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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • the heavenly bodies in general. Thus, the overall outlook on the
    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • He who permeates himself with this mood and looks at his life and all
    • everything. How can we look understandingly into somebody's being? We
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • today which looks to the very greatest enigmas of human existence. In
    • world-outlook, there is the view that Spiritual Science is something
    • from a world-view which looks to the great problems of human
    • question exists will be denied by no one. Yet if we look back to
    • look more deeply into the nature of the human being, into the nature
    • discuss this question from all sides, then we must look more deeply
    • let us look at a few of them.
    • every woman who looks dispassionately at a man sees him as a big
    • and women. Then, in contrast look at Nietzsche's view. He says that
    • look at those peoples who still represent what is left of ancient
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • remains with this materialistic view will simply miss, will overlook
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • Before we look at the
    • women's question from this point of view, we will just look at
    • We can look at the age
    • culture. One looked at it differently in every way. This is not said
    • Just take a look at
    • economic conditions prevailed. Look at the peasant woman, the female
    • influence. She had one particular department to look after and he
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • By asking such questions, we come to look at the
    • looking spiritually into their ways and characteristics, we shall,
    • matters only with common sense, he can tell from the look in a
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • If we look into early post-Atlantean times, we would find that men
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • importance, it is good practice to look carefully at what is being done.
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • what they look like when they are walking, for instance. While it is good
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • whatsoever of the Gospels or of tradition, we need only look at
    • could also say when he looked out into the world's spaces, “There, in
    • the earth, unable to look out into the wide world, the spirit cannot
    • humanity, directing your gaze from Jesus, upon whom many look with
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • looking at things in an unreal way if this is thought to be the case.
    • look up again to the Heavenly Child who brought the greatest of all
    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
    • When one looks at all this more closely and deeply, it offers an insight
    • of the hunting party who see what becomes of the body. When you look
    • the holy things of heaven. So, for this reason, the sinful souls look like
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
    • the past man looked at the Mystery of Golgotha and said, "No matter how
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Cosmos. Looking at the course of our human evolution we note that the
    • look into his soul we should know that he cannot possibly be
    • to everyone able by means of Spiritual Science to look into the
    • child's mind: only when he has reached an age when he can look back in
    • still unable to work on the child by physical means, he will look upon
    • away from the earth at which the animal is compelled to look by reason
    • upright and look up into the cosmic heights. In the Lemurian epoch man
    • Sixth Great Period of humanity when men will look back upon that which
    • Man, looking back at his life, will realize that just as he can
    • speak because he has united himself with the Christ-Impulse. Looking
    • but it will be endowed through the Christ. Whether we look without and
    • an intensive deepening of our soul forces look within to what remains
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • the world order, we shall say, looking back to these ancient times, that
    • when he looks up at the starry heavens and at all that the sun illumines in
    • I am so placed in the world that I can look at it around me, my senses being
    • the human being looked at a fruit or something else in the outer world
    • nor direct it. Look at the way in which Michelangelo has painted the
    • and looked gratefully upward, realizing that what penetrated us and
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • The spiritual scientist's way of looking at things is wholly in
    • has to undergo a transformation that enables him to look into the
    • looking at things rests entirely on the premises of natural scientific
    • we are looking at the qualities of water as we find it around us. Then
    • the water, and hydrogen is a gas that burns. No one just looking at
    • from looking at the merely external bodily nature, any more than the
    • monistic-materialistic view when it comes to looking at memory. In
    • like taking someone out into nature and remarking, “Look, all this
    • already living in the plant we are observing. As we look at life
    • become a new plant. Looking at things in this way, we arrive at the
    • here many times before, and will return again and again. Let us look
    • however, it only widens our earthly way of looking at things beyond
    • Look at the firmament, the blue vault of the heavens. The limitations
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Looking to the West and especially to American culture, a different
    • conversion. We will want to look into the soul of such a person and
    • good people to the one side and the wicked to the other. Let us look
    • the radiance of the Christ nearby, and the Christ looks up and raises
    • Now consider the following. Looking eastward we can make out luciferic
    • idea of nationality. Thus, if we look to the West we see the field of
    • Now, if we take a closer look to the East, at Russian man, we
    • onto this ether body, and to look at himself (The Russian, however,
    • looks little at himself after his death.) Through all this, Western
    • one looks at something external.” The point is that we should not look
    • plane. In the Southeast, looking through the physical plane, one
    • differences between East and West. It is not important that we look
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • must look still more deeply into the course of human evolution if we
    • almost word for word: Look at the world with your ordinary senses; try
    • then, is the fundamental outlook of Soloviev. If we look at the world
    • community of our groups. It is not our way to look for what speaks in
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • Outlooks for the Future
    • was to look out for suitable human bodies formed out of the material, the
    • of to-day would surely protest, if they were to be looked upon as prophets.
    • time, Homer's words are looked upon as phrases, just as the following
    • words of Goethe are looked upon as phrases, “The Sun resounds to
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • develops spiritual powers of cognition, he is able to look back upon the
    • from this Roman life and look at what was unfolding literally underground,
    • in the catacombs; let us look at the Christian life beginning to burst into
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • penetrate into the essence of these forces, we must not look at their
    • external consequences. We must look for the essence of evil where it is
    • see one another in such a way that they overlook what is most
    • elements of this. Look at the human being — behold his head: it
    • this or that professor, saying, “Look, this is quite anthroposophical
    • region of the human soul from which things spring. We must look
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • ways of looking at the world, we have started from one fundamental
    • we will particularly look at what is a peculiarity of our age — this
    • in our soul and spirit life. If one looks at the matter this way, one
    • course be deplored, but which should be looked at calmly because it
    • look at things one-sidedly. But a pendulum cannot swing from the
    • is to look these things straight in the face without illusion. It is
    • only from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science that they can be looked
    • not begin to look at life from the viewpoint of Spiritual Science.
    • meets another, I would say we must look into the situation radically.
    • seems with social leaders or with those who look after social
    • you can see that it is necessary to look at things correctly in these
    • duty to look carefully at the many-sided social structures in which we
    • various inner soul methods. One is that we frequently attempt to look
    • we look back on the years in the more distant past to people with whom
    • of life as is often done today, we are not afraid to look back quietly
    • cultivate the social instinct and impulses in us by looking back upon
    • the whole earth. They look upon the earth as a globe on which they, by
    • the extremes of the East and the West. Looked at in this way, we see
    • sorts, are three varieties of people. Let us look at the people of the West
    • And if we then look to the East, things are quite different again. We
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • by history in the future but has been overlooked by the conventional,
    • Middle Europe at the present time it looks as if he will soon be what
    • the Moon. If he could look from the Moon he would see that the life of
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • something. Looking at memory is the best way to understand how absurd
    • it and looking for the spirit within it.
    • of really grasping man if you look at things from the point of view of the
    • overlook an important yet subtle observation of human life.
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • This indicates how, for example, we should look for the way in which
    • We look back over our life, at the series of pictures of our
    • means that, without being conscious of it, we look into a void, a
    • the same way the experience is a positive one when we are looking back
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Thus we look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • We can look back from this world-conception to ancient times when
    • look only at the physical sun; but there is a spiritual Sun of which
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • rebounds from reality. We cannot look into that realm of darkness
    • We can also see this if we look at the other pole — only there it
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • When we look back upon the beginning of human evolution on earth, and
    • course of many years. I have told you: We look back into the first
    • ancient Indian people; we look back into the ancient Persian epoch of
    • look with the eyes of the soul upon Raphael's famous picture of the Sistine
    • ancient Egyptians, On the one hand, they look up to the sun, they look up
    • way they looked upon Osiris as the being of the sun, but they imagined this
    • Just as the Egyptians looked out into the world and saw Ahriman-Typhon as
    • the one who takes Osiris away from them, so too, we must look at our
    • has come to look upon Christ merely as the man from Nazareth. That means
    • This is how we must look upon the content of the Christmas festival. For
    • through space. We are able to look at the manger today in the right way
    • through space, and then look at that being who came into the world through
    • understand him. Just as the Egyptians looked from Osiris to Isis, so we
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • also contains this — that we can look at a common goal without discord
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • spiritualized way of looking at the universe. And man felt himself
    • developed just such a world-outlook as that possessed by the Wisemen
    • The pupils of the ancient Mysteries who possessed that wise outlook,
    • eyes look out into universal space and see my spatial surroundings. In
    • inner being and then look at what is external from outside the body,
    • by looking back upon the body. Keyserling's talks concerning
    • between falling asleep and awaking, we look back, we feel our way
    • And looking at our external sense-knowledge, which is merely a
    • Human consciousness thus looks back here to the Tree of Paradise, to
    • have need to look for a birth. We should not merely busy ourselves
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • have a different answer according to his outlook on the world —
    • then look for a little at some of these conceptions, even though they
    • how it all looks to the eye, that, we are told, is a mere illusion,
    • Plutarch, the universe is much bigger than it looks; for Aristarchus
    • has learned to look into himself, inwardly to comprehend himself as
    • outlook; hence his self-consciousness did not grow. He remained more
    • ancient Wisdom Schools was that the pupil, when he looked into his own
    • Look in your own heart, man, and tell
    • is overlooked, and consequently we have no true psychology; we come to
    • Look in your own heart, man, and tell
    • to-day is still only a knowledge that looks on Nature from without.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • nevertheless when we look back, its effects can be apprehended
    • affirmation or antipathetic negation. When you look at Egyptian
    • groping in darkness, arranging conferences in the darkness, are looking
    • looking for the darkness that surrounds the Palladium, for an open
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • sentence that comprises the names of the alphabet. Thus we can look
    • inwardly from our etheric and physical bodies; if we then look down
    • It may be said that if a Man could look through himself inwardly he
    • experience, melts away. If we look upon Man and gradually learn to
    • Now of what does modern life consist? When we look back from these
    • looked upon differently from how it is done today. I will give you a
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • life on earth, we shall have to look at human life from ever-differing
    • If we look back to ancient times in human history we shall find, scattered
    • he learned to look at the nature of the mineral as it was spread before him
    • all these together: mineral, plant and animal. Looking back from the
    • Thyself’, and looks back upon himself, he will not find his full human
    • On a previous occasion we saw how in earlier times man looked up
    • merely an impress. He looked up to the cosmos from the earth; and in
    • religious consciousness he looked up to God the Father. The pupils in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • would look like this (see drawing, [right]). In this invisible man we
    • If, for example, we look
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • look into the inner activities of the human being in order to comprehend
    • approaching the human being? The predominant practice is not to look at
    • thirty years. It is thought that one only needs to look into the spiritual
    • spiritual science it is only a matter of looking into the world of the spirit
    • That is directly evident also in anatomy. Just look at how the legs are
    • the construction of the other system. If, for example, we look at the
    • for example. If, however, you were able to look into the totality of the
    • antimony. As soon as we look at it externally we see that it has an
    • we are permitted to gradually look into the human being and gain
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • In order to look properly into the human organism one must be able to
    • forth hate and antipathy in certain people — and who thus looks into the
    • dilettantish. There people look externally at the egg cell, observe the
    • work co-operatively, rhythmically or in opposition. Then one can look in
    • organ systems. Let us begin by looking at the system which primarily
    • formative forces and the astral body, one must look for what is present in
    • remedies prepared from plants, one must also look especially into those
    • especially if you look on the one hand into the complexity of natural
    • look at this curative eurythmy and to see how it, as a therapy, can be a
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • When we look back in memory from any given point in our life, we
    • so. For if we had to look back into a life uninterrupted by sleep, we
    • sleep, but even that is not quite true. When we look back in memory,
    • of time when we were sleeping. It is as though you were looking at a
    • darkness when you look back on your own life. The times you spent
    • Indeed if we look back into earlier epochs of human evolution upon
    • the Hierarchies. They are within it. Look at this human head in all
    • the detail of its form; look at the rest of the body in its human
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • real being, thus or thus. I only look at it truly if I say: It is a
    • realm — a realm which also influences man. Looked at in his totality,
    • there. When he looks up to the stars, man in reality is looking up to
    • present phase of earthy evolution. When we look up to the Moon, we
    • years ago. Before that time the Moon looked even physically different.
    • Therefore when we look upward to the Moon we only see it truly if we
    • looking back on the entire life of the planetary system. Even as we
    • look back in memory upon the limited range of our earthly life, so do
    • future life. If you look back in time from this event, you will be
    • Elderly people, looking back contemplatively upon their life, will
    • Looking into our own inner life, we must admit: We are true human
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  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • When we look back into olden times, we see rise up before us within the
    • are no more than the outer sign and symbol of spiritual worlds which look down
    • Bearing this in mind, let us look for a moment at Raphael and see how he
    • earthly life. The pictures are there, but one can look right away from
    • 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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    • look back on a divine spiritual wisdom received here on earth by men
    • only from within. When they looked at birth, human life extended
    • beyond birth, into the spiritual. When they looked at death, the life
    • If we look at the
    • we must look upon it entirely as an outer event which cannot,
    • present Earth, and Ahriman. The cross of Golgotha cannot be looked
    • came from such scribes. While he was still Saul, Paul looked up to
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • Now Plato looked upon mathematical science as a means of training for
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • be outside them means that we do not notice them. If we look at some
    • object here on Earth, we perceive it; if we look away from it, we no
    • then go away and look back at it later on, the tree has not
    • spiritually conceived, it has not passed away. You can look back at it
    • just as you looked back at the tree. Richard Wagner showed that he had
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • know how to look at what happens to the physical body when a person
    • in order to grasp this, we need to look at something else first.
    • reason for this? Well, gentlemen, when you look at the right arm and
    • look at it. However, when you take out the brain matter surrounding
    • it, it looks reddish-grey because it contains so many blood
    • be considered in the same way we look at clocks to check the time. We
    • look at the clock to see if we must start working or if it is time to
    • can look up to the sun and say that when we stand here at a certain
    • Now, let us look
    • look back at the earth. Of course, this is only possible in our
    • imagination and not in reality. When we look from our chair in space
    • we get a certain picture. When we then turn the chair around and look
    • formation of our minds through speech, we must look up to the stars
    • you must look at the position of the stars. You always have to see
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • into the physical world, we cannot look to the higher senses for
    • imaginative way of looking at things that was characteristic of Old
    • someone who appreciates a painting, does not merely look at its
    • the process of tasting. If you simply look at a green parrot in the
    • idealism. But if we look at this more abstract character of the time
    • not free, but follows natural necessity. Now Schiller looks for the
    • as you know, all kinds of world outlooks and philosophical systems,
    • look at a tree. Logically it is not necessary to regard a tree-trunk
    • that are needed for developing a spiritual outlook. The following is
    • the fruits of a spiritual outlook can become.
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • If one looks at the present situation honestly and without prejudice,
    • there are four personalities to whom a German can look if he wishes to
    • German cannot look in the direction given by these four personalities,
    • Looking back before the nineteenth century to the end of the
    • way of looking at things, developed by Schiller in an abstract
    • the structure of society. Looking at the French Revolution, he writes
    • should the social order develop?”, he looks at man himself. He
    • not effectively present there. We must look at human society in
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • after the middle of the nineteenth century looks only at the world.
    • want, is fulfilled through Spiritual Science: to look at the external
    • very young people who have not yet looked round in the world. Old
    • rest pass away unused, and so it goes on. On the other hand, I look
    • Spiritual Science re-inaugurates this way of looking at things. It
    • looks for man again in the external world, and brings the entire
    • spiritualisation of it. If anyone were to look at food with contempt,
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • what to look for. That which takes place in the soul and spirit of the
    • us, if we look on it as only a further expansion of what can be
    • heads. As soon, however, as we look down into the unconscious, as soon
    • of view. If we look at the accustomed treatment of history, we shall
    • As I have often explained to you, we cannot look for any further
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • inner experience which arose when men looked at the world around them.
    • And when they looked at the sky, which seems to us to be blue, but for
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • by looking away from what is within us — that is to say, from the
    • metamorphosed ear. In like manner — if only we are able to look
    • with an outward apparatus. We look through the spatial movement of the
    • different. When you speak of the ‘look’ of a man, you mean
    • they who are only used to ‘swotting’ who chiefly look down
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • must be led to look out into the world around them and into all its
    • if we look at the chief damages created by modern civilization, they
    • Naturally we must look not at appearances but at reality. It is
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • physical body rose up before you and you were to look upon it
    • then one who is able to look into these worlds perceives the
    • salt-cube. We look at it from without. That is how it is
    • look at it from within, looking around in every direction, we
    • Just as when we look inwards with quickened sight we can
    • perceive Him there, so also when we look at human life and the
    • to us, as it is also possible when we look into our inner being
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • But to-day we shall look back at what is left behind in bed when a
    • was cultivated in the ancient Mysteries. Looking at this etheric body,
    • into the interior of man's organism. If one is looking at some shining
    • Looking at this still more closely, using the same methods through
    • body, are such grey patches. If one looks closely at these grey
    • gnats. If one looks closely at these spiritual grey patches,
    • astral body. If one begins there, and looks for the realities, one
    • Cherubim, Thrones. We are always looking into the activity of the
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • region the ancient Gnosis looked for the Christ Being. To understand
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • the life of Jesus of Nazareth men have nevertheless looked up to a
    • Spiritual Science, is able to look into that evolutionary process
    • permeating all worlds, can be revealed to me, I must look into my own
    • whole ancient Hebrew people, look up through the line of evolution to
    • the generations from Abraham. Look upon that which is not wholly
    • able to look more deeply into the spiritual life of humanity.
    • For then he will realise that he can look back to the age of which
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • destined place in evolution and he looked back to a far remote past
    • representation were part of one whole, and when Wagner looked back to
    • Atlanteans. The old Germanic peoples looked back to the ages when
    • beginning to develop. The ancient Germanic peoples looked back to the
    • The ancient Germanic peoples looked back to the time when the mists of
    • “holy love-lance,” and the legend says that all who looked
    • said to the pupils of the Grail: ‘Look at the plant. Its flower may
    • and as he looked out over the landscape he saw the budding of the
    • Wherever we look we find that as an artist and as a human being,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • arise in time. Rather must we look up to those Powers in the spiritual
    • orders. Look to the far East — so said Iamblichus — and you
    • And so, as we look back to an earlier Spiritual Science (which
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • you know that when the human being will be able to look into the
    • heart of one who is able to look into these mysteries, is the fact
    • sphere of activity upon the earth; and if we look upon that which
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • aspect of spiritual science. The following fact should be looked upon
    • present serpent can only be looked upon as a symbol of something
    • ... the fact that they look out into the world through their eyes and
    • looks through a microscope, he will see nothing whatever. In a
    • reveal this necessity; if we only look upon life thoughtfully, they
    • by him at the beginning of the war! He was looked upon as a
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • features, the look on his face, and so on. If with the eyes of the
    • Spirit we are able to look behind this countenance into the inner
    • now look for something in the visible world that is as whole and
    • time, is not shut off, inasmuch as wherever we look a challenge seems
    • they are anything but pleasing to look at — but we must have
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • follow this when, to begin with, we look toward the East and study the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • himself in cosmic pictures. Looking up to the stars, he saw them not
    • must look back beyond my birth, far into the past, if I would see the
    • and more from the Father, to whom as we look up we say. Ex Deo
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • If we look still more deeply into the souls of those who
    • souls of humanity had been true Christians, for they too had looked
    • of their vision — the Central Being to whom they had looked
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha, that as they looked up to the Being
    • it were forlorn when they looked up to Worlds beyond the realms of
    • they would now experience on Earth by looking up to the Mystery on
    • Christ. They looked up into the higher Worlds and saw the descent of
    • yet how are they there? Look at the human being as he stands before
    • Now we look back, with the vision of Initiation, into
    • again even within this life on Earth, and we look through the gate of
    • as we look forward through the gate of Death: “In the Holy
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    • to look on the word merely as a combination of sounds that is
    • altogether. We need to look round for quite other methods to describe
    • diverging streams. And if we look at these various languages in a
    • unfolds before us when we look away from the present-day language
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    • the whole reality is revealed to us as we look over towards
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    • such a case — the psychoanalyst opines — we must look and
    • Starting from this point, the psychoanalyst looks for many things in
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • beyond their limited outlook which sees nothing more in the whole
    • habits, but into the whole thought and outlook, into the spiritual
    • I am not fond of doing so, and I do so seldom. Anyone who looks at
    • look out with your eyes in all directions of the surrounding sphere.
    • In the spiritual world it is not so; there you look in from the
    • that part of your body. So it is when you look inward from the whole
    • physical time. For in the spirit we are in the circumference and look
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    • living. Man preferably looked up to this world when he turned his
    • of the Gods. The Greek looks up to his Gods and knows: they indeed
    • In the Old Testament those whom men looked upon as Gods were in the
    • mythology. Let us just examine it. When the Greek looked up to his
    • not incarnated in the flesh. But on the other hand, if one looks
    • than looking up to the connection with the stars, as Dupuis supposed,
    • the Greeks looked up to men of primeval times and brought the concept
    • this, however, you see that the Greeks looked back to a time when
    • different, and that this looking back went hand in hand with the
    • ideas they formed of the Gods. Thus they looked back to Zeus, Hera,
    • they showed how they looked back to earlier states of consciousness
    • understanding of the Greek consciousness! Thus the Greek in looking
    • back to his generations of the Gods looked back to the past in the
    • the Greeks looked back to generations of Gods, to conditions that
    • ... now (in the Egyptian Osiris-culture) one can no longer look to a
    • must look to the world which man enters when he goes through the
    • looked back to an ancient time in the sense of the change of human
    • look farther back, I was related as a human being to the macrocosm
    • look back in this way to earlier ages when the Gods walked among
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    • in mankind, we know that we have to look back to earlier times of
    • perceptibility of super-earthly things. It is well to look back at
    • times. We look back from our Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, in the
    • of looking back of mankind, and this looking back to other states of
    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • myth looked back to quite definite star-constellations. They have
    • letter-script. Just as Osiris was looked on in those ancient times as
    • the course of mankind's evolution. We are there looking back to an
    • this that humanity has to look back to earlier evolutionary periods
    • it was not true that when he looked out into the air there was
    • connections. But only when one looks into such things does one know
    • Egyptian-Chaldean epoch when one looked back to the ancient
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    • looked back into ancient times and said to themselves: the Gods
    • to look up to the great mysteries in his surroundings, then he must
    • look up to Isis who had a statue in the temple at Sais which has
    • wandered upon earth. The laity looked at it as legendary. In the
    • and Ahrimanic figures. People looked at the statue and did not know
    • considered the visitor whom she looked on as her benefactor, to be
    • itself a looking-glass (Spiegel). And it is related that Till
    • is depicted the owl with the looking-glass, was because another
    • however, another way of looking at the human being which
    • art of Education. This is not the looking back at having been
    • having-been-young. If one looks to one's childhood one speaks of what
    • one has inherited; in the same way, when one looks towards the
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    • bring before your spiritual eyes in showing how one can look towards
    • regulate from the position of the sun; every time we look at the
    • and make us look into world conditions. It is not enough, my dear
    • hundreds of similar ones! But it is very important to look at
    • one has the will to pay attention, to look really into the concrete.
    • and a looking-glass, then Till Eulenspiegel did not live! If I want
    • people live today is indeed great, while the will to look at the
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    • transition, but in each age one should also look about and see what
    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • merely to bring forward a fact, to consider a human outlook.)
    • Revolution, but one would also have to look on such a verdict from
    • consists in this: one should consider how one would look at such a
    • I have said, looked on the Revolution as an explosion of the
    • looked on as his task; for twice seven years the tumult lasted that
    • examples. Friedrich Schlegel did not look on Napoleon exactly as an
    • have everywhere party-standpoints in which everyone looks on his
    • than they are now, one could look at modern science and modern
    • But now let us look at the reverse side of the matter. The same man
    • obvious, immense veneration for one who had grown old; a looking up
    • infinite consequence to grow up in such a way as not merely to look
    • let us look at still another truth which, to be sure, I have not
    • things as let one look into the most important problems of today. But
    • its forces can only be discovered if one looks into the spiritual. It
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    • we look at a human being, as, let us say, head-man, and for the rest
    • dear friends, if one only looks at the part of man which I have drawn
    • external anatomical physiological observation — look how a
    • death is a kind of accident: but from a spiritual science outlook it
    • do today in later life? (These things are not looked on
    • imagine having such an opinion of the world of the stars. They looked
    • cosmos as my head does.’ Thus, when we do not look at man
    • man can make heart-warm concepts of the fact that when one looks at
    • head however will look to the heart and will find there the mysteries
    • can look back over the last centuries and what they have brought ...
    • But one must look
    • — and we understand that as soon as we look at the true nature
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    • that she looked like a giant. He could even describe the right side
    • looked on that as an interesting fact, and then I discovered that the
    • Suess states that when one walks over fields today and looks at the
    • confuses it with reality, one is not really looking for reality at
    • generally the actual result of wars in earlier times? Look wherever
    • of what cannot be rejuvenated. Whether we look at individual persons
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    • which we continue to bear as our astral body must not be looked upon
    • follow this up in the outer human form, if we look at the being of
    • we look at the human being after birth with special reference to the
    • mind what takes place all over the earth. For if we look at one or
    • look back upon our grandfather, great-grandfather,
    • their own, but merely look down upon them from the bird's-eye
    • denied, they do not wish to look at matter. One feels that these
    • wishes to look deeply into life, especially into present-day life,
    • broadens the historical outlook, and speaks of the origin of souls,
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    • We have here an example of how the materialistic outlook remains
    • subsequent life, then in that life you will be able to look back to
    • the weakness would have persisted. Looking into the depths of our
    • as a panorama. Always, without exception, the human being looks back,
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    • mental outlook of man through the centuries. If we tell people to-day
    • a different outlook is necessary from that to which they are
    • evident in the outlook of many teachers of history at the present
    • mental attitude as the starting-point; if one were obliged to look
    • fundamentally the same frame of mind, the same mental outlook as they
    • outlook. This significant example — and I mention his name
    • As a young man Goethe necessarily grew up in the outlook of his
    • Goethe, but it was a turbulence of a special kind. We need only look
    • longing to go to Italy seizes him and his whole outlook changes in a
    • and outlook, will never understand him. For an inner change of mental
    • outlook is essential if we are to realise what Goethe really had in
    • in terms of measure, number and weight would have been looked upon as
    • And now, by way of contrast, look at the Greek cosmogonies. One feels
    • made such splendid progress.’ And he will look upon all that
    • viewing the world has developed out of the Greek way of looking at
    • that lives in constant metamorphosis and change. And we also look
    • Modern scholarship, with its limited outlook, tells us that the
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    • before him. Just as he can look back upon a memory, so he can at any
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
    • as the product of the Spiritual. Just as we look into our store of
    • now look still more deeply inwards, grasping not merely the
    • To look upwards into the higher worlds gives us security and
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    • senses; he was, therefore, looked upon as a member of human
    • not overlook this stage in the development of human knowledge.
    • simply been overlooked with elegance in the modern scientific manner
    • order to “summon spirits”; yet, they completely overlook
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    • absolutely necessary, when the illness was acute; they looked
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    • comparatively short time, death that has always been looked upon by
    • science must however show that many things which are looked upon as
    • look up consciously to the spiritual worlds and say to themselves: A
    • are slandered, how people look upon them as something insane,
    • look up, but not in an intellectual or theoretic way, we only need to
    • look up to the heavenly etheric bodies of those who in the present
    • human hearts and human souls who look up to these forces so that they
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    • however, looks out into the world that is perceptible to the senses
    • lost. Man remained empty when he looked into his inner being with the
    • become abstract; man was obliged to look, not into his own being but
    • anything when he merely looks into his inner being. He therefore
    • looks out into nature and evolves his abstract concepts. None the
    • faculty of man to look back into pre-earthly existence has been lost
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    • their own body. For example, the really cultured Greek looked up to
    • painting portraits, we really lie. We look at people outwardly and
    • Nazareth,” looked upon indeed as the most perfect man, but not
    • The more our modern theologians look upon Jesus of Nazareth as a
    • through a future life. To-day we should not always look back on what
    • that in future lives on earth we shall be looking back on what we are
    • only see Christ's ministering spirits, clearly when we look into the
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    • bring the outlook of Anthroposophy to bear on questions and
    • life is possible only if we look beyond what can be told us by
    • this ego-image when you look at the body with that centre of
    • this. Just look at the diplomas conferring the Doctor's degree
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    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • Movement as its forerunner — will look for adherents outside
    • starting point, that it has promised to look for its adherents
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    • materialistic world-conception can look upon death as the end of
    • super-sensible world has formed it, and when we look upon the physical
    • cannot look back as far as the hour of our birth; we cannot look back
    • one person who can remember his own birth, nor look back upon it. The
    • we only look upon it spiritually. We must realise that we then
    • look upon the moment of death from the other side. Here, on earth,
    • death has a terrifying aspect only because we look upon it as a kind
    • of dissolution, as an end. But when we look back upon the moment of
    • Ego-consciousness, if we could not look back incessantly, if we would
    • Ego-consciousness. I explained just now where we should look for the
    • look upon this empty space. That is to say, we look upon our own
    • self, from outside; we look into a concavity. This remains empty. It
    • Ego, through the fact that we constantly look back upon our death, is
    • being and, look into his eyes, then the Spirits of the Hierarchies,
    • We look back upon our death, and in the same way we now look back
    • inwoven with the world. And we now look upon it, we contemplate it.
    • After our death, we look upon it in the same way in which we
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
    • within you the power of vision, so that you may look upon yourself,
    • the form of images. Thus we look down upon the earth, and do not need
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    • must look out for a soul-tribe leading upwards from below;
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    • If we look back over
    • to anthroposophy, with the result that though one may scorn and look
    • If you look at the
    • to flee to and to look back from at one's unsatisfactory life outside
    • just that on a rightly travelled anthroposophical path. If you look in
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    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • Look at
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    • Today let us look at
    • remained alive. You can see this for yourself if you look at the
    • this holds good in general. Now we must look at the way all that we
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    • section of the population calmly looks on whilst the papacy of
    • behind all this. They look on whilst one or another law is
    • physically we have to look for something quite different in the
    • composition of a gland, be it liver or spleen, than we have to look
    • cannot be looked at physically, for the moment it is exposed to view
    • by those people who look at the being of man from a spiritual point
    • with those illnesses where the first thing you have to look for is
    • compensate for what impinges on him from outside. Wherever you look
    • overlooked, because most of the illnesses came from an irregularity
    • much of a spiritual nature. When we have looked at the fourth type we
    • its significance would be less readily recognised. If we look at the
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    • will start today by looking at an important moment in man's earthly
    • This is a childish way of looking at things and can only lead to our
    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • to man, and we will begin by looking at the finer aspects.
    • looked up to the sun he did not see the physical ball of the sun but
    • passions and instincts aroused in the physical world. We must look
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
    • have begun today by looking at the effects of mineral substances.
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    • must look at the human being in a way that makes it possible to
    • round the sun. Anyone who only looks at it superficially will think
    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
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    • of twenty-four hours. If we look in the same way for the astral
    • the person who looks behind the scenes of existence knows that the
    • you to look at the fact of the lungs being an expression of the
    • relationship of 1:12. Now suppose you look at the clock at noon, when
    • have to look once again to the great cosmic relationships to find the
    • Moon and Earth existence. If we look back to our old Moon we find
    • fall victim to such suggestions! They overlook the fact that the
    • four quarters of the moon. It is by no means nonsense to look for a
    • were they not to acquire an inner rhythm. Look at spiritual science
    • rhythmic. And if we turn to the cosmos and look at the earth's past,
    • transformed and spiritualised. So that here too, when we look at the
    • past we have the number four, and when we look to the future the
    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
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    • have to look for those illnesses that primarily have external causes.
    • to look at world existence in a spiritual scientific way has an
    • disregard the good and evil connected with these hindrances and look
    • let us take a closer look at the working of karma, by examining a
    • looking at the brain.
    • which we shall only understand if we look at it in greater detail.
    • if we only look at the past; this turns karma into a merely
    • accidental law of fate. But when we can look through present karma
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
    • this is to look back into those times when divine-spiritual powers
    • look beneath the surface at the kind of thing expressed in
    • the whole of life is looked at in this way, it will be judged
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    • man's being. We have looked at the great riddle of man from as many
    • can see that this is so in man's changing facial expressions. Look at
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    • you consider what you know of earth conditions, then even if you look
    • Looking back into the ancient past, we see how the human soul and
    • earth evolution. In the sphere of spiritual science we have looked
    • surroundings, because they look so similar. You can imagine such a
    • though they had great clairvoyant faculties, and who looked out to
    • large areas they all looked more or less similar to one another. For
    • the greatest imaginable degree. A great number of people looked up to
    • their group soul. And if we look at these group souls as souls we
    • find echoes of these facts in the Bible, if you cared to look for
    • population of Africa. If you look at those things in a really
    • the souls looked, they found a different possibility for developing
    • possible shade of skin colour. Look at the colours to be found in
    • the ego at all. When these people looked up to the divine, they said:
    • it was just here that this particular outlook bore its chief fruit.
    • the lower. When we look back over the ages we can learn from the fact
    • being, which I find to be the highest thing within men when I look
    • let us look at our present earth population. There are still people
    • which they seek within themselves. We, however, look back to our good
    • easy-going that they say: What do I want all that for? I look within
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    • look at it in the right way.
    • we look at the lily of the valley we have to distinguish two
    • to himself: The one person looks splendid beside the other. He is
    • spot on the earth and looking up at the sky. He sees a particular
    • see something else. This looking at the sky creates in him a feeling
    • man does not merely look at the external world or merely observe it,
    • must not look on everything as determined, rather it depends on
    • spirits of personality look down upon you, asking continually: Will
    • we look back into ancient times, the Indian, Persian,
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    • circumstances. Viewed from the spiritual world things look different
    • and other little metal parts. But do we look at our watch in the
    • of the wheels? No, we look at our watch in order to find out the
    • or wheels. We look at the watch and do not trouble about what there
    • best, the plant can teach it to you.” We look at the plant
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    • were outspread and what he perceives is really the centre. He looks
    • Zodiac. He looks out as it were from every point of the Zodiac, that
    • incarnation. He looks from the circumference towards a centre. It is
    • will be quite a number of individuals who when they look at a
    • the sky. And being very clever he looks at a chart of the heavens
    • that there is a rose in front of you but you are not looking at it;
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    • Earth's goal in view. If we can look into the soul of the Buddha and
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    • If we look at life in this way it will be clear to us
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    • real light upon his essential nature and being. For when we look
    • period. When a man looks at the mineral, plant or animal kingdoms, he
    • of soul and feel the whole development to be beneficial. Looked at
    • be dissolved is felt to be a blessing. Not only do things look
    • during sleep-consciousness. During existence on Earth we look out
    • we direct hardly a gaze to the universe around us but look with all
    • an inner world, and just as here we look outwards to the stars,
    • The human soul looks down upon what is thus being
    • the fact that when we are looking at our body — or rather the
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are looking down
    • human evolution on the Earth. Let us look back to an age, for example
    • the ancient Egypto-Chaldean epoch, when our souls, looking out
    • spiritual world to be condemned in increasing numbers to look down
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    • Let us take a general look at life. We see numbers of
    • there will be people who look for a Society such as ours in which
    • looking down upon earthly life and co-operating with the forces that
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    • the first period after death the soul has to look back upon what was
    • with the rest of the world. Thus here we look upon the archetypes of
    • something of which the following can be said: When we look out into
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    • Mystery of Golgotha and shall look only at what has happened in the
    • geniuses lived. And they can best be encountered by looking at
    • that past epoch one must look to worlds lying infinitely far away in
    • — even they, when they look back to the beginning of time,
    • Silence preceding time and space that the Gnostic looked up; and
    • the thirty Aeons, who can be looked up to through the stages of
    • look, said the Gnostic, to the lowest but still purely spiritual
    • spiritual world she looked up to the highest Aeon through the ranks
    • human thinking, and in the longing that looks back to the spiritual
    • If you look into yourself, without raising yourself into
    • spiritual worlds, you look into the desire-filled world of Achamod.
    • itself that which is revealed by looking out into the world of the
    • sensible Monist to concern himself with — a Monist who looks
    • which give us a picture of the world based on energy, and we look
    • far-reaching Monism, has left such fancies far behind. We must look
    • liberty of expressing his outlook, somewhat like this: “I
    • the present day, are we not looking at something quite strange? Are
    • deepening which the Gnosis exemplifies. Yet when we look at this with
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    • When we recall the beginning of our era and look at its
    • look, that is, at the Gnostics — then on the one hand we can
    • centre of an imposing world-picture. But if on the other hand we look
    • least adapted to understanding Him. And when we look at all the
    • not to be misunderstood I want to say this: To anyone who looks from
    • as we start looking at the fairly detailed knowledge about the Sibyls
    • can overlook the far-reaching influence of Sibyllism on the world in
    • the significance of Sibyllism. Perhaps we do not always look at this
    • Prophets and the Sibyls. And in looking at these paintings we ought
    • contrast, if we look at it impartially, we find something which
    • calmness of their souls. Daniel looks like a slight exception, but
    • unconscious, the unknown. The Libyan Sibyl, the hasty one, looks as
    • must look for not only in what is taught or understood, but in what
    • look behind the physical plane at the spiritual conflict whereby the
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    • further into that just now. We will simply look up to the Christ
    • walked the Earth as man. We must look for him not in the history of
    • could look with wisdom at all the nuances of sense-perception. Very
    • reflected in the various world outlooks of the post-Atlantean
    • with the Luciferic and Ahrimanic principles. When a Greek looked up
    • look for the reflection of it in Greek mythology. For just as the
    • looked out into cosmic spaces, when they looked up through the
    • We come to know Apollo if we look at Parnassus and the
    • to all that flowed from the angelic Being. For that is how it looks
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    • Let us try to look more deeply into the fundamental
    • It looks beyond the two Beings, Ahura Mazdao and Ahriman, to the
    • The Zarathustrian consciousness looked at the wonderful
    • of 28 to 31 with 12. It looked into all that streams into the world
    • them over to higher stages — because the Zarathustrian outlook
    • occultism. But in revering Apollo the Greeks did not look on the sun
    • If we look at the doings of Moses in the right light, we
    • to look into the prophetic souls of Isaiah, Jeremiah, Hezekiah,
    • fire, the earthly element. We could look again at these Sibyls one by
    • us look back a little, with the aid of occult knowledge, over what we
    • we look back over what happened then, we must say that what was
    • this character. But if we look at these festivals in their true
    • history — you will perhaps look for something more behind these
    • From all this, if we look back over it, we can
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    • a great deal that we may think strange, if we look at it
    • committed the greatest folly — looked at externally —
    • Mother with Jesus, the Mother who looks so young, with Jesus dead
    • already on her knees. And under the after-effect of looking at this
    • lap. And then, when I was not in the least looking for it, I came
    • one looks closely — and there, in wonderful letters of the
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    • say: In the dark part of the moon we are looking at the spiritual
    • If we look back once more at the primal character of the
    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • initiate of Hebrew antiquity look to the stars when he wished for a
    • may venture to look up to the stars and question them about their
    • Christ Impulse, may again look up to what is written in the stars.’
    • And in fact this was done; men did look up to the stars. Although
    • monists and look to Kepler as their idol — one would like to
    • fear of all that reveals itself from the heavens. This outlook had to
    • Christ Impulse; men could venture again to look up to the heavens.
    • “how”! And let us look into the soul of Parsifal: how,
    • subconscious Christ forces. Let us look how the hermit at Eastertide,
    • by day and night, looking at Nature by day and with the symbol of the
    • admonition which resounds to us from the Holy Grail. And if we look
    • East. Let us look up and feel that the Christ passed through our
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    • forces, which seek in vain if we look around us today. For even if we
    • look out to the stars in cosmic space we do not at first find what
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • History is looked upon as a
    • astral body from the Old Moon, and the Ego. And when we look at man
    • earthly laws of the embodiment of the Ego, we look towards the
    • ancient Saturn laws. If, however, we look from what stands before us
    • Let us look at yesterday's
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • to super-sensible laws determining man's destiny. If we look
    • perceive. They looked out into the world, as it were, and perceived
    • look at the very first beginnings of Grecian philosophy this Being
    • you see, it is as if we look there into differing ranges of Beings,
    • lately about the life-forces which arise in us when we look at
    • of philosophy comes to meet us out of the mist as though we looked up
    • When in this way we look at what Anthroposophy can be to us we reach
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    • If we look in history for occasions in the time of the Renaissance —
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    • souls who are closely related with us must be looked upon altogether
    • reading to the dead. The dead friend lives in our thoughts; he looks
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    • and feeling and outlook — our outlook on the world itself, or
    • receive into our whole mood and outlook; otherwise we do not rightly
    • always remain the same between birth and death. Let us look back upon
    • obliged to look at these things from quite another point of view.
    • scholarship. If we look at the facts we can well observe it: what is
    • — truths into which we look by spiritual vision. But alas,
    • the outlook he acquires under the influence of his own personal
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    • Nothing is achieved by looking at these things merely from an
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    • materialistic world-conception can look upon death as the end of
    • look upon the physical body as a whole, it merely shows us its
    • the physical plane we cannot look back as far as the hour of our
    • birth; we cannot look back upon it with the aid of our ordinary
    • birth, nor look back upon it. The only thing we know is that we were
    • between death and a new birth, if we only look upon it spiritually.
    • We must realize that we then look upon the moment of death from the
    • because we look upon it as a kind of dissolution, as an end. But when
    • we look back upon the moment of death from the other side, from the
    • not look back incessantly, if we would not always see — but
    • should look for the super-sensible part of our physical body after
    • Yet we constantly look upon this empty space. That is
    • to say, we look upon our own self, from outside; we look into a
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • When we face a human being and look into his eyes, then
    • death it belongs to the universe. We look back upon our death, and
    • in the same way we now look back with that part which remains to us,
    • now look upon it, we contemplate it. After our death, we look upon
    • ourselves. The imaginative element, what we can look upon, this we
    • awakening within you the power of vision, so that you may look upon
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    • they were united with us while they still looked at us with physical
    • themselves upon our soul where it seeks to look across the threshold
    • has beyond it, as far as the physical outlook is concerned,
    • only the Ego and the astral body, and when we, of course, look back.
    • everybody knows, roughly speaking, that when he looks upon a blue
    • looking at it, has something that attacks something which comes out
    • back again toward us. When we look out upon the wide green field, we
    • When I am looking at it, it seems almost as if I had already seen it
    • dead are looking on these bodies. What the dead see of our world —
    • what the dead look upon — is contained in the etheric world
    • speak, look into it before we look out into the physical world —
    • becomes an exterior world. The one who has died, does not look upon
    • his thoughts after death in the same way in which he looked upon
    • looks upon his thoughts as if they were an etheric painting; he sees
    • experience thoughts by looking at them as we look at the stars, or as
    • we look out at the world and the mountains, and they make an
    • takes place: Whereas here on Earth we look upon thoughts as something
    • something, says to us: Look over there — it is there that you
    • The experience is different when we look down from the
    • to look into the thoughts of those whom they have left behind and who
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    • astral or sentient body, and that which we look upon as the highest
    • the man of the present day. But you know also that we look forward to
    • Records, the evolution of man in the primeval past and the outlook
    • sketchily described him, has evolved; that we can look back into a
    • earlier incarnations, so do we look too, upon earlier incarnations of
    • condition. So that we look back to three incarnations of our earth,
    • only during the next incarnation of the earth. If we look still
    • Life-spirit or Budhi. When we look up to these beings we behold them
    • ourselves will experience in the future, we look up to them as beings
    • look up to yet higher beings, to the Spirits of Personality. They are
    • himself has in the meanwhile acquired for his higher mission. We look
    • epoch, that when we look into the future, we see ever different
    • Thus we have looked up to beings who became men three
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    • naturally quite wrong to look upon the fact of these high Beings
    • Just as we must look upon the ‘hurrying forward’
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so must we also look upon the ‘remaining
    • and that is speech itself. We must therefore look upon what confronts
    • look upon these as men who had to come, and at their activities as
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    • We must now look a little into the inner nature of such
    • human inner being separately, we must look upon them as three
    • aesthetic, ideal thoughts. just as the outlook of man is closed as it
    • On this world beyond, however, the outlook is closed to ordinary
    • man could have a free outlook over the domain extending upward from
    • Now just as man by means of his sense-perception looks
    • at colors and hears sounds, so does the Archangel look down upon the
    • aura. You have then the picture of how the Archangelic Being looks
    • We must now again look into the inner life of one of
    • Therefore, when we look at a people, we are looking at
    • Portuguese people. You may look in vain for other reasons in their
    • humanity upon the globe into the several races. When we look into
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    • appears before our eyes to-day, we must look at a wonderful tissue,
    • We must look for the beginning of racial
    • by a fixed law. But people are not inclined to look at things
    • being. And thus it is too with mankind in general. We are looking at
    • youth looks around him, curious as to his surroundings, so does the
    • man of the old Indian civilization look out into the world. That is
    • evolution. Here you are looking in an unique manner into the
    • other hand we must look precisely in the West for that portion of
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    • Reincarnation, when properly understood. It gives us the outlook
    • that we must look upon as the most external manifestation of the
    • that when we look towards the centre of our planet, we may say: There
    • are sublime Beings, Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim. When we look
    • outward, we look first of all through the sphere of the Spirits of
    • when we look down into the depths of the earth, we ascribe to the
    • organs with which to look into that which is woven into the light.
    • looks upon merely as maya, in the action of the chemical combinations
    • first of all we look up at the sun, in which these forces are
    • body. So that if you look at a man of the present day and to begin
    • forces, so that when the occultist looks at an equilateral triangle,
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    • whole co-operation of the hierarchies is such, that we must look at
    • that, in reality, you have only to look for six Spirits of Form or
    • Jahve or Jehovah. If you wish to look for His activity in the
    • although looked at there from another
    • You have now, when you look into the cosmos, a sort of
    • crystallized into the Ethiopian race, we have to look for an impulse
    • Ethiopian race as being? We may so look upon him that we say: This
    • and when man looks up into the infinite expanses of the heavens, he
    • however in their rays which return from the Earth. When he looks up
    • to the normal Spirits of Form, to the Elohim, he is looking up to
    • that which really makes him into man; and when he looks up to what is
    • we must attribute the Saturn-character, we must look for something
    • If you look at the pictures of the old American Indians,
    • begun, in which men could look up to the Sun and perceive the Spirits
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    • that into that distribution of humanity, which we must look upon as
    • of fact, look back very far indeed, back to early Atlantean times, if
    • Southern Asia, who compose the Malay race. We should have to look
    • We have to look in the Far East for that stream of
    • You may look round wherever you will in the world, and you will see
    • which was later expressed as Brahma, Shiva and Vishnu. Look at the
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
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    • longer of such particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to
    • by the Greek expressions: Dynamis and Kyriotetes. They looked up to
    • later peoples still had to look at with their ‘ I ’.
    • the Greek mythology. If we do not look at it thus, if we only compare
    • world of the Angels and Archangels, but they could look into the
    • look into the world of the Powers or Spirits of Form. That which is
    • In old Atlantis man looked up to the spiritual Powers
    • and spoke of a sort of Unity of the Godhead, because he really looked
    • looked into a weaving and life of real spiritual Powers, at a time
    • directly experienced. He did not look back in remembrance at the
    • to pulsate. That is looked upon as a material occurrence at the
    • is able to look back into that time and he can understand that these
    • of evolution, and how the Northern man looked into the Folk-soul,
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    • Atlantis to look into a spiritual world by means of the old
    • whilst they were gradually evolving capacities, and who looked on and
    • considered it dangerous to look out into the external world in which
    • persons cannot comprehend that one external phenomenon may look like
    • time when man did not look at the world with external physical
    • sleeping. When he gazed into the spiritual world, he looked into the
    • slowly and by degrees has the outlook of man become limited to the
    • look ye therefore upon the unique Figure Who will appear in the land
    • of Palestine, look ye upon the Messiah, who contains God within Him,
    • ‘Formerly you looked into the divine spiritual world, and there
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    • the guidance of its Folk-soul, of its Archangel, to look after that
    • have been impossible for a Hegel to have looked upon his ideas as
    • task is to look out into the outer world and to work within that
    • the contents of the Spiritual Soul itself, and looks upon Nature
    • How does this evolution advance? When we look back into the ancient
    • world, which is looked upon in Anthroposophy as the fifth world,
    • look for instance at the way in which Hegel understood Him, we shall
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    • these looked upon Sabbatai as the physical incarnation of a Messiah.
    • have to look up into the etheric world for a new manifestation of
    • plane, determined to look for a manifestation of Christ in a physical
    • we look for in the substance of the European people themselves, that
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • beginnings. We do not look into that past, nor are we guided by it.
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    • we must learn to look upwards from the Earth to what is beyond the Earth. This
    • but bring himself to look concretely at things that are connected with his
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    • into consideration. These books, in their way of looking at things,
    • science or Anthroposophy are looked at merely from the outside, it may
    • necessary to look first at the modern method of thought in natural
    • movable. Now, when the movement of the earth is looked upon as a matter
    • the spiritual investigator has to do to gain the faculty of looking
    • observing us inwardly. It is easy to look upon this inner spectator as
    • brought before you must of course still be looked upon as fantastic at
    • that it looks upon the teaching about telepathy as anything else but a
    • to whom the Christian looks up as his Christ, the one who walked this
    • “If any inhabitants of distant worlds could look down upon the
    • people who for this reason have looked upon the Copernican view of the
    • seem to contradict this knowledge. These points must only be looked at
    • from the right point of view. If they are so looked at, it may very
    • Look, you have made seven columns, seven on each side of the
    • that the wall is pervious and that one is looking out into the
    • blue vault of the sky; you put something there yourselves when you look
    • with enlarged faculties, look out beyond the firmament of birth and
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    • Looking back into very ancient times
    • When therefore we are looking at the
    • be understood in the right sense. By looking back over the evolution
    • can feel the importance of the fact that man has now to look within
    • by looking upwards to the Sun and the starry heavens at the time of
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    • author is right. But it is very different if we look at history in
    • come into human history as soon as we cease looking at it just as a
    • If we look at this
    • rose above the animal. If we look a little more deeply into earlier
    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • Obviously in such a study we should look at Michelangelo's
    • look beneath the surface we shall see the immense difference there is
    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • looks properly at the works of Greek sculpture will perceive that
    • to the statue of David; and let us look at him in relation to what we
    • If we look at the dead body of the Christ we can see at once that
    • peace in death that streams over this body; and second, if we look at
    • looked at the stone he felt that thus the hand must lie and thus the
    • when we are looking at his David.
    • stand. Look at his Madonnas; in the earliest phase the child rests
    • we look at the wonderful ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, on which he
    • living message so that generations to come might look at this
    • Sibyls look like a sort of shadow of Aristotle, the man who raised
    • figures within the same space in which we live. If we look at the
    • Michelangelo's painting growing out into space. If we look at
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    • as these and they should not be overlooked. We must begin to be
    • we can look into men's souls, that their relation to speech was quite
    • anyone who is merely an onlooker. But leaving that aside, the
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    • Science. For many centuries men have grown accustomed to look at only
    • Yes, but if we look at the matter in the light of Spiritual Science,
    • We can look back to the peoples who lived in the Southern regions of
    • personality of Rabindranath Tagore. If our outlook is healthy and
    • and to look a little further than outward appearances, they draw back
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    • The text of the lecture which preceded it was discovered on looking
    • Theosophical principles can be looked upon as interesting doctrines,
    • person's success and rise; we should be able to look upon his
    • know that feelings, passions, etc. should be looked for in the astral
    • characteristic: a certain timidity. There are people who cannot look
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • ordinary way of looking at the world today does not really enable us
    • spirit accompanies them in life; to this guiding spirit they look up,
    • one is willing to look into the depths of man's being and of
    • is inculcated into him; in that case, the state does not only look
    • a stage of inner activity, so that we look up to a world to which we
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    • if he remains within this whole way of looking at the world,
    • physical body) and look back upon our body, upon our whole
    • the size of a whole world, when we thus look back upon him.
    • When we look back
    • human life from the inner aspect, we should look upon it as a
    • we come to feeling, and still further to the will. When we look
    • the stream of Karma darkens our outlook into the events which may
    • field will be able to foretell what it will look like tomorrow
    • man is as great as the universe. Even in ordinary life we look
    • looking at ourselves and distinguishing between two kinds of
    • innermost depths of our soul. Life on earth should not be looked
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    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • compares it with the outlook which their elders had in their own
    • someone acquainted with the modern scientific outlook on the world
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • is merely the social counterpart of the utterly reactionary outlook
    • now let us look at the way the evolution of the world is going
    • three preceding conditions, and how we have to look forward to three
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    • Let us look a little more closely at a distinctive
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • accordance with their laws, looking in them for cause and effect and
    • a pre-earthly life of man, but actually to look into the spiritual
    • world in which we lived before we descended to Earth, even as we look
    • that alters the whole course of our life. When we look back over the
    • One who is already a little older and looks back in this way is able
    • this larger world, and learn to look beyond birth and beyond death,
    • to look also beyond and behind the world of the senses — for in
    • of notebooks in this way and never looked at them again. What has
    • expected, who are looked for — do not appear.
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    • The truths we look for in spiritual science should not
    • those who are ready to learn: “Look carefully; there is this
    • whom we meet nowadays? As being agreeable to us, or the reverse. Look
    • acknowledged to be such; it is looked upon in the most extensive
    • the spiritual world look with satisfaction and approval upon our
    • looking one day into a shop window my eye was caught by the title of
    • our Movement. “We may look upon it as a Movement dedicated to
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    • When we look back to the spiritual strivings of man in a very distant past
    • we look out into the world and through our senses perceive colours,
    • in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's intellectual outlook declares
    • In order to understand what is achieved by this let us look at what happens
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • We look at a plant: it is green and its
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    • Egypto-Chaldean, Greco-Latin epochs, on to our own time. When we look
    • spiritual science; it can be understood only when we are able to look
    • this Event. If we look back into pre-Christian times, and especially into
    • outlook of men in those days. Not that a complete change took place in a
    • the divine and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The
    • bring men out of the habit of looking to the spirits of air and of
    • rest content with looking at life in any superficial way; it is
    • festival of Resurrection, but in our materialistic outlook we have long
    • Easter should remind him, by the very way its date is determined, to look
    • of the grave of the materialistic outlook. For together with
    • which gives man the right once more to keep Easter. Look up to the full
    • recognise nothing beyond himself. If the natural scientific outlook on
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    • I look back on the words which Count Keyserlingk has just spoken. For
    • foundations. They look at a beetroot as a beetroot. No doubt it has
    • the South. You think, why is it so? You look for the cause, not in
    • Anyone who looked in
    • time when orthodox science already wanted to overlook such matters,
    • wanted to point out the need to look a little farther afield than is
    • abnormal. The cereals would look very queer indeed. Their stems would
    • let us now look at the plants themselves. Two things we must observe
    • themselves again and again. We look at them as though the cosmic
    • understood. These must be looked for again along such lines as I have
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    • Earth. Thus, so far as plant-growth is concerned, we must look for
    • which we observe already when we look out over the crystallising
    • directly. Look at the green plant-leaves. (Diagram
    • look at all plant growth. Then, when we contemplate the rose, in its
    • red colour we shall see the forces of Mars. Or when we look at the
    • Look at the equisetum
    • to consider? How must we look at a plant when we desire the cosmic
    • look at the skeleton of any mammal, and go there with the
    • Look at the skeleton-formation of the hinder parts; observe its
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    • they remain within restricted spheres. We must look out into the wide
    • substances. He knows what they look like when he has them in his
    • Now let us look how
    • vision we must unfold when we look out over he surface of the Earth,
    • the silica — the calcium and silicon. We cannot look inside the
    • human being; we must evolve the same knowledge by looking out over
    • breathing, and where we find any other plants, there we are looking
    • plants as parts of a totality. Look on the matter in this way, and we
    • we can look into the life and growth of all that goes on in and above
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    • must first establish a genuine science — a science that looks
    • We should have strange-looking cows if this were all. They would be
    • embryonic stages. They would remain so; they would look quite grotesque.
    • looked at the area to be manured, that a surface, say, about as big
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    • times, many false judgments have arisen from the materialistic outlook
    • tries to look into the effects of living things on a large
    • creation. No doubt every plant is so; but if you afterwards look at
    • look around you. The indications of Spiritual Science invariably consider
    • and does not deserve the contempt with which we often Look down on it
    • science, we must know what one thing or another looks like. Yet it is
    • you forget that those who only look at the microcosmic or microscopic
    • We must now look for a
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    • enthusiasm, to look up a few text-books to see how they defined “the
    • These things must be looked at from a somewhat different point of view.
    • in the surrounding circle. Here therefore we have what makes the plant look
    • have all made this mistake of looking to external methods to verify
    • try to get at these happy, simple-looking little creatures in untold
    • ways — by methods which do not look very humane, to say the least.
    • in the future we must look far more to intelligent insight than to police
    • its appearance. The preparations generally look like pepper).
    • theorised about it instead of looking at the process, we might reach
    • of the magnet-needle alone — anyone who looked in the magnet-needle
    • so, when we come to the living plants, we must not merely look at the
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    • we must learn to look with understanding at the birds.
    • Look at
    • consider the tree. What is it in the household of Nature? If we look
    • cambium. Although the cambium does not look like roots, it is the living,
    • that is, through the ethereal. We must learn to look with macrocosmic
    • Look at a plant growing directly out of the soil. True, it is hovered-around,
    • poverty in the realm of the free-roots? We only need Look about us,
    • look for a due distribution of wood and forest, orchard and shrubbery,
    • may you look at their outer forms! You can dissect them, if you will,
    • and take. Look through Goethe's works and you will soon find it. He
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    • from what actually occurs when you have animals to look after. It is
    • absurd at first sight, and yet you cannot overlook it if you wish to
    • actually aware what a farm looks like, what it is like in practice,
    • we must always learn to look at the things themselves, and of each thing
    • we wish the processes to form themselves in this way, we must look around
    • a good milk-production we must therefore look to what is there between
    • farm. Then they look up their text-books, or they remember what they
    • look it all up. But the results will not be very great, for it may easily
    • happen that what you look up in the text-book will clash with what you
    • another case. Let us look more towards the flowering nature and the
    • a wonderful instinct in these matters. Look at the world with intelligence
    • when we look more deeply.
    • point we can begin to look right into the connection between plant and
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    • looked right beyond his personal life, and did not attach
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    • enclosed within his body, may in a certain way look back
    • looking back, as it were, into his own self. For when we
    • occupy ourselves with arithmetic and geometry, we look back
    • we look out into the world, we have something which we
    • man takes in the universe, he looks back upon the universe,
    • as it were. By looking back upon ourselves, we discover the
    • to look back on the experiences which it had before birth.
    • the child. The human being does not only look back into his
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • He does not only take in the universe, but he looks out
    • We take in the universe and look back.
    • We look out into the universe.
    • Cancer enable man to look back, to be inwardly mobile, to
    • ripening: it suffices to look at the fields, at the
    • takes in the Universe and looks back.
    • looks out into the Universe. He takes in the mobility
    • the right way. If you look at an old picture of Aries, you
    • always looking back; this gesture of Aries looking back is
    • Aries in the human being who is looking back on himself, on
    • characteristic lies in the gesture of looking back.
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    • but will look at it from a spiritual point of view and turn our attention to
    • their torture, the vision of the Templars that could look out over these
    • case of those who attain maturity. But when one looks across into the world
    • we want to do is to look at history objectively. The events of modern times
    • materialistic outlook. As has been said, we have no intention of casting
    • events that happen in the world must not be looked upon as erroneous in
    • of the soul, then we must look to forging those delicate and subtle links
    • look back in memory on our earth body and behold the I spiritually. But
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
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    • it and look at it; in the same way, the inner processes leading to an
    • memory-picture, we do not look upon the small details of life, but we
    • look behind birth into that stage of existence through which we
    • then look upon it and experience it in the right way. We then
  • Title: Errors in Spiritual Investigation
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    • real organs of spirit through which he can look into the
    • his gaze. The person would not be able to look around freely but
    • that he would believe himself destroyed if he could not look at what
    • soul, so that these depths look quite different from what we call our
    • from being able to look further into the spiritual world, from being
    • who knows the soul looks at the evolution of mysticism in the world,
    • looks sighing to her patron god, Time, which promises her victory and
    • of a way of looking that has been gained previously, victory over the
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • human evolution. Anyone able to look more deeply into the evolution
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • is usually only looked at from the outside.
    • from the point of view of symptoms. As man's outlook is restricted
    • to look with inner vision at the connecting link between the facts,
    • discovers that the first thing he sees on looking backwards into our
    • like this take place in nature, too. If we look at the evolving
    • historical facts are looked at solely from the outside. Something
    • fifteenth century. Looking at history from the inside, the middle of
    • And anyone looking from
    • actually brought with it the natural scientific outlook. Looked at
    • when we look at it from the inside, from the point of view of man's
    • occurred in earthly evolution. With his ability to look down the
    • present civilisation. The materialistic outlook prevailing today is
    • down in people's souls nowadays and colouring their whole outlook,
    • So they look at anthroposophy and say: They mean well, these people,
    • Looking at anthroposophy from a safe distance, people like this
    • outlook. This spirit vision will then be like the soul of the world
    • materialistic outlook by means of some very clever philosophy,
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    • Looked at in accordance with Spiritual Science, we
    • plant world, for we are apt to look on our waking consciousness as
    • firmament of heaven nearest to the Earth. As we look with our eyes on
    • trees and stones, so does the Earth consciously look into space and
    • New Year to which we here look back.
    • souls, that they may look forward to the New Year with this conscious
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • recognised and certified physicians whose business it is to look
    • person who stands beside me and looks into the mirror too, gives me a
    • follower of Mauthner, who did not, however, look upon himself as an
    • of experimental Natural Science. I look up a passage in the
    • that we live in the best of times. And we can look forward with
    • as to the stars,’ and who looking back on all those who had
    • established on the ground of the scientific outlook of the day, and
    • world-outlook. The great fault of our day is, that this is not
    • world-outlook, when they entirely left out that which as spirit rules
    • able to produce anything. We must at least look things in the face,
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • over the Earth, for we have but to look at the disastrous things that
    • If we now look at the East and its peoples
    • looking up to the Divine — for, as I have already said, all men
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • And because he looked back through the ages with his own
    • future. And whereas the men of old looked back to the
    • way. However far we look back into past ages, as long as one
    • humanity. Men looked out upon a different world, where there
    • Look at the seed
    • observes the plant in this way can say to himself: I look
    • seed. And one can also look into the future.’ —
    • ‘You can look back to the seeds of the Gods whence men
    • the following way. — ‘Look at the plant. It grows
    • the same extent to which the eyes looked out with clearer
    • spiritual world. It is just as when a man, looking at the
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • what is happening to-day can only be grasped if we look at those
    • inadequate to their true character. And if we look more closely at
    • receiving anything at all in the world. Their materialistic outlook
    • people say they do not understand the anthroposophic outlook
    • raised again by a spiritual deepening. We look to the West and find a
    • account cannot completely drown in materialism. We look to the East
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • outlook which must necessarily extend these causal connections to
    • the certainty of belief. Man looks within on that which shines in us
    • through’ the human being. And in this way we look into the
    • plant and animal life. Then we do not look to a heat death (an idea
    • but we look to the wasting-away of the entire world, which is
    • man looks for where moral intuition is rooted in the human being, in
    • that he looks for what is the real driving, ethical motive in moral
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • behind — it is a good exercise at the same time to look
    • Very few people know what they look like from behind while they are
    • the same thing. Look out into life, and you will see that people are
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • view from which we look back upon ourselves as filled with
    • space from out of ourselves! When we look at a cube of salt we
    • body and even look back upon ourselves. This has been accomplished in
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • again in looking back upon ourselves.
    • On looking
    • that follow if we cannot look back to the living origin, within our
    • As we look
    • spirit as, in a sense, a most lofty thing. If we look back at the ancient
    • continuous feeling in the waking state. When he looked with his eyes,
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • on a secret pertaining to our human way of looking at the world —
    • quite lost. You will permit me to set out from a way of looking at
    • sphere to which one might look up as at, let us say, the blue vault
    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • and forwards — so, when we really look at the
    • One looks into oneself to find, for example, the three dimensions.
    • But one needs more than that. One can now look out into the wide
    • head apart from the rest. But, looking at this formation as a whole,
    • gravity. Look with the eye of a sculptor at the formation of the
    • Again, looking
    • makes to-day the dilettantish mistake; it looks at the human
    • considering the embryo, I must look beyond the maternal body and take
    • same revelation. We can say: In science, we look at things in such a
    • must look into, and not only theorise about, the secrets of the human
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • and arranges in his mind. Then he looks also into his own inner
    • reflections, the mirror-pictures, of external life, when looking into
    • and truly desired to look into his innermost being, then he would be
    • inner being. By looking into our inner being we get only to this
    • consciousness as we are to look behind a mirror without breaking it.
    • of the forces of will. As we look out into the sunlit space and
    • afraid to look down into that which is eternal in the human soul, and
    • penetrate deeply into the connections of modern life by looking at
    • sense-perceptions. Just as little as man, when he looks into his
    • looks at it and then forms ideas about it. The ideas thus arrived at
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • a mirror that is in space, then we can see behind it; we can look into a
    • ourselves — and we can look more deeply into our inner being.
    • As we do this, as we look within behind the memory-mirror, then what I
    • look into our deepest selves, we are gazing upon a region where matter is
    • instinctive vision. And then they looked upon a world where egohood
    • clearly when we look at the modern conception of Christ — if
    • Man looks
    • limbs, we find that we must look for their source beyond birth and
    • we are able to look at it in the right light, is really a survey of a
    • it to ourselves in this way. I look up to the Father God. The Father God
    • We look out
    • Inkarnat, the colour that speaks out of man. When we look at
    • nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the spread-out colours
    • of the rainbow, the sign and symbol of the Father God. But if we look
    • makes it into a living unity, we must look within ourselves.
    • look at the whole process. The Father God works in matter, bringing
    • its environment and then split up and scattered. If you look at the
    • down into our selves, then we look first into our own inner chaos, into
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • can look back to a Divine-Spiritual wisdom once received by men
    • Looking deeply
    • of the Gods would have vanished. The Gods have looked for a way
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • Let us look at this matter
    • look upon them as two different human aspects. In the present day we
    • not merely look at the idea “wolf”, but at the real
    • in all things a creative productive principle, which was looked upon
    • the ancient Mystery wisdom of God the Father, looked upon the Christ
    • spiritual way of looking at things had passed. Nominalism took hold of
    • looked upon the Christ as the “meek man of Nazareth”.
    • still looks at Nature spiritually (for he brings the spirit with him
    • a full human being only if we teach him to look for something in the
    • look upon the Christ as a Being perfect in itself. This will enable
    • When we look at spiritual
    • cannot reach a really spiritual way of looking at things. This gives
    • us an outlook, a perspective, that will help us to achieve the rise
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • than our contemporaries, for their outlook is frequently — I
    • Only those who look upon
    • we must look ahead with special attention, times which will break in
    • to mankind. If we look back upon the Graeco-Latin epoch, we see that
    • still look in the darkest season of the year. The earth's aura then
    • such happenings. A spiritual way of looking at the world will in
    • Christ-Impulse, but only if mankind will cease to look upon spiritual
    • case. When we look clairvoyantly upon the boy's life, upon the life
    • world we must look for transformed forces; they are the unused
    • through the world as barefooted pilgrims who look upon the whole
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • times when the human beings who looked up to the stars really
    • evolution if we are unable to look upon this new element which thus
    • they look upon as foolishness may be “wisdom before the
    • were to insist less upon their proud faith and look more closely into
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • If we look
    • find, when we look back on them, a dominant scientific
    • universe. When he looked up at the sun and the moon and the
    • for we must look at the actuality of things, and from the
    • we look at our civilisation and at all that is hurrying it to
    • of the East produced, as you know, great cities. We can look
    • looks up to the Cosmos.
    • understand each other as well. The Asiatics look at America,
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • entered from the opposite side. What a wretched-looking
    • only seen myself, for a looking-glass was hanging opposite
    • getting in opposite, looked rather like an out-of-work
    • man — to the system of his physical body. Look out over
    • afterwards believed when he looked back on it). Then, when he
    • him, but something that looked like an immense mountain. He
    • Then we shall look with satisfaction into that future which
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • I cannot look into them for myself’, it is just as if
    • you look at the bloodstream you have the straight, and the
    • knowledge that goes into them deeply. If we look once more at
    • looks condescendingly on everything and merely nibbles at one
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • look at the lights that are intended to be invitations into
    • we look in the world, and into a past however distant,
    • divine-spiritual origin, that he can look back to that
    • physical world contact us? At the point when, looking back in
    • Egohood at all. The Ego looks into the surrounding world, is
    • the Christmas night will be filled with hope as they look
    • second Festival: they will look forward to Easter, the
    • look towards something that shines with the same certainty as
    • parents and the shepherds, and the people looking on were
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • earthly life and we may look forward to an ever fuller life wherein
    • also one day be verified. Thus we must look back, not only to a kind
    • did not look back with regret to something that man had lost. On the
    • world, not to look back with regret, but to look forwards, to be
    • regions lying north of the lands where men looked back with sorrow to
    • the Indian looked at the external world with which human life is so
    • Buddhahood there finds a natural place. The Indian looked back to an
    • therefore, looked back to former Buddhas, of whom five had already
    • of my soul I should everywhere be able to look behind the illusion of
    • could look upon the world, he would see it in its reality; he would
    • isolated individual, the Christian looks to Jesus of Nazareth, into
    • page I look back upon my former lives as upon an open book; I see how
    • having each a fundamentally similar mission, but the Christian looks
    • the past, and indeed in our own days, when men have looked for a
    • feeling that we exist, and we know as we look towards the future that
    • is able to look back upon his earthly existence and feel: This bodily
    • by a purely Christian impulse, looks out upon the world as Faust
    • looks out upon it. And if we in our time rise above external
    • perish. Like Faust, we look not upon the permanency of our works but
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • these material processes. People look into the world of matter and
    • how the Spirit works in matter, and it looks with reverence at
    • Just as we cannot truly study a human being if we merely look at his
    • study the bodily constitution and look for the cause there, and again
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    • Wherever he looks back, whether it be towards Saturn, Sun or Moon, or
    • totality. (It really looks as though we were speaking figuratively,
    • the singing speech of the World. You look out in the direction of
    • Thus as we look to the
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    • can look back to a very ancient epoch which came to a close about the
    • great misunderstanding, to the Vedas and the Vedanta. If we look at
    • bodily life as was the case in earlier times. He looks upon birth as
    • first and second epochs stand clearly before us when we look back
    • epoch looked to the Christ, felt Him in their hearts and in this deep
    • when men looked through the telescope and spectroscope and discovered
    • man's earthly development. They look back in history to the first
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • becomes sensory reality, we would almost be looked upon as fools. And
    • forces of Nature, he would be looked upon as a complete fool! But if
    • greatest contrast to electricity is LIGHT. If we look upon
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • say that, when we look back at the time just before the period
    • Clemens of Alexandria looked up, first of all, to the Christ as a
    • hear that so many differentiations must be looked for in the human being.
    • people began to look up to the child; before then, Christians
    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • point were one becomes a child, because if we look with the right
    • able to do this — to look at a child with the right feeling,
    • when we look at the child. In that little book I explained that
    • mood, not from any sort of holy recreation. If we look for the
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    • must look for the relationship which obtains between the
    • Look at
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    • eye of an observer who could have looked on during the billions and
    • in this way we look back into those oldest times of our earth when a
    • myself as I am looking down from this bare summit and hardly able to
    • Look
    • repeatedly indicated in these lectures — we look at the
    • to speculative phantasy. And looking backward from those beings which
    • spiritual science — with the specific outlook often
    • standing within it on a firm, bony base, we looked out into outer
    • and looked out into space would not have seen a weaving, mineralised
    • parts, is first absorbed. And now we look at the granite-formation
    • with the outlook of spiritual science, we thus observe life as it is
    • Looking
    • living body of the earth, his end has come. But if we look at
    • man looks to his spirit, so the spiritual, which once created for its
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • also be looked upon as thoughts, — if the laws of the external
    • just looking at the light for instance, would know as much about the
    • able to look into the spiritual world and behold the why and
    • so doing we gain an outlook on life which does not rest simply and
    • able to look into the past. When we develop Inspiration we look
    • From this you see that activities generally looked upon as
    • that one understands this dualism in such a way that Ormuzd is looked
    • they looked upon the Upper Gods which are in Asgard, and the Lower
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    • to look into the matter both from without and from within. The first
    • theosophical movement we have to look upon the occult ideal as the
    • every normally thinking person will look upon the cultivation
    • occult conclusions. And we may look upon it as a good result of our
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • instance when we look back clairvoyantly into the Saturn or Sun
    • physical body; if we could look for the environment upon which the
    • could look for the environment of the ego in the same way as we
    • everything to which you look forward is benumbed into a rigid state,
    • an indication of how we should really look upon fire. Wherever we see
    • only think in accordance with modern science look upon the book as
    • when we look back to the old Saturn condition, and to the Thrones
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • Will or Thrones achieved sacrificial acts; so that when we look back
    • glow of sacrifice of the Spirits of Will, so must we look behind
    • view when we look up and wish to have a higher sense-perception of
    • When we look at it, it
    • only he looks rightly upon air who says: ‘I see air in this
    • this as embodied in an intuition, we can, on looking at the
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    • force; he will not even require to look at his pupils, but only to be
    • the conditions of heat or fire present in the world. Now: if we look
    • certain conditions which then came about. Just as we saw, on looking
    • not look for the origin of evil in the so-called ‘evil’
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    • have been designated “Spirits” may be looked upon as
    • this if we look into our own souls as we did in the last lecture,
    • thus that we must look upon what lives on in the Beings as a heritage
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    • acquainted by looking into our own souls, and which we can only fully
    • form it is fundamentally the same thing. For when we look at a corpse
    • must be looked for in the spiritual behind it — we have now
    • world, we must look for that’; we cannot say of the event of
    • accomplished on Golgotha, such as we must look for with respect to
    • look for a spiritual prototype for each one of them — but not
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 1: The Driving Force Behind Europe's War
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    • today. But when those who are awake look back on what went
    • to be: It does look as if the statisticians are right and the
    • They are not at all interested in looking for the roots of
    • coming for eighteen months. I have looked around a great deal
    • own resources, and look back to the old priestly element as
    • that what matters is not to take a document and look at the
    • seriousness to look to the origins, to see how things are
    • related, to look for realities and not to the way things look
    • and looks at our time in the light of the serious truths we
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • are asleep we look down on a body that has become mercurial
    • merely look at it the way in which it normally comes to
    • plane. We have to look at this from many different points of
    • another area where we can only discover the truth if we look
    • Andreae was someone who wanted to look more deeply. What
    • he realized that one must look more deeply into the whole
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • have to look deeper before you realize that they actually
    • never reach this point, however. They will continue to look
    • people looked up with such humility to their old people.
    • to look for inner spiritual impulses we now have a culture
    • must be looked into, and they should not be taken
    • an inner quest to look for the elements nature is unable to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • time, going back several decades and also looking decades
    • really clever; but if one looks at the whole thing it is no
    • you must look for the reasons in the existing situation.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • whose minds and whole way of looking at the world give them
    • looking at a world that is immediately next to our own, a
    • it means to enter into iron necessity. Looking for an easy
    • but these people want more. If one looks to the unconscious
    • selfless, look at all the things I do to improve myself! I am
    • learn to think in terms of reality. Let us look at the aspect
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • will always look for a way to apologize for their statements.
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • just as Suess, looking at the earth, realized that it is now
    • Looking at the
    • Looking at the way they do not immediately appear on the
    • when it comes to taking an inward look at the human being.
    • good look at, is the following. Imagine we have a number of
    • should look, this is how the woman should look, if they are
    • the heirs of modern materialism, will look for the vaccine to
    • think that playful ideas will help them to look ahead to the
    • ideas to look ahead to the future. Anthroposophy is not a
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 6: The New Spirituality
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    • find it easiest to get an idea of this if you look at it like
    • would look quite different if they still had the shape they
    • general terms we might say people would look like spectres,
    • will look just the same there as they do in the physical
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 7: Working from Spiritual Reality
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    • on a chair and watching the man lifting weights, it looks
    • look the same. The painting could be perfectly true, even if
    • look for the things that give the figure real weight. Now you
    • not as light as air, this knowledge has not come from looking
    • come to the conclusion: If it looks the way such things
    • always look, it will also weigh the same. Just looking at
    • looking at objects provide? Illusion! If you regard the world
    • were to feel the burden of their weight as I looked around
    • particularly important: When the world looks to the East now,
    • like someone who is looking at weights made of cardboard.
    • not just some which look as if they were real. All political
    • have to be made from the familiar, comfortable way of looking
    • inclination. You will find many such things if you look into
    • modified vertebrae which form part of the human head look
    • hard look at the concepts we use. I have given this example
    • look at the world, and if they do not find it in accord with
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 8: Abstraction and Reality
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    • has penetrated into reality if we look at the present time
    • reality is in many ways seen in an abstract way. People look
    • because it has only been considering that sphere. Look at the
    • (translates as ‘Social democracy — Outlook nil’);
    • to me. You only need to look around you a little and you
    • realization. We must take a new look at events, for the
    • claiming rights. Look at Western views: birth and origin is
    • fact, when future historians look at the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • spirit. It is helpful to look for other ways of strengthening
    • looked at with a cool eye, as it were, and a calm heart. We
    • views as to what the earth looked like thousands and millions
    • So we can work out what this child looked like a hundred
    • out what it will look like in a hundred and fifty years. It
    • overlooked today, but very often is. It is the belief that
    • clearly, to resolve to make the effort to look into the
    • be felt when we look at the figures 1841 and 1917 in the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • Science is looking at life that has died.
    • look at is merely the image of a ‘corpse, of something
    • to come, people will be able to look down on the ideas of
    • clever then as the present generation does now in looking
    • and look down on the old myths and tales. ‘Humanity was
    • today's mighty clever professors look down on the mythologies
    • education of the future if later on in life people look back
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    • We must look at
    • connection between impulses to look at things on the basis of
    • Boos' article, which takes a serious look at Swiss national
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • anyone who looked more deeply also more morose!) Open
    • inwardly able to look ahead to the twentieth century and
    • humorous and ironical look at developments since the
    • see how he looks at the past and ahead to the future. He
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    • are in the image of the spirit. Looking for the indirect
    • happening in reality. Looking at events in outer life, one
    • that people overlook the driver. They speak of cause and
    • years old. Look at the stories or histories which preceded
    • words: ‘History has shown.’ Look at the things
    • over human brains today. Here again, we must resolve to look
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    • speaking in Old Testament terms. If we look at this interpretation,
    • and our inability to look at the essential being of man thus becomes
    • I wanted to say: Just look for
    • If we look back into the development of mankind, we see that human
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    • of thinking gained through the usual way of looking at Nature. To-day
    • look into our own selves it appears to us as something living, for it
    • human beings. Here on earth human beings do not look as if they had
    • something which they may even look upon as a distorted idea. We must
    • look upon the human skull-bones as transformed vertebrae. But
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    • significance of such a passage is generally overlooked. What does it
    • He looks at an animal or a plant, and pictures to himself that these
    • look back spiritually upon the physical body and the etheric body we
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    • that plants are merely built up out of cells; rather, when he looked
    • examiner will not get anywhere if he wants to look merely at this
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • nevertheless for the spiritual scientific view. We come to look
    • themselves belong to our earth. This means that we may not look at
    • radiations that allow the plants to arise. If we look at the mineral
    • realm without also adding the plant covering, we are looking only at
    • first separates itself out of the organism, so we have to look at the
    • order to look at itself, to feel, to sense, to think by means of this
    • of an earlier cause. Only when a being truly looks back to something
    • means that we would have to look exactly into the structure of the
    • plant does not see by means of them; rather the sun being looks
    • between sun and earth. Looking at matters in this way, however, we
    • we look at them as single individualities, yes, but in such a way
    • impression, from what looks at us out of the plants, of what lives as
    • earth and to the sun; we feel as if we had to look up to the plant
    • Thus we must look to
    • over the Brenner — when he looked at the coltsfoot with
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    • Man. Looking backward as it were, he speaks of a deeply
    • had a wider horizon. They were still able to look beyond the
    • any such impulses as occur in his writings. The open outlook,
    • conceive the outlook of men in the 19th century, we generally
    • century, we must look for this impulse of Philistinism
    • looked for outside the realms of truth and reason; offspring
    • scientists of the 19th century only looked for the material
    • Look back into the ancient Mysteries — those that had
    • same time filled with a national outlook; the national
    • outlook works upon the things which he is thinking, of
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    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • but it will not be prepared to look for those spiritual
    • inspiring Spirit. Thus I would say: We look for Pallas
    • but we also look for the Son who is born of her, who finds
    • you should not look for anything behind it,” It was the
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    • it were the outermost extremes of world-outlook. The two
    • all the World. Wherever we may look — among all peoples
    • They looked on
    • the two directions in the Mysteries, our outlook has indeed
    • look in both directions — to look for the
    • to look into the course of evolution in this respect. A
    • admired if looked upon as a beginning. It is only when the
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • being looks back objectively upon the physical body and upon the
    • consider our home, from these with which we look upon any other
    • objective. When I look upon a wonderfully painted picture, it
    • does not change through the fact that I look upon it with fire
    • penetrate into the super-sensible world. We then look back upon
    • world we look back into our last earthly life through death,
    • everything appears to us in this way when we look back upon our
    • By looking back
    • to look upon the moment of death by gaining insight on a small
    • only look back upon our physical body because the following fact
    • look upon it as something fantastic.
    • of the thinking ordinarily looked upon as scientific thought;
    • grasped as a whole, cannot simply be looked upon by saying that
    • observe it in the same way in which we would look upon some past
    • the evolution of the world; it shows that we should look back
    • look upon the Kant-Laplace nebula, but we look at the same time
    • physical-earthly origin. We also look towards the end of the
    • starry world surrounding the earth will decay; they will look
    • to look upon Anthroposophy no longer as something fantastic and
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    • looked out into Nature, he thought that he could perceive
    • guided and directed them. When he looked up to the stars he
    • looked into his own soul, into his own being, he thought that the
    • sin. Wherever they looked, they did not see phenomena of Nature
    • times is in the midst of a conflict, when he looks upon the world
    • looks upon a world that is completely permeated with the laws of
    • and direction in the world, so that we do not look down to the
    • earth like animals but look out freely into the world's spaces
    • when they looked upon these three peculiarities of human nature.
    • gives rise to our erect walk, to our free outlook into the
    • that looked upon the moral and religious element in the world's
    • this was looked upon still more as a gift of the divine spiritual
    • were consequently looked upon, in ancient times, as something
    • knowledge of the external world. I shall, however, look back upon
    • to take up an erect walk and to look out into the world's spaces.
    • characterized just now, and that were looked upon in the past as
    • the germination was looked upon merely as the external expression
    • task on earth?” was the great question. Today, we look at
    • connection, we look towards the other direction. We may consider
    • magnetic effects, with the effects of heat and light. We look out
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    • must be looked upon as enigmas.
    • that thing may influence us, and if we look back ten years into
    • hold of us; we look, as it were, upon the act of falling asleep
    • will and really look back upon the body. Then the human body is
    • thoughts. We look back upon it as if it were a mirror. And then
    • plate; in looking back upon our body our thoughts stand before us
    • we can look upon such abnormal observations critically, and such
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • lived for centuries, and they can only look with a certain
    • in the West we should look across to the East; we become more and
    • greatest reverence can be felt for it when looking back from its
    • thousands of years. We then look back into a time which lies 3000
    • cosmic content of the world. Wherever they looked, they saw the
    • civilization in general shows a faint trace of looking upon the
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • superficial way of looking at things makes people say that in
    • grasp this by looking upon it as a kind of prophecy that one day
    • the Mystery of Golgotha we look back six centuries and come to
    • because he had to look upon death, the corpse, he felt that he
    • Golgotha. Many people look towards that great symbol: the cross
    • with the corpse hanging upon it. They look upon the lifeless
    • human being. Yet they do not look upon him in such a way as to
    • comfort when they looked up from the earth to the stars, whence
    • man! The whole way of looking upon life was inspired by a
    • of looking upon life was inspired by a world-wide cosmology which
    • is that it is also possible to look towards the origin of the
    • world by looking into Jesus' inner being and by establishing an
    • reality. In pre-Christian times man looked up to the stars in
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    • senses should be looked for on the surface. It suffices to bear
    • comes from inside. When I look at the table, its impression comes
    • the earthly human being perceives. You look upon the colours
    • things in the right way must even say: We are then looking upon
    • as such true and real. But when I look upon the corpse, this no
    • through air when we behold something. When we look through air,
    • air, in order to look at it, we would see our environment in the
    • waking consciousness and may then look upon the process of
    • not; even in other cases, one does not look so much at the means
    • division of time, the influence of time. This enables him to look
    • the world's events. He is then able to look, as it were,
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • cannot look into his own self. It is, of course, an illusion to
    • us when looking out into the world, it is an illusion which
    • images that look out at us from a mirror. These pictures cannot
    • that look out at us from a mirror. These pictures cannot force
    • looked back into history; he looked back into the geological
    • were, in our earthly cave and we do not look out of it. The
    • outlook into Time's cosmic distances.
    • in the Old Testament the beginning of the world was looked upon
    • difference between the way in which we should now look upon the
    • Mystery of Golgotha and the old way of looking at the beginning
    • They said to themselves: Once upon a time, man looked out into
    • have to teach, will not only imply looking at Christ, but being
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    • western humanity must unfold, and which we look upon as the
    • looked upon as a living organism. I might say: True insight into
    • dead, everything that was not alive, was really looked upon as
    • from his present attitude. He looked upon the universe as a
    • ever-growing measure, the longing arose to look upon everything
    • investigation, but they looked upon the homunculus as a definite
    • God. Not the human being of flesh and blood was looked upon as
    • stages to the human stage and that he could only look up to a
    • Flesh.” — The Word, originally looked upon as being
    • one with the Father-God, was now looked upon in such a way that
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    • tragedy, the modern tragedy of the world, is that man may look
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    • the whole time man remains on Earth, ever looking forward to the
    • understand ourselves aright, we continually look back through our
    • educated to look back on that to which the spirit from the heights
    • events now taking place show us, for the very reason that, if we look
    • all its wonderful laws, and let us look at what surrounds us to-day.
    • here in man. That it is to which we look up in the Holy Christmas
    • Christ — and to which we look up as to something over which the
    • I have silently perceived and looked upon.
    • transform the Christmas thought into an impulse; and while looking up
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • earth. And when we now look upon the tree growing out of the grave of
    • the human being Adam, who was led astray by Lucifer, if we look at
    • evolution of the earth, this knowledge is there. As I look at this
    • that, as we look, it can mirror our experiences for us. The
    • on the earth. It looks only toward the further development of the
    • ourselves correctly, we always look back through our entire earthly
    • back in our childhood. We always look toward this if we wish to
    • look toward what the spirit out of the heights can say: “Let
    • curious. In looking at how these Christmas plays arose and
    • mentions these thoughts with the background of looking at the world
    • prohibited from looking for a meaning of the earth in a spiritual
    • This is what Haeckel means. Looking for meaning is not permitted!
    • that if we look only at these contemporary events externally,
    • we look only at these events and no meaning results, then precisely
    • is precisely events such as these that show us we cannot amply look
    • for and believe in meaning by looking just at what is going on now
    • like their bodily natures. Instead we must look at what they are now
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • the outer, the meaning must be looked for in the super-sensible.
    • different from looking at the same matter in a completely different
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • turn our attention to Zarathustra, we must look back over an
    • mountain heights or in the valleys. Look
    • that if we look towards the future, the Ahura of Ormuzd grows clearer
    • and clearer. Looking into the past, we see the Ahrimanic powers in
    • Time, we look into the
    • of savagery. Do not look upon external things merely as Maya; you
    • path to perfection. Zarathustra therefore looked upon himself as the
  • Title: Lecture: Hermes
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    • to look back to still earlier times when their leading
    • them aware, and they looked back to olden times when their
    • in days of hoary antiquity. The Being to whom the Egyptians looked up
    • from a more spiritual existence. When I look into my own soul I
    • Thus the old Egyptians looked up with a
    • objectively before man, just as after death his spiritual being looks
    • looked up in gratitude to the Dog Star, to Sirius, for it was he who
    • of their daily life. They looked back to ages of hoary antiquity when
    • in the year 1322 before our era, were looking up to the Heavens. He
    • But we look back through three great Cosmic Years to an age when the
    • year accurately. But we look up to a hidden world where the Powers
    • Egyptians looked up, as it were beyond the feeble quality of the
    • Being to whom the old Egyptians looked up with feelings of deepest
    • understand the innermost nature of man we must not look at his outer
    • when he beheld the retarded forces of the Gods. He looked back to
    • branch of culture. And so we look back to mighty figures — to
    • Individualities. We who are born in after ages look up to Them,
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    • looks like this (drawing) — but something which is commonly called
    • another look at this: caterpillar and chrysalis. Now think of an animal
    • Now look
    • our picture? Well gentlemen, what we have done is to look at the world.
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    • We can never say that we have knowledge of an organ by looking directly
    • earth we were not to see trees and clouds outside, but were to look in
    • looking within ourselves and finding there the world of the spirit, down
    • looks back in memory on the experiences between going to sleep and
    • relate it to a past experience. Anyone who looks clairvoyantly into what
    • we go through the gate of death we look back over our past life on
    • higher Hierarchies; looking out from within, becoming one with ourself.
    • soul you are able to look at this physical life rightly, you will be
    • spiritual world, we look upon them even though they are within
    • world in the immediate present. Anyone who is able to look into the
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    • physical life on earth; we need look only at the condition of ordinary
    • look into sleep somewhat in the way we look into a peepshow; but through
    • corresponding abnormalities. If such cases are looked into with real
    • Then he will look from the Cosmos upon the Earth, just as now he gazes
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
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    • century the Italian Scientist, Francesco Redi, was looked upon
    • explanation for the evolution of organisms; others look on
    • spiritual in mans One has accustomed oneself to look on these
    • fact presents itself to anyone who looks without prejudice at
    • to look for scientific confirmation of the tenets of Karma and
    • light on a few of these nooks. Above all, let us look at the
    • being can never be looked for in physical ancestors. If`you
    • spiritual considerations were to look upon the above
    • they must be looked upon as causes and effects taking place in
    • seem equal for both, I must look for the compensation in their
  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • This life in the smallest organisms was looked upon as a
    • death has for life, we must not look at what is left, at what
    • simple error in observation! The scientists looked at that
    • seed of a similar kind. That is to say, they looked at the
    • have looked at that which was left behind by another living
    • is just the same method as when they look at the mud
    • was there for the animal. We must look in the past for the
    • same way we see, when we look at human life more closely, not
    • we look at it for once in a lower form and take under
    • possibility of looking behind the Ego, as it were? Yes,
    • now say: “Now I have looked behind the Spiritual world
    • able to look behind the Ego can gaze into the Spiritual
    • himself a retrospect into former lives by looking towards the
    • necessary. The possibility of looking into the past can only
    • future, so far are we in a position to look into the past.
    • from former lives; and when we begin to look back into former
    • behind as a corpse, but will look in every being for those
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    • earth. If we now look away for a moment, our clairvoyant gaze
    • natural to look for the astral element upon the astral plane
    • but where are we to look for the astral body of the plant? We
    • cosmic value of a mineral. If you look at a mineral today,
    • — whereas modern science merely looks upon the fire, or
    • looks upon the laboratory-table as an altar, will he be
    • this human Ego looks out into the world, its knowledge is
    • do this? If you look out into the world, your cognitive
    • human activity. You look out into the world through your
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    • longer delivered to the stake, but looked upon as a dreamer
    • looks with 1000 eyes into the world. — And again, later,
    • through the works of art which he looked upon as a unity.
    • opened. When he looks into the physical world, he sees all
    • O, you Spiritual Scientist: you Theosophist: you want to look
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    • to whom those could look up who were entrusted with the ancient
    • And all his great ones looked on us amazed.
    • against heavenly force. And we look into the world, and we
    • all-power too appears personified to us, when we look on the
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    • mental outlook utterly foreign to our own. From this distant
    • Because Aristotle looked back into the past, he transmitted a
    • look at the Etheric Body instead of at the physical body, the
    • perceived when he looked at plants, animals and man, that
    • which he saw when he looked at mountains, seas, clouds and
    • looks up to the Spiritual World, we can have no doubt of his
    • is everywhere, wherever we may look. The Divine Intelligence
    • general; we must study the detailed phenomena and look for
    • poem which he wrote after having looked on Schiller's skull.
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    • now-a-days; but to any one who looks more deeply into the
    • between different creatures. He looked upon the Darwinian
    • look upon Goethe's ideas regarding colour as nonsense; this
    • the poetic forces of his genius. Goethe looked upon nothing
    • model, to which we must look up in order to study that living
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    • — the fact of the experience. And when one can look
    • look through him into the spiritual being, in order to
    • preserved for himself the freedom of looking away from his
    • life to look back on everything that man has developed as
    • far as one looks away from the images and the scaffolding
    • you will have seen that one can look, in the way described,
    • spiritual investigator, can look into the spiritual world
    • cannot but look with a sigh to the protective God of Time,
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    • little part. Not only so, they also look in the very depths of
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • this book was equally necessary. Look at it from a larger
    • intelligence. In their artistic creations they are looking
    • looked for in former epochs. Moreover, it is often just the
    • Especially his look remains quite unforgettable to those who
    • gave him only as an instance of a man who looks around him with
    • sleep our way through life, but to look about us. Let me tell
    • two points into relation — looking at them both together.
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    • consciousness. Here upon Earth, man looks through his
    • in some way can be near to his soul, then, looking downward,
    • Here we can gain an outlook, of what untold importance it will
    • looking out upon wide perspectives, — but they have very
    • easily be overcome. But he still sees no hopeful outlook, for
    • conglomerated mediocrity! ... Looking to what was said by
    • outlook, whereof Mill and Herzen speak. It is always
    • directions. Much depends on this. We must look to the right
    • be the first to die. We can look up a certain so-called occult
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    • look up directly from their soul to God — in reality they
    • are only looking up to an Angel-being. You may search through
    • am looking up to my Angel,’ but says to himself, ‘I am
    • looking up to the one and unique God.’ He is living in a nebulous
    • facts ensue, whether we think rightly or wrongly. A man looks
    • that he is looking up to God, while in reality he is not
    • even looking up to an Archangel. By this untrue conception he
    • one Archangel or another, overlooking the real co-operation of
    • it is an aberration of belief, of faith, of world-outlook.
    • refuses in any case to look beyond the Angel, one will
    • world-outlook, able to sustain the life of man. It is one
    • world-outlook, to enter a little more deeply into the course of
    • who call themselves officially His representatives look
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    • mysteries of man's physical existence which he must look upon
    • manifest themselves as physical events. We can look upon the
    • physical life of man as we look upon nature; we can thus look
    • man wills to look upon the two great mysteries. And, as it thus
    • looks, it finds in this contemplation strength filled with
    • analyze them, how intensely we may look at them, manifest
    • level whence they could, in the true sense, direct their look
    • into the Kingdom of Heaven” — impels us to look
    • nascimur. If we look at the centre of the human
    • looked down from the land of the spirit before his
    • way of thinking, my dear friends. For, if we look upon the true
    • which the child manifests, if we look upon him in the right
    • world, you direct your look with the power of inner confidence
    • life, our human life. If we turn our look away from our life to
    • when they have looked in the right way at the two great pillars
    • He creates the impulse in our hearts today to look upon His
    • And then we look away to that night of consecration which we
    • world.” It is a saying which challenges us, if we look
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    • Christian looks on the universe as he looks on the human body.
    • When he looks on the human body he sees it as consisting of
    • looks on the human body and sees the movements of hand, eye,
    • and psychic experiences. In the same way as he looked through
    • Christian looked up to the sun he revered in the sun the
    • Then the esoteric Christian looked up at the moon and saw that
    • the sun's light itself; and he said to himself: “If I look
    • light; if I look into the moon I am not dazzled; it reflects in
    • something spiritual. He imagined that when the sun looked
    • external physical power look up to the sun when the sun rises
    • link. But in the degree in which men begin to look through the
    • O'erlooking all the country 'fore him spreading,
    • His quiet look with inward pleasure brightens;
    • But as he looks, he feels his very soul
    • Look down with shining eyes as they appear.
    • intermingled with the playing of a flute. He cannot look in,
    • can gradually look into the spiritual world. It can look into
    • the spiritual worlds as it can look when the summer noon is
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    • outlook. It follows then that a certain degree of maturity in
    • more readily accepted by the modern materialist outlook. But it is
    • which we look upon as the highest member. We know therefore that the
    • that we look forward to an evolution of mankind in the future and
    • the brief sketch I have given you, has evolved. We can look into a
    • Saturn. Thus we look back to three incarnations of the Earth and in
    • next incarnation of the Earth. If we look still further back to the
    • of the more developed humanity. We look up to these Spirits of
    • whilst we ourselves progress from epoch to epoch, when we look into
    • we have looked up to the Beings who attained their human stage three
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    • particular people. That such is the outlook of the materialist is not
    • materialistic outlook. The green vegetation, the peculiar
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so we must also look upon “remaining
    • representatives of their time. We can look upon them as men who were
    • If you look up the word ‘folk’ or ‘people’ in
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    • must now look a little more closely into the inner life of the Folk
    • from an external description to look more closely into the inner life
    • sense-perception, so the Archangel looks down upon the world that
    • aura. This picture illustrates how the Archangelic Being looks down
    • must now look again into the inner life of such an Archangel. From
    • like this are little centralized; they look more to the development
    • people. You may look in vain for other explanations; you will find
    • differentiating mankind the whole world over into races. When we look
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    • We must look for
    • When we look more closely into these separate points or centres we
    • post-Atlantean civilizations. Just as in his youth man looks out with
    • civilization look out into the world. This is associated with the
    • soul-life and why, on the other hand, we must look especially in the
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    • illusion, we must ask ourselves where we must look for them at the
    • we must look upon as the most external manifestation of the Spirits
    • look upon our planet in this way: at the meeting-place of the
    • what we called the Spirits of Wisdom. When therefore we look inward
    • Divine Beings, Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim. When we look outward
    • when we look into the depths of the Earth we ascribe to the Beings of
    • otherwise looks upon simply as Maya, in the action of chemical
    • forces, so that when the occultist looks at an equilateral triangle
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    • you must seek for them in the Sun. You must always look towards the
    • look for it, not in the Sun sphere, but in the Moon sphere at a
    • you look out into the Cosmos you have now a picture of the
    • us now look more closely into the centre which, in Lecture Four, we
    • Thus if you look into the matter more closely from an occult
    • how do we look upon a member of the Ethiopian race, of the Mercury
    • looks up into the infinite expanse of the Macrocosm he must seek
    • looks up to the normal Spirits of Form, the Elohim, he is looking up
    • to that which actually makes him into man. When he looks up to the
    • reflected in the external form. If you look at the pictures of the
    • when man could look up to the Sun and perceive the Spirits of Form
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    • themselves advance to a higher rank. When we look back over the
    • races of which we have already spoken took place, we must look far
    • migrated to Southern Asia, then we must look back to early Atlantean
    • to the rank of a Time Spirit or Spirit of the Age. We have to look to
    • through Asia, Africa and Europe who looked to Hellas for their
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    • particular importance to them. Thus they looked up to what later on
    • at a lower stage of evolution, they looked to the Powers or Spirits
    • the Angels or Archangels, but at the same time men were able to look
    • totally forgotten by the Indians. When they looked into the Akashic
    • stream and sets the ‘I’ pulsating. Today this is looked
    • to look back to earlier stages, to what had been told him about the
    • the forces from above. He looks for them outside in the macrocosm and
    • look back into that time and he could understand that these events
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    • followers of the Persian religion to look inwards, to follow the
    • felt, to look out into the external world where they might have to
    • looked up to them and wanted to work in their domain. But the
    • consequence of the Luciferic influence. If you now look back to the
    • the spiritual world he looked into the world out of which he was
    • “Formerly you looked into the spiritual world and there you saw
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    • ego-less, devoid of personality; he looked upon the ‘I’
    • not have been possible for a Hegel to have looked upon his ideas as
    • what form it takes. When we look back into ancient times we observe a
    • spiritual world which is looked upon in Spiritual Science as the
    • culture with great devotion, thus looking forward prophetically to
    • look at the conception of Christ as presented by Hegel, for example,
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    • one must look for His return in a physical body. This would only
    • etheric world, or whether they will refuse to look beyond the
    • from a true understanding of this Being whom we look for in the very
    • look upon as the life-blood of Spiritual Science; if we should
    • do not look to the past for future guidance. We do not seek to
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    • own Spiritual Science aspires to be, we may perhaps look upon this as
    • really grasp by looking beyond the whole historical tradition of
    • religion. Men did not look upon religion as a separated branch of
    • those words, that we should look upon
    • Eleusis? If we look back to the original sources of European artistic
    • can look below the surface of the spiritual life of today these
    • that ancient clairvoyance. He looked up to that goddess called
    • friends, show us how men are formed in childhood, what they look like
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    • brings home to us the fact that the way man looks at the wonders of
    • The man of that time was not so hopelessly limited in his outlook as
    • looked up to the great Demeter, and in ancient Greece man was still
    • entirely the usual way of looking at things today, our own habits and
    • wants to make laws he looks to the government, he looks to his
    • abstract, a more intellectual morality, hence the Greeks looked to
    • to look for this impulse primarily in the ether body. It is the ether
    • We have to look for
    • If we look at the
    • conditions and therefore dependent upon them; today we have to look
    • of the world. We do not come to know the world merely by looking at it.
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    • is peculiar to our modern way of looking at things to draw a sharp
    • psychic and spiritual, which for anyone who will look attentively can
    • to bring home to you in the following way. Today you look upwards to
    • if out of the bosom of the surrounding universe; in looking at it we
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • way of the spiritual-scientific outlook. Zeus was a Being with a
    • so on. But today in anthroposophical circles, when we look into the
    • Microcosmically speaking we have to look upon the physical body as
    • If we look at this
    • pentagram if you look at the triangles based on the sides of the
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    • human. That god is Dionysos. Just as we have to look upon Pluto as
    • soul-forces which live in our ego. The way in which the Greeks looked
    • these leading Beings looked during the EgyptoChaldean epoch, we find
    • were to look at those Beings who had been the spiritual leaders of
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • beings without the Christ would look down from Jupiter with tragic
    • existence’, he looked up to the star Venus and said:
    • the bodies of the gods has become star. Looking up into the starry
    • manifest themselves; when one looks up to those far-distant worlds
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    • Atlantean bodies. Thus we can say that the Greeks looked upon their
    • looking upon this denizen of Atlantis who was Zeus ... such an
    • no longer looks upon his physical body as something within which he
    • with his ego is confined; it is something upon which he looks from
    • formerly he only looked at; and in a way every soul is spread out
    • the body, when so to say it looks upon the physical body from
    • takes place when one looks back in the Akasha Chronicle to earlier
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • looking at the matter in the right light we see that however much
    • ‘There is my house, I can walk round it, I can look at it from
    • bodily form and looked upon the latter merely as a possession of the
    • could not discover when he looked up to the hierarchies of the upper
    • something which Zeus can only look upon, but which he cannot himself
    • development of man's ego-consciousness, looked at
    • consciousness, which has now become subconscious, man looked outward
    • the Greek looked back to an older time, to a time to which the elder
    • livingly within such a Greek soul. He looked back as if in
    • looked back with a sense of tragedy to that old clairvoyant
    • to be one with all things in the universe; for he could only look
    • earth, the world. They would have been able to look upon their bodies
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    • gods. Anyone who looks upon this world as having no inner coherence,
    • contradictions? Whenever we look back at the course of our life we
    • Let us look at them as they meet us to begin with on the physical
    • knowledge upon ourselves. We have to look into ourselves with the
    • plane, he would be making a mistake. In the higher worlds things look
    • the physical plane; only we are looking at it from within, and
    • we look at this physical body from outside. Thus these two members of
    • But we can look at
    • consciousness which looked up into a world full of spiritual beings
    • about with quite different-looking physical forms. Secretly, in the
    • would look like if earthly men today were ego-less, if men had not
    • physical, etheric and astral bodies, he wondered what they would look
    • should not look like the man of today, whose bodies are the combined
    • which comes to us from Greek thought. That is what man would look
    • anti-Darwinian hypotheses as to what prehistoric man looked like. The
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    • look to supply the answer to the question of how knowledge comes
    • mirror; then you do see what you are, you see how you look.
    • about as shrewd as the man who looks at a mirror and says: ‘I
    • understand thinking is about as clever as looking into a mirror to
    • is filled with enthusiasm for knowledge, when one looks upon the
    • fact that one will probably be looked upon as stupid, because one
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • be compared with him. Hence it is no good looking for the figure of
    • Thus, when we look at
    • pleasing to look at.
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    • one. When we look back into our former incarnation, when we see how
    • question from very many aspects. Today we will look at it from yet
    • appearance man today would have looked very different.
    • idea of this if you first have a look at man himself. Take the human
    • could look back and see themselves in this mirror thrown off from
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    • Ordeals of the Soul, Revelations of the Spirit’ we must look
    • The clairvoyant consciousness cannot then look upon a sphinx —
    • look at this whole sun with the clairvoyant eye, you see that
    • etheric body. Thus when we look up at the sun we have to say:
    • looks closely at these currents it becomes clear that they contain
    • why this or that originated, we only need to be able to look
    • were reproduced in human clothing. If you look at pictures by the old
    • a kind of clothing. And if you look at what the figures of the Greek
    • be quite wrong to look upon what was expressed in our first
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    • For when the man of today looks back from the method which he calls
    • these descendants of ours are enabled through a wider outlook on the
    • must see that the manner in which the human being looks at the world
    • ancient Greek outlook (more disposed as it was to fantasy) was such
    • in the right way, so that we can look, upon it in its independence,
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • carry the Christ with us into our outlook upon the world, He will
    • looking for ordeals, would be the first to run into them. For
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    • upon his words, but who had now deserted him and were looking with apparent
    • the mineral kingdom. In a wider perspective we look back to ages when
    • Urner clefts and looks down from thence to the green, blossoming valley.
    • As I looked at the picture and again away from it, it always seemed
    • soul like this, looking out into the wide universe, — a soul which
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    • work upon us, do we look into the souls of those people who are far
    • this matter, should look at these things as he did. Not only in his
    • ought to speak only as one who can look at things from outside; only
    • it is possible to look into the super-sensible, at the interplay of the
    • Ordinary science is accustomed to-day so to look retrospectively at
    • stands beside the animal world. We look into the world which
    • surrounds us, at the various animal forms; we look at the — in
    • him with what the logic of reason tells him. If we look at that which
    • which was so perceived as if one could look back at the events of hoary
    • perceive with his external sense, cannot even perceive when he looks
    • instinctively known to man, for they looked into themselves, they saw
    • soul in the physical body. And when they looked back, they saw how the
    • like magnetism in physical matter. They looked up into the spiritual
    • could become human matter. Then again, they looked upon the third, upon
    • generation to generation. The old clairvoyant looked up to three powers,
    • and which brings the divine into the earthly. And we look at the second
    • consciousness at the back of Kalevala, and thus we look back into human
    • have looked upon the Beings of their own nationality as described in
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    • looks out attentively with his physical eyes and his other senses at his
    • who looks out into
    • and outlook out of matter and want to go on doing so. But that is a
    • turns from the iron which is used for making engines and looks up
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    • us now look at this Earth of ours. It
    • part of the atmosphere all round the Earth. Let us look at this
    • effect is that if we were to look at the
    • wants to be. Hence, when we look up into the cosmos, we are really
    • looking at the sulphur-process. When we consider the tendency of
    • looking at the mercurial process. And if we turn our gaze to the
    • see as growing, sprouting life, we are looking at the salt-process.
    • role which is usually overlooked. For in the course of seed-formation
    • the whole nature of the Earth signifies when we look at it not from
    • let us turn from the Earth's surface and look at the air-formation
    • child is of the Sun. So it is possible now to look on the woman who
    • ordained to receive the Christ into himself. Let us look closely at
    • this. If we look at the figure of Mary, we are bound to see that her
    • through a kind of rainbow colouring. For if we were to look from the
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    • these lectures, by considering the purely material side. We will look
    • limestone appear only when we look further out into the cosmos, as it
    • we look more closely at the Ahrimanic
    • bodily form into one that looked quite different — a sclerotic
    • illusions, of the Luciferic beings. Anyone who looks out as a seer
    • clouds, as in Shakespeare's play, a shape which looks first like a
    • look back in time, we come to something accomplished by the
    • Luciferic beings and bequeathed to us. If we look forward
    • conqueror of Ahriman, appears with a countenance, a look and a
    • about this. Every look, every trait in the countenance, every flowing
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    • look with Imaginative perception into the depths of the Earth at St.
    • So we can say: On looking downwards, we have an impression of
    • it is when one looks down into the depths
    • of the Earth. And if one looks up to the heights, how is it then? The
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • to look with spiritual eyes still more deeply into the blue,
    • impulses. For whereas we habitually look at the realms of Nature and
    • is impossible to look towards the
    • looking up to the heights we would be looking at the weaving gold of
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    • for his gravely judging gaze, as he looks down and compares human
    • Look
    • Christmas Archangel. He is then the cosmic Spirit; we have to look up
    • up above, the grave countenance of Uriel, with his judicial look, his
    • look of Michael. For if we see it in the right light,
    • look into itself, but to look outwards into the world.
    • loving look and his gesture of benediction, weaving his garment of
    • us look at Gabriel, who draws nutritive
    • or some remedial plant-substance, he can look at it and say:
    • Uriel, Gabriel, Michael. In that realm, one is looking at
    • above as the cosmic Angel, with his mild, loving look and gesture of
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    • aside from this and look at the development of the spiritual
    • aside and look only at the single figure of Aristotle who lived
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    • look back into the past it presents itself as a kind of
    • they could look into every heart, could read the deepest,
    • when we look into the innermost soul of one of these Apostles,
    • Golgotha, as we, looking backwards with clairvoyant
    • looks quite different during the time of an eclipse. I shall
    • and now, as they looked back, the vision lit up of the mighty
    • As they looked backwards, the whole period — day by
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    • who will be a Messiah! Therefore they looked around for souls
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    • looking for contradictory passages in the other four
    • now — look through whole libraries, look through the
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    • looking down upon that to which their love is directed. In the period
    • nature around us is a world upon which we look back, we can look back
    • course of the years, leaving the physical plane. I would like to look
    • who look down upon it as something of which they know that it informs
    • For him who can look into the spiritual world all those who have gone
    • skull which looks like a tree. When we have become wise, when we have
    • because we are looking at something much more eternal when we
    • life. We have to come more and more to the real knowledge, looking
    • passed through the gate of death. If we look across to the other bank
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    • great. It means that we must look upon thinking as something
    • to look at human nature more deeply and without prejudice
    • whilst maintaining a truly scientific outlook on life, to
    • look for a moment at the particular way in which
    • Nowadays, when we look out at the world, we attach the greatest
    • materialistic, or rather mechanistic, outlook on life has
    • through our ordinary senses we look into and listen to the
    • us call this way of looking “modern exact
    • into the organic world. We need a way of looking as exact as
    • clairvoyance is, in reality, to the mathematical outlook.
    • can look with our external senses at the physical form of
    • perceive merely externals, unless we look through all this to
    • spirit, we look with science only at the external physiognomy
    • the external man. But just as we look through the external man
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    • unconscious as if extinguished. Now, when he looks at
    • looking from within, we ourselves, by means of ordinary
    • the one hand, psychology looks at the mind and asks: What is
    • corporeal? In looking at the physical, on the other hand, and
    • of the body. Anyone who looks at the psychic
    • will as of thinking and feeling) — anyone who looks at
    • Anyone looking back, with intellectual modesty, on his
    • and sounds to the ear, a spiritual environment. We can look
    • spiritual world. It will now be able to look at the nature of
    • speculation and actually beheld. We learn to look at the purely
    • ourselves; by direct observation we cannot look directly into
    • either simply look — and we are complete men when we do
    • so look — or when we investigate scientifically the laws
    • if we could look into the structure of the human heart, its
    • organ (to speak exactly) of vision, so that we not only look at
    • words: If at an advanced age one looks back on the course of
    • Looking at the child's soul life and the interplay of sympathy
    • of life. When we look at life in this way, however, we see it
    • are really to look at life as it develops from the innermost
    • spiritual realm, will have a different way of looking at our
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    • way of looking at human history as cause and effect does indeed
    • Looking at these ancient Oriental attitudes, as they were
    • possession. If man as he is today wishes to look at the
    • can look at early periods in the spiritual life of humanity and
    • outlook, and nothing that claims to be the object of religious
    • When we look at the purely chemical compounds in the
    • outlook, yet one as exact as ever mathematics or mechanics can
    • outlook, whilst maintaining the whole spirit of science. In so
    • detail. But if you will look at Greek sculpture with sound
    • results. Looking back at the period when some influence of
    • us now look across at the Orient! The further back we go, the
    • by a new spiritual science we rise to an outlook that can again
    • before us. If you look, you will see that just where the East
    • has a quite special effect on us. When we look at the
    • if we look at the culture and civilization around us today, we
    • Europeans, with which they look at the world. They are able to
    • to it; but we cannot help also looking inward and
    • when we look at Goethe.
    • his scientific outlook. One could say: in Goethe, the
    • looking at the works of art he found in the South, he wrote to
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    • looking at much that I have already outlined than to give a
    • Looking at the East, Western man — the man of recent
    • Against it, we may set the particular outlook that has
    • direct observation! Look how we regard the light flooding
    • gaze upon us or looks at us confidingly. Equally, we
    • when it looks at the human shape, tracing its planes with an
    • When he looks out at the reflection of this existence, he knows
    • days, we ourselves take a look at this Oriental mode of
    • we can look once more into a spiritual world; and find this
    • our memories. We can look back on our experiences through
    • things from the depths of his soul. If he looked more closely
    • experiences within the external sensuous world. When we look at
    • paradoxical as the outlook of today may find it, for the
    • countless discoveries. We look at the human brain and the
    • general materialistic outlook. Nowadays, this is taken to be
    • outlook diametrically opposed to that which long ruled the
    • us look once more at what modern spiritual science can tell us.
    • stage of development at which, looking at only one side of the
    • West looks at eternal actuality and derives spiritual life from
    • it, and the Central European looks at what inhabits the realm
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    • forward from the premises of Kantian philosophy, and look at
    • certainly cannot be the right way. Mysticism seeks, by looking
    • once again, human knowledge is limited when it comes to looking
    • within man. Assuming that man were capable of looking into
    • we have absorbed from outside. Here again, we must look
    • few days, we can look at man as a creature capable of love and
    • self-knowledge: look out at the world, travel further and
    • us look at this other aspect of experience, which is
    • would say: in attaining the capacity to look out, through the
    • memory and really looks into himself, will see there the
    • he is looking at it only physiologically or anatomically, from
    • we discover: when we look into our spiritual self and go back
    • of cosmic memories. We look into ourselves, not now with
    • lungs, our heart, the whole of the rest of our organism, looked
    • revealed to us the cosmos, just as when we look at memories the
    • necessary to look at the nature of man in a way that is
    • exchange of heat. When we look at man in this way, we gradually
    • by looking at what physiology and anatomy tell us about man.
    • That is above all what we bring before us when we look at
    • we can look at what is spiritually active in the material
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    • The only thing is that, given the particular way men look at
    • look at a photograph of a tree, taken from the right, and say:
    • There is much talk nowadays of social needs. Looking back over
    • Looking back over man's development, we see that, in the course
    • ordinarily formulated, can only express a superficial outlook,
    • Again, when we look with an unprejudiced eye at the way in
    • an outlook on things in accord with spirit, finds himself
    • to me thirty years ago, when I was trying to look at the
    • People need only look, for example, at what capital meant in
    • be effected by raising capital in other ways. If we look at the
    • life, of looking for Utopias (which are also dogmatic). The
    • outlook such as I have been developing, we find that, like the
    • he or she offers him. Anyone who can look at life impartially
    • throughout life if, at this age, he was able to look up to this
    • — will regain the ability to look fully into the child's
    • the old instinctive power of looking at social forms, we can
    • theory to think that we look at someone, see that he has an ear
    • advanced technologically. You need only look at a
    • to it, and look for wider horizons only when some relief has
    • among a wide circle of the working class. Anyone who looks
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    • initiative. But when we look across at Central Europe — I
    • to look further East, we should have to say, following the same
    • look at economic affairs. In the West, what a man wishes to
    • actual life, even economic affairs, may look to economic
    • practice first of all; but he is always looking over his
    • When we look across at the East — which, at some time in
    • primitive man. In the same way, it will arrive at the outlook
    • over, quite arbitrarily, the general view that looked to this
    • Today, it is clear, we can only look with horror at the social
    • if we look at the spirit of these two social structures, we
    • Looking at human history from this standpoint, we shall find
    • Utopia derives, after all, from the social outlook of his own
    • encounter this relationship in its purest form when we look
    • there is for us. We look within and apprehend the mind in a
    • longed to achieve their outlook in his own experience. The
    • we look with a sensitive eye at the felt relationship between
    • way they vote, the way they look at things and discuss them, is
    • We must look at the spiritual side of social structures,
    • initially the only effective one; must look at their legal
    • must look at their economic side, for which a spiritual aspect
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    • look-out for anything that can lead to revival, to
    • necessary for us to look more deeply into the causes of the
    • look to the spiritual life of modern civilization for the
    • West, looked at historically, there stands a figure who still
    • look once more at Oriental civilization. And when we do so, we
    • When we look at Asia, we find that there the idea of
    • we look at the theories current in the East with regard to
    • looking at Wilamowitz. What we find is that, in Oriental
    • really means that, in looking at tragedy, man enters a world of
    • we can look beyond the mere utility that typifies our time, we
    • vis-à-vis society, and from this perspective look
    • certainly has an organic connection. Looking back once more at
    • from what it had in civilized Asia. Only by looking back at the
    • observer cannot help looking at, say, ancient Egypt or Ancient
    • outlook, however, was the quite definite assumption that
    • looks at life with unclouded vision cannot escape the
    • this were the case. For when we look at our social system, with
    • speak, and giving it its value. Those who look more closely,
    • next two days we shall be looking at capital — is capable
    • formerly we looked at the product, we shall now look at the man
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    • confidence, you will have to look in hidden places. Social distresses
    • base on this experience an approach to society, we must look
    • When, as we have often done during the last few days, we look
    • outlook on life of the masses in many ways. It has
    • social humanity, so to speak, at the present time; to look at
    • world of modern times; to look into his heart and his quality
    • were prophetically, looking into the future — regard as a
    • look down upon the lungs, heart, etc., as something whose
    • as human beings. Man can come to know man only when, looking
    • outlook. In speaking of our human make-up as it really is, we
    • outlook, a philosophy of life in the sense
    • social order. Even those of us whose outlook is not reactionary
    • can look inside man physically; but what is really
    • human nature, and look down with contempt on anything that
    • world to look more closely at Central Europe, which has gone
    • philosophy of life, then the Oriental will no longer look down
    • look past the externals of society to its inner being. But then
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    • class or any other social grouping. And again, if you look for
    • are usually looked for.
    • invention or discovery come about? then you have to look into
    • looking at this democratic trend, we are particularly struck,
    • need only look at Rotteck's work to see how the idea of natural
    • studied historically. You must look, they said, at man's
    • looking solely at what has exercised mankind historically, we
    • look at the law that appears among men, and record it. In
    • When we look at spiritual life from this standpoint, we can
    • especially that we must look for what I have been calling
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    • within a relatively short time. We have but to look at an hotel menu-card
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    • connection within a relatively short time. We have but to look at a
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    • outlook, and on the other to a fatalistic philosophy, although
    • him, and his outlook! and we can then consider other
    • he looks at the world and sees everything Ideal, beautiful and
    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • standpoint, one must sharply look to this. — that he
    • see how from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • Saint Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to Metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
    • abstract, but to look at it quite unprejudiced, and then such
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    • ever. One who looks around just a little in the surrounding
    • why. In theory things look different from practice; even the
    • power of practical thinking without Theosophy. Look at the
    • [free] market. If you set about looking into things with
    • themselves, for instance, at congresses. One just has to look
    • judge who merely looks at things, for nothing is done by that
    • only learned how it looks; but how things should be done, that
    • and powers working in the world. To look at the matter rightly,
    • life today has come to be. One who looks more closely at life
    • Look at statistics. They speak a distinct language. But what
    • been produced for a starvation wage, then we are looking deep
    • Look back to the time of the French Revolution. At that time
    • who is able to look into the soul is one who, in the great
    • world. Theosophy looks for the laws that are to be cognized by
    • times. Let us look back into Egyptian times. A large number of
    • then the human being would have overlooked the kingdom of
    • Whoever looks at it that way will observe, in the
    • the beyond. Toward the beyond we looked up, from the
    • here-and-now we looked out. Today, due to this impulse,
    • because we are looking into the workings of the soul.
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    • outlook on life; it corresponds to the answer the Greek found
    • have to support should look as a secret. We see human saints
    • of a new world- outlook. Whoever wishes to understand rightly
    • Thus, to-day, when we wished to look back to some extent on the
    • hearts are full of yearning. We can look from this simple
    • backward-looking vision. The thick night of modern
    • Wherever we look — the two examples I have taken, that of
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    • unifying element. The younger man looked at it and said:
    • Now whoever is able to look into Goethe's whole spiritual
    • Let us look now at another philosopher, at
    • look up to Goethe in the same way. He thus provides something which
    • delle Grazie cloister at Milan and in spite of recent restoration looks
    • Prior and of Christ looked across at each other like two opposite
    • we look up to him whenever the current attitude to deeper spiritual
    • which we must go if we want to look into his deepest secrets of
    • points, if we are to look more deeply into Goethe's philosophy. We
    • ‘If it had been no worse than that — but just look at
    • become black and smaller. ‘Now it only looks like it,’
    • side, and as when they have risen something that looks like
    • Consider a man looking at a work of art. He sees something
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    • applications are looked for in the figures of the work.’
    • view that human knowledge is not to be looked upon as something
    • and look only at people as they are around us; and then turn our eyes
    • looks because of the earth's power of crystallization, one King was
    • creative fantasy, and if we look upon them as representing
    • we look upon them like this, if we are as sensitive to these figures
    • completely to take Goethe's way of looking at things; so that it
    • minds look down with a certain amount of scorn on people who take
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    • what he had experienced in his soul, in 1824 he looked back
    • Looking back to the first part we can see how
    • more than that. If the crowd of onlookers takes pleasure in its
    • is within and to look behind the curtain where the deepest secrets
    • outer science looked at life. Certainly he had troubled himself
    • to look into the deeper secrets of life through natural science;
    • could he find what he had already looked for as a boy, when at the
    • so wonderfully and forebodingly on him. They looked at him
    • generally found sleeping in men, had looked deeply into the hidden
    • other. Man may shrug his shoulders and look down on the minds of
    • what we should now look upon as swindling and
    • desire for knowledge which remained unsatisfied. And when we look
    • that exist are only known to one who can look back to a time twenty
    • soul so long before. From this point of view we cannot look too
    • awakened, so as to make it possible for him to look into the
    •  But didst permit me to look into her profound bosom
    • before Faust, when Goethe looks back to those ‘fluctuating
    • poem, even if only looked at in such an external manner as we have
    • Now let us look at the second part of ‘Faust.’
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    • spirit and the human soul. He looked up to the spiritual sun and
    • sun-aura.’ We are reminded of Zarathustra, who, looking thus
    • morning-red, in order to prepare himself to look straight at the
    • already experienced something which can be looked upon as the first
    • why this is if we look at what are sometimes called the
    • knows already where to look for it, whence it comes, when it
    • ideas’ — of whom, however, he who can look into it
    • In that man who is far enough to look selflessly into the
    • and burial. He looks down from the spiritual world upon the
    • Look round in the physical world: we really see everything
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    • scientific sense in modern times; but if we look away from the
    • looking principally to the external phenomena, by investigating
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    • East, and we saw that we have to look back to the time when the
    • ancient Oriental went about with these dreams. He looked on the
    • very well what a flash of lightning looks like to a man of
    • means look on the knowledge thus attained with the indifference
    • into subjection. However far back we look into Asia, everywhere
    • could not adapt themselves to it. They look across to Asia.
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    • able to say: In me live the Gods. And he looked upon his Ego,
    • looking into the spiritual world, or at least of receiving
    • of the Goddess Artemis. When we look to-day at pictures of the
    • the following effect. The pupil no longer merely looked out
    • conditions had been. To-day we look upon the Earth as a great
  • 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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    • the times when all these things were taking place, we must look
    • how his “word” looks in the element of air; and
    • a wonderful impression when we look at the picture Lamprecht
    • looking from Macedonia, towards Siberia — men had the
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • When we look back into the older Mysteries of the East, we have
    • Macrocosm. The human being to-day can look upon his
    • is now outside him. But just as we are able to-day to look upon
    • olden times look upon the whole plant-world. Those who had been
    • say: I look back in the evolution of the world to an ancient
    • when they looked abroad upon the meadows and beheld all the
    • overcome. You have had to leave it behind. You must look back
    • and moods can look back as far as ancient Rome. Thus far we can
    • look back with full understanding. But we cannot look back to
    • Greece, neither can we look back to the East. There we must
    • look in Imaginations. Spiritual vision is needed there. Yes, we
    • can look South, as we go back along the stream of evolution; we
    • can look South with the ordinary prosaic understanding, but not
    • East. When we look East, we have to look in Imaginations. We
    • Looking across to the East and letting our imagination be fired
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • us look at the figure of
    • want to look back beyond this period into the earlier evolution
    • passes between death and a new birth, and looking only at its
    • other concepts and other ideas to enable us to look
    • too, to look within himself, and see the union of man with the
    • What remained was a looking back. In the time, however, of
    • us look now at the line of development, that leads from Greece
    • rhetorician died out. The doctors and professors, who looked
    • until we look beyond it to something more. We behold again the
    • look upon the flames mounting up in terrible tongues of fire
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • In short, when we look around in the world, we find all about
    • What is it that really takes place? You must look carefully at
    • borne man down beneath its weight. Man has looked out upon
    • forces that stream in from all sides, the etheric forces. Look
    • ego-organisation has to look after this in a very thorough
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    • Look, my son, at your own being! You carry about with you a
    • look around you at your environment on Earth. Behold the
    • preserve this form by virtue of the Earthly forces. Look at the
    • look of peace developed gradually that mild and gentle gaze
    • Spirit in the astral light. And when we look back into the
    • you looked upon the forms of the columns and of the architrave,
    • looked upon this Goetheanum with feeling and understanding
    • hearts: When we look upon the flames that rose from Ephesus, we
    • In the time when man still looked up to the Gods in unfreedom,
    • Even so let us look back upon the terrible flames of fire that
  • Title: World History: Lecture IX: World History in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • When we look at the world to-day — and it has been the
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    • entirely different the experience is when looking outward
    • and receiving sense-impressions, from that of looking inward
    • in the world of spirit. As we look in recollection at
    • now one looks upon what he was before he came down to the
    • But now, when he looks into the pre-earthly existence, being
    • notice also, when we look at what comes from the former
    • certain perceptive faculty, with which one can look up into the
    • note-books, but I never look at them again. They exist, but
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    • are now contacting is not possible unless one looks more
    • just as the Sun when low on the horizon looks bigger
    • cannot look into the Cosmos both by day and by night, where the
    • any more than when I look into a mirror which reflects me, I am
    • of old could look to his nationality, because he saw it determined
    • concrete impulses working in the world. We must look certain facts
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    • When we look at conscious life we look at destruction; and we
    • not possible to look into the way in which consciousness
    • should simply experience summer in man when we look at him
    • asleep, and winter when we look at him awake. If we wish to
    • clairvoyant consciousness looks at the body out of which the
    • his soul hovering above and that the soul looks back on the
    • look first at summer time, outside us we see in this summer
    • growth. Clairvoyance has to look upon these continuous
    • are here looking at strictly destructive processes, and it is
    • disinclination to look at the whole of nature, the tendency
    • vastly important truth — that the modern world-outlook,
    • confusion without thinking at all, a fifth looks through two
    • science should not be looked upon as something adding to the
    • this has ceased. Wherever we look in our environment there is
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    • outlook of spiritual science. I should like to start from
    • which have a personal content, we look away from what is
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    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • right view of Anthroposophy when we look upon it as the
    • If we look
    • Egyptians in regard to wisdom. We look back to what was a
    • altered to some extent, so what was looked upon as virtue in
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture I
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    • Strassburg who sought to look into the deeper and more intimate
    • looked deeply into what can be cognized and what can be willed
    • estimating such things, we must not overlook the fact that
    • Raphael's Saint Cecilia in Bologna, how, as he looked at
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    • much further. When we look at Goethe, it does not, perhaps,
    • we look at Schiller, at Herder and Lessing, we shall say that
    • virtually looked death in the face. This illness is, to be sure,
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    • just look at the many ruinous effects that are taking place
    • thought it really looked like Shakespeare and one would not
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    • we look back, for example, to the Egypto-Chaldean culture or to
    • easily be recognized when we take a common sense look out into
    • sort of outlook is opened to us by this fact? Fundamentally, it
    • before. But when you look back at earlier cultural periods, if
    • who has finished elementary and high school, and then looked
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    • point of view of scientific psychology looks upon a human life
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    • let us look at the matter in the right light. Friedrich Theodor
    • he sits in the train, but he has overlooked something in
    • really an excellent plan of reform that looked to liberalizing
    • that is, as if demonic — and especially the look in his eyes
    • but rather look around ourselves. Let me express figuratively
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    • directed, when he looks below, primarily upon what is connected
    • Naturally, we are here looking out over wide perspectives, but
    • looked upon by many as actually the one who renewed logic and
    • science because people today, as they say, must look at reality
    • that even the ancient Pythagoreans looked upon numbers as
    • short-sightedly nowadays, look upon the outbreak of the present
    • possesses the will really to look in the right way at what is
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    • our feelings and sentiments that may enable us to look upon
    • look at his father. The father of this man who was born in the
    • really inherited, we simply have to look at the facts of
    • the day of my arrival I took a look at the streets. It was
    • while looking into the face of the one under whose nose he held
    • can anyone look at such pictures?” asked Arthur.
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    • that they look up directly from their own souls to God are
    • really looking only to an angel. If you examine all the
    • when he denies that he looks up to his angel while
    • declaring that he looks up to the one and only god. He
    • a human being really looks up to his angel but does not admit
    • this, believing on the contrary that he is looking up to God,
    • while really not looking up even to an archangel, he deadens
    • unconscious desire to overlook the cooperation among the
    • look up to anything above the angel sees nothing of this
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    • were no longer able to look up to the spiritual world as they
    • that we may call ancestral cults. Such cults in which men look
    • this looking up to an ancestor in ancient times? In those most
    • ancient times to which history can still look back, in that
    • imagined they had to look up to a certain ancestor, but the
    • earlier stages of human evolution, a person who looked up to an
    • these individuals looked up to him, he was on the way between
    • death and a new birth. As these human beings looked up to him,
    • look upon as the hoary antiquity of history, we find that human
    • manifestations. In the most ancient times people looked up to
    • the time spirits; later, they looked up to those spirits who
    • look back again to the ancient mysteries, we find that in them
    • must now look back once more to the evolution before the
    • Let us look at ourselves and see how things have changed.
    • when we look upon every human being who enters the world
    • achieve the same end when we not only look upon educating and
    • look upon that as a “communion;” when we can realize true
    • Christ, and that to look upon reality after the manner of
    • I previously described to you. But now let me ask you to look
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    • soul to look into the secrets of the cosmic, spiritual world.
    • men did not look up to the starry heavens in the way they do
    • today. We know how men now look at the stars and say: other
    • you can look upon with your senses, what surrounds you in the
    • that you can see. Look at everything, look at the whole of
    • the kingdoms of mineral, plant, animal and man; look at all
    • happens in air and water; look wherever you like, include
    • looking for the seeds of the real future of the world where
    • have we to seek? We must seek them in man. We cannot look for
    • look out into the wide Cosmos; they saw stars upon stars,
    • and such a thing: This facile looking around for support in
    • some measure look back to the threefold Sun-Mystery of olden
    • days, to look back, however, in the new way suitable for
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    • old principles are always to be looked upon according to the
    • the matter stands when considered cosmically. To look
    • humanly — it is rather different. There we must look upon
    • feeling, or to put it differently, when man learns to look at
    • what is going on in his thorax, as otherwise he can only look
    • Everything you look at there presents itself to you from
    • look out thus you see the permanent as the limit of your
    • the other side see your sense impressions. You could look out
    • see this but, could you thus look at it, it would be the
    • would have to look from the other side at your whole
    • look within on all your memories you are actually looking at
    • if you could get underneath and see below your memories, look
    • being with a soul-spiritual aura just as ordinarily you look at
    • questions of world outlook. These great questions are indeed
    • sphere of socialism. (I don't look on this as an ideal in a
    • this head-breaking but have left those alone who have looked
    • what kind of world outlook has been produced out of the point
    • Socialism is a world-outlook founded on the perception of a
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    • that our outlook on life is actually permeated by it, that in
    • exhausted space. And if indeed you were to look right through
    • of the modern world outlook that it does not know this
    • knowledge today, the world outlook today is ignorant of what
    • is less than emptiness, this world outlook is more or less
    • brain and imagine we are looking at the soul-life of an
    • the corporeal. And when we look at the brain the soul-life
    • is the reality — when man is looked at spiritually from
    • this should look rather different from what a short time ago
    • that for super-sensible consciousness things look very
    • man is in the physical body — then look at this aura.
    • the most simple. He said: when we look at a plant we have its
    • like it, was always made and it was said: look at your body,
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    • anything of this kind; for people look upon natural science
    • and they look upon it as a great achievement, that this
    • educates in a man something which leads him to look plainly
    • facts, such as these, one must look, that is, to
    • also, which, looked at in one way, really seem intended to
    • should happen, that at 50 years old you came to look round
    • does this prove? — Well, here one need only look at a
    • whatever one may get as returns from anything. What one looks at,
    • directly one looks at the conditions of
    • Spiritual Science never looks to the one side only, but to
    • themselves to look at the realities of life. To look at
    • people have been used to look upon as ‘the right
    • point is, not to look at what is taking place at one
    • particular spot in life, but to look at what the results are
    • look at those points which are necessary and of importance;
    • the cart before the horse as it were. It is a case of looking
    • abstraction: Look and see, how many paper-notes the
    • atmosphere was created,” one must look exactly at what this
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    • nothing more unsound that to look upon prices as something
    • time being flung away. Doesn't it look as though we should be
    • sees, what the social question really is, if one looks about
    • that to me, I look upon it as my duty to tell him, with all
    • of the Word! Look over the whole civilised world today,
    • are the abstractionists! What is wanted in reality, is to look
    • not look askance at the road-sweeper, nor the road-sweeper at
    • simply by not looking askance at each other! The point of the
    • road-sweeper, and so forth, — but, if he merely doesn't look
    • to be placed to-day; only they should not look askance at
    • urgent matter is not, to-day, that we should merely not look
    • innermost depths, can we ever look to reach a better state of
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    • in front of a window of a bookshop and look into it. My eye
    • looking at the title of a book about mollusks? I close my eyes
    • quietly. Had I not closed my eyes — for when I looked at
    • not know. Science quite rightly looks for causes of what plays
    • future we look forward to, and in concentrating in our souls
    • somewhere in the air, it falls down. If in looking at the outer
    • look at it as something coming to us as a reality from
    • means a great deal to those who look at life in a one-sided
    • point to the same fact. Looking at the human being as a head
    • possibility of looking at our life here in conjunction with the
    • us look at the organism belonging to our extremities,
    • that on the other we look into the spiritual world and
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    • This makes it imperative to take a closer look at what we
    • to study the particular way in which these two looked at
    • connected with the German way of looking at things. We can see
    • look at the American people in the right way. And he also
    • looked toward the west and began to colonize it. Dutch, German,
    • about how history should be studied and how he looked at the
    • difference between these two people and the way they look at
    • What does he find? He looks for it in the so called
    • way of looking at history that can offer any convincing
    • method of looking at history what had led to sure results in
    • Looked at superficially, this human soul life, in fact human
    • Having learned to look at the human being in this way, if we
    • is what looks into the spiritual world, and what can look below
    • we look with the eye of the seer — if we look with our
    • we look at a human being and observe how he evolves, we see
    • childhood up to puberty. And if we look still further we note
    • had something which enabled a person to look directly into the
    • have to learn to look into a sphere that cannot be perceived
    • mentioned previously how in looking at thinking on the one hand
    • look at individual human life as it proceeds through repeated
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    • to be changed, just as the way we look at nature has changed
    • look at the latter as we would look at a table or any other
    • world. This particular way of looking at the spiritual world,
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    • more far-reaching minds look elsewhere for the help in
    • of the senses. Anthroposophy has to see how mystics, who look
    • in a sense we look back on our own physical organism and regard
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    • the modern scientific outlook, out of a scientific approach to
    • outlook can penetrate the mysteries of the world as is done in
    • outlook which results from it, to arrive at a view of the
    • take one aspect of this, let us look at the rise of the
    • the scientific outlook began to believe (around the middle of
    • discovered by our normal perception in looking at the ordinary
    • briefly — instead of looking at the very small, we look
    • Wherever we look in the world, whether we discover one or the
    • here on the earth, so that when instead of looking into the
    • looking at the things that surround us, and at the events that
    • mind in the modern scientific outlook. For several hundred
    • outlook and attitude, will affect increasingly wider circles of
    • I look into myself, I find feelings, ideas, joy and sorrow, I
    • will have to become a basic conviction of a future outlook and
    • outlook upon nature and the world.
    • outlook upon nature and the world is due to the fact that my
    • aspects in his Theory of Color, which is still looked down upon
    • of his naturally sound outlook — a stage further. And it
    • can also be looked at from another viewpoint. Goethe never
    • perceived as long as one looks at them, but then they only
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    • But even externally, if you just look at what we call the
    • Look towards the West, the civilisation of which has
    • look at facts in their true light. To-day the tendency exists
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    • aspect. Indeed we must admit that both when we look down on
    • to the Earth as will as when we look up to the Cosmos, in so
    • looks up or down, I must therefore call it illusion; the
    • We look out
    • be striven for, so that one can look both to the right and
    • look up to that which unites him with his planet, and through
    • Earth. If I look up to the world of the Stars and form ideas
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    • it. And its living presence in the social world-outlook is
    • due solely to the social world-outlook being a true disciple
    • scientific outlook, and the methods of the religious faiths,
    • hierarchies looked upon it as their ideal to arrive at a
    • the predisposition to this tendency was looked for in the
    • you today, that we look up rightly to certain spirits above
    • always looking from things to words and from words to things.
    • truth that is often overlooked because words are left as just
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    • “old-maidish” outlook. I would, naturally, rather
    • preach the old creeds. Now of course we can look quite kindly
    • far away from looking at the relationship between facts and
    • often overlooked simply because people treat words as words
    • What does this mean — if we look at it
    • that when I look at the spiritual constitution of the
    • been discovered by humanity. Look deeply into these things,
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    • in that way,is given out. In that Look I gave as mush as is
    • who is travelling in a railway train. He looks out through
    • do not look upon mysticism in an external, abstract way, but
    • who look upon it as something concrete in inner experiences.
    • possible to look upon our relation to the surrounding world
    • unity. In sense perception we look at the world and it
    • continually comes forth again. If you look at a cloud, or
    • longer a unity such as we used to see when we look at nature.
    • indicate to you how things must be looked at with reference
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    • looks out into his environment, he sees nothing but the
    • material world. And as he looks into his own being he
    • altogether. Looking at clouds, mountains, rivers, at the
    • Past. When we look at Nature we are looking at
    • something which represents the spiritual Past, we are looking
    • into his inner being. I said that as we look into the
    • stages of evolution.) As we look into our inner being, we
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    • however; they do not look sufficiently deeply into the soul,
    • Thus the onlooker is obliged in his heart to bring about what
    • would have been looked upon as very primitive had the artist
    • look at plastic art we shall find that here both for plane
    • looking is, at the same time, always feeling. In ordinary
    • by looking at the other man, What is thus aroused by what we
    • away from her. Otherwise, we could look at the woman as she
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    • by Plato and Aristotle, was called wisdom. But people looked
    • right view of Anthroposophy when we look upon it as the
    • If we look
    • Egyptians in regard to wisdom. We look back to what was a
    • altered to some extent, so what was looked upon as virtue in
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    • they looked on death with tragic feelings. But what they had
    • differently human beings looked back upon the Mystery of
    • who were initiated into this Mystery looked back upon it in
    • these remnants enabled them to look back to the Mystery of
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    • Christian development. Anyone who can look more deeply into the
    • a look at the early teachers of Christianity to see how at that
    • abstractions, who look up passages in the books of the
    • get a perspective view of this; let us try to look at the world
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    • and if one looks at this properly it is already pointing
    • existence. Now he looks into the life that he went through with
    • of the time-body — if you look to existence as it was
    • before we descended to earth life, and look back to the previous
    • This also results in the outlook of
    • perceptions. As soon as we look within ourselves with ordinary
    • look into these worlds. — No, ladies and gentlemen, the
    • fully-written notebooks that I never again look at, which are
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • great philosophy or world outlook has arisen out of the
    • conflict between the world outlook of spiritual science and
    • world outlook based on spiritual insight.
    • outlook that to give bread without giving also spiritual
    • outlook must begin to pulsate like life-blood through our
    • Let us look at
    • man,” he said, “looks into his inner being, he
    • looking at things. The person must, as it were, say: Here is
    • nothing to contradict common sense, I shall attempt to look
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    • will be given at the close of this one. Today we shall look
    • spirit world behind it, just as when looking at a human face
    • hold sway behind blood, we must first take a brief look at
    • science, and are therefore unfamiliar with this outlook on
    • yet generally overlooked by psychologists. A subtle
    • which at present we can only look to as a far-distant ideal.
    • If we now look
    • and it is important to keep it in mind. Look for a moment at
    • the case of a crystal. A person who knows how to look at a
    • look at two phenomena. One is that of genealogy, that is, the
    • modern materialistic outlook, there was a time when human
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    • bleakest outlook caused by suffering, one filled with hope
    • and light. A closer look at the Old Testament makes it clear
    • sin. The modern materialistic outlook finds it difficult to
    • learned through spiritual research to look back into earlier
    • people would find it difficult to accept. But if you look
    • body. At this point the onlooker not only experiences
    • victory over death. From looking up to a universal suffering
    • If we look at
    • the significance of suffering. Let us look at one such
    • looks at the way spirit first appears in the natural world,
    • moment contains death, you need only look at life within the
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    • comprehension of evil. We must look at how human beings
    • look at the wisdom-filled bone structure, such as the upper
    • into the earth evolution. Earthly humanity looks up to the
    • will look up to the gods as bringers of love. On earth,
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • deal with this subject we must look once more at the nature
    • the name “astral” by those who were able to look
    • he is to be properly educated, can Look up to authority. The
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    • from whom the Old and New Testaments originated looked down
    • sentence will be acquainted with his pessimistic outlook:
    • illness we must look at the way human beings are related to
    • the surrounding world of nature. Let us look at what takes
    • relationship with nature. If you look at the matter more
    • looking at a plant: This plant is composed according to
    • poison. What is today looked upon as poison could have most
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • experiences: When in the dark he looked in a certain
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    • being, looking at the stars, will recognize the eternal laws
    • we recognize the look an a face, or the movement of a hand as
    • we look at the past we look at the same time up to the spirit
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • look at the way he evolves during his life between birth and
    • when it is essential that the evolving human being can look
    • able at this age to look up to someone with feelings of
    • to look up to those with authority and obtain from them the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • faculties enable a person to look into the spiritual world
    • which he looks into quite different worlds, he realizes the
    • overlooked, that is, the immense differences in human nature.
    • humanity's whole outlook. It will for long centuries to come
    • rules need not concern us at the moment. We want to look at
    • also what I am going to say, must be looked upon as
    • Let us look for
    • However, what I shall say does convey what is looked up to as
    • Look how the
    • Levi. This can provide an idea of what the signs look like,
    • breathing is indeed quite amazing, and we must look at it in
    • ago are today dug out of the earth as coal. Looking at this
    • nature. When we look at the world around us we can say: What
    • looking into his being and inwardly perceiving that the
    • various areas emit light and sound. The inward-looking soul
    • individual looks into the Akasha Chronicle and is able to
    • nowadays, that by looking into oneself the inner god will
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    • look at Richard Wagner's relation to art on the one hand and
    • civilizations, art and science formed a unity that was looked
    • soul, and, as it were, looks out through human eyes observing
    • the onlooker by this drama, which might be said to be
    • onlooker watched the gods descend into matter, to slumber in
    • awe, the onlooker experienced a mood described once by Goethe
    • looked back to a very old culture in ancient Greece that
    • became self-seeking, egoistical. Wagner looked back as it
    • Wagner looked
    • is meant by this, let us look at a significant legend from
    • ways no one has thought of before. He has looked back to
    • Let us now look
    • only had to look at his own inner being to recognize the
    • A clear look at
    • mankind's evolution. Looking back to ancient times, Wagner
    • female figure that is looked up to as the higher
    • the green hill.” Looking out over the fields watching
    • steeped in desires; on the other he looked towards a future
    • Looking towards
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    • Testament. Today we shall look at more positive aspects and,
    • stand up to close historical investigation. Looking at events
    • investigation does not bear this out. Looking back we come to
    • that says: I look up to a godlike ideal of man, the seed of
    • possess in the future. The initiate was looked up to in
    • themselves: The initiate's outlook, his understanding of the
    • would, is the outlook and understanding all human beings will
    • a great mystery. The people always looked up to their
    • initiation. When we look into the details, we recognize in
    • He is that to which striving mankind looks up as the greatest
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    • we look around in the world today we
    • overlooked bringing this difference to the world.
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    • cognition was once not directed toward Nature. He looked through Nature at
    • was given as Copernicus and Galileo arose for him. He had to look into his
    • spirit through his own inner nature, as the ancient man of the East looked
    • economic affairs, if he achieves this, the man of the East will look upon
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    • Nowadays we frequently look back into earlier epochs of human
    • and we look back without really thinking about it into
    • Even to-day, when we look across to the East and view the last
    • whenever he looks within his own being and beholds his
    • things and look like something which the eyes can see, so a
    • when he looks into himself; he only sees something spectral,
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    • they did not look like men of to-day; these high
    • of Christ upon the earth. We should therefore look upon Christ
    • we could look down upon the earth from a distant star, through
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    • through our senses. Let us now look upon the so-called lifeless
    • earth's mineral kingdom; let us look upon everything
    • spiritual science we must first look upon it as an independent
    • the earth. Even as our eyes look upon the trees and stones, so
    • the consciousness of the earth looks out into the heavenly
    • of the plants at New Year. Even as the plant looks out into
    • days ago), the gnostic wisdom which disappeared. We must look
    • this solemn hour, we thus look from the new year upon a small
    • mentality, but if we look upon the external physical world as a
    • to await it worthily, to look forward to that cosmic New Year's
    • our soul so that it can look into the new year conscious of the
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    • does it mean: man sees the surrounding world? If, for once, we look
    • it might look as if the effect on the physical organism is that which
    • first have to make it clear to yourself, while looking at this large
    • But, while looking at the large red surface, during this time, the red
    • to look at, where we are seeing, are processes in the ego and the astral
    • we have to look at the kidney system as the starting point of the watery,
    • and retains only the plastic formative forces. If we look at the child
    • If one looks at this matter, something extraordinarily interesting will
    • and subdues his brain consciously and then looks through that which
    • long enough. You can, if you look only out for that which the child
    • sense? nerve organism in the eye. Now look into the eye. There exists
    • only to look into the human organism if one can take into consideration
    • say if you might look once at the wooden carved group; here everything
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    • Let us look at man simply,
    • exists in our environment. Let us look at first other things, which
    • You see how one can look
    • find that everywhere, if you look it up. That is not very surprising.
    • ourselves to looking at a God who is separate, but instead follow God
    • One must not only look at
    • this in an abstract manner, but one must also look at it with feeling
    • not look at the same time at something so low as the physiological activity
    • regard as being so low, that they don't want to look at it. Present-day
    • anatomy, just places people on the dissecting table and looks but at
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    • and Light Ages, looked at this dark age as at the continuation of an
    • be instructive to look back and see how — mainly in human affairs
    • we did not look to the physical human body. One did not think of that
    • If you look at man from
    • for processes of healing, received a physical character. One looked
    • how it expresses itself in the temperaments; that one began to look
    • illness, where one looked at digestion in a way that.was not really
    • simply become dark. In earlier times one looked at the light ether-body,
    • say, if he gives me a match, that he gives me fire, it does not look
    • does not look like clairvoyance;
    • that is like saying the match does not look like fire. Yet it will look
    • one is striving for, namely clairvoyance, he will only look at the match
    • transition from a mere looking at the darkness in substances —
    • in the way that one somehow looks at a plant blossom, as it is done
    • today — to an imaginative way of looking, by “striking the
    • anything comprehensive because one does not look through the whole matter.
    • at least to expand itself. That is how one must learn to look at things;
    • question of looking at what the finished organ is, since it simply is
    • philistines than the old ones have been. Even this side must be looked
    • only if we learn to try to look at all things in the way I have tried
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    • souls. If we look at world events and our own actions, feeling,
    • divine guidance is at work everywhere. And if we look at
    • differently in it?” Or, looking more toward the future,
    • we look back on the past, we tend to have the impression that
    • differently. If we look more toward the future, we have the
    • look outside of what we call spiritual science. Only the
    • and so on. Look at the left column for a moment; an
    • you look at the figures that are underlined, you will see that
    • if you look at them from a distance. Therefore you can say that
    • “By chance,” as people say, a friend of ours looked
    • aware of if only they looked at them at the right moment. Thus
    • pastor — at times makes us aware that wherever we look we
    • should also look in the opposite direction and adjust our first
    • thinking gets so confused?” And we will now look at the
    • marvel. At first sight it looks like a sort of sundial, but it
    • knew how to look after it. The legend attaches great
    • shall now look at how Ahriman and Lucifer intervene in
    • happened differently?” we are only looking at the
    • external events. We are looking at the events as they happen on
    • outlook, to stop short at the physical body when contemplating
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    • perpetually to have his vanity aroused, the man looking at
    • duality. Look at nature. Mere nature always bears the
    • model for their world outlook. This has gradually led to
    • differently? Again, let us look at Goethe's meeting with Karl
    • man looking at his reflection, and Death. And how many people
    • invention. Some of the people who looked at the clock saw the
    • Let us look at it rationally for a moment. A person in a state
    • good. For a lot of people may have looked at this work of art
    • an outlook and say that there are people who trigger off a
    • happening in many cases. He has seen people looking at
    • practice” he said, looked for the first miser he could
    • needs to look at oneself a little to see that people have the
    • looks as though every event follows naturally from the
    • about an event needing to be looked at on its own merit.
    • look out upon nature. On the one hand, we see rigid necessity;
    • one thing arising from another. We look at our own deeds and
    • Lucifer and Ahriman. If we look at ourselves as human
    • look into our own souls and see only what is taking place in
    • in other incarnations. Looking only at what I am saying to you
    • Thus if we really look into ourselves, we will see that
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    • week.’ But that way you cannot look ahead at all! It is quite
    • “Yes, but look, I have actually asked my teachers about
    • their different ways of looking ahead. The first two
    • But you must be able to look ahead a little bit, if you want to
    • looked with complacent satisfaction at everything he had done
    • not look upon it egotistically as though they were
    • look at all the difficulties. For instance, we must
    • realize clearly that when we look back at events that have
    • happened and in which we have been involved, we look at them as
    • fact that we look upon what has happened as a necessity.
    • science has to look at what has just happened to see what will
    • between cause and effect if we were to look for it along the
    • behind it and a man sitting in it holding the reins. We look at
    • the basis of happenings on the physical plane. Let us look once
    • say the horse pulls the driver wherever it wants and overlook
    • following might happen. Seen externally it looks like this. Two
    • looking for the chain of causes before we come to the
    • observations to the physical plane, we will look into his
    • behavior prior to the action. If we go further, we will look
    • fashion of looking at his heredity, and so on. However, let us
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    • in one area must be looked at in an entirely different light,
    • are very much inclined to look hastily for the most obvious
    • Central Europe. And we can look for the consequences in
    • if we look at things this way we do not by any means exhaust
    • did if that encounter had not occurred? Here, we are looking at
    • face of it look very dissimilar to what takes place compressed
    • physical plane. We must be in no doubt that looking at human
    • relationship to our actions if we can look objectively at
    • our past achievements, looking at a successful or
    • with it when we simply look at all that has happened completely
    • difficulty. You know, the great Spinoza said that when we look
    • not turned out as we intended only if we can look at it
    • also be a bad deed, a morally bad deed. Let us look at morally
    • is like this: Let us look again at a figure such as Goethe, who
    • One can look at Goethe from a more developmental point of view,
    • or one can entirely leave him out and look in detail at how a
    • of evolution. One can look at how another line of development then
    • Goethe looked down from above and prepared in his inner
    • within him through looking down from the spiritual world. For
    • look at things this way, we can say “The moment we look
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    • us take another look at one of our basic truths of spiritual
    • he looks at himself. He does not call himself “I”
    • our body. This impact is just like looking into the mirror and
    • and this fact is usually overlooked. As for us, we have studied
    • with us. If we look back to the middle of medieval times, it is
    • though, people did not look into a person's eyes like we do
    • today when we simply see the physical eyes. When they looked at
    • the world. When the ancients looked at gold, what they
    • Nowadays when a person looks at nature, he believes it to be
    • to look at the position of present-day science, especially
    • their environment. When they look at outer, physical nature,
    • intoxication is to look at our inner impulses in total clarity.
    • compares the portrait with the person, they both look the
    • we look at his portrait thirty years later. Is it no longer
    • far so good. And when we look at a machine, the psychic process
    • book out and look at it again, which I did. I could of course
    • will, that is to say, what he says against it. So I look up
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    • methods—my dear friends, just look through the
    • Look at the course of human life: from birth to the
    • twenties you look at a man with his special characteristics,
    • If you look at a child with his characteristic of doing
    • body.” And if you look at an old man with his gray hair
    • concrete outlooks on life are concerned, in particular not
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    • circles are little prepared to look into the matter
    • before us. We must learn that what we customarily only looked
    • abstractions. Men nowadays do not look for this concrete
    • what man today holds to be most essential. For on looking
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • contemporaries in the direction where we have to look for the improvement
    • present and future. The writer has a certain world-outlook. He considers
    • of this article has a wider outlook than that of the village pump, he
    • less for the near future. For if you take any world outlook materialist
    • Now look — if today
    • into question, a quite definite outlook developed; and it may be said
    • that you find this outlook developed try the very best of these scholarly
    • allowed its adherents to recognise the Copernican world-outlook. But
    • But now let us look at the
    • often described. Let us look at very important characteristic in the
    • years! And just look at what comes to light through animals in the way
    • animals! Men foolishly call this instinct; but when you look into the
    • animals look out into the world — the timid, intimidated gaze? O, we
    • a timid outlook upon the world, is widespread among all the higher animals,
    • Thus people look for the
    • reason why certain animals are afraid. There is no need to look for
    • of nature, when its organisation is looked at in relation to the ordering
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    • are concerned, to look back on many things connected in former times
    • way, nature herself is to be looked upon as direct revelation of the
    • recognised creed. For once we will look at the kind of pronouncements
    • look only to the needs of their own soul and have no wish to extend
    • Let us be willing to look
    • outlook from this Catholic Faith and were preached to from the pulpits
    • outlook? Whether they admit it or not all men are that nowadays down
    • form of their thought. Anyone who looks at the world today in the way
    • it must be looked at in the sense of the modern world, if he has a living
    • then had. There are other contributing factors. whoever looks today
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    • side on what becomes so enigmatical if looked at from the points of
    • to look for a new relation to external nature since the old means to
    • today, according to the outlook of Spiritual Science, how man when he
    • side man can look upon the mineral kingdom and the plant kingdom; on
    • the other side he can look on the animal kingdom and the kingdom of
    • looking at the mineral and plant kingdoms with this transformed power
    • people just get frightened. When such knowledge is acquired, on looking
    • On the contrary, When with transformed cognition we look at the animal
    • reality, you see that when looking at, observing the outer world as
    • would actually constitute our world. Imagine the world looking as it
    • Now look! Were you able to fly—I don't mean with a machine but
    • makes man say (in the subconscious he does say it): Yes, the world looks
    • Thus he looks at the holes that, during sleep, are there in consciousness.
    • nature which can be put thoughts. Goethe never looked for laws of nature,
    • look at the external world to become conscious of himself. In the mineral
    • recognise if—please understand me, thoroughly he looks back to
    • is, look upon being born as an event in your life like—shall we
    • from the one you get on looking from the standpoint of life between
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    • far man can become ripe to look into the spiritual world himself is
    • of the spiritual world actually look like when this world is entered
    • this remains quite unnoticed. We can now look at this precise relation
    • overhead. Look at the stone the sunlight falls upon; you are able to
    • look at the stone, your eyes can bear the reflected, thrown back light.
    • look at the softened down light of the sun because direct sunlight blinds
    • has acquired a little real knowledge of the spiritual world looks back,
    • each other with immediate feeling and it is recognised: When I look
    • to overlook things for sheer love of one's fellows. If a verdict is
    • For let us not forget this—that thinkers looked upon as very enlightened
    • restraint by the State or any other kind, this outlook, from historic
  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • we will try to look at it in such a way that we shall be striving to
    • out to you something that, when looked at purely from the point of view
    • But next we have to look at the other side and say to ourselves: And
    • Looked at superficially,
    • by being so polarically opposed to the outlook on nature prominent in
    • existence. A believer in the Old Testament must look upon the Jahve-God
    • to their essential being in the world-outlook. And the whole process
    • to the abundant life acquired at this time in the world-outlooks of
    • world-outlooks all more or less based on atavistic clairvoyance, outlooks
    • ancient world-outlooks were finally aimed at discovering man here on
    • mankind's fate could look to the hill of Golgotha and see the external
    • then for earth to give mankind. In other words looking to Golgotha and
    • men had to aspire to something the world was not able to give. To look
    • And now let us look at the
    • from the pagan mysteries. You have only to look at the Catholic ritual
    • ideal man Christ-Jesus, And this was bound up with the outlook concerning
    • ideas spun by modern men Plato looked up. Plato's ideas are the very
    • expectation of a renewal of Christianity. Who could look inwardly upon
    • This outlook itself springs
    • theory he comes to his grandiose outlook on nature, an outlook that
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    • day she was deep in many great ideas about our world-outlook—those
    • it clear that, looked at from one side, the actual content, the deeper
    • when we look back into very ancient times on earth, times long before
    • clearly if we look at the nature of the old Mysteries. What purpose
    • the world will look in a quite different way from how it does today
    • and the various natures of those sections of the people looked upon
    • noticed today amid the confusion and turmoil of events. But let us look
    • us look there, not with political unreality, political delusion, political
    • hatred, let us look in conformity with the truth. It will then be discovered
    • those old outlooks for which the periphery of Europe is at present struggling,
    • for these old outlooks will be unable to be maintained even by the European
    • this name is immaterial. The essential thing is that Goethe's world-outlook
    • must touch us in the very depths of our soul. For, you see, we may look
    • human affection and width of outlook, but take it as giving a picture
    • And if we look away from all this well, not Goetheanism but Goethe-worship
    • than human, if we look back at Goethe himself, beneath much of what
    • if we look from the point of view of the greatness that would have lived
    • world-outlook is a world-outlook of expectancy, of awaiting the new
    • human as Shakespeare did to a certain degree. Look how Goethe took hold
    • looked upon as his.
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    • looks different from here.
    • looking snakelike protuberances, distinguishable in colouring
    • dragon. When the clairvoyant looks on the living form he sees
    • plant as there is within the animal. When the plant is looked
    • things, looks at objects, touches and tastes them. When the
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    • Goethean in “Faust”? When looking at Faust —
    • Look closely now within the depths of Goethe to understand why
    • one needs to look at the drama, at the artistic elements
    • looks at Goethe's method of nature observation, one discovers
    • is looked for. When really searching for insight, the second
    • looks bad when we only quote “Faust” in one or the
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    • (Ich-Träger). When we look at that which we basically call
    • easily believe that we need to look within and thus investigate
    • objective way. Looking into oneself is a danger. The causes why
    • particular. Should we have a very limited outlook and actually
    • moment we widen our outlook, the very moment we develop our
    • possible for us not to overlook what is karmically correct and
    • Higher Worlds look like, how it approaches behind the sense
    • as people looking at the world from the most diverse angles. On
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    • be traced back to what we may call the Old Testament outlook on the
    • development of the other. For instance, look at the motive here, above
    • by one who is able to look away from everything merely intellectual,
    • look at these three directions of space. But it will not suffice to
    • look at them, you must notice how they droop over and bulge out, how
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    • idea, You can be sure when you look at the next picture (1A) that it
    • we must look at the next picture (3) where the second pillar develops
    • the one out of the other. Look at them again - this pillar and the following
    • We will now look at the
    • it as though it stood by itself - you roust look at it as though it
    • to one thing. Just now when we have passed the middle point and we look
    • of nature. It is formed in a way which, as you will see if you look
    • only will one see the necessity of these projections. We shall not look
    • and how every detail is born out of the way in which we look at the
    • Look at the abuse which
    • It would be a sad thing if we were not able to look at these things
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    • colour; to look at red calls forth a feeling of being attacked, as if
    • we look out on, is born wholly out of the creative colour-world. As
    • - you will particularly feel this when you look at the colouring of
    • principles fully if you see them in connection. If you simply look at
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    • actually look back into the previous age, the age that came
    • of Faust, things looked completely different from how they
    • personality, who looks back in the right way on man's mood of
    • the same time he looks forward to the tasks of the present
    • at first Faust looks back to an era preceding his own, he can
    • that has come to an end. He can look back only on ruins. To
    • looking back to the ancient magic, to an older type of
    • was looked upon in centuries long past, was by no means so
    • On woods and fields I soon have looked my fill.
    • look at the external phenomena of the outside world, but to
    • Faust: “Look at him narrowly. What mak'st thou
    • truth. If we look closely at the feelings and emotions to
    • Look at many of the societies calling themselves occult, or
    • also knew that the earth should not be looked upon merely in
    • are still many who look upon the endeavors of Spiritual
    • Science as — well, almost as they might have looked
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    • strange-looking individual with a pale face moving towards
    • everything looks different; for in all probability any
    • ordinary onlooker would not see Mammon all aglow in the
    • like the ‘Proktophantasmist’. (You can look this
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    • taken his degree. It looks as if he were right outside the
    • pit-goers, looking there, as Goethe imagined it, for
    • to the maturing of unreal, shadowy concepts as world-outlook,
    • looks about him in the gloom and sees all that is there:
    • and astral body. Let us look at the animal. It is interesting
    • of the body are inwardly visible to her. The animal looks on
    • nap, he cannot as he dreams look on at his digestion, for he
    • Mephistopheles a little, so he said: Look here, my dear
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    • Helen; therefore he does not only have to look into the
    • the Greeks looked for in their three mothers, Rhea, Demeter
    • when we look from this Earth to Saturn, Sun and Moon, there
    • existence anywhere. The Greeks looked upon them as
    • actually is it when we look into the matter? Is it the water?
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    • Faust sees the picture in the magic looking-glass. Faust, as
    • Witches' Kitchen, in the magic looking-glass, Faust is to a
    • the magic look-glass. As I have often told you, our thoughts
    • magic looking-glass in the Witches' Kitchen. You can perceive
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    • get beyond it lightly. For it is truly so if we look up into
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    • look deeply into Goethe's soul, in that this scene — as
    • of these hierarchies; and were we to look deeply enough into
    • he is in the first. And if we look into Goethe's soul-life
    • Their ideas came nearer the old Mystery outlook, they still
    • the philistine outlook of the fifth post-Atlantean epoch that
    • specially clear in Anaxagoras. This is why Thales looks upon
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    • short-sighted outlook and is untrue. Knowledge of man does
    • not depend upon whether the scientific outlook accepted today
    • must not merely look at its single pictures, we must look at
    • who came nearer the older outlook, the outlook of the ancient
    • all this has proved useless to Homunculus, he looks upward to
    • man arises, into which, however, no one can look with his
    • supersensible world not from the outlook of Greek life, but
    • upon to look back on what is most universal, but utterly
    • looking back into the past. Wisdom and goodness were
    • of the ego. To look at an object a man must have more than
    • faculty, the forces, that are of importance. When we look at
    • satisfying world-outlook who is either an abstract idealist
    • in which he lives, and also look at material things in a
    • in abstract concepts, men seek a world-outlook inclining more
    • world-outlooks play into one another. Goethe seeks to
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    • a certain outlook suggestive of that of spiritual
    • sciencce — although this outlook may be but dimly
    • possible within the course of human development, when we look
    • individual way, in which Goethe looked upon nature. You know
    • incited him at least to look into what happens in the
    • glance through a prism, believing that if he looked through
    • his whole outlook on physics, that is to say, on inanimate,
    • natural phenomena. It was an outlook that rejected all
    • And he was looking for something of the same kind in the life
    • is simply transformed stem leaf. Again this is an outlook
    • organization was such that while looking into things thus his
    • is parted from his etheric body, he looks back upon it; and
    • used by him that in looking at it thus he is not deluded by a
    • we look at nature in its purely natural aspect, as did
    • theories the purity of its outlook on nature by influencing
    • outlook upon what is earthly.
    • by his outlook being directed so exclusively towards the
    • be asked why then is it that mankind's usual outlook today is
    • world outlook at all — how is this? This comes about
    • because man wishes today to found his world outlook in a
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    • the outlook of Homunculus is to become the outlook of Homo?
    • skin and look upon the human being as extending over the
    • the Kabiri. We must know how to look at him, if in any way we
    • look at man simply as a figure standing on the physical earth
    • whoever wishes to understand the sometimes grotesque looking
    • But anyone who looks into these matters may experience a
    • becoming stronger in you, look to the innermost and most
    • the microscope, can be looked upon macrocosmically all around
    • smallest object under the microscope, can be looked upon
    • world-outlook free of the body that, with his theory of
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    • with a scene through which we can look deep into Goethe's
    • it radiates; we see the clouds moving, look upon their
    • dream. Man today looks at the way moonlight is reflected on
    • her he is making one look back from the superphysical to the
    • Homunculus-Homo problem by looking across to the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • trivially-minded, average man looks upon what can be attained
    • intention themselves of making good. And then look at the
    • only by looking clear-sightedly into these relations can we
    • not see the possibilities of evolution in rhythm. To look
    • looking into ourselves, we hear with our external ears;
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    • When we look outside we soon notice that the natural scientists
    • concerns the immediate outer perception. So we must look
    • inside. But when we look inside and we remain within the
    • when instead of looking out into the world you look back into
    • when one merely looks into oneself and, as one often says,
    • ourselves, that looks like the picture of an outer object. We
    • when something organic is not in order, but one does not look
    • at it. When one looks at something in picture form one must be
    • looking self-observation, so one was also not satisfied with
    • Just as we can look into a spatial perspective and see objects
    • look from the present moment of our life into our own past. We
    • we now look into a time perspective.
    • When one looks back on one's life in the usual way, one
    • just through that personality. One really looks at oneself how
    • strength that as one looks back to where one now has the first
    • looks at one's own self, that one can love that which appears
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    • spiritual. This was not to be looked at as something
    • Mission, the proclamation of Moses to say: Look within
    • Ninth Commandment: Do not look grudgingly at what your fellow
    • visible. - When we however look back in world evolution, as we
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    • sensual world, outside, and our soul. On looking at our own
    • We learn however through knowing that when we look into the
    • undergoing pleasure. From various points of view it looks
    • plant, but so to speak looks at the plant growth over the
    • stand in a certain relationship to us. Let us look at our sun
    • reference to the spreading of Christianity? When one looks at
    • place. We look again deeply into the way in which the Initiates
    • the earthy beings. Now we may en-soul everything, by looking
    • Then we will learn to grasp that the world looks exactly as it
    • in previous embodiments in Atlantean bodies. If we look
    • see how the soul too has gradually changed its look. When we go
    • When we look back at that time when the human being was still
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    • you will look back among the writings of any well-known
    • believe ourselves enabled to look within at the development of
    • descriptive work, saying: “But, look here!
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    • way of thought and outlook of the present.
    • outlook, even of the people who lived in the above described
    • death the etheric body of man expands. Man looks back upon his
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    • terms of mathematics and mechanics. We look at the stars through
    • tendency to look back with a certain superciliousness to ‘primitive’
    • which is that the Ram is depicted with his head looking backwards.
    • not look forward, nor out into the wide world — he looks
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    • decline in humanity of the West, has taken shape, will look with the
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    • are in operation. Looking down to Middle Europe, to the South of
    • pieces. Those who were only onlookers must certainly have been
    • can truly be said that there, in the South, men looked back to a lofty
    • noticeable until we look towards the Eastern side of this Northern
    • as a whole, only if they look back with spiritual understanding to the
    • the Eastern parts of the Scandinavian peninsula, we must look back to
    • people who feel this bond and who look with love in their hearts
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    • lofty and valiant outlook, expressed in free and outspoken language.
    • aim to observe human beings, to look into the depth of their heart;
    • outlook to which he could only partially adapt himself. He
    • Zurich was no longer really tenable, and he needed to look further
    • himself from contact with the outlook of Kant. There must be, he
    • now from 1794 onwards were his pupils, the outlook on the world
    • looked so deeply into religion as during the composition of the last
    • presented his theory of knowledge, his outlook on the world.
    • — Fichte, the most forceful exponent of the German outlook with his
    • Fichte's and Goethe's philosophical outlook. And Fichte was profoundly
    • fresh outlook on the world, should inevitably hold out his hand to
    • philosophical outlook based on the force of pure reason alone.
    • philosophical outlook, has finely characterised this aspect of Fichte in
    • with the outlook on things and the world current in ordinary life
    • consider this Fichte externally, or whether we look with the inner eye
    • so directly towards us that as we look at him, he seems to stand
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    • It would be totally wrong if we would look with pessimism at the fact
    • feel much, much darkness around us, and we must often see, as we look
    • through these plays we can look back into earlier times, into the
    • not as impossible to look towards the spiritual worlds as it is today.
    • As many as make our star look so good.
    • soul”, we may then look forward to the Eastertide, the
    • “cribs”. We may then look upon these halls in a
    • similar way as the children and the grown-ups used to look on
    • still earlier times, in the church. They used to look at the little
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    • thousands of years. He was one who looked deeply into spiritual life
    • We look back some five
    • his thought and writing. We look back to Socrates. We look to him in
    • to look after the ordinary affairs of life, and his pupils do the
    • Socrates to lead the earthly souls until they gain an outlook into
    • look at what is written in the
    • men who looked back with perfect memory and a perfect spiritual
    • of people was rightly looked upon as something sacred in ancient
    • lives in men of the present time. Wherever we look in those ancient
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    • of St. Mark. I refer to the fact that on looking deeply into any such
    • anthroposophist in looking out over world and planetary destinies,
    • Arjuna as a word of exhortation for the battle? “Look there,”
    • super-sensible worlds; only then can we look at the matter rightly.
    • can learn to look at himself from outside. He becomes aware of being
    • able to look back at himself just as he ordinarily looks at things
    • I look back on all the transformations through which I have lived,
    • everyday life in any one age, up to the point from where we can look
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    • reason for looking into it will determine one's attitude to it. Thus,
    • can feel antipathy toward a blow of fate! When it looks out beyond
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    • So, we can look far
    • express his experience he would say, “When I look out into the
    • The philosopher replied, “Look at a fair or market; men come to
    • philosophers are not busy with such affairs, instead they look at
    • on-looker, so he cannot appeal now to the Greek philosopher. In those
    • outlook can imagine that good beings alone could bring about the
    • and get results in this realm we are really looking into a region of
    • the soul we have lived in before but did not look into with our
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    • vaguely and inaccurately, but if we look into them deeply enough we
    • taught mankind to look out into the infinite distances of cosmic
    • well understand why the anthroposophical outlook meets with so much
    • anthroposophical outlook. It forces its devotees to think in an
    • their next life. So too they looked up to their ancestors and saw in
    • constructive forces stood still in him, and he could look upward to
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    • suggested by looking to see if there is not a central point, a climax
    • therefore we might look for the climax in the ninth. In fact, in the
    • as the Fire of Sacrifice. I look upon Thee in Thy glowing Fire; Thy
    • If we look back to all
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    • as he is simply cannot know one part of his being. As he looks out
    • created to man being re-created. In so doing we have to look out into
    • can see clairvoyantly by looking back into the Akashic record, there
    • our anthroposophical outlook takes nothing away from the sublime
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    • intellectual basis. For one who could look keenly into what the
    • understand how the people of the East can look up to the old creative
    • meaning. We can understand how the Eastern man looks up with
    • to those Western people who in childlike unconsciousness look to the
    • philosophy looking up fervently to Fichte and other Western thinkers;
    • we look up into those times from which the spiritual substance of the
    • looking into such concepts must therefore adapt to much
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    • surface would represent a tamas impression. Where man looks out into
    • Rajas men look out on
    • stands before Arjuna and teaches him to “Look upon all the
    • and Christian faiths in this abstract way, saying, “Look,
    • really are. To the way of looking at things that goes so far in
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    • them a means to higher ends. In ordinary life a man looks out on a
    • looks through the blue sky, when he looks through the red of the rose,
    • and again when he looks through the rosy dawn, and so on. The colour
    • all the principles that should be observed in looking after it. Well,
    • and looks at it. It is always there, even when one is not aware of it.
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    • know that we are looking only for natural laws and that moral
    • To take another example, we can look at what the seer learns when he
    • sense, and a readiness to recognise facts that cannot be overlooked,
    • carpet over the Earth. Formerly he looked at the plants and was
    • Earth. Something else, however, arises within him. When he looks at
    • people who wanted to prove their scientific outlook by laughing at
    • physical world from the spiritual world and looks for instance, at a
    • if the Sun were speaking, as if it were looking down on the plants and
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    • pictures, looks at experiences of his own, gone through in times long
    • existence. He looks down and sees how forces are sent out of the
    • worlds he is outside his physical and etheric bodies, he looks down
    • “See the Sun at Midnight”; that is, they were not looking
    • Thus did the aspirant look into the world of the Harmony of the
    • Spheres, the world of the Cosmic Word; thus did he look into the world
    • looks back into ancient times — between the experiences of the
    • the following; “Thus, 0 Goddess, do I look up in grief to thee,
    • world had a serious but resigned world-outlook. They knew her, the
    • look and sorrow-stricken countenance, the result of her having to look
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    • modern man, acquainted with the nature of the Mysteries, when he looks
    • sinking tragically out of sight. It reappeared, and could be looked
    • them, he looked down at them from outside, and let us picture what he
    • looked out into the universe and saw something spiritual, the
    • Egyptian-Chaldaic epoch. All the souls present here to-day once looked
    • once looked out into the universe and received spiritual impressions
    • Terra de Labur, a district we have to look for in what is now Southern
    • the forces of thinking. Hence for anyone who looks into these deeper
    • Intellectual or Mind-Soul. The more present-day man looks into himself
    • will be in a different situation once he looks with real insight into
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    • the Rosicrucians. All were engaged in practical occultism and looked
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    • gives a purely moral interpretation to this act and looks upon it
    • He was looking at a fragment of a sheep's skull, and another idea came
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    • above all if he is looking at his own aura. The clairvoyant sees his
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    • look upon his work as we now look upon the mineral world which came
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    • earlier stages of man's existence, but it looks forward through the
    • lost. When a Chaldean Magus looked at the sky — which for us
    • Being. When he looked at Mercury, Venus, Moon or Sun, he not only
    • looked up to the heavens, the priest knew that the soul was a drop of
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    • people of our day who had this naive outlook and then became
    • someone can be next to us, we can see what he looks like, but
    • how one can illustrate this by a simple comparison. Look at a
    • marriage one can say this. One can look back on the former
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    • side of himself and looks down on his lower self, which is
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    • looked at in this way, the ordinary, everyday life must be
    • teaching. Therefore, the theosophical outlook was really
    • prepared on Mount Tabor by Christ Jesus. If we look at world
    • which I will now explain. One did not look to the outer
    • look around the world you will have to admit that man as he
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    • of higher worlds if we cannot look into these worlds for ourselves?
    • in the same way as when looking into a mirror you see reflected images
    • looks like a hollow globe encircled by stars, so it is with this boundary
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    • of wishes and desires. He may want to look at some beautiful arrangements
    • from a burning thirst and looking for some spring at which to quench it;
    • order to understand it, and in ancient times any doctor would have looked
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    • corpse, he stands face to face with himself as if he were looking at
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture V: Human Tasks in the Higher Worlds
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    • the first rule for a Theosophist, which is to look for the one life
    • Thus it is true to say, when we look at the continually changing plant
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    • is it that we should look at the world in the light of this law and
    • he must look after changing his karma by his own efforts.”
    • indeed look back on the past and resolve to bear its karma, but above all
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • we shall have to look back again at what has been said about man's four
    • law. If we look at the way a man develops, we see that in the course
    • his memory as much as he can; he must practise looking back over the
    • things and has not merely looked on at them, he will become a choleric.
    • or if he saw and passed by many things, but only as an onlooker, all
    • materialistic outlook of the eighteenth century. Without that, the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • fantastic-looking creatures, unlike the fishes of today. Then again
    • such as Paracelsus and Oken, who put this very well. When a man looks
    • out their constituent parts. Thus when man looks at anything outside
    • of himself. Then he was able to look on the world over against himself.
    • in order to show you that nothing can be truly understood if it is looked
    • past can it be understood. Similarly, if you do not look beyond the
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • brings out the difference between the whole outlook of the Atlantean
    • The Indian turned away from everything external and looked for the higher
    • Men looked up to the stars and observed their movements and their
    • the stars merely physical globes. They looked on each planet as ensouled
    • outlooks were! Copernicus, for instance, freed men from the mistaken
    • all depends on the stand-point from which you are looking at Sun and
    • and the old outlook was strongly present in him.
    • forms. And we shall then look at modern humanity in a quite different
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    • and looks for the positive element in all things. Relevant to this is a
    • lying by the wayside; he stopped to look at the animal while those around
    • will look everywhere for the good and the positive, and you will find
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    • that he does not steal. But the Eastern Yogi does not look at it so
    • in the future people will go about looking like negroes. Their bodies
    • He then comes to look quite objectively on the body he carries with
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    • by this means we cannot reach the higher self. When we look into ourselves
    • Christianity is an outlook
    • becomes an illusion unless we look on it as an expression of the Divine.
    • “I am in the sun and in the sun's rays I look into your
    • mistake was made when people were told to look away from the external
    • study people's temperament from their gait — look at the slow,
    • for example, a living plant, look at it carefully, sink yourself into
    • and the Earth known to the ordinary geologist or scientist. He looks on
    • people; but present-day science looks on this as a purely external
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    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • So we have looked at the picture from the medical point of view. We
    • ways, because education is also something that must be looked at from
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    • the mutual concerns of priest and physician, we should look
    • looking at things, to what they brought out as “criminal
    • begin to describe by a wonderful terminology. They look back at their
    • patients, the enlightened confessor is able to look into the
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    • presented in a diagram, it would look like the drawing below.
    • Now take a look at
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    • important that we look into the question: What is really inherited by
    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • look at a tree, the same spiritual forces are working in it as those
    • a proper spiritual outlook, this interplay between the spiritual and
    • Look at the child — how the child works at a second physical
    • look in the opposite direction, to see what lives in the human
    • notion of someone who looks at the soup in a soup bowl and sees a
    • Now let us look into
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
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    • Now let us look at the
    • was gone I looked in the corner of the room and there was a Madonna
    • now. Look at some of these youth groups. Their very existence belongs
    • you look, you will easily see tinges of what I have been describing.
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    • need to stand within the spiritual world and look at this physical
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • subscribe to it) look back with pity to olden times when it was
    • materialistic beliefs. These things must simply be looked at without
    • spiritual happenings into human life. One need only look at
    • Now we must look at a
    • needs to look at the general picture. With such personalities as St.
    • lower organism. Again one needs only to look at a few general
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    • look at what manifests as external human processes and relate them to
    • Let us look at human
    • of the lungs, we are looking at the coarse breathing process in the
    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
    • foolish to do what many people do today who look at things in a
    • But we can also look
    • exhalation really goes into the human being. If we look at our
    • And now if you look
    • When we look with spiritual eyes at the lymph that has not yet become
    • looked at from this point of view — is a damming-up
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    • manifold the forces in the universe are! Look at a growing plant, for
    • moon's forces and the moon's changes. If therefore we look at a plant
    • Now let us look
    • Now let us look at the
    • When we look at ourselves in an ordinary mirror, that is the physical
    • Let us look at the
    • Look at the two diagrams,
    • If we look out at the
    • stars everywhere. If we look within the human being, the sun, moon,
    • But now let us look at
    • the other side. Look first at the moon activity in human beings. See
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    • illness. You see, one has to look at such things carefully.
    • be a healer requires first and foremost a spiritual outlook on the
    • Let us look at these
    • For whoever really looks at life can catch a view of illness
    • Let us look at the
    • spiritual point of view, then what must the priest look for? The
    • Let us look again at
    • the world, that all the disease in the present world outlook does
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    • There is something that is always overlooked
    • There we have looked
    • rooted. Take a look in
    • the metamorphosis of sun, moon, and earth. Look at all the things
    • we look at our metabolic-limb system, we can see that we carry within
    • it everything summery. If we look at our nerve-sense functions, we
    • This way of looking
    • to do with illnesses in the metabolic-limb system, we look for
    • low-growing plants and for minerals in the soil. We look for what
    • is not sure of its source. One has the whole world to look at, but
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    • could be obtained from the plant kingdom. In other words, they looked
    • Now look in the other
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
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    • receiving communion while recovering from a severe illness. Looking
    • So we have looked at the picture from the medical point of view. We
    • ways, because education is also something that must be looked at from
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    • CONSIDER the mutual concerns of priest and physician, we should look
    • looking at things, to what they brought out as “criminal
    • begin to describe by a wonderful terminology. They look back at their
    • patients, the enlightened confessor is able to look into the
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    • presented in a diagram, it would look like the drawing below.
    • Now take a look at
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    • important that we look into the question: what is really inherited by
    • one need only look at the change of teeth itself to realize that this
    • look at a tree, the same spiritual forces are working in it as those
    • a proper spiritual outlook, this interplay between the spiritual and
    • Look at the child — how the child works at a second physical
    • look in the opposite direction, to see what lives in the human
    • notion of someone who looks at the soup in a soup bowl and sees a
    • Now let us look into
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
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    • Now let us look at the
    • was gone I looked in the corner of the room and there was a Madonna
    • now. Look at some of these youth groups. Their very existence belongs
    • you look, you will easily see tinges of what I have been describing.
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    • need to stand within the spiritual world and look at this physical
    • looking for the defects. And they did find defects in many instances.
    • subscribe to it) look back with pity to olden times when it was
    • materialistic beliefs. These things must simply be looked at without
    • spiritual happenings into human life. One need only look at
    • element into his external life.Now we must look at a singular
    • needs to look at the general picture. With such personalities as St.
    • lower organism. Again one needs only to look at a few general
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    • look at what manifests as external human processes and relate them to
    • Let us look at human
    • of the lungs, we are looking at the coarse breathing process in the
    • looking at the single, separate processes of seeing, hearing, and so
    • foolish to do what many people do today who look at things in a
    • But we can also look
    • exhalation really goes into the human being. If we look at our
    • And now if you look
    • When we look with spiritual eyes at the lymph that has not yet become
    • looked at from this point of view — is a damming-up
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    • manifold the forces in the universe are! Look at a growing plant, for
    • moon's forces and the moon's changes. If therefore we look at a plant
    • Now let us look
    • Now let us look at the
    • When we look at ourselves in an ordinary mirror, that is the physical
    • Let us look at the
    • If we look out at the
    • stars everywhere. If we look within the human being, the sun, moon,
    • But now let us look at
    • the other side. Look first at the moon activity in human beings. See
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    • illness. You see, one has to look at such things carefully.
    • be a healer requires first and foremost a spiritual outlook on the
    • Let us look at these
    • For whoever really looks at life can catch a view of illness
    • Let us look at the
    • spiritual point of view, then what must the priest look for? The
    • Let us look again at
    • the world, that all the disease in the present world outlook does
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    • THAT IS ALWAYS OVERLOOKED in this present age, something that has to
    • There we have looked
    • rooted. Take a look in
    • the metamorphosis of sun, moon, and earth. Look at all the things
    • we look at our metabolic-limb system, we can see that we carry within
    • it everything summery. If we look at our nerve-sense functions, we
    • This way of looking
    • to do with illnesses in the metabolic-limb system, we look for
    • low-growing plants and for minerals in the soil. We look for what
    • is not sure of its source. One has the whole world to look at, but
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    • could be obtained from the plant kingdom. In other words, they looked
    • Now look in the other
    • Let us look at the physical and etheric bodies. Of what do we
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    • a seer has described the pictures he experienced on looking into the
    • body, he looks with spiritual organs into the spiritual worlds? If he
    • body, he is able to look into supersensible regions of existence.
    • If we look back for a
    • peculiar characteristic. It divides into two parts. If we look back
    • Beings, weaving within it, look out upon us, spiritual Beings who
    • Take a look into your
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    • behind all I say I am fully aware of the modern scientific outlook on
    • evolutions. Let us see how it looks in recollection.” What it
    • looked like is expressed in the phrase tohu wabohu; it could
    • you have so far brought things this is what they look like. This is
    • We have to look upon
    • understood if it is looked upon as the bodily vehicle of the Elohim's
    • distinction; we have to look upon the watery and gaseous elements as
    • the limbs, and the more spiritual part in the head, so if we look
    • once more the earlier conditions. From the earth we can look back to
    • look at this elementary existence as a whole. You know of course from
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    • cannot do better than look up from the earth to where, in the region
    • awe; it is wholly in the spirit of our anthroposophical outlook that
    • today. It was so in the case of the Hebrew seer. When he looked up to
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    • recognise as the source of our anthroposophical world outlook. If we
    • we look at elementary conditions as a whole during the Sun evolution,
    • looks for the forces which organise matter into the solid state, it
    • caused life to stir, caused life to unfold. Look at the Genesis
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    • we have to look for much more reality — many more Beings —
    • the sense of the ancient tradition we have to look for Being not only
    • space where, according to physics, we are to look for a sort of
    • — whether we have always to look upon these backward Beings as
    • Does Genesis say nothing of these? Let us look more closely to find
    • call the Spirit of the Age. If we look around at the way our own
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    • himself with the spiritual scientific outlook for any length of time.
    • to look at the manifestations, if we scorn to get to know the tools
    • element into the earth element, into solid. Thus, when we look upon
    • would know who it is that brings this about, if we would look beyond
    • Hence we have to look for the fundamental forces of the watery
    • are looked upon merely as counters, or shorthand notes for what the
    • Look with what
    • said to themselves: “If we look upon the material substance
    • is a hint of the reality they stand for. If we look at the tendency
    • When we look at
    • abstract way of looking at things everything gets mixed up. The seers
    • it says that these laws apply to the whole of existence. It overlooks
    • elementary existence of our earth. And now if we look to the moving
    • hierarchies. Thus we look up beyond the Seraphim to a divine Being
    • When we look at a
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    • other earlier consciousness can best be studied if we look back to
    • Suppose that when you looked at the rose you were not conscious that
    • Indeed you could go further. Suppose that when you looked at the sun
    • — that he is able to look back again and to discriminate
    • ear. Looked at from a deeper standpoint Kantianism is very
    • that we have to look mainly for the elements up as far as warmth.
    • sphere of the sun. In the earth we have to look for the solid, fluid
    • Now look at Genesis.
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    • look back to Saturn, we are struck by the fact that in this state of
    • today we have to look upon as something inward. That is what is being
    • put it more clearly, we look for the sentient soul to begin with in
    • “days” of creation, speaks of Paradise we must look for
    • If now we look upon the expulsion from Paradise as really referring
    • criticise it. This kind of outlook has only arisen in recent
    • in its writings, that it had an entirely different outlook. Even if
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    • of man have we to look for it today? Of course it does not exist
    • organisation. Let us look at the human being for a moment. Today we
    • etheric bodies, which we have to look for on the surrounding planets
    • humanity needed. And if a man had been able to look upon evolution
    • if the moon had not been wrested from it? Look at the moon for once
    • Therefore we can look
    • up in holy awe to those ancient seers, who themselves looked up into
    • world-creative powers? Looking up to these, they said to themselves:
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    • you to look at this sentence carefully and try honestly to find a
    • look on ahead in his Bible, for the word used here is
    • Thus the Bible too looks upon the Jahve-men as the descendants of the
    • creation, because it says that God created man, should also look at
    • Anyone who cannot look upon evolution in this way is beyond help; he
    • everywhere — that one has only to look, and everything follows
    • forces to the beginning of our evolution. Let us look upon this our
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    • time. When we look back into the ancient past we find that man
    • look into super-sensible worlds. For the passage through the gate of
    • back again and again to this Event. If we look back into pre-Christian
    • how different was the whole outlook of men in those days. Not that a
    • and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The impulse
    • all his power to bring men out of the habit of looking to the spirits
    • enough in these days to rest content with looking at life in any
    • materialistic outlook we have long ago ceased caring whether or not we
    • remind man, by the very way its date is determined, to look up from
    • left himself no more outlook into what is beyond the earth than at
    • grave of the materialistic outlook. For together with
    • Easter. Look up to the full moon and feel how the full moon is
    • scientific outlook on the world were to be true to itself, it would
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    • although the cursory reader will overlook them as he overlooks so many
    • it came about so gradually. When men looked out at nature in olden
    • times it was a matter simply of looking with the eyes, for the
    • prone to look to the innate qualities of his own being for
    • spirit-and-soul, then man can look to the blood. But although little
    • looking to themselves alone, relying upon what comes with them at
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    • “world-body.” Looking back only a little into the historical
    • as well as this, when we look over the earth to-day we perceive a
    • Christianity is not that it looks back to Jesus of Nazareth as a great
    • gathered around Confucius, Laotse or Buddha? If we look closely we see
    • he looks down to the earth and beholds peace reigning among the
    • was brought to the earth, looks again at the places that were the
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    • This made a breach in the whole outlook of the Christian world. For the
    • shall certainly look with wonder, but at the same time with a feeling
    • how then, in the sixth century, men looked upon death and felt it to
    • Christ Who hovers above the Cross, looking down upon that which —
    • the Man of Sorrows on the Cross, is looking down, not upon the eternal
    • by the figure of the Christ triumphant Who looks down upon the
    • cannot realise that whenever we speak of Christ we must look beyond
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    • in the first Christian centuries looked back to the Mystery of
    • look back to the Mystery of Golgotha in a quite different way from
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    • 1857, he looks out of the Villa Wesendonck by the Lake of Zürich
    • And now let us look from a different point of view at the course
    • taken by evolution. Looking back into those ancient Atlantean times of
    • life of man in the future? The man of the future will look back upon
    • as Post-Atlantean man looks back to those Atlantean times when he was
    • possibility is that he will look back in remembrance to the time of
    • The other is that man will look back upon what was experienced in
    • come. This Mystery is a Deed, a reality of life, inasmuch as man looks
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    • knowledge into ever-widening circles. To-day we will look back into
    • distance and learn through these solemn festivals gradually to look
    • We look back to the Old Testament and we ask ourselves: “Who
    • should look for the origin of thought in the nervous system alone. For
    • have to look for the process which gives rise to thoughts. When our
    • the soul. Looking out into the world around us, we see the dashing
    • thunder ... and then, looking within the soul, we feel the inner
    • through material existence it is truth and reality when, looking
    • Let us look back once again to the knowledge proclaimed by ancient
    • looks into the world of the past and of the future he gazes into
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    • evolution of worlds? Let us look back over the great succession of
    • profound sorrow that the Eastern sages looked into the future,
    • looked with such sorrow into the future, wondering whether the earth
    • of Golgotha looked up with fervent devotion to the corpse on the
    • How does it present itself to men who look with understanding at the
    • who look with understanding at the Cross on Golgotha, and feel united
    • in our youth, when tests in life have matured us, and we can look back
    • through being able to look back upon it in the Christ-light streaming
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    • back to that human pair, we can ask: Where must we look for the origin
    • discussed. Christ is entering upon His judgeship. Let us look more
    • their evolution will look upon it merely as imagination run wild or as
    • We must look upon it, in a sense, as a mark of distinction bestowed by
    • so — that people come to look upon faith merely as a cherished
    • they once possessed. When a man looks upon faith in that way, however,
    • soul. In our soul we must have what enables us to look towards a
    • beliefs of His time and looked for the impending approach to earth of
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    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. We ought not to look upon this
    • and that they merely had to look into the matter to be convinced that
    • Let us try now to look into this dream-experience from the point of
    • Thus, in dream-pictures of this kind we should not look for an exact
    • this picture can be looked upon only as a still greater illusion than
    • far more than is feasible nowadays. There is no need to look back many
    • gradual change in men's whole outlook, and feeling and understanding
    • surprised that many people should not have begun, as yet, to look back
    • already on the earth but living in another bodily form. We look back
    • which arouses the feeling: It can only be that I am looking back on
    • look back and to recognise themselves. But for those who have not
    • become familiar with the idea of reincarnation this looking back will
    • refusing to look into Spiritual Science, or Anthroposophy, means
    • We have, therefore, to look upon Anthroposophy as a real power; while
    • to understand these if we look back to the time before our present
    • are too mature for that, and they look down on such old beliefs as
    • his personality. Everywhere we look to-day, the lights and shadows can
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    • urged towards that to which the human being can look up when he needs
    • death. Now, the opinion is very prevalent that a person who can look
    • the spiritual world. For one may look for a very long time, and the
    • spiritual world. It is mere prejudice to believe that anyone who looks
    • up by consciousness, that it is possible to look into that which
    • But let us first look at the two divisions which we have just
    • among them. And if we look more closely into these connections it
    • when so many die young. For this looking back at the spiritual world
    • over — one can almost immediately look into the spiritual world.
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    • look, the configuration of the spiritual civilisation of all the
    • senses. In normal life on the physical plane, we do not look into
    • the physical plane we look out of ourselves and regard the world as
    • our environment. ‘We are here, we look outwards, and not into
    • between birth and death. We then look within from the circumference to
    • look from the circumference on to our own life, which for these few
    • If you look back in history you can also say that even there the
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    • Now, it is possible to look at the whole matter from another point of
    • life-tableau, looks back in the etheric body. I have already indicated
    • that world which man has forsaken, to which he continually looks back,
    • present. If only it were not so permeated with being. We cannot look
    • appears. From the spiritual world one looks back in like manner at the
    • so looking at the earth that this earth itself can be permeated by the
    • When we think of this, we can look away from the present into the
    • personal standpoint, yet if we look at it from the standpoint of the
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    • We then look back at our external world here, which is encompassed by our Ego.
    • But there the soul unable to be as egoistic as it was here, looks back on
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 5: Concerning the Subconscious Soul Impulses
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    • occurrence would seem to be an accident. But if one looks deeper into
    • Ego. When we thus look back into ourselves, our soul gaze meets this
    • himself, recognises this. When he looks into himself, he really looks
    • in public lectures is absolutely correct. When we look into the
    • the things afresh. When the spiritual seer really looks into the
    • transparent, and he uses it to look through. He looks, as it were,
    • through the force which otherwise fashions his memory, and looks into
    • — to the Court, and look up the documents relating to Markus
    • frightened, wants to look up the documents, but allows several weeks
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    • things which may be useful to some of us when we look back to what
    • inner spectator, an onlooker, who is always present. Thus we can say:
    • he truly does not look back to the cleverness which he had when he
    • naturally he looks at it in a materialistic manner. For when a man
    • cleverness, which simply overlook the fact that although single words
    • Spiritual Scientists, to look at their era in the right way, and
    • possibly have been ignorant of the Bible. He overlooks the fact that
    • While we awaken this Mystery in our souls we look up and say:
    • into ourselves all sorts of edification, but we should look upon it as
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture I
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    • In all esoteric teaching it is important to learn how we should look
    • other when looking at a flower or anything else in the environment. It
    • themselves: ‘Look at the snake and you will see the sign of your ego’.
    • great initiates, with their outlook into the far future, taught people
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    • In Devachan man looks into himself. He observes what he has taken in.
    • has accustomed himself to be too outward looking, he has nothing to
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    • animal kingdom. When one looks at a lump of coal one can say to
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    • how one can look into the Akashic Record. If one can rise to the
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    • one looks at the external creatures on the Old Moon, these are the
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    • one can look backwards on one's forefathers as far as two hundred
    • to look away from all physical perceptions and only to see the karmic
    • back into the physical. There is no purpose in looking for something
    • which might be seen, as though one were looking at a photograph.
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    • world as such before us. But the moment we look on the physical world
    • that nature is looked at in pure contemplation, for usually many other
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    • find oxygen and hydrogen but they look quite different from when we
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    • When one looks at the flora and fauna of Europe in our epoch one has
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    • plan. Through this the Divine is awakened in man. That is why we look
    • for future epochs. Just as man today looks up to the moon and says:
    • will look up to a moon that has arisen out of our present physical
    • penetrate through the veil of the external world and to look at the
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    • feelings, belong also to his past, become his Karma. We look into a
    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • We can look back at the time when man did not as yet speak, but only
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    • Now let us look at the whole universe, to begin with in its physical
    • world once more, if looked at from the point of view of Karma is
    • the Imaginative understanding which first enables them to look into
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    • individuality but must be looked upon as a continuation of verses
    • death, he looked back on his past life. This however expresses itself
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    • this takes longer than in the case of the mineral. One must look at
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    • Now we will first look away from death and picture the human being in
    • means looking out into the surrounding world. Man now consists of four
    • can look through it into the environment and a relationship is
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    • The White Lodge will be looked upon as a unity, an ego comprising
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    • the capacity of looking both backwards and forwards.
    • looking into a great model filled [with] small crystals. Present within
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    • is created which arises out of nothing. When one personality looks at
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    • Those who take earnestly the principle of not looking at the world
    • present in the peoples in question. When one looks at these attacking
    • when we look at something remaining over from this time: the varying
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXX
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    • so that when today you look up at the Moon you can say: It is your
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Esotericism: Lecture XXXI
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    • Atlanteans. When we look towards Asia we find there as, the First
    • looked at the world in a way sufficiently free from illusion. Rust,
    • must only consider where it is. When you look at a criminal through
    • you look for the fundamental conception of this Third Sub-Race in
    • Whatever one may experience, one can look with complete trust towards
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Temperaments
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    • situations where rage is of no use, but rather only makes them look
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Soul and the Animal Soul
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    • creative intelligence, and then we look at the universe around us. —
    • existence. But when we look around us and see that the things of
    • in space and time. When we look at the lifeless realm of nature, we
    • way it confronts us in the animal, we say to ourselves: If we look at
    • only when we look for it in the self enjoyment of its bodily nature.
    • inwardness and man cannot look into the inner life of another being.
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit
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    • if we look at the animal, study it — whether superficially as a
    • lying behind the animal, so that in the animal we have to look for
    • look for them too far afield. In considering things in the right way,
    • looked for in the line of heredity any more than, let us say, the
    • Who would fail to see how the skeleton, if one looks at it, as
    • which for man's life should not be overlooked. We dare not
    • indeed overlook it in its content, in its inner nature — I am
    • look back on how the human soul pours itself into the bodily nature.
    • whether we look upon the spiritual or the physical.
  • Title: Lecture I: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • trance-like consciousness was looked upon as a revelation of the aims
    • insignificant modern poets. For Herder looks upon the sunrise as a
    • when he looked at the rising sun.
    • which filled their souls and hearts. They did not, however, look for
    • Such a man looks, maybe, at a beautiful flower. He does not, however,
    • look at it merely passively, but fixes his gaze upon its yellow
    • recurring as they do in the course of every year, may really be looked
    • earth, and we look upon the moonlight in this way only, taking into
    • shall no longer be able to look with indifference on a plant, let us
    • Thus in the plant-world we learn to look for the combined forces of
  • Title: Lecture II: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • beings of the future look back, it would have to be assumed — in
    • So when you look at the present solar system, you are beholding the
    • Jupiter-existence. When, therefore, we look at our solar system we are
    • actually looking at something that is the product of an earlier stage
  • Title: Lecture III: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • spatial; from our own point of vision we look outwards. When,
    • looking back upon the earth we see man once only, both in time and in
    • death and rebirth we look back upon earthly life, men are not seen in
    • without any preconceived ideas, you look at the phenomena of the
    • from the moral aspect. He is now looking back upon the cosmos. But he
    • one side only of existence is revealed. Indeed when we look outwards,
    • longer is so. For in truth it must be said: Here we look
    • non-spatial; just as here we look at space from one single point, when
    • we are outside our body we look back from out of space upon the point.
    • We are each and all of us a single human being when we look at
  • Title: Lecture IV: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • In the ordinary way man looks at things in his environment without
    • given as an illustration. When we look at a rock-crystal, we can say,
    • begin with, various kinds of soil on the surface. If you look round in
    • and so on. Therefore we must not look upon the human skeleton as an
    • When, however, we look at the lime-formation, it reveals itself to
    • When you look at a plant you can see that with its root it turns
    • on a mental outlook which recognises how the spiritual works
    • Now we can look more closely at the slate element. In much of it we
    • Look at carbon; it is contained in ordinary coal, in graphite, in the
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture I
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    • this one thought was how the European man can look back over a number
    • of centuries, or over the last 2000 years, how the European can look
    • looks back into ancient Greece it becomes quite a different matter. It
    • full of mystery when we look back into Grecian times, or so it appears
    • is able to look into the depths of the soul, one knows that the soul
    • permeated by truthfulness. You must also look for that truthfulness in
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture II
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    • cannot but look up from below to the lofty spiritual teachings that
    • to us as a faint echo of primeval spirituality. So, if man looks up to
    • complete initiation it is necessary that man should not look out on
    • ages go by. A man living primarily in the physical world, looking back
    • can look out into the external world at these personalities, and see
    • the mark. The essential thing is to look into the connection between
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture III
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    • having desires, longings, emotions, he does not look at the being
    • himself, as we should do in the physical world, but he looks at the
    • surroundings. He looks to see what other beings are present in the
    • clairvoyant looking into the inner soul of the man, as it is of
    • say that the being we are looking at is able, and has the will,
    • deceived by the fact that I am looking at something angelic or a
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    • Moreover, man can also look at himself from outside. He can observe
    • egoism should always be looked upon as harmful because in its finer
    • you must look for the whole world again, and you must awaken your
    • to find your bearings, if you are not merely to look at things but are
    • has now become objective and no longer subjective. I am looking at it
    • This springing beyond oneself, this looking at and understanding
    • you and that you are looking at yourself, just as you used to look at
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture V
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    • physical life we look back into our memories, so you look back from
    • a pot of flowers and looking at it. The plant is outside, external to
    • him; he observes it as he stands there looking at it. Now the
    • quite wrong to imagine that there one went about looking at the beings
    • particular spot looking at what is around you is the exact opposite of
    • around and looking at yourself. So you stand at about the same point
    • anything beyond which he could look from the temporal into the
    • beg you to look upon this feeling I have just pictured as an
    • he can look back on his body as form. He then feels his being as if
    • ego. Now, on looking back on his ego, he feels that there also is a
    • earthly man, actually is; one looks down on one's ego-man.
    • to form a true estimate of man on earth. As one looks back one begins
    • looks down on all that is going on in souls, even if they do not
    • spirit-land one sees the whole being of Christ Jesus! So that, looking
    • the spiritual world, on looking back he perceives what is of the
    • remember in such a way that, looking back on earthly existence, he
    • certain special way that one first lights upon when looking occultly
    • and look on it simply as the work of the devil that can only do man
    • this, that in all circumstances it is not right to look upon the
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VI
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    • itself offers — in all this we may, indeed, look for quite
    • island exists. You can look for it yourselves in the evolution of the
    • balancing what was mine before.” So we can look back on a life
    • glass. Then, if you look at the sheet of glass you will not see it.
    • You look through the glass but the painting that you take for a
  • Title: Initiation/Passing Moment: Lecture VII
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    • so transformed one's own soul as to be able to look into those worlds.
    • emotion? When we look through what appears in print in the world, we
    • But now let us go to the West and look, not at dogmas, but at facts. I
    • always look up to the Being Who should stand forth as the central
    • New Testament cannot be looked upon as reliable historical records, it
    • difference, that whereas in former times the people looked to their
    • darkness, and we see how, by looking at things in an occult way, the
    • offers, look at it together with all its connections, and it will be
    • — if men looked for the meaning in all they have been given, they
    • look back to these days in Munich. In farewell, I heartily greet the
    • individual soul of each friend, looking forward to a further meeting
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 1: The Four Spheres of the Inner Life
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    • field of consciousness; he overlooks, as it were, all that does not
    • of his entire mental outlook. As long as we are in the body we look
    • intellect. We look upon a world of mountains, rivers, clouds, stars,
    • world which previously thou didst look upon, thou art in it, thou
    • look on it as we formerly looked on the whole of the outer world
    • look towards a single centre and there behold oneself. It is as if
    • now looking at, is thyself; yea, it is thee. Thou who formerly didst
    • In looking back at that part of
    • thyself, looking back on thy light-body and thy etheric-thought body;
    • completely, now thou lookest back on thy physical body which thou
    • around which all is ordered. If we look back on that which is now no
    • outside us when we are outside the body — if one now looks
    • back at oneself, something else appears; in looking at oneself, one
    • We look at that which seemingly
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 2: The Vision of the Ideal Human Being
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    • when, from outside the body, it looks back at its own body and on all
    • looks back at his physical body. He slips out of his body and fills
    • before his incarnation, in a ‘before’. And he looks upon
    • presentiment of feeling, a knowledge of the spiritual world. ‘Look
    • look up to these Divine Beings as to our past life in the spirit, and
    • Easter-feeling. When the soul, looking on that which is revealed to
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 3: The Senses and the Luciferic Temptation
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    • towards us and brings about in us the sensation of light; but looking
    • should recognise the full significance. Just consider! When you look
    • by which we look up to a spiritual world. Religious conceptions are
    • research are looked upon as nonsense, as foolishness and fantasy —
    • Let us look more closely at what had taken place. Picture to
    • example — said: ‘Jahveh or Jehovah looks upon His world
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 4: Wisdom in the Spiritual World
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    • merely looking at objects and processes, we should never on the
    • of clairvoyance on the physical plane. Our present mental outlook
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 5: Between Death and the 'Cosmic Midnight Hour'
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    • look upon this which has been born. Neither are we aware of ourselves
    • have given birth. We ourselves look upon that which is outside, that
    • life. We look back, as it were, at this last earthly life. It is, as
  • Title: Inner Nature of Man: Lecture 6: Pleasures and Sufferings in the Life Beyond
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    • is least. We begin to long for action and we look back at our past
    • re-births: this we then survey as an outer world, through looking
    • We look back upon some enjoyment, some satisfaction we have had at
    • spiritual world, so that we look back at certain pleasures we have
    • wishes to look back at his loved ones on the earth, he cannot see
    • of which become fishes, the rest perish. We look out over the fields
    • the midst of spiritual death, caused by an outlook based merely on
  • Title: Inner Aspect of the Social Question: Lecture I
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    • banished from that contemporary outlook which originated with the
    • outlook is that fine feeling for human dignity which enables us, once
    • general outlook! Think, finally, how far removed the almost universal
    • strength. Today we can look for no revelations unless we seek them
    • becoming a man. And in looking back on his youth and prime he saw in
    • way. We can reach it if we look at the child with finely-tuned
    • age looks with real love on his youngest contemporaries.
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    • wider circles. In a sense we can look on ourselves as a kind of
    • we will look at this question from a point of view not easily reached
    • Let us look first at
    • life looks like the lowest of the three social spheres, yet precisely
    • experience — to anyone who looks below the surface all this
    • people from whom Christ Jesus was born looked on themselves as the
    • just as, for those who looked up to Jehovah, one people only was in
    • Whatever opinion, whatever outlook on life, you discover in the least
    • impulse which is, in truth, the Christ Impulse. If I do not look on
    • looking over one's shoulder and saying repeatedly: “Thou art
    • looks over our shoulder, who heightens and refines our sense of
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    • world would look after two thousand years — not with the most
    • general we try not to look on outwardly perceptible reality as the
    • the true, complete reality. This outlook, however, is no more than a
    • sense-perceptible reality of such a kind that a man of modern outlook
    • in the earth. This leads us to look at objects in a way quite
    • reality. Mistakes of the kind I have mentioned are common in looking
    • from the outlook of the German philosopher, Hegel, to the very
    • different outlook which Fritz Mauthner, the author of a philosophical
    • the outlook he expressed in his Geschlossenen Handelstaat (A
    • advantage of him! One need only look these circumstances straight in
    • looks at things, that he is seeing them in the light of the spirit.
    • life of the present — and then it does look to me very like a
    • seek in what looks like an evil nightmare for the true reality, which
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • you in forming your outlook upon Nature. I hope that in no very
    • Then and then only will Goethe's outlook come into its own, also in
    • call the experimental side of Science and what concerns the outlook,
    • current, customary science and the kind of scientific outlook which
    • can be derived from Goethe's general world-outlook. We must begin by
    • read as the first dawning of a new world-outlook. Yet on the whole,
    • is to some extent, this kind of scientific outlook was predominant in
    • outlook upon Nature strives for the very opposite in all three
    • expression what Goethe feels is fundamental to a true outlook upon
    • Thus Goethe looks upon
    • properly be called “Laws of Nature”. He is not looking
    • his contemplation, his whole outlook upon Nature. What he desires,
    • without looking into outer Nature. We spin and weave them out of
    • Ia). I am not looking at any moving object; I just imagine it.
    • always to look for the points from which the forces proceed.
    • we always look for, when speaking of the World in terms of Physics.
    • we may formulate it. We look for centres which we then investigate as
    • everything in mechanical terms. It looks for centric forces and their
    • this method, looking only for the potentials of centric forces. Say
    • look for centres, — to study the potential effects that may go
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    • space and time, is a movement in the ether. Yet if you look it up in
    • Look at the right-hand
    • it to begin with by looking for colour in and about the light as
    • apparatus, pass through the water-prism. If you now look at the wall,
    • about the light and we can ask ourselves, what is it due to? Look
    • observe. If you could look at it more exactly you would see the
    • from the simple fact that when you look into light through a dim or
    • you look further down? The dimming and darkening shines downward too,
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    • he took a quick look through the prism, saying to himself as he did
    • Looking at such a place through the prism he saw colours; where there
    • place? The whole cylinder of light has been contracted. Look first at
    • to begin with, I can look down at the object and see it in this
    • IIIc). I look and see it in a certain direction. Such is the
    • direction in which I saw it before. Looking in this direction, I
    • to find it there again. Yet when I look, I do not see it there but in
    • look straight to the bottom, between which and my eye there was only
    • before but it all looks lifted upward. It is as though it were more
    • actively, are looking with our eye, — with our line of sight.
    • IIIf). it will be like this. (When looking at your neighbour's
    • eye you look into the pupil. I am now drawing it from the side and in
    • may also tell from the following fact. During the day when you look
    • violet, indigo, blue, green, yellow, orange and red. First look at it
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    • follows: When I look through darkness at something lighter, the light
    • If for example I look at anything luminous and, as we should call it,
    • more or less white if I were looking at directly, will appear
    • Conversely, if you have here a simple black surface and look at it
    • illumined, you will be looking at the dark through something light.
    • sufficiently thin cylinder of light, we can also look in the
    • direction of it through the prism. Instead of looking from outside on
    • the place of this picture, and, looking through the prism, we then
    • have the following phenomenon: Looking along here, I see what would
    • to what is really seen. For if you are looking thus into the bright
    • in effect — you look at something light, namely at the
    • cylinder-of-light coming towards you. Through what is dark you look
    • over-whelms the dark. Thus as you look in this direction, however
    • therefore, you are looking at dark through light and you will see
    • for example is the blue and you are looking through it; therefore the
    • terms. This other one — the one you see in looking through the
    • it in cross-section. Here are two looking-glasses — plane
    • reflected. It is to the light itself that we must look, if we desire
    • — say, a luminous strip — and I look at it through the
    • a black strip in the middle and look at this through a prism, —
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    • screen. Instead we will observe the spectrum by looking straight into
    • the colours appear in this way when we simply look through the
    • through here, and, looking into it, we see it thus refracted. (The
    • problem looking for the relations between the colours and what we
    • body looks red, another blue, and so on. It is no doubt simplest to
    • gathering of all the colours — falls on a body that looks red,
    • take ordinary paraffin oil and look through it towards a light, the
    • so as to let the light pass through the oil while you look at it from
    • Va). Look towards the light through the solution and it appears
    • you look from behind to where the light goes through — the
    • transparent body. Look at the chlorophyll from behind: we see —
    • first have to look for the velocity, so in like manner, we are in one
    • say, then, A — C is red. You look towards the surface
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    • VIa). Through it you look at a luminous object. As I am drawing
    • the luminous object, — with your eye, say, here — looking
    • from the luminous object. (We are imagining the eye to be looking in
    • Simply by looking through the glass and comparing what you see with
    • original direction. And now the eye, looking as it is from here, is
    • we are asked to assume, if we be looking through such a plate of
    • be observed to begin with, in this connection. Say we are looking at
    • will appear shifted upward. The entire complex we are looking at is
    • to it). You certainly will not deny that when you look at light the
    • looked for the fleeting phenomena of light — phosphorescence
    • example of how they fail to look at the real phenomenon but at once
    • their nature to approach each other, we cannot but look for some
    • its six faces. But if you look at a rose, cut from the shrub it grew
    • longer be. Our need is therefore to give up looking at Nature in the
    • looking at Nature in this fragmentary way that Science since the 16th
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • insight into Science, and you must look on all that I bring forward
    • look at what is here before you, you will be bound to say: the
    • shadow is, is simply a dark space. Moreover, looking at the surface
    • background does when you look sharply for example at a small red
    • surface for a time, then turn your eye away and look straight at
    • apertures of which the red of the cushion shines through. You look
    • at the red rhombic pattern and then look away to the white. On the
    • yourselves. Take a little tube and look through it, so that you
    • there at the place you look at. You can convince yourself by this
    • will produce the phenomenon and you must now look through on to the
    • that this one stays. By dint of looking at the red, my eye will
    • appearing afterwards only in point of time. Looked at objectively
    • these things will lead you no longer to look for the contrast,
    • connection. Look open-mindedly at your relation to the element of
    • Having thus contemplated how you live in light and warmth, look
    • rigged up this apparatus. If you were now to look and read the
    • water all about, stirring it thoroughly. After a time we shall look
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • Among the Jesuits it was always looked upon as dangerous to apply
    • hand I want to look at the reality of the sound — at what is
    • you here before me, I looked on all that is before me as merely
    • air. Remember too what I was saying: a thing may look complete and
    • looking for metamorphoses in crude, external ways. You must be able
    • this purely outward way of study — failing to look and see
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    • taking this direction: they were always looking for the kinship
    • life since we are looking rather intently in their direction. Look
    • more intense when the vacuum is higher. Look how a kind of movement
    • be modifiable by a number of other factors. They now looked round
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    • matter. We have, as it were, been trying to look at the current of
    • only look parallel so long as I hold fast to a space that is merely
    • who looked upon them from outside. Yet he spoke not untruly when he
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 1: The World Behind the Tapestry of Sense-perceptions. Ecstasy and Mystical Experience.
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    • to look for the actual causes and conditions of what takes place in
    • direct experience, man is unable today to look behind the boundary
    • trivial illustration will make this clear. Suppose we are looking at a
    • it is only a matter of looking behind the surface! But this is not so
    • There, then, is the first boundary. We find the second when we look
    • ecstasy looks through the outer veil of sense-perceptions into a world
    • experience, this has the detrimental effect of making him look within
    • allow us actually to look within it, any more than a mirror allows us
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 2: Sleeping and Waking Life in Relation to the Planets
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    • but he is unable to look behind these impressions. When he wakes from
    • Consciousness-Soul. For example: As long as I am simply looking at
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 3: The Inner Path Followed by the Mystic. Experience of the Cycle of the Year.
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    • our physical body from outside with the same eyes with which we look
    • with the outer world of the senses and we cannot look within our own
    • overpowering strength if he were to look consciously into his own
    • around him; he cannot look into his inmost being.
    • he must have boundless humility. It may be said to him: Look at a
    • to him that he has reason not only to look upwards but to look
    • our own being reveals in the normal state. Just as when a man looks in
    • which enables him to see objects in the outer world at all. If we look
    • look at it. Nor during the day can we perceive everything that is
    • vision not only of itself but also of the planets. We look out into
    • certain way what belongs to our solar system. We can look up to the
    • what does man see at night with his ordinary Faculties when he looks
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    • it has been hitherto. They say: If we were to look into ourselves we
    • We will now look back upon all our sins of omission, upon everything
    • a man wants to know what he really looks like, discussion about this
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 5: The Egyptian Mysteries of Osiris and Isis
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    • When we look out into the world today, three kingdoms of Nature
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    • from the relative positions of the heavenly bodies. Anyone looking at
    • to his daily work looks at the clock to see if it is time to start.
    • light. It is always essential to look at truths not only from the one
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 7: The Four Spheres of the Higher Worlds
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    • Elementary World; he feels united with it. When we look at a physical
    • everything earthy in the Elementary World and he overlooks all the
    • look at our own being as though it were a complete Stranger, and that
    • It has a very strong healing effect if he can be given a world-outlook
    • realisation: When I look back over my present life and into my
    • one standing beside you as an ideal at which you can look without
    • the lofty spiritual Beings if we are able to look beyond what their
    • looks downwards to plants, animals, minerals; in yonder worlds he can
    • look upwards to Beings above him. As he pursues his path into the
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 8: Mirror-images of the Macrocosm in Man. Rosicrucian Symbols.
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    • is not to be looked for at any particular spot but it pervades man's
    • forces of the Elementary World. If we look at the eyeball in a mirror,
    • Elementary World; the world we see when we are able to look into the
    • unnoticed. If, however, we look back to the most favourable period of
    • us to penetrate into the higher world and to look into it. These
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 9: Organs of Spiritual Perception. Contemplation of the Ego from Twelve Vantage-points. The Thinking of the Heart.
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    • the day before, be cannot find it and has to look everywhere for it.
    • We have described how it is possible to look back upon the Ego from
    • objectively before us. But we may look at this Ego once, twice, three
    • of ourselves and look back upon ourselves from outside. In normal
    • pain. We must not merely look at ugliness in such a way that it has no
  • Title: Macrocosm/Microcosm: Lecture 10: Transformation of Soul-forces and Stages in the Evolution of Physical Organs. Reading in the Akasha Chronicle.
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    • where you were to look among the people of today, you would everywhere
    • We can look towards a future humanity when the logic of the heart will
    • to look clairvoyantly into the higher worlds. Not only is the faculty
    • When he recalls something he experienced yesterday, he is looking
    • ordinary memory looks back in time in order to recall events of
    • looking through the door into the adjacent area. He looks at something
    • ordinary man looks back to the past, the spiritual investigator has
    • wants to look back into the past, he must exert his memory as far as
    • We are now looking back to an earlier stage of humanity when man had
    • he could look far back or less far back into the past and see whence
    • ancient times man looked back into the past and his direct knowledge
    • now look rather more closely into the nature of man if we want to
    • here looking back upon something that developed under the influence of
    • active at all. But we look into a future when forces will flow into us
    • as we look back to a past when the foundation corresponding to an
    • simply by looking at them beside each other. — That would be
    • and learns how to distinguish things there. When looking back with his
    • So we look back from present-day man, who has both heart and brain, to
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    • but also with the plant-world as a whole. When we look out into our
    • Therefore if we are looking for an earlier state of our planet we can
    • clairvoyance to look back to a primordial state of pure warmth. We
    • to do this. He looks back and sees what the Earth once was and can
    • look back into a life which preceded the present life on Earth, then
    • farther and farther back into the past, and we can also look forward
    • whatever he has made his own in his Ego. If any one of you could look
    • look up, because they send down their wisdom from the heights of the
    • in a number of human beings, whenever others look up as we ourselves
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    • connection that the Copernican outlook had with its time. Just
    • outlook obtains its results —
    • — with the way this outlook is taken
    • only to look at the method of research and the way it has
    • spread and to compare it with the scientific outlook of
    • human evolution. In those earlier times people looked at nature
    • people looked at nature and its processes they took something
    • outlook — on the contrary.
    • The success of the scientific outlook, which certainly has a
    • excluded and have been banned from the outlook based on natural
    • who believe they understand a lot about the scientific outlook
    • scientific outlook, and also in those who think themselves
    • Thus, on the one hand, the scientific outlook points with
    • In looking into a modern textbook
    • therefore imperative to show that this outlook leads us astray
    • imagined. It is just the same with the way people look at the
    • on the other, becomes clear in looking at the way the physical
    • own outlook. He came to ask —
    • province of the scientific outlook. But the science of spirit
    • accustomed to, just as the Copernican outlook meant a
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    • outlook toward the nature and the entire method of the science
    • the physical sense world), his approach and outlook are
    • spirit and an outlook founded on the unconscious like,
    • looks quite different from anything that can be experienced in
    • spiritual world, having overlooked or forgotten how he really
    • our view of a tree that we have looked at for a time disappears
    • from the idea which arises from it. We can look at this in
    • looking at it from every possible angle and fussing
    • moral outlook as well. —
    • experiences a spiritual world. He can therefore look at the
    • depends upon looking at man as a being with body, soul and
    • from the normal viewpoint. But there is another way of looking
    • that we could look at our own destinies as if they had not
    • to look at destiny in such a way that everything connected with
    • destiny, when looked at in the right way, stripped of its
    • just as the Copernican outlook had to appear out of a
    • thirty years not only to the content of Goethe's outlook, but
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    • for a new way of looking at the world. Such souls feel that in
    • immense progress of the scientific outlook on the one hand, and
    • outlook in practical life and in technical achievements
    • answers will be influenced by his modern outlook. And in living
    • questions. For if we take an unprejudiced look at what science
    • were two possible ways of looking at the problem of world
    • not always looked at these things in this way. People have not
    • say to themselves: If we look back to ancient times or if, for
    • example, we look across to the East where there are still
    • profound knowledge about such old ways of looking at life, many
    • quite a different way of looking at our planetary system and
    • the stars from the outlook of the Middle Ages and from the one
    • Copernican outlook, and from one point of view quite rightly
    • so. We say: we have the heliocentric outlook as compared
    • with the geocentric outlook of the Middle Ages and of the
    • these works was that people never looked at minerals, plants,
    • look back to a particular year in our childhood, and the
    • who have a more materialistic outlook show how this dependence
    • This is not the case when we look back on life through this
    • mighty memory. We know what a stone or a cloud looks like to
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    • living between death and a new birth, looks down upon one he has left
    • him; and then he looks for something that will act as an opiate, that
    • the morning cannot find his cuff-links, no matter where he looks. Why
    • we look back upon it as the only world upon which we can now gaze.
    • a fruit of such meditation one may look back over a great part of the
    • can, as a rule, look back only to a certain point that lies before
    • the present incarnation; it would not be possible to look further
    • without the physical organ but through Initiation — to look
    • eventually look back to the primeval beginning of our earth, back to
    • what the Bible calls the creative act of the Elohim. We can look back
    • word, or withholding speech, enables us to look into the successive
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    • always looks for a standard of comparison by means of which things
    • Mystery of Golgotha. When we look back we remember what came to pass
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • essence of scientific thinking is easily misunderstood, if we look
    • As we look back into this dawn of the modern age, in which many
    • return voyage, when he was on the ship and looking at the stars,
    • looking up at the starlit sky, his twofold soul mood characterized
    • Let us leave Cusanus for the moment, and look into the lonely cell of
    • looked through the soul into the spirit, and in the spirit they found
    • find the spirit when they looked inward into themselves.
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • can intercept by looking into one or another soul. Yet, by doing
    • it, he attempted to look into this own soul and to find therein the
    • Looking into this matter more closely, we see how a man like Meister
    • mechanical contraption that it is for men of today when they look out
    • The second thing to know is that when a man looked with his soul and
    • world of corporeal things. Even his bodily world was looked upon as
    • have today of the physical world. Wherever they looked, at whatever
    • man looked at himself, he recognized himself as a threefold being. In
    • Hence, when man looked upon his own being, he perceived himself as a
    • not develop one because, whether he looked into himself or outward at
    • arose when man looked into his inner being. The soul declined from
    • man looked into his own being, he did not experience a soul that
    • able to look in the right way into the nuances of ideas and feelings
    • soul now no longer contains the living Logos. Instead, when it looks
    • point where I concluded yesterday. Cusanus looked upon what should
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • scientific outlook and manner of thinking, such as we know it today,
    • So what can we say when we look back at the geometry of earlier
    • with, let us look at the third member of the human organization, that
    • Let us look at the true process, rather than the merely illusionary
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • qualitative with the quantitative. One can therefore look back at a
    • looking at a body found in it the image of spirit. One then looked
    • all the more evident when we look into the details, the specific
    • been studied; now, one looked at all that was fading and crumbling
    • must die, we must look at and understand all that is dead in the
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • We were able to look back into ages past, when what man had to
    • looking around inside for whatever it was that, as an effect of the
    • looks like this:
    • past but is no longer suited to our modern outlook. In the present
    • look like arbitrary whims. We no longer live in any real connection
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • own being. Instead, he looked for it somewhere in external space,
    • living reality, he had to look into his own inner being. A man like
    • man did not listen to the world, did not look at it, did not direct
    • did not know what to do with them. It did not want to look for them
    • things, we must look within ourselves. Otherwise, we only attain to
    • something that man looked for abstractly in the outer world. The
    • secondary qualities became something that man looked for only in
    • looked for the distinguishing features. But nothing could be found in
    • inner soul-spirit means, one looked for it in such external features
    • that we must not constantly fall into the error of looking to science
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • is physical can be looked at in two ways. Staying with the example of
    • Fifteenth Century, let us look at a man in whom the transition can be
    • are looked at soberly, we notice that when something is beheld in the
    • only to a very small degree. But if you look at what is called
    • Lines are drawn in the direction in which one looks and forces are,
    • Looking at what lived in external nature and
    • see these if we look at nature. But, looking inward and focusing on
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • etheric body. Hence, we can even look at the table that I put on the
    • blackboard yesterday from an historical standpoint. If we look at the
    • our sense world and sought for it in water. Heraclitus looked for it
    • in fire. Others looked for it in air. Still others in solid matter,
    • man looked into himself, the ego became by degrees something like a
    • If we now look at the Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and especially the
    • bygone age,) and if we look at the exoteric stream of human
    • they were called, are achieved. If one looks at these ideas from
    • cannot understand the origin of science if we look at it only from
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    • thinking that goes with it. As we look at what technology has brought
    • one is inexhaustible. Matters could be elaborated and looked at more
    • within ourselves when we look back upon ourselves.
    • When we look only at motion and lose sight of velocity, we are
    • then our concern, and the end-product is death. Hence, when we look
    • realize that we are looking at a corpse.
    • look at a corpse, it would be foolish to believe that it was always
    • different, then we are looking at history the wrong way. As an
    • This is how modern epistemologists look. They talk and talk, but
    • rhythmic organization, mainly that of breathing. We must look at our
    • technology that surrounds him on all sides. He looks out on it and
    • I could well imagine the following view of the future: Man looks out
    • hand, he stops, thinks and looks within himself. And here, out of his
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    • science itself must come certain questions simply overlooked in
    • considerations which have been overlooked owing to exclusive attention
    • you look at the reality and you realize that it is obvious that
    • observation, you cannot in such a case look into the matter and
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    • When you look at this formula I will ask you please to note the
    • How recent our ordinary ideas are may be realized when we look up some
    • You have only to look in a general way at all that is to be known
    • Earthly air being were looked upon in this way, that their
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    • melting. This other phenomenon meets us when we look at yesterday's
    • look upon the powers of
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    • of heat, we may look back again on something we have already
    • with our entire organism. And when we look more closely, when we try,
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    • seem to you at first, you will always find this fact when you look at
    • element. But you need to understand a method of looking at these
    • look more lightly on the ideas of ordinary life. And therefore, anyone
    • not terrestrial. In other words, we must not merely look on the earth
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    • There is a curious fact brought out here. If we look at fluids
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    • our looking upon it as really a product of some more widely embracing
    • formulae as they are given may be looked upon as representing a
    • form, that is the sphere, and becomes a gas. If we wish to look
    • rightly on the gas we must look upon it as a form, but as a negative
    • we have to look beyond the heat region for something. Between this X
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    • If we look in an unbiased manner on gaseous or aeriform bodies we can
    • corresponds to form in the solid, we must look for it in condensation
    • must look in this X region for something corresponding to but beyond
    • considerations.) I must look for something else there in the X region,
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    • There we have the noteworthy fact before our eyes that we look through
    • as a matter of fact, look into a realm here that underlies the world
    • We might look long into such a solid system, and the most varied
    • only makes the phenomenon visible. Looking on these polarization
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    • look at human nature in an unprejudiced way, you have to ask
    • to that which we find active in our wills. Heat may be thus looked
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    • picture of the realm immediately above it, then you must look in the
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    • is whether we have to look for the explanation of transparency of
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    • This is the question that presents itself when we look over the whole
    • look for a fall in the column of the thermometer. (the thermometer
    • force us to ring time concepts into the picture. When you look at a
    • physics was valid; and, looking forward, there will be a time when a
    • constitution of the sun and that we can look upon the sun as governed
    • longer observe the world process as we usually look at the spectrum,
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    • air outside of us. This must be looked upon as nonsense.
    • spread in all directions. We must look for a mirroring of the
    • we do not realize that we should look into the outer world, that is
    • these things that today we look for under the microscope where they
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture I: The Three Steps of Anthroposophy
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    • this was looked upon as the astral being in man. It was not
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture III: Methods of Imaginative, Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge or Cognition
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    • with a relative objectivity. We look at it (our organism) and in the
    • consciousness. The spiritual outlook which we have won is like the new
    • This spiritual outlook, thus attained, differs from the imaginative.
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    • Look at a human corpse. It has the shape and the limbs of a man, but
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    • look up to Him who before the event of the mystery of Golgotha had
  • Title: Philosophy/Cosmology/Religion: Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • man's experiences. We must look at this union in its details. Let us
    • organism. In this state a man looks upon himself as a moral being as
    • in earthly life he looked upon himself as a physical being. He now has
    • looks upon his astral organism. But the spiritual-cosmic world breaks
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    • future physical earth-organism. Man then still has a tendency to look
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • to become ever more familiar with outer, physical reality. Look back
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    • for the spiritual worlds. A person may look more handsome when he has
    • its center in itself, in the realm that is invisible. We must look for
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    • art in the structure of the human body. That this body looks and feels
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    • are looking, which, let us say, depicts martyrdom. We do not feel the
    • everything when he is looking into the astral world. So it is, too,
    • Picture to yourselves a clairvoyant looking from Devachan at a battle.
    • is how such a battle would appear to a clairvoyant looking from Devachan.
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    • of indifference whether the eye is looking at red or blue. It is here
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    • body to which it is now possible to look back with occult sight; this
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture VII: Evolutionary Stages of our Earth before the Lemurian Epoch
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    • allow himself to be directed and led by them. When he was looking for
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    • beyond their control. Let us be clear that when we look at a locomotive
    • their vehicles. When the clairvoyant looks back to that epoch, he sees
    • population in ancient Atlantis. They were simple people who were looked
    • also looked down with disparagement upon the small number of those who
    • people; today, too, the proud bearers of our culture look down upon
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    • characteristics of our spiritual ideals for the future by looking back into
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    • Theosophical Movement to look for these forms in the various
    • earnest sympathy and devotion, that which we are wont to look upon as
    • student was already able to look back at his life from the other
    • absolute and ceaseless love, was looked upon by the Persians as
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    • themselves, flowed through to mankind. So we can look back from our
    • one who is able to look at history with different means can gain
    • To really understand Christmas one must look back to that turning
    • ancient India the wise Rishis looked back to a time when the sexes did
    • looked back to a primeval man, known in occult teachings as Adam
    • Parsis, looked back to the epoch in which the two sexes were born out
    • pre-historical times. It only became necessary for people to look up
    • Mediterranean countries. Let us look at one of these Mystery temples.
    • looking within himself for redemption, for the third divine principle
    • pre-ordained by the eternal world order, in the Trinity. Man looked up
    • What does the name “Sun Runner” signify? If you were to look back into
    • When we look at the fourth post-Atlantean period and compare it with
    • of mankind, to whom mankind will look in gratitude and veneration. The
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    • Thou grantest me to look in her deep breast
    • and moon belong. When man looks up to the sun or the moon, what he
    • When we look up from the soul of man to the course of the sun in the
    • In looking up to the sun, the sages and their followers said, “You are
    • the sixth degree, and as a result, they were looked up to as holy men,
    • perspective we look into the divine world order, into the revelation
    • and its glory in heavenly heights, when we look out upon the future of
    • tasks for everyday life, we can look to these focal points to what
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    • Look up! — The peaks, gigantic and supernal,
    • Thus they learned to look up to the highest ideal of mankind, to the
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    • but will only be clear that occult sight is able to look behind the
    • we can look with occult vision at external nature in her colors,
    • morally? What does this imply? First of all, looking away from the
    • heaven. We look upwards into this blue heaven spread out above us
    • Or again we may look at a wide stretch of white snow. In the same way
    • as when we look behind the physical body of man we come to the etheric
    • class of beings which we find there, we can only describe if we look
    • world; facts which are evident to us when we look into the depths of
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    • memory, the power of looking back and not losing consciousness of the
    • if we look at the matter objectively; for what we have accomplished in
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    • Now if we look with occult vision into the world hidden behind the
    • flowers; when I look at it, it gives me joy,” he does not simply
    • spiritual worlds above them when they look into themselves; they then
    • look away from all that our senses can see externally, all that our
    • look at what we generally have in our inner being, our sorrows and
    • under a definite leadership. If he then looks with occult vision upon
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    • in his ordinary condition of consciousness, looking at the things of
    • stage, he can only make use of his astral body in order to look into
    • consciousness, look into the spiritual world. If a man learns to use
    • for any intellect, for any eye, to look into the human heart, to gaze
    • change. But if you look at a being of the Second Hierarchy with occult
    • has form, and if we look away from all the other parts of the being
    • to the form of the flower, to the form of the fruit. If we look at the
    • worlds, we find, when we look at the elements, which are of importance
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    • we thus dive down into a foreign being, we succeed in looking upon our
    • does not then look upon this being from within himself; he does not
    • but he knows himself to be one with this being, and he looks back upon
    • himself from within it. Just as formerly he looked upon a foreign
    • he looks out from within the foreign being, and sees himself as a
    • with the plant, and from the plant look out upon ourselves; —
    • so that his look can tell us of the sorrows and experiences of
    • decades; and this look can make such an impression on us that it
    • such a look or imagine that such a wise man does not speak to us in
    • when we look at them with occult vision; but there is a difference.
    • they create and which becomes a world, and it is not when they look
    • into themselves but when they look out of themselves upon the world
    • to human eyes and senses is his physical body. Thus we look upon the
    • while man has his individual principles which we cannot look upon as
    • look up to that which we shall only gradually attain in future
    • earth-lives, so do these beings look up to That which towers above the
    • were, do these beings look up from their Seraphic Principle as we out
    • occultist when he looks up to the Seraphim, we try to grasp such means
    • Father.” If therefore we look up to a being whose highest content
    • Spirit, Son, and Father. When we look up to such a being with occult
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    • as it were, leaving themselves open to the free outlook towards the
    • with we will consider Saturn as the outermost. If we look at Saturn
    • globe, for we have to do with a very flattened ball, a lens. Looked at
    • sloping lines). Looked at from the side, we should have to draw
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    • When with our ordinary normal consciousness we look out into cosmic
    • bodies. We will, to begin with, look away from everything else in the
    • and look away from the humanity dwelling upon it — on our earth
    • it looks upon the development of a people through its Folk-soul,
    • find again these same distinctive forces when we look upon that which
    • made on one who looks at a human corpse, a physical body, the bearer
    • a number of plant-forms, we must look away from these plants which we
    • have observed with occult vision look away from the physical
    • realizes that when we look up to the fixed star, what we perceive as
    • the physical body. We then gain the knowledge that when we look at the
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    • cosmos, is of significance to man's outlook, to his perception and
    • which is immediately before your eyes. You only look at that with the
    • only possible by first looking away from the moon; for the ordinary
    • planet, into its earlier conditions. The question now is: Can we look
    • As a second attempt of occult observation we must once more look away
    • vision if we look away from our present-day planetary system, and only
    • look for the group-egos of the plants in the same sphere as the astral
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    • time: “Indeed you Anthroposophists look at the matter as though
    • looked away from the fact that the forces which create those forms
    • must look upon the group-souls of the animals as the offspring of the
    • look into the depths of the worlds becoming. All occult truths show us
    • if we look them impartially in the face. This had to be added to what
    • convinces us how, rightly looked at, the cosmos everywhere offers us
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    • this formation as suitable to the mineral nature. If we look at a
    • to what it really is that we see when we look at the sun. We pointed
    • star; what we see when we look at the fixed star is the actual
    • system; we must look upon it as something which works into the
    • In this way it is possible to look back to the streaming in of the
    • the planetary system; in other words, we have to look upon the comets
    • doctrine of the ancient Hebrews looked up to the Sun, saying: In the
    • opened through the Spirits of Wisdom, if the sun is looked upon with
    • every theme leads us to look up from the physical to the spiritual.
    • look up to these worlds, however, and see within them, That which
    • thus look out into the spaces of heaven, we can, through such
    • dwell in the North or in the South, East or West. But when we look
    • Anthroposophy to look in an unbiased manner upon all which speaks
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    • Ninth Commandment. Do not look begrudgingly upon what your fellowman
    • Tenth Commandment. Do not look begrudgingly upon the wife of your
    • became necessary to tell them that they were no longer to look up
    • gods, but into their own souls. Looking into one's soul with devotion
    • weak. It is the same in the tenth Commandment should a man look with
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    • live in themselves in man; for this to occur he must look up to higher
    • barely perceptible, may not be overlooked and lost to mankind, and
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    • time, our epoch. We need only look about us in the world and try to
    • for the children. From fourteen to twenty-one, man would have looked
    • then in the second seven years a looking up to authority, then in the
    • If we, in the post-Atlantean time, look back into the ancient sacred
    • of his soul, he would have said: “We look up to the spiritual
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    • comparative religion have a secret outlook on religions; they regard
    • to do with the gods and with the Luciferic beings, who look down, so
    • — because we looked as through a window into the spiritual worlds
    • to look on. This is what the initiation-principle gives as Christian
    • affair on earth and allowed men to look on. Therefore that which
    • The last culture epoch before the Graeco-Latin looked up to Christ, to
    • deal here on earth, because they now looked more on this world than on
    • Just as the Egyptian learned to look up to death when he thought of
    • future earth-development can proceed. The Egyptian had looked up to
    • after death; in the fourth post-Atlantean period man looked upon the
    • educator. I look upon that which was before my birth, which placed me
    • Thus did the men of the fourth post-Atlantean period look up to Jesus
    • will look up to the Christ in the succession of incarnations, when
    • But Christianity does not look upon the Christ as a personality, as
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    • heel. Not only does one notice how it directs its physical look, but
    • cosmic order. But, when we look back into the life before birth and
    • view unless he can see beyond birth and death, if he does not look
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    • these abstract, intellectualistic concepts, we look at pre-earthly
    • thinking until we look upon it as the residue of the pre-earthly
    • thinking, just as we look upon the corpse as the residue of a living
    • then will one look upon oneself in the right way as a human being;
    • then will one look back in the right way to the pre-earthly existence
    • as one looks back from the corpse, in which only the forces of nature
    • Indeed, if we look further back in the course of evolution, we find
    • earthly consciousness, but must look upward to the pre-earthly
    • the earth as earthly human beings, we look up to the sun, we form
    • of immortality. This outlook is bestowed upon humanity through viewing
    • manifestation of Christ just as much as what we gain when we look into
    • existence; we look already toward a new earth.
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    • look at the world from every standpoint. But people today do not want
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    • wider outlook. Allow me to say a few words about the inner
    • something. They have been looking in those who taught them, for real
    • met men in whom they did not find what they were looking for. These
    • are not looking for libraries or research institutes. They are
    • looking in libraries for — it is almost beyond one to say the
    • word — they are looking for human beings — and they find,
    • well, they find librarians! They are looking in the scientific
    • look at my book, Occult Science, it will be brought home to you.
    • striving for community among young people. People are looking for
    • am not overlooking its great merits — will, in spite of
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    • in order to find our bearings we may turn back, look back, rather,
    • about the world is looked upon today as mere phantasy, as not
    • belonging to reality. You need only look at the literature of olden
    • materialistic education of the West. If we look into it, we get a
    • they would look like! It is a very good thing that babies are still
    • what really matters is that in our whole way of looking at the world
    • looks at them they seem no less outrageous than the sketches which
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    • felt: “When it began man no longer looked at the immediate and
    • you call the experiences of youth, unless you look into this
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    • on what is this difference really based? Let us look into the depths
    • men were no longer aware of a real light when they looked into their
    • plants and the clouds; when he looked into his inner being, there
    • proofs for the existence of God shows, if one looks at the facts
    • perceived nothing when they looked within themselves. They preserved
    • that when we look at a corpse we know that it cannot have its form
    • living human being. In the same way, looked at impartially, man's
    • present task. To anyone looking at it without prejudice, intellectual
    • have to tear out from their heart what is living. Many still overlook
    • experience. If we look at outer Nature, we reach first Imagination,
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    • looks at his epoch, he should not only bear in mind the generation
    • here we must look still more deeply into the human soul than I have
    • growing child, when looked at with this consciousness, reveals from
    • method. All that is necessary is to look in some book or other; there
    • something quite different. It really says: Man! look around you at
    • sun and experience one of the cosmic mysteries. Let him look into his
    • You will also ask, looking into the future: “What living forces
    • must I release in myself to look rightly upon those who are coming
    • after me?” For they in turn will look back to those who were
    • look at the demands the young make on the old, but also be able to
    • look at the still undefined demands raging around us with tremendous
    • only opposition against the old, but a creative looking forward, is
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    • was eager to discuss many questions. One could look forward to such
    • many theosophists were looking in their theosophy for a kind of
    • look at the way in which they did so. By inventing the maddest
    • what allegories, what symbols! Looked at from the biology of the life
    • imperative to become familiar with these moods by looking from every
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    • us look into the soul of a man who before this date lived into the
    • out of our childhood from the depths of the soul. We must look to the
    • You need only look at certain scientific books of the first third of
    • thought; you need only look, for instance, into the physiological
    • insistence: Where can we look to fill the soul with Spirit? And from
    • content with a science bereft of Spirit. And when one looks into
    • others of a deeper nature looked with disturbed feelings upon the
    • one of them. He spoke somewhat as follows: One can look more and more
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    • always so. If we look back before the first third of the fifteenth
    • know this out of their own feeling, it is a good reason for looking
    • must look at life, not at theories, when one seeks to encompass the
    • great problems of world-culture. If one really looks into life today
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    • especially with Inspiration, we can look back much further into human
    • we look at the human being with less superficiality than is often
    • look deeply into our own life.
    • spiritual life. What did the young say when they looked at the
    • approximate. A man who looks back to the period of his forty-ninth,
    • apparatus that wants simply to look at things. Man can live only by
    • assume that philosophers would say: One must look into this Eurythmy
    • this because they look for the artistic in the trivial, in the
    • means to look at black, red, green, yellow, white. Let us call up in
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    • of the hands, every look, through the very stressing of words.
    • we were to look for the reason why such people, not through their
    • able in a natural way to look up to someone in authority whom they
    • would it be like were the little child not to change, were he to look
    • culture. He said: When one looks at human beings today, they cannot
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    • epoch of culture men overlooked all they saw in the outer world and
    • beings who felt in this way to look out into Nature at animals,
    • same time more intense. In a certain sense human beings looked
    • physiognomy, or through a flower. They looked at something that was
    • to look through the outer perceptible to the spirit and soul within.
    • the ancient Indian. He did not look at man's ego. His language
    • councilor. For the man walked differently, his look was different, he
    • looked out at the world. Still more so with the eyes of Shakespeare.
    • unconsciously frightened look. At least once in their lives they had
    • this frightened look. Goethe had it. Lessing had it. Herder had it.
    • an outlook where there is as little talk about education as there was
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    • soulless observation of the body is unable to look through the bodily
    • for sense perception or for thinking, we have to look far back into
    • entirely wrong to look for a uniform evolutionary history of the whole
    • If you look at a human head today, you will not at once discover
    • the one hand, man looked into the world and saw what he could receive
    • must become capable of looking at the human being in such a way that
    • spiritual; Michael must permeate us as the strong power which can look
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    • of the upward trend by looking upon that which leads the human being
    • forms. We must learn to look upon the human being of the future. This
    • battle of the beautiful with the ugly. For only by looking upon the
    • If we look back into pre-Christian times we shall find that God's
    • have learned through modern civilization chiefly to look upon thought,
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    • (which need not have been acquired in the Mysteries) could look
    • factually upon their own self are able in the present age to look back
    • ripe, in regard to its corporeality, to look back upon its previous
    • look back; it then will sense this faculty only as a deficiency.
    • same time I look at my outer surroundings: my thinking, my visualizing
    • nature; but just look at this or that process in nature: it does not
    • burning: Where must we look for this inner mediation? We can only find
    • If we know this and then look upon the appearance of atheism, upon the
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    • look back into the evolution of the Earth, we find the
    • hate, look for the love of one class, search among you for the love of
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    • unity precisely in sense perception. If we no longer look at nature
    • consciousness that with every look we direct outward, with every tone
    • become but conscious of it. If I look at a flame, close my eyes, let
    • material and the spiritual, but we must look for the spiritual in the
    • overlook trifles, but that we should also consider the small impulses
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    • Feeling is not within the conceptions, but we look from conceptions
    • upon feeling just as we look back, after awakening, upon the dream.
    • morning one should remain quiet for a moment and refrain from looking
    • darkened room and not look out of the window immediately upon awaking.
    • and to look in his special, individual life for the thought with which
    • the human soul. It is imperative today that men look for spiritual
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    • of hindrance, prevent us from looking for the spiritual in our grasp
    • of the forties. You can imagine how differently one looks at the
    • looks back upon this flaming up. This flaming up greatly resembles the
    • characterized causes an inward overlooking of the sharp angles and
    • contours of life. But if we overlook the sharp angles and contours of
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    • she looked at it, the fingers changed into little snakes tipped
    • is, however, very peculiar, when you look at the subject more
    • cause? He projects it outwardly, that is to say he looks
    • certain sense they are right to look down upon this dreadful
    • the subconscious — and they do see it — they look
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    • expedient. The subconsciousness looked beyond all the
    • you wish to look into the heart of things you will come upon
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    • nose or forehead looks, and so forth. Only when someone steps
    • we looked into the physical world and saw besides ordinary
    • way: If we look over our life we find in it two distinctly
    • we may look around a little in our lives. That is a useful
    • it were by a mere look, banish it, drive it away, simply by the
    • that by means of this experiment we accustom ourselves to look
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    • us suppose that a clairvoyant looks at a rose with his
    • existence. He will be looking into the elemental world,
    • himself: Do not look with your inner sight at what seems to be
    • looks like is seen in a spiritual picture. The human
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    • can, as it were, look back, through a corresponding development
    • look from the present metabolic system forward to the head
    • strengthened, through which we look out with our senses at our
    • on the other hand, through such an enlarged vision we look more
    • organism, and so forth. Looking at them within, you reach a
    • knowledge of the heart rather lightly. It looks upon the heart
    • if we look into its interior we see gathered there forces which
    • life extending beyond birth and death. We look then into the
    • If we look at them more from the outside, we must
    • with upper and netherworld. People of today nearly always look
    • Think how differently we must accustom ourselves to look upon
    • However, if you look into your own hearts you can see pretty
    • Hence when you search for the future of the world you must look
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    • stand, to look a little into the future, and then ask ourselves: What
    • We could also look back in another way into past epochs of human
    • people, that he who will only look, can still today perceive the last
    • which looks to the spirit, and overcomes just that which arises from
    • Here we must look to the most striking new quality of man's soul,
    • often said to him: “Look, if you earnestly believe this as a
    • still looked into the spiritual world through their old, dreamy
    • independent individualities, they will look back and say: You were
    • an inner human being; one looks back, and remembers as a group-ego,
    • terrible for the sixth period of time; to be unable to look back to
    • have come from out the past, and then look a little into the future,
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    • photograph. People notice what the photograph looks like, and say: Now
    • Palestine. And so these people said: We must look up with all the
    • dim clairvoyance compared with those of today. They could not look out
    • were built on the old clairvoyance, looked up to the highest, then he
    • to me in the spirit, if, without looking outwards, I let the
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    • look into many things which should be imparted to us through the
    • look into many things for which the superficial world of the present
    • less the possibility of looking into the spiritual world. Nothing
    • power of stretching out its forces like tentacles, to look
    • pointed, indeed, to secrets of soul. We have in the soul, when we look
    • works at the plough in the old Persian agriculture. He looks like a
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    • outlook, and on the other to a fatalistic philosophy, although
    • him, and his outlook; and we can then consider other
    • one gets if on the one hand, he looks at the world and sees
    • so, from our point of view, we can look back on St. Augustine
    • standpoint, one must sharply look to this. — that he
    • see hew from the standpoint we have acquired to-day we can look
    • Saint-Simon, assumes that man no longer looks on demons, no
    • longer looks to metaphysical concepts when seeking the basis of
    • abstract, but to look at it quite unprejudiced, and then such
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    • contacting is not possible unless one looks more closely into
    • horizon looks bigger than when high up in the heavens. One
    • that bridge my dear friends because he cannot look into the
    • look into a mirror which reflects me, I am bound to the image
    • man of old could look to his nationality, because he saw it
    • working in the world. We must look certain facts full in the
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    • characteristic, which we understand if we look back to the Atlantean
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    • the external wisdom, looked upon the ancient wisdom, which had
    • second stage of interpretation; to-day we will look at the third.
    • look into the future of humanity, then he can undergo the testing
    • first come out of himself, broaden his view, by looking back on the
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    • pass over gradually from the priestly outlook to that of the world. A
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    • bound up with the fact that man at that time looked quite different
    • explain the reasons therefore, we shall be able to look more deeply
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    • Ardent souls will then come into existence, souls who look up to the
    • Initiates look out into the far future and see how human beings are
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    • life, but we must look for them at the right spots.
    • pedantic thoughts about it, but we must look for the duality and
    • Now let us look back
    • plate of glass and look through it. The world will appear yellow
    • behind. With this we touch the edge of a world secret. You look at
    • this, a good explanation, looks like Steiner, but Felix Hau,
    • myself did not take a look in the book, but I feel completely
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    • there in nature. Let us look back to an earlier time when there were
    • those who would find God must look for him in his works that are
    • the world. Everyone, when he looks back, sees that he has gone
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    • is pain’ and that I said: ‘Let us look at those who, in
    • look for the spheres of the spiritual hierarchies — there
    • looked upwards to the spaces of heaven, to the spiritual hierarchies,
    • of what is seen by our own physical sight when it looks into depths
    • of Atlantis; when they looked upwards, they did not see
    • then beheld. When looking to-day with one's physical eye
    • we look at to-day with our physical eyes? The Atlantean's eyes
    • if we looked at a light through a thick autumn fog. The eye of the
    • physical eye was not yet opened as it is to-day. Looking into the
    • when man looks at the outer space of the world and his physical eye
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    • the knowledge and understanding of all life, then we must look around
    • The ancient teachers may have spoken thus: ‘Look at that
    • were to look into the world spaces illuminated through and through by
    • condense into gas, gas into liquid, liquid into solid. ‘Look
    • backwards,’ says the spiritual scientist, look at any solid
    • Let us now look around at our world: we see solid rocks, flowing
    • life of bewitchment. We can say looking around us: ‘These
    • or anything of that kind. He looks at it. What happens when a man
    • were before. What does a man do when, in looking at some outer object
    • understand this? He said: ‘If thou lookest upon the outer world
    • condition of their soul, through the bright way they look upon the
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    • first planet to which we look back when speaking of incarnations of
    • which they lived, gradually changed. If we look back at ancient
    • following: You know that there is a difference for you when you look
    • crust. If you could have seen it from outside, it would have looked
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    • in names people looked for the expression of the things represented;
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    • the Dominions, Mights, and Potentates? We must look for them inside
    • boundary, we must look for the Dominions, Mights and Potentates, or
    • the fight of Heaven. Look at that heavenly battlefield! Only in the
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    • clairvoyance can look at their past incarnations.
    • a reality for those who can look into actual spiritual existence; it
    • result, the product, of thought. Let us look at it once from the
    • You must look on the earth as the Starting Point surrounded by a
    • time to overlook the spiritual world but then people bethought
    • also was once an astronomical Mythology, and will not look upon our
    • superstitions look upon their forefathers.
    • as to teach it to these small children. Hence, we look back into old
    • illusion. He looked like other men, but he was something quite
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    • been often said — must not be looked upon as something new that
    • there is of him upon earth, does not look as if it belonged to a spiritual
    • Being. When you meet a man and you look at him, you see he has his
    • If you want to look for an Angel, you must keep in mind that his
    • these, you have to look for the physical body of Angelic beings. The
    • which stands next above man. One has to look clairvoyantly into the
    • varied way in water, air, and fire. But if you want to look for the
    • when we look for it in two places, and realise, that it is not the
    • lived within them. Therefore, these great leaders could look back
    • when we look back to earlier undeveloped men, that among these men we
    • should look into this wonderful complexity of the human nature. Many
    • Individualities to whom we look back into former times can only be
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    • consider in the study of spiritual science. For we do not look on the
    • only because you are looking at it through an illuminated space of
    • you looked at it through a space full of light? It would appear
    • looks blue in the middle and around it there is a kind of radiance. I
    • blue. Therefore, Saturn seems a blue globe when you look at it. All
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    • process of Saturn came to an end with the Sun, so that when we look
    • existence to that law. When you look at the Milky Way, stretching
    • piece the formation of the human body, and when we look up to that
    • this human development? Look backwards in spirit to the Atlantean and
    • Lemurian times, and then look forwards! Man receives the physical
    • Now if we look back at the many things which have passed before our
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    • entire population. You know what such a town looks like after a short
    • sadness looking at the ‘Last Supper’ by Leonardo da
    • who, so to speak, looked at the way the hindrances
    • later for the propagation of Christianity. Look at the founders of
    • their teaching acted on men in an overwhelming way. Look at the
    • Christianity, did he rely on its teaching? Look at the Apostle Paul!
    • from some of the Angels. He can say to himself, looking into the
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    • fruit of the cross; it is that, which always calls out to us: ‘Look
    • work; then look from your failures to the cross, and remember that on
    • people who look at the future with full understanding know that
    • look up in full devotion, and add to it that which could be given to
    • We look up to Phosphoros, the Light-bearer; and indeed we revere this
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    • as some imperfect thing to be looked down upon, but as the temple
    • future before us, and to look without fear and horror upon what we
    • looking into the spiritual worlds, those worlds which in a certain
    • who wish to look through the veil which in the shape of the earthly
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    • being and passing away. Look where we will in the physical world we
    • must look through his conscience into the higher worlds in the same
    • fire, but to look through it to the spirits of the element of fire.
    • the Old Moon period and look at what happened in this connection
    • a spiritual seer looks back to the time preceding the Christ event, a
    • that they all lead up to the Christ event. Just as men of today look
    • justified, when they looked still more deeply into existence, in
    • looks towards that which will come to pass in the future. What the
    • from this point let us look at the wisdom of different epochs in a
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    • those individuals who looked at things in the concrete and not in the
    • under another form in ancient times, if we look for them there. It is
    • breathe as we do today. Humanity may look up to this being forever
    • days when seers of ancient India looked up to him with reverence. Now
    • evolution manifest itself if we look back upon it with spiritual
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    • the outer senses of external perception their tendency was to look
    • people was to look more to the outer world, and to advance towards
    • Europe, but the tendency of them all was to look more towards the
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    • in a certain sense able to look out towards the external world of the
    • feelings of the ancient Indian when he looked out at the sense world,
    • higher principles in higher worlds. The Indian, looking into this
    • designated as ‘Tat’ is also to be found by a man looking
    • following: ‘When I look out into the world of “Tat”
    • outer and of the inner was the typical outlook of the soul; and it is
    • divine spiritual beings to which men of ancient times looked up to as
    • very ancient times, we find that the soul looking outwards sees the
    • external spiritual world, and looking inwards, sees the inner divine
    • initiation, look into a region where Jehovah was not merely an idea,
    • etc., and to our more modern mystics. Here are men who look down into
    • their own souls. Just as in ancient times men looked within
    • holy Rishis of antiquity looked up into the spiritual worlds they
    • outer world which we behold when we look through the tapestry of the
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    • all looked as if they were burning, and a fine misty smoke arose out
    • was in a certain sense differently organised, his outlook was
    • different. What man's outlook then was can only be definitely
    • man looks out into the world today he perceives it through his
    • that of sight. It is evident that as regards hearing, if we look in
    • external processes. Such distinctions as these are readily overlooked
    • consciousness of the whole outer world, could not have overlooked
    • way of looking at the world.
    • Look into the eastern writings and see how the Elements are there
    • mankind, if we look at things from the only real point of view —
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    • in this world is complicated and may be looked at from many different
    • event of the withdrawal of the moon. If at first we look only at
    • Persian civilisation of Zarathustra. Zarathustra looked up to the sun
    • numbers of men on looking into the innermost part of their souls will
    • Christ to regain a way of feeling, of looking at things, which
    • looked all around him at the cosmic totality of the thought of the
    • not require logic. The old Indian did not require logic for he looked
    • the gods. He looked into this web of thought, which appeared to him
    • be held in the hand, and said: ‘Look at these lumps of earth;
    • felt himself to be confronted by two powers. If he looked up to that
    • mystery of Ahura Mazdao; if he looked inwards he found himself by the
    • Zarathustra looked up, but they turned their visions to spheres which
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    • We look back at earlier incarnations of man, of races and
    • that since the earth goes through various embodiments we have to look
    • way in the study of the Karma of an individual by trying to look at
    • man of the present day and looking back at his three former
    • advent of the Christ-impulse, it is a fact that when a man looked
    • the Bodhisattvas. All the ages have looked up to the Bodhisattvas.
    • The holy Rishis, Zarathustra, Hermes and Moses looked up to them —
    • individuals looked who wished to receive and could receive the
    • upon this we are looking at the Bodhisattvas. Now in post-Atlantean
    • look up to the living being, to the life-source of our earth, we must
    • look at the incarnation in which was embodied not a Bodhisattva (in
    • with the spiritual eyes of the Bodhisattvas look up to Christ, then
    • participant in Christ, but to understand Him, we must not only look
    • people. But that was not to continue. The outlook of man had to be
    • Zarathustra. These were looked up to as the great Teachers of the
    • had some knowledge of initiation looked into the changing ages and
    • point to which mankind will look up as it did to the great
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • there overlook the whole landscape. The details will be indistinct
    • learned to look into the spiritual worlds. As much of such matters as
    • which all these elements are consolidated. If we look into the human
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    • sentient soul it is subconscious. Now, when we look at an object with
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • region where the senses themselves are located. You cannot look into
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    • ever to come into being at all it would have to look as it does. It
    • does look that way, and that is evidence proffered by the world of
    • perception, so that man could look at his thoughts. That was a form
    • out precisely through embryology how prehistoric man never looked. He
    • they show us how we never looked. But that is something that can be
    • were rightly guided by their natural sense of truth. They would look,
    • group souls that endow man with speech? Let us look at the earth in
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • typically magnificent soul life as Goethe's that we look upon it as
    • you are absorbed, the greater is this opportunity. Looking back at
    • place in the soul. You look at the tree; the tree is green. The
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    • When you look at a work of art, can you say that it
    • looking at a work of art as when confronting any other object. When
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    • to exist? There is a tremendous difference in the way we look at the
    • walking through a picture gallery and stop to look at a picture. At
    • looking into a mirror. If nothing is behind you, you see nothing but
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    • That is the way visualization looks in such systems of
    • onlooker, so that in Aristotle's philosophy nothing of the
    • the soul must look to this one life of today and base all future
    • progress on it, so what remains is the spirit looking back after
    • Now imagine a spirit looking back upon physical
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    • spiritual-scientific way of looking at the world, he will for the
    • example. Now, red roses don't grow on a black cross; looked at from
    • higher one looks, the more everything of a material character
    • participate, so to speak, in so far as we look up from the man of the
    • super-sensible part, but then we must look down on what we had been,
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    • Frohschammer, “look upon everything connected with the
    • arrogance, haughtiness, looks gigantic to him, while everything that
    • for working out what has been offered. You will need to look about in
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Festival: A Token of the Victory of the Sun
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    • looks up to the Sun, or to the Moon, he should not only see external
    • our forefathers looked up with such veneration and the very soul of
    • men of old looked upwards to the Sun, they said to their disciples:
    • were looked upon as holy men, as Ideals, and it was said that if a Sun
    • the following way. — There was a time when those whom we look upon
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    • Look up! — The giant peaks that rise supernal
    • to look upwards to this supreme Ideal of humanity, to the time when
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • and strength. We are led to the first source when we look out into
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    • was the situation: The eye of earth looked up to the heavens, beholding the
  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • The truth is that between sleeping and waking we look back, feel back,
    • shepherds now induces us to look at the world with the cold detachment
    • single, self-contained unity not looking beyond their own boundaries
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    • fact. Men looked back through birth and through conception, up into
    • Mystery of Golgotha. We can look with love to the Babe in the manger,
    • Being with the man Jesus of Nazareth. Nor can we look up into the
    • men looked up to the starry worlds and saw in the courses and
    • to look with unprejudiced eyes, the old meaning is still discernible.
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    • Golgotha was averse from looking at the many distorted portrayals of
    • spiritual science have come to life, to look up to the Christ as a
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • body would have looked like an astral body of the Old Persian period.
    • the others. Outwardly he looked like other men, but inwardly he was
    • he must not look around him; for that would mean inner death; —
    • Devachan or world of Reason. When there he looks into higher worlds,
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • entirely new outlook on life. That is why we will to-day give a little
    • education in hand to look out for the result. In this way karma
    • serves to show that we should not only look as far as the end of our
    • importance of looking up in feeling to some being or some phenomenon
    • spiritual!’ — We can reply: ‘Look at the starry
    • heavens! Could you create those? Look at that wisdom-filled structure
    • understanding has not yet grown up to, but to which we can look
    • so much we can look up to and venerate, without being able to
    • we look for it, is clearly and distinctly to be observed. It was
    • not realised to-day. It has become the custom to look down on these
    • to intervene and heal us. When we look back at those incarnations we
    • we must look upon the illness, karmically, as something which will in
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • If we look back at much of what we have learnt as the years went by,
    • we look back beyond the Atlantean into the Lemurian age, we come to
    • Now if we look back to the pre-Christian time, we must say that when
    • never have looked upon that as a loss, as the end of an existence he
    • then bestowed on men; they were able to look up into a spiritual
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    • Thus the old Jewish secret doctrine looks back to an ancestor of
    • must say that we look back to ancient times, when man ascended to the
    • or God-filled, who, while they could no longer look outside for help
    • brought into connection with the earth; he must look up to the renewed
    • which will come, but which might be overlooked and suppressed.
    • look up, after first having acquired a sense and an understanding for
    • in this look upon it as matter of the first importance whether the
    • Only if we look upon Anthroposophy in this way and inscribe it in our
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • Man is born out of the whole Cosmos; he must look up it to as to his
    • capable of that! For we must say that even though the apes look as
    • through his mental outlook and even through his sense-perceptions,
    • the earth to one who can look out into the infinite distances of
    • look for it we must make ourselves to some slight extent acquainted,
    • develop a dense material form. When we look back not only do we find
    • The Spiritual behind the material form does not look like that,
    • Science, but also for thinking along those lines. But we must not look
    • rather should we look upon it as all the more significant that there
    • saw it in dream-like ecstatic conditions, or by looking into his own
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    • looking at things and speaking of them in one way only, though that
    • fruits are his, it will be something upon which man can look back,
    • that! Just as we now look back at a time when our souls were in other
    • times our souls will look back at the present time and exclaim: Hail
    • Christ. Look where you will in the old Testament for a word
    • instead of contemplating short spans of time we look at great periods,
    • could both look upon and feel themselves as men, as human individuals.
    • the type of man who looks to himself, who finds the strongest support
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    • aright. We only do this if we look upon it as an historical necessity
    • the spirit — if it looks to the spirit which shows itself, and
    • looks with his eyes; he does not see the reality when he looks at what
    • the longing for existence! No! Thou must look upon the life on earth
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    • man looks inward, into himself, and only there, when he finds the
    • are able to look backward and remember that with all that is
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    • that at spiritual birth one becomes young. In fact, the more we look
    • but one who is able to look into the deeper secrets of humanity will
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    • We might look for these forces on the earth with every kind of
    • grandeur, of reverent awe, come over us when we look up into the
    • them individually. What we are looking for is the unity that is
    • Look for the same thing in any other denominational creed, and the
    • principle in himself, who looks for the Christ principle in a
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    • with people, and they cannot be altered. One looks back and unfolds
    • the earth. We look back towards the Sun, and this is the beginning of
    • Sun, we gazed towards the Sun. The Sun is now below us, and we look
    • when one looks at these four figures they appear anything but a cold
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    • changing anything. Things must take their course, regardless. We look
    • theoretical. We must learn to look through the words to the essence
    • figures. The artistic element in these figures is usually overlooked.
    • Now let us look at the figure of “Day.” This is no barren
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    • can mean for us. We look in all directions and feel the power of
    • may be looked upon as the good karma that blesses and accompanies our
    • philosophic outlook. Those who share the same world-conception are
    • as moral impulses. Looking up to the starry heavens we may say that
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    • things that could happen from which he is protected! We overlook them
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    • The seer who is able to look into the spiritual worlds also gradually
    • look at a soul that has gone through the gate of death. Let us take
    • able to look into the spiritual worlds to find this soul and a
    • look up to the heavens, they only see stars externally in their
    • vault spread out above us, the sun that is shining. We look out and
    • The moment to which we look back as the first occasion on which we
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    • If the seer looks back into the lives of such souls before death, he
    • physical body. Looking back, one gains the impression that the
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    • during the first stages after death, an individual looks back in
    • is incapable of looking at the world in an open, unbiased way. Souls
    • boundaries. If we look back into previous embodiments of such people,
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    • What I want to say is that when one looks today at the figure of
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    • If one is able to look into the spiritual worlds where man dwells
    • that when he looked down on the earth he was unable to find the souls
    • would find that the souls of men were able to look down from the
    • If one seeks to look down upon it, the earth offers a special aspect.
    • One has the urge to look down. The urge to remember the earth
    • to look back.
    • When the seer looks at the life of the Buddha and then follows it
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    • form of looking back upon one's own being. One only knows what
    • of ourselves, a larger portion when we look in the mirror, but that
    • Christianity only if we look upon each individual as a Christian in
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    • totally devoid of human souls and he is forced to look back on his
    • dwells outside his skin, his earthly existence looks quite different.
    • of looking back at the previous earth life. The tableau in the Akasha
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    • intellectual life to an outlook which is still shared by many persons
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • it. We know how it looks and we can rest comfortably in our thoughts,
    • century it was looked upon as immensely clever. But what should we be
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    • Equally Justified World Outlooks.
    • If you look at all this with method and logic, you will not need to
    • there. Only look at the paths which the disciples of great men have
    • to karma. But if we examine the outlooks that exist in the world
    • bring out to-day. Now let us take a general look at some matters
    • outlook, there must be a realm of ideas and ideals within the
    • world-outlook as this, which takes everything as a vehicle for the
    • their outlook: Idealism. Beautiful and grand and glorious
    • distinguish this Idealism from other world-outlooks:
    • We now have side by side four justifiable world-outlooks, each with
    • looking at things is fully justified. Thus you can get the
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • He becomes a Psychist and his world-outlook is that Psychism.
    • The Psychist, who in his turn can uphold his outlook with an immense
    • Here I must add that there are adherents of all the world-outlooks
    • that world-outlook and abide by it, going no further. All the beliefs
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • from one world-outlook to another.
    • These world-outlooks are all justified in their own field. For there
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
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    • YESTERDAY I TRIED to set forth those world-outlooks which are
    • varieties of world-outlook are actually possible for the mind of man.
    • outlooks which then work back on the people living at that time.
    • We had better arrange the twelve world-outlooks in the form of a circle
    • connection similar to that between the twelve world-outlooks and the
    • world-outlook is — and can be seen to be — correct, but
    • insight into the way in which human world-outlooks arise, and can
    • about world-outlooks, and why, on the other hand, they ought not to
    • people have different world-outlooks. How, in spite of this, it may
    • or the other world-outlook, we shall have to explain the next
    • world-outlooks. You will best understand this if I first of all show
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • world-outlook sign of Realism. They go through the world in such a
    • connection with all twelve world-outlook signs. Hence, if we want to
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • in Spiritism. That is its true home. In the other world-outlook-signs
    • impossible to say that there is Gnosis only in the world-outlook-sign
    • There is another world-outlook-mood. Here I speak of “mood”,
    • Hegel looks at the world need not be in the constellation of
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    • WE HAVE been concerned with the possible varieties of world-outlooks,
    • of world-outlook-moods and so on, which can find place in the human
    • is influenced by the world-outlook of Idealism. We will say that he
    • makes this world-outlook into a dominating factor in his inner life,
    • nuance of world-outlook. What the soul asserts and says will be
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • and mood of their world-outlook.
    • world-outlook which in this symbolical picture leads away at an angle
    • world-outlook based on a special pressing in of forces, of Dynamism
    • into a spiritual world-outlook, Occultism or something similar;
    • through things, this is about as true as to say when one looks into a
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • which we ought certainly to look upon only with a certain reverence,
    • a book are to us when we are reading. This we may look upon only with
    • understanding of Spiritual Science, then he would look upon his
    • peace between world-outlooks, must also point sharply to cases where
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
    • world-outlook-moods, and so on, lie the concepts of the Hierarchies;
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    • intellectual life to an outlook which is still shared by many persons
    • And now suppose someone came along and said: “Look here, my
    • it. We know how it looks and we can rest comfortably in our thoughts,
    • century it was looked upon as immensely clever. But what should we be
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    • Equally Justified World Outlooks.
    • If you look at all this with method and logic, you will not need to
    • there. Only look at the paths which the disciples of great men have
    • to karma. But if we examine the outlooks that exist in the world
    • bring out to-day. Now let us take a general look at some matters
    • outlook, there must be a realm of ideas and ideals within the
    • world-outlook as this, which takes everything as a vehicle for the
    • their outlook: Idealism. Beautiful and grand and glorious
    • distinguish this Idealism from other world-outlooks:
    • We now have side by side four justifiable world-outlooks, each with
    • looking at things is fully justified. Thus you can get the
    • a person becomes a Rationalist, and his outlook on the world is that
    • He becomes a Psychist and his world-outlook is that Psychism.
    • The Psychist, who in his turn can uphold his outlook with an immense
    • Here I must add that there are adherents of all the world-outlooks
    • that world-outlook and abide by it, going no further. All the beliefs
    • to the knowledge that individual world-outlooks each have one special
    • from one world-outlook to another.
    • These world-outlooks are all justified in their own field. For there
    • A person with this outlook does not come so far as to picture to
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    • YESTERDAY I TRIED to set forth those world-outlooks which are
    • varieties of world-outlook are actually possible for the mind of man.
    • outlooks which then work back on the people living at that time.
    • We had better arrange the twelve world-outlooks in the form of a circle
    • connection similar to that between the twelve world-outlooks and the
    • world-outlook is — and can be seen to be — correct, but
    • insight into the way in which human world-outlooks arise, and can
    • about world-outlooks, and why, on the other hand, they ought not to
    • people have different world-outlooks. How, in spite of this, it may
    • or the other world-outlook, we shall have to explain the next
    • world-outlooks. You will best understand this if I first of all show
    • whole configuration of his world-outlook can be designated as
    • world-outlook sign of Realism. They go through the world in such a
    • connection with all twelve world-outlook signs. Hence, if we want to
    • world-outlook signs. Just as a planet goes through all twelve signs
    • world-outlook signs. Certainly, the Gnosis will render the greatest
    • in Spiritism. That is its true home. In the other world-outlook-signs
    • impossible to say that there is Gnosis only in the world-outlook-sign
    • There is another world-outlook-mood. Here I speak of “mood”,
    • Hegel looks at the world need not be in the constellation of
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    • WE HAVE been concerned with the possible varieties of world-outlooks,
    • of world-outlook-moods and so on, which can find place in the human
    • is influenced by the world-outlook of Idealism. We will say that he
    • makes this world-outlook into a dominating factor in his inner life,
    • nuance of world-outlook. What the soul asserts and says will be
    • different when in this way its world-outlook-mood has passed over
    • and mood of their world-outlook.
    • world-outlook which in this symbolical picture leads away at an angle
    • world-outlook based on a special pressing in of forces, of Dynamism
    • into a spiritual world-outlook, Occultism or something similar;
    • through things, this is about as true as to say when one looks into a
    • look as long as you like, but you will not see your face. If you want
    • which we ought certainly to look upon only with a certain reverence,
    • a book are to us when we are reading. This we may look upon only with
    • understanding of Spiritual Science, then he would look upon his
    • peace between world-outlooks, must also point sharply to cases where
    • their aid we should come to look ever more and more deeply, with
    • world-outlook-moods, and so on, lie the concepts of the Hierarchies;
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    • When man looks at the
    • blot out, whereas it looks on the other, knowledge, as one of the
    • dark view of sorrow, a bright light-filled one dawns. When we look
    • together, that suffering was looked on as the consequence of sin. In
    • research and the power to look back into earlier ages, it will be
    • look up to what is still felt by a great part of modern humanity as
    • the highest fact of all historical evolution; when we look up to the
    • have become open. We look upon the second part of the human being,
    • that spiritual research looks at matter. As water is related to ice
    • is how spiritual research looks at things. Now these three members —
    • has death in itself? You need only look at the life of man and
    • this connection then we need only look at the phenomena with open
    • German philosopher says that when one looks at all Nature around one,
    • those who look more deeply an expression full of suffering. And who
    • would not admit that many an animal physiognomy looks like the
    • If we look at the
    • look on. Why is that so? In an initiate nothing must be inter-linked
    • been rightly emphasised by one who looks deeper how the origin of
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    • man. One should look at the wisdom-filled structure of a bone, for
    • should look at the marvellous structure of the heart, of the brain,
    • Earth look up to the gods as to the bringers of wisdom. The men of
    • the following planet will look up to the gods as to the bringers of
    • into love. And human wisdom looks up to divine wisdom. In man wisdom
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    • Old and New Testaments looked down to the animal kingdom; they saw
    • riddle of death, and says: When we look at the highest evolved being
    • we look into the way in which the development of the individual
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    • we have just summed up in a few words, and then looks around him to
    • cause and effect must be looked for elsewhere than in the intentions
    • root in his soul. Looking more closely into the matter we are likely
    • look further back into his life. When he was twenty we find that he
    • what has happened previously, but it can also be looked upon as the
    • child in the first seven years of its life. If we now look at the
    • when something happens to him in later life, he does not look for the
    • way in which I was brought up.’ But if he also looks into the
    • if a person having arrived at the age of eighty looks back and sees
    • himself be taught before, and looks back in, say, his fortieth year on
    • year. What then, has the man done by looking back at his early life?
    • that this consciousness, which lasts until a new birth, can look back
    • intention to look back at any wrongs which have been done to us, or
    • After death, in looking back over life, we see what we have done wrong
    • speak. Now, if we look back after death we see numerous events of the
    • which can look back upon all the time between death and rebirth, sees
    • This, indeed, is actually shown to us when we look out over a man's
    • telescope had not been discovered at that particular time. If we look
    • We can look back to a time in the evolution of our earth when there
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    • we have before us we could look for the reincarnated being of an
    • is absurd to look at modern conditions and say: ‘What nonsense
    • development has been made possible. Thus we look down upon the three
    • that we might be able to rise. In this manner we look upon the
    • indeed, look like wood — that would be too gross a conception.
    • namely that from which we liberated ourselves. We look upon the
    • When we look upon the animals we should feel: ‘You animals are
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karma in Relation to Disease and Health
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    • to look for the principle of the inner healing power in the etheric
    • organs quickly grow again, and the animal soon looks as it did before.
    • today, and you even looked at me!’ And yet you know nothing about
    • neurasthenia, neurosis, hysteria. But we shall have to look for the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • during his life in kamaloca the person in question looks back to a
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    • human outlook.
    • chance,’ but that he has looked for and actually sought for the
    • past discussions we saw that this really takes place. We then looked
    • consciousness of which he is aware — to look for an illness, and
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    • may not look upon disease and pain as inseparable. We must be aware
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    • the end of yesterday's lecture, we must to-day once more look back
    • look towards later incarnations for the effects. From this it is
    • not only look back to our former incarnations; we must also look
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    • Let us, therefore, look back upon a remote epoch of human evolution
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    • lead you on to what Spiritual Science looks upon as the essential part
    • material existence. If we look at the material human body, that also,
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    • moment of our life we can look upon what we have gone through, upon what we
    • touched upon these questions from other aspects. If we look back at
    • be impossible for us to believe that these events — looked at in
    • When we look back we see how one civilisation after another arises,
    • what we may look upon as a ‘continuous current,’ within
    • we look back to the first civilisation of the Post-Atlantean age, and
    • we look at the evolution of the world in the light of Anthroposophy.
    • Hierarchies cause to be poured down into humanity. We must look up to
    • look back reflectively upon their work, marks a particular stage in
    • completed their work upon the Moon and who, when they looked at it
    • Moon-development? They must also try to look back upon their work when
    • attainment of the goal of earthly humanity. If you look around you,
    • Today we may indeed look back upon many disappointments of Lucifer,
    • but we can also look forward to a future in which we may learn more
    • Thus do we look upon the deeds and the disappointments of Lucifer and
    • called forth by materialism; and we must look upon these defects as
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    • become living in their deepest sense when one looks at them in the
    • from odds and ends that look like melodrama.
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    • our present-day outlook and literature, especially that of medicine,
    • ahrimanic elements confront us, when we look with the eyes of
    • capable of looking into the spiritual world and gaining insight
    • worlds. He will no longer merely look out and ponder the physical
    • A person who is able to look in the right
    • looked before at what happens when a soul nibbles at the spiritual
    • look into ourselves, we are usually deceived about just those
    • but he looks for the way to deaden the soul. Then Lucifer carries him
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    • looking at and recognizing things that for the sense world is the
    • that people do not look for contradictions in a superficial way where
    • field of vision and look away from it. I now must will myself and
    • the spiritual world if you will look with a certain amount of inner
    • There we look into the true nature of the will, again something that
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    • and observe. Nevertheless, when you look into my books
    • all this when you open a book and look at the first thing that stands
    • circle, and so on; you read. When you look at the forms of the
    • present-day materialistic outlook. In general, these objections are
    • understand the objects and happenings of the sense world and look at
    • has to do something very much like reading. If we look at what has to
    • foolish a well-intentioned person can become when he wishes to look
    • himself, “Look at that: in your previous incarnation you had
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    • Benedictus said the following. Let us look at three
    • nature of lonely, personal, inner thinking, said, Now let us look at
    • human civilization. When we look at the character of thought, we have
    • does not have to be clairvoyant but need only look at the
    • plane, it is quite different from thought. We need not look at the
    • original language spoken over the whole world. Even now when you look
    • it generally does work back on it. If you look at how things have
    • areas of our life. Let us look from another point of view at
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    • humanity when looked at in the right way; it is what people from now
    • enough to look for mutual understanding merely based on the
    • necessary to observe life in such minute details and to look at the
    • rays into the physical sense world. Let us therefore look at another
    • Looking at the sphere of art as we have done — it
    • like an external world which we look back on, saying, “All that
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    • it were looking at a photograph of itself. Instead, what is
    • separates off and becomes objective. We look at it and see that it is
    • intrigues. He comes in, looks at his desk — and what does he
    • Johannes Thomasius. Looking back to the Portal, we find him,
    • looks back to one's own youth as to something alien. We have to
    • looking back at one's younger self as though at someone else
    • we don't find them, we should look for them. The fact that Johannes
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    • understanding of the insights of spiritual science will look
    • We really must look at such things with complete
    • the ancient Egyptian-Chaldean age the human soul, looking out on what
    • look at what we are, at what the Guardian has wrapped himself in.
    • it looks exactly like the reproduction of physical impressions. In
    • world we are not apt to look continually at our own liver, spleen or
    • turning their eyes inward into the body; they look instead at the
    • aside, we direct our whole attention to it. By looking at the
    • for example, that this looking back on one's own destiny after death
    • years old and then would have to look eternally at what he had done
    • looking back on the etheric body and on the destinies we have brought
    • imagine a great swarm of gnats. From a distance it looks like a
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    • When one looks clairvoyantly down from the ego upon the astral, the
    • look at it in its connection with human consciousness and in its
    • Now if we look at what happens when we have withdrawn our astral body and
    • In short, when the ego and the astral body look down from the spiritual
    • can look into the spiritual world, directs his gaze to external
    • look at the matter from a spiritual point of view. Here I would like
    • that our anthroposophical outlook on life, while letting its gaze
    • this doctrine, when you look at the relation of the oriental to his
    • Let us take a definite case. In this connection we look back to the old
    • regarded in any other way. If we leave aside details and look at the
    • On looking back to the time of Moses, we see how something had been
    • look into the spiritual world — into Divine activity —
    • when he says: “Change the attitude of your soul; look no longer
    • look at the reproductions, will find the distinction. Look at the
    • It is badly painted. The look of the Child, the whole Child itself,
    • learned to look at the matter from the point of view of spiritual
    • one would do well if he said: “People generally look upon what
    • this assumption is made and if the matter is looked upon in this way,
    • Whoever looks to-day at the reproductions of his pictures, does not
    • Anthroposophy, they look upon that which is said as the most utter
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    • to whom we look up as Divine Beings gradually bring man to the stage
    • If, with the knowledge gained from the physical world, we look into
    • Now we shall look at the other side of the picture which also exists, but
    • see that where man looks on the animal kingdom outwardly, he evolves
    • for the clairvoyant, when he looks at a man who is eating rice, or
    • we overlook all the immeasurable field of visionary life, that which
    • looks on everything as truth, who does not destroy a single vision
    • If we look at it like this, then it is true that we feel ourselves
    • Therefore, if the human soul looks but deeply enough into itself, and
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    • Now let us look at Rome, which stands in a different relation to our
    • Greek world. But we must look for it. We have to draw it up from the
    • contrast in the sphere of the spirit. As we look at Greece from a
    • aspects. Men who have looked more deeply into these things as, for
    • apt to be overlooked. How do the deeds of a Caracalla or anyone else
    • colonies and the peoples they conquered. Looking at Rome from this
    • history. If one were looking at the matter with sympathy or antipathy,
    • however, if you look at the motive behind this, you will see it in
    • birth, and for a long time Europe could do no more than look back to
    • world, who points down into the material world looking for the
    • influence on mankind. In describing these things we must learn to look
    • different element from the ideas and outlook of Romanism that have
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    • gave some indication of where we have to look today for signs of
    • post-Atlantean epoch. What was it they were really looking for?
    • To speak of such a matter lets us look right into the luciferic soul.
    • epoch in order to distort them and make them serve their ends. Look at
    • literary accounts of His life; you can also look at the paintings of
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    • 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
    • Now let us look at the other impulse. It would be such that through it
    • examine the Society, we find that, in looking back over the twice
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    • including the fourteenth and perhaps part of the fifteenth, we look
    • or less in the same way. When one looks back, one imagines that one
    • little inclined to look into mankind's evolution. If one considers the
    • centuries. The Greeks or Romans could not have looked at the world
    • man to look into the spiritual world. But the faculties he then had
    • held in materialistic concepts. The materialistic outlook, which is in
    • acquainted with spiritual knowledge who had looked on this development
    • good. However improbable it seems to people who look on earlier ages
    • Here, again, we have a point where, if we look at the world as a whole
    • us look at the manifest results of European civilization in the last
    • look upon from the consciousness of our time with the deepest
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    • to be, then we can look to Goethe. We have already observed that
    • will; that is, what he was obliged to look upon as necessary for the
    • could look into the Christian impulses passing through the historical
    • You are looking here into a life of soul of which outer history
    • looked upon as determined by a certain necessity. Humanity was not yet
    • look on the Templars as heretics after they had been burned to death
    • countless persons in the nation would also look on that as something
    • gold flow through the fairy tale, he is looking back into earlier
    • tale, he shows how he looks back into the time in which wisdom —
    • Temple where the Rose Cross is on the door, and let us look at the
    • They look at it but still they know it not.
    • The greybeard looks at it, yet knows it not.
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    • the most part, official history does not desire to look into the inner
    • Argon, played a definitely significant role; one need only look at two
    • absurdity? When one looks at the matter more closely, then another
    • be clear that, when we look at facts from the point of view that is
    • look to wider intellectual influences on the continent, we see how
    • Souls thus passed through the gates of death who had not only looked
    • to inner connections. For instance, a man who looks at things quite
    • one should begin to look at the matter spiritually — not merely
    • You see, this is how the matter looks spiritually. Spiritually one
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    • reality, just as the image seen in a looking glass relates itself to
    • the reality reflected by the looking glass. Just as the image in the
    • looking glass is no reality, so man has to admit that his own world of
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    • for our time. We must look into these things if in a deeper sense we
    • looked up to their Jahve (or Jehovah). Those who, among the Jewish
    • priests, looked up in full consciousness to Jahve, were well aware
    • a man when we look into his face, just as we draw conclusions about
    • about his character from the way he looks at us, so the priesthood of
    • to which men should look up with true spiritual-intellectual fervour,
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    • say here. For only he who will not, who absolutely will not look into
    • do when he looks at Nature? He says, “Here a natural process is
    • look elsewhere for the true causes, just as we must seek in our
    • causes lie in Mankind. Do you know where you must look if you wish to
    • as one of our learned men would describe it, but looking down upon the
    • Nature, but always within man. He, looking from without, would find
    • that he must look upon the centre of man if he wished to find the
    • Cosmos. He will learn to look upon the Cosmos as a part of himself.
    • Looking back over the evolution of our earth we find, preceding our
    • Luciferic incarnation if we look upon everything that has come through
    • the artistic impulse of mankind, as we ourselves still look upon it.
    • people will look upon the child as a citizen in comfortable
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    • looking into a mirror and there in that mirror lies the past, of which
    • that into which at first we cannot look, just as it is not possible to
    • mirror. When we look into ourselves, many things are mirrored back to
    • mirror. Looking at the matter generally, or I might say, in the
    • Trying to look back on our life through this mirroring process (for
    • looking back on our life, on what our inner soul reflects, is a
    • only a part of our experiences. When you try to look back on your
    • subject to interruptions. You look back on what the day has brought
    • you; but you do not look back on what the preceding night has brought
    • you. The experiences of the night are an interruption. You look back
    • on yesterday, you do not look back on the night before yesterday, and
    • to think that we survey our entire life when looking back upon it; we
    • human being of today looks back on life and, as has just been
    • explained, attains his Ego through this looking back, this Ego of
    • of these atavistic-clairvoyant visions, and when we look back on the
    • seriousness when we look into the mirror which so mysteriously unveils
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    • significance if we want to look into the whole spiritual condition of
    • looked upon as a regrettable aberration. If anyone dares to raise an
    • Fichte and his successors looked upon the world and life was truly
    • the justification of that call; for he who without prejudice looks at
    • prejudice we look this fact in the face, that we assume a right
    • inner connections which may not be overlooked any longer. We must face
    • look on the body alone as that which produces capacities i.e.,
    • man looks merely on the Luciferic primal force of capacities. The
    • simply to look around and then go to sleep peacefully, in the presence
    • could look so deeply into the events of his day, died owing to a
    • things seriously, in the right way. The spies who are on the outlook
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    • If we look out upon the universe the sun appears to us as a physical
    • concentrated when we look up to the sun. Though it may sound strange
    • learn to look on our physical organism in a physical sense and in a
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    • period of evolution, were ‘Not I, but Christ in me.’ When we look upon
    • Golgotha. Looking at the picture of death we see that had it not been
    • he looks out, from his spiritual experience in inspirational and
    • dead in the soul-life by looking up from the deeply moving and
    • when he looked out upon the physical phenomena of the world of Nature.
    • The first initiates of the Christian era, looking upon the Mystery of
    • themselves. It may be put in this way: looking down upon the earth,
    • science of initiation our aspect or outlook is super-sensible.
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    • prehistoric mankind, they looked upon their ancestors not as beings
    • People used to look back at a time when there were not so-called
    • his Gemüt, can look out upon external nature, upon the
    • perceives when he looks into himself: he sees it arising in him as
    • look for him? Anywhere wherever there were men on earth. That's where
    • been a cosmic one; and they said, in effect: Look back to olden times
    • arise the kingdoms of nature; man comes into being. And looking into
    • look back to an older world view from the abstract thoughts that
    • lives that being to whom men can look up and who engaged in the
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    • harbors something which is not satisfied by having us look at it and
    • and look at me; and when a sufficient number of human eyes will have
    • us are these elemental spirits begging us, in effect, Do not look at
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    • clairvoyant way of looking at things takes on greater value than it
    • looked through these stones — they were always specially selected
    • ascended, perhaps in a balloon, and looked down upon these two Druid
    • they really studied when they looked at themselves through their heart
    • is the common method when looking up to Mercury, Venus, Saturn, and so
    • moon population; and looked at in a spiritual-scientific way the moon
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    • and figure out how this human heart looked three hundred years ago and
    • how it will look in another three hundred years. The calculation may
    • science of geology into setting forth how the earth looked three
    • research and have told us, for instance, how albumen is going to look
    • the correct method, a statement of what the heart looked like three
    • thinking, a realistic way of looking at the world.
    • to look back affectionately on all that we have been privileged to
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    • thought, without looking at the outer world, and follow further in
    • can be done. Suppose you go over your old treasured papers and look
    • able to do so, to take your old school books and look at them as you
    • Now if you expect that it is only necessary to look to
    • looked with artistic understanding at the paintings in the small
    • experience of memory can bring us, then we look right into this
    • further through the memory-experience, look into things. It is
    • gaze that is carried further looks into things and sees the
    • his brow or pull a tragic face. Another man may look at us in a
    • the way he looks at us. Indeed it is interesting, at some special
    • to see the expression of the mouth, or to look at the foreheads or
    • sun and simply look at them as they appear to us, we see them in the
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    • life that points us still further back? Can we look back to that
    • after his death he can no longer conceal this. When therefore we look
    • when we look at man's nature we find in it the Luciferic and the
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    • looks at a man with imaginative clairvoyance and observes the ego
    • you entirely as a spatial vision. One only needs to look for such
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    • there is a tower open at the top, then, because you are looking out
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    • enables him to look back on that which has happened to the earth.
    • It is particularly interesting to look back to what
    • Lemurian epoch; to look back also to the period of time which
    • is interesting to look back on all these events, for we thereby
    • surrounds us. Then we look upon the oceans, the seas — I need
    • Anyone who has looked round a little on nature knows quite well that
    • hands, we look attentively at them, and we find they have within them
    • and watch what happened around, if from it we could look out into
    • to look up to the green rather than look down on it.
    • the smallest particle which we look at under the microscope there
    • We have, therefore, first of all to look upon the plants
    • the grandiose, the majestic outlook which I have described to you.
    • to which we look up something which grows green and fades away again.
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    • brought before our souls in the last two lectures, look for a while
    • into the Mysteries of the Temple of Diana at Ephesus. Let us look
    • look at a skeleton? We say: Do not merely look at it. It is shocking
    • merely to look at the forms — the spinal column with its
    • We must say to ourselves: Do not merely look at all this
    • have looked out into the expanses of the cosmos he would have seen
    • World. Man looked up from what he heard, but he looked up from within
    • chalk. Man looked into the silicic acid, and the plant-creation
    • opportunity for looking spiritually into a revelation which leads us
    • birth to the summons to look ever more deeply into that which lives
    • which we may grasp: Let these flames be for us the occasion to look
    • consumed the Temple of Ephesus. Let us look upon them as a summons to
    • Gospel. Urged by this painfully sacred impulse, let us look back from
    • Even today, if we look back on that night of misfortune,
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    • we look into the preparation which, first of all, the candidates
    • side of the threshold things must look quite otherwise than here on
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    • winter landscapes in which he looked into whirling flakes of snow
    • these two conditions followed each other. He looked, let us say, upon
    • a landscape consisting of meadows, ponds and small lakes. He looked
    • And from now onwards the pupil learned to look on the
    • manifold ways. And when we look around in the way in which yesterday
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    • given, for that which man was accustomed to look upon appeared before
    • survey, an outlook over human pre-earthly and post-earthly life. It
    • that lifts up the heart, that illumines the mind, when he looks back
    • historically into the ancient world of the East, when he looks back
    • the age of freedom. Today we look back over these things, we gaze
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    • When we look back into those times we find a far-reaching spiritual
    • Let us look for a moment into the mind of a man about to
    • the Saturn lead-forces that thou dost not merely look around thee
    • was made clear to the pupil: “Look up to Saturn surrounded by
    • being. Now look towards the other side, to the silver-radiating moon.
    • look upon thyself as a human being who has gone through the planetary
    • Look around at the metallic nature in the earth today.
    • about to be initiated, who were taught to look towards the end,
    • you look in the history books, you will also find this scene
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    • knowledge was that to which the pupil was led next. “Look into
    • these deepened feelings of which I have just spoken looked at the
    • I look into the flowers;
    • aspect to Juniper, which fact influences the rays of Leo. I look into
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    • If we look back at the course of human evolution, we may
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn and then looked down to the earth, he saw in
    • man of today. It meant a great deal to look at the earth as a divine
    • Now when you look at those fashion-plate figures (and
    • fashion-plate figures of Apollo, Mars and Mercury, one should look at
    • If one is able as it were to look through those later Greek plastic
    • should not be considered great — if one looks back to that from
    • them later in Samothrace, in these Mysteries of the Kabiri. One looks
    • ancient times a man could not say, when he looked at that
    • the aniseed plant looks like? The ancients would have said: “What
    • Now, as formerly in the ancient Mysteries man could look
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    • If we look into the eastern Mysteries which I have
    • Chthonic or the Eleusinian Mysteries, or if we look at the
    • Ages; he would have looked at once to two things. He would have said:
    • And if we look into that
    • them to indicate what they were. But if we look back spiritually into
    • If we look back into those alchemical laboratories of
    • really look into. a deep tragedy; and this tragedy of the Middle
    • history book in the right way, because no one can look so deeply into
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    • must look behind, and direct our attention to that deeply earnest
    • not of such a nature that man looked up to the planets and saw the
    • and known by man in the very oldest Mysteries, when he looked up to
    • of course, many people today look up at the sun through smoked glass,
    • When one looks into these things, it is really painful
    • it looks externally, is only this in one place on the earth and at
    • But in these ancient times it was known that if a man looked with his
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    • to look back with a supercilious eye upon what went before.
    • branch of knowledge today must never overlook all that natural
    • example, that a man with slightly abnormal vision looks through
    • the universe, regarding this as complex, and we look at the
    • capacities, looks into the spiritual world, arrives at a view
    • sitting there side by side. I look at them and form certain
    • to look on what is happening merely as a continuation of the
    • looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • Such an individual is himself dimming his free outlook upon
    • drawings look exactly the same as the physiologist's sketches
    • above all by the current outlook of the world. We have no wish
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    • point that our way of looking at things first becomes heretical
    • follow the facts further. You now look at the human being in
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    • that proceeds from the rhythm of the blood must first be looked
    • we must look for an intermediate phase between the fluid and
    • significance for pathology and therapy. When we look into the
    • factors. This means that it is necessary for us to look into
    • really looks into these things today can make remarkable
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    • this or that process. When we look into the process of
    • If you look only
    • If you look for
    • inwardly a complex of symptoms of this kind, looking at it with
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    • diseased organism, what can we look for except natural processes also
    • absolutely not the case. Anyone who has looked even a little into the
    • least number of cases! Instead, I will look around me and possibly see a
    • something that looks organic; and it appears in the ordinary organism in
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    • measures is, in most cases, a very problematic one if it is not looked
    • able to look within to his inner nature and penetrate nature there, he
    • destruction in the human organism. When we look into the creative age
    • In looking into the age of childhood one witnesses the work of
    • is spiritually active in our consciousness. And just as we look
    • we look through the conscious conceptual forces that reveal themselves
    • If we are looking for the cause of physical illness, we must
    • to look for the causes of hysteria, let us say, in the soul-spiritual;
    • interesting phenomena. One need not look back very far — perhaps
    • coming to behold spirits materially as one looks at flames, so that
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    • elimination. This can be grasped if one looks in a sound way at what
    • one another, however. If we look at the matter correctly, we must say
    • What is actually present there, however? Let's look at the matter more
    • that healthy processes are simply designated as normal. Rather we look
    • nature in a spiritual scientific sense. If you look at the
    • process. I can only indicate this here. By looking at how the
    • Then when we look back at the human being, we can see how,
    • we can arrive at the following. We look on the one hand into what
    • occurs in rheumatism and gout. In this way we look both at what is
    • get skin eruptions and the like. If we now look hack again to our
    • looking together at the outer workings of nature and the workings of
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    • cause mischief there. In fact, by looking in this way into the
    • though appearing in a certain respect as the opposite. If we look at
    • presents doctors with so many concerns, we must again look to the
    • possible to look into the being of man through spiritual vision, into
    • the hereditary conditions connected with it) how, if one looks in the
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    • need to look back upon what went before with a supercilious eye.
    • knowledge to-day must never overlook all that science has
    • or biologist of olden times, had an entirely different outlook from
    • the outlook of modern man. In the ages that really came to an end
    • sight looks through spectacles, and by this means the contours of
    • One develops spiritual sight, looks into the spiritual world, arrives
    • there side by side. I look at them and form certain ideas about them.
    • case it will not be correct to look on what is happening merely as a
    • a man looks at the needle of a compass, finds it pointing from South
    • outlook upon reality, and it is only when things will no longer fit
    • the process underlying the concatenation of ideas, my drawings look
    • by modern methods, and above all by the current outlook on the
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    • is really only at this point that our way of looking at things
    • with Spiritual Science we can follow the facts further. We now look
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    • rhythm of the blood must first be looked for in the counter-beat of
    • likewise in the living and sentient organism we must look for an
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    • soul! Look for evidence of this and you will not need to look far.
  • 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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    • is even looked upon purely as a question of food, or, at best, as
    • has acquired a wider outlook on life it will be clear that there can
    • Let us look at the school of thought known as the mercantilistic, or
    • character. It is true that some people find it hard to look facts
    • regarded by the modern working-classes as ideology. They look upon
    • be looked upon as ideology. This was the case especially because the
    • strongly felt by socialist thinkers, and we need only look at one
    • look more deeply into history we shall see that about the time when
    • more frequently in our dull, dry, business life. Look into business
    • shall have to learn to look at the social question (a) as a cultural
    • can only appear in its true light when we look at it as a whole,
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    • look for their true meaning we shall find that there is an authentic
    • To overlook these
    • Let us look more
    • use has a meaning in social life. We must look at the result of the
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    • institutions under which they live. An unprejudiced onlooker will
    • inclination to look at life with an unprejudiced mind in order to
    • his own outlook on life and his own manner of living. He gladly
    • shut up in the factory, what was the most obvious fact as he looked
    • at life around him? Looking at his own life he saw chiefly that all
    • obvious that it can no longer be overlooked — that an
    • understand the nature of the democratic demands unless we look at
    • reasonable to look for the cause of this process in the kind of
    • look at the inner nature of that which develops. Search as you may
    • proved. Look back to the period before the thirteenth and fourteenth
    • will to look deeply into the realities of human evolution in its
    • oppose to error and dogma; and those who look to the economic life
    • for the means of restoring health to the social organism must look
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    • WHEN we look over the
    • “improvement in political relations” and the like, looked
    • education? Let us look at the new directions followed by art,
    • evident in social life that great numbers of people look on art as
    • modern human consciousness look upon as the real self, but
    • appear paradoxical, when compared with all that is still looked upon
    • within it. Let us look at nature and consider the shell of a nut; the
    • be to give all men an opportunity to look up with reverence to higher
    • super-sensible. Human nature needs this reverence. It needs to look up
    • teaching as applied to modern human nature. An antiquated outlook on
    • understanding, what is overlooked? A teacher of this kind does not
    • know what it means to a man, say thirty-five years of age, who looks
    • because I looked up with reverence to the authority of my teacher,
    • I was impressed by his words. Now, looking back, I find that his
    • development we can look back in our thirty-fifth year at the lessons
    • social ideals, a wide outlook on life is indispensable. People speak,
    • world will be born. Coming generations will look back to our times as
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture V: The Cooperation of the Spiritual, Political and Economic Departments of Life
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    • Looking merely at the
    • double outlook on life. On the one hand, principles which are
    • follows. He says: Looking at economic life today, what strikes us
    • of the creation of capital — can only be looked at from the
    • looked up to an account of his individual qualities, his abilities, a
    • was looked up to by the community, because the individual persons
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture VI: National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism
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    • when we look towards the spirit and the soul. To do so, to avoid the
    • is as natural to the human being as his growth, so long as we look
    • production and consumption. Thus we must be able to look into the
    • such a time. Taking this speech from beginning to end and looking
    • pleasure and gratification. Very good! But let us look at the truth!
    • of people are here who at least look within and take themselves in
  • Title: World Economy: Lecture I
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    • soil. We must not overlook this fact, especially when we pass from
    • thinking. Why, they actually looked upon it as a real liberation of
    • Look at the radical difference between the way in which people in
    • They would look quite pretty — these human
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    • instance: Look at a black surface or at anything black through a
    • said that we should look for its equivalent in the amount that is
    • must be looked for in the configurations of Capital: these at any rate
    • substances and materials themselves; we must look away from all this
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    • and then look for the underlying conditions.
    • This does not contradict what we have said before. After all, look at
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    • look, you will always see that this is so: The point of origin of
    • it of the nature of the Labour. Look at a miner, for example; in him
    • Look at this economic process quite concretely, and you will say: We
    • up the process? Well, we must now look to the other side. In pure
    • itself, we must look for the real divisor, the real dividing
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    • Capital. This is indeed the case if you look into the matter
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    • obvious that if you look in today's Basler Nachrichten you will
    • envy the rich heir. There may be reason for it, but we cannot look at
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    • of them in such a way as to make them look like the price of Labour.
    • The man who has the free right of disposal over land looks after
    • look at the factors operative in the economic organism. We took our
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    • trying to grasp. You look at the market; you see the working of
    • On the other hand, if we look now not to the concepts (which may
    • law. It is extremely important to bear this in mind. We can only look
    • of their mental outlook, of the ideas they entertain. As our mental
    • outlook changes, it changes the course of events. Today the whole
    • horizon? Yes, that is perfectly right, where one general world outlook
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    • discover what is the real source of such payment. People who look for
    • which you must look for on the other side under the heading of
    • obliged, on the one hand, to look around as far as possible for the
    • Spanish possessions in the West Indies, because it was looking for
    • look at the colonial accounts
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    • the seller stand? If we look at things precisely, we are led, as so
    • interest. The wide outlook over the economic process will be active;
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    • Let us look back once more. When private economies join into a
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    • not be possible to grasp with ordinary common sense, unless we look
    • Therefore, when all is said, we must always look upon the cultivation
    • look for something comparable on the other side. We cannot simply
    • It was the cardinal error of the Marxists that they looked at it all
    • looked upon as crystallised Labour — as a product with which
    • In this way we can look into the economic process from this aspect of
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    • price will come out if costs of production are looked upon as
    • exchange. Look into the depths of economic life, and you will see:
    • somewhere, populated solely by newborn children (looked after by
    • One who can look into the realities with open mind will see, as he
    • looks, that this is so. It may be objected that no one value can be
    • Looking at things in this way, we shall admit that even in our present
    • us look forward to an opportunity of working at these things again
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    • enticing them to the adoption of a purely materialistic outlook, a
    • us look tack a little into the past. We could go back very much
    • whither our eyes are turned when we look at the Sun, lives a great
    • sublime. When he looked upon the spiritual cosmic Sun, he was looking
    • and Egypt. Man still looked up to the Sun, but he no longer saw it as
    • of looking into the Mysteries of the Sun, he could see only the
    • again for man to look back into those earlier epochs of his
    • has to tell enables us to look back and behold how, it was for man,
    • when he looked up from Earth to the Sun and listened to hear what the
    • dear friends, when the pupils of the old initiates looked out into
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • man. The Gods looked down and saw man who dies; their knowledge of
    • the Cosmos to manifestation within them. Look, for example, at the
    • importance for man to look back and call up once again in memory the
    • Newman. Follow the course of his life from youth upwards; look at the
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    • from here we look out into the world. There all around us is the
    • last long; ever increasingly you have this other outlook upon man:
    • human lung, for instance, looks the same as it does now; that would
    • say. Deep down, they cherish the belief that things are as they look
    • eludes our spiritual gaze; now therefore do we look to become Man
    • proceeding from human souls who look for future incarnations.
    • course, our own. Look back into earlier times and conditions upon
    • looking-glass; the mirror-images of other men may be howsoever
    • looking at a magnet-needle, one end of which always points to the
    • explained does not believe it, but begins looking for the cause
    • human eye, — that we should look at it with wonder, for it is
    • our eyes: whenever we look at anything we do so.
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    • soon after you have fallen asleep, the heart-eye begins also to look
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • reflection of the experience when he looks back on his own physical
    • happenings that take place among them! But if he is then able to look
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • Look
    • that in those far-off days men were able to look into the life they
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • times laid particular emphasis on the looking upwards into the
    • time has yet another task. He has to look, in search after knowledge,
    • the Greeks it was a matter of looking into Nature, of
    • fact of knowledge is brought forward: “This is how I look at
    • recollection it must build on that which meets us when we look
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    • comes about that when we look out through our eyes on to the world,
    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • and look at Jupiter, you are seeing Jupiter from one side. And when a
    • spheres of the stars, then at the time when we, looking from the
    • will approach the Earth at the time of Full Moon. When we, looking
    • hand, when we, looking from the Earth, see New Moon — which
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    • physical Nature also within us. When we look within, we perceive this
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • look within and perceive ourselves in our instincts and passions,
    • manifest when we have learned to look with keen and discerning
    • the beings of whom I speak. When therefore we look out into the
    • and those who go down into mines, if they are able to look with
    • Mercury and Venus. No, these Ahrimanic beings are doomed to look for
    • we look out on the world of Nature, we can know that whatever
    • now, if you are able to look with real insight into man's etheric
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
    • crosses the Threshold and, looking consciously into the spiritual
    • may look now in vain for the messengers of God who in an earlier age
    • that we must look for help.
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    • is thereby enabled to look back on the whole course of his past
    • Looking
    • looks very different seen from the valley or from a mountain-top, so
    • life itself looks different seen from this physical world where we
    • your brain does? The world will look very different to you now!
    • The Earth itself looks different when we behold it from the Sun than
    • when we ourselves are on Earth and looking upwards to the Sun.
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
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    • enticing them to the adoption of a purely materialistic outlook, a
    • us look back a little into the past. We could go back very much
    • whither our eyes are turned when we look at the Sun, lives a great
    • sublime. When he looked upon the spiritual cosmic Sun, he was looking
    • and Egypt. Man still looked up to the Sun, but he no longer saw it as
    • of looking into the Mysteries of the Sun, he could see only the
    • again for man to look back into those earlier epochs of his
    • has to tell enables us to look back and behold how, it was for man,
    • when he looked up from Earth to the Sun and listened to hear what the
    • dear friends, when the pupils of the old initiates looked out into
    • us look back once more to the initiate of olden times. How did he
    • man. The Gods looked down and saw man who dies; their knowledge of
    • the Cosmos to manifestation within them. Look, for example, at the
    • importance for man to look back and call up once again in memory the
    • Newman. Follow the course of his life from youth upwards; look at the
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    • from here we look out into the world. There all around us is the
    • last long; ever increasingly you have this other outlook upon man:
    • human lung, for instance, looks the same as it does now; that would
    • say. Deep down, they cherish the belief that things are as they look
    • eludes our spiritual gaze; now therefore do we look to become Man
    • proceeding from human souls who look for future incarnations.
    • course, our own. Look back into earlier times and conditions upon
    • looking-glass; the mirror-images of other men may be howsoever
    • looking at a magnet-needle, one end of which always points to the
    • explained does not believe it, but begins looking for the cause
    • human eye, — that we should look at it with wonder, for it is
    • our eyes: whenever we look at anything we do so.
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    • soon after you have fallen asleep, the heart-eye begins also to look
    • look back with the heart-eye upon your physical and etheric bodies.
    • reflection of the experience when he looks back on his own physical
    • happenings that take place among them! But if he is then able to look
    • you know, the memory that looks back over the last Earth life. The
    • Look
    • that in those far-off days men were able to look into the life they
    • consciousness and learn to look right into the world of the Spirit.
    • times laid particular emphasis on the looking upwards into the
    • time has yet another task. He has to look, in search after knowledge,
    • the Greeks it was a matter of looking into Nature, of
    • fact of knowledge is brought forward: “This is how I look at
    • recollection it must build on that which meets us when we look
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    • comes about that when we look out through our eyes on to the world,
    • look with the consciousness of Inspiration upon the time we pass
    • and look at Jupiter, you are seeing Jupiter from one side. And when a
    • spheres of the stars, then at the time when we, looking from the
    • will approach the Earth at the time of Full Moon. When we, looking
    • hand, when we, looking from the Earth, see New Moon — which
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    • physical Nature also within us. When we look within, we perceive this
    • looking around us with the help of our senses, we behold the surface
    • look within and perceive ourselves in our instincts and passions,
    • manifest when we have learned to look with keen and discerning
    • the beings of whom I speak. When therefore we look out into the
    • and those who go down into mines, if they are able to look with
    • Mercury and Venus. No, these Ahrimanic beings are doomed to look for
    • we look out on the world of Nature, we can know that whatever
    • now, if you are able to look with real insight into man's etheric
    • times it was different. Let us look back and see how things were for
    • crosses the Threshold and, looking consciously into the spiritual
    • may look now in vain for the messengers of God who in an earlier age
    • that we must look for help.
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    • is thereby enabled to look back on the whole course of his past
    • Looking
    • looks very different seen from the valley or from a mountain-top, so
    • life itself looks different seen from this physical world where we
    • your brain does? The world will look very different to you now!
    • The Earth itself looks different when we behold it from the Sun than
    • when we ourselves are on Earth and looking upwards to the Sun.
    • judgment of ourselves we are no longer merely looking backward now,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • their influence, we learn to look differently at the world about us.
    • periods in the evolution of humanity. We have often looked back to
    • very much clearer. When we survey this, therefore, we look back to an
    • In the future, every person will be able once more to look into the
    • As long as one still looks clairvoyantly into the spiritual world and
    • could look into the spiritual world. Instead, he became acclimated to
    • spiritual beings to whom he can no longer look up with normal senses
    • spiritual beings, but the person of today cannot look into those
    • through these different earthly periods. They looked back to an
    • sensations in an age when it knew certainly that it could look up to
    • knowledge has always looked back to that time when human beings were
    • Golden Age or Krita Yuga. We must look back to a time preceding the
    • earth could have been overlooked by everyone, just as it passed
    • humanity overlooked these events, it would be a great misfortune.
    • misfortune to overlook this great event but will be ripe to seize the
    • Looking far back into human evolution, we see that there
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    • regions in which we are now living to see how they must have looked
    • that we are able to look back to a remote past when the countenance
    • We thus have today a humanity that can look into the
    • however. We may look back to a remote period in human evolution and
    • which only the clairvoyant eye can look back. The period that
    • possessed different faculties. If we were able to look back, we
    • spiritual world; they were able to look into a spiritual world. You
    • would find, if you could look back, that you yourselves at that time
    • this capacity to look clairvoyantly into the world of spirits. The
    • looked upon surroundings that were entirely different from those he
    • knows today. What do we see today when we look out upon our physical
    • spiritual science; they do actually exist and cannot be looked upon
    • that looked back into these conditions has always been able to
    • the etheric. This is what we may look forward to in our time of
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    • look out into heavenly space and behold the sun with its counterpart,
    • follow what is new in our way of looking at the world. To the extent
    • need only look around at the spiritual-cultural life of the period.
    • These things are there, but they are easily overlooked, just as
    • people so often overlook the spirit, do not wish to see the spirit.
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    • man was not in a position to look into the spiritual worlds during
    • order again to be able to look more deeply into the spiritual worlds.
    • they look up from this action, something like a dream picture will
    • atmosphere of the earth but only when looking up to the Sun Spirit,
    • understand that in the future we are not to look on the physical
    • have to look for Christ on His return as etheric form in the
    • The time will come when human beings will again look
    • it was possible for human beings with the old clairvoyance to look
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    • themselves in man; for this to occur he must look up to higher
    • new natural faculties and possibilities for looking into the
    • not be overlooked and lost to humanity and that those blessed with
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    • will be to look inward and behold, as if in a dream, the picture, the
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    • will then say, “Look here! People lived long ago who declared
    • Let us look at another important instance of
    • fact: the possibility of looking out into the etheric with newly
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    • If we were to look into early post-Atlantean times, we
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    • about Christ and the question of Jesus and so forth, does not look
    • overlook them. Human beings go blindly and slumbering through the
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    • that is not yet understood. Today one looks at some living being, let
    • spiritually across the earth. Look at the magnetic map of the earth
    • the struggle if one looks behind these things, illuminating them in
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    • mystics dream and thrill about. Really, if we look at what we
    • contemporary theologians thus acknowledge that it is useless to look
    • Look out!” He hears an inner voice, not as a hallucination but
    • a man who says such things today is still looked upon by the entire
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    • water; when it freezes, it is ice, and looks quite different. Ice is
    • processes, we are looking at something spiritual then too. Active
    • national characteristics, if we look at other regions of the earth?
    • look at this relationship of man to his environment only from one
    • looks at the things around him lovingly, develops more warmth of his
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    • when it is looked at from the universe.
    • event from another point of view. For example, he would look into
    • the other — for with the other way of looking at things one
    • karmic connections, as I have often described — looks down at
    • Western hemisphere, if one looks at it where it is America — it
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    • not, for instance, overlook the fact that on into the ninth and tenth
    • orange, yellow, green, blue, violet.] But if you look at the rainbow
    • you look at the red-yellow, you see fear streaming out, and when you
    • look at the blue-violet you have the feeling: there all is courage
    • outlook. And when we do not admit that we think in this atomistic
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    • times was such that very often it looked as though a man who was
    • looked from without like a chance happening, although in reality deep
    • work, the creation of divine-spiritual Beings. When one looks at what
    • your ears: look with your eyes on the things of Nature, hear with
    • through colour and through tone, and as you look and listen, you
    • Yes, but when I use my eyes, when I look out into the world, with all
    • events, the situation suggested this. One looked out into space with
    • Raimon Lull that one must look for the secret of speech first in the
    • for example: If you look in the direction of the constellation of the
    • Lion (Leo), and then look in the direction of the Balance (Libra),
    • Raimon Lull look for a kind of renaissance of the secrets of the
    • light. If however we can look into what lies behind the literature of
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    • company who were gathered there would have looked upon any use —
    • physical body they looked upon as “fallen,” and
    • such brotherhood, where the one looks to the other, where the one is
    • One must look up to the Heavens, if one wants to understand what
    • he says: But it is not for man to look up to these causes in the
    • yet he says: one should not pursue Astrology, one should look only
    • only to look for it in the right place. For it can happen that such a
    • tone of a particular epoch of time must look for that source in the
    • to converse with him. If, however, you know better than to look
    • and needles of the fir-tree, my soul sees through them, looks out
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    • something more than traditions. To look up to a planet in the way
    • Beings, to whom one could look up with the eye of the soul, when one
    • looked in the direction of the star. And Agrippa of Nettesheim knew
    • looked upon as ruled in her inner activity, in her movement in the
    • looked up to the Sun and said: In the Sun are certain Intelligences.
    • man looks on himself and on the Universe. And with this weakening of
    • nineteenth century, has it again become possible to look into these
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    • Spirit-being of Man, they learned to look back into Atlantean times
    • of other currents, which were looked upon as electro-magnetic; and
    • observe something else. It was said to him: “Look at the optic
    • something that is in truth more akin to the whole Western outlook
    • so it was said to the pupil — then look at it in the
    • good, look back and take note of him. For to continue not heeding him
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    • his inner vision. The Initiate of the Egypto-Chaldean epoch looked
    • mist. When he looked into the river or the sea, he saw the secrets
    • express it — the look, the power, the direction of His
    • deprecation, but the look of approval which tells us that it is a
    • approving look which tells us: That is right, in harmony with the
    • write or put down the results I come to. I generally do not look at
    • Michael, so as to meet Michael's approving look, the look that says:
    • 1840's, and how man today, as he looks back, can find his true
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    • heights above us, if we look up to them, we have a picture revealed
    • in the Earth's dark bosom. During winter we must look down to the
    • again, and summer, from the productive Earth. But if in summer we look
    • meteoric iron. If you look at a piece of meteoric iron, you have in it
    • So we can look with understanding and reverence upon the wisdom-filled
    • If we look round us at modern life, as it has developed in the course
    • Look in any direction where our form of civilisation has flowered in
    • look for what it was that in so unparalleled a way has brought people
    • we should look up from using iron materially for earthly purposes, and
    • It is not merely that we should look up in our thoughts from the
    • that we should also look up from what we use in the service of
    • the inner meteoric process. One looks up with comprehension to what is
    • meteoric process, and when looking outward it beholds in the cosmic
    • animal-like Nature. For this he is given guidance when he looks out
    • outward-looking, the sword of flame, molten and shaped anew out of the
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    • his inner vision. The Initiate of the Egypto-Chaldean epoch looked
    • mist. When he looked into the river or the sea, he saw the lasting
    • it — the look, the power, the direction of his gaze.
    • deprecation, but the look of approval which tells us that it is a
    • approving look which tells us: That is just, that is right before the
    • I write or put down the results I come to. I generally do not look at
    • forth once more to-day, man, looking back to this abyss, can relate
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    • And if we look further into the question, we discover that the
    • in a position to look back on their earlier earthly lives.
    • If this is true as regards memory in ordinary life, we must look at
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    • what we can find of the teaching and outlook of the last centuries of
    • that one looks at it as an object and can stand before it, if we
    • we cannot look at it, then how does this fit in with the opinion of
    • than speak of Jahve Himself. Michael was in fact at that time looked
    • epoch who went through the gate of death with a materialistic outlook.
    • materialistic outlook would have been impossible in earlier ages.
    • destiny of men on Earth. And while in the past man could look up to
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    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. We look at this springtime festival
    • dying Nature when we look into the fading process, when the snow
    • leafless autumn, inasmuch as we look towards the approach of the
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    • upon earth, the Jews of the Old Testament looked up to their Jahve, or
    • Jehovah. Those who, among the Jewish priests, looked up in full
    • countenance of Jahve. Just as we learn to know a man when we look into
    • the way he looks at us, so the priesthood of the Old Testament,
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    • very peculiar experience is what awaits one on looking into the
    • complete change. When we look far, far back into the past of
    • it in the future. We look out at the world today in the wide-awake
    • probe into them just for this. However, what can be looked at in a
    • wings to rise up and look over wide perspectives into an infinite
    • and also of our present sun. Spiritual research can look back to the
    • united with earthly substance. It could look down then on earthly
    • look at this short folk tale that can be found among several
    • abstract way, a certain feeling comes over me when I look at the evolution
    • can look at another story, this one from the Melanesian Islands.
    • cosmos is to look at the plants. They can grow only when they have
    • Looking
    • man went further and came to a castle where the king was looking out
    • ever and again into my kingdom. Look! if you've killed a hundred with
    • this brave fellow and gave him a still harder task. “Look! The
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    • As he passed a king's palace, the king was looking out and seeing
    • it all meant. “Well,” said the latter, “just look
    • could look into the mysteries of existence. What the
    • a wife. He looks for a being in the human world who is as nearly as
    • assess all these relationships, so that by looking not only on
    • is looking for; he would not understand at all what conditions are
    • conditions he is looking for are there, but they are distorted by the
    • point out where the other should look for a wife. Through the
    • can become visible when we begin to look at it more inwardly. This is
    • the fire; on looking closer he saw it was a three-headed dragon. He
    • he saw something eating the fire, and on looking closer saw it was a
    • the fire. He looked closer and hesitated a little, losing a few
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    • also put on her golden ring. Then he looked about him and discovered
    • the dawn. They looked at each other and said; “Oh! what a long
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    • Now let us look at the corresponding ancient Heathen festival in any
    • From an ancient Initiation sanctuary man upon Earth looked upward to
    • within the Sun. Man looked out into Space in order to approach the
    • century A.D., instead of looking upward to the
    • looks backward through the course of Time — back to the Mystery
  • Title: Lecture: Moon-birth and Sun-birth. Necessity and Freedom. Stages of the Ancient
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    • look upward from his dependence on earthly things to those things that
    • word, as the general forces of growth — man must look not to the
    • To love the Divine Father forces with heart and mind, to look up to
    • The religions which looked up to the Moon — to the spiritual
    • Thus we look back upon an ancient time when they spoke of a Moon-birth
    • these forces of the Christ, looking down upon me through the cosmic
    • also looked up to the Saturn forces. In these they recognised all that
    • beings looking upward to the Sun — this in their own down-pouring
    • looks outward through the senses and becomes aware of the surrounding
    • he do? He can but look outward from his eyes, hear outward through his
    • roughness and smoothness. He cannot perceive inward, he cannot look
    • of man, and then imagine he is looking into himself. But he is not
    • Suppose that I have a house before me here, and instead of looking in
    • the human being, then even as we look outward through the eyes, so we
    • must become able to look back again through the eyes, and to hear back
    • look inward through the senses, whereas in ordinary life he looked
    • the moment the man learned thus to look inward he also experienced
    • We may draw it diagrammatically. Here is the head. Man looks outward.
    • Now, instead, he learnt to look inward.
    • But in thus looking inward he became aware of what had entered into
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    • clearly understand the following. — When we look at something
    • To understand what this really means we must look back to the event
    • the Beings who inhabit it look out into the universe around. If I may
    • Moon, look out and observe around them the stars of our planetary
    • fashioned on the Moon when the Moon Beings look out upon the other
    • could get beyond the mere looking outward through the eyes or
    • light body, and through his unison with the Moon Beings he had looked
    • with the form of the etheric body of man. He looked up to the Sun as
    • must look up to the Sun. Such indeed was this initiation. Man himself
    • abstract idea however it was transmitted. Man no longer looked into
    • but he looked up to the Moon, to the Full Moon. Gazing upward to the
    • It looks out towards the Sun, that is to say it looks towards the
    • looked out and gazed upon the Being of the Sun, so now the Moon looks
    • Thus we look back to ancient times when the descent of man
    • physical life. But whereas when we look at Nature we see only the
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    • to look as intimately as we can and see how the outer historical
    • can also say: I rise in the starlit night and look up to the heavens
  • Title: Significant Facts: Lecture I: A Convulsive Element in Humanity in the Nineteenth Century
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    • child is describing how he looks into the spiritual world, he relates
    • despot stands with a friend, looking upwards towards a high rock
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    • enhancing certain qualities through heredity; and then they looked
    • conception that when one looks upwards to the stars one has to do
    • world. Mere looking will never suffice even to understand the Mystery
    • of perception if we are to look with true vision into the spiritual
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    • the world-outlook of spiritual science is to be traced back,
    • have been incorrect to say: that man or woman looks like a cat. Such
    • a person actually looked like a cat — or if he were utterly
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    • is little inclination to look beyond man's present day makeup. Although
    • have looked outward to the mountains, to the rocks; he might have looked
    • if somebody had said: Look how thoughts arise out of your brain! Let
    • sure, man was no longer able to look up to the cosmos as he did during
    • with current concepts; but the latter are still appropriate. If we look
    • particular poetic fire. We have to look for the inner reasons for all
    • turn our gaze to the ancient Indian time when the human being looked
    • within human evolution while looking for the divine in his forebears.
    • seek the gods above the earth, to look up to the gods. By gazing at
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    • we look in the opposite direction, toward birth, toward man's passage
    • If you look at
    • We look
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    • form on space; looks for the lines, planes and forms which can enable
    • that you look again at some words of mine about the world of color as
    • we look back into an infinitely distant past. For (to repeat for emphasis)
    • we look back into distant time-perspectives. Thus it is quite impossible
    • a topaz, say, we look back into time-perspective; look back upon the
    • a lyrical element which looks up, with happy countenance, to the upper
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    • I discussed during the last two lectures. Looking at the physical
    • look at the classicism of Goethe, composer of these beautiful lines:
    • an image of the divine-spiritual. Let us look at his careful way of
    • looked about; he did not gather his life experiences in a narrowly circumscribed
    • he could not compete with Goethe's power and impetus. But let us look
    • in which mankind, looking up to the divine-spiritual, strove to create, in
    • Look,
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    • have science, art and religion separated, yet can look back into the time
    • our looking for this culture in present-day primitive peoples) we must
    • examine the times when human beings did not look to the earth, but out
    • thoughts, he would have looked, not for laws of logic, but for the paths
    • us look at
    • serious! At such meetings every face looks grave. To be sure, they look
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    • Otherwise people would have felt ashamed. For man looked upon color
    • a human forehead the way one believes it should look is nonsense; this
    • a sense for painting, we look at an interior view, the matter of most
    • Look at
    • Look at
    • this picture we must forget everything else and look at it solely from
    • fell prey to this danger. Look at the depiction of angels
    • But look how carefully the painters avoided leaving the realm of color.
    • look at the Apostles below: one has a feeling that in this “Ascension
    • between heaven and earth; she would look different. She simply does
    • Apostles; we cannot conceive of them otherwise than looking upward in
    • look at how the genius of language reflects this truth. Tugend
    • worry about who will look at his picture or whether anybody at all will
    • look at it, for he creates within a divine-spiritual community. Gods
    • look over his shoulder; he creates in their company. What does he care
    • or view a picture in a frame, we can imagine ourselves looking out through
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    • Acceptance of modern science means yielding to dead thoughts and looking
    • looking at the corpse of a human being can see by his form that he could
    • the universe; one senses a totality. If, on the other hand, one looks
    • wishes to look out into space in those directions, and to be protected
    • one looks at soul-life in all its weaving and living, then the manifold
    • look at the greenness of plants. We cannot consider this color a subjective
    • Everywhere that we look into green surroundings we perceive, not life
    • Now look
    • look further. The sun appears whitish, and we feel that this whitish
    • it, upon the nervous system. If one looks into the human eye, one finds
    • Now look
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    • that power, let us look at childhood. The age of childhood does not
    • might look upon earth events, upon the deeds of Achilles, Agamemnon,
    • man no longer looked up to the gods, he did not dare to say: Sing, oh
    • Materialism had to happen. We must not look down mockingly on earthly
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    • but the whole of life; we must look at the whole human being.
    • of it. He must look on with the deepest reverence, knowing that here
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    • the physicist would look upon this picture with a finer sense of
    • and such like. It all looks very clever and one can easily be tempted
    • never learn enough in this direction. Look at the children from
    • look around you will find plenty of objects which you can use to
    • possible. Suppose you say to the child: “Look at the beautiful
    • sun! You must really admire it; stand like this so that you can look
    • up and admire the glorious sun.” The child stands, looks up and
    • teacher looks upon what he is telling as childish. He is telling
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    • outlines with our eyes that it is real. But if you look at a stone
    • and form some opinion about it, that is one thing; if you look at a
    • geological formations, let us say red sand, and look at the plants
    • reality that they look at everything in a disintegrated, isolated
    • unity, and by looking upon the earth as an organism and the plant as
    • reality, for it is an object lesson, but all the time you are looking
    • descended to the earth. For there the earth looked quite different.
    • look at the various forms of the animals and describe them, not as
    • has to teach, but has to look it up in a book first, then the child
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    • Anthroposophical outlook must help you along. You must say to
    • violet under a tree with big leaves. And the violet was able to look
    • through an opening at the top of the tree. As she looked through this
    • look up to the great big violet any more, but hid herself under a big
    • all sides. And the little violet looked up all the time as if she
    • children that they looked up to him with unquestioned love. What was
    • Look, this great sky-violet, the god of the violets, is all
    • You will for instance say to hi: “Look, this goes down to here
    • incomplete). But this doesn't look nice, coming right down to here
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    • The body counts. The head looks on. Counting with fingers and toes
    • awakens new life in a man. But if you look at all the object lessons
    • him. And now I can say to him: “Look, if I can cut the piece of
    • say: “Look, here is your right hand but you have another hand
    • can pass on and say: “Look, you can find the number two
    • teacher must have his eyes open wherever he goes and look at
    • its reflection into the head. The head only looks on at all that
    • looking at external objects. You should develop the child's thinking
    • out of its parts, and do not teach him to look first at the whole and
    • then divide this whole into its parts; get him first to look at the
    • the children for instance: “Look, there is a certain number of
    • This is something very remarkable, very striking, and when you look
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    • abstract. Man can no longer really feel his way into language. Look
    • civilised languages make speech an abstract thing. Look at your own
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    • their attention to all the details, what the flame looks like, what
    • life. You must examine this closely. Look first of all at a human
    • examples. I then looked at this book and I found several other
    • know what it looks like then! The essential thing is that we never
    • be taught to produce the kind of thing you see nowadays when you look
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    • will perhaps be just a little light here. Then I look at something
    • which, when the light falls on it in this way, looks greenish in
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    • heart must be looked upon as an effect, not a cause, as a mechanical
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    • sense directly contrary to one another, when looked at in the light of
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    • extremely well fed and healthy looking cattle. Would it occur to you
    • the case of our own flora. If you look at the flora of the mountains
    • difference? The mistake here is quite analogous but is overlooked.
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    • extra-terrestrial agents, we must look here for the effects of what
    • in the earth, but not to look for the causes of their configuration or
    • chemistry which looks, as it were, into what is impenetrable to our
    • you will certainly look for a corresponding equilibrium on the other
    • spiritual realm looks, as it were, right into the external world. This
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    • But we may be liable to overlook an important factor in Time, the
    • influence of the inner planets, we must look for their counter-image
    • we wish to study these forces, we must look at the result of their
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    • this two-sided kinship and must look for something which guides us to
    • so close that we could hardly avoid looking for an analogy with the
    • world brings to meet our organism. We must look at the inner process
    • salt, we need only look for their analogies in the human organisation.
    • Let us look for the polar complementary activity; it must be
    • be expressed thus: You look out into the world, face the horizon and
    • it? If I look into my own heart. I find, as it were, the inverted
    • crude: — Picture to yourselves man standing looking on into the
    • looking out and around. And suppose that the tiniest dwarf imaginable
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    • element locks itself up in the substance, and then we look at it from
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    • man in this way means to look on him somewhat as a finger which is an
    • often strongly inclined to “look up” in his books how a discovery
    • fact that as soon as we look deeper into human nature from the
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    • chemistry looks for in the actual structure of the substance in
    • question, we look for and find in the organic systems of the human
    • forth, which are external to our bodies. Even if we look at the human
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    • sharp look-out for any abnormalities in the formative process of the
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    • Furthermore, we must not overlook the psychological causes frequently
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    • are toxic activities in the organism. This must not be overlooked. The
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    • non-bleeders. A just estimate of this interaction leads us to look
    • Let us then look for those forces which act counter to the antimonial
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    • looks at the effect produced by throwing a handful of salt into warm
    • We must look into the processes of life from this standpoint. For then
    • to say, in chronic states of illness, we must look for symptoms in
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    • conclusions, and simply look at things as they are. What have we
    • us look right away from this life of soul, which emerges only by
    • concerning whom perhaps the less said the better! — let us look
    • defect in the thinking, you must look carefully to see to what extent
    • now look how the entire being of man plays into his development! You
    • for looking out upon his surroundings with free, open perception.
    • we look at a young child, we must see what it is in this child that
    • have here a very striking instance of the need to look also into
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    • think about any knowledge you have gained from looking into some
    • we must look back once again at the life of soul of the child. We
    • yesterday that there is a certain sense in which we have to look upon
    • thoughts are. Where then shall we look for these thoughts.
    • we look out upon our environment, we have around us the world of
    • able to see him as he really is, until we look right away from his
    • help us to do so, if we look at the whole process in somewhat the
    • is a real call to us here to look with love upon the soul-and-spirit
    • nature that descends from the spiritual world, to look with love upon
    • yes, to look with love upon the very details of the insanity. And
    • furnish a psychography of the case, and look rather at the karmic
    • we have to look right and left, and make a new decision — and
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    • forces of weight. Now there are two ways of looking at the matter.
    • equilibrium, and so on. This is one possible way of looking at what
    • let me suggest the following. You look out upon the world around you,
    • soul through the brain. Just look at all their queer
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    • looking at such things they are, of course, bound to bring this
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    • of one another. Look at them carefully. As you see, the second being
    • you have to look for the cause of the trouble. Suppose I have a child
    • To begin with, I look
    • essential.) I look at him, and notice one of the most superficial of
    • therefore, abnormal symptoms are present, I shall have to look for
    • hair, have to look for the cause elsewhere than in richness of
    • child, I shall look for signs of overmuch sulphur in the albumen.
    • past, or there is nothing new left to be done. Look at Richard
    • for example, take the following form. The teacher says: “Look,
    • Teacher: “But you must look at the red.” Child:
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    • developed lower half of the face. Look at the shape of the nose and
    • forces work too powerfully upon this limb-system. Look at a
    • big, because external forces have worked upon them in excess. (Look,
    • the situation. It has made things difficult for him; he looks out
    • as heroes. As soon as a human being can look up, even if only in
    • Look!
    • the child somewhat as follows: “Look! Do you see the tree out
    • there? I want you to draw that tree. Look at its branches! Can you
    • see, to be right there the whole time. “Look, there
    • look with clarity and discernment into the bodily organisation of the
    • expect them to look happy or to laugh! And yet, do you know what is
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    • would not be able to tell, from looking at the boy, how old he is. He
    • disintegration. Let us look, first, at the boy's head. In the head a
    • looking at him. There is however another feature of the case to which
    • state of affairs, the outlook seems at first distinctly serious; it
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    • the size of the head by looking at the little ears which are of
    • little swollen and puffy, but not enlarged. As you look at the child,
    • If you look at the
    • of course whatever we can observe for ourselves by simply looking at
    • they do so here. Look at what has happened! Not a year has gone by
    • brought in.) Look at her! A dear little girl! Charming, is she not?
    • Look at her lovely fair hair. An interesting incident has taken place
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    • child looks up to him and takes him for his pattern and example. That
    • has to learn to be able to look ahead and see what may be the outcome
    • they look upon the militia as something that is necessary for
    • able to look up with love and respect to his teacher (for parents, as
    • is here looked upon by no means merely as a necessity, but as
    • engaged in preparing microscopic slides; he will look round in all
    • the head. We must however be careful here to look at relative and not
    • anyone who looks at the matter from a layman's point of view. We have
    • think of this little fellow, whenever I look at him, it is not merely
    • we should have a child of this kind to look after, who is rather
    • should not be overlooked. In the case we are considering, a great
    • overlook the smallest sign of slovenliness of speech. In all your
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    • now you will be wanting to say to me: It looks as though the
    • have not troubled themselves to look into it sufficiently. But the
    • here you have a point (blue). It doesn't look like that in the
    • another. They only look different from outside. There is a
    • here it is too! Why do they look different? Because that
    • you have only to look at the attachments of the jawbones, and you can
    • impassively. Look at Nietzsche! What a different sort of fellow he
    • The child has about her an extraordinarily animal look, the reason
    • aura, in the periphery. And now we look round in the native
    • to him; and having first had a good look at each in turn, talking with
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    • substantial success can be looked for under three or four years —
    • find; and we have here a clear instance of how by looking at what the
    • enable one to look right into the whole being of the child. For we
    • holy orders!) looks sadly on.
    • imagination. Look up the little book where all the songs are recorded
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    • themselves to look further and enquire into the causes of it. For
    • and even the fruit can become deformed, we would be able, by looking
    • once we begin to look at the phenomena of life from this aspect, it
    • by looking at the matter in this light. Starting therefore from this
    • Earth consciousness; the true I can be seen only by looking back into
    • shows on the surface, then, when we look at someone who is sailing
    • of Eurythmy. Here too it should be evident that you must look
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    • are already active in the vegetable kingdom. We look at the
    • first we have learnt to look back with the intense
    • there is also a destructive process going on. If we look at any
    • `Rhine,'“ but we mean the flowing water which we look at.
    • reason of too strong a destructive process, and then look with
    • beneficial or not. We can look into the human organism in
    • Therefore if we learn to look into the human being spiritually
    • true knowledge of the spirit) — we also learn to look
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    • So when we look into this wonderful form of
    • condition. When we look in this way into the nature of the
    • we look at the system of nerves and senses with spiritual
    • silicic acid is active. But if we look at the other side of the
    • If we look at it this way, we can perceive
    • growth. It is only when we can look in this way into the human
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    • order to understand such conditions we must be able to look
    • we look deeply into the human organisation in its relation to
    • would prefer to look out into the world, not clearly, but
    • let us look again at the human organism. Throughout the
    • Summer. If we could look back upon our physical and etheric
    • let us imagine that we are looking for plant-remedies.
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    • the vegetable kingdom. We look at the plants springing up out
    • nature. For if at first we have learnt to look back with the
    • destructive process going on. If we look at any one of the
    • which we look at. Yet it is different every moment. The Rhine
    • strong a destructive process, and then look with sight made
    • can look into the human organism in respect of the relative
    • learn to look into the human being spiritually in this way
    • of the spirit) — we also learn to look into the spiritual
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    • So when we look
    • do with an unhealthy condition. When we look in this way into
    • processes of the nerves and senses; so that if we look at the
    • active. But if we look at the other side of the question
    • If we look at it
    • look in this way into the human organism that we can perceive
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    • understand such conditions, we must be able to look into the
    • head. Here we look deeply into the human organisation in its
    • would prefer to look out into the world, not clearly, but
    • Now let us look
    • of Spring and Summer. If we could look back upon our physical
    • imagine that we are looking for plant-remedies. Gentians
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    • orthodox scientific study of medicine. It is easy, in looking at the
    • If one looks at the human brain, one sees — in those
    • One can look back upon the evolution of humanity, that is to say upon
    • science; and if, in such a retrospect, one looks into a past so remote
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    • orthodox scientific study of medicine. It is easy, in looking at the
    • If one looks at the human brain, one sees — in those
    • One can look back upon the evolution of humanity, that is to say upon
    • science; and if, in such a retrospect, one looks into a past so remote
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    • looked as to their last hope. — Before it had yet taken
    • in the character of our spiritual life, and said, that I looked
    • just look at what the results have been of this incapacity to
    • Anyone who looks deeper into the conditions, knows,-that
    • brings Wages in its train; and one only needs to look into the
    • considerations. Nobody can look into life with a
    • Anyone, who looked from the real experience of life in one nationality
    • looks out at life from some point of view like this at
    • march, and looks much more like a skipping-about, — or
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture I: The Principle of Spiritual Economy in Connection with Questions of Reincarnation: An Aspect of the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind
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    • great differences exist when one looks at the course of human
    • earlier, and look at the ancient Persian time, the period of
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture II: Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings
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    • Let us look
    • periods in Christian development. Anyone who can look more
    • from the physical plane. We need only look at the early
    • look not at its content, but perceive it as a means of
    • centuries. There are people today who look up passages in
    • look at world history as it really is.
    • host so that he or she could henceforth look into the
    • this in the right perspective and try to look at the world as
    • If we look at
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    • reincarnation from this point of view by looking back into
    • counterparts. Contemptuously they look down on those who are
    • representatives of modern culture look contemptuously down at
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    • first look backwards into the past and then allow the future
    • look at the physical organism of the Atlantean individual. It
    • today when we look at the head of a newborn baby and discover
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    • clear when one looks at two great individuals who prepared
    • necessary to look at the old mystery centers where the
    • look at another great representative of Christianity: Thomas
  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VI: On the Occasion of the Dedication of the Francis of Assisi Branch
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    • were able to look around in the vicinity of this hospitable
    • Let us look
    • enthusiasts. Then, as we look at events such as this one
    • it may also be fitting to say that we can certainly look
    • nature, enclose us today and look at the rest of the world.
    • place where I was to speak looked differently, and it was on
    • nevertheless look with a certain satisfaction to the souls
    • powers, and this enabled them to look into the spiritual
    • events of our evolution. Let us look at the great sensation
    • future to look into the spiritual world while being conscious
    • Look into
    • discoverers, as scholars and natural scientists. They look
    • has set, the spirit indwelling in it will look into our
    • how to look at him as a person prone to make mistakes —
    • depart. Let us look up to the light of Francis of Assisi; let
    • the time when the Christ descended to earth. Let us look back
    • spanning some twelve hundred years. First, let us look at
    • admiration should be superfluous. Specifically, let us look
    • were there to look at it. Now when Buddha looked at a corpse,
    • after Christ would look at the corpse and see it as the
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  • Title: Principle/Economy: Lecture VII: The Macrocosmic and the Microcosmic Fire: The Spiritualization of Breath and Blood
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    • increasing number of people. Today let us look back into the
    • able to look into the divine world. The Buddha had one great
    • Let us look
    • thought that flashes up in the soul. Suppose we looked out
    • Then suppose that, as we looked into our soul, we sensed an
    • through material existence will look up to the sky, see the
    • Let us look
    • at first in the dark; looking in this world first to the past
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    • process of looking more and more deeply into the human
    • Let us look
    • matter. The oriental sages were deeply distressed and looked
    • deeply saddened especially when they looked into the future
    • look at a period of twelve centuries: the six centuries
    • Buddha continued to look into the manifestations of life, he
    • after the Event of Golgotha looked up to the corpse on the
    • perceived by people who look up to the cross of Golgotha with
    • had said? Those who look up to the cross of Golgotha with a
    • significant happens. Let us look at the microcosmic world.
    • our trials and after we can look back upon the experiences of
    • wisdom of the world by looking back at it in the light of
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    • look at his life from this point of view, we will understand
    • were capable of looking into the future had to take care that
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    • increasingly darker. By contrast, let us look at the soul of
    • look down on it as on something that belonged to it, thus
    • right way? A complete reversal in the way human beings looked
    • world of the senses and not turning away from it. In looking
    • look up to the sun and see in its aura the Sun God, he knew
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    • an understanding through listening and through looking back
    • average people looked up in reverence as one would to high
    • ideals. To look up to the individuals who had reached such a
    • Let us look
    • the fine script of the Akasha Chronicle looks back into the
    • ages gave birth to not only peoples who were destined to look
    • look at the times of Buddha and Zarathustra and observe what
    • eyes off the temple and looks for a similar substance in the
    • investigations by looking at the Holy Scriptures written
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    • today, and of the outlook for his future evolution on this
    • concerned with this outlook. They were content to envisage man in
    • we had gone up on a balloon and looked down from above on the larger
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    • inwardly that he was spirit born of spirit, when he looked outward to
    • been like. There was a time when man looked up to the starry heavens
    • differently from the ordinary way. When we look into a mirror, we see
    • possession of all his senses, instead of looking into the Sun and
    • I look into the lower part of a plant, I see in it an elemental
    • spiritual wisdom which makes it solid and permanent; if then I look
    • Jacob Boehme possessed this atavistic power when he looked a the plant and saw the quality of salt below, the mercurial in the middle and the phosphoric above. Thus we can see in the spirit of a man such as Boehme, who was a natural Sun-Initiate, a capacity belonging to an earlier period of civilization, that primal civilization before there was any reading or writing. You completely misunderstand him if you read works such as the Mysterium Magnum, the De Signatura Rerum or the Aurora and do not see that in this stammering presentation there is something quite similar to what I described in relation to the Druids. Boehme was not initiated in an external sense, but his Sun-Initiation rises within him like a repetition of an earlier earthly existence. We can trace this into the very details of his biography.
    • look for something absolute, not in the physical world but in the
    • ordinary materialistic outlook say that he went mad. But it ought to
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    • Initiation. The laws we look for in the external world by our methods
    • look more closely into the details of a dream, you will discover the
    • scientific, the laws we look for in the external world by our method
    • its activity, and he could not rid himself of it. If he looked up at a
    • which looked at him with horrifying eyes. The same things happened
    • Mystery of Golgotha only if we can look back on what had once occurred
    • consciousness first received its imprint, it has looked on Nature
    • reality men will not look; they will not press forward to that
    • 300 years and see what our heart looked like 300 years ago.
    • him. People looked forward to lectures on philosophy of a more
  • Title: Lecture IV: The Sun-Initiation of the Druid Priest and His Moon-Science
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    • ordinary consciousness; they are primordial Beings to whom we look
    • the Sun. When we look at the single dolmens we find that they are
    • when men could not look at the calendar to see when it was right to
    • soil. In those ages men did not look at a book in order to get
    • something, you read. The Druid priest looked at the action of the Sun
    • he looked into the root-nature of a plant beneath the soil, where the
    • The Druid priests said to themselves: “Looking out into this
    • cannot but be deeply moved when he looks at these scant relics of the
    • something altogether living if we would look back on the way the Druid
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    • depend upon the spreading of Spiritual Science. You see, if we look
    • them and looked up to them in their prayers than it is today, if we
    • time. In still earlier ages they could look up at their dead with
    • looks back at the man who stayed behind, he finds that, in general,
    • is my wife? What has become of her?” He can only look back at the
    • whatever. When we look down from the after death life upon someone
    • picture, I on my part felt the impulse to look at it with you!”
    • always know that we are looking at this or that — as we see these
    • when a spiritual being is looking at us. When we pass through the
    • spiritual worlds we always feel that this or that being is looking at
    • that this or that being is looking at us. We are constantly aware of
    • giving the clairvoyant vision the outlook on the general conditions
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    • The forces by means of which we look back later at our former
    • this clairvoyantly we find ourselves obliged to look for them in very
    • purpose of enabling him to look back into earlier earth-lives. But at
    • clairvoyant must, he would be able to look at his earlier earth-lives.
    • acquire the power of looking back into earlier earth-lives by holding
    • which enable him to look back into his former earth-lives. But besides
    • enable us to look into the world between death and a new birth, but
    • Those forces must be found which enable a man to look into the world
    • able to look back at that portion of the spiritual worlds in which we
    • himself looking down more and more on those below, the spiritually
    • century and end of the preceding one. From thence he looked down at
    • dear to him; for it is one of our experiences thus to look down at the
    • be born later than they and who are now looking down at them. This may
    • person he wished to imitate, as he looked down with a certain
    • of course with a somewhat different feeling, one looks back as a
    • vision of the earth-dweller looking up to Heaven, without having any
    • decade or so who are looking into our own souls with longing eyes; for
    • gazing down to earth and looking for those who may become their
    • early youth; looking down he sees possibilities, here and there, of
    • developed for the purpose of looking back into former lives. I want
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    • look at the Earth and its events from such an aspect, we must only
    • which it looks out into cosmic space as with its physiognomy, so to
    • Let us first look at the Earth at the time of the winter solstice, in
    • of his message was formed, not by looking at the sunlight directly in
    • physiognomy, with which she looks out into the universe, she reveals
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    • When we celebrate the Easter festival today, if we look about us into
    • Easter thought, as it stands in cosmic records... “Look upon
    • faith man can still look upon what the Easter festival gives him: Upon
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    • as something to which they looked up, they then added also the
    • People today are like earthworms, I might say, looking for sunlight
    • Let us consider this Michael thought somewhat more closely. If we look
    • But when we look into the autumn mood, with the rising and becoming
    • only look at it in the right way, if we contrast it in the right way
    • And it is different again when we look back into still earlier times
    • Only when we look at the present stage of mankind's evolution does the
    • If we look, however, only at a realm in which everything is
    • of course we must look at if we want to observe the interweaving of
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    • was: “Look around thee.”
    • they had said: “Receive the Light,” and in autumn “Look
    • If you look back once more to what was in the depths of winter the
    • heavens had to say. They looked at the phenomena of Nature, but what
    • elemental beings, but they looked for it outside themselves. They
    • look on the Norwegian Song of Olaf [Åsteson]* as a later development
    • light;” and in autumn, at Michaelmas: “Look around
    • Why? — When he looks into a microscope he knows what is not
    • spirit. When he looks through a telescope into the far spaces of the
    • dead product toward which we look back, so must this thought
  • Title: Lecture I: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • outlook — in such a way that they will be competent to understand the
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    • downwards and we see on the surface what looks like the impress of a
    • imagine him to be when we look at him only in the outer Maya, in the
    • middle. Look at this vertical line on the blackboard. Imagine that a
    • and backward orientation, looking before and behind. Instead of
    • Dornach. If you look at the Goetheanum
    • what we are trying to do here in art. For if we look at this art from
    • beautiful garden. And suppose we were able to look down a hole in the
    • physiologist: “I find your activity when I look down through a hole in
    • our outlook and learn to behold man as he stands within the cosmos.
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    • hardness. If you could look at it, you would not of course see it as
    • Whenever a man turns his thought and attention to duty, he looks right
    • fact. He pictures duty as a lofty goddess, to whom man looks up:
    • instreaming forces of Lucifer and Ahriman. And when we look at the
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    • Play must thus be looked upon absolutely as a representation of
    • Looking at the German, the Weimar
    • amongst other things, stands once more before his soul. She looks
    • which is here looked on as the actual life, so to speak, of
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    • his Messiah, he did indeed look at the beginning of the
    • look'd at me as she did love,
    • Looke, and to morrow
    • Let us look first
    • First, let us look at the rhythmic system. In
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    • Now, although we look in recitation mainly for the metrical
    • Thus to my sonne do I yeeld, such lookes her
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    • And look just of a piece, as I grew
    • And fearless, quench their thirst, while I look
    • will come to light and the raising of what looks like a prose
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    • If we look at the means by which
    • tempted to look upon something like this as contrived by the
    • plastic element of the language. If, on the other hand, we look at
    • proceeds.” Looking at the Saint Cecilia, at
    • She rises among flowers & looks toward the
    • Look how the opening dawn advances with vocal
    • Look how the beams foreshew the rising of some
    • Greeks. We have to look at Goethe’s instinctive artistic
    • entire man. Looking back, we see how in the Nibelungenlied
    • look! the Bull! indubitably bull,
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    • Looking on our synns unknown.
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    • That men might look and live as Glo-worms
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    • [For something similar in English we need look
    • overlooked the moor;
    • never looks behind;
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    • Let us now survey a later time. Let us look, for
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • world-outlooks, find practical expression in human life, including
    • directly from a rational observation of the world. And if looking
    • the sole ideal of Christianity, while the other looks solely at the
    • it. This second outlook has been much calumniated because it
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    • looks at the process from within, as in Buddhism, or from without, as
    • organs, but for looking into the spiritual, not the physical, world.
    • skin can look upon the skin from outside, though feeling it as a part
    • feelings in all their intensity, who has looked upon the Guardian of
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    • been able to look up to the higher worlds and so to receive
    • look upon Him.
    • say, if people had the patience and perseverance to look at things
    • must agree that Buddha should be looked on as one of the highest
    • of Palestine. If we were to look upon Christ Jesus simply as a high
    • could look upon it, because the Gods had to make use of the world of
    • example, a man who in his whole cast of mind can be looked upon as a
    • of the modern period? When we look into the matter we see from the
    • the God who bowed Himself to the Cross; when the soul looks to Christ
    • death extends over everything. If we look at external nature, our
    • thought, Soloviev says: Look at the natural scientists, what answer
    • longing, there opens for him an outlook into a realm, the realm of
    • is to be looked upon as justified. Faith is something which goes
    • person not able to look into the spiritual world can come to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • persons will grow up able to look on the Christ. That which has
    • those early times it indicates — if we look away from the event
    • looking back to men who had lived in the third century before Christ,
    • The message of John the Baptist, ‘Change your outlook on the
    • Anyone who looks
    • by men who could look upon the Christ-Event spiritually with
    • judgment that would certainly be correct. But if we look at the whole
    • Now if we look round and see what influence it has had, then in the
    • something new, souls that are to look out on the world with new
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    • you recall that in the course of our lectures we have come to look
    • first of all look at man in his physical body. We know that occult
    • look away from the external world and try to live within ourselves,
    • look at the fourth member of the human being, the physical body, it
    • look at the character of the Greek consciousness, as it held sway in
    • understand that the Greek soul, having looked with so great a love
    • one looks at it solely from the point of view of feeling, then we
    • come in thy carriage; look at it! In it thou canst see only the
    • that I look with horror on what will happen to it after death.’
    • with my skin, and that I shall look upon God with whom I am united.’
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    • points brought out yesterday in looking at the differing views of the
    • with a modern man's outlook on the world.
    • the tomb first; and stooping to look in, he saw the linen cloths
    • weeping outside the tomb, and as she wept she stooped to look into
    • this idea. For looking at the matter quite soberly, what does it demand
    • could be made only by someone whose whole mode of thought and outlook
    • declares? Looking with inner vision on that which the Greeks loved
    • world-outlooks, we can best do it in the following way.
    • If we look back to
    • physical eye looks upon a physical body, what it sees is the mineral
    • clairvoyance it appears as Phantom only when we look away from all
    • fluid into a transparent glass, so that the glass looks coloured, so
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    • cosmic-ally and historically into view. But how is it when we look at
    • shatters my intellectual outlook, or to admit that it may be beyond
    • going in a certain direction, looking straight ahead. Your name is
    • evolution. It looks on them as miracles, or says it cannot comprehend
    • working of Lucifer, and death. And now let us look at this working.
    • in the flesh — all this must be looked upon as worthless; it is
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    • Persian civilisation and looking up to the great Sun Spirit, he was
    • elements. Hence the disciples who looked into the grave found the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • appears to be something quite new. If, however, we look away from the
    • who could look deeply into occult connections, and particularly into
    • entirely a concern of the individual soul. To anyone with an outlook
    • alone gives real content to our theosophical outlook. All this,
    • but not if you look at history in concrete terms — the feelings
    • his primal connection with the Gods, what did he find when he looked
    • to comprehend external nature, as the outlook of Copernicus, Kepler
    • that is how it looks to these people: the earth is such an
    • wished to teach. When in the future course of evolution people look
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    • those persons in whom higher faculties have awakened will look upon
    • physical world, the preparation to look with full understanding, with
    • For a person who looks upon it unprepared, when his powers have been
    • preparation of an evolution of this kind we must look at a much
    • years from now, this Bodhisattva, looking back on all that has
    • happened in the new epoch, and looking back on the Christ-Impulse and
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    • and potent factor in life itself. To understand this we must look far
    • We have often looked back to the times preceding the great Atlantean
    • Atlantis between Europe, Africa and America. We have also looked still
    • Once again let us look back. We have said that suffering and pain, nay
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    • his former state of dependence man had looked back into the bosom of
    • The subtle difference between the two Beings must not be overlooked.
    • In the wider connection we must look not only at the karma of the past
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    • was to look upon like a jasper and a sardine stone, and there was a
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    • dumb before the mystery of man. Look where you will in science
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    • easy, from a kind of modern superiority, to look down upon the
    • “sought,” but was looked for as the natural growth of the
    • education, now the knower becomes the ideal. We have only to look at
    • development on into our own times, unless we look at the course of
    • them. The fact that the Oriental only looked to the bodily nature was
    • look at the Greek palæstra where the Gymnasts worked, we must
    • the spirit were looked upon as an inner unity, an inner totality in
    • let us look at what was developed in palæstric — which
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    • looks back to Greece. The first thing to remember is the following:
    • so the delight of those who look back with inner satisfaction on what
    • present-day civilization, we look with some astonishment at the
    • aspect. And what of the inner aspect? Let us now look back once again
    • with inner satisfaction and assent it looks back upon that which we
    • look back on us and say, “Yes!”
    • fourteenth years all those things to which it can look back in later
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    • image, but let us look at John Stuart Mill's idea of imagery, for
    • move; they associate themselves. And now we look back upon
    • exactly like the consciousness a man would have if he were to look at
    • Think of the shock you would have if you were to look in the mirror
    • they were to look at themselves in a mirror and see their spirit
    • are quite familiar with the form of a tiny animal germ when they look
    • looks at things and forms mental images of what one sees. But
    • studying the physical body of man, we look outside in Nature, in
    • look at the human being; we see his head; in the head the
    • must look for the activity of the second soul-force, namely feeling,
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    • seventh year. It settles down, as it were, and looks after its own
    • some future time people do not only look through the microscope or
    • to look with his eyes at what is outside man. Education no longer
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    • following impression of these processes in the animal, if they look
    • kinds of coercive measures, and then look at him in his fiftieth year, or
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    • each other in such a way that the child's outlook on Nature and man
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    • at the Waldorf School we are not so narrow-minded as to look down in any
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    • profession and besides looking after the children's health, he is
    • look nice, be comfortable and weather-proof ...” And then off
    • being weatherproof, comfortable and beautiful to look at.
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    • lectures, we may perhaps just in this sphere look back with a
    • spiritual life of the cultural world of today. Looking back on
    • reason for this is that wherever we look today we find a gulf
    • ancestors. We look upon this child as he lies there before us
    • longer within it. This is why people looked up to the
    • could still look into a world order that was both physical and
    • he looks into the wide world. His education becomes art. It is
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    • us look at Goethe and Schiller from an outward point of view,
    • exercise restraint in his way of looking at things. He did not
    • a man with Goethe's healthy outlook the spiritual and the
    • a contrast let us look at the life of Schiller. From the outset
    • is at this point of time that one must look back on a person's
    • look deeply into human life.
    • see behind these things and look into the real being of this
    • can give. We learn to look right into human life. In bringing
    • human beings. But let us now look at the matter as a whole. Can
    • is human simply by looking at a single human life in the way
    • souls which will teach us to look upon every child in a deeper
    • is possible to look up and see into the pre-natal life of man
    • know, if you have acquired the right way of looking at these
    • the greatest importance which we must look into and understand.
    • many people consider to be highly unpractical, what they look
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    • observed today in some such way as this. We say: I look upon
    • human nature. It must be possible for us to look in a
    • This is the first thing to look out for in a child; for how a
    • forth from speech. We must therefore look upon this sequence as
    • am moving my fingers, or he looks at something just as I am
    • looking at it, not according to what I tell him. He imitates
    • one were to clothe the words in a gesture, by saying: Now look,
    • from birth until death. To be able to look at man as a whole is
    • have today were not always there. Let us look back to those
    • scientific outlook, but they do not belong to the classroom
    • little boy, then, looking cursorily at the drawing, you would
    • They remain always at the stage where they look for the support
    • to look into it themselves, but they ask: Where is the expert
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    • This is a way of looking at things which leads directly from
    • of man. To what then must we look when we observe the child?
    • Today we are accustomed to look at one plant alongside of
    • with yellow flowers will at once look to see what kind of soil
    • Anyone as old as I am can say: I know how potatoes looked 50
    • years ago in Europe — and how they look today! Today we
    • unreal ideas. For instance they look upon a piece of chalk and
    • arise: What will the clock look like on its return? for he does
    • must always look into the spiritual side of things. This is
    • modern man with his way of looking at things reads the opinions
    • only look at these things quite crudely. Imagine that the human
    • right out, that the eyes were to look upwards instead of
    • This way of looking at things places us with our soul life once
    • destroy this relationship. But we must look deeply into the
    • about things which today are taken for granted when looked at
    • different. All this reacts on the physical body. And if we look
    • understands nothing of matter! Look into it yourselves and see
    • when looked at from a certain point of view. But drawn out to
    • one sees oneself suddenly as a skeleton. With such an outlook,
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    • or fixed. Indeed it is certainly helpful if one can look behind
    • geometry. Now coming into another school and looking at its
    • not call for much attention. But if one looks with real
    • is precisely what later on he will have to look up again in his
    • diploma, but in certain respects I look more closely at one who
    • this Primary School it has only to be looked up in the
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    • looks for support. If he does not merely let the parents come
    • into account and work it out for himself; he must look at the
    • person. He looks up to such a person, taking him as an
    • young child to look upon his teacher as his model. But now,
    • some support from the outer world, needs necessarily to look
    • look for another kind of comprehension, for ideas in
    • the world — and eurythmy will be looked upon as just such
    • but to work with a somewhat wider outlook so that the school is
    • said, how people begin to look out of their astral bodies, how
    • the anthroposophical teacher always looks on big problems
    • different thing whether a teacher only looks into text books
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    • this respect largely a matter of looking into the material with
    • necessary to look right through a human being, so that the
    • to look upon a man as spirit, then this man is not only a
    • appertains to the senses in a spiritual way, and one must look
    • the point of looking at the child in the right way.
    • to look right into physical symptoms and to realise that if a
    • we look at what lies between them as part of the whole human
    • He must only extend his outlook. For instance it will impress a
    • what was specially significant about this Drake, so I looked it
    • we know this, we shall not look upon it as an infringement of
    • it is necessary to look into relationships such as these, about
    • soul-spiritual and the physical must be looked upon as a whole,
    • when we are able to look somewhat more deeply into the history
    • again somewhere else. We must learn to look out for this. We
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    • age of 10 the shape of the nose will still be the same. Looked
    • importance that we learn to look with understanding at this
    • looked awful” — or something of the kind.
    • cannot. It is not that you have overlooked him and failed to
    • pictures of how a meal-time looked in a particular
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    • still living, pristine and natural. A Roman in his toga looked
    • concept of man in movement. When one looks at a Greek statue
    • Now try to look back on the whole life of the Middle Ages.
    • human being is completely overlooked and scraps of knowledge
    • rate to look upon it as an essential requirement — it is
    • children look as if they were small professors. And should one
    • no longer look at the human being himself, but only at what can
    • a town is — if he only knows what the town looks like?
    • now let us look into life. We have the economic life, the life
    • brought in by the business; he only looks at the abstract
    • down and look out in the encyclopaedia the material he requires
    • let us look at human beings who are highly educated. At most we
    • education was looked upon as a means of healing, and this
    • doctor is much as if one looked for tailors who made the left
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    • need only look back into those ancient times in the evolution
    • thought one looks forward a few hundred years, one may at any
    • unable to look courageously at the path opening out before him.
    • And anthroposophists would fain look with the same courage at
    • unfold its intrinsic reality. When one looks such things in the
    • spoke. Today, looking at things from outside, it might well be
    • what thrives there, thrives in a way that must be looked upon
    • necessity. We must look reality in the face in a living way. Do
    • look ahead in their thinking. They do not see the threads
    • and soul, and they look askance at anthroposophy when it widens
    • is still looked upon today as an absurd fantasy, it will
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    • what it looked like — this fish that you saw. If I make
    • this for you (see drawing) it looks very like a fish. What you
    • saw as a fish looks something like what you see there on the
    • saying ‘fish:’ F-f-f-f. Now look, you have started now
    • look like in print, and one day we write a long sentence on the
    • to the child: “Just look, I describe these paper shreds
    • to a child before fourteen. But I can say: “Just look at
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    • can look on the process which takes a year in the whole
    • great cosmic process. If you look at it more closely, the
    • this cosmic feeling, however, as you see, by looking on the
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    • must look on the first school-lesson which you take with your
    • children by all possible means: the child must look up with
    • school. This looking with a certain respect to the surrounding
    • hesitation at the fact that you are, in so doing, looking
    • Look how grown-ups have books and can read. You cannot
    • instance, “Look at yourself, now. You have two hands, a
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    • Look; when the grown-ups want to write down what a bath
    • look at it, but they grasp it with their whole being. Now I
    • you need. For what you look up in this research is of far less
    • look at the top of the house; what do you say for that? ‘Dach!’
    • Phoenicians, but you are to look to developing yourself the
    • looks like it, too! For through this Puttkammer orthography we
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    • the appalling way in which we have been educated only to look
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    • being when he eats or looks at something. When the human being
    • eye feels the constant need to look into light, and, when it
    • if we now look for the ways in which man most resembles a
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    • Look, there you have made an English
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    • on the land or look down to it from the air; that is, we show
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    • standing in space. But look at a tree in winter, look at a tree
    • in spring, and look at a tree in summer. The tree is always
    • there, but it looks different in winter, in summer, in spring.
    • chalk but is on the board. And now I go on to say: “Look,
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    • you were to look back at
    • everything already, and looking out for other things to do.
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    • “You see, when you and I look back on our thoughts during
    • — shall often look back. This Waldorf School weighs very
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    • look upon the child with physical eyes, we will all the time be
    • And we will not only look to what human existence experiences after
    • Science with its anthroposophical outlook: to perceive the
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    • Let us look at what is ordinarily called mental picture. We must
    • picture. Anyone who looks with an open mind at what lives in men as
    • life and this reflection is mental picturing. Thus when you look at it
    • “We look at things, then we make them abstract, and thus we get
    • sympathy. When we look upon ourselves as men, then we see ourselves as
    • the cosmos. If you look at it from this point of view you will more
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    • into the super-sensible world. Actually, looking at things involves the
    • phenomena. If, for example, you look at a horse's eyes, which are
    • you will say: I am looking out upon the world, the stream of dying is
    • have looked quite other than they do to-day.
    • Thus on the one hand we look into a world which encompasses ourselves
    • look into all that enters into the forces of our blood and muscle
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    • the physical bodies of the various animals. If we were to look at the
    • invisible. But when we look at the will nature we find the following:
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    • soul activity comes to expression. For instance, let us look at the
    • human eye. If we look at it in its totality we shall see that the
    • look at something I am not exercising any antipathy in this
    • looking.” But indeed you do exercise it. When you look at an
    • in your eye, everything you looked at would be an object of disgust to
    • Now what do the manifestations of feeling in the body look like? You
    • looking, in the eye's activity, we hardly notice the feelings of
    • opponent in the person of Eduard Hanslick of Vienna, who looked upon
    • it says dogmatically: we look out upon the world that is round about
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    • physical can only be understood when it is looked upon as a revelation
    • when we look at the nature of willing in our own organism. What we
    • If you look at the matter in this way, from the educational point of
    • not look at the world superficially we must recognise that our whole
    • Anyone who looks deeply into these things sees that what appear as the
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    • For in all that the child looks at and perceives we must also
    • we look up the derivation of the word Geist (spirit) in Fritz
    • sleeping, if you look at your own experience or another's on falling
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    • occasions. Let us look at this more in detail.
    • man, you hear his voice, and moreover you know that you look human
    • overlook the fact that in the sense of sight we have chiefly to do
    • looked upon as one. What you immediately perceive through the real
    • look at a red circle in a dull and blank way if you could not perceive
    • way. But you do not look upon it in a blank way because you look at it
    • we had not twelve senses we should look at our environment like
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    • we look at any one single thing. Suppose that you go to a menagerie
    • the form and habits of the lion you are now looking at are
    • bring with you into the menagerie. Then you look at the lion and find:
    • work. We go about the world and we look at people. These people we
    • another; I am really looking at one single person who is coming out
    • up to puberty he longs for an authority to look up to; after this time
    • outlook of childhood, that children are a race who believe in the
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    • consists of the limbs. But the head also has its limbs. If you look
    • understand the outer forms when you look upon them as revelation of
    • stocking looks like turned inside out. But a tubular bone is not equal
    • also, but in a somewhat abstract way. Hence, when you look at Egyptian
    • further evolved animal. If we look for the ancestry of our head we go
    • relationships to the macrocosm. How different is the outlook which
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    • It would be quite wrong to look upon the human being as a chaotic
    • “F” on the board for the children, and let them look at it
    • bodily development of his children, and he must notice what they look
    • children on to another teacher every year. And, to look at the matter
    • The psychologists of to-day look upon everything as a finished
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    • which it is sustained. When we look out into the physical sense-world
    • when the head would like to shape you so that you would look like a
    • wolf; at other times it would like to shape you so that you would look
    • like a lamb. Then again, so that you would look like a serpent; it
    • out in nature, in the different animal forms. If you look at the
    • really remains in you? You can look at a human being. Imagine that you
    • look at the plant world, it is metamorphosed carbon, which is
    • Thus if we look at the whole plant world of man's environment we must
    • oxygen. This appears as a process of combustion, and it looks as
    • Now we will look at something most remarkable. Consider breathing. It
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    • rendered that for once it looked at nature with complete disregard of
    • and worldly outlook makes us ask: “What is the eternal,
    • up when he prepares a model. And now let us look at the brain of a
    • We look at a child. If our view is merely external we cannot actually
    • twentieth year. We look upon everything as a continuous development.
    • surroundings? If, however, one looks more closely into the life of a
    • as the child can look up to in a perfectly natural way, can he be a
    • moment, a moment which must not be over-looked by the teacher. In this
    • pray — to look up to something; — and hence they could will
    • down to something. If one has learned at first to look up, to honour,
    • to-day how a certain manner of inner life, not merely an outlook on
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    • world outlook from which I now speak, is generally not understood
    • looking-glass. When I stand there and hold a mirror and look at myself
    • movements as I do, it looks like me, but it is not I; it differs from
    • Thus: Just as we look away from the reflection to the man himself when
    • and soul if we look back to this older way and see, for example, how
    • as onlookers: we do not then bring about any perceptible change in
    • being. The Yogi looked to find his manhood in the breath: we modern
    • the breathing process. We must now go outwards, must look upon every
    • flower, look upon every animal, look upon every man, and live in the
    • How one looks upon the plant not merely externally, but how one
    • that you can apply to man. Look at the human body, it is like a
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    • of inward work to do what otherwise life would do for us. If we look
    • And now: can we ourselves do what otherwise life does? Can we look
    • this new way can only be achieved by looking away from the passing
    • must look to, not adulthood.
    • not look into his very being. Natural science has attained great
    • but there are also people who have not learned how to look through a
    • microscope; they look into it and no matter how they manipulate it
    • how to look through a microscope one will be able to see what is
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    • child has to look at a face that is furrowed with grief, this affects
    • says rather: we need the higher outlook because it is just this that
    • spiritual outlook on the teacher's or educator's state of mind is of
    • ages we have no wish to revive; nevertheless anyone who can look upon
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    • an imitative being into one who looks to the authority of an educator,
    • all look different. No one man's hair is like another's. Life displays
    • To look upon a plant in isolation is as absurd as if we were to pull
    • really only be decided by one who is enabled to overlook the whole of
    • logical connection between them. But it is apparent to one who looks
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    • the nerve cells look like this”: — it is all very fine, put
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    • exceptionally good, and look upon an institution such as the Waldorf
    • A teacher has to look upon these things in a different way from the
    • produce things from their own feeling for form, they look like this,
    • can see he looks very depressed and sad.
    • of work, for instance, you will not be able to decide without looking
    • does not look its best, some children are clumsy, others not amenable
    • Sicily, for instance, look like this, (coloured map) and we get a map.
    • how the band should look according to whether it is in one position or
    • one looks at a book, and opens it so, there is a difference between
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    • must look to the shades of feeling and notice whether it satisfies or
    • at most they have looked up the meaning of the word in the dictionary.
    • way the onlookers will be affected by it as they watch the movements.
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    • far better to look them squarely in the face as an intrinsic part of
    • You see when people hear that a spiritual outlook or spiritual values
    • the children you look in quite a different way upon a child who has
    • — you look upon this child in quite a different way from that of
    • — an open outlook on the world, to be a man of the world. We call
    • life only when looked at from the spiritual standpoint. For this gives
    • When I look back over these nine lectures, I find much to criticise,
    • everywhere? If we look back to earlier ages of human history we shall
    • But if one looks at the world, without prejudice one will concede:
    • there are points of view in the world, there are outlooks. Each one
    • looked upon from the most manifold standpoints you avoid fanaticism
    • have met many fanatics in it. But if they look into things more
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    • figures. He cannot understand a geometric figure by looking at it. However
    • concurrently and you can tell by looking at the person — that
    • you do here is no different from what you do when you look. You are
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    • be represented as a straight Iine. By contrast, when you look at the
    • look at the “H”, when you feel yourself really within this
    • Now take a look at it. In this movement you have the whole perception
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    • look at the other vowels you will find a progressive internalization.
    • the import of the inner being of the sound. For the person who looks
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    • is simply to take a look at the details; here one can only arrive at
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    • something (Mrs. Baumann). Take a good look at this, the feeling of love
    • have something which could be called a wish: Hope. (Miss Wolfram) Look
    • will ask you to take a look at another most effective movement which
    • will take a look at another variety (of movement). Imagine every sort
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    • we take this into account as well. Let us look at what takes place in
    • to observe this up to and even within Europe. just look at words written
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    • accord, if I may say so. When we look into a spiritual-corporeal process
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    • then demonstrated, one does a great deal to help weak-looking children
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    • their first beginnings must be looked upon as the result of the
    • looked upon as sufficient ground for becoming a reciter. But the art
    • in motion. Eurythmy must, therefore, be looked upon as dancing, and
    • movement may be looked upon as being of a threefold nature; and it is
    • Now if we look at the Eurythmy model for H, for instance, the question
    • the eyes look upwards or straight ahead?” But that is not the
    • corresponding experience will be transmitted to the onlooker, who will
    • and looked upon as a valuable asset in education, if, at the same
    • must in the first place be looked upon as an art, and in this it
    • aware that it was not formed merely to lie still and be looked upon.
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    • the air, like beans or peas. And when one looks at a field of grain,
    • Now if we look at a plant [see drawing] — root, stem, leaves,
    • blossom and fruit. Now look at the root for a moment. It is in the
    • And now look here, gentlemen! The part of the human being that is
    • If you look at the carrot plant, you can't help seeing that its
    • looks quite different. Of course, the potato plant has a green part.
    • roots. If you look carefully down into the soil, you can see the real
    • When we look out at our grain fields we can say, Good that they are
    • there! for that nourishes our head. When we look down at the lettuce
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    • been saying: Look here! we can do it much more easily by finding out
    • Father or Mother not be looking, so that I can take that sugar: then
    • And then look at the diplomats. If one thought joins on to another, if
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    • being in order to find the archetype in him; instead, he looks around
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    • comprehend how the human being is organized, we must look at the
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    • looking at them fundamentally from the viewpoint of the consonants,
    • pronounced “meer” in high German), and look at how it is
    • of spiritual beings. Where he looks back at Saturn, Sun, Moon, Aries,
    • When you look toward the constellation of Aries you have a
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture V
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    • painter, not merely to someone who looks at nature. The ear is
    • When we look at the embryonic development of earthly man, we find
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    • In looking at the human being, we can say that we have feeling in the
    • a closer look at rhythm, we see that since the rhythmic element is
    • perceiving itself, would have to look back upon itself; this, then,
  • Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture VII
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    • the realms of the higher hierarchies. We shall now take a closer look
    • lamentation. We thus can look back upon an epoch of the earth
    • with the air of the science of the spirit, one looks back at the
  • Title: Behind the Scenes: Lecture 1
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    • scenes” looks very different from what is happening on the stage.
    • course, is not discovered by looking merely at the events that
    • All.” Men must be resolved to look into that realm where
    • And looking at the reasons — a few of which have been indicated
  • Title: Behind the Scenes: Lecture 2
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    • are able to look into the world entered by the human being after
    • of hysteria lie in the life of soul. As it is quite impossible to look
    • what we must look for.”
    • hysterical subject of the age of 30, they look for
    • You look on them as living beings. So should the West be dealing with
    • Later on, when we look back over events, it will assuredly seem
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture One
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    • from the one he makes upon you when you look at him in the street. In
    • clairvoyant, when looking at a number of sleeping people he might
    • are very possible here and error can very easily occur when looking
    • different path must be taken than when looking for the physical
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Two
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    • yourselves: as the shepherds look upwards the heavens open and the
    • we are living in an intermediate period. We look back to a past when
    • powers of clairvoyance. Then, when he became Buddha and looked back
    • Initiation we can look into the spiritual world and perceive forces
    • provided him with the power to look deeply into the astral substrata
    • us to-day to look back to what happened six hundred years before our
    • world. We look with the shepherds into the manger where ‘Jesus of
    • palace to look for the little Bodhisattva-child. When he saw the babe he
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Three
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    • for the last time in India. He could look back upon his participation
    • said to himself: Looking back into ancient times, it is revealed
    • the eye does not see with pure, unclouded vision; it would look into
    • desire were absent — so said Buddha — man would look out into
    • different species were looking for food, but it had all been
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    • When we look back in
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Six
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    • We must look for each religion at the right point in the evolution of
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Seven
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    • appearance of Christ, we must say: When men looked up to the Sun
    • Light-Spirit; but when we look up to the Sun we behold the spiritual
    • every full Moon. When we look at the full Moon we see the rays of the
    • epoch to epoch? — If you were able to look into the great
    • said: ‘Look upwards to Ahura Mazdao; see how He reveals Himself in
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    • would have to be decided first! But people will look only at what is
    • St. Luke has set before us this great Ideal of evolution: ‘Look
  • Title: Gospel of Luke: Lecture Nine
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    • right way of presenting Christianity overlooks one essential, namely
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    • 7:19 And John calling unto him two of his disciples sent them to Jesus, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another? \
    • 7:20 When the men were come unto him, they said, John Baptist hath sent us unto thee, saying, Art thou he that should come? or look we for another? \
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture One: The Homeless Souls
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    • line of preceding generations. The majority of souls nowadays look
    • outline some characteristic features. If you look back at the last
    • possessed of a homeless soul, became acquainted with a way of looking
    • quite what he was looking for: it was something or other in the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Two: The Unveiling of Spiritual Truths
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    • were looking for at the start of our century as anthroposophy was
    • If we look at the character of the English Theosophical Society as
    • expressed in its members, we have to to look into their souls in
    • which looked quite natural in the physical world but which,
    • Take a look at the first of the three parts of Hegel's
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Three: The Opposition to Spiritual Revelations
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    • as he looked at a pewter bowl, is admired because people do not know
    • When you look back, therefore, at the beginnings you have, to
    • one looks at our age from an anthroposophical point of view, should
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Four: Spiritual Truths and the Physical World
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    • If we look at a phenomenon such as H.P. Blavatsky from the
    • dictionary definition in order to avoid having to look at the issue
    • — and look up the word. Or they might go as far as to study all
    • with a Christian outlook — less so perhaps on those with a
    • for the anti-christian outlook of these two personalities. But to
    • the creation of this yawning chasm. For this we have to look back to
    • thirteenth centuries. These things must not be overlooked. Education
    • Now just look at historical processes in the thirteenth,
    • Well, just look at the way Christianity has developed
    • If you look back to earlier times, it was self-evident that
    • This anti-christian outlook, and how it might be healed, is the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Five: The Decline of the Theosophical Society
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    • earth. If you look at the way in which I have dealt with the subject
    • How were the answers to be formulated? We need to look at the
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Six: The Emergence of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • not know where to look for security.
    • decided to have a look at the thing. I was presented with a
    • approached me with the old cordial spirit. He still looked the same,
  • Title: Anthroposophic Movement: Lecture Seven: The Consolidation of the Anthroposophic Movement
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    • around 1913 and 1914, and our position today. Let us look back at the
    • For us it is particularly important to look at what lies between
    • superficially resemble eurythmy to a certain extent. But look at
    • increasing interest. Look at everything which has contributed to
    • progress could be made was to look neither left nor right but simply
    • and were looking for something to fertilize their endeavours.
    • Researchers were no longer looking for atomic structures, as they had
    • done when physics and as