought about by the fact that in man's environment something like
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    • should stray into thought processes like Schopenhauer's.
    • directly connected with a sense experience, something like a desire
    • come under the head of concepts like impatience, hope, longing,
    • origins of soul processes like impatience, hope, longing, and so
    • continuous current of desires, but of desires that, unlike those of
    • these two elements precisely balance in this feeling, like equal
    • things, but unlike sense perceptions they do not achieve contact with
    • liked it; or else, it had not satisfied him and he disliked it.
    • case of the dislike the desire itself has remained. This leads us
    • lectures we learned that certain experiences allied to feeling, like
    • like bubbles that lead their own lives in the soul. At a given moment
    • with something like an atmosphere, and it depends upon ourselves
    • of our highest attributes. Don't confuse this with concepts like “the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • Jesus Christ's Descent into Hell. Like The Wandering Jew
    • I should like to ask how many people bemoan something
    • matters, yet I should here like to select names that will recall to
    • empiricist who can choose any names he likes for the proven results
    • freely. The etheric body must have a foil, like a mirror, and this is
    • future comes to your aid. Why, for example, does an old man like to
    • body to make them appeal directly to feeling; that is, a man like
    • body, the result is something like what we designated worthless in
    • to no more than scholastic speculating, it was like a child's first
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • when we like something, we want (will) it. But in passing from the
    • psychology as Brentano's, like something confined within the soul,
    • depart in any way from Aristotle's standpoint because, like the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • Naturally, a philosopher like Hegel, for instance, would find plenty
    • Aristotle something like faith is discernible, faith that in his
    • itself could explain — that is, prove — a philosophy like
    • taken from outer perceptions, abstract concepts, like a circle or a
    • recognize a spirit. Then, when people like Feuerbach, for example,
    • counterpart in external reality, like that of the rose cross, for
    • as I should like to point out to you in the works (1889) of the
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • startled when he runs across something like “imagination leads
    • like proof of the existence of the spirit that will satisfy our personal
    • not coercive or the like. We learned yesterday that error is of a
    • be called unreal, yet did not come into being like an external error
    • worked from the outside by springs or the like, that would produce
    • experienced in the soul, yet it would have to be something like an
    • so expanding the emotions as to include likes and dislikes for one's
    • like a cock crowing, and the outspread arms seemed to her like wings.
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    • grandeur and beauty might be oppressive and prison-like for an
    • world; he can see many vision-like phenomena of the higher world
    • to a humble man must seem great appears to him small, like the tiny
    • through naturally. Then he will gradually notice something like a
    • the remainder of his being, the part of him not freed, becomes like
    • Like other objects, his own being must be kept without.
    • exalted, royal, or the like — Charlemagne, Napoleon, Marie
    • its true likeness. The reply to the oft-repeated query of why one
    • That is the truth, whether we like it or not. One who is
    • seems like an instrument badly out of tune in the harmony of the
    • further what little remains to be said, I should like to remind you
    • pneumatosophy. How did eighteenth century theosophists like Ottinger,
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • Soul which belongs alike to Sun, Moon and Earth. And so when a man
    • the likeness of the harmony in the universe.
    • wide, godlike wisdom, the living wisdom of the Spirit will resound in
    • divine Self, in essence like the Sun, and radiant with light, will
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    • moved over the land, like those to be seen to-day clustering around
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    • childlike, free from life's temptations, free from all that has
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    • with its symbols. The Temple was like a star whose light enabled them
    • like nature to the Father.
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    • like a dream. And there might also well have been individuals who had
    • reached the heights of learning, like the Three Magi from the East, in
    • the moon, and the like, can be predicted. But it is a purely
    • the world of stars was not the machinelike abstraction it has now come
    • death was a kind of dreamlike existence, but on that very account he
    • last surviving remains of this age that men like the three Magi
    • soul in the age of instinctive clairvoyance and dreamlike
    • know — unless, like Novalis, he glimpses it intuitively — that the
    • shed light upon an event like the Mystery of Golgotha. And it was
    • of Wisdom’ like the one in Darmstadt
    • of our own inmost being. Men like Keyserling speak of the need to view
    • possessed by men like the shepherds in the fields. The mood-of-soul in
    • the Shepherd-wisdom — but the child is very unlike the parent! And
    • in a book like my
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    • constellations of the stars something like a countenance of the Divine
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    • likewise selected his sufferings, his death?" The answer he receives
    • and is becoming more and more corpselike. Standing before the huge
    • when there sprang from his soul a poem which seems like a resurrection
    • of ancient and holy Gnostic thoughts pervaded alike by the Christ-Love
    • intelligible only to the Mother, in a language unlike any other
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    • speak like that along the lines of the theory of knowledge, for there
    • different periods of man's development were all exactly alike, he
    • capacities and qualities of man must likewise differ. This signifies
    • turning-point, so likewise do the Great Teachers.
    • third, of the Egypto-Chaldean period. The sixth will, in like manner,
    • crisis; while other periods are in certain respects like one another,
    • seventh period, and these latter will resemble the former. A like
    • etheric body of such a teacher must not work like those of other men,
    • body would have looked like an astral body of the Old Persian period.
    • the others. Outwardly he looked like other men, but inwardly he was
    • like the rising and shining of a sun. What tradition has retained
    • others. A higher Individuality had come down and was like the radiance
    • earth-evolution. Thus the picture on earth, is something like this:
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    • further. A person who would like to have that carried out might
    • those interested or likely to become interested for the purpose of
    • There may be certain orders of mind of our day who would like to have
    • change, will like his calling, — that his interest in it grows
    • moved to a righteous anger by anything like injustice, although it may
    • to understand it. I always like to remind you of how fortunate it is
    • materialistic thinking. I should like to illustrate this by an
    • persons desire to learn about a spiritual Movement like Anthroposophy
    • He said he did not like the way in which Anthroposophy splits up
    • watering-pot or the like. In the same way our astral and etheric
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    • acquired the likeness to God in our ego, before the acceptance of the
    • likeness to God, the possibility of finding the good within ourselves,
    • a being still insufficiently prepared to acquire the likeness to God.
    • who still had an inkling that there had been something like a primeval
    • with the old dream-like, twilight consciousness. The consciousness of
    • happenings; in like manner man still experienced in Treta Yuga in a
    • was more like a memory. It might be compared with the way a grown man
    • childhood; it was not a dream!’ That was like the state of things
    • became more and more likely to bring on earth that which is known as
    • became ‘like to the Gods,’ but in return for this he
    • acquired qualities which were in nowise ripe for the likeness to God.
    • decision within itself to develop increasingly a likeness to God, it
    • it and would like to make it further known; it has come because it is
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    • signifies something like ‘possessor of force’). He must have
    • ‘Jedidjah’, a word signifying something like ‘the
    • there was a dream-like clairvoyance. In this man was, in ecstasy,
    • intellectual soul he is a human being like ourselves. Something shines
    • is like the predicate, ‘Blessed (or God-filled) are they who
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    • the like. There he found that from which the soul itself came forth:
    • alike. It exists equally in man and woman. In this respect there is no
    • macrocosm, man and woman would be alike, but as it is they form
    • The Spiritual behind the material form does not look like that,
    • Is there anything which carries into the present time something like
    • of a woman is as that of Comet to Moon. If you like you may perhaps
    • pursues its course like the life of a good citizen, from day to day.
    • like the life of the good citizen — one day is like
    • the like, these correspond to such events in ordinary life as, for
    • come upon the process of Cosmic happenings like a new citizen entering
    • saw it in dream-like ecstatic conditions, or by looking into his own
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    • that precious possession of the human soul, which speaks like the
    • almost like the shadow of that Impulse. In order to understand this,
    • is concerned they pass away, like many another thing in the
    • like the content of the civilizations themselves. But when we stand
    • Personality stands like a sign-post, to cast off the disposition
    • Therefore it throws its first rays like a rosy dawn, towards Greece
    • passions, — and speaks there like a voice from God, urging man to
    • pressing forth from the depths of the soul. Conscience speaks like an
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    • run more like this: ‘The day of transition from an activity on
    • or would like to feel about it, was bound to come, for it already lay
    • find another stream of like nature in that which came to the old
    • of all this to something like the following question: ‘Are the
    • supposed to do so are not authoritative. Drews and all those of like
    • experienced! Suffering, death and resurrection are like a uniform in
    • experience something like the following: As soon as they have acted in
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    • cut off from him because of our feelings or affection or dislike that
    • envelop us like a visionary cloud. Such meetings after death are
    • like a cloud and on the basis of them we must develop the faculty to
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    • hermit-like spirits depends upon whether we were or were not of a
    • like this, but when it is a question of passing on to practical
    • of religion quite impartially. To such a congress I should like to
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    • other circumstances. As this is a special meeting, I would like to
    • like to speak of the period that for super-sensible perception is of
    • I would like to relate a particular instance. In the twelfth century
    • being limited by the Moon orbit as by a skin. It is like this and it
    • lack of morality into this realm dwells in it like a hermit. It may
    • objective occult research. Beyond the Moon the human being is like a
    • inhabitants, but his redeeming deed was not quite like the Mystery of
    • who approach us from all sides like rays.
    • two personalities. The statues rest on pedestals, and it is likely
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    • community only with those of like feelings who shared the same creed
    • and it arises in the soul like an elemental power, that all
    • I should like the following to be put quite exactly to the test. In
    • the world, “Be conscious that you are like the Gods!” One
    • that men are like the Gods is an absolute confirmation of this.
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    • other reason, a man in his ordinary consciousness strongly dislikes
    • kamaloca this is hardly likely, that he would encounter another soul
    • sense, it would pulsate like life blood and there would be less
    • late. It is unlikely that events will happen in this grotesque
    • like. Thus it is morality that makes us capable of drawing the forces
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    • something, is dependent. We likewise feel a dependency in our
    • killed. I would like to draw your attention to the fact that we might
    • find all those of a like inclination towards the divine spiritual.
    • of a like confession, but also to form a relationship with mankind as
    • nature, that he can become like God. You can become God-like, a
    • space, like giant spheres. After we as souls have received the forces
    • I would like to mention something that happened to me last autumn and
    • prayer-like feelings. That is what our present time requires. Our
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    • recognize a great genius if he were dressed like a teamster. One has
    • I would like to pose the following question. Can someone who is not
    • like a plant. You may recall that a scientist, Raoul Francé,
    • to alternate between sleeping and waking like the plants. If there
    • return into the body is to a certain extent like the setting of the
    • sun and moon, and it also marks the end of the plant-like existence.
    • growth-forces wane as man awakens. Inasmuch we are plant-like, we die
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    • and what shone from their souls was like the light of the sun.
    • and ideas about the spiritual world in a childlike manner. As a
    • from death to rebirth like one who has no ears and therefore cannot
    • hear a sound, like the one who has no eyes and cannot perceive a
    • it sets the surroundings, disappear from our view. Likewise, things
    • does this to him, the other that; he likes the one, dislikes the
    • That is the wish that I could like to express to you at the end of
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    • experienced her words like a blessing and I could not have conceived
    • one of whom would like the other to say a few words, but the other is
    • I would like you to realize that there is something of far greater
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    • the Greeks as fearfully warlike. This mission of Mars came to an end
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    • he would have liked to do. These situations are not difficult to
    • dead are confined to a definite place like a being who is living in a
    • with all warlike, aggressive elements in the evolution of humanity.
    • warlike aggressiveness. Belligerency, if one may use this word, was
    • the aggressive, warlike element on Mars. It was Buddha's
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    • would like to present supplementary considerations to add to what is
    • But he added, “When I lived on earth my wife was like sunshine
    • we see that spiritual science is like a language by means of which
    • in a period like our own, when world-conceptions that are alien to
    • more likely than not that a person falls asleep after a meal or some
    • effective by many of our friends, that I would like to term,
    • read to the dead or converse with them in thought. I would like to
    • hermit-like existence or establishes contact with other human souls
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    • like moral ideas. Here on earth men are grouped in accordance with
    • find people of like religious confessions grouped together.
    • experienced togetherness with those of like religious confession, or
    • can appear repeatedly on earth is like saying that the beam of a
    • reveals that a person who dies at an early age is less childlike in
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    • externally, quite similar to a plant-like being that also forms its
    • only arise on earth, and they ray forth like a light into the
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • and in like manner three hundred pfennigs for each of a hundred
    • another spring; the water from it would like to leap down in the same
    • or stream but of the history of mankind, and suppose someone like the
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • things. But the hypothetical “Jacob Boehmes”, like the
    • There is something else I should like to mention in order to show
    • get out of it anything like the perception of blue, red, etc. Thus if
    • deeply into the matter knows that this objection is like saying: “You
    • as you like on what the senses tell us and bring forward ever so
    • This is rather like an atomist saying: “I hold that only atoms
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    • contact with it, like the dog who sniffs at substances and tries to
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • like Schopenhauer, take as basis of the universe a unified soul which
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • mental-zodiacal sign of Aries; in like manner let us mark
    • relation to one another in the soul of man is exactly like that of
    • the best, guided by his intuitions — he is like the intuitive
    • which one may say that it is shaped like a half-hemisphere, those
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    • field, I should like to illustrate one of these points of view by
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • activity, the brain is made into a mirror-like apparatus for
    • organism so that he inclines to Idealism. In like manner are the
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    • Meeting, I should like to speak from a particular standpoint about
    • and in like manner three hundred pfennigs for each of a hundred
    • another spring; the water from it would like to leap down in the same
    • or stream but of the history of mankind, and suppose someone like the
    • what I have said is clear enough. I should like particularly to
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    • things. But the hypothetical “Jacob Boehmes”, like the
    • There is something else I should like to mention in order to show
    • get out of it anything like the perception of blue, red, etc. Thus if
    • deeply into the matter knows that this objection is like saying: “You
    • as you like on what the senses tell us and bring forward ever so
    • This is rather like an atomist saying: “I hold that only atoms
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    • contact with it, like the dog who sniffs at substances and tries to
    • something that passes like a planet through the twelve zodiacal
    • like Schopenhauer, take as basis of the universe a unified soul which
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • mental-zodiacal sign of Aries; in like manner let us mark
    • relation to one another in the soul of man is exactly like that of
    • the best, guided by his intuitions — he is like the intuitive
    • which one may say that it is shaped like a half-hemisphere, those
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    • field, I should like to illustrate one of these points of view by
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • activity, the brain is made into a mirror-like apparatus for
    • organism so that he inclines to Idealism. In like manner are the
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    • together, one of which no doubt a great part of mankind would like to
    • the bearer of likes and dislikes, of desires and passions —
    • first. It has produced the physical body and likewise the etheric
    • all-important role. I should like to quote just one example. A great
    • would not admit that many an animal physiognomy looks like the
    • continually beside them like a guardian of life? Pain makes us aware
    • countenance of the thinker something lies like a repressed pain.
    • is like a poison which becomes remedy when it is changed into
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    • makes for egoistic, selfish action. But a thinker like St. Paul would
    • the physical organism these four members are blended in a man like
    • becomes free, in like manner the moment the astral principle is free
    • explanation of the human organism, and a man is like an extract
    • we like to put it so, simply out of things that were originally
    • swing over to the other side like a pendulum. The possibility is
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    • like a lantern in fog — and during the night were
    • Side, that life in the spirit can defeat death. Like lightening
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    • an occurrence in life, like the student in physics observing the
    • root in his soul. Looking more closely into the matter we are likely
    • perceptions with regard to this blow of fate. We shall very likely be
    • something like a telescope. Think how deeply you must search in order
    • said that a comet must contain something like cyanide combinations in
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    • own special soul life, but rather as something like automata. It has
    • evolution, while the animals have preserved it like thrifty
    • by separation of the grosser parts. Something like this was also
    • their forces, in the stress of evolution like the denser constituents
    • indeed, look like wood — that would be too gross a conception.
    • during the critical period, for a being cannot go just where it likes.
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    • however, who would like to take part in the combat should also be
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    • order to make it clearer I should like to explain one of the facts
    • do conscious forces, but rather like the organising forces. Seated
    • described: In a preceding life the individuality in question disliked
    • should now like to emphasise is that Luther had a certain repugnance
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    • is the awakening of the astral body, something like a consciousness
    • principles is like a plant of the present day. We meet here a third
    • we have during sleep, like the plant consciousness. It is not
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    • morality which burns him like the most dreadful of fires. And there is
    • birth and death. But it is not they themselves who do not like it; it
    • to hold. On the other hand, he is present, like the flies in the dirty
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    • work! We see from this that people like Charlemagne, Aristotle, Luther
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    • a species feels the death of an animal like the death of a limb which
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    • may nevertheless be fully proved. I should like, however, to take this
    • of matter and of substance, I should like to say the following:
    • In this connection I should like to note that just in such times as
    • counterpart to be found. I should like to show you this in a very
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    • has nevertheless become a lasting possession. It is just like a tree
    • like to draw your attention, showing you the profound importance of
    • should like to characterise.
    • will have an experience something like the following. After taking
    • likeness and picture of that which we may call the deepest
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    • consider in this lecture cycle. First of all, I would like to call to
    • itself like a dark veil before it, so that any impressions recede
    • to the latter only when something is experienced like the Saturn
    • picture forms that enweave themselves into the cosmic web like the
    • one like a part of oneself, yet as though coming from far away: this
    • from odds and ends that look like melodrama.
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    • harmful activity, but rather that — like the others whom we
    • luciferic powers to free his thinking from a mere photograph-like
    • what one likes to have in superficial physical drama. If Maria's
    • thrown back again, flying back and forth like this in turbulent
    • happens. It is not pleasant to be thrown back and forth like a rubber
    • vehemence, as a person who could well appear absurd to someone like
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    • for life here must swing like a pendulum between waking and sleeping,
    • this self-willing is necessary; like the alternation of sleeping and
    • right and healthy for the physical world. What is thinking like in
    • seems, where you don't find thoughts that are like those in the
    • would have ants in your head instead of thoughts! It is just like
    • world; they let the human soul do anything it likes with them. But it
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    • the top to its center. Then comes something like a circle that is not
    • more like reading. The pictures before one are indeed a cosmic
    • recognizing that this whole world of pictures — woven like a
    • read this cosmic writing is anything like learning to read in the
    • and apparently quite logical. Someone like Ferdinand Fox,
    • has to do something very much like reading. If we look at what has to
    • by a man who means well and who would like very much to come by
    • so — but not as Maeterlinck demands them. He would like to have
    • naturally meet with a great deal of opposition from people like
    • situation will always be like that, showing how the impressions could
    • one was like in an earlier life is something we ordinarily cannot
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    • should like to help everyone understand, if I can, the
    • one would like to acquire about spirit and spiritual beings or about
    • one could call them elemental beings — were like besiegers of
    • activities, such as farming, cattle raising and the like.
    • and the figures that came from outside like besiegers are the
    • all, he now understood everything extremely well. Something like a
    • history, the more you find languages like this, which resemble the
    • listening. Some people are more likely to ponder about everything
    • introspectively. Others don't like to think but will go around
    • within our own souls like hermits, nor is it necessary to devote
    • inwardly forceful that our own thought appears before us like a
    • meditation moves like a river. He understands that in lawful measure
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    • In connection with this I would like to mention
    • ideas that easygoing human beings today like to form in order to
    • would like to do. It is absolutely correct to say that the ahrimanic
    • People would like things to be as easy as that for the higher worlds,
    • consciousness can not know it. Like another being we will find our
    • see that something like Inspiration in the spiritual world reveals
    • like an external world which we look back on, saying, “All that
    • like an objective spectator, standing nearby, though at the
    • we are like nothing at all, but then, even as a nothing, we are born
    • contents. We learn now to recognize ourselves when we are like a
    • third, the middle part, the mere point-like part, develops itself and
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    • other entities. As a point-like being, we confront what we might call
    • you know one, you know them all; it's like knowing all oat grains
    • be likened to the grotesque act of sticking one's head into an ant
    • Thus conditions are met that allow the further development of a soul like
    • Lucifer's influence, a being like that portrayed in the Spirit of
    • she therefore meets Astrid and Luna but not Philia. A soul like hers
    • self, you will also have a feeling that can be described like this:
    • speak, and how one, now a point-like being, must listen to the
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    • custom, but now, at the end of this cycle, I would like to refer to
    • those nowadays who like to blow themselves up into a professional
    • different ways. I would like to mention just one of them, not to
    • these lectures, and now I should like to add only a few details to
    • it looks exactly like the reproduction of physical impressions. In
    • sphere would be to say every so often something like this: “I
    • make others and not ourselves responsible for what we don't like, we
    • unique; it is not like a snake slipping off its skin but rather a
    • imagine a great swarm of gnats. From a distance it looks like a
    • something like a gentle whisper from the spiritual world; it gives
    • the same time, we would also like to welcome, as the best and often
    • can clearly feel all this. Actually, one would so much like to leave
    • way and find its home, so that we discern our anthroposophy like a
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    • these two lectures I should like to speak to you from the point of
    • after their own image and likeness, the so-called ministering angels,
    • likeness of God!” Then Jehovah collected — so continues
    • Now, I should here like to mention that a certain idea, taken from
    • being, we have really before us something like an image of the great
    • look at the matter from a spiritual point of view. Here I would like
    • officials of the Dresden Gallery said something like this to him: “We
    • I should like to draw your attention to two things, when speaking on
    • Still another fact I should like to put before you, and that is the
    • I should like to put before you a simple fact which will show you the
    • may be that we shall hear something like the following from him: “I
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    • grasp something like an answer to a question of such far-reaching
    • Inspiration, we find that all their statements are alike. Then there
    • pre-Christian development was like. In the beginning man came forth
    • with the earth, have evolved like two opposite poles. Christ and the
    • If we look at it like this, then it is true that we feel ourselves
    • All things in the world would stand opposed to other things, like
    • agreement found. It is this that can work like an anthroposophical
    • This is the way in which I should like you to take our meeting here in
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    • Today I would like to direct your attention again to the Greco-Latin
    • world. And running through all this, like light shining over it all
    • were a people devoid of fantasy. Unlike the Greeks, their souls were
    • themselves like great lords and thought it an easy thing to take over
    • and law. There followed something like a renewal of Greek culture from
    • Plato and Aristotle. Plato, whom many would like to see in this
    • have derived their life from it. We see how, in a philosopher like
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    • was like a repetition of their attempt made in Atlantean times, and it
    • with reality. They must get busy, like Goethe, and, working in quite a
    • it had upon her! You can observe how strong the specter-like working
    • a man like Machiavelli. You will find in him the symbol for the
    • in the normal direction. Over against a figure like Machiavelli, who
    • study their connections. A man like Jacob Boehme felt free
    • Sand, you will find a fine description of his soul life. I would like
    • that he feels like crying out when they find expression in him.
    • you. I would like, however, to indicate certain phenomena of our time
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    • like living over a volcano. It is, however fully in accord with the
    • from two sides, even geographically, that will burst like a storm into
    • following for the teachings that came from them. Like a single central
    • it, as we have seen, in a word that sounded something like the word
    • sounded something like Taotl. Taotl was thus an ahrimanic
    • scaffold-like structure, a kind of catafalque, was rounded off above
    • his kin. This spirit was designated with a word that sounded like
    • which is like the surface crust of a volcano.
    • superficially as modern people like to do to avoid giving pain. If,
    • especially like to inscribe into your souls today. The first is: A man
    • Today, I should only like to add that when, twice seven years ago, our
    • days ago. I should like again today to stress what must not be
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    • like letters that can be read. In this domain the meaning of existence
    • breaks and periods, with wave-like depressions and elevations, bring
    • being preserved like a fine thread. Those of whom I spoke as holding
    • counts is not that someone thinks he would like the good or that he
    • Europeans refuse to become like the Chinese and if Chinese conditions
    • scientists of the spirit our answer would not be, like Ku Hung Ming's,
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    • like to hear the truth but only blessedness, as it is often called.
    • scaffold-like structure. The one to be murdered was tied to this and
    • Quetzalcoatl is described as a figure with a serpent-like body, as a
    • scaffold-like structures and cut out their stomachs with expert skill.
    • below the threshold of consciousness like lava, like volcanic forces
    • birth ad absurdum, through leanings to sacrifice and the like.
    • world. Those who are unwilling to do this are like a man who says,
    • “Evil elements! Oh no, I don't like them; I don't like them at
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    • the depths of old cultural impulses. Today I should like to speak a
    • One who sees the living earth, however, knows that magnetism is like a
    • Whose lifetime lingers on like tale forgot
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    • must draw lines like these when one thinks of the orbits of earth and
    • imagine these to be reality. Men had to be educated like this in these
    • will not think about the super-sensible is like a farmer who says to
    • One comes, however, upon all sorts of peculiar explanations, like the
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • themselves out, of which we must say: “They cannot go on like
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    • I should like to recall to you one personality, a truly materialistic
    • which modern humanity describes as Godlike, is simply Luciferic. They
    • as do so many academic persons and the like. If we faithfully travel
    • to what is truly Christ-like, only then will they again celebrate in
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    • the working, the destroying like a corpse, goes on in our nerve and
    • circumstances like any other, and they will sleep through what has in
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    • like a mirror. Indeed, comparison with a mirror approaches reality far
    • self-knowledge is indeed like standing before a mirror. We stand,
    • Almost like a premonition of what it ought to be, we are faced by
    • movement like this effectively fruitful for the evolution of mankind.
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    • Meeting you today with New Year Greetings, I should like to express
    • future, I should like, by way of introduction to our New Year
    • hand, we hear a personality like Lenin saying: “Among people of
    • others like-minded had said. The necessity of building further upon
    • This example could be multiplied many times. Those who write like the
    • too, I see many who would like to doze over things that reveal
    • something I like, but I do not want to have anything to do with social
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    • we join the concepts together like the links of a chain that there is
    • it. If I give a lecture I cannot do so like one who speaks on external
    • the sun-like being itself. What we see everywhere in mineral, in plant
    • inspirational knowledge is the power to perceive this sun-like being
    • volitional life like? For instance, we have a certain conception, and
    • atavistic, dreamlike way, but today it has to be in full
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    • within the human being like an elemental force, and on the path of
    • lecture, where the power of thought is deadened and becomes like a
    • The spiritual thought he experienced in a somewhat dreamlike,
    • physical body and become like a corpse. In those ancient cults where
    • picture it was more like a pictorial prophecy of what was to come
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    • Gemüt from the viewpoint of anthroposophy, I should like
    • deal. I should like to talk to you about that image with which you are
    • sphere one did not assign beings like present-day men but more exalted
    • mold, so to speak. It could not be an animal form like those destined
    • Adversary, of him who is like an animal and yet not like an animal,
    • would like thoughts to be. Today people like to get along with
    • an event like the conflict between Michael and the Dragon was simply
    • “Saw” them into it, is Rudolf Steiner's expression} like
    • shortly before our time, a deed I should like to characterize in the
    • the like. Rather, we would have something that once again could seize
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    • is not the case. For something like the Christmas Festival to find its
    • animal-like form, yet is really a super-sensible being; that on account
    • would never come to accept dead atoms and the like; he would never
    • It is to absorb something like the idea of Michael's Conflict with the
    • confidence in spirit, something will come over him like an
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    • autumn, I should like today to speak about several prerequisites
    • festivals like Christmas or Easter exerted a far-reaching influence on
    • fixed stars, if you like; and from the results of research in spectral
    • have remained in us as memories or the like. In any case it is
    • Something like fear, something of disappointment enters his dream.
    • imaginations are not abstractly held fast like mere thoughts: we
    • this burying place — like other old cult sanctuaries, the
    • And further: these sun-circles are arranged in the number twelve, like
    • or ugly, if you like — without anything intelligent transpiring.
    • dreamlike clairvoyance — but clairvoyance, nevertheless —
    • superannuated heavenly body of mineral which, like a kind of mirror,
    • various phases of the moon and the weather. Yet those who, like Gustav
    • Frau Professor Fechner and likewise Frau Professor Schleiden caught
    • rainwater in such barrels, like everybody else. Now, the natural thing
    • being in us: or again, breathing and the circulation seem like
    • thinking moved higher up toward the head and became purer, like the
    • thing in life to forget oneself; but in a case like this we should not
    • offer the human soul anything that can seem like a cosmic experience.
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    • the correct method, a statement of what the heart looked like three
    • Like all super-sensible observation, all this passes over into
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    • dominoes or such like, in order, as is frequently said, to pass the
    • we may be completely dissatisfied with the present and would like to
    • was at that time; or anything of a like nature which may bring the
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    • perceive, what bears a likeness to Ahriman. He is in a sense
    • only able to see those beings like unto himself, because he can only
    • develop in humanity. They would like to change what is sub-human —
    • Thus he did not become eloquent like the Athenian boy,
    • climate and such like, also to the impulses which lie in his psychic,
    • I should now like to speak from quite another aspect
    • this exercise is regularly practised like the other exercises
    • himself to the feeling that his thinking is like a breathing in
    • light. Man then feels his thinking, he feels it like a breathing in
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    • present like an eye of the earth itself for the whole cosmos.
    • into very many separate parts. One would like to imagine, and indeed
    • very like that which one receives as an impression in another domain
    • not like that of earthly speech. This language which can only be
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    • anything like the air we now breathe. In the air we breathe today
    • has placed them in the earth. The quartz, the silica and such like
    • cosmos was transparent, and its relative hardness, its wax-like
    • touch. If we could have grasped it, it would have felt like wax.
    • in and then gradually hardening. Silica had a wax-like consistency at
    • that when such silicates in the wax-like condition began to condense
    • one could distinguish in them something like a kind of plant-form.
    • something like distinctive marks of an ancient time are to be found.
    • something like the outline of a plant-form. At that time it was quite
    • substantially photographed in this wax-like body.
    • plant-form shoots up, a tremendous plant-form, like our present algae
    • (sea-weed) or even like a palm. But it shoots up. It does not grow
    • fluid albumen-like element. Such an observer would see green ever
    • the earth but of plants which like air-clouds appear from out of the
    • deposited in the wax-like substance of which I have spoken. But apart
    • of our present-day gristle. Such jelly-like animals existed in this
    • everything about these limbs is like a snail which can extend and
    • substances developed in an older form, soft, thick and wax-like. The
    • substance. And there arose reptiles, lizard-like animals, more
    • First of all cloud-like structures, continually arising and
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    • up towards the head something like heat, and this heat, this fire,
    • catches hold of the thought. Downwards there flows something like a
    • embodied in the word — the air, like a glandular secretion,
    • his own being; it is like a memory which rises within him. As regards
    • silica the plant-forms appeared, those cloud-like formations becoming
    • which struggled, as it were, to be solved like a riddle; in the
    • for a solution. Like a question the animal-kingdom arose within the
    • something arises like memory in the earth-substance. This memory we
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    • world. In order to amplify the theme already treated, I should like
    • the pupil fell on something like bodies of light raying inwards with
    • which from time to time were like inwardly active flames of fire. So
    • speak. He had now attained something like the Inner Word. It was as
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    • echo within him — a soul numbness which felt like a bodily
    • lay pressing down the trees or the like, really things which, as has
    • have become like the elastic but hollow statue.” And he felt an
    • Summer before his consciousness in continuous change may be likened
    • upon ice and snow. This changed into whirling, falling snow, like a
    • of this annihilation first of all something like nature-dreams are
    • dreamlike magical Summer experience he had gained the insight can
    • me. Out of my inner Being like the pictures of Phantasy grow
    • last lecture, something like a vision of the Christ appeared before
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    • dreamlike summer landscape. The pupil was prepared beforehand to have
    • like the water of today, rather I might say as if gelatinous, like
    • present sense of crystallization or the like. That which was hard as
    • like; all bone matter is the same. Mineral matter is different. But
    • at that time there was a mineral-like substance built up out of
    • able to give at least dreamlike indications of what I have shown you
    • the rose then he would experience something like a weak shadow of
    • had experienced something like the stripping off of his whole
    • felt in himself something like a springing-up of flames; he was now
    • he was suddenly something like a flaming thing, also something like a
    • has spread itself abroad like a great spirit which encircles me with
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    • once said that though Aristotle was a gifted pupil yet he was like a
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    • thee and wouldst like to be carried upwards by this warm air into the
    • wouldst like simply to observe it in its results, by means of thy
    • experiences on his warlike expeditions. Try and think of the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XII: The Mysteries of the Samothracian Kabiri
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    • with truth, what a quartz crystal feels like, what a hair feels like,
    • what the human skin feels like, what the skin of an animal feels
    • like, what silk or velvet feel like. Man is today capable of that. He
    • seed which appears like this _ unless we knew, at the same time, what
    • the aniseed plant looks like? The ancients would have said: “What
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • I should like to try and make clear to you the way in
    • like to give you an instance of this, one which is probably well
    • known to any of you who have learnt a little chemistry. I should like
    • knew; and that someone thought he would like as an experiment to try
    • remarkably like our modern instruments, or at least sufficiently like
    • scientists, like the Apollo of Belvedere of newspaper articles
    • their retorts, they all had very evolved Faust-like natures, for they
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    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • I should like to depict one aspect of what was perceived
    • life, especially in our modern age. A man can sit down like a piece
    • star, he gets parallelisms and such like things. He calculates and
    • In like manner he entered into relation with the Intelligences of the
    • is today studied through the telescope, and is regarded as being like
    • other stars, like other planets. The human body is studied by
    • they are investigated today as though they were both alike.) So a
    • and so on, and thinks that they are all substances of a like nature.
    • infinitely important it is for many people when something like the
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    • idealism, realism, and the like have really taken this form.
    • film. Indeed, many things are like this today. It is as if
    • we read statements like those of Meynert (which nowadays are
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    • mechanistic, idealistic, spiritualistic, or the like
    • that the fluid nature in the human being is likewise permeated
    • and the like — in short it permeates us with an astral
    • purely empirical tests like this, suitably varied in the usual
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    • cramp-like conditions arise, the cause of them being that the
    • transgressions it makes the mistake of speaking like this: such
    • the salt-like element.
    • and the fluid. So likewise in the living and sentient organisms
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    • — as many people would like to assume — that with
    • image-forming activity and the like, are simply the result of
    • then, we notice cramp-like phenomena that are always due to the
    • outwardly is colic and cramp-like conditions of the stomach;
    • encounter a complex of symptoms like the one I have just
    • kind of human phantom. Something like a phantom is there before
    • we find the formation of phlegm and the like, which is quite
    • difficult. This balance is just like a very sensitive pair of
    • This will not suit those who would like to turn medicine into a
    • kidneys operate like a machine that has nothing to work upon
    • applied. Everything that we would like to introduce from the
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    • wouldn't like you to have to sit and simply wait, so I will make a few
    • At this point I would like to warn against a misunderstanding, that of
    • experimental research through observation. Something like our modern
    • achievements that have proceeded from something like materialism,
    • I would like to draw your attention to something else however. You have
    • I assumed something like that; similarly, I would not be making an
    • example, functioning like an object in which there is latent warmth and
    • organism, conditions like hysteria and so on.
    • us from the normal into the pathological. I would like to show you what
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    • certain childlike quality in later life. Those people who age no
    • into later life something of a positive, creative-childlike element who
    • bear the quality of genius. It is this childlike element, this
    • spiritual science. And a person like Schelling sensed them
    • to investigation as one would like nowadays, when people prefer to
    • like, if in its spiritual seeking the proletariat is compelled to
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    • medicine and the like. We should certainly not align ourselves with
    • Something else must also be considered in discussing matters like
    • mental images, the dull, dreamlike life of feelings is perceived and
    • modern physiology and pathology would like to encompass it today; it
    • protein-formation, you could say, toward what I would like to
    • toward the metabolic-limb system there is something like an inverted
    • like that which confronts us, for example, in cases of rheumatism or
    • of plant formation like the one we have in the betula alba. From this
    • get skin eruptions and the like. If we now look hack again to our
    • At that time I would like to go into particular substances.
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    • Tonight I would like to add a few things to the lectures I have been
    • lecturer. I would like to point aphoristically, as it were, to
    • Nevertheless, I would still like to contribute something in this
    • is, the more subconscious, dreamlike, or entirely unconscious soul
    • builds up, through the human blood system, something like a
    • soul-spiritual and yet remain like an image of the soul-spiritual
    • pulmonary tuberculosis, it is precisely such salt-like substances
    • If we consider an illness like diabetes mellitus, for example, which
    • processes of elimination take place like those we find in the
    • actually active in human nature. Now I would like to present something
    • are not able to see into the spiritual world are like the person who
    • like the one who uses the magnet to shoe his horse, who therefore does
    • reason, I would have especially liked it if everything that has been
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    • materialism, idealism, realism and the like, have really taken this
    • many things are like this to-day. It is as if photographs from many
    • statements like those of Meynert — nowadays they are already
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    • mechanistic, idealistic, animistic or the like — when we say,
    • of man is likewise permeated with life. But this is the same as
    • until this moment, still possessed. He wants to have it as like as
    • man with sentient faculties, with qualities of soul and the like
    • purely empirical tests like this, suitably varied in the usual
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    • like. These latter rhythms are constantly broken by man, but the
    • cramp-like conditions arise, the cause of them being that the Ego and
    • but among other errors it makes the mistake of speaking like this:
    • connected with root, stem or seed was called the salt-like in
    • likewise in the living and sentient organism we must look for an
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    • people would like to assume — that with the exception of the
    • diseases, nerve-troubles and the like, as they are often called.
    • image-building mental activity and the like, are simply the result of
    • symptoms of which I am now speaking, we shall often find cramp-like
    • organism. In these other parts of the organism we notice cramp-like
    • itself. Outwardly, there will be colic and cramp-like conditions of
    • like a phantom is there before us if we think of these substances in
    • phenomenon we shall find the formation of phlegm and the like, which
    • extraordinarily difficult. This balance is just like a very sensitive
    • not suit all those who would like to turn medicine into a pure
    • kidneys are like a machine which has nothing to work upon but
    • not help there must play all that we would like to introduce from the
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    • this wider horizon in its most varied aspects that I should like to
    • should like to make a few introductory remarks.
    • Saint-Simon. There are others like them. Model forms of society have
    • answer. Modern industrialism is like a mechanical network spun about
    • distribution.” People think like this with the brain. But in
    • like to show how out of the circumstances of modern life, the social
    • and it has acted like a suggestion on the thoughts, feelings, also on
    • make the economic system dependent on the political system. Men like
    • seems likely to take the place of the financial system. This new
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    • should never come to an end. In fact, we should just as unlikely come
    • everywhere as the occasion demands. In this way I should like my
    • like. In short, a great federation embracing production and
    • associations, are all alike useless; but what they do not see is that
    • significance that facts like these, which might easily be multiplied,
    • conditions have at the same time shut out the view like a curtain
    • commodities can be produced which yield a profit. For I should like
    • abstract thought, so it is likewise impossible to bring forth by
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    • Like a crimson thread
    • institutions. They speak of institutions, but they would like to make
    • alike as they arise.
    • Likewise, out of the
    • In like manner we must ask: What is the cause of the development in
    • like a photograph or an impression of economic interests. There is no
    • regard to their work in words somewhat like these: ‘It is true,
    • The reasons for his nomination will be like those which determine the
    • will be something like becoming a teacher or an educator. Of course,
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    • like an abscess, like a social disease, a kind of cancerous growth,
    • “improvement in political relations” and the like, looked
    • evolution of our art has nevertheless taken. In like manner we have
    • research, lest something like imaginative or artistic intuitions
    • words like the following: ‘A ship moves freely,’ he says,
    • that we attain to something like intellectual humility. But few
    • they cannot penetrate it in spirit. I should like to elucidate this
    • likely to reverence them? Since the middle of the fifteenth century
    • like the following passage:
    • presentiment in heads like In order that this new spirit may take
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    • facts; and I should like to give you a striking example of something
    • no longer be an abstract formation, like the spiritual life which has
    • the spiritual life in complete independence; likewise, the
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    • the inner being; likewise all creations in the sphere of art. If we
    • domination of capital, or of labor, and the like; as to the
    • Now one would like to know how this agrees with the truth. Can the
    • in that of the subconscious. For this reason I should like to
    • hold to be the truth, and what we think is likely to bear fruit, and
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    • like an event of Nature. In Germany, it is true, the medieval
    • England talked about these things (to mention even a man like
    • It would have been practical to talk in words like these in 1914, in
    • We as human beings have our physical bodies, which are heavy just like
    • in the outer world. Likewise, we cannot simply ask: What is the value
    • being in perpetual circulation: like-wise we must consider the Price,
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    • chop wood, or he may get up on to a wheel like this. (There are such
    • foodstuffs in the one case and in the other. Likewise there is no
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    • (which, like all observations, until they lead to action, will be of a
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    • the ordinary way, like the rest of us. Now it is only too easy to miss
    • very likely mean that the new-comer will only be concerned in
    • cut (several times, if you like). But the moment Money returns to the
    • concerned, it is the community.) How property, possession and the like
    • receives as “crystallised Labour” or the like, you would
    • through the difference of level. In like manner there is a, social
    • written something like a formula, but we are not used to building up
    • must be something like a division — that it cannot be a
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    • economical way, or open out new sources or the like, then we are
    • redistribution which may do immense harm to individuals. In like
    • is ordered rightly. There must be something there like the
    • Then we get migraine conditions. In like manner you will see the same
    • by the creation of better manures and the like. Now in every such case
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    • of his dependants, until he will again have completed a like
    • — namely, until he will have made a like product again.”
    • the past — the paints and the like — they no longer have the
    • expounded in the Basler Nachrichten is likely to be obvious. It
    • and the like; but they do not have this effect. Only what is living is
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    • of them in such a way as to make them look like the price of Labour.
    • satisfy his needs during the production of another like product)
    • real Labour; but in forestry, hunting and the like, we come very near
    • were to say: “I should like, once and for all, to eat so much
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    • or the like; by having the power to take it. One does not always
    • Borough Council consisting of people like my friend — as may well
    • unemployed. Let us put up new buildings or the like, then the people
    • know the influence which this equation exerts. Likewise the consumer
    • Likewise if you can form an effective judgment as to the higher or
    • be manufactured or the like.
    • representatives will be present alike. From the most varied branches
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    • mathematical formulas, but, like the ones of which I spoke before,
    • — it may be in the form of Foundations, Scholarships or the like.
    • available for investment — is essentially the man who would like
    • the trouble of having to form an independent judgment. He likes to be
    • like to take straightforwardly, become complicated, so that we may
    • contrary they admire it. In point of method, I should like to say: If
    • guidance, and also by way of deceit, cleverness, slyness and the like.
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    • like, eat them. But suppose I have acquired a very, very large number
    • I should like this to be observed in relation to all the discussions
    • the people like Professor Förster and his kind, who go about
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    • somewhat like the earliest living creatures of Earth-evolution. Thus
    • like a kind of cloud over it all. The exchange, the trade or commerce
    • wear out, like other goods. That is to say, if the body economic
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    • not merely oscillate, like peas, between the function of being
    • Gift-money, again, is all that is spent on endowments and the like
    • into circulation and give it freedom to do what it likes. For we
    • to, the Moon and Venus and the rest, world-economy would also be like
    • like man and every other living thing, has a certain value impressed
    • which, as we saw, is not like a national economy bordering on others,
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    • what he will accomplish. But these ideas will very likely turn out to
    • which it will take him to produce a new picture in like manner. Thus,
    • How many nuts is a potato worth? We cannot ask a question like that
    • far below that level. Still, if you like to suppose a Utopia
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    • omit from our considerations a person like Cardinal Newman when
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    • and mirror-images thereof — or something like it — in our
    • how we were on Earth. True, it is only a picture, but it is like the
    • but in a more dream-like way, the men and women of the 10th, 11th, or
    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • Earth, when human beings still enjoyed dream-like clairvoyance.
    • Living in this dreamlike clairvoyance there were always
    • very likely have to sleep on it — sleep on it, may be, several
    • we experience something like astonishment and wonder. Moreover we
    • noun-like forms and live in verbs. It is the words of action and
    • thereupon we see another task before us. Far in the distance like a
    • single eye like the Cyclops we could not attain to Egohood in an
    • inside out like a glove, then man would not remain man as we see
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    • are experienced by all human beings alike. Indeed, human evolution is
    • essential part of the dream; they are like a garment that weaves
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • life that are like a distant echo of the experience he has had in
    • man started from an ancient dream-like clairvoyance and has now
    • his life was like before he came down to Earth, The initiate of the
    • that lay behind today's lecture, and I would like now to unite what I
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    • during sleep. Today I would like to carry the subject a little
    • now I should like, as I said, to describe these experiences from
    • explained to you, nothing like so strong an ego-consciousness as he
    • to put on aristocratic airs, and like to feel ourselves as members of
    • were not unlike our modern doctors of medicine. The modern doctor
    • soul, he was firmly bound to it, rather like a man of the present day
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    • a description of what kind of weather we are likely to have in the
    • the Earth and draw him into their own sphere. They would like him to
    • struggle to harden man; they want to make him like themselves. Were
    • reflection, but lived more like an animal; but as for men who have
    • and warmth. These also, like the enemies of Jahve, are immature. And
    • flashes of the lightning. They would like to make the whole of man
    • actually assigned only to eye and ear and nose. They would like
    • would like him to be, as we said, an angel being.
    • over the Ahrimanic powers, who would like to harden man and drag him
    • Lucifer would like to secure him. Instead of making him a moral
    • Like two armed encampments they stand facing one another; on one
    • and darker, until at last it shows like a terrible black disk. It was
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    • I would like to bring our recent studies to a certain conclusion. To
    • first, when divested of our ether-body, we feel like strangers amid
    • in him the force of childlike growth — nay, even before his
    • Being who for his likeness in character to what is traditionally
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    • and mirror-images thereof — or something like it — in our
    • how we were on Earth. True, it is only a picture, but it is like the
    • but in a more dream-like way, the men and women of the 10th, 11th, or
    • freedom. When the dream-like clairvoyance of olden time prevailed,
    • Earth, when human beings still enjoyed dream-like clairvoyance.
    • Living in this dreamlike clairvoyance there were always
    • very likely have to sleep on it — sleep on it, may be, several
    • father.] we experience something like astonishment and wonder.
    • noun-like forms and live in verbs. It is the words of action and
    • thereupon we see another task before us. Far in the distance like a
    • single eye like the Cyclops we could not attain to Egohood in an
    • inside out like a glove, then man would not remain man as we see
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    • are experienced by all human beings alike. Indeed, human evolution is
    • essential part of the dream; they are like a garment that weaves
    • clairvoyance and could perceive in a dreamlike consciousness
    • life that are like a distant echo of the experience he has had in
    • man started from an ancient dream-like clairvoyance and has now
    • his life was like before he came down to Earth, The initiate of the
    • that lay behind today's lecture, and I would like now to unite what I
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    • during sleep. Today I would like to carry the subject a little
    • now I should like, as I said, to describe these experiences from
    • explained to you, nothing like so strong an ego-consciousness as he
    • to put on aristocratic airs, and like to feel ourselves as members of
    • were not unlike our modern doctors of medicine. The modern doctor
    • soul, he was firmly bound to it, rather like a man of the present day
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    • a description of what kind of weather we are likely to have in the
    • the Earth and draw him into their own sphere. They would like him to
    • struggle to harden man; they want to make him like themselves. Were
    • reflection, but lived more like an animal; but as for men who have
    • and warmth. These also, like the enemies of Jahve, are immature. And
    • flashes of the lightning. They would like to make the whole of man
    • actually assigned only to eye and ear and nose. They would like
    • would like him to be, as we said, an angel being.
    • over the Ahrimanic powers, who would like to harden man and drag him
    • Lucifer would like to secure him. Instead of making him a moral
    • Like two armed encampments they stand facing one another; on one
    • and darker, until at last it shows like a terrible black disk. It was
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    • I would like to bring our recent studies to a certain conclusion. To
    • first, when divested of our ether-body, we feel like strangers amid
    • in him the force of childlike growth — nay, even before his
    • Being who for his likeness in character to what is traditionally
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • spiritual world, though only with a dull and dreamlike consciousness.
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, was substantially stronger than during the
    • ancient era of dim, dreamlike clairvoyance for our souls, which
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, we could not have acquired the individual
    • of knowledge of the truth, like something that the soul still knew
    • I should like to emphasize that these expressions can
    • mysteries, let us not regard them thoughtlessly as one is likely to
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    • spiritual science that descend — or, if you like, ascend —
    • vague, dreamlike, twilit clairvoyance. This clairvoyance existed
    • What, then, were human beings like in this age of Kali
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    • Kant-Laplace theory and the like. Yet we are now approaching a
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    • are alike, so that we can say that the contrast corresponding to that
    • the head of woman and of man alike from bondage to the earth.
    • I would like to mention here parenthetically a
    • nitrogen, compounds of prussic acid and the like, played an entirely
    • true, there must be proof of something like compounds of carbon and
    • shoots in from time to time like something that stirs up our
    • day by day, like lunch and dinner, so does human spiritual life take
    • other events, events that in ordinary, bourgeois life are also unlike
    • You can well imagine that when something new, like a
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    • spiritual impulse, something like a new impulse of the age. We can
    • into the higher spiritual worlds but in which something like a
    • they saw something in physical man like a second man; yet, if
    • soul force, “I see something like a reality, just as it is
    • they look up from this action, something like a dream picture will
    • France, in whom his followers saw something like a Christ incarnated
    • traditions something like a record handed down about an ancient
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    • retained a memory, more or less, of the ancient dreamlike condition
    • subject and the predicate must be alike, since it concerns what the I
    • of his development and is like a vessel that is gradually to receive
    • were, like a carpet before his senses. With Abraham, we see the first
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    • still possessed a certain dreamlike clairvoyance, one could say.
    • develop his consciousness of self, of his I. The ancient, dreamlike
    • described are lying like seeds in the soul. In the future they will
    • unlikely, all the Gospels as printed documents should be lost.
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    • was mentioned by Goethe. What its pages reveal will seem like fantasy or
    • that person I can see something like a bright band of light.”
    • Another will see something rising before him like a dream-picture
    • action, something will appear to him that will rise like a picture in
    • body of man,’ and what rises up in you like a dream-picture
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    • oneself up to such thoughts is to a certain extent like a dream
    • leaving the grosser part to fall away like a corpse — for human
    • affinity between two substances in the physical world is like a
    • earth will be like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • therapy, and soon, most likely, social and political means, the
    • concept of the unconscious, because an unconscious spirit is like a
    • Let us study what I would like to characterize as the
    • I would like to characterize for you the ideal that such
    • the like are only higher forces of nature. The true concept of soul
    • familiar history. One of the truths with which you are most likely
    • catastrophes as the present one. These are things that I would like
    • I would like to add one more picture to these things.
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    • next time. Today I would like to lead before your soul only what is
    • gnome-like beings; spirits of water, undine-like beings; spirits of
    • air, sylph-like beings; and spirits of fire, salamander-like beings.
    • regiment. It is not like that. These various realms — gnomes,
    • a systematizer like Wundt would not picture anything but that it is
    • gradually appear, it is natural that man is more likely under the
    • itself to dark illusions and the like. Man must accustom himself to a
    • not in the position in this period to be led like a child. There are
    • human beings like children as they were still being led in the third
    • and legends. I would like to point out that an esoteric legend was
    • Lucifer had set foot in paradise a likeness of paradise had formed
    • itself upon the earth, and this likeness has become Ireland.
    • the earthly likeness of paradise could arise would have hindered
    • antagonist who, as I told you, is like a double accompanying man from
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XII: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 3
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    • Today I would like to connect and amplify individual
    • alters its conditions of consciousness and the like. What is said in
    • humanity likes to use it in speaking about these things, even
    • mystery of gold. Gold, representing what is sun-like within the
    • Likewise, the attempt will be made from this direction
    • nothing at all like this in reality. We are concerned here with
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture XIII: The Three Realms of the Dead: Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • Today I would like to return to the subject of an
    • I would like to say that one such attempt was made just
    • in relation to the inner forces of the soul. Today I would like to
    • and the like through his technology, in obedience to the laws of the
    • birth is not exactly like what we call will here in physical life. We
    • we are not separated from the dead at all, but it is like this: when
    • other souls who like himself have already gone through the portal of
    • those of the dead person. It is like this: person A has a certain
    • likewise, there is nothing that we will without the dead being there
    • like to say these things today in public lectures, but one cannot,
    • like to bring one aspect before you now, because it seems especially
    • however, which reveals itself, I should like to say, with particular
    • I would like to mention something here. You know already
    • earthly realm, an earthly realm just like the realm of nature. Since
    • I would like to say — as the political peak of the whole
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    • the west something like a glowing out of its interior, hence the
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture I: Research into the Life of the Spirit During the Middle Ages
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    • given at our Christmas Foundation Meeting, I should like, in the
    • Rosicrucianism or some other occult designation, and I should like to
    • the realisation of facts like this that underlay research during the
    • have likewise become for the modern man completely abstract. It is
    • understanding of them. And so today I should like to give you a
    • is like our human desire, like our impulse to strive after
    • and a disappearing of it again within. It is like a spiritual dance,
    • account of the fact that spiritual things like these were still a
    • like a head. From now on I take no further interest in the man and I
    • unless you be like the mediaevally minded Wagner of Goethe's
  • Title: Rosicrucianism/Initiation: Lecture II: Hidden Centres of the Mysteries in the Middle Ages
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    • you something of the content of these strivings. Today I should like
    • should like however to tell you of another typical example, one that
    • events of which I would like now to speak. Let me give you first, as
    • looked from without like a chance happening, although in reality deep
    • wide sea of cloud, with here and there a drift rising up like the
    • Earth, was now for the pupil like the content of his day-waking
    • think of, certainly not of anything like photography. The Mystery
    • understanding to the childlike ideas of the Spirit of his youth, and
    • freshness, his childlikeness, to what the man of older years
    • on Earth went past him like dreams. For he was living down there in
    • what these pupils of the mediaeval Initiates were really like.
    • From ideas like these,
    • a deep cleft of the Earth, emerged like a kind of Fata Morgana, came
    • again as it were like a ghost, reflected within a Rosicrucian school
    • the one hand to loosen the astral body and become like the pupil on
    • the compression and contraction of the astral body, to become like
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    • short time before, pupils were still able to find teachers, like the
    • them, not a being of flesh and blood like the teacher whom the pupil
    • In those times, things like
    • acquired a sort of shining countenance, shining like the sun, and
    • shone like the sun and how their countenances were bright and radiant
    • I should like to give you a
    • He might say something like
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    • thirteenth centuries. In a personality like Agrippa of Nettesheim,
    • today, would have been utterly impossible to a man like Agrippa of
    • But now, a person like Agrippa of Nettesheim ascribed to the Earth
    • Things like this need to be
    • Whether, like Alexander, one feels the bones of one's head all pressed
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    • shall have to deal, I should like today to speak further about some
    • became clear to him that currents pass, like electro-magnetic
    • enable one to apprehend something in the region like a miniature man
    • known in certain circles, isolated and hermit-like though they were.
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    • stream of spiritual life, men like Galileo, Giordano Bruno,
    • Graeco-Latin period, the visions were like a Fata Morgana in the air.
    • dim, subconscious and sleep-like — were called into play;
    • may very likely repel you. Learn it nevertheless; learn all that can
    • for man, was like an unwritten slate. I shall speak later of the old
    • warmth-like — were an unwritten slate.
    • — no longer to draw forth from ourselves like the old
    • stream forth. It does not stream forth like a vague mist or cloud;
    • itself with entering into certain dream-like conditions, and, as it
    • battle of the upward-attacking Ahrimanic spirits who would like to
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    • something that is like a warning, having moreover the quality of a
    • themselves in the astral light like a directing impulse or human
    • and surge in cloud-forms and the like, during summer's height, weave
    • pole to the animal-like desire-nature. For through this shooting in of
    • clarifies the animal-like life, is actually an admonition to us that
    • forth to meet us in the astral light, takes on the likeness of
    • first to be unravelled like a riddle, we are directed to that
    • of Michael with positive, searching and directing gaze, his eye like a
    • with a positive gaze which is like a sign, as it were pointing
    • outwards; like a ray of light from within which is sent actively out.
    • sword wherewith he shows humanity the way from the animal-like to
    • animal-like Nature. For this he is given guidance when he looks out
    • exhibited the desire-like process, above this Ahrimanised and
    • would like to inscribe this picture in particular, this modernised
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    • this modern stream of spiritual life — men like Galileo,
    • Graeco-Latin period, the visions were there like a Fata Morgana in
    • dim, subconscious and sleep-like — were called into play;
    • In that form it may very likely repel you. Learn it
    • appeared, the whole of the astral light, destined for man, was like
    • all the elements — solid, liquid, airy and warmth-like
    • longer to draw forth from ourselves like the old Initiates, but to be
    • astral light will stream forth. It does not stream forth like a vague
    • had to content itself with entering into certain dream-like
    • battle of the up-ward-attacking Ahrimanic spirits who would like to
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    • has only to make a serious study of spirits like Plato and Aristotle,
    • ourselves — like the pupil of the eye, for example — because
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    • is not like another, but shorter or longer than another. Hence we are
    • always likely to err when we try to determine from the earth what
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    • seem like tearing a flower to pieces.
    • remarkable. If I were to talk about fairy tales as much as I'd like
    • like a Fata Morgana but they do not yield themselves up to him
    • prevail. There is something like a yearning in the soul to dip down
    • than our waking perceptions — a few rise up like single drops
    • soul like the taste of food on our tongue. And then the fairy tale
    • becomes for the soul very much like nutritious food when it is put to
    • soul would like to be and do.
    • describe like this:
    • will also feel, vibrating like an echo of this folk tale, just what
    • to a plant. Our sleeping body is like a plant, in that it has the
    • that the human ego, which in sleep is outside the plant-like body,
    • the life of the sun; it is itself a kind of sun for the plant-like
    • perceiving this, we realize how much like the sun our ego is. As the
    • you have a feeling like this, you will understand why there are so
    • the sweet things bears like to eat, and laid them ready.
    • likewise, little man, if you're as strong as we are.” The other
    • very long time, it dropped down again. “Do that likewise,
    • brothers Grimm, and other collectors like them, devoted long years to
    • tales, now things are changing. Fairy tale collections like the
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    • like. After that, you must do me a service, equal to your strength.
    • manner of things that bears like to eat and drink — honey and
    • suchlike; then he hid himself. The bears came along, ate and drank
    • that giants like to eat and drink, and went to meet them. On the way
    • same thing happened, and likewise on the third day. The next night,
    • been imprisoned like this for several hundred years and must
    • many different forms. This was not like one of our dreams today,
    • appears bewitched, it has happened like this: we see the substance of
    • like the king in the second tale — someone has to find
    • be. We often have things like wrong-doing in our karma that are like
    • some external happening like searching for a bride is pictured in
    • conclusion, I should like to relate another fairy tale for you to
    • night!” But like the others, he said nothing further, and they
    • tales; in like manner others have collected them, who were usually
  • Title: Lecture: Festivals and The Mysteries. The Adonis Mystery. The Easter Thought
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    • not unlike a coffin. Beside the coffin those who accompanied the
    • death. The candidate was treated like one who is about to die. He was
    • experience that in the human being which is only half like the death
    • like the things that die in Autumn-time. For in this earthly realm he
    • Anthroposophy itself must become like an inner festival of Resurrection for
  • Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
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    • lives in him as the forces of nutrition, breathing and the like, in a
    • have Sun baths and the like. Thus certain therapeutic properties are
    • like to ask any Orientalist or Sanskrit scholar (I believe our friend
    • so according to his special studies) — I would like to ask any
    • earthly. Likewise all that we measure is earthly. We measure earthly
    • the Gate of Death. One became aware what man is like when he has laid
    • by calculation and the like, was considered altogether meaningless. In
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    • to another, like Pythagoras, only they underwent the real totality of
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    • beautiful works written in German if you like, take a German
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • beginning to help her father, she had a companion with whom she liked
    • warlike caravan column to go to the Teshu-Lama and reinforce his
    • worlds. He stands on one leg, the other coiled around it like a
    • the length between nostrils and upper lip, and the like. Never once
    • not made her equal to living, like her husband, in the spiritual
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture II: Ancient Occult Magic. The Ahasver Mystery.
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    • fall asunder into those who — like the old Count — must
    • way — like the Count's wife and child. Because they have not
    • his soul-development — altogether like a child. Now had there
    • significant effect. Let me put it like this: it was as if by methods
    • connected with star-constellations and the like, one were to lead
    • for suitable descendants. It was like this. — Suppose such a
    • form in the times of Lemuria and Atlantis was not ape-like; the
    • bodies of the actual ancestors of men were not ape-like. — It
    • these bodies became animal-like rather than human. Distorted forms
    • they liked. If a man did not obey the canon but created something out
    • progress in natural science and spiritual science alike. For the
    • nature of things will ever and again be urged. I should like you to
    • case, we can imagine it like this: ‘What is it to me that I
    • incarnation, I like it, it suits me very well. I am not concerned
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture III: The Tragic Wrestling with Knowledge. The Secrets of the Future Sixth Cultural Period.
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    • And so they like to pacify themselves with what is universally
    • such as this. When a man like Gustav Theodor Fechner writes as he
    • past, to what man was like in Atlantis and in what changes he is
    • have been incorrect to say: that man or woman looks like a cat. Such
    • a person actually looked like a cat — or if he were utterly
    • deceitful, like a hyena. His external appearance was wholly an
    • of the moral qualities will be like a nemesis, a destiny, setting
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    • speak so. Only its starlike nature makes it possible for the ego
    • times the teacher in the Mysteries spoke to his pupils somewhat like
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch had spoken our language, he would not, like us,
    • to rejoice over; the Greeks were like children with new clothes. They
    • this fresh experience of the physical body gave way to something like
    • our feeling for it is dull. We have no more than a shadowlike sensation
    • like to use another comparison. We have not only clothes but pockets
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    • People did not always think like that; certainly not in those ages when
    • in words somewhat like these: “Here I stand in the world, but as
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    • like to explain by way of an image. Picture to yourselves that I hold
    • like painting, are two-dimensional. We overcome the merely spatial. Our
    • leave space entirely. Music is line-like, one-dimensional; is experienced
    • like vapor and smoke, the Dionysian, chthonic divine-spiritual powers,
    • regions to see how the dramatic element rises like a volcano, and the
    • epic element sinks down from above, like a blessing of rain. And it
    • spiritual element, which does not rain down upon forests nor erupt like
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    • century was mirrored in a receptive personality; how something like
    • the toga, walked like moderns; whereas the ancient Greeks all seemed
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    • separated from objects gain pictorial expression in his vault-like head,
    • ancient times man — unlike the free man of a later age — did
    • like reflections of the lectern; but very serious indeed! At this
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    • With artistry like
    • if she stood there colored like the Apostles we would have to say that
    • is so self-evident that we must not express it. It would be like presenting
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    • commentary, it is like touching a corpse. Abstract thoughts have murdered
    • remarks something like this: “You naturally expect me to explain
    • guiding you, I must do something I very much dislike, for the Goetheanum
    • enveloping sheath such as man, unlike plants and animals, never receives
    • a manifestation of the soul in space; and in like manner, in architectural
    • materialistic-intellectualistic scholarship appears like a man who walks
    • to expression in this peach-blossom-like color; and in it we can learn
    • the peach-blossom-like shade.
    • sunlike nature in man, plays upon the breathing system and, through
    • They saw the sun-like in man, the playing of the blood system upon the
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    • in the sense of saturated surfaces; which makes them, also, shadowlike.
    • artists like Schiller and Goethe formed their poems. In Schiller's soul
    • would like to lead human culture over into honest spiritual
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    • observed, and then we are told, the child is like this or like that,
    • gradually more like itself. We shall understand why the child is as
    • should like to speak quite simply about these things, and you must
    • just like children of four — mere imitators. Others are quite
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    • and such like. It all looks very clever and one can easily be tempted
    • like ourselves, but it is for us to see that we are worthy of this
    • sun! You must really admire it; stand like this so that you can look
    • tell us what the picture was like.
    • gradually letters arise. A second teacher likes to do it differently.
    • but if everyone can do as he likes, then the whole school will fall
    • likewise; this will show you how what grows out of a true knowledge
    • like human beings, that they tell each other things, that they love
    • on; but he did not like this method, and this dry pedantic teacher of
    • teacher speaks like this then an intellectual element immediately
    • is one more thing I should like to put before you in conclusion.
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    • plants, for the earth is an organism and the plants are like the hair
    • too. We find majestic beasts. like the lion. In fact, there is the
    • that is spread out in the animal kingdom. We can express it like
    • form our mental images. For this reason we cannot smell like a dog,
    • have something like a hardened head on the top, for that is the
    • standing on some great living creature, like a whale. This is the
    • legends in which the stones and plants speak and act like human
    • life of today, is like talking about colours to someone who is colour
    • according to the idea of cause and effect. I should like to make this
    • river flowing along like this (see drawing). It has
    • should like to add a few remarks on this subject, for here too we
    • are aiming at in punishment, is much more likely to ensue if the
    • educate like this (which is very often done) you will accomplish very
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    • “Tell me, what is that up there, that is blue like me?”
    • wickedness said: “Oh, that is a great giant violet like you and
    • great big violet, blue like yourself.” Then the violet began to
    • the children like a steam pump; there must be a variation, as we
    • a horrid answer?” and then in a simple childlike way you will
    • children like this for some time. Then you will find that one
    • impossible to go on with a teacher like this and you have to get
    • story like the one I have told, I must treat him with an even greater
    • repugnant to him. Like must be treated with like, so long as you do
    • create an atmosphere in which a story like this is not merely related
    • and then if you like you can get him to tell the story again, but
    • upon you wherever you may be. For the human soul is like an
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    • calculating machines as much as they like — that does not
    • wood in two, the wood is not like you, and you are not like the wood,
    • for I cannot cut you in two like that. So there is a difference
    • you have two hands.” This you then show like this: II.
    • us do it like this: Let us spread out our fingers and our thumb so
    • is something which is ONE. Now you divide it like this, and you have
    • a living way. I should like to emphasise that this method of
    • conceptions must come to your aid here. We will do it like this, that
    • will cut out one foot like this, or the hand like this, and so on,
    • then you will see that through this childlike kind of
    • like to illustrate for you with an example, something which can
    • at it like this you cannot really see how it comes about.
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    • experience of well-being like that of cows chewing the cud. Instrumental
    • and here I should like to say that in these few lectures our purpose
    • the child likes to mould out of plastic material or to paint in
    • if you like, as our children often do, in mud, for if you have
    • like strings of an instrument in the centre of the body, that is,
    • in-breathed air, like a violin bow on the strings.
    • Singing lesson, I should like to use a comparison which may seem a
    • alone would be like this (see drawing b.):
    • is not an arbitrary thing. With a word like “water” for
    • “a,” you cannot say “wuter,” or anything like
    • human being, like language; Eurythmy is visible speech.
    • you like, will all take their right place in our teaching.
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    • their attention to all the details, what the flame looks like, what
    • it is like outside, what it is like further in, and how a black spot,
    • dear friends, I should just like to ask how it is possible that they
    • thing together in any way. A sum like this is not in the very least
    • newspapers. I should like to know what meaning a sum like that can
    • everything: you simply poison a child to whom you give a sum like
    • I should like to get an actual sight of this watch which, having
    • whizzed away at this speed, then comes back again; I should like to
    • know what it looks like then! The essential thing is that we never
    • like, which have been thought out for the children, are really bad.
    • have dearly liked to have a shoemaker as a teacher in the Waldorf
    • work, what this entails, I should have dearly liked from the very
    • Waldorf School we do not give reports like this, but every teacher
    • come. The report is like this: first there is the child's name and
    • or numbers, simply characterises what the child is like, and what
    • parents also get a true picture of what the child is like at
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    • as we speak of 2 tens, only we have no alternative like
    • colour, or else, if you like, in light and shade. What is actually
    • only when you begin to teach the child something like perspective, in
    • would like to join our school. There may well be many teachers in the
    • they would like it better there. I have had really quite a number of
    • against drawing teachers. I would like to put it thus: here is a
    • yellow, if you like, if the fruit happens to be lovely apples. But we
    • him from all popular usages. You like sport in England, so the child
    • one of all, which consists in hanging on to the bar, hooked on, like
    • like it better. It is not our fault that they run away from their
    • English School, I should first like to say that I think this must be
    • like to express, in conclusion, what you will readily appreciate,
    • should like to express the hope that you may succeed in making use of
    • conclusion I should like to give you my right good thoughts on your
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    • In this series of lectures I should like, in the first place, to
    • organism of our Earth. Our etheric body — like the Archaeus of
    • For if one proceeds like this and founds a sort of hypothetic vitalism
    • opposed these assertions. Only a very great mind, like Johannes Müller
    • retracting its limb-like projections. It is easy to raise the
    • can be sent through the water, the amoeba swells like a balloon, and
    • direction. I should like to denote the force which one can see in the
    • aware of the objection that animals, like men, are subject to
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    • must be considered a dam-like organ. Schmidt compares cardiac action
    • offending people who do not like these terms, you can also say you
    • at the same time somewhat like the upper activities) — and the upper
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    • should like to put this question to healthy unbiased reason: how can
    • like these. This is the path that leads to the cognition of remedial
    • like the cells of the blood, are indivisible. Thus we find that in a
    • from our blood to anything like the same extent as from our nerve
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    • external nature, but has not been given anything like due attention,
    • Here I should like to interpolate a comment. We human creatures would
    • order that he may think like a human being. That which shapes and
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    • I should like to remind you of the general fact mentioned before that
    • body likes to separate from the physical, does so with ease, and goes
    • earth into the herb-like plant. That shoots up into the trunk — and
    • take a blossom from a tree or from a herb-like plant. Consider further
    • the supporting plant, separated and stuck upon a stem like a process
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    • described above, but lead — like gold or copper — contains all three
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    • Polyarthritis and the like, generally appear from the fourteenth,
    • is a certain truth in the axiom “Like is cured by like.” But it may
    • Like” to be cured by “like” — has arisen in another period of life:
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    • Now take the sense of taste, and, as an example, something not unlike
    • the air like a phantom, but gathers them together that they may be
    • anything like the highly intricate structure of the eye, which is
    • likewise bifurcated. This appears in the tendency of the digestive
    • our discontinuous, analytic thinking is very like its counterpart,
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    • elucidating for many experiences. I should like to put a few
    • One finds its effects extending fan-like in so many directions. We may
    • man. I should like to ask all those who restrict themselves (with a
    • activity — all these things alike refer to the peripheral, the
    • which I should like you to receive what I attempt to give. But it is a
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    • plants; in like manner we have now to examine the attributes of this
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    • organisms are alike based on proteins, on albuminous substances.
    • albumen have been viewed as very much alike, and up to a certain
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    • likes the earth and is therefore more in affinity with the male system
    • linking up pedantically one thought to another like a professor. For
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    • bodily organism; a delicate, weblike scaffolding. This scaffolding in
    • the physical body, like a kind of phantom of man, is always present.
    • with creative imagination we find a half-conscious, dreamlike remnant
    • As you will have easily conceived, this weblike framework which the
    • etheric body which is so like what I have just termed a framework. You
    • stressed this difference in public lectures, and should like to
    • proliferates as a sort of soul-like ego. And this type of individual
    • constitution with these exuberations of the soul-like ego, which
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    • plant like scurvy grass or spoon-wort. Because the scurvy grass grows
    • like that just described.
    • in a more spiritual or psychological way in man. Like all our organs
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    • should like to give you some examples; here is one: “Put your feet in
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    • and sheaflike structures. In this way antimony reveals how it is
    • for which I should like to coin the term “albuminising forces,” the
    • the instructive object of study — or subject, if you like — the
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    • no more than a reflection, it is really just like a reflection in a
    • falling away of substance, like rain — this synthetical
    • shape the second body like the first, which was shaped by the
    • the hereditary likeness to the parents simply continues beyond the
    • like “fixed ideas”, where the very fact that they are
    • people like this! Something holds him back, he does not reach the
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    • going further into the subject, I would like to read you an article
    • to write ballads like “Die Kindesmörderin”, etc.,
    • in people like Wulffen, imagines that thoughts come into existence
    • nerves-and-senses system to the world like a mirror, and can then
    • occurred to an eccentric person to make a milk jug like an hour glass
    • depend upon what the jug is like. And the way in which the ether body
    • from pre-earthly existence with something that is not at all unlike
    • it will be for us like the opening of a door from the direction of
    • ponder it with all earnestness. For in approaching tasks like those
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    • people advance theories like those of Driesch
    • like that. Seen clairvoyantly, it is like this [A
    • this point of view, it is something like what happens when I take up
    • forces are all alike in this, that the ego organisation is in direct
    • What they would like to do is to find their way to the element of
    • like. Especially during the period between change of teeth and
    • remedies prescribed by us under certain conditions, remedies like
    • members the thoughts into his organism. For, a phenomenon like that
    • you see, like this. Man develops his human qualities mainly in two
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    • would like today to try as it were to round off our introductory
    • ordinary way, one might imagine that when something like sweating had
    • something faintly corpse-like in the auric sweatings of these
    • would have liked. Examine the soul-life of such children and try to
    • — he will feel it like a gentle caress in his soul. Even down
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    • this boy, I should like to draw for you here a sketch of the human
    • organisation (red) descending like a kind of thread. What we sketched
    • the same time — inwardly, in his will, like quicksilver
    • class. And now perhaps there is a teacher who has a voice like
    • and also with his fingers. A child who likes best to let his hands
    • to notice something like the following. A child acquires a knack of
    • him as much as ever I like, I can even offer him a sweet — he
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    • would like, dear friends, to consider today’s lecture as
    • knitting one can easily drop a stitch! He likes best of all to play
    • study of such a child can be very interesting; indeed a child like
    • show me now on your paper what the tree is like?”
    • barking at the pony, and the pony is going like this with his
    • and dislikes having to stand up, the sort of person who has not the
    • Curative Eurythmy can be for a boy like this. Suppose he does the
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    • we pass on to another case, I would like to say a little more about
    • every now and then suddenly undergo a change, something like the
    • for instance, he thought he was a lion and went about roaring like a
    • would begin to assume animal-like shapes. For when the astral body
    • symptom like this a whole life can be expressed! Think of the mother
    • shall have more to say afterwards about this case. I would like now
    • holding out an object) Take hold of it like this! As you see,
    • strongly attracted to meat). We saw also that the boy shows a dislike
    • a strong dislike of all acid foods.) If this is done, then, while
    • grabbing at the food he likes, he will take also with it your little
    • the other hand, a child like the one we were considering earlier is
    • by any other means. Indeed, it is quite possible you may fare like
    • thing evaporates like a soap-bubble. But beware that you do not at
    • the anticlimax, the discovery of how it all vanishes like a soap
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    • and arranges his picture. Evidently he likes to do things in the way
    • not been at all abnormal; he is just like any other child. He takes
    • you will very likely think that he is perceiving things with his
    • the embryo condition which, like an overgrown plant, spreads itself
    • with us in the Clinic, and I would like you to observe him and notice
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    • ought not, to be lion-like, just so little can you say, when you have
    • What I like is good, what I don't like is bad. His judgements, that
    • around him. You must not, you see, be like Wulffen
    • in their working, sharp and spear-like; whereas when the same forces
    • would like to tell you of an interesting little experience that I had
    • like this, where anything may happen, we must first be perfectly
    • Feelings of pity and the like, which tend to make one agitated and
    • would like also at this point to draw your attention to the fact that
    • like his head! When he spoke — his sentences were not
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    • devotion can help to discover disturbances like these without
    • would like to speak first of that eldest boy of yours, who is sixteen
    • facts like these may seem trifling and insignificant, and yet it is
    • here you have a point (blue). It doesn't look like that in the
    • meditation; it will be like sinking into a snug, warm nest! No, the
    • would be shining out from you like a light.
    • for these children also, I would like to prescribe a little course of
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    • for example, writing. The boy writes something like this, does he
    • factors in the case might well claim consideration, but I would like
    • must we avoid straining the eyes in reading and such-like
    • very thin parchment-like paper, but it must be really thin so that it
    • now I should like you to bring forward any questions you are wanting
    • weighing the words carefully, like someone who has done quite a lot
    • the company. This sixty-year-old man with his childlike smile would
    • For you'll very, very likely
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    • now I would like to go on to speak of what you as educators must
    • yourself in a world — you can liken it only to a world of
    • people going about like that today. If you were to paint a picture of
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    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • feeling for Anthroposophy) I should like to characterise in the
    • childlike soul and bodily organism those capacities which have
    • something in us that is like an intensified, a stronger quality
    • They are like shadows. Think how shadowy those emerging memory
    • deeper being of our own humanity — like a second man
    • spread out before our souls like a mighty panorama, then we go
    • the bearer of the life of the soul. No — it is not like
    • then we arrive — and this no longer in the old dreamlike
    • through a kind of dreamlike knowledge, can lead us to-day to
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    • misunderstood, I would like to make a short digression. A very
    • still less degree the metabolic system. An organ like the
    • does not happen like that in man. In man, sense-perception
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    • I would like to enlarge upon this by giving certain details
    • conditions of faintness, unconsciousness and the like. These
    • like an inner articulation within the organism, places the
    • be like the approach of Autumn. But this, of course, requires
    • object in question is quite still. They like to bring this
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    • sphere or any other) of anything like dilettantism, nor of any
    • a feeling for Anthroposophy) I should like to characterise in
    • upbringing in order to draw out of the childlike soul and
    • like an intensified, a stronger quality of thinking. And at
    • the remembrance of our past experiences. They are like shadows.
    • like a second man within the man we know with our ordinary
    • spread out before our souls like a mighty panorama, then we go
    • the soul. No — it is not like that. The life is
    • — and this no longer in the old dreamlike way which had
    • dreamlike knowledge, can lead us to-day to the application of
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    • I may not be misunderstood, I would like to make a short
    • An organ like the kidney, for instance, does not contain so
    • does not happen like that in man. In man, sense-perception
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    • through anthroposophical research, and to-day I would like to
    • conditions of faintness, unconsciousness and the like. These
    • linked together, bringing about something like an inner
    • to be like the approach of Autumn. But this, of course,
    • object in question is quite still. They like to bring this
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    • unlike our present-day schools, wherein men were led to penetrate into
    • self-consciousness. Initiation-science became as though dreamlike
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    • unlike our present-day schools, wherein men were led to penetrate into
    • self-consciousness. Initiation-science became as though dreamlike
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    • have liked to find, so that what was only words might have
    • regarding anything like social will and purpose on a
    • then, act! act like a man, out of your own social will and
    • purpose!’ is like a sign hung up in very luminous letters
    • removed from anything like life's genuine practice! -
    • could see how, — like a knot that is continually
    • times. And for him it lay like a nightmare on his soul:
    • looks out at life from some point of view like this at
    • like to put up high fences, for fear of getting brain-shock.
    • say to-night in addition. I should only like to point out,
    • should like to know otherwise, why they surrendered
    • the Works' Councils; I should like to refer to the brief
    • anything like real socialisation. The really practical thing
    • ‘marching’ is very unlike the old military forward
    • march, and looks much more like a skipping-about, — or
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    • also be forty-eight hours. And thus, this stage is like an
    • it metaphorically — preserved like a mold that can be
    • considered the spiritual world as being real and felt like
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    • person's etheric body had something like a copy of
    • who, like Shem, has the mission to be the ancestor of a whole
    • to another until one arrives at one who, like Peter, was a
    • the events in Palestine because they knew better. People like
    • like a leader of a Central European or Germanic tribe, and he
    • feel like discussing something, they have, as a rule, no
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    • world sounded like a wonderful harmonious choir, and after
    • himself, but with a second entity extending out of him like a
    • Unlike ordinary human beings, this higher being did not
    • seemed like representations of a type, this points to the
    • incarnated in Jesus of Nazareth, something like an imprint of
    • conceive that something like a replica of the ego could be
    • fervor because something like a copy of the ego of Christ was
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    • Christ's etheric and astral bodies multiplied like a grain of
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    • matured sufficiently, a death-like state was induced in the
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    • to speak to you here, sense something like a future force at
    • Atlantean epoch that started small just like ours. The
    • guiding light of this great individual, for those who, like
    • which we can unite with Christ.” Likewise, sickness is
    • harmony is something like an external garment of
    • evolution like a spiritual breath of air if beneficial forces
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    • like a human being and by being in a human body,
    • earthly existence. Likewise, all ancient Schools of Wisdom
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    • like Shem as he would see an ordinary human being with his or
    • twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth centuries, something like
    • like an ego copy of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • something like the various bodies of Jesus of Nazareth, but
    • of the ego of Jesus of Nazareth so that they become like
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    • because Spiritual Science is much like everything that grows
    • more and more like Osiris himself. The soul will then itself
    • become Osiris-like and will be united with Osiris after
    • the power that was like a legacy from ancient times. If in
    • those who were condemned to toil in the physical world liked
    • certain age for a purpose. Likewise, the great impulses in
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    • is like a stove that does not need to be persuaded to heat a
    • people, and in this they were not unlike the theosophists
    • when we read about him: “At his birth he shone like the
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    • three to five thousand years ago. Thinking was more dreamlike; when
    • like an “after-taste.” They felt that they were received
    • is just like the experience of waking in the morning and noticing that
    • not, it is true, be very like the pictures of our dreams. But the
    • just as vaguely — or if you like, just as indefinitely — as
    • of evolution in a comparatively recent period, though we do not like
    • Earth through these revelations of the heavens. In places like
    • tongue. Nevertheless we can say that in districts like ours here it is
    • obliterated equally easy. If in districts like this we create a
    • — we find it is like writing something down and immediately
    • walked on the carpet it was like walking on a rough sea because of the
    • the circles would have appeared like the ground-plan of the Goetheanum
    • thinking was more dreamlike, and they did not live within such sharply
    • between this dreamlike everyday life and a dreamless sleep which was
    • not wholly like ours. When they woke they felt that there was still
    • something peculiar appears like a genuine memory of earlier times,
    • something connected with their earlier earth-life. Men like this
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    • quality. If men nowadays felt anything like this, they would begin to
    • through moods and feelings like this and not in thoughts and concepts
    • Mystery-priests well knew, man has not grown out of the Earth like a
    • been like. There was a time when man looked up to the starry heavens
    • like a listening to the counsel of the spiritual Beings of the Cosmos
    • such thing; if you move your arm, it is a mechanical process like that
    • but possessed atavistically like some elemental force — a man can
    • Jacob Boehme possessed this atavistic power when he looked a the plant and saw the quality of salt below, the mercurial in the middle and the phosphoric above. Thus we can see in the spirit of a man such as Boehme, who was a natural Sun-Initiate, a capacity belonging to an earlier period of civilization, that primal civilization before there was any reading or writing. You completely misunderstand him if you read works such as the Mysterium Magnum, the De Signatura Rerum or the Aurora and do not see that in this stammering presentation there is something quite similar to what I described in relation to the Druids. Boehme was not initiated in an external sense, but his Sun-Initiation rises within him like a repetition of an earlier earthly existence. We can trace this into the very details of his biography.
    • also into man, is like a cosmic historical memory. Saturn is, as it
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    • dreams he makes. In a dream like this there may be a number of
    • would be very much like actual waking life. Dreams which emerge from
    • written. People don't like studying Anthroposophy; they find it
    • But when the process is completed, the imprinted form is not like that
    • ancient documents are like the old uncle with his log tables. Our
    • 300 years and see what our heart looked like 300 years ago.
    • today is something like the birthpangs of a new age, a new age in the
    • evidence for the entry of the spiritual as if it were like the
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    • like the circulation of the blood, pulsating inwardly through him,
    • their remedies, their healing hers and the like, all of which were
    • in signs or the like, unless it were merely to imitate the things of
    • beings alike are transformed into “forces of Nature.” And
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    • will have to be of an aphoristic character. I should like to speak a
    • That we may clearly understand one another, I should like to draw your
    • the person who has been hated or disliked dies, it is often the case
    • same extent; he cannot keep up his dislike for him. If the hatred
    • “Why feel shame for the hatred or dislike which was felt for the
    • hatred or dislike felt for them as an obstacle in the way of their
    • hatred. This dislike of mine is an obstacle in the way of his good
    • dislike are innocent, so to speak. When such a teacher dies, one sees
    • wife or someone with whom he is closely connected dislikes it more and
    • increasing dislike of Anthroposophy in such a family, so that life
    • what the picture was then like. If one is able thus to investigate, in
    • There is just one thing more to which I should like to draw your
    • glimpses? It may very likely be supposed that it is far easier to
    • between death and rebirth are like the weather conditions on earth,
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    • can always study Anthroposophy as long as one does not study it like
    • does not merely lead to nothing particular, like ordinary dancing, but
    • should like to show, by means of a few examples, how life before birth
    • many people do not like Spiritual Science; for most people prefer to
    • at the same time out of man, like a mist, the lower instincts and
    • like as much as possible of Spiritual Science to flow into the hearts
    • Misunderstanding — they face us like two pillars between which we
    • who would like to carry this movement out into the world more actively
    • the first time — I should like to feel that this visit will draw
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    • should like to do this by setting before you how, under the influence
    • These initiates said something like the following: “In the
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    • I should like to try to bring closer to you the Easter thought
    • from the Earth like a star, a star which radiates out from the Earth
    • thought which is not, like the Easter thought in the earliest
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    • People today are like earthworms, I might say, looking for sunlight
    • general earth soul element and rising like a sort of cloud (red,
    • likewise gray. These are only distinctions of perceiving; they are of
    • its activity anything like what has just now been spoken of as an
    • in which it was easier for people to come to something like this
    • Indian culture, for example, to think of something like the course of
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    • festivals. Today I should like to go back to very ancient times and
    • ego-consciousness, as we do today. In the dreamlike consciousness, a
    • pictures; yet it was dreamlike. These people entered into, for
    • They said to themselves: “The people have a dreamlike
    • plant-like to the mineral, and thereby at a certain time of year
    • age disregards anything like this. He has something else to do than
    • air and warmth themselves streamed down from above like something akin
    • became thus plant-like, the consciousness of those people was
    • greening of the Earth today — they felt something plant-like
    • have taken into their protection, so likewise was prepared the
    • over man, I should like to say as a force, as an impulse, which could
    • festivals, even of the creating of festivals like the Michael festival
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    • I should like to carry to a still wider horizon the reflections I have
    • is hardly likely to think of it as having any special connection
    • He felt that together with the blackness that enveloped him like a
    • felt the darkness rise up out of the Earth like a serpent and wind him
    • serpent-like manifestation in midwinter, but at the same time the
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • etheric force for properly developed feet and will produce hornlike
    • better of Mephistopheles. Mephistopheles stands there like a second
    • Mephistophelean powers, like a second nature, will attach themselves
    • his faunlike, satyrlike form, and his goat's or horse's feet.
    • The Greeks had nothing like theology in our modern sense, but were
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    • tracks on it — here, parallel ruts, and here again, marks like the
    • downwards and we see on the surface what looks like the impress of a
    • processes in the organism is like a spirit-being who moves about under
    • they are alike; but man is also a surface being, man is a plane. It is
    • Ahrimanic powers — and for other powers too, of like nature with
    • generally speaking, alike. We have, however, already seen that this is
    • like the cake, and what we build is the mould that holds and shapes
    • In like manner, we must learn to say to the anatomist and
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    • physiognomy or in the performance of certain gestures or the like,
    • feeling and willing in the life of the soul is not unlike the
    • body in the likeness of a flowing stream — for it is in the etheric
    • We said that right and duty play into life like two polar opposites.
    • between, on the one hand, revolutionary and warlike — that is to say,
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    • time together here I would like to put before you, at least in
    • curved yet at the same time pointed – like the pointed arches
    • with our inner being: they curve like
    • like some of the figures on the Cathedral of
    • and in the field alike doth rule and glory; or, if by the
    • hast thou led home the godlike
    • Man rules alike at home and in the
    • Hast thou for him, the godlike
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    • poetry. I should like to draw attention to two facts – things
    • perception similar to seeing, as something like visual perception,
    • some detail, we would now like to
    • Love, all alike, no season knowes, nor
    • ‘Tis like me now, but I dead, 'twill
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    • Like an
    • wave-like, in the movement of assonance.
    • We would like to demonstrate
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    • instrument and its medium. And likewise the reciter must understand
    • something personal: I would like to say that to me it was always
    • Like a
    • like ghosts at
    • driven, like ghosts from an enchanter fleeing,
    • like a corpse within its grave, until
    • (Driving sweet buds like flocks to feed in air)
    • clouds like earth’s decaying leaves are shed,
    • Like
    • like thee: tameless, and swift, and proud.
    • my leaves are falling like its own!
    • Like
    • I should only like to point out a few details – our limited
    • French presentation of tragedy can stand before us like a model
    • My uncomb’d Locks, matted like
    • presented in recitation or declamation, is like a continually
    • will come to light and the raising of what looks like a prose
    • taken up into the totality of the mood as a whole. Something like
    • this can be attempted in an outstanding piece of prose like the
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    • would like to put forward something taken from the art of
    • front of them like a musical conductor with his baton. The
    • tempted to look upon something like this as contrived by the
    • confronts the first wave, so to speak, like a counter-wave. And in
    • a melodic quality. It is in fact something like this that we can
    • like Goethe, when he feels the need to recreate an identical
    • when given poetic form, became something like inner declamation.
    • It may be that in the case of an artist like Goethe, we
    • and godlike Odysseus, awakened,
    • then strikes up against the form, like a wave building up and then
    • Like
    • them moved the moon-like cows
    • like a dahlia, dallied and swung,
    • godlike and most temperate.
    • blossoms like a cumulus –
    • fan-like self and mounted him
    • hooves danced under him like stones....
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    • speech, like the waves of the sea – into the breath. And in
    • youth, like the marvellous Hymn to Nature, where the ruling
    • effect like the forms of a Gothic cathedral. He wanted to blend
    • in the morning they are like
    • death upon them storm-like falls,
    • Like unto a dreame they grow:
    • Right like a sound that, sounded,
    • works like his “Achilleis”, from which a passage will
    • wall to hurl back, like an echo, what derives from the laws of a
    • convincingly like it. He used it to evoke the heroic and epic
    • a poet like Hamerling, a once widely influential poet who compared
    • from the language. We would now like to demonstrate this in a poem
    • Like
    • Is like a clouded starre,
    • grave, though sleep, like ashes, hide
    • like a transformation in which the world is experienced as a
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    • would say, seem like a confirmation of these comments from
    • melody. As yet without words, it flowed along melodically like a
    • actors with a baton, like a conductor, considering the formation of
    • deal with that presently. But we would first like to show how what
    • euphonious. In the case of a poet like Albert Steffen, whose
    • are dark with ravens, like a congested
    • and over all the smoke – so pale, like
    • I, like St. Francis, rise upon airy
    • enclose me like the depth that in Christ
    • like stopped bells, whose resonances
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    • Like this, he fram’d the Gods eternall
    • rises up like smoke.
    • And the sails did sigh like sedge;
    • Like waters shot from some high crag,
    • They raised their limbs like
    • And now ’twas like all
    • Now like a lonely flute;
    • A noise like of a hidden brook
    • something – and very paradoxical it sounds – like this:
    • like Apollo playing on his lyre. The bodily-corporeal nature of man
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    • though then I should need more time. I should like to make a point
    • Most like to a flame. He found in the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • a king who, unlike other kings who possess only a portion of the
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    • label which could lead gradually to something like a calamity.
    • certain sense come out of it, like the snake which after casting its
    • of itself. Through the first stages of Initiation we learn in like
    • gives rise to something like resentment, bitterness, against the
    • the physical body, the effect is overwhelming. We feel something like
    • Ideal-Man, who like us lived in a physical body, and who like us in
    • us like two great pillars on the occult path, the story of the
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    • seem like a depreciation of Jesus of Nazareth if we were not to do
    • Nazareth was a man like any other, a weak man like any other. And
    • really appears quite like Him. When, for instance, we hear that this
    • diagram a life-course of this kind, we can do it like this:
    • — is like a thread of human life, independent of the sheaths of
    • but the very God who had become like unto men, who had lived with
    • the kingdom of Grace. That which transcends nature, which like nature
    • but it must be by your own free act! And, like Pascal, Soloviev
    • seer can impart to him, he can likewise come to a recognition of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • not merely live everywhere enclosed by matter, but are like drops in
    • this is something that passes like a magic breath through the first
    • that something like a drop of spiritual substance flowed from the
    • Movement by curiosity or the like, but those who come in with upright
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    • have before us a kind of backward review, like a great tableau, of
    • human and yet could stand firmly on his own feet and feel like a lord
    • himself as made in the likeness of the Divine, and he carried out his
    • of the Divine connection, like a leaf from the tree, and thy God can
    • for the first time with something like a prospect of deliverance for
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    • man who meets us in the physical world is quite unlike his single
    • water is quite unlike hydrogen? And so he is! Hence we cannot rely
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    • Ego-consciousness was still dull, dream-like, dim. But if you turn
    • into the real nature of human understanding. Here I should like to
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    • but could do so in a youthful, child-like and yet powerful organism.
    • characterised? It was because he was not a human individuality like
    • adept, nor with anything like a higher human being. For an adept is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • Christian philosophy and Christian life, something like theosophical
    • through a loveless action something acts like a burning and
    • does not know what is going on around him. He is like an ostrich with
    • backward as far as we like, with no end to it in either direction. It
    • always goes round and round like a wheel. The other thing — the
    • When I speak like
    • earth is a planet like others, can one still believe that Christ came
    • like the performance of a great cosmic drama on the stage of a small
    • when something like that is said, but after all there is not much
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    • it, he actually feels something like sharp pains and woundings, like
    • will not make good progress. Of course people would like to have
    • something like a dream-picture, arising in his mind, will make a
    • it feels like an experience of my own.’ Like a dream-picture it
    • dreamlike clairvoyance, so will there be a future clairvoyance that
    • is not dreamlike, the clairvoyance of people who know what they are
    • experienced by men as an etheric Form. Like Paul before Damascus,
    • everything had to take the form of a childlike preparation. Men could
    • time in the life of this Bodhisattva, something like a revolution, a
    • something like an exchange, but the individuality remains in a
    • distinctive feature is precisely that the later years are so unlike
    • our souls is something like a renewed stimulus to further effort, to
  • Title: Deed of Christ: Lecture 2: The Deed of Christ and the Opposing Spiritual Powers. Lucifer, Ahriman, Asuras.
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    • inevitably arise, with the result that men will also live like
    • to Christianity, like St. Francis of Assisi or St. Elizabeth of
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    • sense-world became like a veil, through the influence of this second
    • Being the physical world in its totality became like a dense rind,
    • Zarathustra was to instill culture into a people who, unlike the
    • a mysterious way with the nature-forces in wind, weather and the like;
    • impulses of man. Whereas on the earth it is only beings like animals
    • There we see a connection which seems to be like a relic of
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    • to understand the whole meaning and spirit of a work like the
    • say, what forces made it possible for Christianity, like the other
    • of understanding the meaning and spirit of a work like the Apocalypse
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    • night likewise.”
    • was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone, and there was a
    • rainbow round about the throne, in sight like unto an emerald. And
    • of God. And before the throne there was a sea of glass like unto
    • before and behind. And the first beast was like a lion and the second
    • beast like a calf and the third beast had a face as a man, and the
    • fourth beast was like a flying eagle. And the four beasts had each of
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    • I should like to
    • are not following the subject actively. People like everything to be
    • the like, for then it is not necessary to think at all. Indeed, they
    • alike manifest. Our strivings for knowledge to-day can reveal neither
    • no abyss dividing it alike from art and religion. Knowledge, art,
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    • must carry out dance-like movements from his seventh year onwards.
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    • education are alike unthinkable without the existence of slavery. And
    • through the whole of the Middle Ages education tosses like a ship
    • however much certain portions of our humanity to-day would like to
    • girl. We may no longer suppress this into a dreamlike obscurity as
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    • out of the spirit. For whether we like it or not, mankind has now
    • exactly like the consciousness a man would have if he were to look at
    • ideas. And it is this that confuses him. He would like to think that
    • what the mirror reveals is sublime and perfect; he would like to be
    • able to make something of it, above all, he would like to make use of
    • given them in the schoolroom. People do not think like this nowadays.
    • teeth to his aid when through sounds like d or t, he brings the
    • with a skeleton-like thinking must be led over into imaginative
  • Title: Education: Lecture V: The Emancipation of the Will in the Human Organism
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    • practically unnoticed by an age like ours, which lives in
    • — in so far as the animal has dreamlike thought and will
    • state this truth quite frankly, because to utter it seems almost like
    • education ought to be! And so the educational unions spring up like
    • a statement like this one must of course ask pardon, and this I do,
    • like every other function, becomes an expression of the whole human
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    • given up to the Cosmos in an imaginative, dreamlike existence. This
    • “baby-language.” Unconsciously the child does not like
    • education, school hygiene and the like can be united in such a way
    • aversion from toys like the ‘beautiful doll,’ although
    • this dislike is deeply rooted in their souls. However strongly we may
    • the brain, flow gently upwards. They mould the brain like a sculptor
    • All that the child cannot as yet understand works upon the brain like
    • we prattle like a little child and think to bring our speech down to his
    • although he may say he would like to be a chauffeur! Why? Because
    • carriages, shoeing horses, or the like, besides having a definite
    • primitive, really enchanting doll something like this one.
    • possible in the peaceful, dreamlike condition of pictorial
    • in later life. Soul and body alike suffer if the inner being of the
    • for instance, by toys like the beautiful doll. These do not only
  • Title: Education: Lecture VII: The Rhythmic System, Sleeping and Waking, Imitation
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    • like wooden machines. It is really a characteristic of our day that
    • men and women carry their bodies about like burdens, whereas a truer
    • like this. The world could only emanate from the Divine because the
    • alike must develop from the artistic element. Thus especially so far
    • for artistic expression. But alas! our civilization to-day would like
    • likes or dislikes what kind of education should be given to our
    • I said was that the humanitarian feelings of to-day would like
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    • call forth flowers of plants like yellow dandelions, buttercups and
    • roses. When the rays of the sun fall obliquely, we have plants like
    • is like one huge plant, a giant tree out of which the various plants
    • grow like branches.
    • like branches.
    • or mushroom-like growth. We now explain how a plant like a
    • blood. Having spoken of the artistic modelling of the cup-like
    • inner parts are soft and are surrounded by shell-like formations.
    • surrounded by a cup-like bony formation.
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    • education arithmetic and geometry are really like a chameleon; by
    • continues all that it has received as arithmetic and the like. We
    • were running away and one would like to go with them. This leads to
    • instead of beginning geometry with triangles and the like, where the
    • later from the earlier seems to him like so much unmusical strumming
    • part of history; figures like Alfred the Great, Cromwell and others
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    • and the like.
    • seven and ten, we let plants, clouds, springs, and the like, speak their
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    • me just like someone who says: “I want a house built; it must
    • entrusted has to face a regular onset! The teachers never like giving
    • particularly in rousing the will and the like. When a child is
    • else, from imitative or pictorial qualities of music and the like.
    • Raphael, in short, if nature and history alike are imbued with an
  • Title: Human Values in Education: Lecture I
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    • actual conditions of life. I should like to express myself
    • arithmetic like this, geography like that, and so it goes on.
    • which knowledge is presented is not at all likely to develop
    • as an ideal and were to say that every child must become like
    • which comes about like this is frightfully clever. I do not
    • strongly as you like for the principle that the child must be
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    • This is not enough. So today I should like to lay certain
    • which I should like to put before you, two personalities who
    • ideological phrases or dream-like mysticism into a truly
    • should do it like this or like that, you should employ this or
    • meet someone with a rough, harsh voice, with a voice like the
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    • what is of like nature with himself. He must only gradually
    • consciousness is dream-like, shadowy; to begin with his
    • which I should like to characterise in the following way.
    • say to the child: Do it like this, do it like that, he really
    • soul a liking for what is good, a dislike of what is bad.
    • a sign that is somewhat fish like, while at the same time
    • runs up to us and we give him a bear to cuddle. Things like
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    • put to me in connection with our subject and I should like to
    • are therefore likely to arise, and it may well be
    • has been put I should like to interpolate the following
    • our present day civilisation work on the child like little
    • are to be seen, one is likely to find, for instance, a soil
    • arise: What will the clock look like on its return? for he does
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    • should like to make clear first of all that the soul of all the
    • He disliked eating at table, and would leave the dining room
    • light there are strong shadows. Likewise in regard to certain
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    • concerning questions of method, I should like to add
    • environment; they are standing shadowlike in the
    • come and ask a question: Oh, I would so much like to know ....
    • the opinion that all children should be like his own. He must
    • subconsciously of the opinion that all children should be like
    • within the school, albeit in a childlike way. If therefore we
    • likewise be opposite. If one thinks in this way then, without
    • life is hung like clothes on a coat-hanger.
    • childlike yet noble a fashion in
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    • of the sanguines, and the melancholies also see what it is like
    • children in such a way that one sees how “like reacts
    • favourably on like” is very good even from an external
    • unlikely to the physicist, but it is nevertheless a fact that
    • I shall most likely discover that this particular child eats
    • idealists, so-called, very likely reproach anthroposophy and
    • you something about which you can laugh as much as you like.
    • time there are people, who, when one would like to tell them
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    • has a nose like his father's they say it is inherited. But it
    • anger one would feel like knocking him down! The plant consists
    • roundness, he too would say Kopf; and likewise,
    • the feeling that we should like to draw the form of the head
    • somebody comes along with whom one would like to come to an
    • bad when one would really like to know what the other man has
    • high heels” and so on — I should like it better
    • “There stands a man who is pale” — it is like
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    • professor adopts the fashion of dressing like a man of the
    • not only that the teachers are like this, but these little
    • a town is — if he only knows what the town looks like?
    • people who would like to resuscitate the Olympic Games. This is
    • figures, with an eye for what is likely to prove more
    • should like to relate a little story which describes how the
    • in public life. When the Greek, no matter what he was like in
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    • may venture to say, arisen likewise in accordance with destiny,
    • gather by the graves of those who, like themselves, were
    • as an inner necessity. In this connection I should like to
    • also create an anthroposophical university? For we should like
    • this, what was felt by these childlike hearts provides an
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    • what it looked like — this fish that you saw. If I make
    • this for you (see drawing) it looks very like a fish. What you
    • saw as a fish looks something like what you see there on the
    • f like this!” you are teaching him something quite
    • strike a chord to which the child-like soul loves to vibrate in
    • learnt like this from isolated instances, we pass on — no
    • look like in print, and one day we write a long sentence on the
    • continue, in fact, throughout our teaching to pass like this
    • itself. Its influence is present like an undertone; when the
    • at once. Through listening like this to the person who uses
    • how to make one angle like this, another like that; we try to
    • “Imagine you are a chrysalis like this yourself. Your
    • find its way out like the butterfly from the chrysalis.”
    • that the butterfly is like the human soul, you will not achieve
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    • like feeling. Speaking, too, is primarily
    • sum 25,920 is like a year in comparison, and the day of 24
    • present in us before death, like a seed.
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    • proceed to say, as many theosophists and anthroposophists like
    • like our performance too?” They had the real urge to
    • attention to the way in which in a poet like Schiller a
    • however, people come to a subject like the “Threefold
    • we were to guide the artistic element like this, in its two
    • pass in a flow of recitative and the rhyme be sung like an aria.
    • introducing these children like this to nature we should always
    • will-like element of music is that man should feel himself part
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    • I should like to mention, in connection with
    • talk like this to the child, and then tell him: “You will
    • it through with the child, like other things, by frequent
    • to see that the consciousness — if I may put it like this
    • knowledge of life, is like playing at things; it is meaningless
    • like this very early with the children — a paint-box with
    • like it. Each child must leave a certain space between his and
    • like this is the time ripe for passing on to the first elements
    • should now like, before going into this further, to
    • In these times, of course, when people like to confuse
    • to-day's speaking has become very abstract. But I should like
    • their effect. Something like an actual swoon would have come
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    • but I should like to indicate the essential course of the teaching,
    • washing, and cleanliness. It is well to have something like
    • is, they write it like this: BATH. So this is the picture of
    • like beaver, bear, etc., portrayed the back of the animal, the
    • imagination to trace for the child a path like this from
    • you think out for yourself something like the Ð’
    • the vine? (Rebe). The grown-ups write Rebe like this: REBE. Now
    • that the child sees the resemblance with the picture. Like this
    • to say: “When you stood like that and said ‘Ah!’ it was
    • inside you stream out like this (Fig. 1) and you reveal it when
    • African races you find sounds which are like the cracking of a
    • his feeling — that he is in a situation like this:
    • (roof). But then you ought to make a D like this,
    • the little d. You can derive the existing letter-forms like
    • Here, too, I should not like to forget to warn you of being led
    • looks like it, too! For through this Puttkammer orthography we
    • introduce the child to a thing like orthography. Along with the
    • respect, write like this, therefore their example should be
  • Title: Practical Course/Teachers: Lecture VI: On the Rhythm of Life and Rhythmical Repetition in Teaching
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    • like everyone who is attracted to work of this kind to have the
    • say: “A scrupulously faithful method like this reveals
    • split up into atoms like this the soul of their subject and
    • like this: You can remember a reading passage better when you
    • correct, I could have known it before, for I should like to
    • light on the meaning of a thing. The will likes to sleep, and
    • it does not wish to be fully awakened by what I should like to
    • particularly active in movements like the Theosophical
    • pure work of art, explained in terms of theosophical cant like
    • into provinces which they quite naturally do not like to enter
    • will now understand that people do not like to study these
    • enter like this into the rhythm of life is of quite particular
    • should like to make the following objection. Anyone
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    • I should like to speak to you
    • I should like to
    • its enemies, or, too, when feeding, always acts like the human
    • the mouse are arranged — like our nails — always to
    • actually has four legs and feet shaped like arms, and not four
    • their feet are shaped like hands so that they can support the
    • only head, like the lower animals, have to propel their own
    • placed like this in the natural order the child absorbs
    • repeatedly expressing it like this: “Man is placed at the
    • because Goethe was like this, after first struggling hard with
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    • like members of an economic State system whose demands and
    • that the process is explained to the child like this:
    • to be childish superficially, but to transform into childlike
    • solemn or stodgy person, to be no longer able to behave like a
    • child, inwardly like a child, in your thinking and feeling and
    • acquired. You will not transport yourself like this into
    • nature, you take a delight in it like the child himself,
    • stands something like a bench; on this bench lies a ball; I
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    • concerning subject-less or impersonal sentences like “it
    • took yesterday for practice, like this one:
    • am very glad, but most of all because you like doing this now
    • as much as you used to like romping out of doors.” Such a
    • children like telling their parents at table. And if you
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    • really feel the children in front of you like a choir which you
    • conceivably understood in an intellectually minded age like our
    • — What is the chalk like at the top? It is broken
    • of Pythagoras was not taught like this in the schools, and in
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    • child's attention to them like this: “You see that part
    • line are made of limestone like this, and the mountains beneath
    • made of rock like this, which is primary rock.” And he
    • see, if you begin like this with a good foundation, when the
    • geography lesson is like a resume of much that is learnt. What
    • instance: “The Japanese make their pictures like
    • with a time-table marked out like Regimental Orders, but follow
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    • should like to make the position plain to you by
    • experience, like a shaft from their subconsciousness, the
    • principles of teaching. In this connection I should like to
    • have to think, like pedants: Now teach geography, now history,
    • of enormous importance for life. I should like to know who has
    • jargon of words or dislike the interests represented there, but
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    • something which he himself likes to tell about. In all this
    • usual school time-table — we can spend as long as we like
    • word is dying towards its end. You will try like this to
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    • shape of any cooking utensil you like to choose, you undermine
    • hurtful to him. The animal world is not likely to be overrun by
    • any evil like the spreading of alcoholic consumption in the
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    • “I should now like to bring these observations to a close
    • by reminding you of what I should like you to take to heart:
    • should like to say this: For me personally this Waldorf School
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture I
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    • and to this I would like to give you a kind of introduction to-day. Of
    • always find an end, but abstract thought goes on running round like a
    • external. Accept it, shall I say, like the external circumstances that
    • not made — that we take ridicule like a good shower of rain. If
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    • and appear, now as heat, now as mechanical force, or the like. This is
    • process exactly like the spiritual process that takes place when you
    • scientist: what would Nature be like if man were not within it? Of
    • and later he separated out the animal world like a precipitate, or
    • which as a rule you know nothing; like this, for example: you go a
    • and arising: it is entirely seedlike, and has nothing dead within it.
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    • By way of introduction I should like to say the following: it is not
    • that is feeling: feeling is like blunted will. On this account the
    • egoism: one would like to have done something better in order to be a
    • resolution. This intention remains like a seed in the soul, and the
    • would like to establish the education of the future. In Russia this
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    • our life between birth and death bring antipathy into the childlike
    • Now what do the manifestations of feeling in the body look like? You
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture VI
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    • Suppose you have here two posts set up like pillars. (See drawing.)
    • like, the condition of unconsciousness — you know that what we
    • child life. You may get a child in school who behaves like a true
    • process, but only in the dreamlike feeling.
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    • should be asleep. For the nerves would then act like those organs
    • Therefore you will understand that when people hear of something like
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    • his will. For to try and make a child use his will, would be like
    • of external objects would be something like regarding
    • yourself like the other man, and that you have within you a being who
    • another man something like the following happens. You perceive a man
    • being to yourself, makes an impression on you like an attack. The
    • sense-like consciousness that we live in balance. Through a certain
    • inward sense like perception we relate ourselves to right and left, to
    • we had not twelve senses we should look at our environment like
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    • like a picture in a duplicating machine; it is impossible to
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    • attached like limbs. Thus the skull, too, has its limbs: the upper and
    • the legs and the shell-like bones of the head. Here it is particularly
    • others indrawn — then you get the shell-like head bones out of
    • stocking looks like turned inside out. But a tubular bone is not equal
    • that which would now be inside. And it is like this with the tubular
    • Well, a man cannot altogether know what a stocking or a glove is like
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    • soul and spirit? Because the head has reached something like
    • through breathing, nourishment, movement, and the like. And you must
    • like. And then at the end of the school year, or of some definite
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    • when the head would like to shape you so that you would look like a
    • wolf; at other times it would like to shape you so that you would look
    • like a lamb. Then again, so that you would look like a serpent; it
    • would like to make you into a serpent, a dragon.
    • like to maintain you in animality. It gives you the forms of the whole
    • animal kingdom; it would like animal kingdoms continually to arise.
    • and is like saying: “Here is a razor, I will cut meat with
    • check the plant-like growth as soon as it begins to arise within him.
    • The moment there arises in us even a vestige of plant-like nature, the
    • illnesses. This is a thing we may perhaps not like to hear, because it
    • Indeed, nourishment, like the process of breathing, takes place in the
    • him ill. And if he can eat a great deal of unripe fruit, like
    • which bends your forearm you are bringing into play a machine-like
    • drawing. It is a thoroughly machine-like movement. You also carry out
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIII
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    • turned inside out like a glove or stocking. And in this is an
    • kind of pressure is being exercised, like the pressure on your
    • human being is like a dam for the spirit and soul. They might flow
    • have likened to a stream, is a very remarkable one. I have likened the
    • soul is dammed up there it splashes back like water meeting a weir. It
    • is like this: the spirit and soul brings matter with it, as the
    • Why are they like this? It is due to the fact that man can never
    • turn inwards like a goad, so that you may work slowly — for we
  • Title: Study of Man: Lecture XIV
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    • nose and nasal passages and the lung nature. This nose is rather like
    • although more soul-like than the nose, conceals its existence with
    • and how these pieces of head are extended in wave-like movements which
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture I: The Necessity for a Spiritual Insight
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    • sense may be called new, I should like to say: In our day novelty is
    • natural science? It is something like the clay which a sculptor takes
    • principally a question of teachers. What must the teacher: be like in
    • upbringing of such people — of people like this who later have
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture II: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday: Yoga
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    • people take it to mean something like ‘intellectual’ or to
    • that which it would like the mother to do. So that Ma-Ma contains the
    • movements as I do, it looks like me, but it is not I; it differs from
    • much like spirit nowadays it follows that people do not like the new
    • that you can apply to man. Look at the human body, it is like a
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture III: Spiritual Disciplines of Yesterday and To-day
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    • It would not be possible to think like this from our modern
    • would be like if one were to evolve a different kind of sympathy or
    • like a sea of life, — if we can work at our own progress and make
    • One has to consider, for instance, what one will be like in ten years'
    • man who thinks like this, on rational grounds, is not concerning
    • who would like to see this or the other treated more fundamentally,
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture IV: Body Viewed from the Spirit
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    • could make at the outset. To-day, I would merely like to say that when
    • fact it would be a good thing to-day if people would think like this.
    • The development of these three systems in man is not alike. Throughout
    • discovery like this in educational practice. One must know, as a
    • abstract spirit in the clouds like a mystic, and for the rest, holds
    • sympathy when he sees goodness, and feel dislike and antipathy when he
    • aesthetic dislike of evil; that is, if also here, we work through
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture V: How Knowledge Can Be Nurture
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    • would affect the child like a demon, something foreign thrust into his
    • all look different. No one man's hair is like another's. Life displays
    • social prejudice, if you like, but these prejudices have to be
    • a case like this one can make no promises that this or the other
    • bear. A relationship arises like that between eating and being
    • have a heap of beans — or if you like, so that it may the better
    • considerateness, moderation. And one's moral likes and dislikes
  • Title: Spiritual Ground: Lecture VI: The Teacher as Artist in Education
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    • be like? Suppose for example, a teacher knows from his anatomy
    • the nerve cells look like this”: — it is all very fine, put
    • child is, as it were, impermeable to our vision. The child is like
    • human type. What is he like? He appears externally a quiet, withdrawn
    • ideas like those which he produces himself. We must give him many
    • only can like be known by like, like can be treated and healed by
    • like.
    • treatment those of like temperament rub each other's corners off
    • into the body, and the child grasps nothing because his head is like a
    • head is like a sieve, who lets everything through into the rest of his
    • — whose heads are like a sieve, where everything falls through
    • like a sieve.
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    • composed of something to be moulded like wax, one has to seek out each
    • so that we had something like 200 children to work with at the
    • Well you know, one can often let a crank school like this carry on and
    • children to carve forms like this so that they may acquire feeling for
    • they come to do things like this (Carved bowl) one sees that it lives
    • produce things from their own feeling for form, they look like this,
    • thing like this — to my mind a most remarkable fellow —
    • only make realistic things, but invent little fellows like these
    • gnomes and suchlike things (Showing toys).
    • They also discover how to make more complicated things like this; they
    • led on until he comes to make a lively fellow like this of his own
    • And when a child achieves a thing like this (a yellow owl with movable
    • spin like the girls, they want to assist the girls. The girls spin and
    • the boys want to fetch and carry, like attendant knights. This is the
    • Sicily, for instance, look like this, (coloured map) and we get a map.
    • certain purpose and therefore I make it like this.
    • would like to draw your attention to the many charming objects we have
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    • likely he is being gorged with sugar; he is given too many sweets, he
    • spiritual nature, but it will be like a balloon in the air, flying
    • end of the school year resembles a little biography, it is like an
    • image of what the child is like at this age. And we have found at the
    • mirror-like report and children accept it contentedly. Now we also
    • must be in the country, and such-like; we say, rather: the conditions
    • Anthroposophy is just like this, it is just like this way of talking
    • of what I have to say I should like to use these figures made in the
    • order, it is for them like a resurrection of what they felt when they
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    • human nature and to deal with them. In a school like the Waldorf
    • to Anthroposophy — but when a strange thing like Anthroposophy
    • For only when one views human nature afresh like this, without
    • helpful alike to education and teaching will be the subject of the
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    • given this preface, I would like to speak more specifically about what
    • precisely, I would like to say, and others less precisely.
    • which like an additional head with a downward extension has been set
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    • the rear in spirit; as if one were to experience something like having
    • most likely have to persuade them to do these, as they will react at
    • and such like, you will be able to bring this person to normal breathing
    • migrane-like conditions, these can be appreciably alleviated through
    • a snake-like line. This serpentine may approach a straight line in the
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    • that this going out of oneself is difficult, that one would like to remain
    • which one would like to be active in such a manner that the inward would
    • the most inclusive sound; one would like to run after the speech organism
    • with every limb, as I would like to express it, when one says R. Actually
    • in each of the letters we have to do with a likeness of that which is
    • to become big-bellied, as I would like to call it, it is easy to understand
    • man puffs himself up like his head — he puffs himself up, he blows
    • at the matter in a super-sensible manner the frog who would like to blow
    • himself up into an ox, you see, is the one from whom a cannon-like O
    • of sounds tomorrow, I would like to speak in closing of something
    • have for that which lies in words? I would like to know how many people
    • which came about because it was seen that one traces something like a
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    • like this is hidden a very important Symptom of the times. It is, on
    • of it. To teach eurythmy like a grumpy, dried-out school-master would
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    • I would like to emphasize the following. It is the case that when one
    • what I wanted to tell you today concerning these matters. I would like
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    • he would like to be imitating outwardly, physically, when he listens
    • engages oneself with those forces which otherwise work as dream-like
    • for therapeutic purposes, to make one's own what I would like to call
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    • like to draw your attention to the following.
    • what would like to arise and take form in something like mystical poetry
    • it is quite late, I would still like to go into a few matters in order
    • to perhaps bring some clarification. I would like to start with the
    • I would like to make the following remark. In our times, and within
    • pursue this tendency himself. We are no longer human beings like the
    • end of this course I would as well like to state that, in order to make
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    • I would like to speak to you about the whole purpose and meaning of
    • representation which finds its expression in what I would like to call
    • movement, or movement structure, as I would like to call it, derived
    • a question arose which I would like to discuss briefly here, in closing:
    • on the other hand, one must not overestimate something like curative
    • surprised and would like to go and search out where that which is being
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    • likened to song. Such singing was, however, enhanced by accompanying
    • already written a good deal about him, but I should much like to write
    • that lay, like a hidden Eurythmy, in their construction and use.
    • melody, and into this melody he wove his words, like threaded pearls.
    • recitation, which is so well liked to-day. It would be impossible to
    • health. Such a child is then given those particular movements likely
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    • Question: Sir, I would like to ask about various foods — beans
    • the air, like beans or peas. And when one looks at a field of grain,
    • has a different form. And so, if you like the sound of it better, you
    • we must cook them; we must have stewed fruit and the like. If someone
    • there are the bodies that do not like fat, they don't enjoy eating
    • bacon, they just don't like to eat fatty foods. Those are bodies that
    • fat, or the like, well, that goes over into his body. It satisfies his
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    • Rudolf Steiner: Today I would like to add a little more in answer to
    • Likewise I only need to eat protein once; after that, I can make it
    • And now perhaps you may still like to ask some individual questions?
    • eating a great deal of meat and eggs and the like. I know someone in
    • every single person. No two persons have arteriosclerosis alike;
    • what he begins to like to eat and not like to eat. The moment a child
    • way: One should observe carefully what a child likes and what he
    • loathes, and not force him to eat what he does not like. If it
    • people don't like to be wearied by logical reasoning — “in the first
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    • knows in addition to the will. It is like a Fata Morgana, a misty
    • which are like copies, but the archetypes. By proceeding to the
    • ocean of light and colors unlike anything he has known in the
    • because he feels like a victor over his etheric body by means of his
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    • something that is light. Likewise, the ear can sense only tone
    • like a Fata Morgana within him; it is a kind of reflection called
    • streams into the soul like the divine in its different forms. Hence,
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    • so that all higher animals, just like the human being, possess a
    • between the two, and now the soul descended. Like a sword fits into a
    • between all other organs. The ear itself reverberates; it is like a
    • the other sense organs, like the eye, for example, alter the
    • one member to another, just like the musical ear in the Bach family.
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    • reason primeval speech was more like song. What man carries out in
    • the super-sensible world were actually vowel-like. The Hebrew word
    • to comprehend man, however, by the ground he stands on. Likewise, tone
    • way! We may indeed put it like that. When a human lung is dissected,
    • art of sculpturing, from the other comes a musical and song-like
    • will understand that when one describes something like this one has
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    • like Goethe to consider the musical element as a kind of ideal of all
    • like that to begin with in order to describe the human being in
    • and took hold of the as yet formless earthly being in, I would like
    • felt it; in order to express it, we must word it like that —
    • one isolated tone. It would have appeared to him like a lone ghost
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    • was like in very ancient ages of human evolution. Man did not yet
    • to give an idea of what song itself was like in the age when the
    • and the like took place after that; this was a later development.
    • subjective level what imagination is like. One who experiences sixths
    • instruments like the flute or violin originate musically from the
    • higher world. A piano is like the Philistine who no longer contains
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    • waking life. Likewise, man is in another world during sleep; this
    • put it like this, but much more so in the “seventh-era” —
    • something like an objective major and minor mode, not one experienced
    • descendants were men like Aeschylus or Heraclitus, one finds that, in
    • explained to you that this was in the case of music, but it was like
    • what once was lost. I would like to put it like this: man must
    • what this will be like.
    • spirit that is within us like a seed to blossoming and fruition so
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    • case like this must be viewed quite objectively. It is a fact that
    • observation. Here, in the physical world, it is said: people like
    • various times, like that of the Empress Elizabeth of Austria, to
    • as the actual necessities are concerned, they act like persons who
    • work like this; in their state of dream they let reality pass them by.
    • like the walls of a room into which they have been carried during
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    • the like are founded today, all of them convinced that they represent
    • Monotheism and many people evince something like horror at a teaching
    • and the like — none of it leads anywhere. What is essential is
    • relationships with the spiritual world are prophetic utterances like
    • it so. Men like best of all to devise theories according to which
    • fall as it were like ripened fruit from the spiritual world into the
    • theology, however, would actually like to prevent anyone from speaking
    • likeness to animal nature. For since the event of 1879, the
    • threshold of his consciousness and is constantly surging upwards like
    • stronger and stronger likeness to what, in the body, it pictures
    • What they like best of all, nowadays, for example, is that one should
    • abstract programmes. Humanity today likes to have abstract programmes,
    • likes best of all to condense into four or five paragraphs what should
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    • in a cloud-like picture. The picture stands there before the
    • the physical world! With the help of an example I should like to give
    • below. As I said, it is an unlikely occurrence because this is one of
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    • inspiration to the most childlike of men. All that remains childlike
    • childlike innocence. Where else do we find such a tender portrayal of
    • the childlike nature as in what is said of the childhood of Jesus of
    • were born to-day, he would still, like a child at school, first have
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    • upon even the most childlike natures. The lofty teachings of
    • humanity, and when we find it again in this Gospel it seems to be like
    • etheric body is then cast off as a second corpse and something like
    • themselves: like the rays of the sun from the heavens, so did the
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    • in a childlike state as long as possible, and then a clairvoyant
    • but certain childlike, youthful forces would be able to permeate the
    • right source he can say: you may test them as severely as you like,
    • childlike conditions until puberty, which could then be given over to
    • incarnations but had been kept at a very early stage — like the
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    • indolence and a dislike of having to wrestle with many concepts; but
    • then suddenly falls into a state of deathlike unconsciousness. A
    • descended in a bodily shape like a dove upon him and a voice came from
    • (3:22 And the Holy Ghost descended in a bodily shape likeLuke III, 21–23)
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    • left at a lower, more childlike stage. The same thing had to happen in
    • hand, a second man who has kept himself longer in a childlike state
    • the soul. Hence by reason of their childlike stage of evolution the
    • revelation from without — like the revelations concerning the
    • culture — if we like to call it so. Hence among the ancient
    • under the inspiration of the Buddha and it is like a continuation of
    • came to Buddha. All these sayings seem to be like utterances of Buddha
    • 3:11 He answereth and saith unto them, He that hath two coats, let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do likewise. \
    • the Baptist is like someone who had seen the seed of a rose-tree and
    • only as a ‘homeless’ man (like the Buddha who left his home for
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    • clairvoyant sees the will-impulses of a man flashing like flames
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    • shadowy clairvoyance. Their consciousness was dreamlike but they were
    • We can, if we like,
    • centuries before our era; we have now become like Buddha in our own
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    • people who occasionally would like to bring about a kind of vague
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    • 6:23 Rejoice ye in that day, and leap for joy: for, behold, your reward is great in heaven: for in the like manner did their fathers unto the prophets. \
    • 7:31 And the Lord said, Whereunto then shall I liken the men of this generation? and to what are they like? \
    • 7:32 They are like unto children sitting in the marketplace, and calling one to another, and saying, We have piped unto you, and ye have not danced; we have mourned to you, and ye have not wept. \
    • where their bodies lay in a deathlike condition; after
    • that is ‘childlike’ still retains a last remnant of the nature
    • ‘childlike’ part and also a ‘grown’ part in man.
    • — that is, He who sent this (childlike) part
    • significance of what has remained ‘childlike’ in man and
    • It is essential to pay heed to what has remained ‘childlike
    • in man, for it is by way of this childlike nature that warmth can be
    • childlike nature must be developed in order that the other faculties
    • may follow suit. Everyone has the childlike nature within him and
    • deathlike sleep had brought to the few Initiates who witnessed it,
    • sweat fell from the Redeemer like drops of blood, was carried further
    • fulfilled. In the other, however, Faith is like a faint light shining
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    • unthought, that their children will, of course, grow up like
    • reflect, a little something of what I would like to describe as the
    • opened up: it was like suddenly finding oneself on a new planet. That
    • avidly read a book like Sinnett's
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    • to fulfil certain inner needs by reading the work of people like
    • most likely to be understood within the circles then united by
    • I would like to draw a pen picture of what the Theosophical
    • then we move on to manas, kama manas and suchlike, which everybody
    • like that around, even at the turn of the century. At that time
    • Such a view is not possible unless one behaves rather like Icarus.
    • the above as evidence for this, too which led people like Schelling
    • arose in a natural way. Suddenly that struck people like a flash.
    • on earth, only now it is like a misty memory. At this point Schelling
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    • like, for instance, Julius Robert Mayer.
    • likely to jolt very many people who were not to be taken lightly. And
    • The problem is an exceedingly complicated one and demands, like
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    • I would like you to remember that in these discussions I always
    • kinds of literature in which a word like theosophy occurs, and then
    • historical development of their given area of study are likely to
    • Try to imagine for a moment what it was like in Christian countries
    • we were shown into something not unlike a stable. I lectured in a
    • existed, then someone like Blavatsky would not have engendered any
    • deep-seated, almost will-like, inner feeling of human beings had to
    • And the dreamlike, out-of-body experience of the soul, which even
    • a stronger existence than dreams. We are like fish out of water if we
    • processes there are beings in the world like themselves, spiritual
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    • like Nietzsche, who was serious about wanting to understand the
    • as a whole, it really feels like nothing
    • could find an answer to them in something like Annie Besant's book
    • rational and direct a manner as one likes to think. Thus I did not
    • wisdom was more like a memory of earlier lives on earth and
    • by providing the West's spirituality, or lack of it if you like, with
    • something like that, and every word that was uttered sounded
    • uncommonly like an excuse.
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    • It would be sufficient to say: “I will not deny that I like
    • on. All would have been well if people had admitted: We like that.
    • held together by “self” and “not self”, like
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    • obvious that a building like the Goetheanum, in contrast to
    • and other commercial ventures with a like purpose. And this queer
    • Working from the centre like this, which was, of course,
    • was also evident in outer symptoms. When a movement like ours has
    • something like that? I delivered my lecture and saw immediately
    • like ours that opportunities must always be found to work out of the
    • conclusion that we have to barge in everywhere like bulls in china
    • possible. In our time each person who is a member of a society like
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    • Thus our laws of nature are rather like roses without the rose bush:
    • continued to live, like the blue baby in Frankfurt did, and anthroposophy
    • Such an attitude led to tremendous dilemmas for a soul like
    • the tenth, eleventh or twelfth centuries have said? Or someone like
    • Mayer, the Paracelsus of the nineteenth century if you like, was left
    • lots of cliques and exclusive groups and behave like the rest of the
    • like a kind of self-reflection for the Anthroposophical Society. We
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    • should like to offer a brief introduction so that you may have some
    • this context I should like to refer to an ancient conception, an old
    • basis, I would like, none the less, to call attention to them
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    • kind of auric cloud, drifting like patches of mist — here a
    • dreamlike. Today, if someone were asleep and you were all sitting
    • imagined the existence of something like a funnel, as we should call
    • Chaldeans did not share this attitude. The childlike condition of
    • up from the instinctual life like mists or clouds — just as
    • demoniacal or beautiful and elf-like. It is not only the phenomenal
    • yourself like your fingers and toes. It all forms a single whole and
    • and the individual lions attached to it like the balls, the whole
    • being, and the individual lions seemingly suspended like the moving
    • plant world spread out before us like a carpet. We are filled with
    • like dewdrops, simply a reflected Image.
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    • and grandeur which sparkle out amongst the world of stars like the
    • like to draw your attention to a peculiar phenomenon when we
    • the other. I should like to describe these things entirely from
    • otherwise. But first of all I should like to point out a peculiarity
    • acts upon us like a leaden weight that drags us down and threatens to
    • Initiate consciousness, the physical world appears like a
    • faithful portrait, but bore a certain likeness to him. In the fourth
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    • case. I should like now to characterize briefly the attitude to
    • distance. I should like to offer you a somewhat inadequate picture of
    • Initiate knowledge he would say something like the following to his
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    • brief digression into history I should now like to continue our
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    • Ego, unlike the physical body, are not endowed with eyes and
    • interplay between that which seeks to dissolve into dreamlike fantasy
    • dreamlike state. Then for the first time we begin to understand what
    • and false paths leading to the spiritual world, I should like to
    • perhaps, we should like to have more precise, more detailed
    • astronomy, astrophysics and the like are wide of the mark. They offer
    • imagine; with their dreamlike knowledge they knew a great deal about
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    • investigations, I should like to make the following
    • to describe these impressions in the abstract; I should like to
    • felt like a little child face to face with a grown-up, because one
    • he does so with the knowledge born of Initiation. He would like
    • and Giotto. We feel we would like to know personally precisely those
    • Insulis; we should like to be given more historical facts. Then, as
    • mentioned occasionally, like those of Alanus ab Insulis and Brunetto
    • Latini, and the School of Chartres, stand out like solitary
    • luminaries, whilst Scotus Erigena appears like some erratic boulder
    • like to enter into the details of a matter of some importance. When
    • to fall victim to black magic. Men would so much like to make visible
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    • enveloped in cloud. Such is the nature of plants like the violet.
    • Plants like the deadly nightshade have a different arrangement. The
    • consciousness that we realize how this situation arose. I should like
    • by earthly standards — like the duck or the wild duck species
    • described, with webbed feet and strange kangaroo-like body. Such a
    • the colour and auditory sensations, possess us like a phantom —
    • of the colours that penetrate into our inner being are phantom-like.
    • everything in the dim, phantom-like shadows that should really be
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    • contacts? I have already spoken about this, but today I would like to
    • perceived not only his physical contours, but had a dreamlike
    • Angels almost in the likeness of human beings, the Archangels with
    • is that it is written like a mathematical text-book, that I sought to
    • therefore surrenders himself in a dreamlike state to his inner
    • It is dreaming in action, activity in a dreamlike state, in place of
    • invents theories of an ideal State like the Bolshevists and, like the
    • Psychical Research would like to do by means of external experiments.
    • Research would like to explore.
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    • second man might break loose, wander phantom-like abroad and stray
    • awakens within him something like an inner night.
    • longer need to stumble along undefined paths like the sleep-walker,
    • context I would like to recall the investigations which I mentioned
    • modern natural science which H. P. Blavatsky detested like the
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    • this question is always seen in a false light, and is the more likely
    • if I cannot look into that world myself? I should like, therefore, to
    • dream consciousness and sleep consciousness (one would like to say
    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • like to point out that this form of education was unknown to men of
    • brief account, therefore, I should like first to speak of man's
    • itself however moves freely in space like the stars which mutually
    • like the modern scientist, demand that proof must be supported by the
    • are like the stars which mutually support each other. People must be
    • like to add, however, that I hope to have succeeded in
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    • should like to offer a brief introduction so that you may have some
    • this context I should like to refer to an ancient conception, an old
    • basis, I would like, none the less, to call attention to them
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    • kind of auric cloud, drifting like patches of mist — here a
    • dreamlike. Today, if someone were asleep and you were all sitting
    • imagined the existence of something like a funnel, as we should call
    • Chaldeans did not share this attitude. The childlike condition of
    • up from the instinctual life like mists or clouds — just as
    • demoniacal or beautiful and elf-like. It is not only the phenomenal
    • yourself like your fingers and toes. It all forms a single whole and
    • and the individual lions attached to it like the balls, the whole
    • being, and the individual lions seemingly suspended like the moving
    • plant world spread out before us like a carpet. We are filled with
    • like dewdrops, simply a reflected Image.
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    • and grandeur which sparkle out amongst the world of stars like the
    • like to draw your attention to a peculiar phenomenon when we
    • the other. I should like to describe these things entirely from
    • otherwise. But first of all I should like to point out a peculiarity
    • acts upon us like a leaden weight that drags us down and threatens to
    • Initiate consciousness, the physical world appears like a
    • faithful portrait, but bore a certain likeness to him. In the fourth
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    • case. I should like now to characterize briefly the attitude to
    • distance. I should like to offer you a somewhat inadequate picture of
    • Initiate knowledge he would say something like the following to his
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    • brief digression into history I should now like to continue our
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    • Ego, unlike the physical body, are not endowed with eyes and
    • interplay between that which seeks to dissolve into dreamlike fantasy
    • dreamlike state. Then for the first time we begin to understand what
    • and false paths leading to the spiritual world, I should like to
    • perhaps, we should like to have more precise, more detailed
    • astronomy, astrophysics and the like are wide of the mark. They offer
    • imagine; with their dreamlike knowledge they knew a great deal about
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    • investigations, I should like to make the following
    • to describe these impressions in the abstract; I should like to
    • felt like a little child face to face with a grown-up, because one
    • he does so with the knowledge born of Initiation. He would like
    • and Giotto. We feel we would like to know personally precisely those
    • Insulis; we should like to be given more historical facts. Then, as
    • mentioned occasionally, like those of Alanus ab Insulis and Brunetto
    • Latini, and the School of Chartres, stand out like solitary
    • luminaries, whilst Scotus Erigena appears like some erratic boulder
    • like to enter into the details of a matter of some importance. When
    • to fall victim to black magic. Men would so much like to make visible
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    • enveloped in cloud. Such is the nature of plants like the violet.
    • Plants like the deadly nightshade have a different arrangement. The
    • consciousness that we realize how this situation arose. I should like
    • by earthly standards — like the duck or the wild duck species
    • described, with webbed feet and strange kangaroo-like body. Such a
    • the colour and auditory sensations, possess us like a phantom —
    • of the colours that penetrate into our inner being are phantom-like.
    • everything in the dim, phantom-like shadows that should really be
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    • contacts? I have already spoken about this, but today I would like to
    • perceived not only his physical contours, but had a dreamlike
    • Angels almost in the likeness of human beings, the Archangels with
    • is that it is written like a mathematical text-book, that I sought to
    • therefore surrenders himself in a dreamlike state to his inner
    • It is dreaming in action, activity in a dreamlike state, in place of
    • invents theories of an ideal State like the Bolshevists and, like the
    • Psychical Research would like to do by means of external experiments.
    • Research would like to explore.
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    • second man might break loose, wander phantom-like abroad and stray
    • awakens within him something like an inner night.
    • longer need to stumble along undefined paths like the sleep-walker,
    • context I would like to recall the investigations which I mentioned
    • modern natural science which H. P. Blavatsky detested like the
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    • this question is always seen in a false light, and is the more likely
    • if I cannot look into that world myself? I should like, therefore, to
    • dream consciousness and sleep consciousness (one would like to say
    • sentient life, though this is far more opaque and dreamlike
    • like to point out that this form of education was unknown to men of
    • brief account, therefore, I should like first to speak of man's
    • itself however moves freely in space like the stars which mutually
    • like the modern scientist, demand that proof must be supported by the
    • are like the stars which mutually support each other. People must be
    • like to add, however, that I hope to have succeeded in
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    • case like this, so that if we are asleep on a train journey
    • allusion, for when one holds a talk on a matter like this,
    • life. It is expressed somewhat like this: Throughout
    • times. And when people talk of modern times like this they
    • hear people speaking like this. However if we speak like this
    • it like if we look below the surface? Looking at it from
    • inside, the matter is like this: When we take things from
    • things look like from inside.
    • bringing to modern mankind. Life always progresses like the
    • swing of a pendulum. It is experienced like a pendulum
    • nothing about them. But ‘life cannot go on like this;
    • here and that one from there”. If you hear it like this
    • entirely. Subtle things like this convey the essence of the
    • began to get like they are today. Then the nineteenth century
    • happens like this in the evolution of mankind, that when
    • science we must develop a spiritual ear, as I would like to
    • a diagram of it and the form is like this, this form had an
    • our building is not intended to be like that; our building is
    • comparison — like a jelly mould that does not exist for
    • Likewise what
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    • artistic evolution of mankind. I would like to connect this
    • ego, if we dive down, like a swimmer into the water, into our
    • strange to him. So what we can say in this domain is like the
    • being is not nearly as simple as we would like to imagine in
    • like to regard the soul as a unity and would prefer to have
    • of daytime, then poetry arises. This is what people like
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    • say: The description of the Saturn evolution in a book like
    • speak like this; for he carries within himself something
    • out to us from them is like light coming to us from the far
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    • round him by closing off his sense perception, likewise the
    • and rituals remind us that festivals like these take place at
    • The nails of my feet likewise.
    • Like unto flames of blue. . . .
    • Like unto paradise it was,
    • that he tells us he himself feels earth in his mouth like the
    • can to bring knowledge like that into the culture of the
    • the right way, in what I would like to call the feeling
    • comes to meet us in some of its passages. I would like to
    • from this passage. I would like to take this opportunity to
    • something occurs that can be described like this: We
    • spiritual world. You have to put yourself there. Like a
    • like this with the right kind of reverence and devotion. Then
    • For it really is like that. The threefold nature of man,
    • But people can say anything they like. No doubt they can say
    • a thing like that, you can even prove exactly that a triangle
    • wise guidance in world evolution even in things like this. We
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    • remembering devotion, and I would like to follow that with a
    • like this that shines on us out of the macrocosm. And in our
    • meaning for man. So let us try even in details like this to
    • is also present, a feeling can arise like Strader has when he
    • sees the portrait of Capesius, and says he would like to
    • to show in artistic form what it is like for the soul, when
    • remain like this for your meeting with divine mercy. You
    • the world like this.
    • it is like a gentle sounding of many tones, with whom you
    • soul. It is like a magic wand that conjures up the secrets of
    • layer, or story, is like this: Before this lawsuit took place
    • incarnation. Of course an impulse like this can be given in
    • windows, it is like someone opening a beautiful book who
    • world phenomena is like a cosmic illiterate where these
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    • to be like this, but spiritual science is not this kind of
    • and sobering effect on him, like the character of Wagner in
    • what is being said, so that we can make use of them like they
    • so that we can take it all in at a glance like physics
    • awakens our independence and initiative and becomes like a
    • life within him. Likewise, we shall become aware that the
    • expression like that I am hoping to lift people out of their
    • something like this we shall see how much richer our soul
    • to have resources like love and friendship to penetrate into
    • teaching a child. But it is not like that. Externally the
    • speak about these things again. But I would like to tell you
    • it, write a few rules down for me on how to teach like
    • you like, it has as many points of view as life itself. But
    • at what some realms of life are like today. Learning takes
    • you do not like having to learn any more. The ones who do go
    • attitude like this one I came across. I had been invited to
    • what he has to do. He can be youthful, in fact childlike
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    • hard-boiled eggs for the people who like eating eggs when
    • those who like them. But if someone wanted to go and say that
    • will get more and more bogged down, would like to turn all
    • less like that, even if not exactly the same. And this
    • regained by drawing into ourselves, like this, what is
    • put into words like this it is easy to agree with it in
    • is quite natural for us to think at a time like ours, when
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    • I should like to begin today by saying a
    • natural creation as a product of the spirit. I would like to
    • should like to call his second major achievement in this
    • thinner and expands like elastic, not only in a horizontal
    • course what it looks like — a tubular bone like that
    • inside out like a glove. But when a person turns a glove
    • out: changes would occur like the thumb and the little finger
    • earth can never go straight upwards like a chimney. If you
    • like to call the branchlike centrifugal forces (on the
    • it does not look like a dome any more, if it is looked at
    • everything like this. But we are not concerned with this kind
    • in blood like a fish in water. But this imaginative world is
    • yet taken form inside him. It was more like a warm breath
    • coming towards him from outside, like we receive the rays of
    • lives in a rhythmic cycle where things like this are
    • dainties and say, ‘Ugh! I don't feel like having that,
    • pervades the ego and the astral body like a mist, the life of
    • times, when man still had experiences like these with the
    • sleeplike state, urged on by love — even if it is not
    • I would like
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    • Herr Dollinger: I would like to ask if Dr.
    • as if we would say of the corpse that it had always been like that
    • corpse and could think like human beings, we would regard the bones
    • would be fluid and flow away like the water in our brooks.
    • himself like the bird, or else he too could fly. Then he would not
    • You see, it is like this: If the human embryo is removed
    • animal lived in the air-like condition, thrust out, expelled by this
    • only not like our clouds but already containing a form. What for us
    • earlier air-like bird-beings transformed in such a way as to become
    • fishlike — because of the water. To the bird-like beings were
    • fish-like. The birds looked fish-like in spite of flying in the air
    • and being lighter. Everything was fish-like. Now this is interesting:
    • element in the mother's body, and it looks really like a tiny fish!
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    • would like to speak further about the creation of the earth and the
    • that the water existing at that time looked like the present water.
    • this was not the air of today; just as the water was not like our
    • have gone for a walk on it; it was like running tar — and there
    • looked like this. (See drawing.) Had you found yourself there with
    • different the earth looked at that time, like a kind of giant egg
    • lived at that time. Naturally, creatures like the elephant, and even
    • You know, of course, what a fin looks like — it has quite fine,
    • which there was something of a thorn-like, nature, but also something
    • like joints. They were really quite ingenious joints, and in between,
    • the flesh mass was stretched out like an umbrella. You still see many
    • had diminutive heads like turtles.
    • remaining from these wing-like structures, and that is moulting, when
    • unmannerly (which we take very much amiss), these bird-like creatures
    • could say that the creatures below and the creatures above were like
    • mountain-like masses. The water grew more and more like our present
    • outside. This is what we see when we look up. It is not like our
    • horn-like and turned into glass. It is extraordinarily hard, harder
    • than anything horn-like that we have on earth, but it is not quite
    • actually all look like horns that have been fastened on. They are
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    • if one wants to know what the earth once looked like.
    • may not be confused by what is commonly accepted, I would like to
    • wild horses like that. And one can know that that is the next
    • what the animals were like that existed in other ages.
    • underestimate the time it takes for something like this to happen.
    • much, much simpler creatures, somewhat like our snails, mussels, and
    • boy who did not like to eat crab sneaked a crab from his parents'
    • in one place they see some funny little things looking like
    • fossil having that shell-like appearance. That is how they look; they
    • considers how something like this great mountain mass of the Alps has
    • develops very strangely into a number of spirals that go up like
    • passivity: we would then have to breathe in something like egg white
    • organs able to draw in an albuminous atmosphere like that. Today, of
    • becomes so severe that he lies there as if he were dead. Likewise in
    • earth it was not always like that. When we find the fossilized
    • been like our modern animals and plants, particularly not like our
    • present plants. All the primeval plants must have been much more like
    • today could then have arisen. The early mushroom-like plants took in
    • I spoke last time, the bird-like beings and the heavy, coarse
    • other, and the one who is now seventy was like the two-year-old
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    • like the Alpine range with its jumbled strata, they then find quite
    • so to speak, like lice on the old body of the earth and were
    • I would now like to speak of something that will show
    • well, today it is like this: down below is the floor of the ocean,
    • formed is this, that there were once ape-like animals which gradually
    • still, of course, believe it. Now the matter is like this: How could
    • representative of an ape-like species from which mankind then
    • did evolve in this way. Some say that an ape-like race had come into
    • ape-like climbing feet, were transformed into straight feet, and the
    • been like this! The earth between our present Europe and America must
    • course, have lived at that time. So they cannot have been like
    • beings could have had only soft cartilage, like sharks. Also they
    • jelly-like beings. And the further we go back in earth evolution, the
    • more liquid man becomes and the more he is really a soft jelly-like
    • somewhat like albumen. Out of such a substance it was possible for
    • fish-like creatures-not like present-day fish, but already man-like —
    • boggy, slimy, albumen-like condition gradually changed into the
    • man-like beings who were left behind, are man's ancestors. They are
    • nose like this — the Neanderthal man, or the humans found in
    • soft cartilage — like a net — as covering for the head,
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    • invisible beings as manlike.
    • ruler, our ruler must be like that; individual men differ, but he
    • must rule over them like the sun. For this reason they gave him the
    • Chinese at that time was not at all like that of later men. What we
    • must be something that can stand up like a table. If anyone were to
    • in pictures, they did not form general concepts like “table”
    • preceding Christianity, individuals like Lao Tse
    • inside. No one today knows what a liver looks like unless they
    • something. While learning they had to have one leg like this and sit
    • but crumpled up like an embryo in a mother's womb. You can see the
    • details that you would like me to enlarge upon, and I can always at
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    • Question: Sir, I would like to ask about various
    • things that have hung in the air, like beans or peas. And when one
    • form. And so, if you like the sound of it better, you could say
    • have stewed fruit and the like. If someone has intestinal illnesses,
    • bodies. First there are the bodies that do not like fat, they don't
    • enjoy eating bacon, they just don't like to eat fatty foods. Those
    • eats beef fat, or pork fat, or the like, well, that goes over into
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    • Rudolf Steiner: Today I would like to add a
    • make watches. Likewise I only need to eat protein once; after that, I
    • And now perhaps you may still like to ask some
    • comes from eating a great deal of meat and eggs and the like. I know
    • arteriosclerosis alike; everyone becomes afflicted in a different
    • longer has milk, observe what he begins to like to eat and not like
    • answered in this way: One should observe carefully what a child likes
    • and what he loathes, and not force him to eat what he does not like.
    • entertaining. In society people don't like to be wearied by logical
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    • imperfect, like some kind of higher animal, and that he gradually
    • what man could have been like when he still resembled an animal.
    • original. From these one can study what humanity was like originally.
    • primitive times looked like an animal. Indeed, when the Indians, the
    • speak of the ape-like Hanuman. So you see, it is not true that even
    • exhibiting a very animal-like body — not indeed like any
    • present animal but nevertheless animal-like, and this must have
    • undeveloped spiritually. They may once have gone about in animal-like
    • animal-like, whereas today in man's face his spirit finds expression;
    • called in the question here primitive men — were not like the
    • that human beings were originally like the savages of today. The
    • to begin with it looked more animal-like, was highly civilized.
    • animal-like men the descendants of apes or of other animals? That is
    • animal-like bodies again, and that two races would then appear. One
    • but it shows what some people are fancying: they would like to use
    • ape-like. Then indeed we shall have perfection changing into
    • certain human beings to have an ape-like nature in the future, but
    • to have been rich in spirit but animal-like in body, we find they
    • imagination, an imagination that worked like an instinct. When we
    • like it for our black ink) was discovered long ago. The same stuff as
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    • you heat the lead sufficiently it becomes fluid, like water. So these
    • the world is all smell. If among dogs there were a thinker like
    • It would have no picture of these stars like that
    • plants, like the violet or the asafetida, are receptive to the
    • a soul like human bei