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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • mentioned above is an extensive one. It requires a long period of
    • temple of initiation, are not dependent on time and space. They belong
    • vicinity of the larynx is awakened. It takes long practice, however,
    • The soul eye does not take as long. It requires several months in one,
    • longer in another person. One must have patience. The moment when
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the intellect belongs primarily to Woman, and feelings and passion to
    • terms of man and woman, male and female, but that, alongside the
    • Alongside this, of
    • and gives long speeches, who is truly a non-entity when one thinks of
    • longer be tempted to say that woman was a being without influence on
    • become something different. It is not so long ago that what today is
    • alongside the general inclination arising from practical life,
    • another inclination, one of the heart, a longing of the soul had to
    • biology. For, as long as people thought that decisions could not be
    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • those best acquainted with the needs and longing of our time, who
    • long as you check your vices simply by moral and legal maxims, you
    • each other out of the totality of human nature. As long as
    • that is no longer entrenched in what is material, what is external,
    • longer say: ‘The Eternal-feminine bears us aloft’, or
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • has been said recently that it is no longer possible to be a
    • longer exists. Thus, the would-be vegetarian, whether he likes it
    • as a vegetarian along with the herbivores. For in the last
    • will no longer restrict himself to a narrow life. The person who is
    • obtained from plants. It would take too long to explain the
    • the specific activity that otherwise belongs wholly to the person's
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • following: a man is walking along the street and feels that someone
    • belonging to a higher world, the world we call the Astral plane. And
    • fall away. As long as the earth was involved in progressive evolution,
    • possible to keep hidden very much longer — is generated. It can
    • longer have anything un-moral left in them.
    • there will no longer be any residue. Venus will manifest, to begin
    • like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not accompany the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • that the weak etheric body is no longer fully able to direct the physical.
    • doubtless be a long time before leading educators will consider it
    • to make this experiment, it should not be prolonged because it would
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • father that belongs to his being. We can say that man descends from a
    • sense impressions. After pursuing his exercises for a long time, the
    • longer drew near him; he could no longer experience the god within
    • this possibility so long as it possessed its youthful forces. But in
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • to man at a time when the ancient inheritance no longer existed in
    • humanity, become something no longer human. After the turning point of
    • arose that man no longer needed to go out of himself in the one
    • Man in his development must no longer follow the course of
    • only by continuing along the paths of my own soul.”
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • body not long dead and just beginning to decay. The procession halts before
    • that are active everywhere at the right moment; it belongs to the
    • that the sun journeys along triumphantly and is stronger than the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • mission of the peoples belonging chiefly to that stage of man's
    • to develop on the right lines so that our thoughts shall no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • longer realize it but in the first centuries of Christianity the Christian
    • being.” Let them think me a fool; I regard them as belonging to the
    • Spirit, He belongs to the whole earth and can enter all human souls,
    • shall belong to those souls who are permitted to know and understand the
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • science can accept the premises of spiritual science. However, as long
    • along comes the chemist and applies his methods to the water, breaking
    • long past enter our soul as images. Although the events themselves may
    • the center of our full consciousness, so that for a longer period we
    • end of a long working life, Lessing wrote his treatise on the
    • for yourself, too, if you try.” It won't take long until the spiritual
    • That, however, is no longer the case. The relationship of the human
    • the root of this argument. People come along and say, “You talk of a
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
    • sense of belonging toward the Christ-Sun as the center of our
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • to the skeleton of man. Yet the spiritual also belongs to our earth
    • longer possible for the Christ impulse to penetrate the souls of men
    • no longer be seen as the genuine Christ, but rather as a Christ having
    • body; it is then a closed entity that has a prolonged existence in the
    • etheric world. The ether body is unable to dissolve for a long time
    • condemned for a long time after his death to turn his spiritual sight
    • to the Christ, longing for the most intimate closeness with Him. This
    • support him for a long period of time, until he reaches seventy,
    • when normally it could have supported his physical body for a long
    • Theodor Faiss; his family belonged to the Anthroposophical Society and
    • spiritual commonalty, a commonalty no longer present for them, at
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • thinking, commenting that anyone who writes this way belongs in an
    • the Movement, belonged in an insane asylum. If the man belongs in an
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • But as long as it is at all possible to establish, in the wider and
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • complete freedom of thought and a longing for it will so lay hold of
    • communities will no longer influence those who constitute the
    • fact that as modern souls we belong to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • “Athenian.” This community between city and what belonged
    • belonged to the Russian intellectuals, brought this to its ultimate
    • this life in the group soul does not in reality belong to the future
    • science. But be that as it may, the urge and the longing of the
    • for there along a false path, so must it be striven for in spiritual
    • science along the true path. What we should like to say to the East is
    • along the paths of spiritual science. We must try to create
    • communities in which the factor of blood no longer has a voice.
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • longer be possible, for the etheric body will then no longer be
    • likely, many people may still come along and say: “This is not
    • fundamental laws, and when those people come along who say that we are
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • tolerable as long as human interest is strongly attracted by the other factor
    • investigators have long been aware of the existence of certain limitations.
    • which contained nothing but forces belonging to a misty form. The rotation
    • race during inconceivably long periods of time, only to fall back headlong
    • beings belonging to the earth's environment, but linked to other heavenly
    • processes which reveal themselves in the physical body are no longer to be
    • said with a sidelong mystical glance at the number seven, but merely as a
    • no longer as a purely earthly being, but a copy of something extra-
    • longer being the only ones at work, and because the etheric body takes hold
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • only be overcome by a fairly long familiarity with spiritual research.
    • which lie long periods of time in a purely spiritual existence, between death
    • containing real spiritual beings. To this world our souls belong, just as
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
    • That is a fact that will be recognized with increasing frequency. And along
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • belong furthermore all things relating to the spiritual nature of human
    • of perception must be admitted to belong to the Praeambula Fidei. For
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • considerably longer time) — even this may be regarded as mere
    • Universe certain impulses hold sway. Man belongs to the Universe;
    • wearing out of the rails belongs to the essence of the railway engine.
    • effect they have alongside their proper task.
    • world, but that every single human being, inasmuch as he belongs to
    • earth. For men no longer have that relationship to language which sees
    • I give this example to show that word-for-word agreement is no longer
    • not pass by till men have come to this: they will no longer listen to
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • In so far as men belong to a human community by their own act of will,
    • has to enter into the evolution of mankind. An engine making a long
    • a fairly long time will pass before it gets better, for many people
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • the shaping of the social order (whether belonging to the State or
    • against this. Our age is no longer able to divide people into classes
    • that his power to work is sold; in this way something belonging to him
    • organize socially what does not integrally belong to the human being,
    • the “school-bench” of life long after we have become grey. This
    • long as we do not get rid of this view, we shall never be able to
    • because in our day a certain social order exists, an order belonging
    • Our relationships have become so complicated that we no longer pay
    • we are no longer in contact and about whom it is easier to be
    • we slumber along for hours, oblivious to the world — but the same
    • lectures which were given long before the war, but which provide
    • to establish united kingdoms, with decade-long calls for unity — but
    • notice is a conflict between those spiritual beings who belong to
    • which belong only to the spirit world, and those belonging to the
    • give rise to a nebulous longing and a desire for soul-warming,
    • take another human being along. Each one of us can therefore work for
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • soul belonging to earlier centuries — by those decadent Nibelung
    • reality, testified to the existence of this subconscious longing. Why
    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • belong together, in spite of external unification. Inwardly, however,
    • inculcation of Greek culture. No spiritual life belonging
    • culture did not really belong to the epoch beginning in the middle of
    • loses the spirit. Along this path it is possible to become a truly
    • the globe? Up to a certain point of time, not long before the Mystery
    • to wane, and since then the souls have no longer been guided by racial
    • time are due to the fact that souls no longer concern themselves with
    • head; acts of perception, therefore, belong to the life of the nerves
    • — with the human beings belonging to it.
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • forces. Where does man himself, as an ordinary person, belong? The part
    • of him you see standing in front of you belongs entirely to this line. But
    • side work into the part of man that belongs to the line. Man is the result
    • of the encircling air that work in man, forces that still belong to the earth,
    • planets and the planetary system belonging to these.
    • our present time — and the present extends over a long period of several
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • longing for super-sensible knowledge.
    • impulses is knowledge. But as long as you go on educating people, for
    • agreement that everything should be changed as long as nothing changes
    • improvement people long for today is of extremely abstract dimensions.
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • as solid, or solid-fluidic, are regarded as belonging to his organism.
    • element, are not regarded by anatomy and physiology as belonging to
    • fluid, inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • experiences belonging to the clear day-consciousness. Thought based on
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • soul, for in modern psychology there really is no longer any such
    • must think of an age which came to an end long before the time of the
    • living Being. Then came an intermediary period when people no longer
    • times when it was no longer known how the physical passes over by
    • present age this instinctive knowledge no longer suffices; what in
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • that it is entirely irradiated by will; it no longer takes anything in
    • and in such a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each
    • the possibility of love. And freedom and love belong together, as I
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • to study this Mystery of Golgotha — and the mystery of Christmas belongs to
    • that belongs to it as a mere metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient
    • locations, so that they belong to the earth for ever after.
    • that theology is completely permeated by Lucifer. It no longer sees into
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • although they no longer had the old clairvoyance; gone also were their
    • essentially in that outer world belonging to the earth.
    • super-sensible content of the event of Golgotha was no longer grasped
    • belonging to a much earlier period. There has been a retrogression
    • lands of others also. Heaven and earth belong to all in common. With
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • by giddiness and falling headlong into the abyss. They spoke too of
    • it with a heliocentric picture of the world. Man has now no longer the
    • Now it is well-known that no power on earth can withstand for long the
    • At this Threshold we shall no longer let our imagination run away with
    • Guardian. We must long to carry knowledge of the spirit into those
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • belongs to the soul. Will therefore reveals itself in organic
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • were through a gulf. We are no longer standing in the world with our
    • time, when owing to the development of the ego we no longer feel any
    • We no longer feel that at the moment of waking from sleep we summon
    • could the Greeks any longer see in the sun the actual source of Life;
    • fundamentally speaking, the sun was no longer regarded as anything but
    • utter a saying as untrue as Ex Oriente Lux. The light can no longer
    • germinate in the darkness, who longed to preserve the old instinctive
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • eminently concrete changes into abstraction. It might be said: as long
    • constituted the actual transition from everything belonging to Greece
    • It might be said that what belongs to the alphabet was applied later
    • is no longer conscious that the original primordial sentence has been
    • being to him. He is no longer aware that the single words, the single
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • his being, he would no longer know or possess himself, no longer be
    • language was for a long time the language of the cultural elite. What
    • In the longing that a Man such as
    • he longed for liberation from the abstraction of modern times, from
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • behave no longer like a sense organ but to assimilate something in the
    • Let us consider man in the spiritual world, long before he develops
    • and death. Long before this, as I said, we were beings of soul and
    • many earthly lives, has a long evolution behind it. This ego lives in
    • ego was present only outwardly along the paths of the blood, it now
    • blood. By way of the forces that run along the courses of the blood,
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • view everything from the head — the organ belonging to these
    • we no longer stand within the essential substance of truth. Only
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • thread through long ages of our earth's planetary evolution, as we have
    • for instance, with the type of instinctive clairvoyance belonging to
    • If we consider a longer space of time from this point of view, we begin to
    • soul-life, belonging as I do to this particular epoch.’ An animal lives
    • conviction that man does not belong to the earth in the same sense as do
    • essential to our own day. It takes its place alongside the injunction
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • proceeds along the nerve pathways. Thus when the human nerves spread
    • first runs along the pathways of the nerves. This has an essentially
    • directly a destructive process occurs, so that along the nerve
    • physical organizations. After first taking along the astral and
    • the astral body, but then it goes directly into the lungs along with
    • no longer as pure ego organization but as ego-astral organization,
    • breathing process, the longer our life will be.
    • countered by a healing process that flows from below along the
    • human being is taken up along the path I have drawn here next to the
    • — in that moment the other system, which runs along the blood
    • maintained its external character too long after being absorbed, then
    • able to pursue the spiritual into the material. As long as we merely
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • nerve-sense process should be active. Thus what belongs to the head, as it
    • activity which belongs to one organ system asserts itself in another place,
    • A febrile illness of prolonged duration which is marked by hectic
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • which he is physically linked with all earthly life. So long as we
    • Just as on Earth we may long to know this mountain or that river, this
    • animal or yonder plant, so should we feel a longing to get to know the
    • long, long ago, the primeval wisdom — the original and sublime
    • Earth long before.
    • notably those belonging to our planetary system. And as concerns
    • explained in a lecture here not long ago
    • it, beginning long before. Something that happened, say, between your
    • transcending the mere earthly life, to which they properly belong. And
    • living no longer in physical bodies, reaches far wider circles. True,
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
    • this remnant of an ancient wisdom no longer belongs, in the best sense
    • out. No longer have you any real knowledge of the Christ, for he alone
    • really is. Your European teachers no longer know it. Since the decline
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • worlds — through long periods of time, in preparation for all that can now
    • honestly incline to the Anthroposophical Movement, belong to these souls
    • that belong to the goals of existence.
    • the mood of soul that belongs to the Michael festival, then we can look up to
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • the first centuries after Christ, no longer exist. They may exist, at
    • Being. Ahriman is a being who does not belong to our hierarchy.
    • gods, we might say that Ahriman has waited with longing for the
    • book in which he tried to prove that modern theology is no longer
    • evolution of the earth by the hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun,
    • period of time in which we can no longer know anything of the gods.
    • of secret societies, the members of which no longer understood the
    • meant that a divine wisdom no longer existed, for the Ahrimanic
    • one of those who belonged, in this sense, to the initiates. But
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • In 1585, when Shakespeare's financial conditions were no longer in a
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • when Shakespeare's financial conditions were no longer in a
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • Albigensians, Waldensians, and Cathari also belonged, and later the
    • relationships, Freemasonry. Freemasonry really belongs here, in spite
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • “True World” so long as his thought is permeated by what his
    • construction in a sense-perceptible manner. This is no longer possible
    • sense-perceptible from something no longer sense-perceptible. This
    • longer there to control his wrong associations of ideas. Mathematical
    • in a semi-conscious longing. The Occultist and the Mystic live in the
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • longer perceive it. In yonder world we are actually within human souls
    • be attained by those who have enough perseverance, along the path
    • meaning for man so long as he has not developed his clairvoyant
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • they were merely fidgety, cried, and so forth. As long as the child
    • the more this convolution receives definite shape. As long as the
    • that as long as the baby's breathing merely pushes blood into the
    • answer; you can think about why languages are different as long as
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • belongs. It does not do so if today, as an atavistic vision, it is
    • Then it no longer has the character of pretending to be the same as a
    • which still belongs to the sense of taste, and this accompanies the
    • working only as ordinary life-processes belonging to the physical
    • far that he begins to sweat, this goes too far; it does not belong to
    • that we no longer follow a rigid logical necessity when we think but
    • transcended. Then it is no longer the needs of the senses which bring
    • compulsion, for they are ensouled and spiritualised. A man no longer
    • philosophy was developed more or less out of concepts, longings were
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • aesthetic attitude of mind or aesthetic creativity a man no longer
    • does not entirely belong to the earth. It is raised above the events
    • it could have come into existence only along with boughs and blossoms
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • and Bismarck belong to conditions which no longer exist. Thus —
    • society. But this was no longer effective. In those days beautiful,
    • capitalist. Spiritual life came long ago under the dominion of the
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • Paris. These institutions did not belong to a particular State, but to
    • belongs to social rights — not private rights and not penal law,
    • which belong to the spiritual life — all these belong to the
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • further, and only later, after a very long time, does the feeling of
    • our theory of evolution have been able to develop so entirely along
    • consciousness as long as we do not pay attention to the actual process
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • belongs, not to the Earth alone, but to the Cosmos beyond the Earth.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • breathing belongs — and with the breathing the activity of speech
    • long as we possess the etheric body. In the same manner he who has
    • how it is possible to live in a world in which Space no longer has any
    • again with the same intensity. Whatever a man has gone through belongs
    • you in a single moment. It belongs to you, it is part and parcel of
    • away. The old instinctive clairvoyance is no longer there. In the
    • characteristic, for what it amounts to in the long run is that these
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • do not turn their attention away from it long enough to be constantly
    • 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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    • prolongation of life, immortality. The universal law of the
    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • real experience, to have the feeling that one belongs in very truth to the
    • something that has belonged to Freemasonry. Freemasonry did indeed urge its
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • paths along which his “ I ” unfolds, and to regard his deeds,
    • on-streaming flow of human karma — this belongs to the First Degree.
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • without further ado, such problems would no longer exist. Their
    • the problems of life yet retains the longing to know something
    • unconscious way, something arises which indeed belongs to the
    • walking along a road and comes to a mountain. He passes into a
    • such dream pictures is no longer allowed and, existing wholly
    • pictures, these are no longer arbitrary pictures but are such
    • belong to a cosmic world just as they belong to the world in
    • are revealed the deeds of cosmic beings who belong to the
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • in the Christ-force. No matter whether a man belongs to this or
    • beings who belong to the higher hierarchies is that they are
    • antitype in the man who has become god, who, mortal no longer,
    • things belong to World Mysteries which now, in this age when
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • rooted in the very existence and being of man himself. They belong to
    • during sleep, these streams can be followed further along their course
    • perceived as belonging to the interior of man. It speaks indeed
    • who for the earth has died. For this being no longer has physical ears
    • belonging to the Hierarchy of the Dynamis. Through this is developed,
    • are real. But they could no longer be distinguished. And so they were
    • As long as man stands upon Earth, he lives among the revelations of
    • garment, the individual Spirits belonging to a higher world. Then man
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Being must not be sought in the region to which man belongs as a
    • His own development while man had long since descended into the
    • long since been the scene of man’s material evolution.
    • realm of Art, after the tangible and the visible, and would no longer
    • those things to which for so long in the 19th century they were
    • to submit for a long time in order that the final act carried out by
    • spiritual world and the human soul belongs to it. When this
    • history. So long as man does not believe that at a certain point of
    • Nazareth; so long as he does not believe that mighty forces stream
    • so long will he fail to understand the significance of the Christ
    • the Powers to which man belongs in his deepest being. This, then, was
    • him and the world to which he really belongs. The idea of the
    • education. He will no longer merely believe that Natural Science
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • later on broke off along their several paths. Music and dramatic
    • the deeds of Beings belonging to an unknown world through the dramatic
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • Plato and Aristotle. He said: Plato belonged to an epoch when many
    • revelation of the Divine-Spiritual. Aristotle could no longer
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • Plotinus himself taught for a long time in Italy. But a spirit of
    • abstraction had crept into Roman culture, a spirit no longer capable
    • have no longer any inkling to-day of the wisdom that lived in the
    • longer believe that a man could be inspired by the Divine Spirit and
    • demons Gods. Men were no longer capable of distinguishing between Gods
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • with the Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the Angeloi. These
    • talk merely reaches as far as the Angel-beings that belong to man, as
    • When we pass through birth, we bring along with us into our physical-sensory
    • we would not bring along with us through birth the impulses that come
    • impulses for what we then carry along into the spiritual world in the
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • we carry along with us into the spiritual world when we pass through
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • differences belong to another field of study. We also come across
    • longer be influenced by anything else. For the etheric body is
    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • body, believing that we carry it about as something that belongs to
    • belong to us — then the whole essence of the Angeloi,
    • mould in the shape of thoughts belong to us. But what we thus
    • actions fulfilled by spiritual Beings belonging to the higher
    • with what he bears along within his Ego, carrying it over into the
    • what we have brought along with us through the work done upon our
    • always so within the human race. It is not so long ago that the
    • being, with Beings belonging to the higher kingdoms. We may
    • not the air belong to the physical body in the same way as the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • presence and the very people may be sitting there, who belong to the
    • present is the following one: — General opinions existed long
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • help which are no longer available in our epoch. The Gods let their
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • time one with the weaving life of the Divine. The temple that belongs
    • undertake it. The Emperor's second wife longs to have a
    • priest of Midian, who came to Moses by the well belonging to their
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • in its settlements, one of which is that of Alba Longa. (south of
    • as in Troy or Alba Longa, or in the theocratic State, Palestine. But
    • working together with Alba Longa, the priestly State, had brought Rome
    • Fifth Root Race in matters of detail. Guidance is given along general
    • Africa, agriculture. Alba Longa, Aryan, Atlantean,
    • Alba Longa,
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    • such knowledge only takes hold of the thinking life of man. So long
    • meaning which belongs to the Mystery of Golgotha, the Being from a
    • intellectual abstraction. We can no longer feel our way into the
    • longer. Sin, for the man of modern time, lives in a world of abstract
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • longing for that World.
    • the Gate of Death, conscious of immortality. And you will no longer
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    • feeling is present in him that he belongs to a spiritual world and
    • when we are studying some deep-seated change in speech are so long
    • with long epochs of time when we are considering the evolution of
    • lives the Genius of language. And the Genius of Language belongs
    • very being of higher Hierarchies than themselves. So long as it all
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • Inspiration lasts a longer, in another a shorter, time. In one
    • Then we come into a time when it is no longer so that the Archangel
    • The Archangels, who belong to the Third Hierarchy, received
    • carried on into the future. There was no longer any immediate and
    • the same time paralysed, it no longer retained the livingness it had
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    • the present state of affairs in the world. For long ages now, Western
    • there had dwelt a Being belonging to the ranks of the Aeons, a Being
    • to their study of a mystery of this character have long since passed
    • this too has passed away. There is no longer any direct experience of
    • civilisation no longer than the first three, or rather no longer than
    • By that time the minds of men were no longer capable of rising to the
    • Forces belonging in truth to the world of the Pleroma were dragged
    • to evolve in the souls of the men of Europe. So long as they adhered
    • of beings belonging to an astral world — beings who attracted
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • inasmuch as he has an etheric body, belongs to the elemental world.
    • which we are through our etheric body, this is no longer the case in
    • belonging to it, like the planets to the Sun. These elemental beings,
    • Through the fact that we are etheric beings, we belong to an
    • Through the fact that as ether-beings we belong to the elemental
    • beings of soul, and all the beings who belong to the higher
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • belongs to his very being to do so, just as it belongs to our being
    • this belongs to his very being, it hurts the dead man infinitely
    • age has a real longing for what Spiritual Science brings to men; and
    • the real longings are frequently satisfied today by quite erroneous
    • carry it out; he was not able to do so. It is no longer in his
    • astral body — when he has laid aside the astral. Not long after
    • Now, as we know, when man has been still longer dead, he will have
    • planets belonging to the solar system proper.
    • of men who died long ago and who work into us. Altogether, the
    • possible quite consciously to connect oneself with men long dead and
    • kingdom, come into us along with other experiences of soul —
    • world as such — this we no longer perceive at all, as you are
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
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    • belong indeed to the realm of the modern superficial judgment which
    • belonging to the Egyptian culture. I have already called your
    • they developed a knowledge which had a longing to know the deeper
    • a long time for the corpse. She found the body at last in Phoenicia,
    • through whom the Greeks learnt of Osiris, he is no longer the God of
    • soon as one takes these ideas together, one is no longer inclined to
    • death. The race to which Zeus belongs is a race of Gods for the
    • mind's eye to the world to which man belongs between birth and death
    • all the brothers and sisters and so on who belonged to them. From
    • Rhea belonged, but above all Oceanus. As you know, through certain
    • younger, Chronos and Rhea with all that belongs to it. You know too
    • we have Hera and Zeus with all that belongs to them with all the
    • ancient ruler of a long-past age. Please note that I have not said
    • lived in long gone-by ages. For the kind of connection for Zeus and
    • being of man — but who then went on working no longer as an
    • longer a ruler who can be possessed by Zeus, but that Zeus only rules
    • human bodies. For human bodies are no longer adapted to Imaginations.
    • who can have Imaginations, while we no longer can have them. The
    • of course, that is long past and in the time of the Greeks it was
    • ... now (in the Egyptian Osiris-culture) one can no longer look to a
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    • Post-Atlantean epoch this was no longer so in the full sense, but the
    • sure is still directed to the super-sensible, but will no longer
    • longer there. These things naturally come about in such a way as to
    • is really a reproduction of Imaginations only belonged to
    • that which has become the abstract script. This no longer expresses
    • things that have remained behind is the attachment in longing and
    • longing? When man develops to excess this national feeling, this
    • longer in our present age be kept under lock and key. Certain
    • ordering in the heavens. Today where there is no longer such ordering
    • only a name in my head? Today people no longer reflect on such
    • longer in the sign of Aries, in which the Sun stood at the beginning
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    • of the transitional humanity to which we still belong.
    • most important of their arts, who ruled in Egypt throughout long
    • then I have one franc. I believe it. So long as I only know that I
    • philosophical concepts are actually merely words, that they no longer
    • clings to the symbol, the owl (Eule). And mankind no longer
    • sound into these; they may no longer echo one-sidedly into the human
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    • is to be regarded as belonging to it. (This arises from reasons which
    • of you.) Cancer is to be regarded as belonging particularly to the
    • then existed which in later, corrupt ages was no longer there.
    • as long as the Vernal Equinox continued to be in Gemini, we have
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • civilization for so long — inattentiveness, absence of will —
    • could long since have been sundered from his shoulders. For in
    • be long before his head ... would be off his shoulders. But
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    • capable of development for a much longer time. He remained so into
    • blooming of soul qualities, which man can feel no longer. Yes,
    • relatively not such a very long time.
    • themselves from the spirit what is no longer given by nature. I
    • hand of its own freewill what nature no longer provides. We dare not
    • actually atheistic. And the various churches try to get along well
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • need ten, many fifteen, many fifty, many so long that they can no
    • longer experience it in this incarnation. You see how little people's
    • old that I can no longer hold my lectures.’ He was old and
    • me, I shall still lecture for many long years!’ But Michelet
    • cares to take up in the same way in later life, when he no longer
    • the later editions of his books, because he himself no longer took
    • things belong to one another; they must work together in life.
    • perhaps longer than five years to see that. But precisely because of
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • before our eyes as man, and all that belongs to it, is none the less
    • rest of the human being can furnish with its long development in the
    • We need much longer to
    • flexible one's whole life through. And one needs just as much longer
    • to change head-knowledge into heart-knowledge as one lives longer
    • pointed this out yesterday — no longer pay attention to what
    • of these things, however, in difficult concepts. For as long as
    • of man is planned for a longer life time, and continually sends its
    • forces to the head after the twenty-seventh year, do we live as long
    • belonging to the French nation. There is this peculiarity, my dear
    • no longer be possible merely from physical plane relations to
    • powerful feelings of hatred. It will no longer be possible to
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    • it does not belong to the chemical elements, streams in continuously
    • a long time we live as souls between death and rebirth before we
    • lived through, when in fact the head has long since lost its
    • as we always carry within us something belonging to the next life,
    • still to fulfil on earth as long as earth exists. But we are involved
    • belongs to the future. In the human race itself rests the future of
    • had obtained his pension, since at seventy-two he no longer felt
    • things were still known atavistically, but people no longer attach a
    • longer knew why it was so, and the teachers who dealt with these
    • frame of mind of modern men. The feelings of modern men lie along
    • who are of opinion that this war must continue as long as
    • whereas today they can do so no longer. For what comes in ceases in
    • relatively early youth. As I have said, the head no longer stands in
    • course, long since possessed closed skulls, but in the Mysteries
    • sifted to the last vestige of spirituality. It belonged to the quite
    • peculiar sentence ‘One must prolong this war as long as
    • event for humanity. Men no longer find from out their soul the
    • longer to have faith in the becoming older, if he wanted to stop
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    • another kind of longing. Although it has a longing for the astral
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • are no longer interested in thinking in clear concepts — it is
    • underlies our inner being, we no longer speak in the Kantian fashion,
    • prevailing method — a people belonging to a certain locality on
    • who belonged to the time of the migrations of the peoples and also
    • remain longer than usual in the spirit world between death and a net
    • part of humanity had to spend a long time in the life between death
    • longing to penetrate full reality. Today there still exists a strong
    • the depths of human souls, the longing is already prevalent to go
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • It will no longer be able to live with the old picture of the world!
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    • as belonging to the Hierarchy of the Archangeloi — the Archangels.
    • need, something they long to experience.
    • life, unfolded love for his fellow men — a faculty that belongs
    • and understanding that belong to the heart.) becomes free only
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    • longing to go to Italy seizes him and his whole outlook changes in a
    • to work again upon his drama, the Spirit of the Earth is no longer
    • strongly Goethe's soul longed for Greece. Goethe himself is an
    • they were later on, and when a short syllable following a long, two
    • short syllables following a long, or series of short syllables
    • which Goethe longed and to which his whole inner life was directed,
    • express it in a word, is no longer quite the same. Something has
    • That which in the song of birds ripples along the surface like the
    • those who perceive that changes in the constitution of the soul belong
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • I can do is to indicate the lines and directions along which proof
    • path of knowledge along which the higher, super-sensible worlds are
    • and disciplined thought with which natural science has for so long
    • upon a long past childhood by the material world of sense.
    • These are the two pitfalls lying ahead of us when, in our longing to
    • longer need to come to a halt within the material world of sense, for
    • intensified. But before long it will be noticed that something very
    • made along the path to the super-sensible worlds. This is achieved
    • exercises have been practised for a long time, the point is reached
    • that the material world of sense is no longer around us ... it is no
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • Again as the result of deliberate and systematic steps taken along
    • the course of life. What has long since become the past, has long ago
    • Those who grasp the full import of these thoughts will no longer
    • actually a deep and intense longing, it is none other than experience
    • which, in face of the modern longing for science, can lead into these
    • clear. We no longer merely yearn for higher worlds — although
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • longer connect his statements with any contents which are really
    • longer be experienced. What the Gnostics set forth, contains, as it
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • longer be grasped. To begin with, these truths had to be protected as
    • knowledge which could no longer be grasped to its full extent: the
    • Even if the human beings are no longer fully conscious of them, they
    • acquiring a more and more positive character. It was no longer
    • calls attention to the unconscious, and no longer to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • many others. But he also said something else. You see, he belonged to
    • neck-ties for quite a long time, and not at all stupidly ... and this
    • towards its end. Intellectualism and materialism belong
    • nothing but a ball, a round head rolling along over the surface of
    • no longer the human being who lives inside his own skin ... for
    • have death within us continually, and when we are no longer able to
    • straggler along the path of ancient wisdom, has declared that
    • remedies which should always be there. So long as we do not speak in
    • this manner and so long as this is not grasped, we shall only speak
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    • human being, who then continues along the path which he must tread
    • spiritual world. Afterwards, however, as he continues along his path
    • furniture van had been seen for a long time, or perhaps never at all,
    • the following case: You see a man, who is walking along the bank of a
    • along its path in the spiritual world, united with its ego and astral
    • say: The whole day long the sun shone over that region of the earth,
    • that region on which the sun shone the whole day long. And now it is
    • is not earthly upon the earth itself, all that belongs to the earth
    • body the imagination of that part of the universe which belongs, to
    • As a physical being man belongs to the earth, and just as truly does
    • he belong to the heavens as an etheric being. We can only use our
    • But when an etheric body belonging to a youthful body passes through
    • natural science thinks. Other wars belonging to the past, require to
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    • Boehme there resounds a kind of longing to know the universe in man
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • was no longer living in the experiences of the soul. Bacon stands as
    • indicates the lines along which natural science must evolve, how it
    • was no longer the slightest inkling of the way in which the being of
    • obliged more and more to turn to external nature. It was no longer an
    • The radical change to this condition wherein men no longer
    • in reality they understand nothing at all. They come along with their
    • knowledge, to see that which is not of the earth, which belongs to a
    • longer about pre-existence. And so they laid it down as a dogma that
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
    • again in nature outside. For a long time there had been Initiates who
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • is a long time since we saw one another in Holland.
    • from a long study of the spiritual science of Anthroposophy. We know
    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • no longer so close to the human soul. Everything that thus
    • man sways either towards the longing for an extensive knowledge of
    • the universe, or towards the longing for self-knowledge, knowledge of
    • longing for freedom which is the prerogative of modern humanity. One
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • soul-constitution that no longer allows us to really penetrate
    • longer able to understand anything. Hypochondria for instance, means
    • Theo-Logy: a mere logical way of grasping the divine, no longer a
    • that has been declared to be the devil for a long, long time, within
    • seen in Dante, something that could no longer be experienced by the
    • that does not belong to the earthly became “the simple man of
    • being. We bring it along with us into our present incarnation. During
    • pass through death. Beings that belong to the hierarchy of the
    • socially and belongs to a lower class or caste, it is his Karma and
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • longer to be educated psychically, but with the aid of external,
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    • fulfils his rightful evolution, man will no longer tread the earth by
    • women will be barren; children will no longer be born in the manner
    • long to the earth in order to divert it from its normal evolution.
    • but a relationship no longer coming to expression in the birth of
    • longer incarnates physically, there is nevertheless a similarity. If
    • the light only as long as the light is outside. When man is himself
    • longer be seen. But when, in his being of soul, he is moving in the
    • the moment our thinking is received into the light, it is no longer
    • in the element of thinking that is truly free. As long as such things
    • that belongs to physical existence.
    • In past centuries, not so very long ago, this freedom in thinking was
    • Arithmetic, Dialectic, Rhetoric, and so on. This no longer means
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • can no longer be ours, although in this age we must again advance to
    • say in the first place that already for a long time now the
    • are at first unable to set out directly along the path to the
    • social way. The Anthroposophical Movement has gone along this path
    • alongside the Anthroposophical Movement another Movement has started,
    • Anthroposophical Society is not understood by one who belongs to it
    • necessary for them to belong to another movement which has taken what
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    • complicated structure, formed during long periods of development that
    • rise up before us in the life-tableau, they are no longer dull and
    • in the manner described and bear it along in the form of memories,
    • and have feelings, whom does this belong to, after our death? Whom
    • does it now belong to? After our death, it belongs to the universe.
    • to us, remains with as for a long time after death. The astral body
    • and no longer have our astral body, we feel, as it were, inwardly
    • long ago, that people used to know more than they do at the present
    • It is not so long ago, that human beings were pushed completely
    • centuries, whereas it is not so long ago that he used to look into
    • bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon their
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    • inducing one to say, it comes along, and one should really be afraid
    • of it — it now streams along as a breath in the sound “RRRUUO”
    • no longer a purely human unity, but a divine one, in which dwells the
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • powerful beings, that do not belong to the physical plane, but are
    • the human beings belonging to that older race were connected with it
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    • longer provide what modern man's inner life requires and the dignity
    • to belong to an anthroposophical community to be a real and deep
    • (clarity of feeling, not of thought) with which people seek belonging
    • world presently is to satisfy a longing for full humanness. People
    • notice the longing, experienced so keenly in our time, that wells up
    • belonging to the community of men than lay in the previous direction
    • exactly the kind from which an anthroposophist longs to free his
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • in a sequence, they belong to the past, and are hence memories,
    • long-latent conflict. It must be brought out into the open and
    • channels from which his innermost soul longed to escape. But he was
    • Now along comes the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • making one dissatisfied. But that attitude doesn't last. In the long
    • cannot be done so long as a life lived shut away from the world as
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    • etheric and physical body, and there, belonging to them, as is understood, in
    • ether. The inner light-ether is then no longer stirred by impacts on the
    • etheric body, now freed from the physical body and no longer restrained by
    • a soul wishing to attain this long and pray for? It might thus address
    • in the spiritual world, might say in longing, in a kind of prayer:
    • belonged to the understanding, to the Gnostic understanding that such
    • ‘Those who wrote this long ago were at a childish stage of human
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    • thing as forgetting has to belong to the phenomena of life.
    • case without our needing to educate it. That belongs to its nature.
    • digested until then. As long as the human being uses it for acquiring
    • As long as a mental image remains in your memory you connect it with
    • the things just discussed. Much of what belongs to the human etheric
    • him. But as long as he believes that it does not make any difference,
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    • being held here alongside the actual group evenings, and which are
    • it, it is no longer the blood it was when it flowed in the body. It
    • longer examining blood but something that is the external image of
    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
    • whilst they really belong to quite a different field. Above all we
    • For everything belonging to the plants and minerals has a profound
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    • movement for some time have long been familiar with it; the others
    • moment in human evolution we want to recall lies a long way back. If
    • kingdoms that are around us. Phenomena that doubtlessly belong to
    • This was still a long time before the sexes separated, when there was
    • meaning from higher worlds. As long as we are in the physical world,
    • influence on him. If people go on a long journey nowadays, however
    • long as they had a body of soft material they could actually become
    • could still alter their limbs at will, and make them long or short
    • another. This was a long time after the sexes already existed. The
    • sensual longing that is stimulated by seeing the outer appearance of
    • and longings, especially those arising from their own externally
    • independent human being, and it is no longer in full harmony with the
    • Something of what belongs to the astral bodies of his parents —
    • longer blown by the wind. This double made out of the incorporated
    • been dosing himself in this way for a long time applies for treatment
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    • very complicated. It takes a very long time for man to get to know
    • over long periods of time, and the hierarchies — entities we
    • long ages before the physical constellation existed. Thus the spatial
    • because the rhythms are no longer in harmony that the condition of
    • will be able to show that it is not so very long since people were at
    • has arisen, a science that is no longer in a position to go back to
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    • twelve it can no longer coincide with the hour hand, for this has
    • belong together then their forces, which are the expression of their
    • belong to certain inner processes, he would not have survived. Of
    • that at the nodal points no longer coincides with cosmic occurrences
    • cosmic situation and is no longer a ‘clock’ in the proper
    • no longer knows how to take guidance from the great script of the
    • The way man thinks all day long is in a certain respect in
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    • instrument of enjoyment and action. This he has no longer, but the
    • body that man satisfied his desires. After death he no longer has
    • still a long way short of all that we shall experience through it. We
    • direction, and it takes this feeling along with it. When this is
    • all in his sheaths, and set out along the path of incarnations in the
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    • essentially of a long out-breath and a short in-breath. It is the
    • opposite with laughing: a short out-breath and a long in-breath. Thus
    • This is like a squeezing out of the breath: a long out-breath. In the
    • long in-breath when you laugh. Here, so to say, in the change in the
    • sorrow and tears in that world where they can no longer be overcome.
    • the fact that whoever has overcome his ego to the point of no longer
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    • belonged to the regions of air and water, whereby we must imagine the
    • belonged to a number of forms below. Up in the North they were group
    • times, when people perhaps no longer saw any reason for it. Someone
    • who belonged to the East would have said: I unite myself with the
    • remarkable description emerged there long before Christian times,
    • than it was in Atlantis. Nowadays you no longer go black if you rely
    • this no longer makes you black. But we do not wish to deny
    • everything is more spiritual, this no longer makes people red. But
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    • no longer working from outside but from within. What works from
    • in the animal. The astral body becomes free, and as long as it
    • completely that you no longer see it, it is all rolled up in the
    • consideration everything that belongs to evolution. Let us take the
    • point where they no longer need any physical substance for their
    • longer physical, etheric or astral body or even ego as such, but that
    • stupid person might come along, and the very thing you are laughing
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    • long absence. Those of you who were present at our meeting in Munich
    • belong to us. Just as in the physical world we become aware of
    • passes for art today will in the future no longer do so. A number of
    • for us. It takes a long time after death to live through this sphere
    • to which they belonged. On the other hand, individuals without any
    • long as we are out of the body. If we have formed an erroneous
    • all that is necessary to further the progress of life along the paths
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    • long before the child has any ‘I’-consciousness, when in
    • character becomes more marked the longer ago the events in question
    • We may remember events which took place very long ago in our life,
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • principles of Christianity have been understood. All this belongs to
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • connection with the Sun. Man belongs to the Universe, not only to the
    • Without realising it he may even be longing for Anthroposophy. In
    • the form of longing in the subconsciousness. It does not necessarily
    • death, his longings and desires remain. Nor need these longings and
    • desires be only those of which he was actually aware. The longings
    • passes through the gate of death. The longing for Anthroposophy,
    • thought and it has a direct effect upon the one who has died. As long
    • Anthroposophy takes hold of our very life. We shall then no longer
    • We leave our home at eight o’clock in the morning, walk along
    • car and killed; if we had left home punctually we should no longer be
    • or poles were erected along the highway between Berlin and Paris and
    • astral body originate from the cosmic sphere to which the sun belongs
    • and do not belong to the Earth at all? Nor will you be surprised,
    • of man on the Earth and in its elements after death belongs to the
    • Earth and to its forces; but the Ego and astral body belong to the
    • body, the life of soul which strictly belongs to the sun and the
    • our soul we belong to the world of the stars, we shall have taken a
    • belong to the whole Universe, to the Macrocosm, that we live within
    • of man belong to the world of the stars. When we consider how man is
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    • before his death. To sum up, we may say that as long as a human being
    • is making use of his senses, as long as he lets himself be guided and
    • consciousness. This is a matter of importance because as long as the
    • death. As long as the physical body remains alive, the union is
    • sight is no longer possible. Why is the process described in this way
    • longer capable of perceiving such things conditions which made
    • Southern Europe, there was no longer any equal possibility of direct
    • was no longer able to perceive anything of the spiritual realities in
    • longer actually experience in the Graeco-Latin epoch but had not yet
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    • longer working in a human body but in the spiritual body in which he
    • a Being who need no longer incarnate in a human body, he had
    • Earth has undergone the experiences that belong to the heavens.
    • without change, if the phase of decline had been prolonged, souls
    • fostered and preserved spiritual culture. But the souls belonging to
    • Among them was one who for long years had been his pupil and friend,
    • who had at one time been incarnated on the Earth but now no longer
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    • Ego, together with everything that belongs to these members. We know,
    • do these other Spirits belong?
    • belonging to the Ego. Otherwise, if Luciferic Spirits did not
    • he is no longer on Earth, namely during the period of his existence
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    • Hierarchies and of the Luciferic Beings belonging to those
    • is no longer in action. With the seventh year the formative principle
    • principles belonging to the first category come from the Spirits of
    • backward spiritual Beings belonging to the different Hierarchies. In
    • centuries. People belonging to our civilisation usually concern
    • Beings belonging to the Hierarchy immediately above man —
    • Beings belonging to the higher Hierarchies. Now we know that the
    • spiritual heritage. If we go back to the epoch long before the
    • soul and would either have developed a longing only to live outside
    • to the Mystery of Golgotha. Individuals belonging to the most
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    • the normal perception belonging to outer existence we study human
    • long time previously been preparing his essential characteristics.
    • Preparation for a return to the Earth begins a long time before birth
    • develop forces which work down upon his ancestors. Long before an
    • very obvious, for example when modern physics no longer concerns
    • today in which it is emphasised that attention should no longer be
    • and enquire only into the working of forces. People will no longer
    • himself as belonging to a Movement for the promulgation of Spiritual
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    • death in Kamaloka and final discarding of longings connected with
    • longing for them, the first region through which he passes in the
    • like still to have sense-impressions for a long time after death, but
    • life spent in longing for sense-impressions and being unable to enjoy
    • in Kamaloka; the soul longs for sense-impressions to which it was
    • already ceased to long for sense-impressions but still longs for
    • Earth. The soul may long since have ceased to yearn for
    • sense-impressions but still longs to think in the way that is
    • rids himself of all longing to be connected with a physical body,
    • longing for the last earthly life is still present. First, in the
    • region of Burning Desires the soul still longs to be able to see
    • through eyes, to hear through ears, although eyes and ears no longer
    • exist. When the soul has finally cast off any such longing, it still
    • on Earth. Having got rid of this longing too, there still remains the
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • however, he then rids himself of this longing too.
    • Earth belongs to the actual material realm and causes the mineral
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
    • he belongs to the spirit-world. He is aware of himself as a spirit
    • Brahman’, i.e. ‘I belong to the Primordial Being in Whom
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    • thought-world that belongs to the beginning of our era; one can try
    • and feel rising over the Devachanic world a star that belongs to a
    • belongs not only what your senses perceive as the external world, but
    • him, this thinking belongs to the thirty-first Aeon, to the physical
    • desire. And this desire, being no longer present in the Divine
    • human thinking, and in the longing that looks back to the spiritual
    • material world, it has in the sense of the Gnosis a longing for the
    • men are woven into his world. But they are imbued also with longing
    • Why is there this longing in the souls that have been
    • divine-spiritual world, do they feel a longing for it? The Gnostics
    • me bound to the material world longs after the Divine Sophia, the
    • find in the soul the longing for the Divine Sophia and the Holy
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    • no longer experienced through the astral body. For that is the
    • doubter, a sceptic, because he no longer feels any connection between
    • have had to get along with what it had received as inheritance from
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    • are also spiritual Beings and Powers who belong to the higher
    • Midas — was born with exceptionally long ears, the Greeks said
    • understand this kind of growing together, belonging together, of the
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    • secrets of the world were no longer discerned only through the
    • recognised that the Greek conception belongs to Meteorology, and the
    • parts of the Earth, so that everything belonging to the Earth should
    • bound up with the Earth and belongs to it; the Ego which is the
    • this sense as Geology. This was what the Prophets longed for and
    • relationship which belonged specially to the Earth period. But when
    • was a Being who then belonged still to the Hierarchy of Angels and
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    • disappeared into mountain cavities, so that it is no longer to be
    • We hear then that Parsifal stayed a short while longer
    • Parsifal, so that I could no longer avoid the belief that the two
    • And pray to God that He ere long
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    • belongs to the evolution of the Earth and (as I have shown in
    • symbol. Anything more would belong to the unlawful Sibylline forces.”
    • groves and their caves and the earth they had so long possessed, yet
    • Hierarchies brought it down; it belonged to them. The Parsifal saga
    • spiritual deeds of Christ; how Parsifal was driven along this path,
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    • laws of the astral body have already withdrawn and are no longer
    • of the modern philosopher. The modern philosophers have a long way to
    • We can therefore say that we no longer have thought-perception, but
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
    • Lucifer are harmful spirits as long as one is not aware of them, as
    • long as they work in secret. As long as they do not emerge and let
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
    • the forties, only it is a Being that has much longer duration of
    • evolves as humanity except that a year is as long as a century. This
    • longer periods, from incarnation to incarnation. Here stand the
    • longer duration than the life of those for whom we must say that a
    • longer than a year.
    • world in a Being that has a longer lifetime than man. As we follow
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    • long since been lost.
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • long as we take in only what the physicists know of it. We can grasp
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    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • world for a longer time, the connection arising from the
    • belong to him, robs him of his physical body, that the perception
    • spread over a longer period of time are concentrated, drawn together,
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • so very long ago the souls of men possessed a more atavistic and
    • the earth, the ordinary, physical surface of the earth, no longer
    • contains the same forces as in ages long past.
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    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • felt in this way. It belongs especially to the elemental world, and
    • our everyday life is not wide-awake but runs along more or less
    • We belong with all
    • belong to physical beings. We are also related with our etheric body
    • elemental world to which we ourselves belong by virtue of our etheric
    • is ever present in our environment, and to which we ourselves belong
    • forces which the physical body has drawn into itself, is no longer so
    • in which these astral beings are, that we ourselves belong from the
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • it. We should, however, realize that the beings who belong to what we
    • beings — and, among others, with the dead, so long as they are
    • beings. He has, indeed, for the world of human beings belongs to the
    • whole cosmos. Our own life belongs to the cosmos. And just as we,
    • us in the way they long to do. They cannot properly transplant
    • went on working on the same lines. Then when the father was long
    • these conservative conditions, will no longer play a part. The
    • physical bonds will no longer be there in the same way. But all the
    • ago, or even longer. These are the hidden connections — the
    • it no longer has to stop short at Inspiration but can become
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    • sense, belongs to the external world, in so far as this world
    • has no longer the same enthusiasm for intellectual accomplishments.
    • inertia. Thoughts run along the old grooves but the intellect brings
    • noticeable in our young people. Not so long ago it was a real
    • fresh from university speaks one is no longer curious about what he
    • intelligence has become something mechanical which no longer springs
    • sphere of self-consciousness. To belong willy-nilly to a
    • explained yesterday, this has the effect that thinking, by no longer
    • when knowledge is no longer obtained by means of combining abstract,
    • people today who no longer take it for granted that reason is
    • in fact an admission that reason no longer resides in the head. It
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • will all disappear along with earth existence itself. In the last
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    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • life-tableau, they are no longer dull and lifeless but exist there
    • it along in the form of memories, everything is finished; we are
    • belong to after our death? Whom does it now belong to? After our
    • death it belongs to the universe. We look back upon our death, and
    • form in which it was subjected to us, remains with us for a long
    • through our earthly experiences and no longer have our astral body,
    • even so long ago that people used to know more than they do at the
    • other words: it is not so long ago that human beings were pushed
    • not so long ago that he used to look into the spiritual world with
    • etheric bodies that might still have worked for a long time upon
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    • its grip already for a long time, that the human body, as we carry it
    • long time, into warmth.
    • be after a long time, even though the last remnants of matter may
    • though what belongs to the bone-system may pass over into warmth only
    • victory of spiritual life over physical life. And just as long as we
    • So long as we still carry this etheric body, after
    • And this is one of the mysteries of death: that, so long
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body — only that it has
    • longing which goes forth from us and which is taken up kindly by
    • prolongation, the spine, the result would be a Serpent, a serpent
    • head, for that would no longer be a Lucifer — that would be an
    • plane, that it was not at all so long ago that men were able, by
    • belongs, in every case, the soul-apparatus. And then they describe
    • little way into the thought-world which is no longer recognised by
    • belongs to the task of the spiritual scientist, however, to test all
    • existence goes along quite another path than does the picture which
    • naturally, then, it would also be true only so long as that which has
    • to what no longer exists. There is no connection between actual
    • And so long as this feeling for Truth does not permeate humanity, the
    • so very long ago. The writer tries to find out how it is possible
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    • modern human thinking, but which nevertheless belongs to the most
    • require a much longer time. We should not advance in our knowledge of
    • feelings belonging to this or the other home-land playing any part.
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • belong, an understanding of what we might call ‘The
    • distant past; that man has required long epochs of evolution in order
    • required long periods of time. You may also know that man did not go
    • belong to me, but I with my other members am hovering outside and
    • into Budhi or Life-spirit. If you think of such beings, who belong to
    • the earth. The Folk-spirits belong to the rank of the Archangels or
    • really is: it is a group of persons belonging together, guided by one
    • know that the Chaldæan-Egyptian civilization continued long after the
    • who has been longest absent, takes his turn again; so that, in a
    • the hierarchy of the higher beings, belong to the Archangels.
    • expression of an ego, but he also belongs to a certain people, i.e.,
    • control. How can a man, because he belongs to a certain people, help
    • acquirement, neither does it belong to what we call individual
    • see what belongs not only to his evolution, so to speak, but to the
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    • but that this is something belonging to clairvoyant consciousness.
    • as long as he lives, that is, from his birth to his death. It is
    • Certainly these preserve throughout long periods a fundamental tone,
    • they have something which continues throughout long ages. But in
    • these three parts arises the peculiar character which belongs to a
    • possessed by an individual belonging to the people. The Archangelic
    • belongs much besides this. Why? If the Archangel, the guiding
    • work who belong by rank, so to speak, to the Archangels, but are
    • this or that, but he is urged along as if by inner forces so that the
    • belonging to the Indian culture rests also upon this agreement. In
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    • yet something real, and that is, the beings belonging to the animal,
    • down upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and which
    • we belong to this or the other Folk-spirit-belonging to the scene of
    • from within; hence when the individuals belonging to a people appear
    • that it belongs to the most inward, the most intimate part of his own
    • contributes to his own people, which belongs to the concerns of the
    • which he belongs, a member of the whole human kingdom, is brought
    • succeed in surveying into the field belonging to the Spirits of Form
    • belated Spirits of Motion enter into the field belonging to the
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    • which normally belongs to the Moon-evolution, evolves in man as a
    • that, if you come to think of it, you will no longer find it very
    • consciousness belonging to the physical body; that as a matter of
    • life has passed away, — which on the whole belongs only to the
    • belongs to the later epochs of life. Through this man has become a
    • becomes a being who is connected with and belongs to the country in
    • of the earth belonging to that place, upon the incidence of the sun's
    • being bound up with heredity and no longer with place. So that in
    • die out and be no longer there. They do not repeat themselves for
    • characteristics upon man, those which belong to the years following
    • what in man belongs to the last third of his life. This line, which
    • find it comprehensible when it is said, that men no longer proceed
    • of the youth-forces, but which in a way live on into what belongs to
    • man who grew up in the lineage of Solon, who belonged to the Ionian
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • so long will it be difficult to obtain an unprejudiced understanding
    • and so on may be affected because we belong to a certain race or
    • which, as we know, man belongs as the lowest member. If you remember
    • if he did not know it — what spiritual science has long
    • darkness sets in he no longer sees, then there would be certain times
    • within the beings. To this hierarchy belong in the first place, the
    • necessary. And those Beings whom we have described as belonging to
    • mission of equilibrium which belongs to our earth-planet is therefore
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    • Let us now follow on further along the line which we
    • Sun and Moon), he sees that which makes him belong to a particular
    • In these three systems, which belong to the physical body but are
    • this part which in our sense does not yet belong to the higher mental
    • humanity, viz., that which belongs to the Semitic race, explained
    • Mongolian race, on the other that which we may describe as belonging
    • brain and spinal cord. Here flow in, in those races belonging to the
    • peoples of Asia Minor and Europe, those whom we reckon as belonging
    • but which could not possibly go along with further evolution. There
    • belongs to the Great Spirit; the pale man belongs to the spirits who,
    • men. Here we see what belongs to Saturn and his activity, and what
    • belonging to the ranks of the abnormal Spirits of Form whom we must
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    • long time under the guidance merely of Archangels.
    • of Archangels for a long time after the Archangel of India had risen
    • worked on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the north of
    • We have seen that everything belonging to the Semitic
    • number of different Beings belonging to the various hierarchies, —
    • several peoples over in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the
    • the several peoples of Europe were still for a long time guided by
    • Folk-spirit for their Archangel. The peoples belonging to the Celtic
    • mysteries belonging to this evolution can only be lightly touched
    • in the post-Atlantean epoch. He took the precedence long, long after
    • long since ascended to Spirits of the Age, in Europe the guidance was
    • a long time even in the Middle Ages, in Central and Northern Europe
    • to-day. He belongs just as much to the great directing Spirits of the
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    • certain longing, a certain desire, simply to compare the religions of
    • differ? The entire structure of the human beings who belonged to the
    • progress. A long, long human development lay behind them, but they had
    • Indian took longer to develop the Ego, and remained longer in a state
    • Indian obtained the subjective Ego long before the objective Ego. See
    • soul-life, which no longer showed any of those conditions that were
    • still experienced for a long time by the peoples of Europe. The
    • Indians had gone through those conditions a long time before. They
    • awoke, they actually no longer needed to observe how human
    • longer of such particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to
    • Unity. They could attain to this vision because those who belonged to
    • The peoples belonging to the Persian civilization were
    • were pre-eminently interested in them. The peoples belonging to the
    • no longer so fresh, no longer so young; but what appears as memory,
    • age of civilization. That is an event which could no longer be
    • primeval past belonged to the giants. This Potion contained not
    • to use it when he went through a long initiation which lasted nine
    • belonging more to the normal side, so to speak. To the abnormal side
    • belong the Beings appearing as Villy and Ve. These are Beings who
    • Germanic Scandinavian capacities, to which especially belonged a
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    • that in some respects those belonging to the ancient Indian
    • accordance with the facts, that the people belonging to this ancient
    • to a certain height within the human soul-power may exist for a long
    • subjective ‘ I ’, long before it was able to
    • long before they became conscious of the real inner striving towards
    • it. In the astral world which was around them they had for a long
    • belongs to what is grandest, yea, even to that grandeur which
    • form. In Greek mythology there is no longer a direct connection with
    • clairvoyance had for a long time vanished in the rest of Europe,
    • Thus for a long time there still existed a direct vision
    • during which men could no longer see into the spiritual world; but
    • they always longed for it, and they have ever told of a world which
    • he had for a much longer time experienced considerably more than
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    • still felt himself attached to a group-soul, belonging to a whole
    • the Germans of Central Europe as appearing to belong to separate
    • tribes, and yet as members of one organism and belonging to the unity
    • longer possessed this blessing; which in the first place had not gone
    • unity. As long as one has not grasped this duality, one has not
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    • of what belongs to this rich subject. I may, however, hope that it
    • consciousness of this was preserved so long that even Tacitus himself
    • belonged to Riesenheim.
    • something quite particularly belonging to him; it is the alternation
    • What I have just said is a truth which has for a long
    • see that it can no longer retain the old forms of the forces which
    • belongs to us all in Northern and Central Europe, will again stand
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
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    • Easter, 1933, and long out of print) in which Rudolf Steiner spoke, briefly and
    • which took place in the nineteenth century, it is no longer rooted in reality.
    • Even when long ages ago the human being, as ‘metabolic
    • the spiritual substance once derived from matter no longer ensouls him. His
    • shall still be inhabiting the earth, although birth will no longer take place
    • process of the entanglement of earth-existence. We must no longer allow
    • them with a veil of mystery. But it is not right any longer for the process of
    • physiologists is nonsense. And so long as we fail to realise that it is
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    • belongs to it; a building which, moreover, in its form of architecture
    • transformed that it no longer leads merely to images, but becomes
    • no longer directly in the body, they are outside it. The spiritual
    • spirit and soul must be learned from facts belonging to the spirit and
    • may not be discovered through spiritualism, but these belong to natural
    • presented to the senses belongs to natural science. That which offers
    • successful with the divining-rod. But all this belongs to the
    • belong to this department that thoughts entertained by one person are
    • “But it is necessary to know the thoughts belonging to spiritual
    • seriously. Long and earnest work is needful in order to understand it,
    • may be convinced that the human soul and truth belong to one another
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    • conceived as a Mystery — belongs paramountly to Winter. It
    • Mysteries that were celebrated in certain parts of Asia long before
    • dreams were expressions of reality, the men belonging to that ancient
    • Midsummer festivals had meaning only as long as men received their
    • thoughts as something unfolding within himself, belonging to him like
    • more as something belonging to man like the breath — the breath
    • “What I experience as thought is now no longer heavenly, it is
    • no longer something that has descended from above. It is something
    • cultural life said to themselves: Man can no longer have such
    • no longer in living interchange with the atmosphere around her, man
    • the ovary belongs to the present year. Thus do the seasons
    • tenth month, and January and February quite obviously belong to the
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    • the best of it (much of which may be no longer accessible to us) in
    • soul towards it. Yet this work of art does not belong to the same
    • how he was descended from a family that belonged to citizens of noble
    • really belong to it. An artist of the quality of Michelangelo would
    • Michelangelo, because he no longer had the life sense active within
    • they were the creation of the Greek world, belong to a space of their
    • used for the Mass, so that the original freshness of color has long
    • longest when I have had the privilege of being in Florence. These
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    • into the region belonging exclusively to the astral body.
    • belonging to the sphere of the progressive Hierarchies, by which the
    • around in freedom and are no longer shackled to their allotted
    • belong to the hierarchy of Ahrimanic spirits. In the first stage,
    • means whereby he could do so. And if anyone were to long to retire
    • But life cannot make progress along these lines. It can
    • somebody journeying along the Rhine speaks of the “ancient
    • belonging to the Rhine is quite adequately designated by the
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    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • was somewhat longer than in the case of the others, because the
    • incarnation was such that it tended to prolong the period of life in
    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • was a very long time before the urge arose within them to come down
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    • along the path of genuine spiritual-scientific investigation can be
    • take in spiritual-scientific truths we are still a long way from
    • Now someone might come along and say: It is quite right that things
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    • Along the chemical-physical path, they will only be able to
    • furthest of all along the path of mathematical-geometrical knowledge.
    • longing to recognize only that which is living. But the ordinary
    • soul-spiritual existence, with the same longing and the same interest
    • will then no longer be possible to submit passively to churches who
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
    • no longer be content to regard an important matter such as the social
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Being in the Physical Human Being
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    • for example, feel that it belongs to our organism — if the
    • we belong in the same way in which a finger belongs to our
    • are accessible to him. With his physical body he belongs to the
    • physical world; with his soul he belongs to the soul world; with
    • his spirit he belongs to the spiritual world. We reach into these
    • unity is then split up, so that we feel as if we belonged to many
    • his own being; he belongs to the whole universe, although his
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • grandparents and so on. Unlike men of old, they no longer feel that
    • poverty man no longer feels himself to be a child of the spiritual
    • characteristics. When we no longer strive to fathom man's
    • one hand man will be aware of himself as belonging to the earth; on
    • feelings will ripen, and when they are no longer mere theory, but are
    • super-earthly being, a cosmic being. The fulfilment of this longing
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • knowledge along purely scientific lines! This knowledge once
    • we were in error on a certain matter, and to-day are no longer so,
    • We begin to speak no longer merely in an abstract way of
    • concerned, for we are obliged to make use of the body as long as we
    • death, then there is no longer anything to prevent our soul and
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • knowledge often obliges one to sit still for long hours at a stretch,
    • and at a particular time, is rooted in, and belongs to, a
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • after long acquaintance — if at all — in former
    • will no longer be possible to do this spontaneously in the
    • relationships, belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch; and modern
    • connections formed at a stroke are no longer even beneficial, and
    • Towards this, modern man is developing; he is no longer
    • previous incarnations. This takes longer than recognition at first
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • element in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch has no longer any meaning
    • along this path and with small success. For how do we judge a person
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • as the gift of reason is no longer bestowed upon us like our two arms
    • brothers and sister peoples and nations will no longer understand
    • the growing child. What long-winded theories are devised in every
    • should know nothing about these spiritual beings is no longer a
    • given out because humanity should no longer be without them.
    • belong to theological or religious circles. How they all take the
    • And yet these good intentions do not help so long as they consist
  • Title: Lecture: Modern and Ancient Spiritual Exercises
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    • was walking along a river bank. If someone today walks along a river bank
    • the man of old did not feel like that. When he walked along a river
    • direction. Just as a swimmer today feels himself carried along by the
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • back to what had once long before been an experience of the breathing
    • but along the more inward path of thinking itself. The right path for man
    • If one perseveres for a sufficiently long time with exercises of
    • very long time) and really experience the inner qualitative change,
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • them and by keeping his arms raised for a long time. Thus, he learned
    • things can be discovered only along such paths as those I have indicated
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • super-sensible experience of what men at that time could no longer receive
    • theology has succumbed to materialism. Even theology has no longer any
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • sacred for him — for he ought no longer to call what he has,
    • festival, all their thinking about Easter runs along the lines of old
    • formula to which they have long been accustomed. But have we any right
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • festival of Resurrection, but in our materialistic outlook we have long
    • things that cannot possibly belong together; they cannot possibly exist
    • longer feels that he is himself united with those worlds, and that the
    • works of culture will no longer send their voice out into the universe,
    • thought the things that essentially belong together. They want to raise a
    • together’ the things that belong together. They raise a mist before
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    • been cherished in many quarters for a long time past, this is the
    • From one aspect or another, all interests of human life belong to
    • will lead us along many different side tracks — necessarily so,
    • itself should really cease. So long as people do not recognise that
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • water from a long distance. Hence they were wont to put out pails and
    • have a long period of revolution, as in the case of Saturn: thirty
    • Along these lines we
    • influences which are at work in the whole Universe are no longer
    • understood. These must be looked for again along such lines as I have
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 2
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    • presently why this is the natural thing. So long as one does not
    • Whatever is above the Earth, belongs in truth to the
    • plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
    • Earth have the greatest longing to become crystalline, and the deeper
    • we go into the Earth, the more they have this longing to become
    • preserve the cosmic process in the organism long enough — that
    • strongly, and it is permeated every moment with a longing to deny the
    • specific animal life also belongs. For reasons which will presently
    • overgrown as it is with plants, along with the animals in the same
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    • of Nature wherein nitrogen is working, nor can they do so, so long as
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • beings of the Universe have followed it along the same sad way! What
    • for we can no longer afford to buy it!
    • significance in the Universe. The time is not so very long ago
    • the case may be — and along the paths of this framework the
    • essence that moves along the paths of the oxygen. For the ethereal
    • moves with the help of sulphur along the paths of oxygen.
    • along the paths mapped out by the framework. Wherever any line, or
    • ourselves. We are united with our surroundings — we belong to
    • our environment. As my little finger belongs to me, so do the things
    • that are around us naturally belong to the whole human being. There
    • no longer feels comfortable there. It wants to dissolve again. And
    • the long winter nights! He does indeed acquire a kind of method
    • plants, everything that belongs to nitrogen lives far more nearly
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 4
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    • itself. You need only remember the absurdities that prevailed not long
    • moment. A normal human life lasts longer than ten years, and the harmful
    • produce, often do not emerge for a long time. Spiritual Science will
    • all, a baby — so long as it does not know what a comb is for will
    • long as we do not know what their true essence is ...
    • way that with its help the life is carried along certain fines of forces,
    • when we took out the manure it no longer smelt at all. This was a very
    • striking fast. It had no longer any smell, though naturally it began
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 5
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    • it had to be — this insight too has gone. Science no longer perceives
    • Science no longer knows the working of this all-embracing life. Insight
    • fact be clear on this: So long as we try to ennoble or improve the manure
    • Nevertheless, by prolonged
    • keep it as long as you wish. Add the substance which you take out of
    • where the snow will remain for a long time and where the sun will shine
    • for the human being. They will no longer have the proper nutritive power.
    • longer argue such entire confusion on our part as it would have done
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 6
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    • all that can be known along the lines which we have indicated here.
    • all — and we get no farther along these lines. Treated in this
    • you have thus treated. It no longer grows as rampantly. Moreover, many
    • pests of the field. But we can no longer speak so generally when we
    • Above and beneath this level you can no longer live. Nor can the nematode.
    • longer live. It shuns life if it has to live in an earth thus peppered.
    • to the wide spaces. No longer content to shut ourselves off in a room,
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 7
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    • the boughs and branches still belong to this). Out of all this the real
    • For the two things belong together: the winged animals, and that which
    • rich in forests long before man did anything—for in certain matters
    • did not fully understand it any longer, but he revived it from old usage
    • in Nature. Those who came after him no longer understood it. To this
  • Title: Agriculture Course: Lecture 8
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    • act according to these theories, they no longer hit off the reality
    • them no longer. In such a case, it is from the head that the animal
    • first becomes weak. It can no longer feed the body because it is unable
    • deposited. Whatever is no longer capable of assimilation is deposited
    • by long and thin-stalked plants, left simply to their own development
    • — that is to say, long grass, etc., that has grown into hay —
    • whatever is long and thin-stalked and goes to hay (Diagram 20). In agriculture
    • but when she calves (for the fodder-reforms you introduce along these
    • the old remedies. Though they no longer know why, they have kept them
    • trees. They have no longer any comprehensive vision of the relationships
    • the rhythmic system with the substantial nature that belongs to it in
    • doubt, over a long period of time. Splendid results will emerge if you
  • Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
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    • precious stones have no longings, no desires, no wishes;
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • to attain inner knowledge no longer required to see the
    • everyone believed that each life was only one of a long
    • man no longer thinks in matter
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • with the earth; but modern people are no longer able to
    • character: A man striding along with two urns and pouring
    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • the real worker belongs to the sphere of Sagittarius,
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • this — their blood belonged to nothing else on earth than to Christ
    • deeply mystical life developed in this way among those who belonged to this
    • belongs.
    • spiritual worlds to which they belonged, became clouded and dim; their
    • developed alongside external materialism. For the Mephistophelian impulse,
    • Harmony of the Spheres — will have to remain a mystery for a long time
    • and that belongs to the spiritual world. Body, soul and spirit are we here.
    • So that alongside of the social order, a soul order is necessary on earth,
    • belongs properly to the spirit.
    • it possible for them to remain for a long time unknown to human
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • who belong to the world of movement are passing through what is being placed
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • space of time which must not be too long, we try to concentrate
    • systematic way. (One person will need longer time for the attainment
    • is not meant personally, but, as you will readily admit, it belongs
    • experienced only as long as our sense-organ is exposed to it. In the
    • being no longer requires certain forces for the development of his
    • experiment for a long time, yet they will only come to quite abstract
    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • it is no longer entirely in keeping with Goethe’s conception;
    • longer lives in the medium of time, for in this process of reversion
    • we proceed in the right way along the path of spiritual
    • no longer have the support which the external world provides, as it
    • This a special form of self-discipline. We are then no longer
    • all his forces harmoniously and intensively along the path leading to
    • along these paths do not stand outside the ordinary
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    • By taking such elements along into the spiritual world, the
    • longer belongs, into the consciousness that should oversee and judge
    • can be kept relatively in check will be intensified, along with the
    • now sees, “You can no longer have a support in the world that
    • you want to enter; you can no longer have the support of outer sense
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • spiritual world, however, so long as one is in the physical body; one
    • a spiritual investigator and no longer can merit a full trust. This is
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • anthroposophy were to speak along the lines that people nowadays call
    • view is nevertheless no longer appropriate for the real soul needs of
    • however, we are living in an age that has a long way to go before
    • body, we feel as though we were no longer master of our ego. We
    • development is something that will continue for a very long period of
    • understand fully what belongs to the era from the eighth century
    • evolution. This is something modern man longs for if he is honest
    • belonging to spiritual science. And as we are in the age of
    • deepest longings of the present time, is also aware that there will
    • be more and more people coming along and attempting to tread the
    • spoken to you about what mankind is longing for. And it was this very
    • longing that caused such a caricature of super-sensible striving to
    • materialistic way. But alongside this materialistic striving
    • modern man understand his being in the way he longs to. Therefore
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    • belonging to the mineral kingdom. We shall not occupy ourselves with
    • consciousness, that is, the general consciousness belonging to the
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
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    • into that which is moving along the downward path in the human
    • like, has now for a long time been extended to the whole thinking
    • consider one process of thought which is along the lines of this
    • Of course, as long as we take Spiritual Science in
    • no longer see that the living interchanging activity of the reflected
    • advantage. We should be interested in establishing, alongside the
    • So long as we allow ourselves to believe that he who blows his
    • — so long as we hold beliefs derived from the carelessly
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • truth that earthly life can never progress fruitfully along such
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • ordinary life of the East, belonging to an Asiatic people, and
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • Westerner's head is separated from the rest of his body by a long
    • offers to the world. A long path has to be trodden before these
    • closely related to the Earth, a spiritual activity along the paths or
    • longing, even when they try to conquer oriental peoples, to receive
    • There is no longer any inkling of the differentiation of full and
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • the divine worlds were no longer the highest, creative worlds
    • man realises, although the physical is no longer seen: What I
    • Power proclaimed so long in advance, actually appeared on the
    • them nothing but longing and grief. For their life had taken
    • Goddess, still wholly spiritual, belonging to the age when
    • reached only after death’, holds good no longer. For
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • catastrophe of the world war. Whether they belong to a party or
    • people are no longer accustomed to use anything but their physical
    • spiritual science and belong to the same region of soul as artistic
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • concerned — people belonging, of course, to our materialistic
    • are no longer in a physical body. I experience it when I am with them
    • has long possessed many colonies with which it has industrial ties.
    • have said long ago: The delegates to Versailles whom we have sent are
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • consciousness which has been now attained. We must practise no longer
    • prospect of the super-sensible world to which we belong is reached by
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • speak of certain facts which belong essentially to the ethical and moral
    • impulses belonging to the descending phase of evolution work upon a soul,
    • generally, of men belonging to modern civilisation, this experience
    • belonging to European civilisation recognise Moses in this figure.
    • therefore by no means long ago — the name of Gautama Buddha was
    • no longer necessary for him to return to the Earth. Understanding of
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • doubtless it will not be followed for a long time yet. Suppose that
    • should not be prolonged. One should endeavour to watch oneself:
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • world and appearing to belong there.
    • has arisen because we can no longer distinguish what lives in us —
    • become abstract; that one simply continues along the line of thought
    • spiritual configurations when we pass along the negative third and
    • second and first dimension and reach the point where we no longer
    • long for this as we do for a university course. In the knowledge so
    • epochs of evolution. It has then no longer the same significance as
    • no longer the same significance as they would have had for the
    • world in later epochs, men were no longer aware of their breathing in
    • sense-perceptions permeated by spirit, and no longer differentiations
    • path will be very long. If, on the other hand, one sees, in the
    • subconscious depths of human souls, the deep longings for the heights
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    • long before his death in 1925, was opened in 1928.]
    • co-ordinates. So long as I describe it to you only in this way, you
    • old styles and reproduce what is no longer known to-day, but was
    • belongs to the mouth-formation — we are giving form to the
    • of the world and into a living perception of what can no longer be
    • Just imagine a rose, or any other plant with a long stalk,
    • longer formed merely from the cosmos; it is also formed from within.
    • Dornach. I could say much about painting also, for it belongs, in a
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • Mystery centres, their gaze having long been directed outwards so as
    • now have to one another, belongs to the intellectual
    • development of the last few centuries. The two things belong
    • up in him that could no longer exist directly in the immediate present,
    • perceives how something of the power which belongs to perception and thought,
    • into outer life. It belongs, however, to our time to penetrate into
    • region one is no longer in a world of Vana, of weaving in the
    • lymph, in which lives an echo of the longing for Nirvana.
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • it were cease for a time — for how long a time depends upon
    • who had a peculiar longing to live behind the phenomena of the senses,
    • developed a longing to see behind the sense-phenomena, and in so
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • experience he has Him no longer. Therefore he takes what he
    • All that we see of our fellow men with our senses will one day no longer
    • belongs to the things that are transient. But the “inner
    • no longer there; it will live on even as the seed of this year's
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • are, of course, no longer available. At most they have survived
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • ours. Ahriman is a Being who does not belong to our
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • Hierarchies belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth drew Ahriman
    • worlds of the Gods belonging to Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth as
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • caged wolf, which is fed exclusively on lamb's flesh for a long time.
    • are satisfied with such things because we are no longer kindled and
    • longer based upon clairvoyance, but what it had preserved
    • modern world conception, for man no longer considers ideas and
    • cut myself off from the Divine Being, and can no longer take it for
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • As long as the “wisdom
    • the end of scholastic Realism, it was no longer possible to grasp the
    • the Father and from the Son were no longer understood. For you see,
    • spiritual being could no longer be grasped, because Nominalism
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • take along with them the treasures of mankind which have been
    • the object of our soul's deepest longing — what has spiritual
    • long ago in the East and which is now threatening to break out over
    • realise that a long time will have to go by in the evolution of the
    • last weeks and that belong to the wider compass of our
    • evening. At about ten o'clock a friend came along and told us that
    • passed before and where no van was likely to pass again for a long
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • that what we most long for and strive after, is the very thing we
    • rebel against something which in future it will long for with all its
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • is that people no longer feel that its contents can only be a
    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • ancient primeval wisdom then lost its power, it could no longer be
    • past. It is no longer a wisdom gained through inner intuition, no
    • longer a primeval wisdom experienced inwardly, but an external wisdom
    • longer able to do this.
    • through his inner soul-development, along a mystical path. This would
    • mentality, but in reality they aim at something else: Along this
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • let our civilisation go to pieces, and ourselves along with
    • cosmogony is to-day being sought along altogether erroneous
    • Asiatic realise anything save his long-ingrained altruism.
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • longer the case. Indeed, the whole history of Rome consists
    • Register — that is a fiction alongside the reality.
    • long time they enjoyed considerable respect. The various
    • Western countries for a long time past. In October, 1918, it
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • ” For a title of course that would have been rather long-winded;
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • once going along the street when I saw a face which was
    • went along the street, his karma led him past a shop where
    • long ago,’ he writes, ‘tired after a long railway
    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • saw no longer the ordinary world of the physical plane around
    • manifold Nature-spirits, and Beings who belong to the
    • active part through our understanding of and longing for the
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • that belongs to the present rhythmical system, who is the
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • readily enter into what for long ages was felt at the time of
    • a clear indication of how long the remembrance of ancient
    • was left of Christmas Plays belonging to far, far earlier
    • olden times. It now belongs to the past and must not be
    • other than that which properly belongs to it. There is little
    • there is no longer any indication that truth must be sought
    • not duly prepared for its reception. There is no longer any
    • has long since been lost! In these days, when people are apt
    • to house. They carried long strips of lattice work attached
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • the longing for such an understanding — has only made itself
    • He saw an old man tottering wearily along his way — age creeps
    • mine! My powers of cognition and the state of my soul no longer
    • no longer be illusion but reality — a world in which I am able
    • consciousness he no longer possesses, for his intellect and reason
    • humanity. No longer feeling himself united with a Buddha who urges
    • Buddhism, their longing for ease makes them feel more readily drawn
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    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • undemocratic attitude confronts the longing for democracy which
    • the facts of modern science no longer justify the general explanation
    • human being. We may devote a long time — as long at any rate as
    • And it must be remembered that this may have happened a very long
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    • metamorphosis of activities which belong to man between death and a
    • is permeated by forces which run along the nerve-strands. Now the
    • breathing beats in unison with the movements that are executed along
    • other hand is perpetually longing for the vowel, tending towards it.
    • r the longing towards the a is quite inherent. Thus
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • longer appeal to us. To describe what we have in that world
    • for you yourself no longer sing. The World itself becomes cosmic
    • spirit. The soul-and-spirit of sound belongs to the super-sensible
    • longer feels the sound proceeding from his own larynx, but he feels
    • my dear friends, unless we feel in it the longing to experience the
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • belong to the Earth no more. My earthly being will be changed and lo!
    • of soul and Spirit flowed upwards to the stars, was no longer there.
    • the Earth. In this epoch men can no longer see Christ as the Being
    • the age of the Mystery of Golgotha no longer find Christ as a Cosmic
    • longer recognise in Him Who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha,
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • quivered, and so he discovered electricity! How long ago was that?
    • occurred not so very long ago. Today we speak of the atoms as if they
    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
    • if someone were to come along today and ascribe moral impulses to the
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • so long as he blandly and unconsciously electrifies the atoms and
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    • longer had the capacity to understand such teachings. Only this could
    • spiritual spheres. They could no longer comprehend how the ancient
    • Christ belongs, of course, to the forces that participated in the
    • creation of the earth; he belongs to the spiritual world; he entered
    • longer possessed the early Gnosis, which would enable him to imagine
    • spiritual, they also spoke of a second stream that belongs to the
    • no longer possible to say even what Clem- ens of Alexandria and
    • impulses that belonged to a later period: purely materialistic
    • understanding was no longer possible. And how do matters appear to us
    • lives with the earth, but when the knowledge of the Christ no longer
    • period, there was no longer the slightest knowledge of anything
    • sought simultaneously along two different and widely separated paths.
    • teachings of Euken and Harnack come along. Isn't it true that
    • “We modern theologians can no longer do anything with a
    • being; and that human beings then continue along whatever path them
    • the body; later, we can no longer do that. We are far smarter and
    • just because they belong to different nationalities, is something
    • belongs to them all, the Christ in whom they live, if they have
    • seeking that belongs to the shepherds who are united with the
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    • itself belongs — work upon the physical and bodily which is in space?
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • than this, it is possible to continue very much farther along
    • you can exclude, from the Feeling as such, all that belongs to
    • no longer spatial in itself. For the mere plane — the
    • ‘punctual.’ So long as we remain within the
    • the cloud into the plane, and then to elongate into the line.
    • three-dimensional to the four-dimensional. So long as we remain
    • it is no longer correct when we relate it to the reality. For the
    • you to follow me along this intimate line of thought. What we know as
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • have been washed up as it were by the waters in times long past. We
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • on the earth for a very long time. When we consider those oldest
    • geology as belonging to the archetypal rock-formations, as is also
    • the lowest layer of the earth's crust; it still belongs to that
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • of spirit-and-soul. No longer do we trace life back to the
    • belong to organic 1ife. This “sifting” of the whole mass
    • True, it had already begun a very long time ago, and so the brevity
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • which does not belong to the present, but to the past. The past lies
    • it aright when we recognise it as belonging to the past. The
    • past. He who grasps this idea will no longer seek for wonders in the
    • You cannot undo it because it belongs to the past. If, however,
    • then someone had come along and wanted to erase five of these marks,
    • understanding of natural law is already past, it no longer belongs to
    • thought-life what we no longer perceive in the outer world
    • pictorial, and the pre-earthly life is no longer an abstraction but a
    • belonging to higher spheres of knowledge are in no way foreign to
    • there is a poem belonging to the old German culture called
    • longer coincides with the thinking of earlier times. Those people who
    • is placed in the middle. Ideas belonging to the time when
    • and people no longer remembered the Trinity; that is to say,
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • more together after a long summer interval, we may say a few words as
    • life when none of us will any longer be able to be present in our
    • over and over again, how easily in our day the longing may encroach
    • belonging to our movement must make himself intimately acquainted or
    • name of Christian Rosenkreutz, and that this Lodge longed to hear
    • who has become Buddha, no longer descends into physical life, can
    • longer returns to earth in an ordinary body, in accordance with the
    • understanding of these facts belongs to a different level. Then there
    • longer correct. For if they were correct a being is spoken of who
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • in time, belonging to the Earth or the Moon evolutions can be more
    • played its part very, very long ago, has been made very, very
    • regarding the soul, so-called official psychologies which no longer
    • has no longer any control. But that is only the most elementary of
    • ideas than anything else: space ceases! It no longer has any meaning
    • or ‘left,’ these have no longer any meaning. In this
    • no longer ‘earlier’ or ‘later.’ It is
    • so that you feel yourself held in your conceptions and are no longer
    • able to move, then you will no longer be able to say that what you
    • significance, it is absolutely no longer there. On this account it is
    • Saturn.’ ‘Before’ has no longer any meaning because
    • consciousness no longer enclosed in time.
    • foundation — this fact, that the beings belonging to the
    • formerly much used by students for examinations, but now no longer
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • knowledge so long as we work after the fashion of ordinary
    • approach nearer, we have no longer a body of light and air but it
    • which the best is the artistic longing to master colour or form in
    • traditions, along the path of the School of Dionysius the Areopagite,
    • everything belonging to it, as it were translated into earthly
    • to preserve into later ages what belongs to the earlier, and so
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • concept must now be introduced, which belongs to the world of reality
    • will allow life to flow over us, not longing for this or that, but
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • smoke. And to these properties belongs above all Time, which includes
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 2)
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    • recall the words of the poet: ‘He alone who longing knows,
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • form, is — longing. We also know the names by which this force
    • person may long for the homely stories of the family circle; he does
    • not know that he is longing for home, he only feels an undefined
    • craving, an undefined want. Another longs for his mountain, or
    • as a kind of longing. And what is this longing? We have just said
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • satisfied; for were it satisfied, the longing would cease. What we
    • described as longing is an unattainable wish.
    • longings, all kinds of repressed wishes impossible to fulfil. It is
    • up at them, what remains behind as repressed longings and wishes can
    • egoism flashing up in the weakest form, as longing, but we can also
    • longing when a condition of Soul approaches in which a man is at a
    • as longing and cannot be satisfied in this world, there are many
    • longing than by change? This is proved by the fact that persons who
    • The torment of longing can often be overcome by changing the
    • brought into the lives of those Beings who were filled with longing
    • overcome one-sidedness of longing by means of variety, by change and
    • with the Will now transformed into longing, and within these Beings
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • we felt longing arising within it, and we saw how the longing works
    • proceed, belongs precisely to those experiences of the soul which we
    • of the peculiar character of the Beings belonging to ancient Moon was
    • the force of Longing. We have still, in all that we sacrifice in our
    • own souls as longing, a legacy from the bygone events on ancient Moon
    • which reveals to us a pain, which gives birth to Longing, just as was
    • the case with the Beings belonging to the old Moon-existence.
    • the longing arising in these beings through its rejection, an
    • longing arising in the Entities of the rejected sacrifice, could in a
    • longing thereby arising within the Beings who desired to offer and
    • bring the Beings in whom the rejected sacrifice is as a longing
    • their Being with longing. Now the Spirits of Movement bring them into
    • excluded from its purpose. That which we can no longer perceive when
    • Beings who belong to higher spheres having rejected what was to have
    • little can we say that of the plants; for they belong to a great
    • Christ Himself belongs to the higher worlds and came down to the
    • directly belongs to the world of Reality!
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    • seem to have happened an infinitely long time ago.
    • world population is increasing; but we have to take a longer
    • view and consider much longer time-spans if we are to do
    • Vienna not long before this catastrophe came on our world and
    • have to reflect for a long time to come on the events in
    • may feel in your hearts that it will be a long time before
    • such order comes; you may think it will be a long time before
    • long time before order arises from the chaos. For it will not
    • long .
    • also knows that people actually no longer knew how to use the
    • death were longing for the destructive powers in which they
    • you think that humanity is still a long way from achieving
    • understand this concrete fact: Longings have arisen in the
    • dead in recent times, and those longings are being met with
    • thoughts. For as long as people watch over their conscious
    • do not know how long. But they know little about real
    • rush for material goods — many people are longing for
    • wisdom. Go on murdering people for as long as you can and you
    • has even a spark of logic it is no longer wisdom when the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • these different aspects of human nature belong to entirely
    • come in during Earth evolution; it is young and belongs to an
    • physical body to which they belong. For as long as we live
    • over such a long time. Yet, on the other hand, the process I
    • this in any way with morality, for morality belongs to a
    • only meet a long way back.
    • time of ancient Persia, people were no longer able to develop
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • a long way back. There will be a continuous thread through it
    • ‘the present time’ I mean quite a long period of
    • believe they have long since outgrown the illusions and
    • themselves as belonging to the many different socialist
    • are no longer on those leading reins; guidance has to take
    • that other region where we are no longer controlled by
    • interest — let us say he wants to belong to a society
    • rightly belong to our movement will have come to it out of
    • no longer feel inclined to take up the points that our
    • again there are others who do not belong and who behave in a
    • were limited to those who rightfully belong to it. Things
    • shall no longer continue to give private interviews to
    • longer give private interviews for members. Everyone is free
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • have of course existed for a long time, but humanity in
    • demonstrate this law to you. As you know, not long ago
    • times not very long ago. You will find times when there were
    • long distances and also used by farmers, have been
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • It certainly is no longer the case where the earth is
    • walking on something which is crumbling away; it is no longer
    • really are no longer in this world to take care of our own
    • organization. We do still incarnate, but no longer in order
    • will no longer become part of the outer physical body to the
    • the power will no longer be available. Anything resembling genius
    • environment in a different way. The space around us no longer
    • of space, but it no longer yields up the spiritual element.
    • Colours no longer speak to us as elements filled with spirit,
    • sounds no longer reveal the spirit that is in them; they have
    • Because it is no longer the soul's task to enter fully into
    • a long time before human beings are prepared to grasp this
    • world of the spirit; we do not belong to the physical world.
    • have knowledge does belong to the physical world; the rest is
    • in us which can no longer give itself completely to the body,
    • continue unchanged, people would no longer find anything to
    • do on earth. The fact is that women will no longer be able to
    • longer in complete agreement, and they will agree less and
    • the natural and not from the spiritual world can no longer
    • the one which Woodrow Wilson is presenting are no longer
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    • belongs to the present age. It corresponds to the essential
    • our ordinary dreams no longer have the same quality, though
    • still had it for a long time afterwards. Those earlier people
    • phenomena belonging to the world of nature, but we cannot use
    • no longer made known, which is, of course, the reason why
    • human being. This no longer comes to outward expression in
    • are to become teachers. We still have a long way to go with
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • him belonged to the fifth postAtlantean age which then was
    • someone whose heart and mind belonged to the fourth
    • between man and the gods which belonged to the fourth
    • Luther as an individual whose inner life belonged to the
    • based on different things. Certain things can no longer be as
    • and are no longer able to have today. In those days, human
    • be in touch with certain factors which belong to the world of
    • long as we are dealing with people's theories, we have to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • peculiar situation with regard to reality. People no longer
    • — always something which is no longer alive. They have
    • some of the things that belong to the past. Fundamentally
    • and you would then no longer consider the individual
    • you no longer know which way to turn; first I tell you the
    • did come across for a long time, even at the time when war
    • it happened in 1838. Not so long ago, therefore, the
    • humanity’. I could not go along with this. We were
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • an influence for a long time to come — must be sought
    • spirit belonging to the hierarchy of Archangels whom we may
    • means they are no longer to be found in the heavens, to use
    • really do belong together, in a way, and it is extremely
    • been a corpse for a long time. It will no longer support us,
    • longer be sought. But the individuals who have become so tied
    • nineteenth century and has therefore been dead for a long
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • in many minds by the time Darwinism came along and the idea
    • come a long way.’ Everyone who thinks like this fails to
    • course of evolution and therefore no longer know how to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • has long since come for us to say: the children and young
    • around them, and long stories about the Spirits leaping above
    • believed when this war started that it would last no longer
    • reality is flight from reality and no longer has anything to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • belonging to a particular nation or tribe. Their laws were
    • which was right in the past or, better said, belonged to the
    • blood principle meant progress for as long as it was under
    • proclamations of national ideals belonging to earlier
    • things which no longer hold true for the fifth, sixth and
    • feeling of belonging to the spiritual world must develop in
    • not merely earthly creatures but belonging to the whole
    • adaptation to the soil. If the soul were to go along with
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • tribes, nations and races, uniting those who belonged
    • a feeling for missions which went a very long way back in the
    • subject up again in recent years (1875). Why such a long
    • has in some way to characterize someone who belongs to a
    • on earth, this is taken amiss by people who also belong to
    • translated into European languages. It will be a long time
    • We're drawn to follow in most ardent longing.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 14: Into the Future
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    • resulted on earth. Angelic spirits belonging to the hierarchy
    • millennium. We can therefore no longer say that the
    • belongs to these when we are in the other worlds between
    • to take the place which belonged to the Archangels in the
    • women will grow infertile, and reproduction will no longer be
    • even continue for as long as this; it would only continue
    • we find in all these things the ideas belonging to the end of
    • in agitation, revolution, revolutionary longings. Never
    • is, and for how long humanity has been engaged in the
    • say that it goes a long way back. But ‘history’,
    • it emerges in the telling. People have moved a long way away
    • rest are pulled along. They are persuaded, however, that they
    • themselves, instead of being pulled along. It is quite easy
    • which belong to the past will definitely not take its place.
    • Delaisi and his book which appeared not so long ago, in 1910,
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • in his evolution, man no longer felt that divine spiritual powers
    • fact could no longer be understood, i.e., could no longer be grasped
    • century, we had arrived at the point of no longer noticing at all
    • a light color, we no longer believed ourselves connected with
    • longer mere thinking, that is filled with experience, filled with
    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • path of the spiritualization of our knowing activity, along a path of
    • apes correctly, that we can no longer explain the animals. If
    • sleep. One no longer needed any inner impulse for active inner
    • in turn is connected with the fact that along with a possible waking
    • And so, along with the
    • spiritual world, one can no longer accustom oneself to
    • things that are untrue. But as long as we are giving cause for what
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • dead only as long as we apply it to Nature outside: as soon as we
    • the thoughts, no longer seize the earthly and watery elements in the
    • force of thinking acquired on earth no longer works in the warmth and
    • would have arisen. But men were no longer accustomed to consider
    • implies that the earth cannot reach the goal of its evolution as long
    • facts do not show this at all. You will find, along this whole line
    • To-day it is advanced enough and has reached long ago the point of
    • we shall no longer think it an absurdity to say: In reality, human
    • spirituality cannot reach man as long as the content of space is
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • highest Spirits, belongs to the season of winter.
    • together with spiritual Beings to whom he belongs. And so man will
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • external Nature is merely a symbol; more and more he will long to
    • our present epoch but for a long time yet external science will
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
    • belongs. Just as the day of Caesar's death is the same for a Chinese
    • can assure you that the results of long, long occult investigations
  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • outer materialistic concepts. After a certain point it no longer
    • whether it belongs to something else or can be examined better as an
    • consider only as belonging to a complete human organism. The plant
    • stones — belongs to the whole of our earth, just as the stones
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • not consider the earth without the plant covering that belongs to
    • relationship to the earth, so also everything plant-like belongs to
    • then it will no longer appear absurd if spiritual science tells us
    • in the realm of plants. The whole plant world belongs to the earth. I
    • belongs to the earth itself. In this ex change the organs are formed
    • belong to the earth activity and the sun activity perceive through
    • the plants reveal themselves as belonging to the earth's
    • science reveals, you may no longer see anything but an expression of
    • world that are misplaced, that do not belong in our world. One such
    • myths, because it be longs to an earlier planetary condition of our
    • world. With our soul and spirit we feel ourselves belonging to the
    • world, as it were, we feel that it belongs to our great mother earth.
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    • He belonged, as a rule, to the moderate parties. We must
    • belong to the realms of error and deceit ... Their origin
    • many respects no longer even allowable (no longer allowable,
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha. These forces are no longer
    • manner; — no longer as normal forces of human nature
    • are no longer intelligible at all to-day, save with the help of
    • Mysteries, or that all Mysteries belong to the realms of
    • Luciferic force, so to-day (when they can no longer be held
    • leave off the pursuit of all that belongs to Physics,
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    • socially. No doubt an elementary process; and it is a long way
    • large scale. Nevertheless, everything that lies along this
    • line belongs to the realm of those things which become
    • longest and the nights are shortest. Man's sleep is only
    • that when the shortest days and the longest nights are with
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • between Christmas and Easter is longer or shorter as the case
    • no longer merely devote the intellect to the things we do. We
    • I have shown for many years past and along many different
    • grasp of reality. To develop a longing for what the world has
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    • which belongs to the secret of death. While the former is
    • for 72 years. It can be much longer, of course, or shorter as
    • belongs to birth — has rejected what leads to the
    • belongs. Definite stages in the evolution of man are
    • again along the paths of the Spirit.
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    • death, for then we shall recognize it as a world which belongs to
    • When we try to gain knowledge, we are then no longer able to
    • belonged together here in the physical world find each other
    • some knowledge of the super-sensible worlds, but no longer in the
    • natural-scientific discipline, along the animal line of descent,
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • it has a real meaning to say: Man belongs to the development of
    • … the head remained stunted, because a longer time of
    • has behind him a LONGER TIME OF DEVELOPMENT than the animals
    • and finally we come to the religious world. These worlds belong
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • Now we no longer
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • upon a future in which this earth will no longer exist, and the
    • stars above will no longer exist. But spiritual science gives us
    • to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as something fantastic and
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • Century, learned to think that everything we carry along with us
    • alone contains reality, in Nature. In spite of this, the longing
    • They can no longer accept what ancient religious traditions have
    • longer tread this ancient path. Since then, humanity has taken on
    • religious element in the world's order along different paths than
    • long path which we must tread in order to reach a genuine
    • the present time must no longer pursue this aim through the more
    • Within this living way of thinking, the human being no longer
    • before us. Now we no longer see the sun in its physical splendor,
    • no longer serve the process of sight if material substance
    • In certain moments of cognition, our body is then no longer
    • spiritual world, the super-sensible world, to which we belong as
    • course of time. Death became a riddle when man no longer
    • possessed the key to the riddle of birth, when he no longer
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • had long ago felt the inclination to build a bridge leading from
    • cases described to you just now, show that the longing, the great
    • talk for a long time, were I to mention some of these theories
    • exercises have been made for a sufficiently long time, when we
    • constitutes the ordinary life of memory. We then no longer
    • in which we live in anthroposophical research, we are no longer
    • so that we are no longer connected with our body as in the case
    • own body, which has slept long enough and which produces this
    • know a thing only because we are no longer connected with it, no
    • longer penetrated by it subjectively, because it stands before us
    • fact that the mirror of thoughts is now no longer within us, but
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • things than those which held good for such a long time. We live
    • world with a certain feeling of longing and of sorrow, as if the
    • because it no longer contained the gods, they experienced it as a
    • physical world no longer contained the gods. And our thought life
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • about a Cosmic Christmas. This inner voice, this inner longing,
    • if we are filled with the longing to see in Christmas an
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • longer constitutes the whole human being, but only a residue of
    • belong the bones, muscles, etc. which exist in him. The bone
    • longer corresponds to the living human being. The form which lies
    • before me as corpse, no longer requires the existence of lungs,
    • follows: As long as the Ego and astral body are connected with
    • have a different inner character; they are no longer a perception
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • re-appearing in another form; that is to say, we then no longer
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • longer had any notion of the earth's beginning and end.
    • meaning in history. We should be filled with the longing to
    • from doing so. In the present time, we no longer conceive in the
    • everywhere warmed-up pagan cosmologies, which are no longer
    • world's beginning and end, this no longer means what it meant in
    • contrast, we shall no longer have any doubt as to the difference
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
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    • into their ideas. Not so very long ago, the world of ideas was
    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • longer gives him a living essence, he is obliged, in the present
    • understanding of his folk soul, so that he no longer felt that he
    • longer thought that he enfolded a God, but he felt that he was
    • truth was no longer pronounced as openly as the other truth in
    • came to the fore in the Fifteenth Century. No longer did the
    • life undergoes a change. Man no longer feels so closely connected
    • place. It is the epoch in which one could no longer say only:
    • imagined to be divine-human. In reality, the longing felt by the
    • Nietzsche we find this longing for the cosmic light, the cosmic
    • becomes manifest in pure thought; as modern men we then no longer
    • take this along, we cannot go beyond the dry, banal, abstract
    • mathematics; but the human being must bring along something, for
    • needed, as it were, so that modern man may set out along this
    • is so peculiar. It fitly belongs — but in an unfit way
    • the longing to know these realities.
    • out along the spiritual path if the Spirit is our guide: to
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • The intellect itself is spirit, but its content is no longer a
    • pertaining to man, can only be grasped in the course of long
    • epochs; indeed, the powers belonging to the super-human sphere
    • 20th century, our deepest concern should no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • tree descends to the generations to which Abraham and David belong.
    • earthly career. Man as he now is belongs to the Earth, through his
    • again to our birth along the path we call Kamaloka in order to meet
    • Adam, that belongs to the physical body, etheric and astral body and
    • comes from these. The Ego waits; it waits with all that belongs to it
    • time the Christ descended from those worlds to which mankind belongs,
    • longer romp and wrestle on Sundays. They had really to lead what is
    • the external acting. But this could no longer continue to please, for
    • It has all been produced by science. We no longer burn, as Goethe
    • which man, as a super-sensible being, belongs. Is it not wonderful
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • tree passes over to the generations to which Abraham also belongs, to
    • which David belongs. And out of the wood of this tree, which actually
    • now in his union with the Luciferic principle, belongs to the earth,
    • death into the spiritual world that belongs to the being of man;
    • that his physical body has been developing for so-and-so long since
    • his birth. The “I” does not go along with this
    • order to re encounter our “I” and then to take it along
    • descended out of those worlds to which the human being belongs, out
    • this was no longer tolerated. The people also wanted to understand
    • in the Christmas plays. This is not how it was. Rather the longing
    • mood emanating from the longing to participate themselves,
    • the longing to experience a story. In the story, however, there was
    • further, however — Haeckel no longer asks this question
    • today. It has been brought forth by this science. We no longer burn
    • related to what the human being belongs to as a super-sensible
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    • infinitely long period of time. It is true that certain modern
    • belong, at the expense of the old clairvoyant consciousness.
    • which there is no documentary evidence. Zarathustra himself belongs
    • consider that man can reach the spiritual world along two paths of
    • belongs to the physical world, we may indeed find our real spiritual
    • Mystic; the second the way of Spiritual Science. It was along one of
    • no longer strictly separate from one another, for it is part of the
    • pass along one side, we arrive at the opposite, the highest point. If
    • we pass along the other side, we also arrive at the same point. If we
    • at the same point along both sides. Why should we not assume that the
    • thought of the people for a very long time and then for a while they
    • colours and sounds must cease. So long as these elements enter into
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
    • to hear. Mark well my words! No longer shall the Evil One, the false
    • leader, conquer the Spirit of Good. Too long has his evil breath
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    • realise that I have a longing for the Spiritual, a yearning towards
    • the primal source of my being; but Osiris and Isis belong to the
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • Osiris can therefore only be reached along two paths. One is the path
    • longer limited to the human faculties pertaining to the outer world
    • Egyptian epoch this no longer appears in its purest form. For just as
    • culture belongs to the period of decadence and one can only surmise
    • as it were, along the path to man. Divine forces which have not
    • civilisations. On the contrary, primitive conditions belong
    • into modern civilisation. If it advances along these paths it will
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    • experimenting along the lines of butterfly flight has never been
    • really belong to aeronautics but which will shed light on the
    • sun, very soon we should no longer have any caterpillars. They would all
    • the caterpillar crawls along, it spins a thread in the pattern of the
    • itself in its sheath along with the sunbeams. In the chrysalis the
    • present — no longer earthly or etheric forces, but astral forces
    • can follow the light. Being no longer subject to gravity the butterfly
    • gravity to which it is no longer subject. So it can be said that it has
    • vessels formerly belonging to the tail are withdrawn and thus feet are
    • happens to the egg after he has dissected it. Nature no longer acts, but
    • no longer believe what follows, but formerly they would say: Here we
    • are just a little more nebulous. They no longer reckon on going back to
    • and water which after all play their part are no longer considered.
    • has nothing left to do. Contemporary science no longer has any knowledge
    • extracts means of nourishment from Nature, but no longer understands its
    • taught no longer has any connection with Nature. Nature is referred to
    • to them any longer. Anyone saying them is considered mad. It really is
    • has remarkable visions and hallucinations along with epileptic fits. In
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    • world. This creates in us a need for what we can no longer carry within
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    • thus reveals itself in the life of the soul, so long as our
    • need and longing to be united with the spiritual. In the universal sea
    • during waking life something like a need and longing to relate all the
    • and has experienced at the same time a longing for the divine-spiritual,
    • experience is due to the fact that the soul is no longer merely swimming
    • carried along, as is the case in the customary methods of obtaining
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    • soul. And should natural science proceed along the lines which
    • longer appear humane; Anthroposophists to-day could not well be
    • belonging to different parties — provided that at such a
    • applied to it those laws which psychologists have for a long
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • as holding enlightened views, has ceased to believe, long before
    • chemical processes characteristic of seeing no longer take
    • shape. In this way new species of animals can evolve as long as
    • of further evolutions of animals species along the same lines,
    • all that belongs to the biography of a soul out of the soul from
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    • taken away. That is to say, that when a man is no longer able
    • superfluous, because it does not as yet belong to the
    • to-day as another truth, which now belongs to the
    • Spiritual Science). Not long ago the great natural scientist,
    • similar truths in other spheres, are no longer delivered to
    • the flames of the funeral pile to-day. That is no longer the
    • ancestor, to a being who has progressed, who does not belong
    • the further course of life this process is no longer
    • As long as we grow, and in so far as we thus grow, we do not
    • something which does not belong to them, if they are to
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • the moment when the child, of his own accord, no longer says:
    • the sense-experiences come along and the self-mirroring of
    • itself must be there. From this we learn that as long as the
    • that they become conceptions, as long as they only approach
    • without being transformed into an Ego-experience, as long as
    • long as that lasts, one notices that the child imagines into
    • of consciousness in waking-up and in going to sleep. So long
    • memory of past lives. Then people need no longer say that
    • unhinged. For certain things belong together, and others
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    • Elementary Kingdoms belong to what lies behind the world
    • no longer holds true, for, in the astral world, there is
    • minerals, belong to this kingdom. You are told, to begin
    • merely one mineral which belongs, as it were, to a mineral
    • instance, belong to these mineral parts; also in the brain,
    • as long as he is not astrally clairvoyant. Materialists
    • belonging to the sphere of living Nature, without the help of
    • the Beings that lie behind nature, as long as such a work has
    • warmth-body, it belongs to the third Elementary
    • Kingdom. These Beings, belonging to the third
    • the animals — they belong to the same region. And
    • of a plant consists of the forces belonging to the second
    • desires — from the Beings belonging to the third
    • greater then, will be the longing for the Divine. The very
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • order to express his longing for the Divine. He takes a music
    • takes us into the cycles of her dance, hurrying along with us
    • that filled his longing and feeling soul; and as aged man, in
    • that which is no longer a part of the physical world —
    • spirit existence. As long as there remains one selfish aim,
    • deprive us of all mysticism for prolonged periods. They are
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    • The days' long chorus, wafted on wings
    • I saw the spirits' fiery headlong fray,
    • Through airy spaces and this pole's long round;
    • longer held good; his description of them and of all their
    • fruits which were no longer suitable to that age is
    • the spiritual gift that we long for on Christmas night as the
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    • long before our Christian Era. A time which we can only
    • body. This Etheric body can now no longer be seen by man, the
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • the power of seeing clairvoyantly even so long ago as the
    • longer see behind the things of sense. Not because this was
    • himself “Let us proceed along the simplest lines of
    • long aeons of time would mankind be fit to draw nearer to
    • other Monads which belong to the soul collect together and,
    • things which have impressed the senses are no longer before
    • at the age of seven, he took the music desk belonging to his
    • long time ago, when I was studying the Scientific writings of
    • skull, which he saw must have belonged to a man of the type
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    • the 2nd part of Faust really belongs to the closing years of
    • whether our souls are capable of comprehending what belongs
    • of atomistic vibration and of energetics can no longer be
    • impulses and passions and other facts belonging to the
    • years as a celebrated poet, who was for long years condemned
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    • begins. Therefore a way must be sought along which one can
    • the path along which one can remove error ever more to one
    • compared to what one no longer really is — or at least,
    • to what one no longer so utterly is as formerly. These
    • longer making use of it — as if one stood at an abyss,
    • alongside, who now perceive and feel all that man is, who lie
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
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    • daily thoughts and feelings it is long forgotten. But the
    • soul's life, so long as they are unaware that man's existence
    • is tending. For the soul can no longer rest satisfied with what
    • waking life largely belongs to the present incarnation,
    • to have shorter or longer fingers, or to tread in a certain way
    • family, belonging to a certain nation and so forth. Thus we get
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
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    • aspect and in the long run we shall say, The soul of Friedrich
    • possible for him not to see a map for so and so long. He wanted
    • — for a long time before him, and yet not know into what
    • in our time as mechanism, mechanical civilization, belongs with
    • the other hand it may extend over long spaces of time. Thus
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
    • whom I spoke just now was living for so long. All this can, of
    • along the corridor, he hears the name of the convict called. It
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    • have a long period of time which man spends in the spiritual
    • longer work into us — no longer impress
    • their gestures on us — but lead us along the paths of
    • even known for a long time past by those who have confronted
    • that men will no longer seriously believe in anything belonging
    • can no longer work effectively when they begin to know how they
    • their mystic longings.
    • the blue sky. (For her appearance made itself felt, long before
    • brotherhoods, because it went along their lines. For they said
    • must be admitted belongs to an occult brotherhood. But he is
    • was working in a town belonging to the Section of which I was
    • and Lessing as ‘mediocre minds’ and write long articles upon
    • and incisive thinker, and he confirms at this point what was long
    • Chinaman can give, now that in Europe herself they no longer
    • necessary light be thrown on what belongs more to the every-day
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    • whether one is really doing so. Along these lines man only
    • relationships over long epochs of time. The Angels on the
    • was in the long run bound to produce materialism.
    • the Archangel Hierarchy we are no longer in a realm of which he
    • would characterise the false paths along which men are led by
    • listen to such a communication. So long as the Mysteries
    • For us, they are conventional signs. We can no longer go to
    • soul, which was a force of healing. We can no longer do this.
    • Golgotha, words no longer have the same significance. For you
    • words so long as the words were such as I have now described
    • them. In the succeeding times this power was no longer
    • say will sound very queer to anyone who thinks along the
    • times long past they used to speak of the
    • age) had long been accepted. And in real truth, Watt had the
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    • fact of his having been born, forces that do not seem to belong
    • conception of man, will belong from the present time onward
    • guided by Anthroposophy, to which we belong. As these thoughts
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    • There are many features in this legend which lead us a long way
    • and when it had culminated in the long summer days — then
    • long nights, in the season afterwards fixed by the Christmas
    • earth most completely. In the long Christmas winter night
    • midnight. The earth was then no longer a veil for the sun,
    • vision of the greatest importance: As long as the earth is
    • Full weary by a long and tiring journey,
    • And longing for a little food and drinking,
    • E'er long he nears through meadows dewy damp
    • He ponders long: What does this sign convey?
    • longer needs to reveal himself in an earthly body.”
    • Until, matured, too old to longer roam,
    • Along the path of life we walked together,
    • eldest of the Brothers living here, and belonging to the
    • Ere long the sufferers were strong and sound;
    • And brother Mark, with longing all aglow,
    • retains this image when, after long wanderings, Faust is
    • festivals, which have long ago become something external to
    • His soul is filled with longing for devotion,
    • Who haste along the paths between the trees.
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    • distant past when man required long epochs of time for his evolution
    • Spirits of the Earth. The Folk Spirits belong to the rank of the
    • continued long after the Greek civilization had begun, and that this
    • Spirits, who, in the hierarchy of higher Beings, belong to the
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    • him as long as he lives. It is united to his physical body and only
    • fundamental tone or quality which persists over long periods of time.
    • characteristics which belong to earlier stages. Throughout the
    • belong at the present time solely to the Spirits of Form who have
    • people. The prolonged effects of this concerted action could still be
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    • longer exist. Imagine the external world as non-existent and space a
    • upon those personalities of the folk belonging to him and who
    • to serve our purposes, so we, in our turn, in so far as we belong to
    • Spirits of Movement enter into the sphere belonging to the Spirits of
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    • body that normally belongs to the Old Moon epoch. And again the
    • life-periods is fundamentally an anticipation of much that belongs to
    • physical environment. In later times race was no longer associated
    • characteristics are no longer decisive factors as man moves westward
    • civilization becomes externalized; it is no longer vitalized by the
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    • describe objectively. So long as one has the slightest tendency to
    • folk characteristics which belong to a more distant epoch, in order
    • what Spiritual Science has long established and which even the
    • Moves his predestin'd course along.
    • wheel only when it is no longer working.
    • inner being of organic life. To this Hierarchy belongs, in the first
    • those Beings whom we have described as belonging to the Hierarchies
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    • us now continue along the line joining the centres or focal points
    • racial character of those races belonging to the Jupiter humanity.
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    • gradually developing, were for a long time simply under the direction
    • from West to East had long been under the guidance of Archangels when
    • on for a long time, whilst the people lying to the North of ancient
    • several peoples in Asia and Africa had long since risen to the rank
    • several peoples of Europe were for a long time still under the
    • peoples belonging to the Celtic Folk Spirit also inhabited an area
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch, long after one of the Archangels of the
    • whereas, in Asia and Africa the Archangels had long since advanced to
    • when the various elements intermingled. Thus, over a long period of
    • epoch who still directs us today. He belongs to the great leading
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    • evolution they had made great strides. Behind them lay a very long
    • which no longer showed any traces of that elementary stage in soul
    • development which still persisted for a long period of time in the
    • stage a long time before. They awoke to self-consciousness when they
    • their ego awoke, they were no longer dependent upon the ego in order
    • already shared in former times and who therefore were no longer of
    • They could attain to this vision because those who belonged to this
    • peoples belonging to the ancient Persian civilization were less
    • in them. The peoples belonging to the Persian communities awakened to
    • peoples still experienced was no longer directly experienced by the
    • than the immediate experiences of the present moment. It is no longer
    • so fresh, no longer so youthful; memory or recollection has sharper
    • an event which could no longer be grasped with the forces which the
    • Christ one needed faculties belonging to a less lofty station of the
    • in sound. He learned how to make use of it when he underwent a long
    • have a long ancestry, which he himself still sees as a working of the
    • have a long ancestry and the conceptions he thus acquires we
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    • ‘I’ within the human soul may exist for a long time
    • reached the full flowering of the subjective ‘I’ long
    • peoples developed the perception of the ‘I’ long before
    • picture. In the astral world around them they had long seen the ‘I’
    • would take too long to provide an epistemological proof of these
    • expressed in sculptural form. Greek mythology has no longer that
    • earliest impressions. The old clairvoyance which had long vanished in
    • for a long time there still existed the direct perception of the
    • Palestine where Christ was born, there existed only long-lost
    • lasted for three thousand years, when men could no longer see into
    • Nordic man, of necessity, felt this differently; for a longer period
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    • reflected in Eastern wisdom. The East, therefore, no longer
    • belonged to an integrated community. For this reason, nearly a
    • Central Europe as apparently belonging to separate tribes and yet as
    • members of an organism, and belonging to the unity of the organism.
    • was one people who, at its later stage, no longer possessed this
    • Then, turning eastward, it gradually cooled down. Long before the
    • and the union of both at a higher stage. As long as we have not
    • at the same time has remained so long in the germinal stage.
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    • long that it was still extant amongst the Southern Germanic peoples
    • Earth belongs to Riesenheim. We realize, therefore, that Nordic man
    • I have just said is a truth which has long been communicated to a
    • no longer avail. If the old forces were to persist, then the
    • essential element in the Christ-principle does not belong to the past
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    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • been taken along that golden middle road between ancient occultism
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • culture requires a sacrifice — they no longer feel that in
    • needed, for which we have had to wait a little longer — one
    • that along with material substance spiritual life is absorbed into
    • passages. You will calmly accept all the long passages necessitated
    • by the subject. Nothing is too long for us, nothing too undramatic,
    • never shrink from putting long passages which may seem tedious on the
    • catalogue of thanks for a long time. Lastly I might thank you all for
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    • vision which belongs to the very oldest endowment of wisdom of
    • and along with the sensible received the spiritual, he consciously
    • longer possessed a morality drawn from the activity of Nature within
    • morality upon men along with the forces of Nature; then the forces of
    • compact; it so transforms the astral body that it no longer develops
    • expressed by the pupil of Spiritual Science, who no longer speaks in
    • represented in the emblem of the torch. Thus long ago I said in
    • Christ even when He no longer walks among men in a physical body,
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    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • Spirit, and at the same time the longing to resolve it, is discharged
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • that the longing to resolve this opposition is very widely felt. It
    • longer experiences what I have so far only been able to put before
    • human organism. He no longer experiences the important fact that what
    • the rainbow. So long as it cannot be explained it is as much a wonder
    • not been mentioned as belonging to the other two bodies. Everything
    • us and then disappears, belongs to the astral body; every habitual,
    • in the soul, belongs to the ether body. And for everything which is
    • faculties. But in this case one can no longer properly speak of a
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    • all to direct humanity along the straight line of evolution, to
    • not only those Beings who guide evolution along its line of direct
    • of spiritual leadership dominate it. So long as we cannot distinguish
    • between them, and so long as we fanatically uphold one or the other
    • longing towards the cast-off husk at the death of the Earth. This
    • Christ and those belonging to Him, but all other Beings, cease to
    • death of the Earth all those souls who belong to the Christ will in
    • perpetual longing for that star which, as the husk of the Earth,
    • longing towards the star formed of earthly dross, and not only would
    • they admire it, but longingly they would say: ‘That is our
    • the guidance of humanity, but always with this tragic longing for a
    • evolution with the perpetual longing within him for his true home,
    • Lucifer's tragic longing, like a wonderful cosmic nostalgia,
    • which Lucifer's longings perpetually tend’.
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • from the Earth to Venus. This longing which the Greek soul recognised
    • as being Lucifer's, he also felt to belong to the substance of
    • a part of the human soul through the obliteration of the longing for
    • admittedly be a certain longing and even a certain union with what as
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    • belonging.
    • Elohim, that Jahve, belonged to the gods who could not be directly
    • with forces which still belong to the material world, will inevitably
    • evolution. To the ancient Hebrews, no longer to be permeated by the
    • In that book we come to recognise that as long as the clairvoyant, or so
    • long as human beings in general, could think of this soul as confined to
    • longer astonish you if you observe the ordinary man of today. At
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • they no longer needed to be like Cecrops, Theseus and Cadmus, in whom
    • the hierarchy to which Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto belonged there was no
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • said to himself, ‘Our Earth can no longer maintain such an
    • gone, they belong to the past. Since then this ego-consciousness has
    • belongs to the category of those Luciferic beings who labour to bring
    • there can be no jealousy. Hera belongs to those gods who further
    • its shell to belong to it, but further than this the human ego would
    • had assumed intellectual form, this later consciousness, no longer
    • although man can no longer, like Dionysos Zagreus, live in objects
    • reproductive instinct, which as such belongs entirely to the category
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    • but so long as he does not utter the lie so that it passes over into
    • ego which we perceive with our physical powers of knowledge belongs
    • belongs to any other world than the physical. If anyone were to
    • faculties, as belonging to any other world than that of the physical
    • psychology and ordinary science speak as belonging to anything but
    • no longer one in which they did not see their physical bodies, but on
    • formerly belonged, denser matter than had been theirs formerly had
    • his ego is taken into account, he does not belong. No more striking
    • present Earth conditions such human forms can of course no longer
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    • easily see why this is. So long as philosophy — the ordinary
    • anything other than the things belonging to the outside world. Those
    • of common sense, but that we should take our common sense along with
    • endure today. You could describe it like this. As long as it is only
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • which belong together. The younger Dionysos, who, I told you, allowed
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    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • longer physical, everything had been taken up into the spirit again;
    • his natural propensities, are carried along in the etheric stream
    • with desires, longings, sympathies and antipathies, emotions and
    • necessary for something to be instilled into what through the long
    • Baptism by John in the Jordan had been preceded by a long preparation
    • could describe it as the culmination of a long process. The upper
    • developed which in the long run were only able to live in these finer
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    • belong to the sub-earthly current to which I referred yesterday.
    • we have around us and which belong to the category of the ruminants
    • active. They are the creatures belonging to the bird kingdom. Our
    • consider the totally different world of the birds, you will not long
    • they are no longer to be distinguished.
    • human organisation to which normal human consciousness no longer
    • ask why the human being no longer sees or feels anything at all of
    • being no longer at his disposal. But if by means of the esotericism
    • emerged in our time because the materialistic mind is no longer aware
    • olden times, though not so very long ago, the colours of these auras
    • steps in order to get to know him in his fulness, and no longer as a
    • it may be only after a long time that spiritual revelation gives to
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    • described gives rise to an attempt to penetrate along the esoteric
    • world’, along the lines of abstract science, finds himself at
    • which is still possible in childhood though no longer so in later
    • stronger and stronger, then we can perhaps make progress along one or
    • thought-out cosmology leads to something which no longer has any real
    • content. There this old atomic theory has no longer any validity
    • longer in the presence of abstract thoughts, but of cosmic thoughts,
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    • figures of his pictures. What Homer created long ages before the appearance
    • human spirit undergoes an inward deepening and is no longer able to
    • the existence of cyclic laws holding sway along the path to the spirit,
    • disloyalty at the figure who had for so long inspired them. Only in a very
    • day long I had roamed over the heights of the Gotthard, through the
    • to a hoary antiquity. There is no longer any need for speculation. A
    • of Greek culture which had for long centuries been buried under ruins
    • through this inward deepening and whose souls have long lived apart
    • that had long been buried under ruins and debris. We see in Rome with
    • of a longing to tread this Earth once more in order to see what has
    • the outer work and that those ofttimes repaired frescoes can no longer
    • We realize that at some future time men will no longer be able to gaze
    • higher spiritual faculties, we are no longer able to enter fully into
    • exist no longer; yet in spite of this Homer speaks to us through his
    • time must come when Raphael's work will have long since faded and passed
    • really wished to say: “Men will always long to understand Raphael,
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    • for a long time.
    • in “clever Hans” for quite a long while, this interest should
    • no longer admit, for philologists have already entirely forgotten the
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • belong to the human kingdom; how the whole way through the Iliad he
    • work acts, absolutely from personal motives for a long time, so important
    • Agamemnon belonged. Thus he considers that there is a certain uniformity
    • us that in Brunnhilde is meant something which belongs directly to the
    • — belongs to the whole; and because this ending is there, the
    • was not separated into imagination and intellect; we ought no longer
    • one belonging to the ancient humanity who lived in a time which lies
    • longer see by means of our physical body, we no longer hear through
    • our physical body, we no longer think by means of the brain connected
    • be belong in a certain measure to the earthly element. In this way we
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • of the forces of the earth, and from that which does not belong to the
    • to me who only learnt to understand Kalevala long, long after these
    • in the forces of the Sampo, in the forces of the etheric body. As long
    • as the culture depends upon the forces of the Sampo, so long does the
    • preceded this conclusion belongs to pre-Christian times. But as truly
    • means something which belongs to that part of the human being which
    • tears of bitter longing and suffering wove its strings.”
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    • the flea that it belonged to a collar-bone, still less that it was
    • our head belonged only to the Earth, especially in winter-time, our
    • into the picture. Then we should have to do no longer with the
    • just been describing no longer holds good to-day, for in a certain
    • Hence the new-born infant did not at first belong to the Earth at
    • longer had the right to destroy it. It would then have to remain an
    • the human head belongs.
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    • outer nature these hopes are shattered, but the Ahrimanic beings long
    • longer be able to breathe. The Luciferic beings would draw up all
    • threatening Ahrimanic influence belongs to the inner being of the
    • Raphael with the staff of Mercury and all that belongs to it. In
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    • come to the time of sprouting, springing life, we can no longer speak
    • feel a deep longing to
    • longer sundered from the world around him, but placed within it,
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    • something like a fiery serpent, a serpent of shining fire, no longer
    • longer wait; another, a shorter one.
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    • living for a long time in an unusual state of
    • seemed to the Apostles as if they had been living for a long
    • experience of things belonging to the world of pure
    • certain form of cosmic-spiritual life belonging to the
    • truth, an experience that crystallised out of the long sleep.
    • Beings belonged together: the Risen One and He with whom, a
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    • the Christ Being did not belong to the earthly sphere. From
    • people to which he belonged was conferred upon him. In the
    • had belonged to the souls of the ancient Sun-Heroes. The
    • spirit and can no longer suffer because he has laid aside the
    • which He had made Himself one, the Christ Being could no longer
    • the Christ Being no longer spoke from the frail body of Jesus
    • Being, no longer stood in astonishment around Him but stood
    • progress along their path of evolution and of culture.
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    • longer; but what still speaks” ... and many of the
    • of the Fifth Gospel something that does not actually belong to
    • ancient Hebrew teachers would speak no longer in the stream of
    • him the following: “I no longer reach to those heights
    • seemed to be declaring to him that it could no longer continue
    • the ancient revelations, that it was no longer capable of
    • no longer the capacity to scale the heights of the Divine
    • long ago forsaken this place of worship. And Jesus heard the
    • Everything belonged to all the Essenes in common; no individual
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    • the amalgamation of the two families had for long years been
    • men would have listened to them but there are no longer any
    • revelation of ancient Judaism is no longer suitable for the
    • could no longer assimilate. And then he made the second
    • revived, there are no longer any to respond. Those things are
    • men are no longer able to live in communion with the Mysteries,
    • before His twelfth year. He felt no longer any connection with
    • were no longer any ears to hear the voices of the old prophets.
    • that they had no longer any ears capable of listening to the
    • had more and more to become one with it. And the longer His
    • a long time that the teaching I give is tainted by every kind
    • mystery of the two Jesus children — which also belongs to
    • in daemons; one cannot any longer expect people to believe in
    • clothes belong to this particular man. A little later, such a
    • he comes out in the clothes belonging to the other. And now
    • minutely and I know that they belong to so-and-so who is a
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    • already a considerable number of souls belonging to us, who have gone
    • physical world belongs already to the spiritual world. For those who
    • can no longer be connected in the external realm of manifestation,
    • aroused furious anger in us, and if when we are old we no longer grow
    • which have developed over the longest period, which were prepared by
    • it more perfect than other organs, for it has needed longer for its
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • us, or at least belongs to the most spiritual, for the organs are
    • strength is no longer used upon the physical organ. We are there more
    • ethereal hearts belong, are not so perfect as those which serve
    • call Wisdom a virtue, which belongs to man as a spiritual being,
    • physical plane we do not yet have the attitude which belongs to our
    • life we lose these forces. They no longer appear. There is nothing
    • uprightness as children is no longer done by us in later life.
    • belonged to the divine world, they would cast over to Lucifer through
    • brotherhood with those as well who no longer bear a physical body
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • quite different. I mean the function it long ago assumed
    • comprehending realities. Within science, it is no longer
    • if it endures long enough, exerts an influence right down to
    • thinking and freedom that I have described. It is no longer
    • scientific education, can we penetrate further along the path
    • Yet, although many souls already unconsciously long for it, the
    • no longer realize how much of what has emerged historically in
    • experience all this from a certain elevation, we no longer know
    • say was accepted as knowledge. Nowadays, this no longer suits
    • processes and needs, so that the human body no longer
    • if one no longer suited to our age.
    • thought for longish periods. We perform, in the realm of the
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • space. For vital thinking, space is no longer an aimless
    • nature.” So long as our vital thinking does not pass on
    • clairvoyant arts, which belong to the past. With it, we can
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    • — and in this respect psychology has a long history
    • acquired via the body. It all belongs to a sphere which, at
    • one person years, another not so long; but each can note, as he
    • himself, out of his innermost longings, directs his steps and
    • longings of the soul, we must follow it back. And when we do
    • prepared the longings that appear in the present and
    • that, albeit entirely unconsciously, the longing for such a
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    • carry us a long way, yet to the unprejudiced observer
    • world, which we no longer perceive when we go away from it. In
    • dwell continuously over a long period on the same concepts from
    • two were felt as a unity, and thought flowed along on the waves
    • science, for example, that was produced in Greece no longer
    • space and time. It belongs to eternity; admittedly, it is
    • of religion, art and science; what really belongs to our moment
    • what was Goethe's great longing when, with what I would call
    • him a longing that can only be understood historically: the
    • entirely characteristic of the longing that instinctively
    • longing to combine art and science, to combine Western
    • expresses a longing, the longing to look at art and science
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    • respect we ourselves belong in many ways to the West. Here, we
    • This harmony is possible; though no longer consonant with our
    • this stage, we need no longer be frightened even by
    • arise social longings and also social conflicts. Anyone who has
    • I was for some long time a teacher in Socialist circles. My
    • ideas and concepts, unconscious longings too, a word that we
    • outlook diametrically opposed to that which long ruled the
    • Life is suffering, we long for redemption. Western men, in
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    • and has been for a long time. We can say that the opinions of
    • individual, whatever realm of nature it may belong to, as
    • it gets the right temper precisely through the fact that, along
    • understood this aspect of man, people will no longer accuse us
    • to apprehending them. There is a longing to follow up certain
    • — the thoughts that lie along these lines will develop
    • more and belong to the world. And finally, everyone can
    • ideals, are buried alongside what was the material substance of
    • space.” This is true, so long as we are standing on the
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    • form no longer appropriate to the present time, in earlier
    • a tremendously long way towards developing their intercourse,
    • so long as they do not realize that the naive experience that
    • solidify within us along lines which eventually result in this
    • to puberty — in which it is called upon no longer to
    • incredibly long way. What we have achieved there, we, the men
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • consequences of something that has long been brewing —
    • which has set the tone in certain respects for so long in
    • belongs to one of these systems. And he regards his personal
    • that its origin is only dimly visible. What originated long ago
    • Oriental society had already developed. No longer was a
    • longed to achieve their outlook in his own experience. The
    • other cultural currents, evolve along their own lines, until
    • commerce really develops alongside the legal element. For
    • are longing to begin to permeate economic life with the vital
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    • a man, moreover, who belonged to a period for which such an
    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • civilization, one to which many Europeans, even, long to
    • is no longer overcome by fear when he has to go outside himself
    • the Middle Ages and even survived here for a long period. The
    • appearance along with technology, on the other hand, impinges
    • trivial no longer when it provides the motive power for
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 9: Prospects of its Solution (Europe-America)
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    • a long time, the view has been widespread that the man who is a
    • really like there. In short, there have long been efforts to
    • a long time now there have been laudable attempts to establish
    • the masses. People long, more or less unconsciously, for
    • there exists today a certain longing to regard man as a being
    • his work on to himself. Everywhere he longs to attain an
    • property and does not belong to our human personality, but
    • the appropriate social structures. How long this will take
    • not to calculate how long it may take for men to reach these
    • the man whose intellect has not been taught to run along a few
    • circumstances have led him, and on the church he belongs
    • philosophy of life, then the Oriental will no longer look down
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    • would no longer be felt by many people to be oppressive, as
    • alongside the prejudices, feelings and impulses of class
    • arisen in the recent development of civilized man, alongside
    • alongside the constructive ones. Yet at the point where these
    • was no longer possible to attain clarity about the real
    • — but as a social being, alongside other men — so
    • first-rate things. I am convinced that, so long as they are
    • authorities who were no longer administering them properly. You
    • and gradually to allocate to each field what belongs to it, so
    • the fact that, after all, every individual belongs to all three
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • for the transformation of the present age, belongs an ever wider and
    • fluidity found therein. You would inwardly experience yourself, along with
    • perceive what might be perceived along the path of the nerves and of the
    • arise; and that which is conducted along the path of the nerves is also
    • that a man appeared, who was in the position not merely to follow along
    • It is in this way those forms arise which belong to the old clairvoyance.
    • pass when the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body. Sleeping
    • sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These longings increase
    • his physical body. The longing for one's physical body becomes ever
    • greater and greater in the state of sleep. And because longing fills
    • in this people. They were seized by such longing, filled with such love,
    • with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was because of
    • recognised to-day, because people can no longer understand what they
    • is not recognized today, because people can no longer understand what
    • that portion of mankind to which our body belongs. Both are stages of
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his physical
    • When man no longer finds
    • inward enjoyments along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • clairvoyance, we no longer grasp a part of human nature, but
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    • transformation of the present age belongs an ever wider and more
    • inwardly experience yourself, along with the activity of blood and
    • But we cannot perceive what else might have been perceived along
    • is conducted along the path of the nerves is also reflected and
    • appeared who was in a position not merely to follow along the path
    • arose that belong to the old clairvoyance. For what is reflected
    • the keenest epicures, those who have the greatest longing for
    • asleep till waking in a state of longing for his physical body.
    • begins to sleep, develops longings for his physical body. These
    • longings increase until a climax is reached when he is forced back
    • more and more towards his physical body. The longing for ones
    • sleep. And because longing fills the ego and astral body like a
    • longing, filled with such love, that they remained united even in
    • sleep with the blood of the people to whom they belonged. It was
    • can no longer understand what they read of pythic and prophetic
    • body belongs. The earlier forms are stages of development which
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his
    • When man no longer finds inward
    • enjoyment along the paths which lead to his senses, or penetrates
    • In this spiritual scientific clairvoyance, we no longer grasp only a
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • with matter. And the blind alley into which one may stray along
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer bear this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer wanted to
    • Saint Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
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    • future that he has closed his ears too long to what was
    • long as this is not the case, people in this realm will be
    • will realize that some self-knowledge also belongs in these
    • man of today can no longer estimate. They labored willingly.
    • offering—and no longer self-interest—so that what
    • there. Then one will have to wait a long time, and what must
    • long as governments are continually just and continually
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    • development which, some of us for a long time already, and some
    • longing of our movement to build its own sanctuary arose
    • form and works of art. We no longer see the soul's urge to
    • longer see the soul directly expressing its experiences when it
    • of life no longer filled with its own true inwardness. We enter
    • many a church building whose pillars we no longer understand
    • elementary power has vanished. Here we go along colonnades
    • was not a long way from this to the path which led to the
    • building. The old impulses can no longer be brought to that
    • signs of longings.
    • longings which could actually be satisfied within them if they
    • times. What longings are voiced in words like these of a simple
    • us go out to meet the longings, and find the way to those whose
    • Vision,” in which we see longing, inclining towards the
    • Their longings get no farther. But these longings are sometimes
    • everywhere we should see that there are longings to be
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    • says: ‘For a long time, although from a distance, I have
    • longing to see the figure of Jesus in their immediate presence, as
    • Now one might believe that in these things Goethe belonged
    • Disciples, just as if they belonged to the company.’ —
    • being comes along to them — the Green Snake, who crawls in
    • to satisfy his longing for the Beautiful Lily, but we see that she
    • also feels a longing: she feels herself cut off from all living
    • calm his longing by embracing the Lily and thereby he is killed.
    • To this period belongs the production of a work, the fruit
    • necessity of reason is no longer felt as compelling, then a man
    • fruitful, because he has so much that belongs to all time in his
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    • on those men whom one reckons as belonging to primitive races in the
    • but only a wisdom and truth belonging to a given stage of evolution.
    • the world around him. Goethe stood completely and all his life long,
    • you know that this belongs to Wundt's system of philosophy, which
    • Goethe belongs to those people who reject the principle most
    • thought to such a point that we no longer think personally, but let
    • things to the feelings has no longer any say, to the Personal, or to
    • recognize the essence along these lines. But for the man who says to
    • from the three Kings separately, so that they are no longer
    • on the contrary, rules over them. Man is ruled by them as long as
    • they flow chaotically and intermingled in him, as long as they are
    • no longer the subject of Chaos, but on the contrary himself controls
    • Brazen King; Concepts and Feelings no longer govern him, for he
    • The moment his soul-powers are no longer chaotic, but are purified,
    • longing for these creative forces is the longing for the Beautiful
    • lower soul-power than in clear consciousness, belongs to this second
    • ‘And so long thou hast not this, Death and Birth!
    • the essence of things, when you no longer live in the illusion that,
    • longer regards things by means of thought, but is directed into the
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    • barely one year longer — in that he should have
    • longing lying deep in his soul and inner life which had become
    • a world which had long become rooted within him. A world of which
    • these different writers no longer really understood the
    • say to himself, I have had one moment when my longing after the
    • soul so long before. From this point of view we cannot look too
    • belongs to the whole earth — just as each human soul and
    • traditions of Faust no longer distinguished properly between the
    • the sixteenth century there was no longer a clear idea of these
    • forms. Men no longer knew how to distinguish between Lucifer and
    • the spiritual world Goethe at that time did not know. He was a long
    • longer the same Goethe who was full of an abstract longing, but is
    • existence step by step along the road by which he hopes to discover
    • people an abstract longing will lead to
    • until after long years the seed grows, are unable to see the way
    • that comprehensive survey which bids him no longer abide with his
    • inner forces, even if that means waiting a very long time!’
    • waited so long that the friends who had taken such a vivid interest
    • No longer did it matter to those who in youth had felt with
    • The ‘Helena scene’ also belongs to the first
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    •  Enjoy what long ere this was dissipated!
    • truly initiated. The things ‘long ere this
    • long ere this was dissipated’ does exist — into
    • arising from it, any longer exist. This is apparently to say
    • Helena, from the realm of things ‘long ere this
    • life, is able to experience harmony with what is ‘long ere
    • ‘Euphorion’ put in traits which belong to Byron, whom
    • believe that anything of this world could still belong to his
    • emerges which belongs to the experiences of the Way of
    • Initiation. Along the Way of Initiation there is a secret
    • long, self-denying path into the spiritual world, egoism must
    • Now Faust's soul belongs to that world over which Care and
    • for a long time yet be far from an understanding of Goethe's
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    • How has it come about through the long course of evolution?’
    • let us jump a long way back in human evolution, and consider
    • no longer so conscious of the fact. For an ancient Oriental
    • long time such a thing has not been necessary, and if to-day
    • For there is a subtle relation to a thing belonging so
    • an extreme longing to bring everything into rhythm; for in this
    • to-day, — temporal memory, when we no longer have
    • a point in space to which memory attaches, nor are any longer
    • longer needing to make use of semi-conscious or unconscious
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    • lives in the whole planetary system belonging to the Earth.
    • waking-dreaming, dreaming-waking. As long as he went about with
    • that such conquest was willed of the Gods. The longing for
    • slaves and the longing for unconsciousness was quenched in his
    • Initiates they learned to know, no longer the grey-green
    • the Greek we find, not a longing for a reflective
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    • the man of long past times was different in the whole
    • physical bears within it, along with the etheric body, a much
    • in the Epic — there lived a man who belonged to the conquering
    • etheric, so that Gilgamesh was one of those who began no longer
    • along with this condition of soul, where the Ego has drawn down
    • him habits belonging to the past; and especially the habit of
    • have to do with one who had remained comparatively long in
    • an intensely strong part in his life. His whole longing was set
    • on Earth as Spiritual Beings, had long ago withdrawn and
    • good deal of contention as to whether it should belong to
    • changed form, as must of necessity be the case after so long a
    • travelled along the Danube, following the river on its northern
    • what we call earthly. Men felt they belonged to the Earth. They
    • the following effect. The pupil no longer merely looked out
    • intense capacity for feeling and experiencing all that belongs
  • 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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    • himself as member of the whole Cosmos, as belonging to the
    • from the human being, it is no longer a finger, it begins to
    • consciousness of belonging to the whole Cosmos.
    • remained on for a long time. This was the case with the
    • for a long time. They were still there at the time of the
    • yourselves have held for a long time; you know this quite well.
    • man has the air-rhythms when he speaks. But along with his
    • Gilgamesh to you, you must think of him — as long as he
    • experience of how the Ether does not really belong to the
    • Alexander. It was a teaching that belonged entirely to inner
    • — that is no longer experienced.
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    • of Earth existence. But as long as I bore the plants within me,
    • and the plant-world with it, so long was this whole plant-world
    • but phantoms none the less; no longer the Divine Beings, no
    • longer the Realities, but phantoms. And so the Greek had a
    • wholly different experience from the man who belonged to the
    • experiences, no longer the experiences themselves.
    • Moon; no longer a living connection with what actually took
    • remained longest. The Mysteries of Hibernia still existed,
    • albeit they continued longest in their original purity.
    • the lower world, when human consciousness could no longer
    • Nevertheless, as long as Greek culture and civilisation lasted,
    • you must imagine how the knowledge that belonged to the ancient
    • return. Its monumental document, with all that belonged to it,
    • was no longer there. It existed only as a historical mission in
    • and studied for a long time to come. What Alexander began in
    • can look South, as we go back along the stream of evolution; we
    • no longer needed to wait for the constellations of the stars or
  • 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
    • no longer the force of knowledge. And what is more, he belongs
    • to a world where men are no longer able to grasp in their soul
    • condition of ripeness and no longer to observe seasons and
    • longing of man to partake, even in that late age, in the
    • personal life. With the man who belonged, for instance, to the
    • of modern times. Here there is no longer a memory of the cosmic
    • abstractions. We have reached a time when mankind has no longer
    • The Earth is no longer Asia, the lowest of the Heavens, the
    • the spirit, is no longer perceived by man, it is merely handed
    • much of medieval thought and insight. Long ago, through the
    • in the 19th century, when men could no longer understand
    • about that men no longer receive anything from Aristotle
    • because he no longer lives and works in them. Until the 19th
    • them, because it was no longer the custom to set any store by
    • long as the genuine Aristotle was still there, it was training,
    • have died away; to-day they are gone, they are no longer to be
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • kingdoms of Nature. In modern times however there is no longer
    • lived, who belonged to medieval times, — to the 9th,
    • albumen is no longer subject to the Earth. So long as the
    • cohesion, so long is it subject to the forces that work from
    • with as a substance present in the physical Earth. So long as
    • When we follow up the matter, we find that long ago at a
    • place long ago in the macrocosm.
    • in Nature and her processes. Once, long ago, science was
    • two things that belong to one another: the ego-organisation,
    • them, then it must no longer simply spread in this way; then
    • mineral of external Nature. So long as we are alive on the
    • Earth, and have the mineral enclosed in our skin, so long does
    • water inside me is no longer the same as the water outside. It
    • drink becomes in me living fluid and is no longer the inorganic
  • Title: World History: Lecture VIII: The Burning of the Ephesian Temple and the Goetheanum
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    • form that belongs to a more modern age — how the Wisdom
    • keep the form which belongs to its own being. Your physical
    • To Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones belongs the form and figure
    • physical body of yours belong. The Earth can destroy it, but
    • substance of a prolonged instruction given by that master in
    • of ours. Now it is true that for a long time after man has
    • belong to the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. In so far as you
    • belong to the Spirits whom we designated as those of the second
    • you live and move in the fluid element, you belong not to the
    • the airy element, you belong not to the Earth but to the
    • measure, he no longer felt that he belonged to the Earth. He
    • of the later centuries. It is no longer present in our
    • longing arises in our hearts. From out of the spiritual
    • third of the nineteenth century, is born a longing to speak to
    • their way, a way that is no longer fully understood by mankind
    • renewed. It is no longer standing. The same call can, however,
    • longer there. Let us carry over the soul of the
    • as long as we are able, we will hold to it with our will,
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    • civilisation were to remain long enough under the sway of what
    • has for so long been cultivated, but real life does not allow
    • can be observed, one is accompanied by a human being belonging
    • you may not enter the world of the Gods as long as you hold
    • saying that it is no longer possible to-day for bridges to be
    • individual who becomes a doctor to-day really longs for
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    • that many people do not know that their soul-longing is for
    • People today long for real knowledge-concepts about the
    • belonging to this reality.
    • longer present, though it once was, but whereby he depicts
    • in the human life, but is no longer present, so we now learn
    • the memory-tableau it would be rather his longing to be in
    • etheric world along with himself, then he can rise to another
    • different. And if one succeeds, again through long
    • practice — but these exercises can be done along
    • etheric being, he will no longer hold firmly to this ego. He
    • earth-life. As long as he was still beholding the life-tableau,
    • long it was before the Copernican world-view was
    • may declaim as long as they please about the need to be logical
    • also when, after years of longing, he reached Italy and
    • which knows that a longing for the unveiling of the
    • is to a certain extent — can no longer be satisfied with
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    • by his Angel, that Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • feeling, of belonging to the entire earthly humanity, for it
    • ourselves above the deception which belongs to the working of our
    • flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the external
    • and when that which to-day is Nature no longer exists, then another
    • dream-ideal will no longer be there, it will have been
    • longer the case! Not through the Mystery of Golgotha, for that was
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times; but
    • along many different paths according to the nature of his idea of
    • the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer permeates it. Hence,
    • that Spiritualism can develop alongside it, for in Augusts Comte
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    • belong to this world, this budding and sprouting world, we
    • begin to disintegrate. As long as there is budding and
    • along by what is received through anthroposophical concepts
    • no longer the feeling Goethe expressed when he said:
    • the mysterious laws of nature. Today there is no longer any
    • people are no longer aware that they are sinning against the
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    • something which you have all known fundamentally for a long
    • experience of three worlds. In reality, we already belong to
    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • formative forces, belong to suite another world from that of
    • formative forces of everything belonging to our heart,
    • belonged to quite another world than the formative forces of
    • legs belong to quite another world than the two other members
    • breast-clairvoyance — develops along with
    • when for a long, long time he has taken the trouble to
    • aware of this general experience for a long time, and has
    • how much belongs necessarily to our gaining a really right
    • everything which is found along the path of clairvoyance, is
    • free in this manner, our thoughts have no longer the
    • thought is no longer in our power; we put it out, like a
    • stretch it into the spiritual world, we no longer experience
    • to resist any longer, but to have the courage to accept
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    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • something that is incorrect, he will no longer say: “I
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • longer taste good to those who have received anthroposophical
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
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    • be suffered for an even longer period of time by young people
    • awaken a longing in him whenever he had heard about them.
    • for which he longed.
    • somewhat the appearance of a priest, but who wore his long
    • the earth, belongs among the finest descriptions of occult
    • Herder to all that belongs to the life of nature and history,
    • this. And thus, a profound longing to perceive “every working
    • along with all that he otherwise experienced there.
    • endless illness” dragged along their weary way. Even in later
    • longed. Someone takes a walk in the forest; he then returns
    • longer suppress his yearning to go to Italy. So in the late
    • entered into situations that he had longed for and cherished
    • of Schiller belong among mankind's most cultivated
    • speaking about him, for many this Goethe period belongs to the
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    • principle altogether. Certain uncivilized people belonging to
    • as it were. He sustained himself as long as possible only by
    • he lived to an advanced age. What enabled him to live so long?
    • after this illness, he no longer had that closely knit
    • etheric body is no longer so intimately united with the
    • physical body, however, it no longer thrusts its forces into
    • So long as we merely consider the external biographical facts
    • sixties in Leipzig, but its force had been prepared long before
    • Long afterward he related how he then encountered himself,
    • Aeschylus no longer exist. Poets lived in Greek times whose
    • names are not even known any longer. Are not the times past
    • ninety-one. His relatives had had to wait so long for their
    • feeble-minded and could no longer manage his property. He had
    • it will cause one who beholds it to linger long in an attitude of
    • longer possible. He needed something like a damper, a partial
    • woven together that belong to the present incarnation and also
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    • does not belong to the head but to other parts of his
    • that belong to the ganglionic system [autonomic nervous
    • man has passed through longer or shorter stages beginning with
    • world. It is a member of it and belongs to it. If, therefore,
    • on horses and the Frankfurt ape, along with much else because
    • When, therefore, the dog, for example, has long been treated
    • see, not only the phenomenon, but also its explanation has long
    • worked for a long time in his physiological laboratory
    • qualities that, along with instinctive behavior, have been
    • only when we are no longer limited to the idea that wisdom has
    • into consideration, you will no longer find incomprehensible
    • Along
    • Faustian life within them so that they no longer possessed it.
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    • fact that each person belonged to a certain class into which he
    • of man's freedom much that at present belongs there. To be
    • life. In our times, this is no longer the case for much of
    • contemporary and what existed not too long ago. What has
    • increases in this sphere. So long as the elemental spirit that
    • sufficed to some extent. Today they are no longer sufficient,
    • sense, so long as what arose from human work bore the aura of
    • longer be produced with special and absolutely necessary
    • the fact that individuals can no longer unite their emotions
    • future it will no longer be possible for people to bestow the
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    • as it has developed. To be sure, it is no longer supposed that
    • concerned, the matter is long forgotten; but what is forgotten
    • longer in dispute, but because people who cannot understand
    • consciously during our waking life belongs largely to the
    • of forces and the human being insofar as his life flows along
    • our life — this belongs to another field — but throughout our
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    • sure, the boys learned to get along in Latin and later in the
    • seen a map until they were fairly well along in years. Many
    • of mechanism, as a mechanistic culture, belongs absolutely and
    • may be extended over a longer period of time. Indeed, life
    • longer had any use for this man, a person not only diligent but
    • also get along with this actress?” “Oh, if that's all that's
    • get along with her. Can you tell me what she likes to eat?”
    • am speaking is no longer alive — he produced a very
    • previously described. For a number of years he belonged to the
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    • time of birth, a longer period of time stretches out before us
    • believes along with others that he would be impelled to enter
    • following period, however, the impulses no longer work into us,
    • no longer impress gestures on us, but guide us on the way to a
    • something felt and to a certain extent known for a long time
    • carried so far that no one will any longer believe in anything
    • belonging to another, a super-sensible, world. It will be said
    • especially by those who belong to the occult brotherhoods I
    • work. He can no longer exert an influence when people begin to
    • satisfaction of certain mystical longings are easily
    • shall naturally not do — when she was born, how long she has
    • produced along with such expressions as “unfathomable,” and
    • who belongs to an occult brotherhood, and pointed out the
    • also belongs among the various things that stupefy people. Much
    • Society worked in a city belonging to the section of which I
    • best along with sandwiches. “But the lectures (and she said
    • has most recently done, and to write long articles about the
    • since Europeans no longer know what to do?
    • movement to grasp the inner impulse of the soul and not belong
    • vocation, then this also belongs to the discussion.
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    • himself through his accomplishments, he no longer felt entirely
    • have here as long as I am compelled to obtain the support of my
    • general community is not customary. As long as I am able to
    • lessons. I have a far greater longing for more free time than
    • some princes behave in the long run, and he had experienced the
    • after fifty years such families may no longer exist.
    • see the horrible thing that this city was, and it no longer
    • longer exists. The certainty of this, and it seemed certain to
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    • human relationships over long stretches of time. Then, if we
    • to hear it. As long as the mysteries existed in the ancient
    • seriously even by those who belong to so-called occult
    • along with others we have already mentioned, we must say that,
    • have conventional signs. We can no longer go to the human being
    • longer be done today; words have lost their ancient suggestive
    • Mystery of Golgotha, words no longer possess this significance;
    • described. In later times this power was no longer present. But
    • the world had long been held, which I have characterized as
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    • in time and space belongs to the realm of maya, the great
    • illusion; that is, it does not belong to the real and eternal,
    • significant contradiction that the Mystery of Golgotha belongs
    • were no longer able to look up to the spiritual world as they
    • superficial contemporary science, that those belonging to them
    • ancestor appeared belonged together in a single ancestral cult.
    • on earth, the memory of his etheric body continued for a long
    • particularly with those belonging to the hierarchy of the
    • far that they now no longer prayed to archai, archangels, or
    • but when we are most of all aware that the Christ belongs to
    • world of the senses; then he stands before us as belonging to
    • higher spirits no longer belonging to the earthly or even
    • from one another fall away, and something belonging to all men
    • only possible so long as the human being had not developed his
    • Golgotha. Then it no longer sufficed merely to place in the
    • we belong to the earth. The deeper understanding of the Christ
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • life. Let us suppose that in his last life he belonged to a
    • belong to this nation in his physical body, but a force
    • belonging to an entirely different nation takes possession of
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    • flock — no longer now his flock — for he has no wish
    • being incontestable belong to all that must be most
    • when this is no longer there — when the Venus age has
    • with the Venus existence. What will last longer than that has
    • we must recognise the Christ who belongs to the cosmos beyond
    • the path to Him — it was a long path of martyrdom.
    • belong sin and redemption, in short, the religious
    • Having completed their work they no longer are there. Through
    • the coming into existence of their images they are no longer
    • figure is breast and breathing and everything belonging to
    • are still together. This belongs to the third diagram. And
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    • be drawn out longwise. With the head part, with what is here
    • third man of the limb-system, to which sex man belongs, there
    • belongs to the breast man. Thus the partition in reality is
    • belong more to the lower part of the thorax you have a
    • from day, belongs to the other senses.
    • that is happening now in the social, historical life. So long
    • as opposites they are polaric opposites belonging to one
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    • questions belong those, for instance, raised in the course of
    • empty space is less than just emptiness you will no longer
    • draw the single elongation only where the brain is concerned
    • lilac), here another region blue); thus all this would belong
    • (yellow) — in reality all this belongs to man — and
    • since we go back — it is true a long way back — to
    • longer. Everything now becomes quite abstract with the
    • scientist has still the same figure but no longer has the
    • I have always been against drawing diagrams so long as we
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    • who owned 30 banks and over 30 long lines of rail, besides a
    • take a large enough area and a long enough period of time,
    • for, so long as he gets his money; money is abstract in
    • will no longer be increasing the amount of unnecessary work;
    • what a long time was needed for deliberation, as late as
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    • longer hope for much to-day. To-day we should after all be
    • not long ago, to talk with a thoroughly practical business
    • Social Question. So long as this is people's attitude of
    • for a long while has been in opposition; — take for
    • that amongst the leading classes for a very long time past
    • reason, — that people have so long had a tendency to
    • long as we are not in a position, (with all due politeness,
    • of course, for the individual instance!), — so long as
    • use. But the people, who no longer have even a sense of their
    • masses and those other people, whose special task for long
    • we have this new spiritual life, — when we no longer
    • churches were none of them there, not so very long ago. In
    • is simply too late to-day. By the paths along which we
    • it. So long as the technical experts, so long as all these
    • ‘Nothing we can say has any sense, so long as we still
    • be fully aware, that so long as one is living in a spiritual
    • have no sense, — that, so long as this is the case, one
    • further, so long as, even in our own circles, people discuss
    • longer exist; they only exist any longer as lies and phrases,
    • this direction belong, after all, not to the present day, but
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    • intimately they belong together and how it is hardly possible
    • that my eyes are no longer drawn toward the book I can hear
    • audible, for it is a long way off, the sound of a barrel organ,
    • know that they are dealing with something that belongs to a
    • longer need only to use pictures and mental images that we
    • described, that these imaginations no longer arise out of the
    • longer, or at least thinks about something else, but yet he
    • in it, but we no longer have to see it. This is a condition
    • longer directs its gaze to the perception of the world of
    • this world of pictures we no longer perceive it and no longer
    • us look at the organism belonging to our extremities,
    • thinking? It is our inspiration here, that belongs to the
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    • person. It is true that it took place a long time ago, but it
    • merely individual, are no longer uppermost. The individual then
    • intellect, the understanding, that belongs to the individual
    • belong quite well to either of them. Only try to acquire the
    • progress for a long time. Grimm rightly reproaches Gibbon with
    • existed positively alongside the negative forces of decay. They
    • not belong to the normal forces, we use in natural science, for
    • in science. That is where it belongs.
    • into the part where our ordinary consciousness no longer
    • Spanish who still have much that belongs to an older heritage,
    • being, inasmuch as he belongs to the great dream of history
    • Our soul development no longer participates in this bodily
    • longer participate in what is developing in the body.
    • something that he can no longer experience. As a matter
    • of course we no longer experience in our souls the decline of
    • cultural life, where the soul is no longer dependent upon the
    • dependence did not last so long, for at that time the soul's
    • no longer experience what the decline of human life is. In
    • impulse. That came later, and it belongs to one of the most
    • moment in the evolution of humanity, belongs to the most
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    • long time, even if only for a very short period each day, and
    • the main thing. But alongside this, something else frequently
    • experiences are concerned. And he will then find, as long as he
    • longer in his body.
    • though they proceeded along a different path and used different
    • powers for their development, using methods that are no longer
    • longer feeling in possession of ourselves, is a shattering
    • proceed along another line of development which runs more
    • separating something from it that belongs to it in normal life,
    • in order to progress along the path parallel to the first one,
    • this without any effort on our part, but now we no longer need
    • body, so that we are no longer, as in sleep, withdrawn from our
    • aware that we are no longer in that which lives in us, but that
    • activity of the soul of a person who died long ago flows into
    • beings belonging to it.
    • of research in his work, commented that we have long since
    • discovered that the man is dead and can no longer open his
    • of our own spiritual being that belongs to this spiritual
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    • fundamental riddles with which the deepest longings of
    • the human soul are concerned, the longing for the comprehension
    • which belongs to this sense world as the human physical, bodily
    • thinking no longer; it is experienced as intensively as colors
    • certain point one knows that one is no longer thinking with the
    • thoughts, which however are no longer abstract, but
    • same clarity and conscious choice. By doing for a long time, in
    • long enough, and a certain maturity in doing this has been
    • whole physical organism is no longer there when these exercises
    • What belongs to the nature of the sun fills all the space
    • external, spatial body of the physical sun, but what belongs to
    • belongs to the sun-nature works on within our being, we really
    • come to know our own organism. For we find what belongs
    • reveal her most intimate mysteries, feels a deep longing for
    • longing most of all when the spirit which works in nature
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    • person with real inner sensitivity would find it any longer
    • that we can get away from it for a time, but in the long run
    • physical and chemical sciences, along with the hopes and
    • particles, it would not be long before the way would be found
    • scientist of spirit, work which takes a long time, that
    • perceived as long as one looks at them, but then they only
    • science that belongs to the science of spirit or anthroposophy.
    • allow it to sink into his being so that it is no longer
    • unconscious. Some images remain for a longer period in the
    • healthier and sounder if the exercises which belong to this
    • consciousness man belongs to a super-sensible world. Our
    • anthroposophy. We can see from this the longing for the
    • they spoke out of instinctive longing for a future science of
    • notice, too, that Fichte also longs for an anthroposophy
    • reason, but it is something that has long been anticipated by
    • long time. I will give an example of how this can be supported
    • in the human soul that exists alongside our ordinary
    • belonging to it. How we then learn not only to overcome our
    • world is opened up to us, the spiritual world that we belong to
    • with our spiritual man, just as with our physical man we belong
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    • the plant and animal worlds, which no longer play any strong
    • evolution of the earth, he had already undergone a long
    • wisdom of Asia; even though it no longer lives externally in
    • “For a long time I have followed the path of your life,
    • members of long standing. There are such written, wherein
    • can no longer be united with a pure sense for truth. Certain
    • often for long periods, they only show themselves outwardly
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    • earth life can be studied, with all that belongs to it. We
    • instinct along into the time we pass before our physical
    • Earth can no longer find the right equilibrium between the
    • merging oneself into universal being, a kind of longing to
    • nation, no longer wanting to appear within a physical body.
    • goal, and from that time no longer have to appear again in
    • no longer wants to appear in life on Earth. That is an
    • become — no longer one great organism with unified common
    • mysticism, in a dream-condition, in which he can no longer
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    • words only and can still be a long way from the spirit of the
    • spirit. It is their monopoly. It does not the long to the
    • ordinary man's province to speak of soul and spirit; belongs
    • Between the methods of natural science belonging to the
    • stage. Now they are no longer interested in him from this
    • spiritual knowledge today because the spirits no longer work
    • were thus brought out. From now onwards there is no longer
    • with mankind of the future. It will no longer be possible to
    • man — right for that time but today no longer so. Today
    • cannot have this perception, for it no longer has any reality
    • But if anyone comes along and speaks about social affairs
    • advanced a long way intellectually, that in a certain way
    • School belongs to the very greatest of them all.But that does
    • completeness. We must equip ourselves with this inner longing
    • this longing and to realise all the untruth so prevailing in
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    • illustrate what I mean by an example, Not very long ago I got
    • To-day it ie no longer a matter of preserving these ancient
    • lower kingdoms are real for the physical senses. As long as
    • enough, and they are no longer interested in him from this
    • spiritual knowledge, because the spirits are no longer
    • School belongs to that category of things which concerns me
    • and vitally. We must equip ourselves with an inner longing to
    • necessity for such a longing and also to make you feel what a
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    • rest so long as he remained in the train itself.
    • longer a unity such as we used to see when we look at nature.
    • perceive it. A long and arduous training is necessary, but it
    • keep the electrical apparatus and everything belonging to it
    • authority — people say that they are no longer credulous
    • can no longer today be satisfied with pedagogics modelled as
    • when we reach a certain age; we have no longer the round
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    • deeply into the material world that he is no longer speaking
    • into a cosmic stream which does not belong to our world. But
    • thereby he loses his own Ego, for the Ego does not belong to
    • the Gods — the spiritual Beings — are no longer
    • religious consciousness belong to this external world only
    • development, has been stifled and suppressed for many long
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    • to reveal her open secret feels an irresistible longing for
    • is, of what belongs purely to the world of the senses. The
    • to offer the soul to compensate for its longing after the
    • these the longing of our time really to discover and give
    • face to face with something that took place long ago between
    • of consciousness and belongs to the immediate present.
    • Because this longing, this need of the age, prevails, the
    • expression of a legitimate longing, it will probably be
    • entirely in sympathy with what artists are longing for
    • stepping out, however, remains an unreality as long as we are
    • made our way into what belongs to nature when this is freed
    • longing for her worthiest exponent — art.”
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    • spiritual research all day long. Seership in the spiritual
    • external world and all that belongs to the power of
    • life. The inner life no longer hovers above the reality but
    • longer suitable to seek for Spiritual Science in an oriental,
    • epoch and would lead men along a wrong path. The methods that
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    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • something that is incorrect, he will no longer say: “I
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • the following way: people will gradually long more and more
    • longer taste good to those who have received anthroposophical
    • securely along the true middle course. If we had time it
    • long letter at Weimar, and then on the same day — it
    • Anthroposophy. Long and important considerations could be
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    • is so extensive and belongs to a sphere of such importance and
    • ancient times — also for a long time after for those who
    • sleeping and waking, and the dream with its pictures belongs at
    • transitions of birth and death which then no longer were mere
    • earth-life. The Christ belongs to the worlds from which the
    • much, as long as it was assisted by an ancient instinctive
    • into the human nervous system. Thinking no longer exists for
    • Holy Mass, it had no longer a proper interpretation of it. The
    • longing for a deeper knowledge of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • theology of today is no longer Christian. Much that is
    • least. From this springs the longing, the human longing, to be
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    • sphere. Now it is true that we have a long way to go before we
    • incarnations, and still have long distances to travel in
    • longer needed to descend so deeply into physical embodiment as
    • the etheric bodies of all the descendants who belong to the
    • etheric bodies belonging to the Hebrew people, Shem's own
    • During that period of time it was no longer possible to appeal
    • certainty for him, he no longer needed to cling to the
    • historical documents. He no longer needed the physical
    • spiritual scientists: namely, that as long as people
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    • itself presents as full reality. So long as we dream we see
    • however, does not belong to present-day man. Indeed,
    • as a perception, perhaps a long time ago, but is now no longer
    • and the thoughts that are no longer there, but once were there
    • as though he belongs together with the entire cosmos. Now one
    • longer a finger; the finger has meaning only in the context of
    • entire etheric cosmos, you belong to the etheric cosmos. It is
    • yes — we have lost along the way, as I have described.
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • fantastic with no relation to facts, something that belongs
    • longer be presented the way they were in former times.
    • longer understood. This tendency to accept and tolerate will
    • ancestors no longer satisfies modern people. There is plenty
    • substitutes for the answers that no longer satisfy them
    • longingly seek answers in modern science are especially those
    • to whom the Bible and religion no longer speak. But modern
    • natural scientific investigation what religion no longer
    • When a culture is no longer acceptable, for the people can no
    • longer live according to the old customs, the remedy does not
    • interest in abstract philosophy. When those who long for
    • to consider belongs to the sphere of the will. This is the
    • state. It influences art, which belongs to the sphere of
    • certainty of faith is absent for a long time, people still
    • towards moral actions in their soul. Then we will no longer
    • individual no longer has to rely on others in order to
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    • the problem of colonization that also belongs in this
    • deposit them as nourishment along the shortest route within
    • finds rudiments of bone and muscle long before there is any
    • knowledge”; this is possible only as long as human
    • ether body, and will no longer speak of “limits of
    • Thus, we see that creatures belonging to the animal kingdom
    • the environment to which we belong, where the necessary
    • of animal it belongs, as each kind has its own specific bone
    • nervous system. In humans it extends along both sides of the
    • reached this stage, humans were no longer obliged to be
    • ourselves; for then what we thus build up is no longer merely
    • longer conveys mental pictures produced by the inner life
    • link in a long line of generations.
    • expression in the blood. A person inherited, along with the
    • been known to spiritual knowledge for a long time. Just as
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    • belongs to the realm of art. The caricaturist distorts what
    • for example, do not stay fresh for long. The essential
    • none of your organs as long as they are sound. You only know
    • then there is no longer consistency between thinking, feeling
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    • long periods of time. It is essential that those who seek
    • of the beings belonging to the forms of existence they have
    • spiritualized, and no longer needs a physical body, he will
    • long ages to become as perfect and as wise as the physical
    • from human beings, they can no longer clothe themselves in
    • was good on the old planet is no longer so when transferred
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    • It belongs to everyday life and must be of interest to
    • instinct for what is good for it, as long as only the
    • world, and as long as it is in the process of development.
    • good on both physical and spiritual levels. Thus, as long as
    • long as nothing is said.
    • bodies and pass over to the child. Therefore, as long as
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    • Modern people are unable to see how sin, which belongs to the
    • strive towards a particular goal. Those belonging to lower
    • belonged the possibility of egoistic selfish behavior.
    • he no longer understands the world. Once a person is old he
    • no longer understands the young. That is why the old must die
    • are derived from ancestors. The milk teeth belong to this
    • say for how long the “I” will be able to carry
    • itself. As long as it lasts, a person exists at the expense
    • physical body, depriving it of its forces. It can no longer
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    • must feel that he or she belongs to a spiritual world-order
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    • ideas in this realm. Many illnesses that in fact belong in
    • on around him — belong to this category. The ether body
    • contains our mental pictures of the outside world. As long as
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    • longer felt any. The sound emitted from the bone had, through
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    • remains in kamaloca for as long as the astral body retains a
    • longing for the physical body. Gradually it frees itself of
    • will remain a long time in the region of burning thirst.
    • descriptions of individuals where ancestry no longer plays a
    • that the ether body, after the seventh year, is no longer
    • former life experiences no longer have to be inwardly
    • longer have to work on the physical body. They can now unite
    • thirty-fifth year. No longer does a person have the longings
    • are at our disposal. As long as a person is obliged to direct
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    • and sheer stupidity. As long as it has existed, genuine
    • in ancient India, is still valid for those belonging to the
    • humanity's whole outlook. It will for long centuries to come
    • people to which you belong; be a member of the class in which
    • attained in the course of long training and development.
    • perception. A person no longer feels that he lives only
    • things. When the human being no longer feels confined within
    • expressed by Goethe, which as watchword belong above the
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    • strove, his whole life long, more honestly and sincerely to
    • what belongs solely to matter. The Flying Dutchman, whose
    • and poetry no longer added its contribution to the musical
    • element. No longer was there collaboration between the arts.
    • past. What one witnesses is no longer drama taking place
    • his part, the musician then came along and interpreted what
    • qualities belonging to a single human being, but to many.
    • to hear in that long E-flat major in the Rhine-gold the
    • name decided where he belonged and his status. In the City, a
    • Blessed Longing.
    • date, which shows that the festival is no longer experienced
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    • stage something that belonged to the future. Already they saw
    • belonged to the future. There are also initiates today; who
    • progressed too far, he is no longer able to believe in the
    • ancient religious records. He no longer experiences them as
    • soul no longer receives the ancient knowledge causes it
    • one-half days. This procedure is no longer followed; today
    • observed when a name was given. Even not so very long ago, it
    • stretched over long epochs. Before that time, the human
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    • belong many things said in intimate circles at certain decisive
    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • impulse took place along with the great turning point [of history].
    • third time, it is taken back to the spiritual world for a long time.
    • belong to the super-sensual world. Therefore the attempt will for
    • someone to belong to such a community if he is not really in
    • belongs to the eternal laws of being. And what also belongs is that
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • had been for a long time himself in Freudian treatment for a nervous
    • been a long time in the Society in that I required of them that they
    • given by Dr. Steiner developed alongside the creative colors
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    • discovered the world of spirit immersed In knowledge. But he longed to see
    • will, then will the Eastern man in his feeling intuition no longer accuse
    • will no longer condemn the intuitively feeling Eastern man as an alien to
    • survive only so long as the tilling of the soil is predominant in
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    • human being belonging to our so-called civilised world must
    • sleep (they are no longer active in it, for man's
    • organisation has changed, and this would no longer have a
    • masses believe in ghosts belonging to a time now coming to an
    • for a long period by an ancient traditional Oriental
    • workshop in man while he sleeps, but they no longer work in his
    • longer enables him to receive this inheritance of the gods when
    • awakening, but his surrounding natural conditions no longer
    • longer see these inner spectres. Pacing man's real inner
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    • his being upon the whole of mankind. A Spirit who belonged to
    • absorbed the spark of Christ. Also Moses belongs to them. But
    • future. After a long training, the pupils had to undergo a
    • earth; the feet of this apostle enabled me to walk on along my
    • future, man will no longer have the lower forces; he will, for
    • example, no longer have the forces of procreation. John's
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    • along over the surface of the earth, you do not only pass
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    • long enough. You can, if you look only out for that which the child
    • Imagine you run along next
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    • lymphatic vessels is still something that belongs to the heart. As a
    • too strongly, will be claimed by it without the kidney working along
    • As long as we cannot do that, as long as we think only about ourselves,
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    • no longer in the future. Of course one had in those olden times also
    • for a long time and we still see, when we go back to the older Greek
    • is the reaction of the dark age, which does not belong in our time.
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    • questions we have introduced also belong among the ones Kant
    • you will have come very close to a circle. You will no longer
    • long as he lived. After his death nobody could wind it, and
    • mountain pass a long time before the rock fell, and they would
    • spiritual one, may necessarily belong together.
    • elemental, supersensible event belonging to it. We must
    • cause belonging to each effect. Whenever anything has happened,
    • longer participates. There, everything is based on
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    • will continue along the same lines. I used a hypothetical
    • sparrow that longed for nothing more than to break free.
    • along these lines and ask what the results of a deed will be.
    • undertaken a long and, alas, wearisome piece of work. I
    • think he belongs in a lunatic asylum rather than in Hell, with
    • more I think about this long litany of nonsense, the more
    • personality of the nineteenth century will no longer be
    • about did not exactly bring along his antipathy to Faust
    • knew a man who belonged for a time to our Society and who is a
    • — what we regard as necessity belongs to the past. What
    • means bearing a necessity within him. What belongs to the
    • thought in the long distant past, and has remained in the same
    • is true, profoundly true, that as long as we are earthly human
    • spiritually that belongs to the outer event and is of immensely
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    • between cause and effect if we were to look for it along the
    • cause of the man's being pulled along. The pulling being done
    • accompanied the first person long enough, he would
    • no longer see ourselves and our past actions, but it is only
    • realize that as long as we look back, this review can
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    • is past, including our own actions, belongs to the realm of
    • Parsifal, the striving human being, belonging to a certain period
    • you bear this in mind, you will no longer see any contradiction
    • periods. You will find no contradiction any longer, because
    • again as deeds of the present, so long as we do this
    • Then we see that we no longer need to think that things must go
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • longer be able to speak of an I. Philosophers are
    • obviously ceases when we go to sleep. The I is no longer
    • so long as we are active solely on the physical plane? If we
    • from — even that can in many cases no longer be done
    • fact that painters believe they can no longer manage
    • After a much longer time has elapsed, a new age will arrive for
    • from the fifteenth century till as long again; so we are now
    • the sixth post-Atlantean epoch he will no longer be able to
    • longer be able to distinguish properly between a red face and a
    • continues along the lines described, then in order to do
    • anything at all people will need either long practice or outer
    • for clairvoyance, and is now no longer a part of our relation
    • they will realize that they can rediscover along a different
    • not mere invention on my part. I have brought along as an
    • sensations to the brain cortex along the associative fibers
    • from this, there is no longer any possibility of holding a
    • longer take the I into account, and if we do not accept
    • of himself. The dreamers come along and say, “We examine
    • impulses. But people are not yet ready to go along with this. I
    • freedom what nature can no longer give us. You see then that a
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    • resounds formatively in speech. Everything no longer
    • of verbal currency with which they no longer think in any
    • longer see as in the child, how whatever is in him is acting
    • prevent the abstract from having any longer a value in
    • possibility of a wise paganism alongside Christianity then
    • its relationship to nature. The gestures of nature no longer
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    • ate anything how much light he took into himself along with
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • will be increased the longer the world war lasts.”
    • longer be denied that comets are also heavenly bodies, the Catholic
    • may also come along and sort what is characteristic of man in this age
    • I said: How long ago in evolution is it since man tried to make paper?
    • For you must realise that the world you acquire after long study, when
    • times, he may be told: If you wish no longer to be afraid that a fearful
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture II: St. John of the Cross
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    • taking into account all the prejudice belonging to certain religious
    • barrenness and aridity (he goes on to say) the soul can no longer deliberate
    • soul no longer reflects with the intellect or even finds any physical
    • support, then the senses are no longer enriched. The spirit has the
    • no longer the light. It is really very beautiful how John of the Cross
    • do with the senses, for its guide, the soul travels along the narrow
    • a will belonging to the soul, both of which merge in vision. But today
    • Today St. John of the Cross is no longer a saint but a heretic. This
    • perceiving that one no longer desired to employ the imaginative power
    • when in their souls they have a longing to find some kind of path to
    • longing today, it is the fulfilment of what St. John of the Cross accepted
    • perceiving that he no longer desires to use the imaginative power of
    • from the animals; one no longer has any desire in that direction. And
    • on the path of human evolution. At this point we can no longer speak
    • human souls have lived so long with rituals, with their symbols mid
    • no longer receive shock from the impression of an immediately experienced
    • in face of the necessity belonging to this turning point of time. The
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture III: Clairvoyant Vision Looks at Mineral, Plant, Animal, Man
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    • this end no longer suffice, and also find his way to a new relation
    • to his fellow men, the old relation no longer being suitable, so that
    • this Imagination into words) actually so long as they are in a physical
    • among beings who belong neither to the mineral and plant kingdoms, nor
    • corpses, then man in his whole attitude of soul would really belong
    • actually belong there and are not there. Everything goes to show that
    • we long to know certain exiles. We only know there are banished beings,
    • 1), and this is so on amount of its deterioration through belonging
    • in his physical form, is dried up. For what belongs to animal and man
    • to long for it. And even the most hardened deniers of immortality have
    • in the depths of their will, where longing is born, the longing to experience
    • a longing. The present time is sick with this longing. And the many
    • illnesses of the present time are the expression of this longing holding
    • his longing. If anything is living in the sphere of the will which we
    • sublime things were revealed in dreams, exist no longer, therefore,
    • will forgive mel To become headless means that the head could no longer
    • he used properly, the head could no longer bring back thoughts out of
    • the past. Think for once how men, because they themselves no longer
    • In this longing, today more
    • where he should become clear about his own personal being. In this longing,
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 4: Human Qualities Which Oppose Antroposophy
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    • back from objects, light that no longer blinds the eyes. You can gather
    • rings in his words, when in other words man's immortal soul is no longer
    • as if we both belonged to the same family. When we meet another man
    • when appearing among people who also belong, let us say, to some occult
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • It goes without saying that in relation to its inner law this belongs
    • form. And for a long time these barbarian Arians (cf. R. XLVII.) of
    • the time that passed between Plato and Goethe, a rather long culture
    • belong to her, she drives us along with her. Even what is unnatural
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    • all at once nor during the relatively long time that there has been
    • belongs to the revelation of the Christ impulse. To come to a right
    • when we look back into very ancient times on earth, times long before
    • of the human organism, the human being, a constitution no longer existing.
    • Mysteries. Today, this can no longer really be pictured because through
    • a man's nature could no longer be straightway transformed in this manner
    • something which should now develop in a special way, something belonging
    • following question: Where do Goethe and those who belong to him, the
    • that he was still connected with a knowledge unhappily no longer even
    • reality and its truth, all this no longer meets with any understanding
    • and unwarned into the circle of her dance, and carries us along till
    • century would much rather have belonged to those who buried Goetheanism
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    • life. Long before we can happily penetrate to perceiving the
    • our physical plane which belong to the various kingdoms of
    • that belongs to a physical being is actually spatially linked
    • another and someone insists the two belong together although no
    • quite outstanding members belong to a single being. Confusing
    • same and that which belong together, can't always be glimpsed
    • long as it is contained within the physical body. As long as
    • separated but belongs together, so that we, for every animal
    • divided. As long as this happens it is mainly the etheric
    • there as long as we can see, hear and taste it and when we
    • that they belong to one another, and experience an enlightening
    • feelings from life in the physical and you desire and long for
    • it. Take for example a gourmet, who longs for delicious food.
    • desires but no longer the physical organs to satisfy them. Thus
    • thus you no longer sway between desire and denial. These are
    • the nuances of feelings in the astral plane as long as the
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    • Goethe's “Faust” undoubtedly belongs to one of
    • itself. One goes along with the idea of being convinced,
    • Goethe already belonged to the world view of those who didn't
    • becoming, may result in crystallization. Goethe also belonged
    • ideas. There is a worry that something had been lost along the
    • all that which doesn't allow one to get along, wherever one is,
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    • discover a certain relationship the self brings along,
    • ask ourselves to which member of mankind we actually belong. We
    • group to which we belong through family, race and folk, in
    • belongs to genuine self-knowledge. Through this you gradually
    • has an independent existence; cut it off and it is no longer a
    • couple of kilometres above the earth, he is no longer a human
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    • By this means great progress can be made along the lines followed in
    • ascend to the auditorium belongs to the substructure of the Building.
    • really belong to the place where they are. Now in the whole of this
    • a living one, for the more highly evolved organism develops along a
    • has been made to follow the principle of organic growth along an axis.
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    • once more how the effect has been made in everything which belongs to
    • so long as the kernel has a determinate form which is the effect of
    • of this nut. To the “nut” itself belongs the smoke which
    • energetic stand for the essential. We shall not succeed for a long time
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    • as such. To see blue means to feel an intense desire, longing, to go
    • of these lantern slides, this will be a longing that will then arise
    • belongs to what follows on here on your left. The composition is of
    • evolved ever more a sort of philosophy of death, which is no longer
    • engenders the vital longing of the newer future humanity for the compensating
    • spirit, for a youth who is already Jupiter, which is no longer earth-youth,
    • 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
    • temperament of man but are no longer human as such.
    • along the road of feeling, perception and will, he will discover the
    • Even along physiological,
    • man will no longer live on the earth, then man will wear his true countenance,
    • according to Anthroposophy was very pleasant, as long as it was Spiritual
    • Science ,as long as it did not bother itself with outride things, as
    • be done, when one has to do with men who the whole day long are only
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    • soul in former centuries, in centuries long past, while at
    • legacy of older ages, but it was no longer possible to find
    • longer recognisable.
    • longer having the knowledge enabling it to do so in the way
    • was looked upon in centuries long past, was by no means so
    • wisdom still existed though it was no longer fully
    • evil, Faust knows that he no longer lives in an age when the
    • longer represented the ancient wisdom. Goethe also knew their
    • Wagner: “I saw him long ago; he struck me not in
    • something that belongs to the poodle appearing as if
    • “Then for life's fountains long we dearly,
    • the deed. That is what Faust after long hesitation decides
    • actually no longer comprehensible. Thus, the content of old
    • particular passage belongs to a late period of decline.
    • are no longer used. But for what does the man hope? He hopes
    • antiquated volume — that indeed belongs to a very late
    • of that kind; they belong to it, along to its nature and
    • themselves. They could no longer have this wisdom of old
    • someday encircle the globe? It is not so very long since
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    • the poem as a whole. The poet is clearly no longer in a
    • external — that the Walpurgis-night belongs to the most
    • long ago, nearly thirty years, in the eighties of the 19th
    • when she again appears, also glides along. Thus with Goethe
    • So long as the conditions are there are for man to go back
    • dead, so long does he bear about with him, on going out with
    • belonging to his physical existence. Hence, what Faust says
    • belongs relate to what has lagged behind, and hence he feels
    • that what we so often find given to Faust belongs to
    • given to Faust, but it really belongs to Mephistopheles
    • All our hope, and love and longing
    • assigns what comes next Mephistopheles: it belongs, of
    • You will find a long speech given to
    • Mephistopheles. But it does not belong to him (though
    • Else will it hurl thee headlong into the deep abyss!
    • All the magic mount along
    • not actually belong.
    • expresses how the witch-souls and the souls belonging to the
    • extraordinarily long etheric stalks with which an animal of
    • spiritual world without a long and tragic face, and how to
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    • can say that, in writing the scenes out of his long and
    • what belongs to Mephistopheles must be mixed with life for
    • point out this coldness, though it was a long way from being
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IV: Faust and the "Mothers"
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    • no longer be in any doubt that in reality Faust has been led
    • ahrimanic force, belongs to our world of the senses, but as a
    • part of the cosmos that belongs to the physical but to the
    • belong to the supersensible world. No wonder then that Faust
    • belongs to the being of the Earth. If you only want a
    • is connected with the fact that these forces no longer retain
    • consider that all rivers belong to one another, you will have
    • follow the course of each drop. All the water that belongs to
    • not belong to the earth. It is impulse remaining over from
    • belongs to those who treat of such things out of a thoroughly
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    • No longer in the deepest sense of life, but in a more
    • no longer has a true feeling of the deep way in which the
    • the problem of Evil belongs to the fifth post-Atlantean epoch
    • to know what belongs to the one epoch. These things can only
    • — of the historic evolution of mankind. Goethe longed
    • and realised in Italy. Therefore the longing for Italy lived
    • Faust no longer merely admires — within the life of
    • emerges in the Invocation Scene is no longer merely an idea
    • Faust's life of Will, no longer merely from his Feeling or
    • Paradise. The longing for the Devil during the present, fifth
    • speech of Helena who is at a loss and no longer knows where
    • she herself no longer knows who she is. And out of all these
    • Mephistopheles cannot enter. He belongs to a different
    • the first time. They do not belong to any abstract theory or
    • economic laws — that the War could not last longer than
    • of Troy, that part of Helena remained which belonged to the
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    • — belonged to the fourth epoch. Oedipus was one of
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    • actually belong to man's nature, but which is, so to say, for
    • belongs. The other two were not originally in human evolution
    • do, we see his intense longing to gain something quite
    • “Though from some distance, I have for a long time
    • are with our waking consciousness, no longer have meaning, As
    • as absolute — no longer exist, There earth is not
    • we belong between falling asleep and waking.
    • imagines what is no longer visible in our present world to be
    • spirits. You still find the elemental spirits belonging to
    • Sirens belong to those elemental beings who are the other
    • water-air, the Sirens belong to that water as air belongs to
    • what belongs to water or water-air; the spiritual element is
    • actually belong to another.
    • respect these all really belong to a former world. Just think
    • insect-world constitute a race that does not properly belong
    • day, Thus, Goethe knows of this ant-race belonging to an
    • belongs to the past. The pygmies belonging to the old world
    • come into conflict with the herons belonging to the waters of
    • Impatiently I long my glass to shiver.
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    • recall things long forgotten. You begin with an idea which
    • has to do with the present, and this evokes long-forgotten
    • Pigmies belonged. I referred to this yesterday. Anaxagoras
    • one of his aphorisms, where he says: “What no longer
    • like the comets, for example, really belonged by nature to a
    • through what is earthly, and belong to significant
    • belong to forces in him that are subconscious but important.
    • wish to hear. To the realm of Hecate belongs, for instance,
    • Mephistopheles. The Lamiae express rather what belongs to
    • Diana, whereas, in Empusa, all that belongs to the
    • well as true world-order. Today men no longer think, as did
    • hierarchies who belong to man, at a time when this human
    • now not long ago I said that no one can ever arrive at a
    • imparted, long ago I chose this method, namely, to reveal
    • say that the day gives man day-consciousness; but, so long as
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    • significant indications for the artist, belongs to the most
    • driven along the right path into the sphere of the spiritual,
    • century, in which is contained in embryo what belongs to a
    • correctly, you can no longer approach nature with false
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    • beings belonging to the third elemental world, from which our
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    • belonging on the one side to the sea, but being able to
    • longer call upon clairvoyance, I cannot know what the Greeks
    • longer perceives this; he will perceive it, however, if he
    • Thus they actually belong to the Sun. On
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    • no longer in accordance with our own wishes. In the act of
    • Christ belongs, and must belong, to the past. And what is to
    • the age which must now belong to the past, the age that has
    • themselves and will continue to do so increasingly so long as
    • world-conception, it would be such that we should no longer
    • belongs to Homunculus and what belongs to Mephistopheles,
    • On the other hand, as long as this resistance is not
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    • consciousness. If we cannot feel ourselves as belonging to a
    • planetary system or the system altogether to which we belong.
    • longing in many people just for supersensible knowledge! One
    • hunger and thirst. One doesn't long for food and drink when one
    • is satisfied, but one longs for them when one is hungry. And
    • from an inmost need present humanity longs for the
    • time, nay sometimes much longer time of inner work than any
    • conglomerate of pain, then this consciousness no longer remains
    • connected with something which in nature doesn't belong
    • the human soul usually longs for as immortality, only enters
    • There is no longer a word for the pre-earthly as something
    • his longing for immortality, that it becomes a mere belief if
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    • being something to the people even if they could no longer see
    • are no longer the physical but the astral plane, he will not
    • descend lower. It is no longer possible for Osiris to step on
    • that you may fare well and live long on earth.” It is
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    • entire earth. Just as hair belongs to all human beings, so
    • fact seriously then we no longer argue about dry cerebral
    • the sun, which man could through long, long earthly cycles only
    • long, but for the spiritual researcher they are short to name
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    • considered an evidence of childish fancy, belonging to earlier
    • the firm ground of reality: the God whom he had so long sought
    • in the 'nineties, not long before his death, gave utterance to
    • research along the lines he first adopted. In the year 1867 he
    • that another person came along and criticised the
    • no longer be sensed when man falls asleep, cannot be the object
    • of scientific investigation. It is in this something, no longer
    • “You scientists are perfectly right, so long as you judge
    • no longer any obstacles in space to prevent him from seeing the
    • bodies. They still belonged in a sense to “higher
    • behind on a lower stage of creation. To such as these belong
    • Greek philosopher long ages ago.
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    • longer able to feel it in a living way. People who study
    • rigid cosmic mass, but as a second thing belonging to it they
    • which belongs to the outer air. They imagined that they held
    • into Europe along the path I have just indicated. Let us
    • a long time after, this conflict was felt with great intensity.
    • two streams were felt in this keen contrast for a long time
    • pictures no longer exists in the humanity of today, which is
    • extended atmosphere. They would have felt themselves belonging
    • life of soul of these people, especially those who belonged to
    • longer could nor dared believe in.
    • already evolved for so long within the Consciousness Soul that
    • automatic. Today we are scarcely overcome by the longing to
    • long as a man is living in the body he should follow up his
    • 13th century were directed against Averroes, who was long dead.
    • They made polemics against the man long dead, against the
    • begin to think along these lines the strangest nonsense becomes
    • sympathetic interest, a longing to go beyond ordinary history
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    • than conversation, as long as the Western world fails to discover and
    • to man. Let there be no mistake about it — as long as the
    • economic and industrial interests, so long will there be distrust in
    • and fatalistic longings for things to right themselves are of no
    • of man's being belong to the universe beyond the Earth and if he loses
    • scientific view of the world and technical culture no longer help him
    • no longer any insight into his true nature.
    • the fact that man longs for immortality because his egotism makes the
    • is said along these lines and you will realise that the sermons are
    • this end cannot be achieved until man is regarded as belonging not
    • birth and death, man belongs to the powers of the Earth, so between
    • death and a new birth he belongs to the Heavens; the powers of Heaven
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    • plants, minerals — the three kingdoms of Nature belonging to the
    • longer make any impression upon us, for this must be done via the
    • of Existence has passed, man begins gradually to long for earthly life
    • experiences with him will be imbued by the Angels with a longing for
    • realm of the Angels. As long as he is in the realm of the Archangels,
    • belongs to the higher Hierarchies just as the physical body and
    • ether-body of man belong to the physical and etheric worlds.
    • What we need is to be filled with Spirit, the living Spirit belonging
    • regard himself as belonging to a world which lies outside the
    • being is no longer within this physical corpse. When a man passes
    • soul-and-spirit. Just as the real human being is no longer within the
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • belonging to feeling and to will. We injure the child's eternal life
    • The idea is put before man in such a way that his longings are
    • were held in high esteem. These were times which had long since passed
    • Christian era had long since vanished in the South. But it is a
    • This must be taken earnestly. The people who belonged, in the main, to
    • through death. So the mission of the souls belonging to the Eastern
    • character of the people. The people of Europe have lived a long time
    • longer be difficult.
    • by reactionaries of every kind, by all who love to saunter along their
    • they truly belong to us, to our Anthroposophical Movement. May our
  • Title: Spirit of Fichte: Lecture I: The Spirit of Fichte Present in Our Midst
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    • there, gave him a cuff and told him to come along home.
    • and came along in his blue peasant smock. A few questions were put
    • Zurich was no longer really tenable, and he needed to look further
    • evolution. It would take too long to explain this in his own words,
    • of a long meditation of many hours during which in thought he saw
    • all sensuous existence. After having brooded long in self-imposed
    • at first receiving any culture other than that which belongs to the
    • from long ago. Supposing that this were the fact, I should have to
    • longer in the town. And even if you were to give me proofs —
    • longer know anything. We have arrived at an epoch in which we see
    • that Goethe made long extracts from this work, still preserved in
    • authorities concerned could tolerate any longer what he was
    • me Herr Schmid will no longer exist in this world.” It was a
    • longer and longer. And finally Herr
    • stood up with a very long face and announced that he did not see
    • why he should listen to this any longer; so he went off and did not
    • “As long as there beats in Germany a heart capable of feeling the shame
    • of foreign domination, so long will the memory of this brave man
    • not feel the lasting vitality, even if we can no longer agree with
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival In The Changing Course Of Time
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    • greatness any longer, a greatness to which humanity had become
    • full depth and greatness of the impulse which belongs to this
    • these can no longer exist at present. What has become often a mere
    • awareness of belonging to a spiritual Being, Who descended from
    • darkness has come about. Long have the nights become, shortened are
    • warmth of the sun, where we could work with our hands during the long
    • plays and Christmas customs which had vanished long ago into the
    • legend: the birth of Christ with all that belongs to it according to
    • those earlier times. People belonged together, and the whole gathering
    • can take in the Christ Impulse. No longer can we awaken this great
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • belong to its requirements, to its deepest longings. And it is with
    • time, along with all those who have traveled here in order to show in
    • soul belongs in its most inward, most essential being. The soul is
    • death. It longs to rise into a world of the eternal, but with the
    • this soul is still one of those who long for the higher worlds, who
    • what they could no longer have knowledge; believe in what was for
    • our deepest longings. In ancient times the soul was well aware of
    • those who belonged together are about to murder each other. He felt
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    • generally spread out over many moments, over long periods of living,
    • something almost with horror. Such experiences belong to the initial
    • longer knows, but that in those ancient times was a primeval teaching
    • the whole of Europe. What is to be called Eastern land belongs
    • gradually attains to where he no longer, consciously, lives and feels
    • long as he is outside himself, takes on a form similar to that of the
    • earth. Then as men we no longer feel ourselves bound to a particular
    • from the very beginning of the earth. We feel the age-long succession
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    • thinking for a long time about some perplexing problem and has at
    • a long time — even perhaps for several decades — then an
    • that had longed to live through what we felt to be so unwelcome. This
    • our ordinary life. So long as these interfere in this realm of
    • dreams, so long do they make themselves important in it and block the
    • world. If some people imagine that they no longer take any special
    • from our everyday life to arise in our dreams. They can no longer
    • realize the beginning of higher consciousness. Along with this
    • we no longer want to shrink back from the higher worlds. But then a
    • new and considerable danger arises. We no longer perhaps bring the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • among other things, the woven fabric of our dreams belongs, he must
    • tells me that man belongs to other realms, that my human nature
    • knowledge that it belongs not only to the physical world — this
    • longing for something he does not have, but the lack of sense for
    • what it is that comes into the soul that does not belong to this
    • take up occult exercises. We would not say man has an inward longing
    • man is no longer quite in the position of a mere loiterer or
    • have vague, unrecognized longings. Something is active in them that
    • does not belong to the physical world but keeps on putting forth
    • transition, because he belonged to that time in evolution when only
    • present in his soul but it is flickering out. It is no longer a
    • where his dreams are woven, this is no longer enough to give him a
    • a kind of overflow in his soul and belongs really to other
    • bear transported to the South, we thirst and long for something that
    • away the light-air from us. We crave breath, and long for the
    • done all that belongs to the training; suppose he has forgotten that
    • perceives nothing of what is really there, and instead he longs for
    • Such beings have to exist alongside those who have the mission of
    • consciousness, the moment in which we actually acquired them has long
    • since passed. We experienced them long before we met them with our
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • what is meant by the cyclic course of life, for alongside the actual
    • much inherited strength that insomnia can persist for a long time
    • never stopping halfway along any line of thinking. I have here a
    • yoke. “We must think along different lines,” says Wilson,
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • be perfectly correct and yet nonsense. Not until this is no longer
    • along the path into the super-sensible toward something already
    • first discourse your soul is borne along by the continually
    • through Yoga. All the time your feeling is being borne along by
    • discourses no longer carries us. It ceases, and an altogether new
    • belongs not to the realm of the intellect but to imaginative
    • that do not belong to the individual alone. Imagine a person feeling
    • such a way that it belonged to the whole of humanity, to all the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • pure breath of God so long as they work in unconscious innocence. We
    • been taken from common humanity would no longer have been adapted to
    • belongs to all mankind. This is the moment indicated in the words,
    • yesterday we thought of abstractly. What belongs to all mankind comes
    • of soul. We shall feel that we may belong to that humanity that over
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    • belong to a certain nation should always have an immediate feeling
    • nation, even though it might belong to a previous age. The population
    • spiritual achievement belongs, and for its posterity, its teaching
    • and along with them we see a number of people today who do not value
    • expression that belong to the feeling, the mood, the mental habit of
    • devoid of light. It is “darkness.” So long as our
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    • tamas food what had become rotten, had stood too long, and had a foul
    • said, “So long as one does not
    • highest self thou dost not belong to it, and wilt experience thy
    • external conditions belong to one or other of these three groups.
    • tearing himself away from his environment, no longer asking what goes
    • know the external, and therefore had to go through the long course of
    • disposition; walk no longer in the path of Krishna” —
    • the course of time this longing for individual perfection was driven
    • immediately, and the longing for the opposite is awakened. Many human
    • one-sided perfection of the individual soul but belongs to the whole
    • Thus, all along it has
    • been not quite comfortable to belong to that spiritual movement that
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    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
    • Everything that belongs to the Mysteries in their true nature is
    • harm, and by this means he can go very far along the Way. The path to
    • through the blue sky. For him it must no longer be a boundary. Or let
    • certain stage of Initiation these opinions no longer have any meaning
    • the surface of things vanish, are no longer there. The sounds of the
    • physical world cease, are no longer there; the experience of touch
    • ceases, is no longer there. And I beg you to take note that this
    • real idea of it only when it is no longer there.
    • just been described is reached, such a thing no longer happens. For
    • eyes, for they belong to the physical body and he has long left this
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    • the higher members of his being (astral body and ego) man belongs not
    • long that the Earth stood still and that the
    • long tirade and a fly alights on his nose, causing him to sneeze
    • about this, but not so long ago there lived a great and significant
    • especially under our conditions of civilisation, he is no longer in
    • physical and this etheric body of the plants belong to me, for they
    • etheric bodies: “They belong to me as the plant does to the Sun;
    • longer feels the Sun and Stars only in their physical substantiality
    • but becomes acquainted with the spiritual beings and worlds belonging
    • highest members of his being, belongs not only to the Earth but is at
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    • must long for above all else, after all you have gone through —
    • certain secrets he longs to understand. That is the feeling he has.
    • past, a kind of reading in the Akashic Record about long-past
    • But pictures call up for you long-past happenings, showing you that in
    • pictures, looks at experiences of his own, gone through in times long
    • Then, however, arises a great longing, a longing that becomes terrible
    • for a man of the present time. It is the longing to know something of
    • the great longing we have spoken of: they had no need to behold their
    • he has now entered, on the shores of cosmic existence, he is no longer
    • this silent Being, and have felt deeply the longing to have the riddle
    • as a force out of himself, the deep longing to have the riddle of the
    • must entirely live in the longing to have the cosmic enigma solved in
    • spiritual Being, and has lived in him with longing for the solution
    • longing. And because this force of the aspirant's own longing for the
    • incarnation to incarnation and are no longer mortal. For an
    • soul between death and a new birth; and the longing arose to hear the
    • Cosmic Word and the Cosmic Harmony; longing lived in the soul when it
    • resounded to the Cosmic Word and Cosmic Tone — was no longer
    • has something in himself that longs for the Cosmic Word and the Cosmic
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    • Creative Word was disappearing. When it reappeared, belonging now to
    • "Montsalvat." Teaching is now no longer tied to particular
    • belongs to the physical side of man, the part which remains behind in
    • belonged to Earth-evolution.
    • all that belongs to it, involves a reappearing of the essence of the
    • remembrance of it! For modern consciousness it is no longer present in
    • no longer tied to particular localities, but in the Middle Ages it had
    • understood that the soul living in Goethe had once belonged to an
    • through the same stages as did a person belonging either to the
    • characteristic belonging to an earlier epoch will persist into a later
    • external training belong more to the character of the old Initiation;
    • forces in its inner being, belongs more to the nature of the newer
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and
    • of the brain — and so no longer capable of being taken hold of by
    • forces belonging in particular to the Consciousness Soul must be
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture I: The Birth of the Intellect and the Mission of Christianity
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    • preceding epoch — an element no longer united with man. The other
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    • certain phenomena which do not any longer belong, properly speaking,
    • are the motor organs of the ear and eye which function no longer, the
  • Title: Esoteric Cosmology: Lecture V: Yoga In East and West
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    • secrecy by Occult Brotherhoods. A man had to belong to one of these
    • longer impeded by physical substance.
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    • difference is that the birth of Spirit is a much longer process than
    • the aid of plant-nourishment. Prolonged meditation changes the nature
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    • We must learn to separate and to re-unite them at will. So long, for
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    • of both as belonging to Nature as a whole, for it is Nature as a whole
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    • Devachan is the Sanscrit term for the long period of time lying
    • the long period that lies between two incarnations.
    • longer transmits sensations which come from outside; it works upon
    • restoration of harmony it is no longer necessary for the astral body
    • Life-Spirit has developed in the disciple, it is no longer necessary
    • Kamaloca belongs to the Moon-sphere; Devachan to the Sun-sphere.
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    • sheath and the living soul. Daily discipline and long training are
    • stars. He no longer reads the Akashic Records from the side of the
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    • can no longer work directly with his will upon the life forces. He
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    • When we no longer simply embody our thoughts in objects, as for
    • his inner being. The initiate only precedes him along this path.
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    • climax of a long cosmic preparation. After the night which separated
    • the animal with the moon and of man with the earth. As long as the sun
    • language by indicating that the days of the week belong to the planets
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    • they belong to one another; they would understand the law recognised
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    • a time will come when he will no longer be able to do so, when the
    • manifestly belong, according to whether the lower nature has been
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    • the modern European can no longer go through the process I
    • will describe — what today is achieved through long
    • all the rest is separated. As long as one does not do
    • could live as long as one liked in the physical world; if one
    • is in this sleep condition he is no longer in the sense
    • become conscious of something which lives within us? As long
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    • that he who seeks the path today will be led along different
    • initiation, but today this path can no longer be followed. He
    • disadvantages for people who sleep badly. Beings belonging to
    • body. Beings belonging to the second elemental kingdom get at
    • the etheric body and those belonging to the first elemental
    • like a piece of wood. He no longer connects his ego with his
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    • practised far into the Christian era. For a long time it was
    • that he no longer needs physical organs. Thus we have to
    • this, I signify that he belongs to the watery element. If I
    • is symbolised by the solid human skeleton. As long as man had
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    • a somewhat elongated blue oval, situated at the base of the nose, behind
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    • long will it take me to achieve this faculty of spiritual sight? To
    • worry about the knowledge of higher worlds so long we are good men and
    • have moral principles? In the long run no mere preaching of morality
    • Goes his predestined way along,
    • need not involve any great discoveries; they may belong to everyday
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    • finally a stage is reached when the etheric body dissolves no longer.
    • for which we have to be grateful to the body all day long, we shall
    • capacity for enjoyment. To the physical part of a man belongs only the
    • The pleasure and the desire belong to the soul, and they survive after
    • death. But the man no longer has any means of satisfying his desires,
    • with this. You may retort that the suicide who is weary of life no longer
    • How long does a man remain
    • can manifest in spiritualistic seances. It often survives for a long
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    • sky along a particular path, the Ecliptic, and at the beginning of Spring
    • and etheric bodies; these belong to him permanently and he never loses
    • his astral body no longer has this task to perform, and in proportion as
    • long as the lower parts of the astral body are still united to the man,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • communities, are seen as belonging to the universal flow of life. Hence
    • had its beginning at some time long ago. There were as yet no pyramids,
    • advance. The more highly developed a man is, the longer is the time
    • both of them along throughout his life. And then in bad dreams or visions
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • on questions of education will be deeply useful to humanity long before
    • people are clairvoyant, and long before a person attains to direct vision
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • so on which transform the astral body during a long life will produce
    • and more individual and independent; the occult teacher can no longer
    • and panic. These emotions belong to the astral body, and under such
    • you will realise that habits and feelings, which first belong to the
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    • long trial and error could a store of knowledge be built up. All this
    • longer any evil, but that there will also be a race evil by nature,
    • an astral body it would no longer be a plant, but would have to be
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    • longest period of evolution and is the oldest part of the human being;
    • it gradually vanished away, was for a long time invisible, and then
    • are true metamorphoses of the one planet and all the beings that belong
    • of the Sun; it became a fixed star, and is no longer concerned directly
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    • no longer had a physical body, they were still connected with the Earth.
    • They were no longer subject to human needs, but they needed men to rule
    • As long as the two points
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    • leaf, the Indian said: “The Godhead is no longer apparent in the
    • along the path by which humanity sought to return to the Godhead; it
    • culture originated from the clear purpose of Manu. Long before the time
    • bearer of Graeco-Roman culture, was no longer directly influenced by
    • the fifth sub-race, to which we ourselves belong — go very much
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    • thus creates a long dramatic course of events. The dream flashes through
    • dreams you no longer see things which originate in the outer world or
    • Suppose someone had then come along and said: “The lamp is no
    • from the sense-world in sleep, he is unconscious. This is no longer so
    • traits which as an ordinary man he had long ago ceased to exhibit. He may
    • Jesus Himself, for everyone. The feeling of belonging to Christ Jesus,
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    • than any other. The infallibility of the Pope is no longer valid for
    • life. In the long run social life is conditioned by its pattern, its
    • body is no longer so sensitive to the flow of certain subtle currents.
    • life-giving air; otherwise all life would long ago have been destroyed.
    • the most difficult of all. After concentrating for a very long time on an
    • long as you yourself fill your thinking, they cannot come in. The longer
    • will no longer need to prove the reality of Christ Jesus, for he will
    • belongs to him as his own body is. The body then extends far beyond
    • its skin; the pupil is no longer a separate being; he is united with
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    • a long time afterwards those who had made headway in scientific knowledge
    • along different paths, just as at the foot of a mountain there are various
    • must be acquired alongside it.
    • than it does in Eastern training, but it belongs to the Rosicrucian
    • now living as people who belong to some spiritual-theosophical
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    • essential is expressed when it is said: The flame of offering belongs
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    • human being stands before us in a physical body, which has a long
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • own will. Such people pull their physical organism along, as it were,
    • along after them, the person cannot perceive, cannot be active,
    • people as I am describing are not in condition to travel along our
    • used. When they reach the fourth stage, they no longer want advice
    • their value. Otherwise one can no longer differentiate between a
    • saint and a fool, between a madman and a genius, and can no longer
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    • together with some spiritual being. As long as they are in this stage
    • highest stage of the experience. At this highest stage they no longer
    • the other part belonging to it, the balance, the compensation,
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • you have to reckon with movement; so long as you are considering the
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    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • no longer so exact as the time between change of teeth and puberty.
    • longer time to separate off. And one can see a simple fact in
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • last — just as with a knife, one only has it as long as it
    • twenties. Then the world becomes severe. It no longer wants to work
    • gone, some people begin to die off. Some hold on a little longer to
    • when we no longer build our growth out of cosmic forces. Whatever we
    • no longer active and we are not yet active. Between the two
    • physiognomy belongs to pastoral medicine.
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    • along with the symptoms that I indicated. So now if a child worries
    • epileptic symptoms appear. The memory is now no longer expanding into
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • the physical body has become even weaker, along with all the other
    • members, so that earlier karmic forces no longer operate sufficiently
    • of nature. They can no longer manifest as a human being. They live
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
    • now. Look at some of these youth groups. Their very existence belongs
    • belong together. But they must be examined from these two aspects. If
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    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • longer bound merely to a physical healing process, seeking the why
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    • conflict with opinions. As long as natural researchers talk, that is
    • wild,” and then one can no longer go along with what they say.
    • contemporary knowledge, for they will no longer have to reject this
    • that happens along the nerve paths. They are the external, physical
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    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • a differentiated sense world. The sun no longer shines, the stars no
    • longer shine, there is no moonlight. There is no longer a clear
    • perpetually; we cannot help longing for it. The sun element enters
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    • happen in the ego and astral body that do not belong in this
    • belong in that physical-etheric body), when too much spirit is
    • certain knowledge. Those who possess this knowledge obviously belong
    • scattered about. One thing no longer reveals itself as a healing
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
    • about these things is no longer true; it no longer corresponds to
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    • goal that lies at the end of a long perspective, but that can make
    • we wake, we breathe them in again. That is a longer
    • belonging to one great year, a year consisting of days that are human
    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
    • along. We take an umbrella because something could happen that is
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    • today this can no longer be completely understood, still it is an
    • differently because the old methods are no longer suitable for us.
    • fluid, another solid or gaseous. The condition of warmth belongs to
    • think of the divine Trinity. The Father belongs in the most eminent
    • this sense they belong in their waking state to the earth; by their
    • end you are no further along than you were at the beginning. Granted,
    • on this path along which one has to lead one's fellow humans from the
    • Golgotha, the Mystery of Golgotha belongs to it. And then we can say
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    • essential is expressed when it is said: The flame of offering belongs
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    • human being stands before us in a physical body, which has a long
    • the shoulder blade and proceeds along the bones of the arm. This bone
    • own will. Such people pull their physical organism along, as it were,
    • along after them, the person cannot perceive, cannot be active,
    • people as I am describing are not in condition to travel along our
    • used. When they reach the fourth stage, they no longer want advice
    • their value. Otherwise one can no longer differentiate between a
    • saint and a fool, between a madman and a genius, and can no longer
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    • together with some spiritual being. As long as they are in this stage
    • highest stage of the experience. At this highest stage they no longer
    • the other part belonging to it, the balance, the compensation,
    • long as you are considering the scale at this left end of the beam,
    • you have to reckon with movement; so long as you are considering the
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    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • no longer so exact as the time between change of teeth and puberty.
    • longer time to separate off. And one can see a simple fact in
    • teeth, whether one still has them later depends upon how long they
    • last — just as with a knife, one only has it as long as it
    • twenties. Then the world becomes severe. It no longer wants to work
    • gone, some people begin to die off. Some hold on a little longer to
    • when we no longer build our growth out of cosmic forces. Whatever we
    • no longer active and we are not yet active. Between the two
    • physiognomy belongs to pastoral medicine.
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    • along with the symptoms that I indicated. So now if a child worries
    • epileptic symptoms appear. The memory is now no longer expanding into
    • detail, and the inner will-impulses are no longer increasing: now,
    • the physical body has become even weaker, along with all the other
    • members, so that earlier karmic forces no longer operate sufficiently
    • of nature. They can no longer manifest as a human being. They live
    • reveal itself in two ways. In most cases a person brings it along as
    • now. Look at some of these youth groups. Their very existence belongs
    • belong together. But they must be examined from these two aspects. If
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    • spiritual force that did not belong there, that somehow the person
    • incarnation (which in a wider sense belongs to our own time) he was
    • longer bound merely to a physical healing process, seeking the why
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    • conflict with opinions. As long as natural researchers talk, that is
    • wild,” and then one can no longer go along with what they say.
    • contemporary knowledge, for they will no longer have to reject this
    • that happens along the nerve paths. They are the external, physical
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    • striving downward. And if today we were far enough along in
    • a differentiated sense world. The sun no longer shines, the stars no
    • longer shine, there is no moonlight. There is no longer a clear
    • perpetually; we cannot help longing for it. The sun element enters
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    • happen in the ego and astral body that do not belong in this
    • belong in that physical-etheric body), when too much spirit is
    • certain knowledge. Those who possess this knowledge obviously belong
    • scattered about. One thing no longer reveals itself as a healing
    • long as sick people speak of what is going on in their organs, their
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
    • about these things is no longer true; it no longer corresponds to
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    • goal that lies at the end of a long perspective, but that can make
    • we wake, we breathe them in again. That is a longer
    • belonging to one great year, a year consisting of days that are human
    • things were no longer of any interest. People came more and more to
    • along. We take an umbrella because something could happen that is
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    • today this can no longer be completely understood, still it is an
    • differently because the old methods are no longer suitable for us.
    • fluid, another solid or gaseous. The condition of warmth belongs to
    • think of the divine Trinity. The Father belongs in the most eminent
    • this sense they belong in their waking state to the earth; by their
    • end you are no further along than you were at the beginning. Granted,
    • on this path along which one has to lead one's fellow humans from the
    • Golgotha, the Mystery of Golgotha belongs to it. And then we can say
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    • never forget belongs to an entirely different world — a world
    • is rooted in the supersensible, and although we can go a long way
    • seen with the outward eye. So long as one connects the words
    • souls in the mighty word B'reschit? Where does it belong?
    • which did not belong to them, but which they were able to achieve by
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    • earth evolution means that the light, which it still had so long as
    • of light. In the earth evolution that is no longer the case. The
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    • it was because at that time men no longer knew anything of what
    • concomitant conditions. So long as our terrestrial substance was
    • still united with the solar substance, so long as the sunlight did
    • longer lost, no longer inwardly shrivelled, but on the contrary he
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    • show in the long run that this is so. As to Saturn's state of warmth,
    • belong?
    • identifying the seven days of creation with longer or shorter periods
    • “day” of creation signify some longer period of time.
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    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • long, long time.
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    • astral worlds, in a higher sense also belongs to the sphere of
    • passed through their lower stages of evolution in a long distant
    • rose emerges again. Even if the rose no longer remained by him, the
    • Will, who have laboured so long in this earth element to build up the
    • longer to build up and densify the earth element than the watery.
    • fantasy. So long as these concepts are merely used as calculating
    • existence of atoms, as envisaged today, to be real. So long as atoms
    • water, Beings belonging to the hierarchy of the Cherubim are at work.
    • member of the hierarchical order, say of the Elohim; so long as they
    • longer seven, but a sevenfold whole. We can now speak of an
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    • there outside us, and that our inwardness exists alongside them,
    • Beings whom we speak of as belonging to this or that hierarchy had
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    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • astral body, with the activity of the starry world, which belongs
    • does not make contact with the earth, he still belongs to the more
    • — so long as we believe that a man of flesh and blood was
    • belonging not to the ground, but to the periphery of the earth.
    • there was no longer any consciousness that the Bible is a record of
    • like that. Today it is very easy to criticise the Bible, as long as
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    • the spiritual Beings who belong to it — had to withdraw from
    • astrally. While, so long as the sun remained with the earth,
    • into its periphery so long as the moon remained with it. So it came
    • belonging to our solar system, each according to the stage of his
    • all with the eye of the seer one realises that along with what
    • being at that time belonged to the part of man which today withdraws
    • it belonged to the astral being of man. It is the forces working in
    • beneficial. Why was it that they had nevertheless to remain along
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    • tradition no longer matter, because knowledge of the truth enables
    • regards his external form, man belongs to the highest stage of the
    • longer devoted to the creation of man. That part of the Elohim which
    • will no longer have the Bible. If we could go on longer, we should be
    • into being, forming their physical bodies below, man had already long
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    • detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse entered into
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • experience of what men at that time could no longer receive in the
    • materialism. Even theology has no longer any knowledge of the nature
    • was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as man beholds
    • matters that are most sacred for him — for he ought no longer to
    • Easter runs along the lines of old habits of thought; they use the old
    • the same renunciation in the same formula to which they have long been
    • culture is due to the fact that we ourselves are no longer in earnest
    • materialistic outlook we have long ago ceased caring whether or not we
    • belong together; they cannot possibly exist side by side. And the
    • earth. He no longer feels that he is himself united with those
    • its grave and when ideals and works of culture will no longer send
    • bringing together in their thought the things that essentially belong
    • not need to ‘think together’ the things that belong together. They
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    • Such a conviction was no longer within man's immediate reach at the
    • longer. Knowledge of the spirit-and-soul was to be sought in a
    • immediately perceptible in this physical frame, a being who belongs to
    • was so no longer, and it was therefore necessary for men to turn to
    • Christians to-day is no longer Christianity. Thus in the
    • of people neither scripture nor tradition have importance any longer.
    • not here.” At that time He was no longer there, because men had
    • long refrained, people even brought themselves to exercise a certain
    • senseless, because blood-relationship is no longer a factor of any
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    • the human soul. The longings and questionings that will arise
    • as long as humanity was divided into regional civilisations which knew
    • elementary beliefs, long since outgrown by those who have grasped the
    • wisdom belonging to mankind as one whole and springing from one Divine
    • realisation belongs to future time.
    • everything belonging to him, is verily not a human being. Lucifer and
    • religions on the earth can belong to Buddha the great
    • and all religions can belong to Christ, the Divine Power.
    • over the globe as the science of the Spirit belonging to all men in
    • purpose of a sword is no longer known — it has been replaced by
    • knowledge, “for men no longer understood it! Once upon a time
    • Long since 'tis hidden by its sheath of roses;
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    • longer here.
    • Who could no longer be comprehended in His spiritual nature but in His
    • fell from the Buddha's lips as long before the Mystery of
    • no longer a living reality — comes to an end on the Cross. We
    • no longer here.”
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    • belonging to these worlds came down in a spiritual manner to the men
    • primeval man in his dream-pictures belonged, in reality, to a waking
    • Now to these divine Teachers belongs the host of beings connected
    • Christ Who indeed belongs to those worlds whence the ancient Teachers
    • instinctive clairvoyance were still practising yoga. But it is a long
    • has a fleeting experience belonging to some elemental reality of
    • structure and in it no longer has a separate existence. In the
    • longer there independently. In the crude materiality, the spiritual is
    • grandeur in it. If we are to understand these things we must no longer
    • was retained, the Church could no longer interpret it. The Mass,
    • human longings are reaching out for a deeper knowledge of the Mystery
    • of Golgotha. And that longing can be satisfied only through spiritual
    • which he sets out to prove that this modern theology is no longer
    • of this there is springing up the human longing to learn something
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    • Mysteries, in times long before Christianity had spread over the
    • “Ring of the Nibelungs,” and, walking along the streets, the
    • from the inspiration belonging to the world of saga and legend. For
    • outer objects, belonging to the mineral-, plant-, animal- and
    • although these are no longer expressions of the inmost spiritual
    • around him realities that henceforth were no longer merely preserved
    • consciousness. Man is no longer able to see into the innermost nature
    • man's consciousness in the Post-Atlantean epoch could no longer
    • between the spiritual worlds and mankind when men are no longer able
    • longer experience spiritual reality. Thus was the spiritual life
    • body has loosened he will no longer be able to rely on remembrances of
    • “He Whom thou seekest is no longer here! The grave is empty and
    • In times when men will have long since ceased to need the teachings
    • will no longer require religion in order to believe in gods whom they
    • Their reality will have already paled long before man's existence on
    • when the formal religions have long ceased to be necessary, mankind
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    • wait for long ages before being transported by the miraculous fire
    • God?” Those who belonged to the Hebrew Mysteries knew that it was
    • belonging to the earth, and through his thoughts he experiences a
    • As long as the ‘I’ of man, with its physical expression in the
    • the physical body, is the miraculous cosmic fire no longer
    • of what it means to live no longer within its own narrow, personal
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    • divine-spiritual forces would no longer have been able to raise men
    • along
    • love” can no longer be suffering; for there is nothing that we do
    • attain that for which we yearn” can no longer be suffering, for
    • longer suffer because of what they are compelled to renounce; for if
    • renunciation is no longer suffering.
    • etheric body of Jesus of Nazareth, and they needed no longer the
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    • friend and biographer of the poet, Christian Morgenstern. Not long
    • times will no longer do so in the sixth culture-epoch which is to
    • longer based on the concept of race — that concept will have lost
    • “The ages of faith are long past; they were fit for mankind in
    • To-day people must have knowledge of everything and should no longer
    • of the forces belonging to the etheric body; for the etheric body is
    • longer abstain from approaching the spiritual world — a saying
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    • people no longer have any real knowledge. To-day modern men generally
    • remind them of him. But, quite a long time — many, many months
    • still on earth, and how keen was his longing to be in a physical body.
    • This desire, working as a force in the soul, lasted on for a long,
    • long time during his Kamaloka.
    • interpretation would have been: “Our son is longing just now for
    • matters more deeply — we can no longer regard its pictures as
    • things can be described from many different sides, we shall no longer
    • belonging to the childish stage of human evolution.” It may well
    • future this must be added — that as we advance, it will no longer
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    • with you again after long absence, let our first thoughts be once more
    • After a long absence I am able to be again in your midst, and I should
    • belonging entirely to the animal-evolution. Certainly, there are such
    • man has to pass between death and rebirth is much, much longer than
    • longer time between death and rebirth. For in reality, it will occur
    • this being has previously passed a long time in the spiritual world
    • one thing that we have long known.
    • through the soul-world; a life lasting longer than that shorter life
    • the spiritual world. For one may look for a very long time, and the
    • long, long labour, and is accomplished by means of forces of the
    • the day-aspect. How long does that last approximately? Now remember
    • does not accomplish the long work of destruction, which he might have
    • assistance, which can no longer be given by one who dies in later
    • the whole life so runs its course that the longer we live in the
    • different. He no longer beholds that wherein he himself was before
    • longer such a direct vision, but even from then to the thirty-fifth
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    • belongs to those whom we have to reckon to-day as the
    • Fraulein Stinde belongs to those who are certainly known to the
    • greater number of our friends. She belongs to those who have grasped
    • the help of those no longer assailed from the physical plane, those
    • who have no longer to consider the limits of the physical plane. If we
    • consciousness that those who formerly belonged to us, are still our
    • peoples belonging to the Roman Empire, we must say that the wars which
    • all the forces which may be expressed as an intense longing in the now
    • reach what he himself most longs for. To attain this he must undergo
    • fashion the human body to this end. That requires a much longer time,
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    • has come in which we no longer know very much of spiritual processes
    • and Rebirth’), something becomes important which for a long
    • belonging to the spiritual hierarchies, Angels, Archangels, and so on.
    • world nature is no longer there. For man, there only exists in the
    • earthly life, but in such a way that, as a higher soul, one longs that
    • destined for a long life, and were forcibly cut off. So that there is
    • have been able for a long time to develop the faculty of maintaining
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    • continually bear firmly in mind that man, so long as he lives within
    • longer here, past events, events which as reality we can no longer
    • meet with in the external world, for they belong to the past. If we
    • not only does the longing of souls incarnated here ascend to the
    • longer in the physical world, there is created for the dead something
    • those no longer in this world. It signified a great deal, when in
    • not live in this, does not belong to this life of ours, but lives in
    • belongs to us, a Being of the Hierarchy of the Angels, our Guardian
    • Spirit of ours sees the whole connection. For a long time there has
    • persons who have a sort of longing, a sort of passion to order their
    • approach this man.’ It seems incomprehensible; and only a long
    • long. If these people have to sit down in the evening to read these
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    • belongs; to which he belongs with the concealed parts of his being,
    • the gate of death. This region belongs to that ruling consciousness,
    • various standpoints), it is evident that in humanity a certain longing
    • scientific life and elsewhere, which show how this longing lives at
    • he long to see the child again. Markus Freund obstinately denied
    • accused had been a long time in prison. Now the following occurred:
    • precisely so did the long-forgotten Markus Freund come before his mind
    • Freund, who was imprisoned for a long time. During the night between
    • noticed that he could no longer remember certain things which formerly
    • then changed his civilian attire for his uniform, and for a long time
    • further, or to live any longer. I have condemned myself to the
    • arguments have long been known. But beneath these logical reasons is
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    • our souls, this Saga which belongs to bygone centuries; which has been
    • and can no longer find anything which is not given by the mannequin.
    • For I no longer see merely the image in the mirror, but through the
    • when he no longer believes what these accidental senses can give. A
    • refine one's ideas, and to evolve higher. And he certainly no longer
    • This ‘journeying along the path of knowledge,’ this constant
    • believes it knows it, but in reality it knows it no longer. And the
    • to the above description, and not follow along those lines of thought,
    • Festival of Christmas, almost in mid-winter, during the longest nights
    • lanterns along the well-known paths, from the snow mountains and
    • with light, gently scintillating, and traversing long stretches of the
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    • the latter it is distributed outside along the spine until it spreads
    • independent ego and the snake belong together. Thus an awareness of
    • part of the world each single one of his organs belongs. The old
    • along the path of my own evolution. Without these kingdoms I could not
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    • At first it is undifferentiated, so long as man has not yet worked
    • caves of Kentucky they no longer needed their eyesight but only
    • perceive through the organs, which however are no longer there. If
    • his organs, Kamaloka would no longer exist for him. In Devachan
    • He must observe this for as long as is needed for it to reach a
    • entire etheric body, Devachan is no longer necessary. This is the case
    • etheric body when one is certain that he no longer brings anything of
    • inner activity he cannot remain long enough in Devachan. If someone
    • sufficiently long time in Devachan, in order to avoid too early
    • of the West. What throughout long periods of time had its function as
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    • organ. This is for a plant the sense of gravity. This sense belongs
    • at it long enough and let it work upon us quite exclusively there
    • then no longer needs to enter into a physical body, no longer needs to
    • on the human soul by the sagas, as long as man in earlier times could
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    • brought about by oscillating electricity no longer requiring wires.
    • carbon; it will then be like a soft diamond. Then one will no longer
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    • ear and speech, essentially belong together. Sound as it manifests is
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    • belongs: 1. receptive elemental beings; 2. man as a receptive and
    • which man belongs. Man, as he is at present is a developing being who
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    • existed as it is now. We must understand that man belongs to the great
    • consciousness on the mental plane. Those who were no longer physically
    • is no longer any consciousness of the Beyond. Social democracy is the
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    • vanished for all eternity. Caesar's advance can no longer be seen in
    • The greatest impulses of world history can however no longer be read
    • remain at a still higher level, no longer in the Ether, but in the
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    • contemplation of physical things belongs more to the Ego. One must
    • comprehended the entire physical world we should no longer need it,
    • again; this engenders the longing for new incarnations. How long the
    • has learned everything in the physical world no longer needs to leave
    • the Arupa Plane, no longer needs to return to the Physical Plane, for
    • In regard to his astral being, man today still half belongs to the
    • planes does he no longer dream and no longer sleep, but he then
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    • are worked upon. In regard to what belongs to the brain and spinal
    • to be dependent on the support of the Deva forces. As long as the ego
    • has not permeated the entire astral body, so long must the Deva forces
    • substance is radiated into the astral impulses. As long as thinking is
    • of etheric substance surrounded by astral substance. Along the paths
    • longer there the corpse has no further relation to the ego. Then the
    • Devas. When he develops further he sojourns for a progressively longer
    • although he no longer has organs bringing him into connection with
    • must break himself from this longing for the outer-world. Kamaloka
    • does not actually belong to normal development; it is only a stage
    • where habits must be relinquished. It is because man can no longer
    • satisfy his wishes, because he no longer has organs for the physical
    • physical body. For this reason the longing for the physical body is
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    • towards religion and still believe in the Gods, no longer have any
    • Archai belonging to the Third Rank of the Hierarchies.
    • a human being. A masculine and a feminine incarnation belong together.
    • people were banished and apparently no longer had any visible
    • and the bad. In the Fifth Round there will no longer be a mineral
    • people. The physical body belongs to the single human being; the
    • astral body on the other hand already belongs to a group. In one part
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    • retain their existence after death. Such things belong just as much to
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    • but they no longer know that thereby formative forces work on the
    • to which Piety belonged, the astral body, and through Power the
    • knowledge. On the other hand we have not fulfilled our mission as long
    • because we ourselves have made it, which therefore belongs to our
    • Through Vedana something quite new again arises, that is, longing for
    • belong together:
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    • feelings, belong also to his past, become his Karma. We look into a
    • then no longer draw his impulses from the usual sources. The mood
    • for then what he says would have to belong to himself alone. A
    • the spoken word. Thought is no longer, as with language, different
    • among the different peoples, but belongs to the whole of humanity.
    • there is no purely personal speech. Speech belongs to a group. Thought
    • on the other hand belongs to the whole of humanity. Here we have a
    • world will be there in which our entire thinking no longer lives
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    • which he no longer thinks merely abstractly, but at all times has his
    • have to consider everything which belongs in any way to Imagination.
    • What we perceive around us will no longer be there when we appear
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    • longer have any further development on the Earth. It formed, as a
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    • this life-energy. Because it belonged to a separate being it densifies
    • in that he seeks the ego in the community. It belongs to the function
    • body cannot satisfy them. As long as one lives on the physical plane
    • from forming judgements as long as possible.
    • long as the materialistic culture has not yet affected them. This is
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    • dwell much longer with our mental imagery on the plant, for we must
    • this takes longer than in the case of the mineral. One must look at
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    • long as these are retained the body is held together; when the various
    • immortality. From that time on, the astral body no longer dies but
    • but the more peace is established, so much the longer is the time in
    • can sojourn there for a long time; if not, for a short time only. In
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    • it. A Moon-day therefore lasted as long as a half year does today.
    • longer able to reproduce themselves; thus in the Lemurian Age the two
    • his manner of working. He created man and woman. What could no longer
    • longer he remains in Devachan the more of this can he develop. He must
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    • Asia. A primeval Southern Asiatic population dwelt there long, long
    • belong the following Sub-Races: Firstly the Rmoahals, secondly the
    • the astral Globe no longer floats somewhere or other in heavenly space
    • he goes through a longer sleeping condition. He is enriched and can
    • first go through a longer Pralaya. This longer Pralaya is however not
    • dissolution belongs to a Round. Seven such Rounds are called a
    • last Moon-Round and the first Earth-Round there was a long Pralaya
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    • existed on the Moon — a picture consciousness. Man no longer
    • evolution. Now however one can no longer be satisfied with mere
    • substance. They direct astral substance along these figures. The Third
    • belonging to the Third Elementary Kingdom. The plant reflects the form
    • In the Fifth Round, the plastic-astral man will no longer need to
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    • were standing on future Jupiter we should no longer see Saturn, but in
    • no longer be a plant kingdom; man will then allow living thoughts
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    • belongs to the physical plane.
    • substance that is woven out of the beings which belong to Agni.
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    • common. One will no longer work for one's personal existence, but will
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    • other than a retrogression, the longstanding conservatism of the
    • Now we will try to survey somewhat longer periods of time. We know
    • a condition where life in the same form was no longer possible. The
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    • of the plants, belongs to the Sun. Formerly their growth inclined
    • Root-Race, in the last third, there will no longer be a physical body.
    • far as he no longer takes his nourishment from Nature, but gains it
    • What belongs to the future is as yet unformed and naturally
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    • Gita no longer give any real picture of the mighty conceptions of the
    • was no longer so with the next, the (ancient) Persian Race. In the
    • Fifth [Fourth] Sub-Race, who had long been prepared in the shelter of the
    • derived. This we have as the Fourth Sub-Race, for there belong to it
    • Stranger’, someone who does not really belong; ‘Galilee’ means a small
    • civilisation for as long as the Fifth Period of Culture was being
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    • which kingdom they belong, then in all kingdoms I must presuppose the
    • spiritual science, there is a long, long path. But this feeling is a
    • a long time man has had to wait in the course of his existence before
    • wrong way to work, they have been indulging for a long time in
    • that they belong to heredity. Take the hermit crab as an example.
    • heredity, because they do not belong to the species or genus. In what
    • does not belong to heredity, in faculties that remain capable of
    • not conditioned by the species or genus, but belongs to the
    • experiences the species to which he belongs as a human being; this he
    • the spirit do not belong to his organs; this is something that man
    • the consequence is that he can no longer directly adhere to what is
    • think, but the brain is no longer able to participate. Then the
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    • soul that which belongs to the species, and because this is
    • individual; whereas in the animal it is what belongs to the species
    • apart from what is said, there belongs to what flashes from man to
    • But imagine it was no longer kept in reserve for individual life but
    • we shall be able to admit that in man what belongs to the soul does
    • no longer in a developed state and not apparent, through this alone
    • emancipated himself from what belongs to the body and is able to
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    • initiates, after they had undergone a long period of preparation
    • stream out into the cosmos. But he no longer feels that the rays of
    • his will could carry his questions out into the cosmos; they no longer
    • longer passionately eager for knowledge; we are merely inquisitive and
    • gradually reaches a stage in his development at which he no longer
    • A modern philosopher would hardly be prepared to wait as long as
    • if he has carried out the preparatory exercises for a long enough time
    • — wait often for a long, long while, until at last all that he
    • into a region where space has an end, where one can no longer speak in
    • and along this pathway, but moving in the other direction, the souls
    • being of man himself. We shall then no longer say thoughtlessly:
    • shall no longer be able to look with indifference on a plant, let us
    • longer prepare a pathway for the emanations of will streaming upwards
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    • along the waves of the moon's light.
    • thought-element which flow along the lines of light together with
    • our solar system, had long since passed away, that the space it
    • existence. As long as our solar system is there, this future nebula
    • They sent their questions towards the Sun along the streams of the
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    • from one aspect. As long as we endeavour to acquire knowledge as the
    • meaning for him. As long as the words of human language have to be
    • longer is so. For in truth it must be said: Here we look
    • The point is no longer a point, it is dispersed.
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    • animal and human kingdoms belong to it, just as muscles, blood and so
    • on belong to the human skeleton.
    • existence, to plant-existence. We must see how what belongs to the
    • particular way in which plant-life, the whole plant-world, belongs to
    • everything that belongs to this slate-substance keeps the
    • organism keep, as it were, within their confines everywhere; along
    • enter freely everywhere. Along the nitrogen-line in the human body the
    • which appears as a terminal product, no longer radioactive, and this
    • You know that the air which belongs to the immediate surroundings of
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    • something connected with the deepest longings of man's soul and with
    • to what we call eternity, for which man's soul must constantly long.
    • longer possible in later epochs of mankind, with the divine spiritual
    • belonging to the soul and to illustrate it by means of the following
    • when prolonged thought about things is necessary, and when one must
    • can no longer get at what one must know since mobility in the physical
    • it be — we may well long for this — with Goethe when once he
    • Then, insofar as what belongs to the earth is spiritual, these human
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    • experience the deepest longing to discover the nature of the worlds
    • longing after eternity is satisfied by one or other of the religious
    • long as these interpretations are confined to the world of the senses.
    • belongs to the many wonderful mysteries of the creative activity of
    • knowledge belonging to the material world. This description of the
    • is nevertheless absolutely true of the part of man that belongs to
    • having desires, longings, emotions, he does not look at the being
    • had taken some imperfection belonging to his character with him out of
    • faculty lacking, has an actual effect. It guides a man along a certain
    • longer be applied when we ascend into super-sensible worlds. Indeed,
    • there are manifold reasons why these conceptions can no longer be used
    • features may be different, but they belong to the same world as far as
    • language of the super-sensible world, it will no longer seem natural
    • sensory existence in order to enter a world where it no longer has any
    • belongs to those beings who, to a certain extent, have taken part in
    • Who to thy time and to thy kind belong ...
    • belongs to the rank of archangels. The meeting actually takes place,
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    • ideas gained in our last lecture along with others if we are to
    • already touched upon the longings that play into this life. Among them
    • is a longing to know what man really is within the limits of birth and
    • death, the longing to issue forth from what may be called the darkness
    • that can be mentioned as belonging to man's sensory existence, he can
    • life of my senses, what at long last, actually remains of me? Is there
    • of himself over and above his longing for immortality, he has a
    • longing to keep hold of what he has loved in sense existence. His
    • that one rushes headlong into the unreal and the vague; everything
    • not observe the awakening of his physical body. But what belongs to
    • still belongs to it. But when one makes one's way into the astral
    • has now become objective and no longer subjective. I am looking at it
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    • the spiritual world, we can no longer make this distinction. In the
    • life, as long as this form comes before you like an interpenetration
    • of the hierarchies and feels oneself to belong there. But this living
    • you can no longer distinguish the thought from yourself and that you
    • One can imagine, therefore, a being belonging to a higher hierarchical
    • the spiritual world and all that belongs there.” It is wonderful
    • feeling that the word “then” can no longer justifiably be
    • movement, always moving, never staying still. The longing you have is,
    • longing for time; this experience of eternal becoming, this becoming
    • that is its own surety, and the longing, “Ah, if only one could
    • because that belongs to the first stages on the path to initiation.
    • saying, “I have a longing for what is transitory, for existence
    • view — above the astral world, it is natural for us no longer to
    • experience that appears there as a longing for temporal life is echoed
    • in the longing for eternity. The interplay of actually experienced
    • longing for eternity, arises because of the penetration of our world
    • is there. It is no longer correct if we wish to apply the standpoint
    • diverse beings. In the higher worlds there is no longer any sense in
    • long for the passing moment.” If you now turn to the book,
    • longing for eternity? Again, in respect to what is Luciferic, you have
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    • individually, what belongs most deeply to his ego-hood. But in all
    • of value in sensory existence is the power that belongs to Ahriman. To
    • belongs to the obligations of the Guardian of the Threshold that
    • then arrange everything in such a way that, impelled by this longing
    • super-sensible life no longer has validity. Therefore, if we are to
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    • a criticism but because it is true of the men who belong to such
    • worked. Did He belong to any particular nation? He was born in an
    • racial initiates, here they turned to One Who belonged to no people,
    • image back to you. Your face is there all the way along, but you only
    • At length, however, you come to an earlier time when you can no longer
    • could no longer either speak or write, were men only to build further
    • upon what they already have — I myself being no longer present
    • so long together we can take such feelings away with us, our souls
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    • for to the inner life of man belong not only the three realms we have
    • ourselves into touch with the outer world belongs also to our inner
    • interiorise the outer world; it furnishes something which belongs to
    • belong to this intention. If he succeeds at all, he steers straight
    • of his entire mental outlook. As long as we are in the body we look
    • longer provides us with thoughts, but one feels as if poured out into
    • stars all in motion, to which one belongs oneself. Then one knows:
    • reality! As long as we are on the physical plane we think that this
    • longer within us, but outside — and what is outside us, so long
    • really belongs with one's inner being and into which one enters
    • Cosmos, within the divine world. As long as we are in our physical
    • body we gaze around us; there we see the beings belonging to the
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    • longer sees the spirit-world, he is a sense body, where Spirits watch
    • pictures which do not belong to our experience like the ideas in
    • practice in calling forth long-forgotten memories — and this
    • belong to the physical plane. Now for every one who truly wishes to
    • it is which gives man his value. We might say that as long as a human
    • longer we live within the second half of the time between death and
    • that our spiritual teachers, who belong to the higher hierarchies,
    • for us to become more and more as men, along the path to the distant
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    • belonging to the various hierarchies whom we know to be connected
    • Beings belonging to the sun and planetary system pressed out from
    • Imagination; so that to the people belonging to the ancient Egyptian
    • much more strongly. To-day this can no longer be the case; but there
    • for His consciousness consisted in His thoughts. And the longing
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    • able for a very long time to think of seeing clairvoyantly for
    • compensation in the spiritual world, belongs to the picture of the
    • illness as much as the swing of a pendulum to one side belongs to the
    • belong. This is a point which shows that everywhere, even in the
    • follow in due course, but which emerges as a free act alongside the
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    • the physical plane that part of his being which belongs to that
    • plane. What belongs to the physical plane is consigned to the
    • can no longer express itself in the mortal residue; but to the man
    • solid, material earth, to see there the beings belonging to the
    • tableau as long as we have the power under normal conditions to keep
    • awake in the physical body. It does not depend upon how long we once
    • overcoming him, in another case it may be that he can hold out longer
    • tell us how long it is since they were formed. Time becomes space: it
    • belongs to our feeling and our will. In the first lecture I mentioned
    • that all that belongs to the spheres of our feeling and our will is
    • the soul must, however, be overcome. As long as these are not fully
    • we really have a desire for our body. We absolutely long for our
    • because we are living in the physical body. When the soul no longer
    • been associated, neither do we find the Beings belonging to the
    • we no longer have within us the creative soul-force enabling us to
    • develops within us the longing for a positive creative power; for
    • longing to have an outer world again. And so different are the
    • that whereas in the physical world longing is the most passive force
    • (when there is something for which we long, this something is what
    • There, longing is a creative force; it transforms itself into
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    • is least. We begin to long for action and we look back at our past
    • religions and societies to which one has belonged. After 'midnight
    • for an outer world, the Holy Ghost fills our longing into a
    • spiritual darkness surrounds us. We said also that the longing for
    • the outer world again becomes active within us, that this longing
    • may attain in the future. And after we have lived for a time longer
    • and the impulse which makes us long for it — yet makes us cry
    • belonged in such a way that they reveal to him certain things he must
    • Long, long before the human being
    • importance which I mentioned in the last lecture. When our longing
    • our longing into a kind of soul-light. Up to this point we must keep
    • existence inharmonious. Long before the Midnight Hour we should have
    • longing to see itself in its past and recognise its value. Spiritual
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    • contribution which other persons, perhaps long dead or far distant,
    • Everyone, as soon as he is twenty, wants to belong to some corporate
    • consciousness belonging to our age. We can strive for clear insight,
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    • alongside the other realms. This realm will include the upbringing of
    • fellowship belongs in a sense to the Christ Impulse. That is the
    • essential thing — the Christ Impulse belongs not to single men
    • than ourselves — souls which have to wait longer, one may say,
    • includes only those things which belong wholly to the life between
    • true that the being of man belongs not only to earthly but to
    • religious formulae are no longer used, but the outcome of present-day
    • who are striving along the path of spiritual science are specially
    • longer speak in such a way that our speech is an inward lie. Then we
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    • “that in our life this very longing strives to find expression
    • desires and the longings of our spirit are the deepest and final
    • for long ages the crystal retains, quite of itself, its existing
    • no longer the same degree of reality that it had while it was planted
    • nature: anything in nature which no longer has full reality, such as
    • through long periods.
    • belongs to super-sensible life, the more it merely embodies purely
    • precisely in it’s seeking to comprise only what belongs to our
    • life between birth and death, only what belongs to our most external
    • — in recent centuries no one has spoken any longer of these
    • who belonged to the leading classes — the former leading
    • long time. That is literally what was said, by the statesmen of
    • of the social question, as it has long been called. Because people
    • Trotsky.” Now, I can tell you of a Bolshevist who is no longer
    • unfits us for developing a social way of thinking. Along the
    • seen any longer in the right light. I have often pointed out how in
    • healthy, so that spiritual capacities are no longer enabled to take
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    • things we really must reach clarity. You see, dear Friends, along the
    • a to b so that it does not go along the line a
    • — b but along the line, or the two lines, a — c
    • should be pulling the object along in such a way that it eventually
    • there, before we can speak of a parallelogram of forces? So long as
    • mechanics, of atoms and molecules; indeed, for a long time they
    • Nature into those realms that are no longer accessible to
    • that the old view will serve no longer. No doubt they are still
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    • those among you who may no longer recall it from your school days can
    • greater or it may be smaller. So long as we go no farther than to
    • its path. Let us call s the length of the path, all along
    • on long enough you will lose consciousness. You may conclude that the
    • little farther and you will no longer be so remote from understanding
    • consciousness. This is no longer so when we encounter what we have
    • extent, we can bear it no longer. What underlies it is the same in
    • of light, passing along here, is caught on the opposite wall. We now
    • longer simply penetrate to the opposite wall and there produce a
    • you see that the patch of light is no longer down there, where it was
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    • felt the theory did not make sense. He was no longer minded to send
    • primary phenomenon. We are no longer seeing the original phenomenon
    • more force; due to the longer path at the edge, more force is taken
    • retina. Of this we can no longer say that it is like any external
    • longer see the colours. You are no doubt seeing a uniform grey. So we
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    • have the following phenomenon: Looking along here, I see what would
    • through space was seriously shaken before long by other physicists
    • alongside the darkness you will have a patch of light so much the
    • materialistic way. Bombarding little balls of matter would no longer
    • Such waves are “longitudinal”. For light, this notion
    • According to the physicists who think along these lines, they will in
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    • only so long, however, as the light impinges on it. The same
    • that lasts longer. For it is Fluorescence when the chlorophyll, for
    • instance, shines with a reddish light so long as it is exposed to
    • coloured so long as we illumine it. The second is Phosphorescence: we
    • But now we set to work and think. We no longer envisage the quick
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    • us, making us give of ourselves. So at long last we are led to say:
    • adding something to the given fact; you are no longer purely and
    • that there is also another way, namely no longer to think of the
    • entity, — if I describe the different items so that they belong
    • belongs? Or is it in itself a whole? Even then, in the last resort,
    • longer be. Our need is therefore to give up looking at Nature in the
    • been. First a hypothesis is set up: something belonging to the
    • oblige us no longer to believe in the undulating ether. And when
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    • only see the shadow; you will still see it green. You no longer see
    • with, my dear Friends, along with all the other phenomena which we
    • permanently fixed colour, it stays as long as we create the
    • these things will lead you no longer to look for the contrast,
    • all their aspects, can in the long run fail to admit that we are in
    • hands in — not for long, only to test it. Then put your left
    • being” is at long last referred to — described in some
    • longer the ether; it is external physical matter, namely air. Our
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    • place in ‘longitudinal’ waves, as they are called. This
    • people no longer even notice how they sail off into materialistic
    • so long as you separate these two. The two belong together; this is
    • now been pointing out will lead us presently along a most important
    • however, my dear Friends, we shall no longer be able to conceive as
    • space along certain lines, of which an image was there. So have the
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    • of an electric current along a wire will cause a current to arise
    • same of electricity; the waves had only to be imagined long by
    • through the wire: along a portion of its path we have been able, as
    • itself, such as it is; it can no longer hide in the wire! Observe
    • the tube has reached a state no longer merely gaseous but beyond
    • along its hidden paths. They had naturally hoped to find waves, but
    • flowing along here, but in its movement and in relation to other
    • They no longer had names enough for all the different kinds! They
    • longer. It presently reveals itself to be helium for instance
    • — an altogether different substance. Thus we no longer have
    • mere movement, space and time. We are including what is no longer
    • warmth belongs — to a high degree at least, if not entirely
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    • was no longer possible to hold fast to the old wave-theories. The
    • distant pole, and is no longer able as it were to conceal its
    • go along here; here they are stopped by the cross; the shadow of
    • different from what it was before. We have to do no longer with
    • ideas, into his very thinking. Unable any longer to think the
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • a triangle add up to 180° exactly, it is no longer so when I
    • will no longer be 180°, but may be larger. That is to say,
    • century thinking went a long way in this direction, especially
    • things do not directly belong to one-another. They belong as
    • unfold when half-asleep belongs directly to the outer things which
    • these rays and radiations, belonging as they do to the science of
    • is along these lines that physical science should now seek to
    • calculus of probabilities. Along these lines it is permissible to
    • where it no longer works.
    • your thinking, with your forming of ideas, no longer fully
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    • something belonging to the outer world is concealed by our
    • man passes into a state in which he no longer knows anything about the
    • large vessel, let us say in a basin of water, the drop would no longer
    • But in sleep there is another factor of importance. As long as a man
    • a certain reality. The existence of a world can be denied only as long
    • someone behind a wall, this can be denied as long as no knocking can
    • be heard; if there is knocking, commonsense can no longer deny it.
    • produces effects we can no longer speak of a non-reality.
    • belong, during sleep, to the Macrocosm. In waking life the Ego and
    • astral body belong to the Microcosm that is enclosed within the skin.
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    • to sleep will feel that he can now no longer exercise the same control
    • belonging to him. Impressions from outside are made upon his senses,
    • long as a man is given up to the outer world; it receives the
    • Consciousness-Soul. For example: As long as I am simply looking at
    • I avert my gaze and no longer see the flowers but only think about
    • And now we will think of a series of phenomena which belong to a quite
    • other planets belonging to the solar system. What is said in treatises
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    • soul is weak, insignificant, and has still an infinitely long path to
    • long is the path that leads towards perfection. Such is the training
    • proving himself victorious over pain and suffering for a long, long
    • the Sun and connects it with the other bodies belonging to the solar
    • certain way what belongs to our solar system. We can look up to the
    • of outer Nature. He learnt to feel with great intensity, no longer
    • developed the faculty of seeing the Sun no longer as the dazzling
    • what could at one time be undergone by individuals belonging to an
    • man is no longer capable of undergoing because he has now risen from
    • Now when guided by such principles, a man sets out along the path
    • to one who has undergone due preparation and is making his way along
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    • physical body when the etheric body is no longer working in it. The
    • possible as the result of a patient and prolonged approach from every
    • forces which have streamed into it the whole night long; and that what
    • into us all night long what must descend with us into our inner being.
    • that they no longer need to receive strength from the Macrocosm; they
    • man no longer broods but works actively at his own self. This
    • experience can take a twofold form. As long as we are only aware of it
    • manhood, but in the future these Cosmic Powers will no longer suffice.
    • Along the path to be described tomorrow we shall encounter spiritual
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    • to time to information belonging to the higher regions of spiritual
    • conditions belonging to his previous incarnations. This can and does
    • independently. To go further along the path leading into the inner
    • In modern civilisation it is no longer right to take the path leading
    • attempt to progress independently along his own path of knowledge but
    • were going back many, many years, a span of time very much longer than
    • was moving backwards along the line of his ancestors — not as if
    • connected with these attributes long before his birth. If we were to
    • was also revealed to him that the human being spends a long time
    • body; it then becomes evident to him that the etheric body has a long
    • history behind it. Long, long before entering existence through birth,
    • quite as long as the period he previously lived through until he
    • that moment, for one who is initiated, there is no longer any doubt
    • impossible to make real progress as long as there remains any shred of
    • life between birth and death. As long as a man still calls anything
    • through long periods of time, during which man has been passing
    • consequent insistence on freedom are no longer suitable, we shall
    • assert itself for its own selfish aims. Long speeches may be made
    • intensity: Now you are no longer yourself; you have become a different
    • man finds his way through methods belonging to the modern path of
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    • comparable with ecstasy. This is no longer part of the modern methods
    • — although not for long. In the case of those who were to become
    • he belongs, the first stage of the Macrocosm, the Elementary World, is
    • perceives this world, no doubt any longer exists for him that
    • world. Only as long as he is aware of nothing except the physical
    • the man who penetrates into the Elementary World there can no longer
    • were laid along his path. But by overcoming these dangers his soul was
    • longer imposed, nor are they necessary, because other paths are
    • When the candidate in those ancient Mysteries, after long experiences
    • man belongs to the world we perceive with our senses. With ordinary
    • more deeply lying, invisible members of man's nature belong? They all
    • belong to the higher worlds. Just as with physical eyes we see only
    • eyes. When animals have lived for long ages in dark caves they lose
    • only for as long as the organ for it is not formed by forces from a
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    • at the end of the lectures.] It was said that there are no longer any really
    • qualities which belong partly to our soul and partly to our outer
    • remain sane and reasonable beings in the physical world as long as we
    • belong to his temperament go to form it.
    • example, becomes merged in the element of fire. And we can no longer
    • into oblivion, are no longer in our consciousness because life has
    • not obliged to drag everything along with us. But in spite of being
    • ... then he is simply putting obstacles along the path, is blocking
    • It belongs to the whole mode of feeling of human beings today that
    • Beings develop through stages, through various ranks. As long as we
    • was no longer necessary for him to incarnate as a man of flesh. He
    • incarnation reached a stage from which he no longer needed to descend
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    • conceived as belonging to the Elementary World) stream through the eye
    • and in the longest months there are thirty-one days. That again is
    • elongation, the spinal cord, we have the product of all the activity
    • it. The process will take a very long time. Again and again it will be
    • If after practising this for a long time we feel a kind of seething
    • realise how difficult this is; it is a longer process for it will
    • long time with symbols and wait until the requisite organs are formed.
    • the case today that people do not want to go along a sure path but
    • renunciation. First we must work upon ourselves for a long time in
    • described. If he needs a teacher, he no longer needs him — as was
    • independence of the human being; the Guru is no longer a Guru
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    • sleep, he would require a very long time before being able to notice
    • For a comparatively long time man will need to experience in deep
    • significance only when we have got beyond it. As long as we are still
    • said that the human being has worked for a very long time at the
    • to those of mechanics. When someone says: ‘You come along with a
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    • the logic of the intellect. This state of development can no longer be
    • back a very long way in the evolution of humanity, to a far-off
    • few who with their present-day consciousness already have the longing,
    • environment but is so no longer. Anyone who studies memory from this
    • must not go back along the line of time, for time is transformed into
    • a kind of space; we must pass along this line as if it were a line in
    • belonging to the past as though it were still there in the immediate
    • everyday life is called Time, no longer exists in this form in the
    • through the body and back, so that what really belongs to the heart is
    • in perpetual movement. Not so what belongs to the head. The several
    • previously. He can draw a line along which he moves from today to five
    • belong to ordinary space. This is something that may be called Space
    • viewed because they are at different stages of development. As long as
    • between the soul-faculty belonging to normal consciousness, for
    • intellectual questioning no longer has any meaning. There we must
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    • emphasised again and again, for it belongs to the very essence of
    • grappled with in this domain, it is often necessary to tread a long
    • is communicated to me.” Not everyone who longs inwardly for the
    • long periods of time and have been brought to a certain stage of
    • rudimentary beginnings long ages ago, faculties belonging to the
    • falsehood, but for truth; that long before the soul, out of its own
    • and come to Spiritual Science longing to find answers to these
    • law belonging to the etheric body which abandons the physical body at
    • grain of oat from a grain of wheat; yet to be able to do so belongs to
    • Sun's light and warmth from long past ages are drawn forth from the
    • Beings who confront us, we no longer ask, “Why?” in the
    • perfection and after the decline of other organs will belong to man in
    • incarnations a man may belong to different peoples and use different
    • known that any modification of the breathing belongs to the sublimest
    • As seed along life's path,
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    • alongside natural science, working in the same way as natural
    • spirit should exist alongside natural science. But,
    • that it is possible to be scientific only so long as one keeps
    • which the human soul turns to in great longing
    • perfectly acceptable because it belongs to the province
    • What is it then that belongs to the spirit which is
    • we shall see belongs to the spirit, but it is related to
    • spirit. As long as we are satisfied with our
    • ordinary, everyday soul life, as long as we
    • logical approach where it can no longer be applied. We
    • is no longer dependent on the bodily nature, but proceeds
    • spirit, his soul-spirit experience is no longer in the body,
    • — for a long time, energetically and
    • science of spirit comes along and talks about such inner ideas
    • region of the spirit to which it belongs with its spiritual
    • know that lungs and air belong together. But because in this
    • independent of the physical world. The ego belongs to
    • all a sphere to which the human ego belongs, which it fits into
    • of spirit is that long before birth or after death it has a
    • the science of spirit to find its place alongside it as equally
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    • of spirit which can and must be placed alongside ordinary
    • of the present time that we are bound to long, and indeed, do
    • long to acquire knowledge about the human being that goes
    • long time if I were even to give an outline of all that
    • perhaps many people do not consider belongs to the unconscious
    • it can no longer be experienced by the soul
    • it is. Just as we no longer see the tree when we have gone away
    • from it, so the spiritual perception is no longer experienced
    • F.” Everything has to belong
    • particular case. Of course, someone else comes along and
    • of man that belongs to the intransitory world, the eternal core
    • core of the human being, which as a spiritual entity belongs to
    • creature belongs to physical nature and its
    • this soul life. What is meant here belongs to the border areas
    • in a logical way. We are no longer connected to normal logic.
    • exact observation reveals that as long as a dream appears
    • as a scientist of spirit. Dreams then no longer have the
    • into his normal experience, and which really are no longer
    • a typical example of how much scientists long to penetrate into
    • considerable length in a long book, and which has aroused
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    • be found today makes them long for a renewal of these things,
    • he belongs to one of the latter today, the search for his
    • is continued further along it. I would like
    • he will no longer tear the volume of Shakespeare to pieces, but
    • people long to go back to these earlier soul conditions. They
    • Those people who long for knowledge which does not belong
    • being to the world to which he belongs beyond birth and death.
    • longer stand on an earth that stands still, we lose the ground
    • allowed to cross after long preparation. But we have also to
    • is no longer possible for us to achieve such connection
    • world, which we can no longer enter instinctively as did the
    • belongs to the most serious disorders of our soul-spirit
    • have to be continued for a long period, and then they will
    • faculty of memory we are no longer bound to the body, we enter
    • eternal in the human soul. And we no longer merely rely on our
    • because he no longer has any desire for the body. Only after he
    • has lived for a long time in the spiritual world does he
    • having lived for a long time after death the soul
    • natural existence to which we belong. The stones and clouds and
    • everything that belongs to the kingdoms of nature arise like a
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    • belongs to all humanity, apart from distinctions.
    • thoughts and ideas belonging to Spiritual Science, cannot be seen, even
    • Spiritual Science. The knowledge that belongs only to the sense-world
    • belonging exclusively to the physical world.
    • idea or thought belonging to Spiritual Science would need only to be
    • we no longer have any doubts as to the truth of spiritual
    • individualities, in bodies belonging to the several civilisations.
    • belonged to earlier periods of culture. Each individual soul advances
    • referred to above. For a long time to come it will still be possible
    • independent of everything belonging to the body. That is to say,
    • thinking never causes sleepiness, however long it may be continued,
    • When this point is reached meditative thinking will no longer make us
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    • a useful instrument, it is no longer in itself a means of acquiring
    • another; there is no longer any demarcation and consequently it is
    • who belongs to the Hierarchy of the Archangels — whatever name
    • is no death for any of the Beings belonging to the higher Hierarchies, with
    • event, for He then belonged to the cosmos alone; but through the
    • form does He reveal Himself since that time? No longer in the
    • that this Being can be recognised in one belonging to the Hierarchy
    • Himself directly as an Angel, as a spiritual Being belonging to the
    • — Michael himself could no longer inspire mankind; but through his
    • a long time to regard what has been spoken of today as so much fantasy,
    • acknowledge it; we will belong to the few who will help it to become
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    • Alongside the external reality of life, which they acknowledged fully
    • What is the mood of this book? Cardinal Cusanus had, of course, long
    • to mankind in earlier centuries was no longer open in Meister
    • Eckhart's time. Exploring along the same avenues as John Scotus
    • hold of the I. This shows that mankind could no longer see the spirit
    • could no longer reach the remote perspectives into which the spirit
    • dared to approach only with symbolic formulas what was no longer
    • with the admission that even with mathematics one can no longer
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    • longer to a grasp of the spiritual world. The wealth of human
    • from anywhere. Men perceived things that even the Greeks no longer
    • ages. He no longer heard anything original, anything gained by
    • listening to the secrets of the cosmos. This man undertook long
    • them from the teachers, but the teachers could no longer see them, at
    • dumb and silent world; for he could no longer hear what traditional
    • it was no longer the godhead of former ages, but only an image of the
    • spirit no longer inhabited the soul. No longer did the soul
    • soul no longer felt like the messenger, only the carrier, of an image
    • no longer appeared as the image of spirit. To recognize it as such an
    • pictured as a complex of forces, no longer as a reproduction, an
    • human body became a force which no longer bore the substance of the
    • something since it no longer contained direct spirit awareness.
    • soul now no longer contains the living Logos. Instead, when it looks
    • The soul no longer feels a kinship to it, only an abstract connection
    • But what is this purely objective? It is no longer what nature was to
    • is any longer perceived. It is nature devoid of spirit, to be
    • longer even attempts to throw light on it with concepts. It is
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    • it was only natural that man could no longer penetrate to those inner
    • qualitative experiences. Our inner life is no longer as intense as it
    • once was. Therefore, today, we no longer have experiences such as
    • this. Likewise man today no longer has a vivid feeling for the
    • experience, has been lost to man along with the loss of all
    • Equally inwardly, Spinoza constructs the mysteries of the universe along
    • mathematics loose from his inner being. No longer did he have the
    • relationships of movement outside. He no longer had the blood
    • understanding of the blood experience. Mathematics no longer goes
    • movement; later, it completely separated them. It no longer related
    • arbitrary zero point. No longer do we have the inward blood
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    • can no longer be discovered within this particular world
    • that are no longer seen as a reflection of spirit, in that instant
    • appropriate for his contemporaries. Belonging as he did to an older
    • I experience space along with my God, and orient myself in space
    • did this, God dwelled within him and drew along with him. His
    • to go along with Newton on any point. Goethe's Theory of Color is
    • but still belonged to the period of conflict that accompanied the
    • as mere assertions, for he no longer had any trace of the old
    • mathematics detached from man, a mathematics no longer inwardly
    • in integrals, but you no longer have a world, only a copy, an
    • necessity belongs to our time. Often I had to speak out against
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    • only arisen along with the more recent civilization. We see it slowly
    • were those that did not actually belong to the external corporeal
    • time — all this, belonging to the primary qualities, certainly
    • be found for them. Man no longer knew how he experienced them jointly
    • It actually took quite some time before those who thought along the
    • refuge in man. But before too long, nobody had any idea of how they
    • lived there. The experience, the self-experience, was no longer
    • qualities. It took a long time, as I said, before a handful of people
    • the organic realm as long as there are no corpses. Where there is no
    • experiences. His concept of an organism is no longer such that the
    • alongside the externally excogitated concept of a triangle, square,
    • thinkers of earlier ages, whose ideas no longer receive proper
    • past but is no longer suited to our modern outlook. In the present
    • which no longer finds self-experience in harmony with what goes on in
    • you no longer experience a living connection with the world, you
    • look like arbitrary whims. We no longer live in any real connection
    • This is no longer unjustified arbitrariness. This rests on an
    • valid for the way of perception that belonged to earlier times.
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    • abstraction in relation to the dimensions. Man was no longer aware
    • no longer took this reality of the three dimensions into
    • abstraction. He no longer sought the intersecting point of the three
    • thought-out one. This empty thought was no longer experienced as
    • belonging to the external world as well as to man; whereas an earlier
    • He no longer knew that in order to experience them in their full
    • longer known.
    • longer be found, so that they became free-floating in a certain
    • respect. They were no longer sought in the outer world; they were
    • relocated into man's inner being. It was felt that so long as
    • longer saw through this, mathematical forms and numbers became
    • that man belongs to it also.
    • world. The thinkers no longer understand human nature. They did not
    • belongs inside, while sound, color, etc. are something external.
    • longer produce anything other than mathematical, mechanistic,
    • Since one could no longer find the relationship of man to animal by
    • Since one no longer knew anything about man, one searched for
    • longer any inkling that even in regard to space man had a completely
    • theory) works into us through vibrations along our nerves; how the
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    • scientific world conception, people today no longer have any idea of
    • Instead, he had the feeling that along with this weight, there was a
    • of such processes from man. Along with it came the severance of
    • physics was divorced from man, along with mathematics. The progress
    • alongside that of the falling stone. Galileo also observed the
    • and there is no longer any experience, it is all mere excogitation.
    • as long as one believes in the whole business; but when one no longer
    • existence along with this separation of certain processes of nature
    • kind of physics could not longer understand man. What had been
    • would rank alongside physics, if it had been possible to take as much
    • the wall moves, the result will be the same. I shall no longer be
    • along with the inner experience of it. Such is the essence of the
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    • differently that we can no longer understand such a book. When
    • writings, one is offered mere empty words. Scholars no longer enter
    • valuable, one has to say that Erigena himself no longer fully
    • tradition were more or less words only, and he could no longer enter
    • were other thinkers, who are no longer mentioned by external
    • today belong to the field of chemistry were then evaluated according
    • man. Man had become an empty bag because he no longer experienced
    • the iatrochemists, no longer had any such inkling, so they began to
    • when a second or third glass of water is consumed, it no longer gives
    • were noticed but could no longer be explained, because a completely
    • iatrochemical theory or alongside it, there arose iatromechanics and
    • mechanically pumps the blood through the body, because they no longer
    • whole matter was inverted. One no longer saw the movement and inner
    • man, whom one no longer understood. Man had been turned into an empty
    • same physics was reapplied to man. Thus one no longer had the living
    • and paying no attention to himself any longer. Instead, he occupied
    • longer burdened with the insights that he carried within himself and
    • along with all the moral and religious implications connected with
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    • body, it also sweeps along the solid substances. Everything in the
    • abstract psychology (which today is no longer considered real) was in
    • restrict itself to the externally observed mechanics of space. Long
    • property of it, something that belongs to its nature. You can
    • setting up a science of dead matter so long as the mechanical and
    • differential coefficients as long as you will but you will not find
    • only study phenomena and no longer experience the living essence, we
    • they contain soul and corporeal elements that are no longer
    • longer have the urge to comprehend everything concerning the world
    • physicist, matter is no longer material. The physicists, themselves
    • man” belonging to the realm of physics and chemistry — in
    • his accomplishments would long since be outmoded. These things must be
    • corpse. Alongside the abstract indifferent cold knowledge, such a
    • things spiritual, and he calls out longingly into the universe —
    • science, to let the calls of infinite longing for the spirit, sent
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    • presently. And, along with this loss, has gone the possibility of
    • what does all this depend on? It depends on this: that as long as you
    • moment we are able to observe. It no longer agrees with the
    • many things which have come along from time to time and been later
    • working concept has been built up along these lines. It is said that
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    • to establish at once that the expansion, the degree of elongation,
    • longitudinal expansion to the expansion of an assumed surface, the
    • have therefore not only the longitudinal expansion to
    • Grecian ideas were now taken up again, but they were no longer
    • which formerly received a cosmic explanation. Since man no longer
    • the forces were no longer sought in the planetary system, they had to
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    • (dotted line.) It rises as long as the body remains fluid. We can then
    • are at this point (a) you can reach c by passing along the line.
    • You have to move along the line and then out of it to get to these
    • vanish from the single dimension of the being. It would no longer
    • rise of temperature is represented by this line. We can proceed along
    • Let us now consider another phenomenon along with this disappearance
    • along a line. When we consider this matter we cannot say that the
    • conceive of the heat condition passing along a rod as confined
    • no longer have to build the form from the outside, but the creation of
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    • belonging in the realm of the mechanical. The dependence of gas
    • When we deal with the third power of the temperature, we can no longer
    • of hundred degrees; at that moment we could no longer be identical
    • hundred degrees. Thus the heat condition belongs to that in which we
    • before yourself in thought something which belongs entirely in the
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    • a mechanical reeling-off of certain processes, and along with this go
    • because our inner soul life no longer uses the physical body.
    • longer in space.
    • as mass, for instance. As long as I consider only kinematics, I need
    • facts. That is, as a human being, I belong to relations that form
    • ordinary physical-terrestrial into the cosmic. For we no longer are in
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    • We can say, whatever form a solid may have, it falls along a line
    • sufficiently long it dries up. Water is always evaporating. The
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    • nothing other than the solid existing alongside of something taking
    • embedded in the earthly and belonging to it, the fluid state. The
    • gaseous also belongs to it. Now there comes about a great distinction
    • would think these are properly the sort of thing that should belong to
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    • Consider along with this another fact. Suppose you have to begin with
    • what is the result? As long as condensation and rarefaction are
    • other side of the violet, also, we no longer have light. We come to
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    • to be ranged alongside of yesterday's. In this experiment we will
    • We might look long into such a solid system, and the most varied
    • for the gaseous something that simply penetrates it, but belongs to
    • very completely hidden. Things that belong together cannot be
    • belong of necessity together, and if one is to explain this
    • open one so long as I limit my consideration to the special spectrum
    • we come back from the other side, that which belongs to this other
    • which belongs to an entirely different realm; but you will see that
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    • going off into infinity, so that we can no longer follow it, we must
    • nature of heat, insofar as this belongs to the outer world, must be
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    • column is no longer displaced because the alum, or the solution of
    • longer partake of the space nature. In myself I experience in fact
    • subject. He has thought along lines that show him to be a shrewd
    • longer hold to the energy principle put forth as gospel by Helmoltz
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    • produced by permitting a given amount of heat to act for a longer
    • is indeed to be found along with the quantitative.
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    • longer observe the world process as we usually look at the spectrum,
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    • that the academic side has been renewed along the lines started in
    • long controversial papers read, completely divorced from real life.
    • source of all this, the thing we long to know, we will only be able to
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • ideas no longer a direct reality, and so we try to find a theoretical
    • longer feel ourselves in the midst of Reality when we occupy ourselves
    • world, to which belongs his inmost being: but through super-sensible
    • tradition, to which human knowledge has no longer any approach.
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    • super-sensible in a super-sensible way; no longer the physical but the
    • it belongs. Moreover, we are enabled to see how spiritual man, the
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • senses, which, however, to the unprejudiced eye, no longer embraced
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    • longing’, etc., which also in ordinary life refer to
    • example, we speak of ‘longing’ we shall mean an
    • actual soul-process which is imaginatively revealed as longing.
    • differentiation, there arises in the soul a longing for rest in what
    • is spiritual and divine. The human soul evolves this longing as a
    • sleep. This fear prevents, as long as it is present, the inner vision
    • belong now to its outer world. On the other hand in its present
    • indeed that the religious longing, stirring in the depth of the soul,
    • imaginative picturing of a longing but a vaguely-felt reliving through
    • more through experiencing the universal world state, and the longing
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    • instrument of the psycho-spiritual man. Man carries the longing for
    • review, this longing is connected with those spiritual activities of
    • human organism as belonging to him, as he does in sleep. But he
    • longing for the lost’. Expressions like these are used only
    • In such a state of ‘missing’ and ‘longing’ the
    • longer has consciousness of the full reality of experience of a
    • the spiritual world, for she no longer takes part in the shaping of
    • which in her is ‘missing’ something or ‘longing’
    • belonging to earthly existence and following an accomplished
    • unite with it through the power of continued ‘longing’ and
    • longed-for’ object. That which happens in the experience of
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
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    • But a mere Jesus-Faith is really no longer Christianity.
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture X: On Experiencing the Will-Part of the Soul
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    • something unconsciously psychic. It is an unconscious longing for the
    • experiences of the spiritual world. This kind of practice is no longer
    • cosmos. In the following longer state of experience (which I have
    • experience in which the tendency is no longer there. (In my
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • could no longer be satisfied by the old forms of communicating spiritual
    • follows. He said, “A far greater number of human beings who long
    • for its investigation are at his disposal but there are no longer any
    • in order that mankind's longing for such knowledge may be satisfied.
    • Suppose medicine continues to develop along materialistic lines. If
    • thinking will soon no longer be sufficiently fluid and flexible to grapple
    • the spiritual longings of men and to enable spirit to flow into the
    • surrounds it today! For as long as the earth has something new to display
    • — and the earth is forever making progress — for so long
    • environment but also everything that belongs to the spiritual aura of
    • fire but harbored a spiritual reality. A Being belonging intimately
    • is surrounded by intensely active, powerful forces belonging to the
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture II: Soul in the World around Us
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • cannot realize that the nails belong to and are part of an organism.
    • parts, to which all these rocks belong? There are spiritual beings to
    • whom the whole world of stones belongs. These beings feel happiness
    • The being belonging to the mineral experiences great happiness when
    • being felt in the souls of the beings who belong to the mineral kingdom.
    • belonging basically to the mineral kingdom.
    • inhabiting it, is, so to speak, milk for the beings that belong to the
    • Beings, souls — they also belong to the plants — beings
    • of the spiritual world. Where, then, are the beings that belong to it?
    • beings belonging to the mineral kingdom inhabit a spiritual realm, the
    • realm of formlessness; the spiritual beings belonging to the
    • belong to a definite region of the spiritual world, indeed, to its upper
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture III: The Nature and Being of Man
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • concerned will gradually reach the stage of no longer having to force
    • worked upon in the physical body, unconsciously for long ages, is the
    • this memory now becomes free. As long as the etheric body is in the
    • Now you may ask how long
    • generally, it can be said that the tableau lasts for as long as the
    • persists for as long as this. Then it fades away and a clairvoyant sees
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IV: Man Between Death and Rebirth
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • of quenching it. He suffers from these longings and from having to forego
    • region of the spiritual world and belongs to the solid land of Devachan.
    • say to it, “That art thou!” You no longer say “I”
    • soul, which now realizes, “I am now no longer in the physical
    • but in the spiritual world.” Hence you no longer speak of your
    • of a new man. This operation takes a long time; today we will speak
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture V: The Physical World as an Expression of Spiritual Forces and Beings
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • unable to see physical colors and forms belonging to the earth because
    • no longer find a suitable body today if the principle of the
    • memory long before the age of seven. That is true, but it is the
    • speech a long time before he is able to speak himself. He should therefore
    • is descending, work, where they take hold and how long they need for their
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VI: The Configuration and Metamorphoses of Man's Physical Body
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • Because of its longings, the astral body needs to have the means for
    • longer period in the past than have the other bodies. The physical body
    • this no longer has meaning; what modern science calls an element does not
    • of beings belonging to the mineral, plant, animal and human kingdoms.
    • men.” It is no longer necessary for these beings to enter into
    • the beings belonging to it were the precursors of the physical bodies
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • and who, together with the forms that belong to them and express what
    • The latter is a being belonging to Old Moon, whereas Baldur is a being
    • belong to an earlier, cosmic stage of consciousness. Clairvoyant vision
    • top of a baby's head that stays soft and open for a long time.
    • was ejected because man could no longer keep pace with the tempo of the
    • Even the more mature beings belonged to grades at every possible level.
    • was to be found, because bodies were no longer fit to receive the being
    • rank belonging to our solar system now adopted a new procedure. The
    • that the forces that had remained behind were no longer frustrated in
    • contaminated that they could no longer provide habitations for the souls.
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • what would have happened to him? For long, long ages he would have remained
    • otherwise, he would still have remained for a long time in the atmosphere.
    • man set the forces of nature ablaze. Today this is no longer possible,
    • Atlantis. There the evolution of humanity continued for long, long ages.
    • down to this continent. The process lasted for a long time. It was thus
    • which it had been connected there continued for a long time to influence
    • man was again no longer able to behold the spiritual. These were the
    • example, control fire. The Atlanteans were no longer capable of this.
    • influence was gradually able to become so strong that man could no longer
    • existence. The noblest human figures stayed above the earth the longest,
    • continued for long ages.
    • were destined to found the culture belonging to the earth; they were
    • no longer equal the achievements of the old Atlanteans but they were
    • of the intelligence of today and no longer made use of the magical forces
    • down upon and who no longer possessed magical powers. But it was they
    • long ago it was a matter of finding the connection with the physical,
    • respond to this call as did certain human beings long ages ago; they
    • to conquer all obstacles, come what may. He proceeds along his path
    • epoch one should no longer speak of races but of civilizations,
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  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture IX: Man's Experience after Death
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • dark, empty and cold. The soul was no longer capable of experiencing
    • longed for reincarnation. A human being felt as though he were shut
    • great Sun Aura, by Ahura Mazdao, then Ahriman will no longer lead you
    • the Redeemer's wounds. When Christ was no longer living in the physical
    • the longing for seclusion. For the light that then streamed into the
    • group ego declined. In earlier times the human being belonged to a communal
    • he withdrew into a cave where he lived for long ages; his corpse was
    • In the period following this event the body is no longer there. What
    • a Christian, to be born is no longer suffering.
    • longer crave for what does not come to him, or is not given to him.
    • from what one loves is no longer suffering, for in Christ there is no
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture X: On Karma, Reincarnation and Initiation
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    • and the human being's experience after death. This volume along with
    • and knowledge, the two aspects that the soul can no longer unite within
    • physical body contains organs that today no longer function. They are
    • The connection between an animal species and the ego belonging to it
    • of race will no longer have validity. Men will no longer order their
    • be able to stay young, inwardly as well as outwardly, for a long time. A
    • today that process is no longer necessary. The Christian and the
  • Title: The Story of the Green Serpent and the Beautiful Lily: Lecture I
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    • than Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. He certainly belongs not only to the
    • belongs indeed more or less to us all. Goethe is a spirit who affects
    • the Wise One, to whose wisdom we turn back again after long years,
    • and to be drawn away from the longing for the things of the senses,
    • nothing under compulsion, but in which everything belonging to the
    • along, just as the Sun runs its course in the Heavens above, was
    • belonging to the grade of the “Father.” At the fourth
    • The world of humanity, the world of longing and wishes, the world of
    • and the beautiful because it is no longer misled by passion, when we
    • no longer throw our wisdom into the River, but reward our passions
    • will have disappeared when that which Goethe so ardently longed for
    • shall have come to pass, that is, that the Temple shall no longer be
    • longer strong, to conduct the men of crude passions across the River.
    • soul. As long as the nature of man is not sufficiently ennobled to
    • offer itself as tribute to the River of the passions, so long does
    • long as human endeavours are devoted to human passions, man works
    • of the wife of the old man with the Lamp. As long as the sense-nature
    • is not fully purified, as long as it is not consumed, as it were, by
    • is what excites the old lady so much that she can no longer reflect
    • profound thought — when man has laid aside everything belonging
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    • preparation: but those who belonged to it gave various hints as to
    • which belongs to the world of sense?” In a wonderfully
    • “As long as thou hast not got
    • so lang du das nicht hast, dieses stirb and werde’) (As long as
    • rude physical development along which man must necessarily pass. In
    • number is thus no longer complete. That which we require and which we
    • longer see it. That which in man's external, physical
    • have undergone Katharsis, so that he should no longer reach Wisdom
    • here represented. “The eternal feminine draws us along”.
    • shadows) which lead man across in the hour of twilight and belong to
    • regular course of time. As long as man has not developed the three
  • Title: Signs and Symbols: Lecture 1: The Birth of the Light
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    • belong, was founded. An entirely new mode of thought and feeling arose
    • This unity was present for men on earth only as long as the male and
    • belonged to the first degree of initiation, and were given the
    • If he advanced to the next degree of initiation, he no longer
    • point is reached. The light increases, days grow longer and nature
    • What the preceding races have longed for as their future, has come to
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    • grow longer. The light of the sun celebrates its victory over
    • place in the universe that belongs to the most important in the
    • and moon belong. When man looks up to the sun or the moon, what he
    • Modern materialism can no longer accomplish this. Yet, one who is
    • bearers of spiritual beings. Man belongs to these spiritual beings.
    • no longer contained anything chaotic, unrhythmical or disharmonious,
    • longer considered to be a single individual human soul, but one that
    • majority vote. As long as such majority resolutions are deemed to be
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    • Thus is it ever when a hope long yearning
    • irradiates the earth was concealed; the earth could no longer see the
    • Mysteries. This image represented the fact that alongside the physical
    • spiritual life, and no longer belonged to the material nor yet to the
    • nation had attained the fifth degree. He no longer had a name of his
    • As long as you have not
    • the leaves, in the rumbling of thunder, is no longer understood by
    • longer be said, “The Darkness does not comprehend the Light” but when
  • Title: Lecture 1: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • about that. As belonging to the physical world we reckon all that we
    • all that our hands can grasp. Further, we reckon as belonging to the
    • interested him before, interests him no longer; that which had no
    • intensity and for a long, long time; that we can so do it that we
    • blue — in which we no longer see anything which can in human
    • attention is directed from these and we no longer hear them. Then
    • have definite forms belong to the one class; beings which actually
    • — belong to this second class. Occult vision actually only finds
    • are really active in everything belonging to the earth, especially in
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    • body and the rest of what belongs to it; but the normal man is then
    • longer unconscious, but has then around him — not the physical
    • these spirits, which are to be classed as belonging to the astral body
    • in time, is organized by spiritual beings which collectively belong to
    • spiritual beings belonging to the Spirits of the Rotation of Time.
    • have to-day described as the Spirits of the Rotation of Time belonging
    • no longer have a direct relation to the individual who is the bearer
    • that we should feel ourselves as belonging to the whole of our planet.
    • night, so it no longer now disappears when we fall asleep. When we
    • through immensely long development in order further and further to
    • still do so are no longer quite believed. The poets, the artists do;
    • the external world. To-day, however, nobody really believes any longer
    • still believes a little, but science no longer wishes to know of what
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    • that when we ascend to the higher category of beings no longer
    • and they really perceive their own being only as long as they wish to
    • manifest it, as long as in any way they express it outwardly. We might
    • feeling of self. They have their feeling of self so long as they
    • has his independent inner life. The beings belonging to the next
    • long as they retain their nature. The possibility of untruth does not
    • which it experienced it. Then, however, the being would no longer be
    • their revelation they would so transform that it would no longer
    • everything that belongs to our own special interests. But now, if we
    • to agree with him about the external world to which they both belong,
    • heart feels and longs for. Through our inner world, we human beings
    • may belong, lives something which can bring him into sympathy with us.
    • who belong together have also a guidance, just as individual man has
    • which he belongs. And then when our occult development goes still
    • further, we find beings as leaders of humanity who are no longer
    • All the beings belonging to these three classes of the Third Hierarchy
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    • We then pointed out how further progress along the path leads to knowledge
    • through an occult development, he will for a long time only have a
    • Hierarchy. If, therefore, we progress further along this way, we shall
    • belonging to the beings of the Second Hierarchy.
    • longer feeling enclosed within his skin. When he — let us say
    • there.” At the second stage of clairvoyance, we can no longer say
    • belonging to our ordinary normal consciousness which can give us an
    • belonged to the various hierarchies that would seem but a dry theory.
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    • spiritual beings belonging to the first, the uppermost, rank of the
    • then aware also belong to three categories. The first category we
    • and animals the spirits belonging to one of the categories of the
    • decades, that life-long wisdom, will be apparent in his countenance,
    • only so long as these beings remain connected with their creations.
    • independent objective existence; but only so long as they remain
    • world-phenomenon is a fact, even when the beings are no longer there.
    • instance, the animals belonging to a certain species have a definite
    • that which belongs to the being of whom we have just spoken, as the
    • physical body of man belongs to man. When we see man before us, his
    • belonging to it, are what we know as the Spirits of Motion, Wisdom,
    • an inner impulse of will which causes him to take steps, to walk along
    • systems to which other fixed stars belong. These systems mutually
  • Title: Lecture 6: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • in harmony with the whole planetary system to which it belongs, the
    • which work the spirits belonging to those two higher hierarchies which
    • we belong; for these beings whom we may call the rebels of the Third
    • Spirits of Form. Let us take, for example, the planet which for a long
    • belonging to our Earth — if we seek for the center, the starting
    • own beings, belonging to the kingdoms of nature on the planet in
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    • part of the earth, that part of it which belongs to man. We have
    • system belongs to other planets. When man, with all the means at his
    • these particular beings. On the other hand, we no longer find the same
    • with regard to the Spirits of Motion and Form, this is no longer the
    • belonging to the fixed star.
    • clearly present, but it is no longer so great as that between the
    • the Luciferic Beings; they all belong to it. We have now discovered in
    • away, pass through our system and again disappear; follow a very long
    • longer exists in the ordinary world. It actually disappears on the one
    • of a few comets which really have long-drawn elliptical orbits, the
    • system. In its journey towards the other side it draws this along with
  • Title: Lecture 8: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • they are no longer there. On the other hand, clairvoyant consciousness
    • you can gain in life by comparing things which belong together but are
    • is capable of this for longer — of wholeheartedly feeling nothing
    • The sun, as such, no longer exists for our consciousness, no matter
    • conditions of consciousness, so it no longer exists in this. The sun
    • condition in which a separate sun no longer has any meaning.” For
    • part are no longer understood today — the sentence in the
    • longer rightly organized for the understanding of these old facts. To
    • which our earth too belongs, a condition when the sun was not yet
    • is given over to its own forces. As long as man lives, there must be a
    • ought not to lose the longing which exists in many spiritually minded
    • wolves or of lambs, etc. Just as a single soul belongs to our two
    • wolf is known to feed upon lamb — and feed a wolf with them long
    • evident that, just as our ten fingers belong to the one soul, so do
    • all wolves belong to a group-ego. The world in which we find the
    • beings, beings belonging to the earth and participating in its
    • group-ego, as something belonging to a whole group or species of
    • itself as living. We learn to know the long-enduring life of the
    • kingdom belong to the planet, that they had to be compactly welded
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    • the animals belonging to any one group, we know that the circle of
    • they belong; but the case of man who develops himself as an individual
    • belonging to our System; so that the forces which form the principal
    • means that in the animal dwell spiritual forces, belonging to beings
    • animal forms are to be sought in the world of the planets which belong
    • belongs to the Spirits of Motion; that of working formatively from the
    • works from the planets from those spiritual beings belongs to the
    • civilizations in human evolution; so that for certain long periods of
    • time, much longer than those ruled by a Spirit of the Age, the Spirits
    • earth-sphere no longer plays a part. H. P. Blavatsky, in her ordinary
    • belongs to the sphere of the Spirits of Motion works in the plant on
    • the astral body. The offspring of the Spirits of Motion belong also to
    • that which gives the impulse to motion. Belonging to the plants we
    • while the stalk itself elongates and terminates in the ovary. These
    • longer needed to develop the capacity of giving anything to man. On
    • (for we must seek the normal Spirits of Wisdom there) we can no longer
    • preserved that which, through seven long periods of civilisation, had
    • single impulse belonging to any one single group of humanity is
    • always long for new sensations, but try to understand a little of what
  • Title: Lecture 10: Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and in the Kingdoms of Nature
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    • must also reckon as belonging to the sphere of the Spirits of Motion,
    • Now if we wish to consider what belongs to the mineral kingdom as
    • the forces belonging to the sphere of the Spirits of Wisdom. But now
    • and evil does not refer to moral good and evil; that belongs to quite
    • in the cosmos is a very complicated matter and even in a much longer
    • Spirits of Will belong to the First Hierarchy (though their offspring
    • group-souls of the minerals, which belong to the sphere of the Spirits
    • belonging to our system by physical astronomy — Uranus and Neptune — did
    • not originally belong to our Solar System; they came much later into
    • sense as the other planets as belonging to our system from Saturn
    • onwards, for they, so to speak, belonged to it from the beginning.
    • the minerals. The group-souls of the minerals belong to the sphere of
    • will no longer quarrel when they no longer claim for their own group a
    • they belong to all men. This might be explained by means of a physical
    • picture. As long as we remain on the earth, a group of people may
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    • became necessary to tell them that they were no longer to look up
    • The highest divinity took part in this. As long as man was unable to
    • within himself, should have a direct relationship to Him. No longer
    • on, and that the son can inherit, along with his father's property,
    • experience along with each individual in this nation what he felt as
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    • Dwaparu Yuga. In the latter age, however, it was no longer an actual
    • closed. Man could no longer have converse with it in his normal state
    • of consciousness, and the time came when only by means of a long and
    • not speak to him about spiritual worlds because man no longer had the
    • religious community or faith people belong to, once they have
    • who belong to other religions, yet they should endeavor to accept this
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    • As my point of departure I shall indicate the three paths along which
    • today is no longer a path, though it once was; which today need not be
    • for many it still is, the only possible one. The second path along
    • along other ways what can be known through these documents. And so
    • of men, all this stems from the Ego's not going along on the right
    • appear in the world only on the basis of a long development. This
    • through all that belongs to the external world.”
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    • initiation there belongs a certain preparation, as should be
    • race to which they belonged, even to the region of the earth in which
    • we shall no longer thrust upon the Buddhist the assertion that the
    • which made it possible for him no longer to descend to earth. This is
    • lived a personality who really belonged to no nation, least of all to
    • remained behind. These Luciferic beings developed further, alongside
    • to speak, of beings belonging to the super-sensible worlds learned that
    • you into your destinies on this earth so long as you have not
    • became altered in such wise that it can no longer be the prophet's way
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  • Title: Lecture: Waking of the Human Soul and the Forming of Destiny: Lecture I
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    • We are living in a time when the human being is no longer willing to
    • directly, in a manner of which human beings no longer form any
    • something belonging in common to the whole of humanity. For this
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    • time. For the present time, which, when we consider it as a long
    • birth and death. As long as we live in the pre-earthly existence, it
    • course of preparation for a long time very gradually beforehand. Such
    • that the great Sun Spirit now no longer remained the Sun Spirit, but
    • soul that this soul of man, in the degree that it belongs to the world
    • Augustine we see a spirit who could no longer understand the ancient
    • lies back of these things can no longer be rightly seen through by
    • What Gnosis understood, and what was no longer understood later; what
    • could no longer make anything out of this; the time had passed, the
    • Augustine, after long intense superhuman struggle arrived at the
    • Christ indwelling within Jesus no conception could any longer be
    • nothing was known any longer in the ancient sense of the Event of
    • and more human beings lost the consciousness of their belonging to the
    • pre-earthly existence. This was no longer in their view; finally human
    • bestow upon them an understanding of what no longer lived within their
    • own consciousness. Since human beings no longer possessed this
    • and more abstract there was no longer any possibility to view in
    • by reason of the purely external traditions that which could no longer
    • dead earth. The clods over which we walk belong to a dying world.
    • as knowledge out of the earth belongs to the path; a new time must
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • think, my dear friends, that you feel you can no longer find
    • thought belonging to the older generation — one of their
    • belonging to evolution in the West have changed since the last two to
    • Europe people have, after all, outgrown a custom which belonged to
    • these things are mere symptoms. The point is, that along the path
    • social life man cannot really find his fellow-men any longer.
    • have become unsocial. Because they no longer have any feeling for
    • thought no longer unfolds the power to steel the will in such a way
    • community of life, so long as the heritage from earlier generations
    • for a long time and still exists at the present day.
    • perceive it. What concerns you are mainly longings of the inner life
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • can no longer find any teachers.
    • men prided themselves on not being teachers any longer, but
    • as institutes for research. They were no longer there for human
    • not said: This or that has been discovered; it already belongs to
    • darkening her, as though the names they give to the plants no longer
    • was no longer tolerated. And if one were spurred on to speak with
    • I no longer dare to show myself. I have to go about bashfully.
    • nature. People do not know any longer what it means to be young and
    • longing to know how to teach young people to be young in order that
    • human beings to speak as man to man. This is no longer so, because
    • the feelings of men long since dead, because there was nothing left
    • them any longer. But even so they are buxom figures in comparison
    • feel? It would feel cut off, dried up; it would no longer feel itself
    • again, those who want to muddle along on the lines of the old
    • intellect man no longer has an objective relation with the world. The
    • intellect is the automatic momentum of thinking which continues long
    • the fifteenth century when these inherited remains were no longer
    • of this helps any longer. People are dreadfully clever. But even in
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • belonging to reality. You need only look at the literature of olden
    • spiritual men had for a long time replaced this by another method of
    • in an age when it can no longer be said that it is impossible to
    • must penetrate us with its livingness. But because this is no longer
    • of Man in the Sight of God.” It belongs, in thought, to the
    • concepts belonging to waking consciousness and none that is capable
    • we shall no longer have to confess that we ought not to mention the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • felt: “When it began man no longer looked at the immediate and
    • to belong to his own times. He was forced to admit: “My ideals
    • ‘empty phrase’ that is no longer the living body but the
    • that he was doing what had already long been done.
    • can be no moral intuitions any longer.
    • come to the stage where he no longer has an inner, living Spirit but
    • Spirit, the Spirit which no longer has its reality but only its
    • freedom from the confusion of the age. As long as anyone believes
    • long as importance is attached to conserving what the union of
    • “Spirit” any longer, that is in itself a confession of
    • long as this is not felt in all honesty the youth movement cannot
    • longer act automatically but that the Spirit lives in the most
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • said about moral intuitions was no longer quite true. It was said:
    • men were no longer aware of a real light when they looked into their
    • longer perceived by inner, spiritual perception. The introduction of
    • Moral impulses of that time can no longer be regarded as moral
    • God-given intuitions, were no longer there; that if a man wants to
    • receptive are no longer capable of receiving moral intuitions. To be
    • but no longer from actual experience.” So there is no
    • people got excited and said that this was no longer science;
    • which we ourselves must strenuously work for. This was no longer
    • longer given in the form of the old impulses. Intuitions must be
    • pre-earthly existence had for a long time been wiped out. Western
    • one needs is to help things along with the laws of logic. But pure
    • criticize a cow because she is no longer a calf. It would have been
    • is it that today we no longer have any real philosophies? It is
    • longing for the human mouth to be opened by the Spirit, a longing for
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    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • character of a longing, of an undefined yearning, than was the case
    • For a long time existence before the descent into a physical earthly
    • evolution, so the impulses mentioned no longer contain an impelling
    • differently. There are people today in whom there no longer echoes
    • new way, to what once was taken seriously but is so no longer in the
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • how the longing of the young today is permeated by something
    • had experience of it no longer finds the opposition in its full
    • full spread of the sails as it was some twenty years ago is no longer
    • lost. And because the urge that once existed was no longer there, the
    • young could no longer get tired from what they were destined to
    • an urge for it; it no longer made one tired. There was no longer any
    • there was nothing to give them direction. The young had no longer the
    • being at all. People no longer feel how the human element holds sway
    • platform and when he left it he was no longer the same person. He
    • movements like the theosophical movement. Many were no longer young,
    • no longer make them tired. Whereas the young, as the result of this
    • traditions can give us any longer. We want to wait for the New to
    • into the laps of those who have had this great longing. Indeed the
    • rejection there was hidden the positive — the genuine longing
    • this genuine longing for what is new can be fulfilled in no other way
    • which we have been speaking, cannot but long for something with which
    • science that has grown old and is no longer wholesome for the soul to
    • what belongs to present and future ages must link itself with older
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • were no longer able, out of a natural feeling, to give a
    • incarnation had lived not long after the year 333. Up to the eighth,
    • time in which souls were incarnated who could no longer hear from
    • could no longer receive thoughts out of the divine-spiritual world,
    • received from the external world are given us by God. We no longer
    • works either of Henle or Burdach which absolutely belong to the first
    • belonged to the last third, chiefly to the second third of the
    • longer lived from their previous earth-life the impulse that thought
    • is God-given — I mean that there was no longer even an echo of
    • been lost, its echo still lived on long afterwards.
    • inclination to that undefined longing for the Spirit, and yet the
    • longer listened to; they no longer found the opportunity to become
    • cannot simply draw a radius from the earth and prolong it into
    • doing nothing and had apparently done nothing for a long time. But he
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    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • itself. It has been put for a long time, for decades, but human
    • primary school age and far beyond it, for as long as education holds
    • yet grandly — about physiology or biology so long as it is a
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    • languages." Youth longs to find spirit in nature, warm community life,
    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • develop along the path of intellectuality. As soon as one stands
    • people no longer notice is that changes still take place at the
    • could no longer believe in the ideas imparted by the older people in
    • physical aging for lighting-up his spirit. He is no longer dependent
    • considerable age, but no longer as in the old Indian epoch — in
    • emphasis is no longer placed on what the old become merely by growing
    • were not like that people would flock to the cinema? This longing for
    • the cinema, this longing to see everything externally, depends on the
    • human being becoming inwardly inactive, on his no longer wanting
    • called thinking any longer, because in a twinkling — in the
    • so on. But now you feel inwardly that you are no longer thinking so
    • ought to be warned against language for he will no longer be free
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    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • into something no longer spells culture with us. Culture is what the
    • longer have any hair!
    • inner activity, what they can no longer find in a natural way; in
    • ourselves about him any longer. And as most men are not the same as
    • we actually live very much as if no longer among human beings at all,
    • characterize our epoch. Intellectuality is no longer merely in our
    • Austrian poet Hermann Rollett, long since dead. He was convinced that
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    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • poetical language no longer suitable for today, former ages foretold
    • seem more chaotic than what was brought by the long, gloomy Age of
    • instance which quite obviously belongs to the head. Those who do not
    • something altogether different; a man, belonging to the old Indian
    • The Egyptians, who belong to this epoch of the third post-Atlantean
    • one that follows. And as long as one simply says — Our age is
    • men a certain stamp. One belonged to the tailors' guild, one to
    • longer represent the twentieth.
    • said; and imagine someone comes along and says that this should not
    • longer capable of perceiving what I have described as the sheaths in
    • no longer possible, at any rate not in Middle Europe, to give people
    • longer connected with basic human experience.
    • time will come when we shall no longer need to talk about education.
    • days. The science of education first arose when man could no longer
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    • can provide working strength in the long run. These stimulating lectures
    • they were revealed concepts, not concepts that no longer corresponded
    • to concepts no longer springing from revelations did they evolve
    • even those who still cling to the older concepts no longer hold to
    • handing on the old no longer living ideas and traditions. Only with
    • no longer understand man.
    • is clear proof that the human being is no longer inwardly understood.
    • long as there is a law of the conservation of matter and of energy,
    • something alongside him. What man needs is the force that he can gain
    • twentieth, that the growing human being, who longed to know what the
    • everywhere in the world that one can no longer breathe.
    • must no longer nurture the dragon by cultivating a science with
    • not belong, because they did not see the real enemy, the dragon. To
    • the conquest of the dragon belong the forces which, only when
    • to say which the young long to receive and understand.
    • the spiritual, all that belongs to Michael, will also flow into our
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    • beings belonging to higher realms which we have designated as the
    • the Form Spirits belong permeates the sphere in which we human beings
    • and consider man as having, on the one hand, that which belongs to the
    • development of the head and, on the other, everything that belongs to
    • belonging to the fourth stage of evolution, and everything in which
    • through the mouth, therefore breathing also belongs to the head. I
    • is inhaled through the mouth does not actually belong to the head, but
    • consider the fact that we live within a sphere which belongs to the
    • Form Spirits just as our earth belongs to us, but which, as the eighth
    • not part of human evolution may be considered as belonging, on
    • Ahriman; it describes the longing of man not for the realm of the
    • longing for the realm of Lucifer. You may regard Milton's Paradise
    • human longing for the realm of Lucifer; this is what you should
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    • of spirit, a true concept of Christ, as long as he imagines that the
    • to this all that belongs to the rest of man, we need not go back as
    • great and mighty mystery that man's head has developed through long
    • they called Michael, that spiritual power who belongs to the
    • meaning, for the waking human being and the earth belong together. The
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    • belongs, we must only consider man in so far as he is a head-being. In
    • man” is the symbolic expression of everything that belongs to
    • belongs to us. For, is it not true that the air which is now within us
    • sphere belongs to the spiritual beings that are our creators, just as
    • this fourth sphere belongs to us. If we disregard the human being for
    • their sphere which belongs to them just as the fourth sphere belongs
    • historic evolution. Alongside of them, much else has been developed in
    • belongs to the tendencies of the Michael influence entering our human
    • in the divine process of evolution, belong to the head. Thus, out of
    • belongs to the world of thought, of fantasy. In regard to the
    • Mankind was able to get along without this insight as long as it still
    • the germ for the descent. It belongs among the most insidious
    • Ahrimanic reality not belonging to us, into which, however, Lucifer
    • longer indulge in the cultivation of the merely beautiful. This would
    • see it. Indeed, they will not see it as long as they deceive
    • themselves about man himself, as long as they consider man to be
    • no longer a theory but a vividly felt reality of the soul which
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    • the last echo of a primeval culture of mankind no longer appreciated
    • today. Historical considerations can no longer see these things in
    • “know thyself” exists like a longing, but this “know
    • longer able to differentiate between the general concept of God and
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    • way up to our time. But it will no longer do in our time, and quite
    • of mankind these instincts no longer exist and man must consciously
    • Our own evolution, of course, went on alongside all this, by way of
    • conditions upon the ancient Moon. But alongside these
    • dear friends, as long as one does not take into consideration these
    • longer pass by these things. They are not convenient. For it has
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    • and on the other the internal; between the two there is no longer the
    • something that is in our inner being, that belongs to the outer and
    • longer today, or, rather, it is soul in a different way. The spiritual
    • which belongs to the human being no longer exists. And therefore the
    • place. The ancient way does no longer suffice, and many attempts that
    • post-Atlantean period it was no longer possible to understand, with
    • Goethe was longing so very much. We shall have the possibility of
    • unity precisely in sense perception. If we no longer look at nature
    • which springs merely from our longing to exist after death, by the
    • which contained the soul element that belongs to the soul of man.
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    • longer than from four to six months! The outcome of this prophecy was
    • themselves members of a great family and will no longer tear each
    • out. Not so long ago, more primitive people in their atavistic state
    • have the longing not to interrupt the relation which karma has brought
    • being of those they have left behind. For a long time these young
    • spite of the latter's being here on earth. They take along with them,
    • his pain, by his feelings, for he has no longing to penetrate us with
    • his feelings, for he has no longing to penetrate us with his feelings,
    • children after their death long to find in the commemoration which we
    • offer then, general human relationships; they long to find in the
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    • sure, people of the present age have little longing to know the
    • these differentiations among mankind have no longer any power in the
    • experiences things which would have been spread over long periods of
    • of our age, for it belongs among the most significant impulses of the
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    • peculiar forces in the human soul. The psychoanalysts belong to
    • hysteria could no longer do so; she could speak and understand
    • passed a long time before. Breuer could easily hypnotize a
    • guests along the street when a cab came around the corner
    • one woman whom we are considering. She ran along the
    • person runs along the middle of the street in front of horses,
    • this longing for knowledge is so extremely tempting, tempting
    • never complete, but belongs to one of these two types,
    • they are at least so far along that they say to themselves:
    • are no longer confronted by a limited theory, but by the effort
    • a shock, the incident has long since vanished from her
    • else that belonged to it, intending to live in the country, and
    • that he was no longer any good at business! He was just as ill
    • along the streets, and sees everyone without a head. That
    • existence of God,) “belongs to the most stupid questions
    • long as the individual does it the nation will do it too. Only
    • pedagogy. This again is founded upon the justifiable longing to
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    • horses, ran in front of them along the street to the river
    • that lives within it. To the physical world belong all the
    • crossed, man and his soul are no longer in merely material
    • that there are long preparations and, in one section, that
    • erudition of the present day. Out of the long list of my books
    • men imagine they have long since got rid of — belief in
    • equipment for a genuine observation of life. So long as it is
    • and especially of popular lectures — so long as this
    • cause thinking to leave its track alongside of feeling and to
    • feeling is no longer confined to the physical plane, but stands
    • light, he longed to have the effects of his work continued, and
    • in the sphere of feeling, he is no longer in the life that is
    • understand such a principle for a long time without
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    • belonged to us. It is then there for us. It is the same with
    • way. When something long buried in memory stands before a human
    • experience. It is no longer remembered, but there below in our
    • someone has a longing to be the reincarnation of Mary
    • long as nothing intervenes in her upper consciousness,
    • ego goes along into every sphere; but as soon as something
    • errors along the way. This is the best of all: regard, as a
    • tries it, namely the astonishing discovery that he no longer
    • remain with us, but belongs to our environment. So we have
    • along, although grotesquely coarsened, to the present
    • someone dies with a definite wish; this wish belongs to that
    • some kind of imagery. Now as long as this desire lives within
    • belongs to the self alone. In clairvoyance it is reached
    • in it moral actualities are no longer separable from the
    • obvious that the standpoint of one who has labored long
    • Therefore, if work along these lines is undertaken by student
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    • this section (a–b) belong, in addition to our
    • connection, in touch with it, then that belongs also to our
    • of will belong to it as well, one might say that in the area
    • indicated by the parallel lines (a–b) everything belongs of
    • will belonging to the surface consciousness, the
    • upon which the subconscious works within us, there belongs in
    • belong to his own inner world. They would represent the sort of
    • belonging to something objective from that which appears in
    • to distinguish that which belongs to ourselves alone from
    • that which, as outer vision, belongs to a genuine entity can be
    • obstructions no longer exist by which something within
    • taken along when a human being passes through the gate of
    • rose a wonderful shining image belonging to the elemental
    • up the eye. He sees the formative forces belonging to his own
    • has perhaps an especial longing for someone whom he has left
    • behind. This longing, at the time lying in the subconscious,
    • way indicated through the longing for the one who is living
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    • metabolic and limb system belonging to the previous
    • but people no longer realize how wisdom is preserved in words.
    • no longer be an abstract truth alone, but will be studied
    • Throughout the long period between death and rebirth these
    • in after it has gone through the long development between death
    • belongs to the element of air. One thinks naturally that this
    • an organ - — belongs to the element of air, and the heart
    • the outer world. Of course the voluptuous longing for
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    • slowly passes over into the other, and long before one such epoch has
    • kingdom: that a whole group belongs together — that was existing
    • back to ancient times. Groups of human beings then belonged together,
    • the other quality, he will belong perhaps to different categories, but
    • Indian race, a Persian race, etc., because that is no longer correct.
    • when one brings along a four-year-old child, and because it is a human
    • individual qualities. As long as he stands on this standpoint, it is
    • individuality must develop so far, that it no longer has anything
    • long as one has preference for this or the other, so long is one
    • modern philosophers. These modern philosophers can no longer
    • death, and no longer employs the brain, then all scientific
    • in the speech of the time. This has no longer any meaning for a
    • longer be understood by the soul as soon as it no longer feels itself
    • begins to think, no longer with the physical brain, but with the soul,
    • which is no longer bound to the physical brain, i.e., which
    • really lives in the spiritual world. As long as one thinks with the
    • physical brain, so long can he go on characterising the world thus. As
    • the human soul so long as it is in a physical body, but understood
    • also when this soul is no longer bound to the instrument of the
    • but also by those who are no longer incarnated in physical bodies, but
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    • considerations concerning the Gospels belonged to the latter. Not
    • Christian centuries, and for a long time through the middle ages, was
    • Something absolutely correct lies behind that if we go back along the
    • that those who have worked a longer time in anthroposophical groups,
    • out in them, but also, the old clairvoyant faculties were no longer at
    • Science will only come again to these significant truths after a long
    • been undergone at a lower stage throughout long epochs is repeated
    • people. Thus Zarathustra, the Ego of Zarathustra, was led along that
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    • literary fashion long before they have a spiritual content; in an age
    • The astral body really belonged to the ancient moon. At that time, the
    • referred to the soul, than the “I,” though it no longer held
    • man's soul-solitude longs for the approach of the Lord in the soul, of
    • longer has to work as corresponds to the sun from out of the Waterman,
    • the rainbow which stands in the sky. How long is this anything? Only
    • so long as the necessary conditions are given between rain and
    • one no longer has the principle that one had, for instance, in ancient
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    • of the world, or he enters blindly along the other paths which
    • the blind alley into which one may stray along the various
    • of his purified life of thought, he could no longer boar this
    • we ourselves belong, that is most intensely connected with the
    • People became Metaphysical when they no longer it wasted
    • Saint-Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
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    • Angelic Being belonging to his own Ego.
    • we seek to evoke this very feeling, of belonging to the entire
    • raise ourselves above the deception which belongs to the
    • with flesh and blood, he would no longer believe that the
    • longer exists, then another external sense-reality will appear
    • will no longer be there, it will have been buried.”
    • Then came the Mystery of Golgotha, and that was then no longer
    • concepts; these things could no longer exist in modern times;
    • how the concept of Truth can lead the soul of man along many
    • was actually the case. Now, the Divine Ordering no longer
    • alongside it, for in Auguste Comte and Saint-Simon we find an
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    • Prometheus belongs to the world of Greek saga. He and his brother
    • means whereby they could save themselves and be no longer entirely
    • Caucasus, and was forced to endure there much suffering over a long
    • of the nose as belonging to what is essentially physical-mineral.
    • does not yet belong to the earth, who has not yet evolved the organs
    • for earthly sight, who still belongs to the Uranus-nature, to heaven.
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    • belonged in their whole nature to what we call the Moon evolution.
    • intelligence had now attained a special importance. The longing awoke
    • long journey of the human race. Odysseus is the representative of the
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    • is the immediate predecessor of Christianity. Hagen belongs to an
    • belonged to an earlier culture, and who were represented by Hagen, had
    • heroes are introduced, for they belong to a period that has already
    • Mysteries long before the emergence of Christianity. These events were
    • it. The Siegfried saga had long been the apocalypse of the northern
    • long to wait, so long to live in a state of expectancy. Theirs was a
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    • everything emanates. The priest belongs to the first caste, the
    • who are no longer associated with priestly power. This fourth sub-race
    • long as there were priests in the old sense, it was not possible for
    • Now things are no longer decided on the higher level, but Paris is
    • longer make a distinction between his own well-being and the
    • the divine principle which no longer separates man from man, but
    • brotherliness it will become the divine love. But so long as it makes
    • long preceded the Eleusinian Mysteries — this important moment,
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    • know that the etheric body belongs to the sphere of the occult; it is
    • a long development behind it that has come about during the course of
    • very nature. Today, this is no longer done. Uranus, for example does
    • commanded Noah to build a chest three hundred ells long, fifty ells
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    • outer needs, out of a certain longing perhaps, to create a House of
    • the Middle Ages there arose along the Rhine that remarkable religious
    • itself. Through long periods of time the human souls had to work on
    • night, belongs to the physical body, and it was the same on Saturn
    • stage the body was below; above was something that as soul belonged
    • but it added new parts. For long stretches of time the soul lived on
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    • immortality on a higher level. As long as he had not experienced
    • death, so long was the world unrevealed to him because duality
    • belongs to the revealed world — death and life.
    • this current of the time. Further along the way we find Nicolaus
    • Cusanus (1400–64), and so we can follow along in time until the
    • as something that still belongs to it. In the Pythagorean sense we
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    • whole universe insofar as it belongs to us.
    • which they belong. Let us see what they show us.
    • future they will no longer form part of the human body. There are
    • Then men will no longer have the physical forms they have today; they
    • with the group souls that belong to the present-day animal species,
    • as long as the earth shall exist, a group soul for the higher
    • group soul, which still belongs to all men in common, is represented
    • the physical and then again up to the spirit. This seems a long
    • Mankind will be so far along morally and ethically that all
    • will have developed as purified snake body will no longer work
    • of the spiritual belongs to the spiritual and must not be profaned.
    • belong where spiritual things are enacted and reach
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    • the primeval world-wisdom, which through such long epochs of time has
    • ever been streaming into humanity. But, all through those very long
    • physical sight. The aura remained: men could no longer see it, but
    • was the totality of spiritual beings belonging to that planet.
    • One single word for two things which, though they certainly belong to
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    • four elements. These four elements are respected no longer by the
    • warmth and feels it as something belonging to oneself; one stands
    • itself one can no longer perceive outwardly. If you believe that when
    • gaseous and belonging to air is a lower element than warmth, that
    • belonging to the spiritual hierarchies. We have been speaking of the
    • says to himself: ‘The nights are getting longer, the days
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    • at the present day one differentiates no longer between the various
    • universal time, were human not so very long ago, for they were men
    • gradually on Saturn: inner warmth, and along side of it outer warmth
    • no longer required to pass through any similar condition to that
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    • passed through their human evolution so very long ago, that on the
    • Spirits of Personality — Archai. These Beings belong to the
    • outside in the Universe always more and more, they remained longer
    • and longer in the Spiritual World. Who helped them to do this?
    • Thrones, and these help them to stay longer out in the Universe than
    • spiritual region which surrounded the ancient Sun longer than they
    • Saturn. We have twelve such powers, belonging to the kingdom of the
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    • that belongs to-day to the whole of our solar system; our Sun, Moon,
    • because, along with all the remaining Moon and Earth, it divided from
    • the Sun the coarser substances and beings belonging to it. But
    • Universe, should have duration, so long as it is needed, that it
    • planet from itself, which remained in its vicinity. At first, so long
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    • long time yet, till towards the end of earthly evolution when other
    • [but] preserve the memory from one incarnation to the other, so long
    • man will again be so largely spiritualised that he will hardly belong
    • through the Zodiac during the course of long years. It is generally
    • further, so that in the course of long, long epochs of time, it
    • Sun withdrew along with those Beings who could bear quite different
    • particular globe along side the ancient Moon; it is now near the
    • surrounding realms of the earth to which they belonged and incarnated
    • who belonged to higher Hierarchies, to Mercury and Venus. The sons of
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    • there is of him upon earth, does not look as if it belonged to a spiritual
    • piece of water may belong to it here, and far away another piece. In
    • these Archangels rushing along in the water; you could recognise them
    • long ago. If we return to the first epoch of old Atlantean times, we
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    • the point, for these studies do not move along these lines. That
    • joint action of the universal powers who belong to the Hierarchies.
    • circumference, along with the previously mentioned Beings, the
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    • there began within him the life of the single being belonging to him,
    • not paint the whole egg red, but only just a belt. Along this belt
    • end, the beings which belong to it have to take part in its
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    • wonderful work in Milan, how long it would still last? For one must
    • this so long as your ideas remain in the space of three dimensions;
    • do with our evolution at all, but which along with the withdrawing
    • Now consider that such Beings as the Mights, belonging to the second
    • two poles which belong to each other. If Love is to enter into our
    • yet belongs to the Hierarchies.
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    • and wait patiently for their realisation, however long deferred it
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    • possibility of working on it in such a way that it no longer follows
    • etheric body, which then withdraws along with the astral body and the
    • to practice this as long and as much as our Karma demands, this
    • brain, etc. And this is also true of the etheric body, so long as it
    • and which, therefore, also guard us as long as we are within it. So
    • incarnation to incarnation. As long as from morning to night we are
    • during his incarnations. All this remains invisible so long as the
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    • minerals, belonging to the lower realms of nature, may arouse an
    • kingdom be observed over long periods of time, the law of growth and
    • world along with phenomena of colour, sound, tastes, scent, etc. It
    • course of long periods of time; — human consciousness of today
    • life stand the other beings who belong to a more powerful kingdom.
    • felt to be older beings than those belonging to the kingdom of Zeus.
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    • the Earth and of the kingdoms belonging to it. Behind the phenomena
    • evolution during the Old Sun period; they belong to the Old Sun
    • spiritual beings belonging to the kingdom of Old Saturn, who during
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    • along straight lines. Evolution is never a simple, straight line of
    • Men belonging to the northern stream were more adapted for the use of
    • this category belong the beings reverenced as the Northern Germanic
    • behind the outer veil of the sense world. Men belonging to the
    • belonged to the Nether World and were rulers of the soul life.
    • world and along each of them to discover that which was serviceable
    • belonging to this northern stream, and only from them could be
    • pouring forces into the very depths of soul life, belonging to him in
    • through long periods of time.] the being who had most truly shown the
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    • long periods of time developed from the first germ of human existence
    • mysteries leading man along the path through the inner soul life to
    • to be found along the path through the inner nature were reserved for
    • human evolution when it can no longer suffice to receive the Gospels
    • that the world can no longer be satisfied with the old Gospel
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    • man belonging to the Graeco-Latin people saw the world much as it is
    • upon the earth. As long ago as the age when Zarathustra was pointing
    • side. There is no such thing as an evolution which proceeds along a
    • the resistance it offers, because they are no longer directly aware
    • saw as fire. We no longer see this fire in the air; we only feel it
    • we call second sight. Suppose when walking along the street anywhere,
    • seek along the right paths have no idea that there is such a thing as
    • appear. Even the Greek Mysteries do not belong to the most brilliant
    • clairvoyance, useful and practicable in ancient days, was no longer
    • human organisation has already progressed so far that it is no longer
    • the more certainly fulfilled. Men can no longer handle the results of
    • clairvoyance is no longer of service to them. But there has always
    • whole event; he belongs to the twelve that are not thinkable without
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    • are either to be taken as belonging to the Kingdom of Christ or to
    • the sun-beings with all their sub-beings, along the path leading
    • withdrawal, belonged, strictly speaking, to neither of those
    • other side of the veil of the soul-world; for if he was led along the
    • be dimly sensed, but it could no longer live in the soul. The old
    • consciousness these two paths were no longer united. At most he dimly
    • being whose existence was not doubted, but whom men could no longer
    • extent outside the physical body no longer obtained in the humanity
    • civilisation could no longer use the instruments of the etheric body
    • Persian was no longer able to do this; but he could make use of his
    • astral body, and this he did. Because he could no longer perceive
    • civilisation, over in Asia, people belonging to the northern stream
    • sentient-soul belonged to the third epoch. But what the sentient-soul
    • developed during the Chaldaic-Egyptian period was no longer wisdom
    • the course of time. And so a man belonging to the Chaldaic-Egyptian
    • epoch no longer was conscious of the wisdom of the world spread out
    • pulsates in all things, could no longer be, as it were, read by man,
    • being in its unity. Men could no longer penetrate as far as during
    • world within themselves, and no longer experienced the wisdom in the
    • even in the naming of the gods. When a person belonging to the old
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    • belong to the secrets of numbers. And the secrets of numbers are those
    • essentially those of space and conditions which belong essentially to
    • to that which belongs to the soul, arose out of that soul world.
    • man if they wanted to give instruction upon that which belongs to the
    • humanity in older civilisations. But the soul life of man belongs to
    • veil of soul life, behind that which belongs to time.
    • that all that belongs to the one may be described as the sphere of
    • goodness, and that which belongs to the other, as the sphere of evil.
    • fully here — we must understand that what only belongs in minor
    • permanence there remain belonging to the good, the five actually
    • signs of the Zodiac belong to the world of light, to the upper world,
    • and that the lower five beginning with Scorpio belong to the world of
    • belong to time, we must take the number seven as our clue; the
    • signified an advance of this Bodhisattva when it was no longer
    • there also lived in the world for a long, long time, the Being which
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    • Philosophical concepts, concepts of human cerebration long since
    • that they should no longer be open to the ordinary means of
    • Nowadays theology is admitted along with anthropology as something
    • philosophy. The meaning of philosophy can really no longer be
    • between the lines. Then came his successors who no longer realized
    • that those doctrines originated in direct experience. They no longer
    • has remained a shriveled web of concepts no longer connected with the
    • the product of a long evolution. Its first germinal potentiality came
    • ears and so forth, is the product of a long development. It has all
    • When we no longer merely perceive matter but take the
    • speak of touching. Hearing we can no longer describe as
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    • can bear the heat no longer, and we are burned. When it is no longer
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    • longer be dealing merely with a sense perception but with a judgment,
    • listens for what is inaudible, for what belongs in the realm of
    • sentience, feeling and thought. Were we to continue along this path,
    • by ascending from the senses by way of the soul to what is no longer
    • in him, to spirit acting from without, which belongs equally to man
    • This portion we can no longer perceive ourselves, because it is the
    • longitudinal axis of the body, effecting a sort of split up above. At
    • damming up, a reciprocal action takes place that extends along the
    • whole line, so to speak; it forms the longitudinal axis of the body,
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    • currents, therefore, belong together, though they are now separated.
    • long as men restricted themselves to observing outer objects with the
    • imitates long before he has any idea of visualization whatever. First
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • that is, the impression of these — only as long as you are in
    • the ego conception could be present continually or for a prolonged
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • dominion of these independent visualizations, longings and desires.
    • soul, attacking from the rear. As long as we understand and can
    • In everyday life, boredom is a condition in which the soul longs for
    • that, unfulfilled, develop longings in us. That is why an
    • few visualizations that could develop longings within him. But
    • time the next one comes along. Outer occurrence and inner experience
    • no longer let them enter our soul worlds, yet the external passing of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • As memory had laid long years between.
    • along as permanent experience of the recollected visualizations and
    • our own soul life. That is what we take along, not the color or the
    • of desire. Along with the sense sensation we carry what swirls and
    • reasoning, imbued with a longing for satisfaction and decision
    • come under the head of concepts like impatience, hope, longing,
    • origins of soul processes like impatience, hope, longing, and so
    • desire flowing along with the current of the soul, and it does not
    • void. Hence, the soul lives in unsatisfied longing, in inner contexts
    • inner experiences in which we have an unfulfilled longing. Let us
    • When a longing of the soul surges in great waves to the
    • to live along in this way, becoming more and more humble, he would
    • them something to take along, but what? Well, since the soul life is
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • totally different soul force is at work, thundering along in mighty
    • have many kinds of feelings, for example, longing, impatience, hope,
    • two streams. Here are all the conceptions you have brought along,
    • it not only can flow along in the soul unconsciously, so to speak,
    • visualizations that live along unconsciously in the soul and the
    • finished. With your ego you live along in the continuous stream of
    • along smoothly, but as meeting the life of the senses. You must see
    • longer cope with the physical plane without the aid of occult
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    • to accept the spirit along with the soul of man.
    • hate. That is true as long as we limit our observation to the soul:
    • occupied himself throughout a long scholarly life with Aristotle. It
    • Aristotle? Naturally, the longing for another physical incarnation.
    • The spirit must feel this longing, otherwise it would have completely
    • to perfect itself, it must feel the longing for it. Therefore, it is
    • belongs in the physical body and leaves it at death. Yet, if we think
    • consistently along Aristotle's line of reasoning, in passing over, it
    • carries with it the longing for a physical body without being able to
    • that the soul would have to live on with a longing for a new
    • delivered into the earthly world, is equipped with a longing for
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • modern science would take a long time, and references to external
    • how man happens to long for a world that really in no way discloses
    • come along and say that men assume gods or a god, but that what they
    • process long enough we achieve what we have always described in
    • far along the path under discussion, but the voluntary encouragement
    • sphere the spiritual human soul belongs. It does not exist as an
    • philosophy which maintains that, along with what is given through
    • in the form of ideas, felt the presence of the Luciferic along with
    • persist as long as the fundamental conditions of the occidental
    • longing are determined by it! What yearning it excites, what bliss it
    • underlying longing and rapture it engenders would not be based upon
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    • which you are not aware. Walking along the street, you perceive a
    • nothing happens through emotions alone, and as long as we remain
    • something that is certainly no longer in our soul. Yet in a certain
    • which exhumation was not permitted after so long a lapse of time, it
    • was going to town, to church. She dreamt vividly of the long walk on
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    • A man must live long and often enough in the pure inner
    • future incarnation, and for this reason he has the longing to keep
    • returning. In each incarnation he must long for what is impossible of
    • predominating feeling must be a longing to return, in order to
    • become in one incarnation. This longing for ever new earth lives must
    • that we should long for reincarnation in order to be able to correct
    • into himself throughout a long cultural evolution what he must so
    • the longing for ever new earth lives, in order to fill and enrich
    • emotional phraseology, we could say, “Ardently longing for
    • manifest itself in this longing for incarnation only after it has
    • longing for a new embodiment, until such time as everything that fits
    • far along as we might be after the first three months.
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    • longer give much consideration.
    • of the other creatures belonging to the Earth — the plants and
    • Soul which belongs alike to Sun, Moon and Earth. And so when a man
    • long, long ago, the immortal soul entered into the physical body and
    • that no longer did a single individual human soul live within him, but
    • East as Budhi. When a man no longer feels himself a single being, as
    • thinking upon which human passions, impulses and instincts no longer
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    • which we are now to speak has to do with a Sun belonging to a far
    • When the midnight hour drew near they had been for long hours in the
    • earth, is hidden; the earth can see the sun no longer. Then, ring upon
    • life; they did not belong entirely to the material world but neither,
    • consciousness was no longer confined within the bounds of
    • belonged a man whose still wider consciousness embraced a whole
    • people. He was an Initiate of the fifth degree. He no longer bore a
    • imagery belonging to Christianity. The symbols of Christianity are
    • "As long as thou best it not,
    • longer understands what speaks to him in the rippling of waves, in the
    • replaced by others equally significant, where it will no longer be
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • the wisdom belonging to the fifth Post-Atlantean epoch of
    • longer comprehend that the Being called Christ had been present in a
    • when it was no longer possible to understand what had descended from
    • no longer realised that in the highest and truest sense it could be
    • longer understood, the birth of a human being was commemorated. For
    •     And slept so long all unknowing,
    •         Who lay so long a-sleeping.
    • human soul itself, strong, innocent, tranquil, leading us along our
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    • Gnosis belongs to an age that is past and over. True, its
    • How long after the Mystery of Golgotha was the Temple at Jerusalem,
    • And so those who belonged to the tribe of the Ingaevones (and in a
    • the several tribes who belong to the Ingaevones) " specially revere
    • this form had long since died out, echoes of the happening were
    • themselves "Men belonging to the God or the Goddess Ing" — Ingaevones.
    • South the Temple Mysteries had long since superseded the old
    • When in those long past times in the far North, when the earth was
    • no longer possessed the ancient knowledge, when the tidings came that
    • at a time when men's longing for peace is shouted down?
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    • belongs. It is of the impulses of will which then take effect in the
    • attitude of soul differed widely from that of to-day, they no longer
    • of the science belonging to an earlier epoch. Men sought in the stars
    • belonged —) individual pupils in the Mysteries were initiated into a
    • the outer universe belonging to an ancient culture which in its last
    • Who until then had not belonged to the earth, was drawing near. And
    • naturalism invaded this domain of belief. There was no longer any
    • men, the true reality of the Event of Golgotha can no longer be
    • the conceptions belonging to a much earlier epoch. The assertion of
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    • Goethe: “So long as thou hast it not, this dying and becoming,
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    • those times there was a longing to return to the Fathers, and this
    • In the course of the first four centuries of Christendom this longing
    • in Jordan, the Christ, Who was a Being belonging to a world beyond the
    • longer possible. The possibility of understanding the real nature of
    • longed to return to their origin, to be gathered to their Fathers, to
    • Rome sat Augustus Caesar. People of to-day no longer realise that
    • They long for Immortality, for they do not want to sink into
    • impulse of renewal, for inasmuch as Christianity no longer understands
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • been at work in all human life and human affairs. After a long pause
    • Christ-forces that stream through happenings in the world belong to a
    • minor parts which compose them, belongs to the general history of the
    • named the First. What inwardly befalls individuals, belongs to the
    • taught and practised, so long as He went about on earth."
    • human soul — belonging to no matter what part of earthly evolution —
    • that for long ages the best human souls have been yearning, pining for
    • of the human heart, and the longing for it, has been one of life's
    • veil should be drawn over the great Event, because men were no longer
    • whom he would fain bring salvation, wandering in chaos but yet longing
    • man? The higher members of human nature are no longer in the corpse
    • impossible as long as the human mind was unable to conceive that the
    • eternally if we seek the experience belonging to the Holy Night of
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    • speak like that along the lines of the theory of knowledge, for there
    • might easily believe that as long as man has inhabited the earth,
    • individuality, who, as far as he himself was concerned, had no longer
    • did not exist above. As long as the Furies, the avenging spirits, were
    • Buddha repeated a human organisation belonging to earlier times,
    • together with a soul-capacity belonging to times yet to come. The
    • longed, because a part of himself was there. This marvellous inner
    • all along been speaking of those Beings who formed the sentient-soul
    • Thus twelve Bodhisattvas belong to Christ, and they prepare and
    • Christ among them, it will be a long time before they mature
    • see Christ in a new light. Only when the last Bodhisattva belonging to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • the spiritual effects reveal themselves just as long after the
    • can no longer give the lad what he had before, we can at any rate
    • the long years of my tutorship I not only observed the children of
    • noses but should survey longer periods of time, and that it is not
    • — but taking longer spans of time, this cannot well be said. All
    • force it upon the child, rather ought we to arouse a longing for that
    • finger can no longer carry out its proper duty. It is accustomed to
    • man. The physical can only possess overwhelming power as long as a man
    • in the long run. If we contemplate a single life, as well as life from
    • karma is a law that no longer depresses us, but rather one which
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • important point, then continues for a while along a more level road,
    • he would have continued for a longer time to feel himself, through his
    • luciferic influence, man had to wait as long a time for the
    • life of man as time went on. In the course of a very long time have
    • comparatively short time. A very long time elapsed between the
    • behind him. He still remained, for a long time, in connection with the
    • influence had not come. He long remained a participator in it; for a
    • long time he continued to feel that his finer, more spiritual
    • For a long time he still continued to feel that his impulse was not a
    • speaking, much longer than the Ages we still have to describe. After
    • instincts. Man could no longer be called a companion of the Gods in
    • will then no longer have to follow the Outer Law, the Ten
    • no longer bestowed upon them. They had become poor in spirit.
    • who no longer receive the spirit bestowed upon them according to the
    • developing the most egotistical passions. As long as the ego is still
    • they are simply mentioned as living there. For a long time after the
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • other Divinities related in words belonging to the physical plane
    • prepared long before. We have seen how during the first period
    • the deepest core of his being with the consciousness: I belong to a
    • no longer to believe that they could only enter the Spiritual world in
    • the spirit!’ That means, those who can no longer rise into
    • or God-filled, who, while they could no longer look outside for help
    • worst consequences of the longing for existence. Six hundred years
    • satisfy the longing in their sentient soul for an all-ruling earthly
    • Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit, and Spirit-Man. Here man can no longer work
    • ‘with God’ in the old sense could no longer be described as
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • matter. People come along to-day and speaking from their trivial
    • are which are completely wrong and out of drawing; to these belong the
    • understands these things it will no longer speak as foolishly as it
    • Science, but also for thinking along those lines. But we must not look
    • an old Moon existence belonging to an earlier stage? And is there in
    • carries the laws belonging to the old Moon-existence into our own.
    • strengthened. The old forces can no longer lead man thither. That is
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • is not so very long ago, comparatively speaking, that the human
    • brought into the development of humanity than if everything went along
    • to-day; and we know that before long nothing will remain of the work
    • arrangements organised by the various civilisations will no longer
    • Egyptian-Chaldean Age, had been developed by the influence so long
    • Europe what they were longing for. Hence it was in Europe that
    • Thebes. This had to be done away with. The longing of man to draw
    • Greek, which gives us a deep insight into the longings of the Greek
    • ‘A time is now coming when men must no longer take into
    • West. The two belong together; as Christ appears in the East, so
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    • activity which she exercised on the physical plane as long as she
    • In the primeval past, not long after the great Atlantean catastrophe
    • possible in these days for human thought to travel along such crooked
    • revelations of the higher worlds must always come along the by-way of
    • than she did so long as the grace ruling the development of the world
    • sound no longer appear spiritual. Dost thou believe that colour and
    • the longing for existence! No! Thou must look upon the life on earth
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    • This is no longer so in the spiritual world. There we realize that
    • threshold we are no longer in a position to correct, but are forced
    • certain time after death, for instance, we can no longer ask
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    • are then no longer able to hold the previous visions. For example,
    • spirit. From this moment onward, one experiences Lucifer no longer as
    • have to undergo later in the world of the spirit. For a long span of
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    • he no longer says, “Carl speaks,” or “Mary speaks,”
    • your hand in water and move it along, there is resistance wherever
    • Jupiter, Saturn, that is, in the stars belonging to the planetary
    • who longs to discover the source of the highest qualities he
    • There were long, long stretches of time in human evolution on earth
    • his existence on earth began. As long as the ancient clairvoyance
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    • smaller groups long acquainted with spiritual science.
    • are drawn to it. We should not nurture longings to bring everyone to
    • find along the wayside gladdens us. This would not happen on the
    • heavenly spheres. As long as we dwell within the Moon sphere we are
    • in kamaloca, which means that we are still longing to be connected
    • life in kamaloca to forego passions and longings. The sojourn in the
    • science for a longer time it is best to say things plainly.
    • earth. A long span of our evolution after death, and our ability to
    • fearful loneliness, filled with a continual longing to get to know
    • can go to him and put things right. This is no longer possible from
    • endeavored to draw towards the Christ. Today this no longer suffices.
    • Thus, we arrive in the Mars sphere. As long as we dwelt below the
    • clearer it became. I am no longer astonished at the legend that
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    • strive to draw a thing towards us, the longer we are capable of
    • in which they will no longer we able to form any Monistic Union, but
    • religious communities to which he belonged during his earthly
    • themselves to satisfy the longing that arose there. Because without
    • was possible for souls to have intercourse with others belonging to
    • goes on, and to it will belong the need to understand the Mystery of
    • words about the region where things are no longer subject to change.
    • were once reversed. They no longer stand where Michelangelo had
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    • environment, and yet the instinctive longing to do so does arise at
    • powerful longing for the very thing he hates in his upper
    • longing for it in his subconsciousness or astral consciousness.
    • profound longing of which they were unaware during life. So it can be
    • death a sphere of wishes in which a passionate longing for spiritual
    • instance, the dead person, who has an intense longing to learn
    • stream can flow into this otherwise fixed longing. That is actually
    • longer be indifferent.
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    • ourselves from this connection. Indeed, we no longer have a physical
    • longings and desires for earthly life. Man must experience all this
    • longs to be together. People who lack a moral disposition of soul on
    • longing and a love for the spirit of which he is unaware. This is
    • science will continue to feel the anguish of longing for it unless we
    • help him. We can assist him from the earth if such a longing is at
    • time we would no longer be alive.
    • One finds, for instance, that many who belong to the Hindu religion
    • essential. We must bring this understanding along with us from the
    • I struggled long against this piece of knowledge and to begin with
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    • When a person is no longer physically present, the riddle arises as
    • come across a person who, through a deep inner longing, through his
    • the secret soul impulses and longings that he has suppressed during
    • after death developed an intense longing for it. Such antagonists
    • devachan, that they can no longer understand words but only thoughts.
    • only understand language as long as they are in kamaloca. When a
    • other hand, belong to an age that is characterized by the fact that
    • such forces are no longer exercised on the bodily nature. Man,
    • earth evolution man will have progressed so that there will no longer
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    • surrounding us, to which we belong with the best part of our soul
    • long as he makes use of the physical senses and the intellect, the
    • which we live between death and rebirth. He longed to be reunited
    • manifest their presence by way of a physical body. He longed to know
    • gone through the gate of death will have a fearful longing to be
    • the agony, the longing, the renunciation, but also the hopelessness
    • longing of humanity.
    • The thoughts and mental images that we regard as belonging to an
    • senses can give us, it is as if we were to journey along the path
    • belongs to him. How does a person go through the world? One person
    • rather out of love of ease! A long time has to elapse before people
    • are able to think and feel along new lines, and it is only because of
    • are as long as we rest within the womb of divine spiritual wisdom.
    • also follows it who merely feels a longing to hear something about
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    • that occur during the long period between death and rebirth are truly
    • long to go back. I feel the lack of all I had. Longingly in my soul I
    • seek a path to my life-long companion but I cannot find her. I cannot
    • to me during the long span of physical existence has become dumb.”
    • That spiritual inheritance is exhausted today. It is no longer
    • religious feelings of the past are no longer sufficient to give the
    • may appear as “clever conjecture,” and yet they belong to
    • in his unconscious he harbors an urge, a longing, to hear about
    • spiritual truths. The old means of orientation are no longer
    • Let us take the soul of Goethe. For a long time before birth the soul
    • women who could provide over a long period of time the appropriate
    • one feels that it is a mere stammering because our language belongs
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    • If nothing else were to occur, things would take their course along
    • that we can meet certain beings, and man belongs above all among
    • no longer needed to incarnate in physical human form. The Gautama
    • no longer needed to return to the earth thus continuing to dwell in a
    • Human beings on earth could no longer find access to him. Only those
    • there were no physical teachers, but teachers belonging to the
    • had completed his incarnations it was no longer necessary for him to
    • through the Mars sphere. This belongs to the exceptional case in
    • earth also. Beings belonging to other planets, just as man belongs to
    • we also cannot establish a connection with conditions belonging to
    • anthroposophist, belonged to the same society, and show him a sample
    • towards spiritual science will long for it after death. If may happen
    • presents a difficulty. There was no difficulty as long as the one was
    • science is no longer a theory but has permeated souls, a living
    • belong to the common possession of humanity. A man may be an
    • who belongs to the anthroposophical movement to gain an impression of
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    • able to illumine a particular area along the journey between death
    • worlds it is no longer valid. Supersensible perception often reveals
    • Because such souls are no longer dull but are endowed with a variety
    • longer serve the need of physical existence because the body has been
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    • longs for his physical body, and in normal cases this longing holds
    • him back in the sphere of the earth for a longer or shorter period.
    • inordinate longing for certain things within earthly conditions and
    • their being bound to the earth sphere for a longer time after death.
    • who no longer, or never, descend into a physical body. The Buddha
    • take a long time so that if a soul has any aptitude for receiving
    • known that he would often go away for a long time. Then he would
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    • behind on the earth after death. Today souls no longer have the
    • works. What I am now saying is intended as a supplement. For a long
    • has to rid himself of the longing for his physical body. During this
    • birth. As long as man is called to journey from life to life the
    • lose the thought of his own ego. Then he would no longer be aware
    • the more profound longing for spiritual science. When we have gone
    • normal consciousness but longed for it in the depths of his soul
    • without being aware of it will often display this longing powerfully
    • in the Sun period it sufficed for one man to belong to the Brahma
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    • Those who have already shared in our aims for a longer period will
    • most, a longing for death may arise in the super-sensible world but
    • only what we are when we are no longer because it only knows the
    • we find that what weaves between separate beings no longer continues.
    • super-sensible world inasmuch as a person who belongs to a particular
    • This is followed by a period when it is no longer sufficient to have
    • those belonging to the Hindu race can be adherents of it. If a racial
    • We enter a new age. Christianity can no longer work in the way it did
    • foundations belong to the past. They followed one another and brought
    • being. All this has to be determined long in advance. But this means
    • a preparatory way through the whole genealogical stream long before
    • been sociable but was condemned to loneliness, a longing arises in
    • him after death. He longs for a condition of unconsciousness. But
    • worlds matter no longer exists. Everything there is a question of
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    • everything we perceive here in the physical world to which we belong
    • spiritual that belongs to the Moon becomes an organ within him. It
    • earth until they have ascended to the rank of buddhahood. As long as
  • Title: Lecture I: Human and Cosmic Thought
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    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • If someone were to come along who held this view, and if you had to
    • that we know, that we have long known. If we are to rise from the
    • when men could no longer “have God” through human
    • brilliant thinkers, and for a long time one does not see where the
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • would expect from somebody who came along with ideas such as those I
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    • “What! — learn to make boots? For a long time that has
    • evening it is soiled with all sorts of things; it shines no longer.
    • was something that belonged to the most important confessions of
    • suppose that someone has had a long life, in the course of which he
    • creatures belonging in both cases to the general concept. And yet no
    • which it belongs is no evidence for its general validity. Someone can
    • not hold good in a sphere to which it does not belong. Anyone,
    • capable of having ideas, will no longer be a mere Idealist; he
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    • belonging to each other, so Hegel arranges all the concepts that he
    • is no longer an Empiricist, because he no longer depends upon the
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    • brought about by the soul being unable to proceed further along an
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • which belongs to the thinking is working all day long upon the brain,
    • their work, to which we ourselves belong. As parts of our brain are
    • that we belong with our whole being to that which it has to
    • be placed one-sidedly in life, we know that we belong to a great
    • much, much must be taken into consideration along this path in order
    • If one becomes a seeker, if one earnestly sets to work along the path
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    • can get along quite well with words. Most of what we call “thinking”
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • If someone were to come along who held this view, and if you had to
    • that we know, that we have long known. If we are to rise from the
    • when men could no longer “have God” through human
    • brilliant thinkers, and for a long time one does not see where the
    • Now suppose someone came along and said: “I don't
    • would expect from somebody who came along with ideas such as those I
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    • “What! — learn to make boots? For a long time that has
    • evening it is soiled with all sorts of things; it shines no longer.
    • was something that belonged to the most important confessions of
    • suppose that someone has had a long life, in the course of which he
    • creatures belonging in both cases to the general concept. And yet no
    • which it belongs is no evidence for its general validity. Someone can
    • not hold good in a sphere to which it does not belong. Anyone,
    • capable of having ideas, will no longer be a mere Idealist; he
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    • belonging to each other, so Hegel arranges all the concepts that he
    • is no longer an Empiricist, because he no longer depends upon the
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    • brought about by the soul being unable to proceed further along an
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • which belongs to the thinking is working all day long upon the brain,
    • their work, to which we ourselves belong. As parts of our brain are
    • that we belong with our whole being to that which it has to
    • be placed one-sidedly in life, we know that we belong to a great
    • much, much must be taken into consideration along this path in order
    • If one becomes a seeker, if one earnestly sets to work along the path
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    • world penetrates everywhere, it is no longer easy to grasp how the
    • something which in a certain way also belongs to art, with the mood
    • substance that the moment when life has left it, it can no longer
    • outer elements work upon it. But as long as they only work upon it,
    • as long as they are taken up by the living being, as they are taken
    • up by the plant as bearer of internal life-processes, so long does no
    • a danger to it. When the reflex movement is no longer enough to
    • organs as long as they are sound. You feel them only when they give
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Evil
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    • development of the whole human race in the course of a long period of
    • passed. When man has so spiritualised himself that he no longer needs
    • still take a long time to become as perfect and wise as the physical
    • the fact that wisdom drew away and no longer guided, man became
    • longer good. Evil is good out of place. The absolute good of a planet
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    • we find that, after one or two new generations, a man no longer
    • understands the world. When he has become old he can no longer
    • things alone are reckoned as belonging to the members which come into
    • principle but has inherited from his ancestors. To this belongs what
    • and purified, maintains itself. So long as this amount lasts he lives
    • thus consumed it there is no longer any possibility for the physical
    • Where there is no light there can no longer be eyes susceptible to
    • of health; this development is an absolute reality. It belongs to the
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    • Indians longed for was held up by the holy Rishis. They
    • long for the pure harmonious expressions and constructions of
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Nature and Significance of Karma in the Personal and Individual, and in Humanity, the Earth and the Universe
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    • happened after a long period of time, with what may have happened
    • child in its later life it will be a long time before the essential
    • shall always find such causes by searching along the lines just
    • human life over long periods of time. Let us consider human life in
    • earth prepared long ago. There is a connection between what happened
    • causes must be laid long before outside the earth; and here we
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    • behaved in the meantime that he now no longer possesses all he once
    • have our beaver-building within us, and therefore we are no longer
    • all the other planetary bodies belonging to our special Earth
    • which at the present day belong to the Moon, at that time were still
    • into the later evolution. Thus phases of evolution belonging to
    • kingdom could never have developed alongside the human kingdom to-day
    • to become so set that the exit of the Moon could no longer be of any
    • that it could no longer enter into it as its dwelling. Hence it also
    • took refuge on other planets belonging to our solar system. Only a
    • remained rigid during the Moon period could no longer be changed,
    • They are the descendants of the bodies which we no longer wished to
    • us that we no longer have the cruelty of the lion, the slyness of the
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    • flies in the room, and that the real cause was that for a long time a
    • and this is taken along and kept permanently. In this extract of the
    • they are really there in man and act upon him. If you walk along the
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    • lasted for a long time, even into the nineteenth century, and when we
    • future you will no longer be inclined to commit such actions under the
    • actions a lack of independence, a lack of character which no longer
    • humanity the forces we call luciferic, which belong to beings who
    • the outer world. As long as a person is incarnated on the earth his
    • birth directs us to make ourselves so strong that we shall no longer
    • in treating luciferic forms of disease; it belongs to the sphere of
    • warmth and cold belong to the sphere of Lucifer. Everything which has
    • it warmer or colder through external influences, belongs to the sphere
    • overcome illness. It will now no longer seem incomprehensible that in
    • healing or otherwise, belongs to a higher power of judgement than the
    • set to work in life must not presume to place itself along with this
    • belong to our ordinary consciousness would then have to work.
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    • longer concern itself with any such connection. The idea of the
    • have been irrevocably forgotten. It is no longer possible to bring
    • succeeded in gaining such soul forces that he was no longer exposed to
    • any world-conception, and as long as we make no attempt to become
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    • incarnation long for a musical ear, will strive to come into this
    • he insists that he who wishes to descend will act no longer through
    • pain is manifested — as long as the etheric body penetrates too
    • long transcended. Through committing errors in a previous life, we
    • conditions ancient stages of consciousness appear which man has long
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • classification will now be longing to distinguish these illnesses that
    • For we shall see that Ahriman belongs to a very different region far
    • Everything that leads to further progressive evolution belongs to the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma of the Higher Beings
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    • much theoretical knowledge of things belonging to the physical world,
    • rational soul and the etheric body, but has, as it were, a longer way
    • life,’ and thus plunges headlong into gross material pleasures.
    • concurrently or over longer periods, or where they are working against
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • been said within the last days, you will no longer be astonished at
    • no longer be met. These beings, however, will not be liberated from
    • can no longer exist. From the moment of our birth, due to the luciferic
    • all the time while the other has walked a long distance, and has
    • us. As long as this is not generally done, external science, which
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Free Will and Karma in the Future of Human Evolution
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    • sees anything that does not belong to this category. You know, too,
    • hand continue through all ages — as long as there are
    • civilisations on the earth — and will continue as long as these
    • appears there is no longer matter, but something which lies beyond all
    • condensation of this fundamental substance, which is really no longer
    • Hence we see that what during long ages, from the mystery schools of
    • our modern science will not for a long time be ripe: Matter is in
    • reality woven light, and that which belongs to the soul is in some way
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • Lucifer. It is given as a sort of characteristic belonging to the
    • their work as long as they were performing it, they could not have a
    • the forms which are striven for in this way will also belong to the
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    • prevailed at the beginning of their earth lives, continuing over long
    • itself, something belonging intimately to itself but not always
    • entity, on the other hand it belongs to one's self, as Astrid and
    • She no longer says:
    • belong to those described by the poet: “The devil's never
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    • as far as they belong to the earth, by the mineral; they absorb the
    • part of the being of the earth. Therefore whatever belongs
    • Now there is also a lawful task belonging to Lucifer,
    • world, we would dream along in the perceptions streaming into us from
    • will not tear our souls away from the sense world as long as they are
    • through his imagination and his soul life of feeling, no longer
    • belonging to another kingdom of nature in the physical world, that
    • facts, everything that love can cause to live in us as a longing for
    • worlds. He will no longer merely look out and ponder the physical
    • with the capacities belonging to it. Even Kant's statement by which
    • belong only to the physical sense world, namely the kinds of
    • feeling and passion belonging to the sense world. Something further
    • it is no longer aware of it. It therefore believes that it is not
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    • entering that consciousness was already long present in man's nature.
    • happening, creep into every single being. It belongs to the health of
    • It is the physical body, as long as it is awake, that contributes
    • these active, lively, no longer passive thoughts. In the physical
    • and antipathy that belong to the elemental world. For this we must
    • being forsaken, which evokes the longing to awaken out of this state,
    • consequently belongs to the preparation we have often described as
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    • long time we are perhaps able to learn something that we never could
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    • more or less related to one another and belonged to the same family.
    • For a long time the people, of whom there was a fairly
    • earth life of the people was thereby prolonged for centuries, and
    • explanations that he no longer could listen properly and though he
    • individuals, on the other, the written works that belong to Ahriman —
    • foreseen, without Lucifer's intervention, it would belong to a
    • long period of my life, and only with the greatest effort could I get
    • peculiar in this: that one speaks all the short vowels long and all
    • the long vowels short, whereas dialect, the language born out of the
    • (long)
    • (long vowel)
    • (long)
    • spoken word belongs to the community, we would try to trace it back
    • through long periods of time. The more we do this, the more we give
    • authoritarian principle that belongs to writing — whether it be
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    • People will eventually see that they can no longer make do with the
    • rest of the world, the experience of music and poetry, too, belongs
    • remain shallow and superficial, we can get along easily enough on
    • What do we find in those spirit regions? No longer do we
    • that it belongs to the realm of the spirit as a living thought-being
    • from the spiritual world into this one. If you are walking along the
    • on meeting your other self. You no longer think then of your human
    • myself and belongs on the physical plane to my ego” — you
    • can no longer see nor hear, no longer are able, to think or feel or
    • now it finds itself belonging as a third entity to two others. The
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    • longer within us. The thinking, feeling, and will we have in the
    • belong to the realm of the possible; they happen often and most
    • various temples that do not reflect maturity, for which a longer
    • Here we are definitely no longer dealing with the merely subjective
    • Here he experiences his ordinary self, belonging to the physical and
    • that rightly belongs not outside but within him. The Other Philia
    • for karma belongs to the essential nature of a human being —
    • belongs to the super-spiritual world. All this is inner experience:
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    • confusion of modern intellectual life with clarity of vision, as long
    • to hold another long cycle of lectures.
    • meeting with the Guardian, however long it delays in coming to us;
    • shorter time, for others longer, we live within the astral body in
    • there's no longer anything to be seen. It is just the same with the
    • strong ones after death; for a long time they will be able to watch
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    • very many years, for instance, our long-lived trees. But of these
    • If we are no longer in a position to do a thing better, we still know
    • Autumn how that which in a certain sense belongs to us, again decays.
    • restore themselves. It is as if the forces belonging to the physical
    • night advances and the longer sleep lasts, the more do the forces in
    • psycho-spiritual nature belongs to that which is his physical human
    • belonging to the Earth-body. What in man’s psycho-spiritual
    • when he says: “Change the attitude of your soul; look no longer
    • Christianity which will be cosmopolitan. Protestantism has long
    • longings, the aspirations, the impulses of his soul continue to
    • some strength, certain qualities which had belonged to the father. If
    • The idea is no longer now so tragic. We see that just as the
    • sympathies and ideas that belonged to him. What has been said does
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    • immeasurable as long as we do not ascend from Imagination, which
    • two things correspond completely; they belong entirely to each other
    • science we had found how long the wolf needs to renew his substance.
    • lamb for ever so long becomes a lamb. So you will see that the ideas
    • If this were not so, then the development of our earth along with the
    • but who would utilise all the grains as seed. It would not be long
    • spiritually belongs thereto, and within there is a world of the soul.
    • He now sees that these two worlds belong to one another, and that
    • consciousness to see it all. That which belongs to the outer world
    • reality; it is appearance only as long as we live in the ordinary
    • task, the poles of which have to be again united. How long will they
    • earth belong to one another. In order to be able to unite they had
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    • us. So many ardent souls have a longing for this world, which has been
    • us, and belongs indeed to this other chapter of Greek history. Here,
    • Greece. See how it develops from the great philosophers belonging to
    • than is usually believed. Recall, for example, how long the whole
    • education, to absorb along with Latin a whole host of feelings and
    • ideas belonging to the Roman age. The result is that our public life
    • am taking Greece and Rome as belonging to modern times) a greater
    • experience. Of course, imagination was no longer present to the same
    • Indeed it was no longer there. Instead, the Roman needed passions and
    • over-spread with the formal element that belonged to Rome. All the
    • came when Rome could no longer understand what she had received, and
    • she no longer desired to understand them. They were felt to be foreign
    • foreign body that it no longer wanted. As a final consequence, the
    • birth, and for a long time Europe could do no more than look back to
    • Christianity and Greece so merged that today we can no longer
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    • fit into the progressive plan of the world. They belong to it and are
    • long before it happens, we shall then not be surprised to find
    • impetus had to be present bearing along with it the after workings, in
    • which was prepared long ago, is nothing more than the great attempt
    • Along with this normal process whereby the scene of action of man's
    • undisturbed along the straight path of evolution.
    • belong in the bodily nature but should develop freely, hovering in and
    • earthly gravity and by what belongs to the body. In his book, Elle
    • long. Each of several nations appropriated the Jesus type and
    • Land. Christ Jesus, who should belong to all of mankind, becomes a
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    • — well, unpleasant things belong to truth. In every case one
    • was reached by one or two steps running along each side. This
    • being who, though he belonged to a much lower hierarchy, was partly
    • world. They still exist subsensibly, belonging to what would be seen
    • soil were murdered by the decadent priesthood, which, though no longer
    • would lead to a point where men would no longer be inclined to look
    • far that he no longer trusts himself to look into his own inner self
    • the world only outwardly, no longer responding to what is reflected
    • moulded in life so that he comes to be regarded only as belonging to a
    • There is really no longer a safeguard today — at least, no
    • our circle the longing to forget often what is most important of all,
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    • upon this period of the Middle Ages as belonging to the fourth
    • conception belonged to the Middle Ages. Then came the Copernican. We
    • represents the faculty that belongs to those centuries. It is clear to
    • nineteenth century a certain longing has arisen, as if through some
    • The peculiar thing is that this longing took a form that was in
    • less rapidly than longings. It was along materialistic lines that man
    • longer find strength to penetrate into the spiritual world. As a
    • person imagines, that is, the search for the spirit along
    • that belongs to modern times, one learns about the lifeless. Through
    • respectively, what they had become after these remnants had been long
    • longing that had to be satisfied along materialistic paths one reached
    • the spiritual world along the same path that man has entered into
    • find that the world needs a wisdom that, along with being wisdom, also
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    • or a being belonging to some higher hierarchical order. As we know,
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, although they are retarded spirits, belong to a
    • different faculty belonging to the fifth epoch might arise. This
    • things as are here indicated are prepared long beforehand. These
    • of will under the sway of a longing to be alienated from the earth, to
    • longer have been capable of bearing an ego. But as forces in the world
    • up longings to discover it. It was this book that induced Christopher
    • pressing out the lemon, the doing away with it! Egos would no longer
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    • be prepared long beforehand. One can only recognize how in the
    • realize it. Their blood was no longer to be their own but was to be
    • belong to them but to their great spiritual mission. Whatever wealth
    • they might acquire belonged to no one individual but to the Order
    • longer a will of his own, but used his ecclesiastical power only to
    • Knights Templar, much that does not belong — perhaps even
    • longer knew anything of himself, but when he felt, he let the Christ
    • heretical. The methods of Philip the Fair are, however, no longer
    • youth was ascribed to him, along with all sorts of other things taken
    • living thing. How he longed for a possible expression for the
    • A longing for the full Christianizing of the treasures of wisdom
    • — a longing for the full Christianizing of earthly life so that
    • as it would take too long, but one's eye is first turned to a part of
    • The folly of their fathers, long since buried,
    • Long since 'tis hidden by its wealth of roses;
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    • denomination, the Anglican Church, to which many people belong; let us
    • lived throughout a long period in a religious communion because a
    • each member of the Order should realize that his blood did not belong
    • We are no longer far distant from the time in which we will understand
    • things. They are out of the question.” But it was not so long ago
    • senseless statement!” This happened not at all long ago; many
    • in those of today, though the connection is no longer known. Please do
    • certain seeds in the soul to guide it along its path in the spiritual
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    • he is no longer adapted to the sensible body. He gradually feels
    • these impulses belonged to the Wisdom of the Mysteries. If we leave
    • possible to them, showed to the people who belonged to such a Mystery,
    • meaning, because this once only had meaning as long as the leaders
    • connection. We pursue today an abstract science. We find no longer a
    • mankind has long stripped off that which distinguishes the aristocrat
    • had traveled the long way from the Mysteries of the East through the
    • Mysteries of Greece, the second, the long way from the Mysteries of
    • wreaths. That is to say, from below upwards there arose a longing
    • Science which can bring this longing, this impulse, to real clarity.
    • (Assent.) Today when one can no longer justify one's own view, it is
    • reached the most utter abstraction, it can no longer keep within the
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    • revelation regarding the Christ comes any longer from the
    • representatives of the creeds, that we no longer find in the events of
    • and soul-part of man pulsate i.e., along the path of Spiritual
    • human understanding is always, so long as we have not spiritualized
    • Leonardo was a long time painting this picture — twenty years. He
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    • afresh can only be obtained from a source not belonging to earthly
    • In the first place, that which belongs to the Mystery of the Will of
    • the corpse behind, upon the fact that we no longer work with these
    • longer had followers to support them. Then they would be ready of
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    • longer able to support his soul. Then the longing will arise within
    • should feel how important it is to direct our longings towards that
    • then turn away from all inclination to the Spirit. These longings
    • these men no longer understand that when man turns his attention to
    • if human beings no longer speak from such consciousness at all, but
    • Church, and whether it is permissible to belong to theosophical
    • Steiner, who took along with him most of the members, the Theosophical
    • As long as questions of this kind are not considered with due
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    • inner connections which may not be overlooked any longer. We must face
    • civilization. And today we have the full result. Long enough has
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    • the subconscious longings of today, and a science of initiation, an
    • ancient science that meets those needs and longings, is what
    • longings within. And yet, if we regard life without bias, we have to
    • what are the unconscious longings and needs of our time is to
    • I am not dwelling any longer on this introductory aspect because I
    • that comes upon us suddenly and, without spending a long time in
    • deepest longings of the human soul; on the other, gives us what we
    • to develop along those lines, no matter if the exercises take a number
    • and Inspiration, that we then belong to the universe as an eternal
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    • he can experience, and something that essentially belongs to his own
    • and sees that the physical body is no longer held together and built
    • have continued along the line that has been described, and how the
    • the Cross on Golgotha; no longer would there have been the living
    • spiritual vitality, he saw the spiritual alongside the physical being
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    • contemporary 'hermit existence.' This volume along with Cycle of the
    • other, with the physical-etheric part, he was to belong to that nature
    • who, according to the primordial decree that underlies all, belongs in
    • this world. Man belonged on the earth. The Dragon did not belong on
    • would like thoughts to be. Today people like to get along with
    • isolated in this way: in that respect he belongs to the cosmos, is
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    • contemporary 'hermit existence.' This volume along with Cycle of the
    • even so long ago. I repeatedly drew attention to the fact that in many
    • longer has any inner spiritual relation to what is spiritual in the
    • seriousness of the Christmas and Easter Festivals is no longer felt,
    • anthroposophical movement. That is indeed what we long for: that
    • longer sees spirit in things, which in the meantime has entered into
    • freedom. He no longer has in him the spiritual powers he might have;
    • longing in this elemental being to be released by him, instead of
    • spring as the birth of elemental beings longing for the spirit, and
    • blossoms. They will no longer stand alone as cosmic hermits who have
    • beings in nature. Men will no longer only feel themselves
    • come to the point where they no longer even know how clever they are.
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    • contemporary 'hermit existence.' This volume along with Cycle of the
    • entering a cave. It gets darker and darker as he gropes along until he
    • about gradually. Today there are no longer such men as were still to
    • physiologist refused to be clarified as long as he thought about it in
    • into the astral element, they persist longer, being more deeply
    • the earth, when this primal wisdom was no longer imparted in the old
    • differently life on earth flows along in the burgeoning spring than
    • we are as physical men; in respect of what goes on in us we belong to
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    • contemporary 'hermit existence.' This volume along with Cycle of the
    • then — only the earth will no longer be in existence as a
    • the festival intended to induce a feeling in man that he belongs not
    • cannot stand these anthroposophists who come along and change it all
    • that will render it more sensitive to impressions: it will no longer
    • is no longer possible for present-day mankind; but what will become
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    • he no longer feels himself to be outside the cosmic secret, but
    • within it, no longer outside the divine Essence but within It. When a
    • acquire this experience of thinking, he rests no longer within the
    • He can no longer doubt
    • just characterised, it is no longer the world we should grasp. Man is
    • no longer the most important thing to approach oneself. This is the
    • did long ago when you really sat in front of them as a child at
    • seeing a sunrise. Gradually, along this path you will come to
    • But in the moment man has this thinking-experience he no longer feels
    • of the cosmic sphere. Everything comes from the universe, no longer
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    • are there today, united with the moon. They belong to the population
    • the realm of the planetary world which belongs to our earth. We have
    • after his death he can no longer conceal this. When therefore we look
    • gate of death, having a good moral disposition. Indeed, that belongs
    • with the whole cosmic evolution those Beings who belong to the
    • out of man the spirit and soul, so that he should no longer trouble
    • ego which actually belongs to this body. Thus these Ahrimanic powers,
    • a time when the sense for the divine-spiritual was no longer alive,
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    • be in a position to build its new body — now no longer the
    • into such a situation belonging to my own youth. I then needed to
    • pages, so that I could no longer read them. That was an event of many
    • with these human beings. You have forgotten it long ago but it is
    • a day is longer, in Autumn shorter; in summer it is longest, in
    • memory of something experienced long ago; the day with its night
    • and summer-will into winter-will.” We are no longer related to
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    • but as physical earth man he belongs to the earth in its organic
    • which I carry about on me is a finger only as long as it is a part of
    • my organism; the moment I cut it off from my organism it is no longer
    • higher cognition that the intimate belonging-together of the physical
    • long as you yourself understand when you listen to him. That is the
    • connection of man with his former earth lives belong together.
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    • they were no longer merely outline forms. The silicious part fell
    • as if all this belonged to ourselves, as if we had something to do
    • something which belongs to us — in the same way in this cosmic
    • something which belongs to us. Man was already at that time connected
    • bodies and the power of movement. At one moment they had long limbs,
    • things so that he might no longer be a being in whom merely the gods
    • aura. Near it was a kind of snout, which besides was elongated
    • continually alongside the other happenings, for whenever something
    • They are as follows: Man, humanity, really belonged to
    • with what the earth once was you will no longer be able to doubt that
    • which belongs to the earth. The earth has its origin in the
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    • is continually referred back along an inner path to the ancient
    • through them to other flames, those flames which once long ago
    • as these two conflagrations may be connected, so the longing to
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • longer strictly true, it is truth wedged between all kinds of cliffs
    • of pupils were led, at not too long intervals, before this statue.
    • formerly, gone through along the path which I have described to you,
    • certain longing. Indeed, to experience such things signifies much
    • these sensations caused the pupil to have the most vivid longing when
    • which today can no longer be brought perceptibly before the mind in
    • after all his preparation and testing, after a still longer time had
    • longed for as truth. The pupils had indeed the feeling that on that
    • senses functioned no longer. They functioned no longer. After a time
    • he no longer saw the statue. But he read as in letters of flame on
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    • They really concern everything which leads man along the path into
    • through in the presence of each individual statue to echo for a long
    • determined by the Karma of the pupil — sometimes longer, in
    • it no longer recalled the ancient form of the Primeval Mysteries. One
    • sufficiently long time — the Initiators had to take care that
    • it was a sufficiently long time — when the pupil had
    • within myself;” when the pupil had experienced this long enough
    • arose a living longing for union with a Being out of the Hierarchy of
    • The senses belong to the winter — this is what the pupil felt.
    • Then when he had for a sufficiently long time
    • images belong to it; Being is lacking. The pupil had now experienced
    • however, man with his being belongs, can be reached in the most
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    • air and breathing, and he who thinks this does not belong to him,
    • should also think his mouth does not belong to him, but that his body
    • belonged to you. If a man seized anything then, he simply felt it
    • belonged to him, as the air-volume now belongs to him. So actually
    • something belonging to the soul, because you do not feel intensely
    • something belonging to the soul. Only think how little the physical
    • So you see that the Hibernian Mysteries really belong to
    • their community, i.e. by the people who belonged to the Hibernian
    • one might say, naturally came to this, that things were no longer
    • wisdom which came over from Hibernia was no longer grasped in its
    • reality. And the art which came from Hibernia could no longer be felt
    • on the direct representation of the spiritual, and all that belongs
    • that amazing fact that men were no longer accessible to spiritual
    • the consciousness of men was no longer accessible to spiritual
    • but could no longer experience.
    • examples of this spiritual revelation belonged such things as the
    • the epoch of freedom must be found inwardly by man. No longer through
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    • Europe. One must approach these things with an inner longing for
    • a long time, but it could only come about because a very great deal
    • extended over long periods in the course of this instruction) he was
    • named are also contained in the earth, but they are no longer of such
    • our earth belongs with this infinitely finely distributed lead.
    • in the earth, and which can now no longer work upon man in its
    • earth, for that belongs to the Mars nature, that which thou now seest
    • in the next lecture I will describe the way along which many deeply
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    • phantasy. What they do is simply, in a sense, to prolong the present
    • spoke no longer of things, but of man himself, and it was said that
    • relationship with the earth, but belongs to the whole cosmos. Just as
    • inner being the idea that to this there belonged what drifted over
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    • regard as something indifferent. We regard it as something belonging
    • flesh and blood, they belong together in a certain bodily way. And
    • no longer described the stars in their living essence, but when they
    • new epoch could no longer lead him to what his true being really is,
  • 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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    • Fundamentally it was a longing, but a longing which was
    • into the spiritual world in the Middle ages, no longer had, in truth,
    • there was no longer any idea of a soul ensouling your body, just as
    • processes of nature are simply pictures; no longer manifestations,
    • But man of today has no longer a true idea to what
    • Mysteries, could no longer be attained in the Middle Ages.
    • chemistry, there is no longer that tragedy which existed in the
    • still had intercourse, were able to arouse the longing after these
    • no longer find his way to them by means of the path of knowledge
    • into his cognition, he experienced the tragedy of no longer being
    • could no longer attain a really complete knowledge of man; but he
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    • some extent, the Mysteries as I have outlined them as belonging to
    • efforts, is really simply a later figure, no longer anything like as
    • is deeply connected with the whole man, with the longing for
    • after long exercises had been undergone, and this impression was then
    • attributed the same symbol to gold and to the sun. Man no longer
    • belongs to the earth, but as regards the light from Venus, it is
    • investigators, in their alchemical laboratories, were no longer able,
    • Nature still stood in connection, but with whom man could no longer
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    • point where such questions no longer arise. It is antiquated to
    • reality, and it is only when things no longer fit into his
    • people do still long for a soul that can at least think. The
    • images colored with feeling. And modern physiologists no longer
    • As long as we
    • processes of significance for the human constitution. A long
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    • everywhere. This intermediate path is exceedingly long, but it
    • the physical, our mode of thinking can no longer confine itself
    • kingdoms. What we take in as food belongs originally to the
    • system of heart and lungs, with all that belongs to it, that is
    • (What the sun imparts to the earth, however, has a much longer
    • thought to be an element of the plant belonging to the present
    • You know what a prolonged larval stage the cockchafer
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    • is old in the plant, belonging to the previous year. In
    • everything that develops around the petals we have what belongs
    • organ. And in the long run, everything in the human being is in
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    • vitalization along the path taken by human nourishment through
    • is nothing in the human organism that does not belong to the
    • plant, so that the long process it has to undergo will make the
    • the tendency to shape itself into elongated crystals. The same
    • elongated crystals. With such substances it might conceivably
    • very principle of growth shows tendencies to elongation.
    • Therefore it has the longest way to go, going right up to the
    • being but belongs to the whole universe. We must also see that
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    • course along the proper path by means of calming, supportive measures
    • life. I have gone down a road and have seen a person along this road; I go
    • further and no longer see him; I will not assume right away that this
    • longer have the slightest idea what to do with it. If the human organism
    • I hope that it will no longer be necessary for me to be the speaker
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    • capacity to perceive along these lines, such things appear especially
    • illnesses is simply someone who brought along too much of the
    • along with our ego, however, because this is bound to the organism.
    • belong in the physical organism (drawing b), with the so-called mental
    • psychiatry — to discover that not so long ago psychiatrists also at
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    • been the case for a long time, something has permeated medicine
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    • rest of the world, which belongs to him as the earthly world and also
    • the time are saying to us: it is no longer possible to progress in the
    • is no longer possible to progress in the old tracks; new guidelines
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    • us to a point where such questions no longer arise. It is antiquated
    • outlook upon reality, and it is only when things will no longer fit
    • themselves where substance existed. Understanding of this belongs to
    • long as we apply a rigidly objective mode of cognition to the being
    • long time ago I once said to a friend: ‘It is just as important
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    • path is exceedingly long but it is absolutely essential, for the
    • of thought can no longer confine itself to the ideas and laws
    • from the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms. It belongs originally to
    • lungs, with all that belongs to it, which is responsible for the
    • much longer life. Make a series of experiments into the way in which
    • be an element belonging to the present year must be related to the
    • sun-forces of the previous year. — You know what a prolonged
    • Along these lines we shall discover the rational connection between
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    • belonging essentially to the previous year. In all that develops
    • around the corona we have that which belongs to the present. And
    • relationships in every single organ. And in the long run, all things
    • which bear the substance along with them, and how the substance is
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    • organism of man. When we speak of a process of vitalisation along the
    • There is nothing in the human organism that does not belong to the
    • the plant, so that the long process it has to undergo will make the
    • supplied to it along the channels of the blood and radiating it out;
    • tendency to form itself into elongated crystals. The results
    • which have the tendency to develop into rounder, less elongated
    • shows tendencies to elongation.
    • all transformed into inorganic matter. Therefore it has the longest
    • understanding that man is not an isolated being but that he belongs
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture I: The Social Question as a Cultural Question, a Question of Equity, and a Question of Economics
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    • arisen in the course of social evolution and belongs to the facts of
    • no longer rise to the old faith, the old world-conception with its
    • what was said not long ago and has often been repeated by a personage
    • point of view long out of date, an antiquated standpoint. Nothing new
    • the community, not for his own. He points out that, as long as the
    • too long, even in a few places, it will signify the death of modern
    • are obsolete, and are no longer fitted to deal with the economic
    • body has long since outgrown. The growth of the economic organization
    • authority. The human being can no longer be judged according to his
    • capacities; he can no longer be developed as his inborn talents
    • they saw that the new economic life was no longer compatible with the
    • economic life; its actual requirements could no longer be perceived.
    • that long ago in Central Europe and until the end of the Middle Ages
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    • absolutely in its place, but questions belonging to the department of
    • shall no longer determine the matter and manner of teaching. Only
    • this private ownership is no longer permitted, and the community is
    • Eastern Europe will prove this, if it remains much longer under its
    • and employed has long since become useless; it is no longer there but
    • the people are still paying the old debt. That is to say, long after
    • must no longer be a commodity. It must no longer be possible that on
    • economic circuit. It belongs to the department of equity, of
    • As long as labor is within the economic system, it must be paid
    • a long time socialist thinkers have been saying with a considerable
    • finds a place in our social life. Then it will no longer be the
    • the manner of carrying on business. It will no longer be necessary to
    • these prices will determine how long or how much the people should
    • the capability of the worker. The granting of credit will no longer
    • been applied may long have ceased to exist, but the money is still
    • into consideration of reality. One thing, belonging more especially
    • most urgent matters belonging to the social question.
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    • lost sight of the actual question of rights. It exists no longer for
    • obvious that it can no longer be overlooked — that an
    • back to two fundamental elements of human life. Capacities belong to
    • longing for democracy, more or less fulfilled in the various regions
    • This longing is expressed in the demand that in social life the
    • capacities in the teacher, in the educator, which by no means belong
    • is the old Austria-Hungary, which no longer exists. Anyone who has
    • Therefore, according to the section to which one belonged, province,
    • economic life. Law will then no longer be a mere superstructure above
    • in order to attain to new conceptions of law, will no longer be met
    • Where the customs are less simple, this is no longer possible.
    • workman and his work is no longer possible. But man needs a
    • exists no longer; yet it must be replaced by something else. What can
    • taxation, which will present difficulties. It will take long for
    • suggestion that the economic life is the only power. As long as this
    • first answer the question: Must not something else be there alongside
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    • lectures, that it is no longer of any use to devise net schemes for
    • not kept pace with the evolution of humanity and are no longer suited
    • longer create out of the spiritual and super-sensible world., What
    • something that does not belong to every human life, and to every
    • a longing to know something also about modern art a request was made
    • from reality that we can no longer experience it? And it is this
    • Freedom belongs to that part of man which he can, and must, awaken
    • evolution of the last few centuries, is no longer able to solve the
    • suffocated. When we stand in the presence of reality, no longer held
    • Press, New York.) I have shown how an opinion of long standing,
    • Vinci, can no longer suffice for us. In accordance with the progress
    • longing for her worthiest exponent — art.” Once more
    • will then no longer be led astray in the belief that his portrayal of
    • express that living spirit through material means. No longer will the
    • found. Above all things, the way must be found along these lines to
    • must still be kept open. But since this way is no longer suited to
    • many cases how superficial is the expression of that longing for a
    • in the outer world. But the expression of a longing for this new
    • to a long, terrible dream. But the darkest night is followed by the
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    • and therefore the social body is also a unity, has lasted long
    • judgment, which belongs to outer, public life, and should be
    • because they can no longer find purely human impulses, these having
    • separation of what belongs together, but actually the cooperation of
    • no longer be an abstract formation, like the spiritual life which has
    • of capital may be administered by the person to whom it belongs only
    • as long as he is able to administer it himself. When the capitalist
    • can no longer put his own capacities into the administration of the
    • organizations. No longer will society be exposed to the chance which
    • over from one sphere into another — since he belongs to all
    • production and land are matters belonging to economic life. The
    • to reach a just determination of price as long as the means of
    • no matter for the economic organization; they must belong partly to
    • because he understands it best. He has charge of it as long as he can
    • is no longer a commodity to be bought and sold; it can only be
    • It sees how, in the course of long centuries, one form of social life
    • belonging to the present civilization — among them the leaders
    • things of the soul; and it will then be plain also what belongs to
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    • of the human being, unless we regard it as belonging to the sphere of
    • understanding of other nations as long as we keep to one thing which
    • is as natural to the human being as his growth, so long as we look
    • all this has been a matter of most serious thought for a long time,
    • instance, as govern the art of engineering. Then it will no longer be
    • falsehoods about the difference between right and might be no longer
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    • which remained more or less the same over long periods, and to human
    • no longer true to the time. Thus the transformation of economic
    • to people such as you, we can no longer speak in the same forms as we
    • Economy was just the time when they no longer had the thoughts to
    • comprehend such a subject. They simply no longer had the requisite
    • longer thought of the transformation which a substance undergoes in a
    • quality along with the change from organ to organ.
    • So long as it lay there, and no one was there who knew any more about
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    • part and parcel of their organisation: it belongs to them, no less
    • But the moment human beings no longer provide merely for themselves or
    • moment a man no longer uses the Nature-products for himself, but
    • long as the Nature-product is untouched, at the place where it is
    • thinking along these lines. For the apple has been picked somewhere
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    • Now this change involves an important consequence. You see, so long as
    • tends towards this conclusion: No one any longer works for himself at
    • speaking, egoism is impossible. I can no longer do anything for
    • published long ago.* In recent times our economic life has begun to
    • does not properly belong to it. But this is open and unmasked. The
    • they to be placed in the whole economic process, no longer as such
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    • will save him anything in the long run; on the contrary, it will be
    • You see, so long as the economic life merely consists in the
    • things are always fluctuating. So long as the organisation due to the
    • Of course not. Another man must come along, able to cope with them by
    • — it does not really belong to him. In effect, it is only from
    • the Capital arose no longer has an economic value. The Spirit which
    • thing that belongs to the real economic process. Otherwise you will
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    • of consumption it no longer moves forward. It does not attain a higher
    • degree of value, it no longer moves; for something now stands over
    • interest falls. So long as the Capital continues to be turned to good
    • then can Capital vanish into Nature? So long as it is at all possible
    • to unite Capital with Nature — that is to say, so long as you can
    • expensive through the accumulation of Capital — so long as this
    • prevent its being there in excess is to see that it is used up along
    • Capital should be used up, consumed along this path (see diagram).
    • consumed along this whole path. We should have to take the products
    • the head. The substances that are deposited are no longer carried away
    • used up along here, (see
    • produce it can no longer receive sufficient remuneration for their
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    • for three weeks long the boots and shoes will not be brought to market
    • you can no longer call the Spiritual unproductive. In relation to the
    • does it even prolong the past; it goes on into the future.
    • the past — the paints and the like — they no longer have the
    • month.” The fact is that after a month I no longer pay for this
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    • and if moreover the price of the value is to be arrived at along the
    • the prolongation of his relationship to them of conquest or right.
    • the lines along which we should approach the problem of
    • this has a very real meaning, albeit you may have to think a very long
    • for if you extend the principle to rents it is no longer the case. But
    • out over a long period of time and you will find the relationship of
    • constancy no longer obtains. For it may well happen, through various
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    • longer, people would imagine that we were anxious to agitate; and I
    • that the economic facts are no longer being mastered. The facts have
    • situation: In the older economic systems (though these may no longer
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    • gets the manure thrown in as a free gift and in this way, in the long
    • along. Pure money business, without any natural or personal subject
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    • the economic process, it is no longer a question of immediate personal
    • goes on producing so long as his own personal faculties are united
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    • it was quite impossible for the World War to last as long as it
    • went on far longer than was theoretically possible. Obviously,
    • continued along the same lines. The ideas of these economists are only
    • So long as it is merely a question of raw products, the account will
    • The economists who declared that the World-War could not last as long
    • this very fact it had a longer life.
    • prolong in a straight line the old economic ideas. We are obliged to
    • about a century ago no longer hold good to-day. What we need is an
    • long-lived) or, let us say, of furniture or houses (more long-lived
    • will perceive that, apart from a few exceptional goods of very long
    • They lose their value, and after a certain lapse of time are no longer
    • something to get rid of them. After a time they are no longer there;
    • man. So long as we remain within this field, we must in fact regard
    • feed all the others along with themselves. All others are dependent on
    • So long as we are only thinking in terms of national economy, it is
    • are no longer actual producers of food, who are consumers but not
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    • hoard them. Lycurgus saw this long ago and introduced a rather more
    • this point. Spengler exploits his ideas along a general line of
    • So long as I used the slaves for myself — that is to say, if as
    • them. Think how long a riding-horse has to be tamed before it can be
    • or something else that is required. So long as the national economy is
    • long period, I must have young money.” Thus, under the influence
    • of long-period undertakings young money receives its peculiar economic
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    • drop out of the picture. We should no longer be concerned with the
    • area so long as this limit, determined by the necessary compensation,
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    • along bureaucratic lines; it results naturally from the economic life
    • other into his business? After a short time it may no longer be
    • will get interest out of my business for as long a time as possible.
    • traced back in the long run to bodily work upon Nature. The process
    • connection with Nature is no longer there. If we can bring it about
    • inasmuch as it is no longer possible to buy or sell them. They thus
    • you will no longer be content merely to trace it back to the immediate
    • difference is that we are no longer able to see the connection clearly
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    • lofty teacher to continue for a long time to bear his name; and the
    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
    • and Egypt. Man still looked up to the Sun, but he no longer saw it as
    • Some of the secrets had been lost; the initiate was no longer able to
    • life to a violent end. The hand that lifted the dagger belonged to
    • longer sufficiently protected from profanation. Many teachings that
    • along with all that came from Rome, the true essence of the ancient
    • with the divine being teachers of long ago. Christ learned to know
    • need of from the Cosmos. We shall lose it utterly. Long ago, when men
    • were more sensitive, they were able to receive understanding along
    • times. For such knowledge continued to live on for a long time as
    • intense longing was awakened in the young man to come to a real
    • and powerful longing that had come over from former lives on Earth.
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    • Just as you now regard your lung as belonging to your I, so, between
    • last long; ever increasingly you have this other outlook upon man:
    • shrinks and wanes, and this experience begets in us the longing to
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • 15th century, and at long last the 19th and the 20th. Now man no
    • longer has spiritual beings in his head, but only thoughts —
    • man be free, so long as Spirits were indwelling him? No, he could
    • only become free when spiritual beings no longer directed him —
    • persists in denying what is spiritual, he will no longer be able to
    • understand for a comparatively long time after death.
    • sounds and combinations of sound. The longer a soul has lived in the
    • insisting no longer on the abstract meaning of the words but entering
    • at long last I am entirely within it. It is with this kind of meaning
    • becoming which the dead still understand for a comparatively long
    • that is no longer language in the ordinary sense, and what we then
    • when he no longer uses nouns but finds his way into another and more
    • who until then had belonged to the self-same world to which man
    • himself belongs during the life between death and new birth.
    • concepts into their intellectual life, till at long last they would
    • no longer even have the power to conceive and understand, but
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    • sleep. As long as we are awake, what happens on Earth through us is
    • ether-body, and are in the Spiritual World; they no longer permeate
    • the part of your astral body which belongs in waking life to your
    • with it some experience you had long ago, perhaps when you were 17 or
    • example, or in Manchester. The pictures of this long-past experience
    • part of the astral body, — the part which belongs in waking
    • take knowledge of the Earth and of all that belongs to the Earth. The
    • deeply into the times of long ago. They do not feel any need to ask
    • long ago, men directed their search for knowledge to the upper worlds
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • us altogether. It is no longer something that is uttered forth from
    • Earth, — yes, even when Earth itself is no longer there in the
    • the content of this world, to which death belongs. Then shall
    • compare it with the manner and mood of thought that belongs to the
    • another language from the languages that belong to Earth; one has
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    • group-soul during our waking hours; we feel we belong to a particular
    • body, he brought with him a strong feeling of belonging to his group.
    • feeling of belonging to the life that is beyond the Earth. He knew
    • clothes that we wear. We have quite lost this feeling. We no longer
    • slightingly of the food we eat. It is good in itself and belongs to
    • through before we descend to Earth, we behold how we live for a long
    • prepare itself for belonging to a particular family by choosing, as
    • or woman; through the influence of Venus, for the soul to belong to
    • some family; through the influence of Mercury, to belong to some folk
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    • and passions. You must not however think of them as belonging first
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • not so for the initiates of long ago. They saw right through
    • because I, the God of the Sun, am no longer in it; for I have come
    • to go another way than the way of the Gods to whom man belongs and to
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    • it is not for long that we can retain the etheric body after death.
    • Belonging as it does to the entire Cosmos, the ether-body is always
    • no longer ours, straightway the ether-body begins to expand, so much
    • so that in a few days' time it is there for us no longer. It is as
    • there no more — you can no longer see it. So does the
    • stars which at long last receive our etheric body. Initiation-science
    • this happens, otherwise the ether-body will no longer hold together.
    • have it no longer. Yet we ourselves are thereby progressively
    • he belongs already to the Earth — it is these very forces, made
    • being, all along the way from birth till death, accumulated by way of
    • being now remains with us after death so long as we are in the realm
    • is true, no longer through the physical body with the Moon-forces of
    • a very deep longing for Anthroposophy. Often therefore you will be
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • — it takes a third as long as earthly life. (Children who have
    • he is no longer seeing the physical reflection of the Stars; he
    • belong.
    • belongs to mankind as a whole. Associated as you are by Karma with
    • antipathies, belonging as these do to our temperament and
    • then we work our way through the spiritual realm. We spend the longer
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    • lofty teacher to continue for a long time to bear his name; and the
    • came a time when man was no longer able to penetrate so deeply into
    • and Egypt. Man still looked up to the Sun, but he no longer saw it as
    • Some of the secrets had been lost; the initiate was no longer able to
    • life to a violent end. The hand that lifted the dagger belonged to
    • longer sufficiently protected from profanation. Many teachings that
    • along with all that came from Rome, the true essence of the ancient
    • with the divine being teachers of long ago. Christ learned to know
    • need of from the Cosmos. We shall lose it utterly. Long ago, when men
    • were more sensitive, they were able to receive understanding along
    • times. For such knowledge continued to live on for a long time as
    • intense longing was awakened in the young man to come to a real
    • and powerful longing that had come over from former lives on Earth.
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    • Just as you now regard your lung as belonging to your I, so, between
    • last long; ever increasingly you have this other outlook upon man:
    • shrinks and wanes, and this experience begets in us the longing to
    • summon all the generations to the end that at long last those should
    • 15th century, and at long last the 19th and the 20th. Now man no
    • longer has spiritual beings in his head, but only thoughts —
    • man be free, so long as Spirits were indwelling him? No, he could
    • only become free when spiritual beings no longer directed him —
    • persists in denying what is spiritual, he will no longer be able to
    • understand for a comparatively long time after death.
    • sounds and combinations of sound. The longer a soul has lived in the
    • insisting no longer on the abstract meaning of the words but entering
    • at long last I am entirely within it. It is with this kind of meaning
    • becoming which the dead still understand for a comparatively long
    • that is no longer language in the ordinary sense, and what we then
    • when he no longer uses nouns but finds his way into another and more
    • who until then had belonged to the self-same world to which man
    • himself belongs during the life between death and new birth.
    • concepts into their intellectual life, till at long last they would
    • no longer even have the power to conceive and understand, but
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    • sleep. As long as we are awake, what happens on Earth through us is
    • ether-body, and are in the Spiritual World; they no longer permeate
    • the part of your astral body which belongs in waking life to your
    • with it some experience you had long ago, perhaps when you were 17 or
    • example, or in Manchester. The pictures of this long-past experience
    • part of the astral body, — the part which belongs in waking
    • take knowledge of the Earth and of all that belongs to the Earth. The
    • deeply into the times of long ago. They do not feel any need to ask
    • long ago, men directed their search for knowledge to the upper worlds
    • a long time before this language shows itself to us. The dead
    • us altogether. It is no longer something that is uttered forth from
    • Earth, — yes, even when Earth itself is no longer there in the
    • the content of this world, to which death belongs. Then shall
    • compare it with the manner and mood of thought that belongs to the
    • another language from the languages that belong to Earth; one has
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    • group-soul during our waking hours; we feel we belong to a particular
    • body, he brought with him a strong feeling of belonging to his group.
    • feeling of belonging to the life that is beyond the Earth. He knew
    • clothes that we wear. We have quite lost this feeling. We no longer
    • slightingly of the food we eat. It is good in itself and belongs to
    • through before we descend to Earth, we behold how we live for a long
    • prepare itself for belonging to a particular family by choosing, as
    • or woman; through the influence of Venus, for the soul to belong to
    • some family; through the influence of Mercury, to belong to some folk
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    • and passions. You must not however think of them as belonging first
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • not so for the initiates of long ago. They saw right through
    • because I, the God of the Sun, am no longer in it; for I have come
    • to go another way than the way of the Gods to whom man belongs and to
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    • it is not for long that we can retain the etheric body after death.
    • Belonging as it does to the entire Cosmos, the ether-body is always
    • no longer ours, straightway the ether-body begins to expand, so much
    • so that in a few days' time it is there for us no longer. It is as
    • there no more — you can no longer see it. So does the
    • stars which at long last receive our etheric body. Initiation-science
    • this happens, otherwise the ether-body will no longer hold together.
    • have it no longer. Yet we ourselves are thereby progressively
    • he belongs already to the Earth — it is these very forces, made
    • being, all along the way from birth till death, accumulated by way of
    • being now remains with us after death so long as we are in the realm
    • is true, no longer through the physical body with the Moon-forces of
    • a very deep longing for Anthroposophy. Often therefore you will be
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
    • — it takes a third as long as earthly life. (Children who have
    • he is no longer seeing the physical reflection of the Stars; he
    • belong.
    • belongs to mankind as a whole. Associated as you are by Karma with
    • antipathies, belonging as these do to our temperament and
    • then we work our way through the spiritual realm. We spend the longer
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    • and ideas become truly fruitful for us only when we no longer merely
    • survey long stretches of time, as we are able to do through spiritual
    • day are as a rule no longer true representations. Such were the
    • As long as one still looks clairvoyantly into the spiritual world and
    • was their companion, so to speak; he felt that he belonged with other
    • spiritual beings to whom he can no longer look up with normal senses
    • and had intercourse with these other beings. He can no longer do this
    • in a spiritual world that can no longer be penetrated by the normal
    • which the soul felt itself to belong to the divine-spiritual world.
    • Afterward, a time followed when human beings no longer
    • situation in ancient India. The souls in ancient India no longer saw
    • Bronze Age or Dvapara Yuga. Although human beings no longer had the
    • lofty, direct knowledge of the spiritual world belonging to earlier
    • for the loss in another epoch. They must then wait a very long time
    • least be sure that there is a spiritual world, that man belongs to
    • was no longer able to go forth from the world of the senses into the
    • sojourning on earth and also for those who are no