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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world and the spirit world. Later on, I plan to speak about the main
    • Another important point is that the main part of this schooling does
    • health remain unchanged, so it is equally certain that you will
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • disparaged idealists who do not remain attached to what has been the
    • to be conservatism: to be conservative, he maintains, is the
    • and on the other side all those which maintain the opposite. But
    • remains with this materialistic view will simply miss, will overlook
    • gradually become the domain of men; and it is from this that a higher
    • about the needs of our time can still remain distant from this
    • This domain of present-day physiology, which speaks of a body of
  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • is given them. This approach, however, remains an extremely
    • same light that maintains life in plants makes it possible for us
    • also the element that maintains life in plants. This is physical
    • remains a mere spectator. Everything that takes place in him in
    • such wise that he remains a passive spectator becomes a heavy
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • physical and etheric bodies remain in bed, while the astral body and
    • Processes in the Heavenly World, or Devachan, are projected, mainly
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • If people remain as they are, we need not doubt but that there will be no
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • their inner lives perceived God, remained useful members of human
    • In the other type of initiation, practiced mainly in Asia Minor and
    • while in the body remains with us like a memory when we enter the
    • by remaining man, not by increasing his egotism or pride. It now
    • evolution that enabled man to say to himself, “You must remain a human
    • being; you must remain man in your inmost self. As a human being you
    • into egotism and pride but that remains within the element of love.
    • When we immerse ourselves lovingly into other beings, our souls remain
    • the same; man remains human even when he goes beyond himself and
    • possible by the Mystery of Golgotha. The soul remains within the human
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • spiritual world, remaining, as it were, in the childhood stage of mankind
    • he who had remained behind with all the primal qualities man possessed
    • rise to a knowledge concerning the two Jesus boys, nevertheless, it remains
    • it has made it possible for man to remain upright during the winter of the
    • Then forever lost you must remain.
    • destiny of the soul to remain young even though the body may grow old.
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • growth it remains horizontal. But the Earth has no forces enabling it
    • an intensive deepening of our soul forces look within to what remains
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • them, when they do not demand our attention but remain unselfish
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • was translated by the Maine translators group.
    • nevertheless maintained myself, unlike this body.” We come to know
    • of hallucinations and visions that a person remains passive; he
    • remains separate at first, but then it combines with other substances,
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • human life. He maintains that the exoteric viewpoint sees birth and
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that even from this vantage point Steiner was correct in maintaining
    • will be the remaining two figures of the group, one to the left and
    • principle of Ahriman, but he must maintain his equilibrium through the
    • Christianity externally into the mainstream of Western civilization.
    • elevate human beings to the domain we call the spirit world. A
    • preserved as it was in those days. If something remains behind in the
    • Christianity has remained stationary at an earlier stage of Christian
    • they tend to maintain a certain rigidity. What the Frenchman calls
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • remained at the stage of savages or barbarians. One of the most
    • will feel that complete freedom of thought in the domain of religion
    • remained behind at the stage of the superseded fifth post-Atlantean
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • preserve what has remained in blood brotherhood, in brotherhood purely
    • in family relationships, for what must remain will not be eradicated.
    • about Soloviev's main and central idea. Soloviev is far too good a
    • and Central Europe to understand became the main and central idea in
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • of asking such questions today; in the domain of natural science they
    • remain just questions. People who lived during the 19th century, even
    • themselves from the main body! A cosmic system in miniature comes into
    • intervention than efforts on the part of some outside force to maintain the
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • continues to accompany us throughout the remainder of our lives as the
    • everything coming out of this domain belongs to a type of research upon which
    • long as an attitude of good will is maintained by that person. I am going to
    • even in domains lying very close to the human being, which must be
    • treated exactly as the truths of pure faith are treated in a higher domain.
    • can only be acquired by being communicated. In a higher domain the truths of
    • its own powers alone, because they lie in a domain which is withdrawn from
    • spiritual domain. Although Spiritual Science uses such terms as trinity and
    • incarnation in the domain of spiritual perception, this fact has nothing to
    • do with the application of these terms in relation to the domain to which
    • instance, he includes the spiritual nature of the human soul in that domain.
    • that domain. It thus wins its way to truths which support the truths of
    • into the domain of the truths of faith, but that the former can defend and
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • remainder of earthly evolution, man must receive these forces of death
    • for the remainder of earthly evolution — and especially in four
    • domains. The first is this: Man as he evolves towards the future will
    • domains of Art. All that has been attempted in Art during the last few
    • actualities only in those domains of life where it is absolutely
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • average about 2000 years. Therefore much remains to be done in this
    • This comprehension on which people pride themselves today is mainly
    • Therefore, the main consideration is not merely to think of what lies
    • comfortably remaining in one's position. One forgets things and must
    • countries where things have remained backward, where the remnants of
    • the fourth Post-Atlantean period have remained. This influence has
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • life of the middle classes was infiltrated by the remains of a life of
    • Middle Europe, whereas the bulk of the middle class remained
    • many domains of life, was really only able to give a few indications
    • experience how in his study of nature the spirit remains dumb, silent,
    • influence, remained separate on the surface but without any organic
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • and everything remains exactly the same. The vast majority of people
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • Let us think, for example, of the blood. Inasmuch as it is mainly
    • of the human organism itself. We can remain within these limits only
    • The space then remains filled with nothing but warmth which is, of
    • Now consider the following. The etheric body remains in us also during
    • and the etheric body that remain as they are during the waking state;
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • remain in the physical but at the same time reach up to the spiritual.
    • experiences in the domain of consciousness to the other objects of
    • by a moral ideal. Neither does this remain without effect upon the
    • be called a source of light which remains, to begin with, curbed and
    • moral ideas as such become fruitful only in so far as we remain in the
    • remained of it are those traditions which in the form in which they
    • dilettantism. That is what has remained of ancient astronomy, and it
    • has also remained, ossified and paralyzed, in the symbols of certain
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • complicated process in operation there remains just as hidden from
    • deeds detach themselves from him. Our deeds do not remain confined to
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • The main content of the mystery of Isis is the death of Osiris and Isis's
    • then onwards remains with the earth. He is present, he exists, as the
    • other words, he remains with the life of the earth. What Christ is, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • men as the Magi may be counted among the last remaining disciples of
    • existence, the fact remains that they do not think thoroughly enough
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • And there remains always the question — to which one or another will
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • himself. True, he thinks his thoughts, and in thinking remains always
    • although the thought remains united with him, it nevertheless wrests
    • outlook; hence his self-consciousness did not grow. He remained more
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • and can remain steadfast without losing his balance. Nevertheless
    • ordinary science, remain latent in man, are led up to “vision,”
    • that usually remain hidden, and so lifts himself up to a higher kind
    • alternate for us if we are to remain healthy in mind and body. How is
    • something is present for him in consciousness that remains generally
    • spiritual world. We must not remain in the world that offers itself
    • We are “shell” as long as we remain in the life of ideas alone. We
    • to the several sciences. These several sciences need not remain the
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • can surge even higher — into the domain of the senses. When negative
    • judgment surges into the domain of the senses, what is the result? The
    • And now let us ask: What, in reality, is this activity in the domain
    • sun-mystery must remain untold, that a civilization knowing nothing of
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • waking state. It remains unconscious and essentially forms the actual
    • cosmic vowels. This remains, one might say, in the silence of the
    • physical body, etheric body, astral body and ego. We remain entirely
    • spoken in the Greek world then remained behind only in thought. Of the
    • logos there remained logic — abstract thought.
    • the primeval wisdom of the world, what remained of all that stood for
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • the main an imitative being. He follows the way in which outer things
    • These configurations of the etheric body remain during the embryonic
    • body. They begin to fade away a little, but they remain. Indeed they
    • remain right on into the seventh year — that is, until the change of
    • former fall away, the latter remain. The former have an inherent
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • sense of being depends upon maintenance of the threads proceeding from
    • with pre-earthly existence remains intact.
    • experiences in earlier times — remain unconscious in man to-day, for
    • enthusiasm for truth can help us to maintain intact our relationship
    • earthly humanity can be maintained.
    • the astral body cannot be healthy, or maintain its true position in
    • but rather to maintain the bond intact by the goodness we develop as
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • taking place mainly in the super-sensible so that it cannot be traced
    • childhood on. They remain pale and thin, or, because of the
    • maintained its external character too long after being absorbed, then
    • Suppose you cannot extract the foreign object so that it remains
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • anthroposophists maintain that man consists of three systems: a head, a
    • system, so that the activity which should actually remain in the
    • natural process becomes an abnormal one. It should remain in the
    • are so affected that the metabolism shoots into them instead of remaining
    • migraine. The head activity should remain in the head, the lower body
    • remains active as astral activity. The astral body works for itself. It does
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • course fix our attention mainly on the times we spend in waking life.
    • this ether-body even while we are awake; they remain there always.
    • Something of the erstwhile Moon-forces has indeed remained behind on
    • but that is all. Only the most external and physical element remained
    • remained at the Moon's departure), the very highest forces, namely the
    • is in Jupiter's domain; yet the interactions between them are far more
    • Christ remained. Man can now call this force to life within him, if he
    • its decadence, even the remaining rags and tatters of it, are
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Earth since his death. He finds the way to tell what remains of Raphael in
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • had remained the same as in the past, where they did not really know
    • gods who could not speak of death. If we had remained with these
    • records dealing with this esoteric knowledge remained in the keeping
    • as such, in the spiritual world, and remain hidden behind the veil of
    • and yet remain alive. Death, in this connection, is also the
    • manifestations, did not die inwardly. They always remained alive.
    • They could laugh at death because they remained alive inwardly. The
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • in the plays — for this remains the chief thing. In Shakespeare's
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • characters in the plays — for this remains the chief thing.
    • greater: through the power of characterization which remains
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • to mathematics within the domain of human knowledge. Plato intended to
    • has built for him organs of sense), then his thought ceases to remain
    • beyond what is perceptible to the senses, and yet we remain so much
    • quantitative; where the qualitative begins, there its domain ends.
    • exact sense of the word) in the domain of the qualitative itself. In
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • reality it is very near indeed to the higher domains of the life of
    • never been made remain outside the circle.
    • much more intimate connection with human beings in the domain of
    • consciousness which remains dim in ordinary life between falling
    • the window through which light is pouring; you should remain a little
    • to remain inwardly collected in order to preserve something of what
    • happens continually, only it usually remains in the
    • question or the communication remains in your soul, and when you go to
    • what has thus passed over often remains present in dreams. In the case
    • saying that in the spiritual sense we do not lose them, they remain
    • the physical world much farther than do children who remain with us,
    • lose the children, for the children remain more or less within the
    • children have died the pain of those who have remained behind is
    • were their own or other children whom they loved. Children remain
    • lives on in us and remains with us, it is good that the service of
    • — that because those who die young remain present with us, a
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • are mainly vowels such as A (as in “father”) or
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • brain is less developed and remains mush. However, when someone is
    • but on the outside, it would remain mush. The same would happen to
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
    • inner part of the brain shifts more to the left and the remaining
    • the soil below. If a region grows mainly cabbages, you will
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • example: someone is led to have a vision. Instead of remaining calm
    • The vision should remain within the region to which it naturally
    • remain stationary, so is it with the regions of the senses if they
    • have to add the spiritual to a thinking that remains in the realm of
    • one come upon matter without spirit. Thinking remains mere thinking
  • Title: Lecture: A Turning-Point in Modern History
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    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • of what our time instinctively intends, out of impulses that remain
    • confirmed by ordinary scientific research, you can maintain your daily
    • maintain the State without bringing it the necessary nourishment
    • omnipotent State to direct economic life and to maintain spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • Over his heart she struck amain,
    • Over the heart she struck him amain,He felt therefrom a grievous
    • not taken hold of men inwardly, but has remained a tradition. Even
    • The more exact domains of knowledge are by no means yet at their
  • Title: Lecture: Man, Offspring of the World of Stars
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    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • with the physical world of sense — may be held in the main to
    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • development he already comes into the domain of the earthly force of
    • the mother body, the ear is protected from entering into the domain of
    • become the legs. The embryonic ear does not enter the domain of
    • Now the forces which remain to us from this ‘becoming aware of
    • forces which remain to us from our union with the other Beings —
    • the former case there remains behind, in the ear itself, a faithful
    • on to the Earth and it remains with us; it is our own revelation.
    • it remains protected from the force of gravity. The whole way the ear
    • become an ear downward; and if he remained in this state he certainly
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • nevertheless remains, as an essential part of the human being; and we
    • to him. It remains; it is only for his perception, for his vision,
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • outside, then his soul remains empty. It must therefore be possible for
    • sight, remains. It will not be difficult for you to realise that in certain
    • through deed. The “ I ” must remain concealed, within the deed!
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • consciousness, we have the power to remain behind this
    • clothing, building no pictures of this kind, but remaining with
    • again, and nothing remains in the consciousness but a kind of
    • remains hidden, but so appears to the consciousness of
    • perceived in ordinary consciousness. Life then remains
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • sleep, the etheric body remains within the physical body, and that
    • Ego and the astral body remains unconscious.
  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • existence, the Christ Being remained above in purely spiritual worlds
    • continue his progress therein; whereas the Christ Being remained in
    • should be relegated to the domain of Faith. We cannot, however, enter
    • sleeping state, tell us that the outer bodily being of man remains in
    • naturally remained hidden from the ‘profane’ world. They
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • either of clear or vague premonitions, in various domains of modern
    • for he admitted that very much remains obscure and nebulous in the
    • in the domain of true Mysticism, and it is purely in this sense that
    • domains. The great riddles of the universe were presented to those who
    • is something at this point which had perforce to remain unexpressed,
    • maintained. Every ascent involves a descent and this implies that at a
    • flux of evolution maintained. And a picture of one human being
    • that certain Spiritual Beings had remained behind at the spiritual
    • world of phantasy and imagination. Gold represents the remaining
    • intervening period but the feeling remained in him and out of it he
    • faculties, then he is a Mystic — in every domain of life. No
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • hundred and sixty. The five remaining days in the cosmic year which
    • every remnant of ancient Heathendom — so, in the domain of
    • away from the domain of spiritual life just as the heathen altars were
    • remain without enlightenment about certain mysteries, enlightenment
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • symbolize Lucifer. The fact that this being remained behind upon
    • you study a skeleton) is the remaining organism; the spine is
    • arises which I have frequently described: They remain here, with that
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • will set and maintain its own boundaries and at the same time open
    • and higher stages of perfection in the same domain.
    • our work, I have come across artists in many different domains who
    • graphically narrated in connection with one main theme, have the
    • returns to his father, he must remain dumb for seven consecutive
    • remained — and can be instructed by the Seven Wise Masters, who
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Southern Asia are remains of the population of ancient Lemuria, whose
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • there are even remains of the Hyperborean civilization. These
    • Lemurians and was still present in Southern Asia, and the remains of
    • main value to physical continuity, was more accentuated. The
    • with the remains of Atlantean civilization — actually the fourth
    • Another branch of colonists went to the West and came upon the remains
    • slight traces of them still remained. In the South of Europe there was
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • Much of these things remained unspoken in the
    • of Golgotha it was one of the main contents of their speech, to speak
    • you will feel the Son as Him with whom you can die and yet remain
    • through the gate of death. Of the physical man, the corpse remains
    • the Earth. Our Science remains dead — nay, our Science itself
  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Beings who had either remained behind in evolution or pressed forward
    • been steeped hitherto. Had speech remained as it was in the time of
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • over this world of light. Yonder in Asia, decadent remains of the
    • those decadent remains of earlier vision of the Pleroma which were
    • world that remained accessible to the mind of man. Over yonder in the
    • certain extent but remained somewhat freer), are an example of the
    • everywhere maintained. Eastwards of the great wall of which I have
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • through the time between death and a new birth. But he remains
    • remained behind in the physical, and the one who has risen into the
    • one main point, and you will understand what I mean in this
    • when, maintaining his connection with us in the physical life (the
    • beloved being was removed; that is to say, if the love remained
    • should remain as far as possible in the whole circle with which his
    • in the same profession, he should remain where access was easier for
    • connect their own work with the dead, and consciously try to maintain
    • remained here in the physical body can to some extent manifest
    • world in which the others have remained behind, with whom they were
    • fundamental feeling remains, which I have sought to gather up in
    • We remain together in such feelings, recognising that they have power
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • main far more concerned with the creation of man. In observing the
    • remained for some few, but the authority of the Imaginations, that
    • upon it, they have remained in their imaginative consciousness,
    • Therefore they can rule over us, they have remained as it was at that
    • given to their Gods by the Greeks. And those Beings who had remained
    • Beings who remained at the Inspiration stage. Hera and Zeus remained
    • intuitive consciousness. They wanted to remain at the stage of
    • against them. And again the inspiring Beings wished to remain at
    • has remained behind. But neither can man make conscious use of
  • Title: Lecture II: Ancient Myths
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    • events in the atmosphere. (Today there are still slight remains of
    • has remained behind of that power of the air that revealed itself to
    • But it is the dregs that have remained. In this way, however, all
    • things that have remained behind is the attachment in longing and
    • remain with the dead, but he will have to come again among the
  • Title: Lecture III: Ancient Myths
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    • These then are the main
  • Title: Lecture IV: Ancient Myths
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    • actual head-region. The time began in which man mainly sought
  • Title: Lecture V: Ancient Myths
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    • first epoch after the great Atlantean catastrophe man remained
    • capable of development for a much longer time. He remained so into
    • in which man no more remained capable of development to such a great
    • which we call the Old Persian, man remained still capable of
    • a man then remained capable of development up to his thirty-fifth
    • influenced at that time by two main historical impressions. On the
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • human being remains skull-less. The skull is very easily lifted off.
    • case; the remaining part is only a fragment as physical man, and it
    • The head develops quickly, the remaining organism slowly. The
    • does our skeleton show the head and the remaining organism, but life
    • content. But this content has remained head-knowledge, it has not
    • not understand how to become old — or I could say, to remain
    • fructify the head. The head-knowledge remains cold theory. There is
    • no necessity for it to remain cold theory, all head-knowledge can be
    • natural science which has remained mere head-knowledge in Haeckel,
    • being remain fresh in order to transform what he has absorbed.
    • the earth performs in celestial space. Our remaining organism which
    • as we do. It is the spiritual part of the remaining organism which
    • his head, and in the remaining organism is withdrawn from the
    • universe, that with his remaining organism he must so work upon what
    • inasmuch as I become more and more heart-man, inasmuch as I remain
    • then employ the remainder of life in carrying about the corpse in
    • remains so unsatisfying, as I had to say yesterday concerning
    • remain active and vigorous.’
    • be objected to in this, but it cannot remain the only thing.
    • either execrable, if it remains as it is, or it is something quite
  • Title: Lecture VII: Ancient Myths
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    • head-part and the remaining part. We can consider the head-part in
    • physical, for as regards the spiritual part of the remaining
    • fact that the head is mainly neutral as regards earthly conditions;
    • this domain.
    • one can most easily maintain a neutral attitude. You see, however,
    • the earth and remain there for a time. The substance that in a
    • forces. This remaining organism imbues itself with them, and it is
    • that is connected with the remaining organism there work the
    • friends, certain customs have remained from earlier times, when
    • can please no one who wishes the ideal to remain pure. It is to be
    • in-streamings. Only an atavistic remainder is still there. Everyone
    • mainspring of the present so-called war is to be found in the general
    • otherwise it remains mere mirror-image. In the way humanity works
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • present world conception remains external. I should like to make this
    • we remain entirely in the realm of the physical-material.
    • absorb what has remained in the Orient of the old oriental traditions
    • remain longer than usual in the spirit world between death and a net
    • inhabit one part of the earth during a certain period, do not remain
    • spiritual science would certainly remain theoretical and abstract in
  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • We have here an example of how the materialistic outlook remains
    • remains weak or achieves some measure of strength. That man alone
    • The truths of Anthroposophy need not remain in the realm of
    • has not grasped them fully; for him indeed they remain abstract and
    • body and Ego go forth, but the ether-body remains with the physical
    • man's being (physical body and ether-body) which remain behind
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
    • insight in one domain we need, in reality, to study this domain in
  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • They feel that one thing at least remains constant, namely, man's
    • Greek culture as still remain extant, if we imagine that the Greeks
    • lives in pictures when the main factor is not so much the content
    • remained which our word ‘compassion’ (Mitleid) can
    • has remained constant through the ages, regard it as something
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    • After many long years of work in this domain of knowledge, I know
    • through the tapestry of the material world, no content remains in the
    • some mental picture, idea or set of ideas of which he can maintain a
    • am speaking of pictures of which a complete survey can be maintained.
    • complete survey must be maintained and everything must be subject to
    • complete survey can be maintained. And the result is that the
    • elimination of images which want to remain.
    • All the faculties that were formerly his, remain, and he can at any
    • remaining as a unity through the whole of life, works in the human
    • in spite of having crossed from Europe to America, we remain free
    • the several sciences, the life of art, as well the domains of
    • into the material domain of man’s being; it gives expression to
    • give expression to the super-sensible in the domain of his social
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    • up and the intellectual element has remained.
    • almost cramped and desperate manner to maintain a survey of the
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • remain by this materialism. But it is far more superficial to
    • senses, this fundamental conviction has been maintained. What had
    • in the Darwin Theory were to disappear, the fact would remain that
    • They remained at a standstill by the image, they thought that this
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    • which they conceive the rest of life, the remaining days of the week,
    • world, he will do it in such a way that he remains inside his own
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    • maintained that man's life on the physical plane for many decades.
    • body has not grown young enough, but has instead maintained a certain
    • feeding it with life-forces. These forces remained in that etheric
    • that the etheric body does not remain, as it were, a mere misty
    • few days for those who can remain. To-day I wished to bring before
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    • all remains indefinite, even nebulous. Everything that Giordano Bruno
    • man. But this he cannot do. His knowledge too remains inadequate.
    • lost. Man remained empty when he looked into his inner being with the
    • himself, together with his inner life of knowledge, and what remained
    • consideration, but they remain abstractions, shadowy thought-pictures
    • notion remains to-day. Consequently no great importance is attached
    • this still remained, with men. Again here, we have an indication of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • existed. It was dying away, burning out, but enough remained of that
    • remains of an old clairvoyant knowledge, particularly clairvoyant
    • remained from the Gnosis, and such like. A certain spiritual
    • What has remained of
    • traditions remained of the old Christological knowledge —
    • constitutes art shows us even more clearly that it has remained
    • which the traditions were maintained by using external instruments of
    • itself from the physical and etheric bodies that remain lying on the
    • live together with what has remained behind from ancient India,
    • essential for me to maintain the purity of a spiritual movement that
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    • much may be heard about the super-sensible world, it remains so much
    • can there gradually be achieved what is necessary in this domain. As
    • social thinking. When the ego is allowed to remain a mirror-image,
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    • remain what it was and what it ought to be, I gave something,
    • content Anthroposophy, shall remain unweakened in any way by the
    • the Anthroposophical Society remains as it is, if those who wish to
    • must remain at its starting point. What I am now saying, I am of
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    • the element of heat, separates and remains with the earth. But every
    • indolently remain by the thoughts which we have in connection with
    • remains empty.
    • everywhere, except in that one place. This remains empty. It is the
    • physical world. This remains empty.
    • self, from outside; we look into a concavity. This remains empty. It
    • remains empty to such an extent that a fundamental feeling rises up
    • with that part which remains to us, namely, with our astral body and
    • the Ego therefore remain to us from our earthly life.
    • to us, remains with as for a long time after death. The astral body
    • remains with us, because it is permeated with all those things that
    • always kept us connected, I might say, with the earth; it maintained
    • our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent. They should not be
    • taken up in such a way that we remain indifferent, dry and cool; but
    • work. It is not good to remain behind with our feelings. Whenever we
    • real Lucifer is a Being that remained behind during the Moon-stage of
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    • its task? The fact that such a nation remains, that it does not
    • must remain, almost like a conscience, like a living memory that
    • remains as a living conscience. Its influence can continue, because,
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    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • maintained indefinitely, and the offspring movements too would
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    • things, and this revelation which remains unconscious, is then reflected on
    • fragments that remain of ancient Gnostic wisdom I have mentioned the
    • with interest, that therein lies the main driving force of true progress. One
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    • experience mount up, and, being unanswered, remain problems that have
    • remained alive. You can see this for yourself if you look at the
    • remains within the whole spiritual organism. What does it do there?
    • As long as a mental image remains in your memory you connect it with
    • would be impaired. Nothing must be allowed to remain that cannot be
    • were to remain in his memory, his etheric body would have more to
    • finished. Then a kind of extract of the etheric body remains. Whilst
    • remains behind, but in a concentrated form. The astral body is the
    • that it is still connected with the remainder of the etheric body,
    • instincts that remain after death torment him, and this tormenting
    • images remain stuck in our memory, we introduce something hard and
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    • curing people of these, illnesses which are mainly the really
    • we come to those illnesses that have their spiritual origin mainly in
    • the stomach itself. In the domain of materialistic medicine, too, you
    • is, what is the main thing?
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    • coming meetings. Our main concern last week was to acquaint ourselves
    • missing the main point at issue. This view would be similar to
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • respect. If you imagine this last remains of man's participation with
    • remain of this today, like for instance when one person yawns, other
    • his finer bodies. And this has happened mainly because the human
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    • human body cannot remain without there being an ego and an astral
    • the remainder of the time it is more outside this cosmic astral body.
    • inner experience remains, even when man has more joy from the outer
    • remain correct but it would be displaced compared with that of the
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    • the fact remains, so we have to ask why the temperature drops with
    • if all his activity had remained in cosmic leading strings. The basis
    • rhythm has remained, just as a clock keeps to its rhythm even though
    • over again in certain public lectures. But this is and remains a
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    • planted in our soul remains in it and does not leave it. We are born
    • life offered us to pass us by, so that other faculties have remained
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    • laughs. Certainly there will be people who maintain that animals also
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    • remain above in the regions where the air was still interlaced with
    • population: one kind that had still remained spiritual, and whose
    • people nothing remains, they became extinct. For these bodies were of
    • such a nature that we cannot even find remains; the substance was so
    • soft that there can be no question of there being any remains. Of
    • maintained a balance. Such people were scattered about everywhere.
    • migration from West to East a people remained behind in parts of
    • remaining of the vision of spiritual beings, of the old European
    • Atlantean times consists either of peoples who maintained the
    • remaining stationary at one point, but really advancing in spiritual
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    • Therefore after puberty certain possibilities of development remain
    • develops freely and possibilities of development remain, further
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    • Before entering into the main theme of these lectures I want to speak
    • order to maintain this intercourse with the Beings of the
    • the physical plane it is really only in the domain of artistic
    • relationship we had with an individual who died before us remains.
    • individuals remain and continue as they were during earthly life.
    • It remains to be said that there are certain conditions
    • memory of it remains, but even an Initiate is only able to rectify it
    • burden but it remains as it is; we cannot change it now; all we can
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    • remain in his astral, etheric and physical bodies; the forces able to
    • be maintained only by means of ‘collisions’.
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
    • responsible remains in his astral, etheric and physical bodies but he
    • to maintain our consciousness and keep it alert we have been
    • with it is mainly dependent upon a religious attitude of soul.
    • were he to maintain the prejudices resulting from a biased, one-sided
    • maintain that the Mystery of Golgotha was fulfilled only for those
    • the forces of the Sun sphere but maintains this relationship when his
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    • Those who have remained behind on Earth have a far
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • death, his longings and desires remain. Nor need these longings and
    • and desires that were in his sub-consciousness, they too remain,
    • This wish would have to remain unfulfilled, for it could hardly
    • that what is of main importance is to acquire certain concepts and
    • death communicate in some way with those who have remained on the
    • others remain in the background, surrounding us like a cosmic aura.
    • sun and stars. Therefore it is not grotesque to say that what remains
    • related to those members of his being which remain together during
    • is his real home, he — or rather what remains of him —
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    • death. As long as the physical body remains alive, the union is
    • maintained between the spiritual man, that is to say, Ego and astral
    • physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed, while the Ego and
    • what remains of a human being during his life in the Saturn sphere
    • describing and remembrance of it alone remained. In the
    • that vision remained. Just as a man remembers today what he
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    • the souls of men that they led to triumph after triumph in the domain
    • this state of things had remained, humanity would have divided more
    • result, what they have thus acquired remains in the shape of forces
    • Christmas tree and as an encouragement can remain a living force
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    • corresponding etheric organs is maintained. Between death and rebirth
    • know that in the post-Atlantean era there have so far been five main
    • to the world in our own main epoch, in the epoch that was preceded by
    • ether and only a kind of extract of it remains with him. The astral
    • remains unchanged. Whether the human being is passing through the
    • is the principle that remains intact although everything else in the
    • human being changes. The true ‘I’ does indeed remain but
    • the vertical position and maintain this. That is one thing. The
    • Spirits of Movement but have remained at an earlier stage. We see the
    • yet maintain complete mobility of the etheric hands. He would be
    • corresponding physical part remains immobile. This organ is the brain
    • What thus remains entirely concealed we can follow back as far as
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    • spiritual domain, whereas the forces working in the material sphere
    • But it is possible for these Spirits too to remain
    • who remained backward and have become Luciferic spirits. What we call
    • progresses or remains backward is manipulated in such a way that the
    • the maintenance and harmonising of opposites. Thus what develops on
    • indeed backward spirits, but everything that remains behind on the
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    • begin with is connected with him as a human being but remains
    • something remained backward in the evolutionary process. Normal
    • bring about this withering; the trend is there in every domain of
    • upon bodies which must remain imperfect, or can this be avoided? If
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    • had been no contact in earthly life, but this remains an exceptional
    • the time when materialism — mainly theoretical materialism —
    • for ourselves out of the forces of the super-sensible world, we remain
    • feel or will the truths of spiritual life. He remains dull and
    • be maintained. This is the basis of what I have called ‘reading
    • they have not really gone away from us but we remain connected with
    • contact with us into the next incarnation on Earth. But that remains
    • remains simply a matter of theory and external science, it is only
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    • much still remains in it, you will have a picture of a very meagre
    • soul, it will be easy for you to form an idea of what remains of
    • on Earth. Having got rid of this longing too, there still remains the
    • already belonged to the Old Sun and remained in the Sun sphere when
    • to evolve onwards towards the Earth but remained united with the Sun
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    • thing remains for him; but it does remain. Something comes towards
    • evident, to her that if she was to maintain a free vision into the
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    • remain for only a limited time in a human body, as was the body of
    • modern times, which up to the present have remained powerless in face
    • telling mainly of awful things to come, but sometimes also of good
    • writing them down; while the other Prophets remain in meditation,
    • the remains of it passed over into the fourth epoch. But what was
    • this remainder?
    • post-Atlantean epochs, and how the forces only would have remained in
    • just as far over the Earth as the domain of the olive tree extends.
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    • Earth, something as it were remained behind; and that what had thus
    • remained behind appeared in the Nathan Jesus-child. Hence of this
    • which divided itself among single human souls remained behind, and
    • the path down from the planets to the Earth, but had remained behind,
    • also, should be modified. If they had remained under the sway of
    • indeed remained active, but because there was poured into him the
    • depends in the main only on the skill of human hands; in short, the
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    • redeem the existing kingdom while remaining in all appearance an
    • did not incarnate on Earth but remained in spiritual worlds. And when
    • be understood by those who remember my saying that Elijah remained in
    • kindness to you, if only you remain within its scope; otherwise you
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    • Human beings in their ordinary consciousness remained entirely
    • Rome, Maxentius had a dream which said to him: “Do not remain
    • wanted to bring up her child so that he would remain a stranger to
    • it remained in his unconscious being, and therefore one cannot so
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    • psychology, which remains so superficial, gets hold of such
    • the Moon forces, which have left their remains in the moon known to
    • assiduous in the manipulation and bearing of weapons that she remains
    • or transient, the air remains quiet.”
    • maintain communication between the stars and the earth —
    • to be found who had remained untouched by the controversies in the
    • remains quiet.
    • — the part which had to remain in the subconscious depths of
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    • nothing visible has remained, nothing that may be perceived, and yet
    • there is still remaining an invisible element which may be
    • thus we can say that what follows from the star script is a remainder
    • nature contains in the first place in the main no forces which
    • then must we seek for what has remained behind from the ancient Moon
    • laws, and exist in succeeding ages solely as last remains. Now you
    • what remains from the Sun-laws.
    • but into what has remained from the Sun-evolution. And man develops
    • Sun existence; beings who remained behind during
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    • and that alone remains, if I may so express it, the Moon's secret; it
    • remains hidden, just as what is behind a mirror remains hidden. What
    • cultivated by all the Beings in his cosmic domain. Creative thoughts
    • and his revelations remain in the unconscious if a man does not bring
    • in whatever is capable of co-ordination. Mercury is the domain
    • It is because the Moon Beings remain so firmly entrenched in their
    • one or another domain of science, the latter is “Moon-forsaken”
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    • died, so that the one who remained behind had to pass through a
    • resulting from the loss, both as regards the person who has remained
    • who has remained behind must bear the loss. In an abstract way, we
    • who remains behind, in the physical world.
    • connection with the souls who have remained behind, a more intimate
    • relationships. Had these people remained together in the physical
    • remained behind.
    • If we now trace the path of the person who has remained
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    • days after death is mainly due to its being attracted — drawn
    • — however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • remains a connection after death between the true human individuality
    • — or which remain in their inner life — a person of
    • relationships, albeit they are so intimate and fine that they remain
    • always remain the same between birth and death. Let us look back upon
    • remains connected, he sends his imaginations into those with whom he
    • even if, in our every-day life, for very good reasons, it remains
    • remainder of the world, while we ourselves belong directly to what I
    • dead, inasmuch as the son remained in the same channels of life, a
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    • mankind's evolution between an era of mainly intellectual development
    • share feelingly in the world processes. We remain outside of things
    • mainly from a spiritual vision of the realm of the ethers. In this
    • material world around us, the fact remains that what is investigated
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    • warmth, separates and remains with the earth. But every other
    • sensory-physical world. If we indolently remain with the thoughts
    • exception of one tiny space that always remains empty.
    • forces. We are everywhere, except in that one place. This remains
    • up in the physical world. This remains empty.
    • concavity. This remains empty. It remains empty to such an extent
    • in the same way we now look back with that part which remains to us,
    • The astral body and the ego therefore remain to us from
    • form in which it was subjected to us, remains with us for a long
    • time after death. The astral body remains with us because it is
    • with the earth; it maintained this connection in all our
    • should not approach our soul so that we remain dry and indifferent.
    • They should not be taken up in such a way that we remain
    • more hold pace with our cognitive work. It is not good to remain
    • real Lucifer is a being that remained behind during the Moon-stage
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    • plane, who are received by another world, remain united with us, as
    • faithful fellow-workers here on earth, will remain so also after
    • earth, or the sphere of the earth, and thereafter remain atoms, and
    • that even our physical body remains connected with the earth, has a
    • the fact that something remains in our soul as a result, as a
    • — What then remains as a result, as a consequence of this
    • last met together, that this ether-body remains with us for a brief —
    • possessed on earth — remains still united with us after death,
    • body which we lay aside, remains visible for us, throughout our
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • nevertheless, whatever happens to it there, remains visible to
    • for instance, awakens the opposite sensation — it remains
    • Only, this activity remains unconscious; man does not perceive it.
    • we do not perceive because it remains unnoticed until its impressions
    • outside. What reveals itself here through feeling and will, remains
    • us, so that the dead person can remain passive. Just as a flower does
    • remaining in the souls of those who love the dead, is something which
    • remained behind during the Moon Period, and who — in the way in
    • principle has remained within him; that is to say they force their
    • remains unnoticed, is due only to the fact that natural science and
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    • should be maintained regarding their mission until the present time,
    • different persons come from the domains of many different
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    • Beings remain behind, so that at the following stage they have not
    • of our humanity there have always been beings who have remained
    • or Powers, and they have remained behind in a very singular way,
    • robustly, but no other domain have they for their activities than
    • domain as the Spirits of the Peoples or Archangels, other Beings at
    • they have remained on earth, whilst their other companions work in
    • speech which has remained with the earth.
    • having remained behind in evolution like a school-girl left behind in
    • her class. They do not remain behind because they have not studied,
    • the very reason that, so to speak, out of love high Beings remained
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so must we also look upon the ‘remaining
    • those Spirits of Form who have remained behind at the Archangel stage
    • bring about, because they with their great forces and powers remained
    • this sort takes place in the domains, in the realms where the
    • another domain. I pointed out yesterday, that there are yet other
    • But in this domain also, those Beings who have normally
    • conjunction with others, who, because of their having remained behind
    • remained behind as Spirit of Form. Thus in the method of thought
    • ages of which the historical traditions still remain, the effects of
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    • We shall therefore inquire, ‘What then still remains for the
    • man could have a free outlook over the domain extending upward from
    • perceives as a withering of the centers in his domain of perception.
    • domain into which the Folk-spirit, the Archangel does not reach. For
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
    • Archangels can, however, also operate into the domain of the abnormal
    • remaining behind, applies also to the higher Spirits, therefore that
    • the Spirits of Motion may also remain behind with certain attributes,
    • that certain Spirits of Motion have so remained in human evolution,
    • of Motion. That is therefore a domain in which the normal and
    • together, just as we have found a domain in which the normal and
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    • evolution and remain behind, in order to affect the organization of
    • in reality are Spirits of Motion had not remained behind and
    • who remained at the stage of the Spirits of Form and are now active
    • the East; but the Central European domain must call to mind its own
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    • of Nature and Spirit knows only the domain of maya or illusion, the
    • principally the domain in which the Spirits of Motion are at work.
    • Then there still remain the Spirits of Wisdom, who send
    • nearest domain above the physical world in which this fabric can be
    • domain in fact, is one of the most highly-colored and most dangerous
    • who prematurely and in the wrong way entered the occult domain, has
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    • created for the further evolution of man. For if Moon had remained
    • remained in Sun; it was only made possible through Jahve's
    • had decided to remain behind, the normal Spirits of Form had to
    • main races
    • Malay race. We then pass on across the wide domain of Asia and in the
    • domain of Europe and we find in the Europeans, in their basic
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    • pointed out, bodies of people remained at the different points, from
    • Those peoples of Europe who had remained behind when the
    • a Spirit of Personality, and decided to remain at the stage of an
    • ‘remaining-behind’ helped to inaugurate special missions.
    • you have an example of a renunciation, a remaining behind of one of
    • of thus remaining behind. Although this Archangel could have risen to
    • the rank of an Archai, he remained in that of an Archangel and was
    • particular talents, latent genius, etc., remain at the stage of
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    • but it is a domain in which it is possible to do most foolish things.
    • Indian took longer to develop the Ego, and remained longer in a state
    • whose domain the human beings came when they migrated from the West
    • domains; they had, before their ‘ I ’-consciousness
    • domain they had already been formerly, and who were therefore no
    • Spiritual Science — remains more or less closed to them. They
    • as an abnormal Archangel, but rather as one whose remaining behind is
    • somewhat like the way the Western souls remained behind, who
    • which remained behind when the migration through those countries took
    • made the renunciation comparatively early, and remained behind at the
    • have remained behind at the Angel stage.
    • North, out of the cool domain of the spirit, are woven the thoughts
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    • becoming active in the domain which lies outside. Hence he has his
    • their domain. But the Persians turned away, and avoided the region in
    • and all that remains to him is his impotence as regards this
    • to be spread abroad, that consciousness also remained which could in
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    • In later times, in the Germanic Scandinavian domains,
    • domain of the Spiritual Soul.
    • Chinese, that shuts itself off and remains rigid, repeating what
    • of this stream still remain. This is the Gulf Stream, which at that
    • admitted that in the domain of philosophy Hegel's work
    • remaining only at the germinal stage.
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    • schools of the Initiates. Thus a very great deal remained in the
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • result of their own vision. Materialism has now invaded all domains.
    • Christ; or whether they will remain at a standstill on the physical
    • remained silent; then the world of Odin and Thor, of Balder and
    • future. The Fenris Wolf will still remain. Oh, there is a deep, deep
    • truth concealed in this account of the Fenris Wolf remaining behind
    • danger so great as the tendency to remain satisfied with the old
    • forces — the danger that man might be tempted to remain
    • also be a severe trial for that which has to grow up in the domain of
    • These remains of the old clairvoyance would wreak a
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    • went on. Man did not remain fettered to the earth. He received an impulse for
    • understanding. Even the life of the plant remains enigmatical; still more so
    • if opposition is maintained in human existence to the advent of these Beings.
    • earthly must then remain behind, with man directing and controlling it from
    • in the whole cosmic process, but it must not remain forever unchanged. Man must
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    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • as something which must necessarily remain unknown. Now spiritual
    • The main point is that
    • real essence it remains unknown. But by using certain exercises, the
    • his normal soul-functions and his ordinary intellect, which remains
    • remains a normal human being, in spite of the fact that he has left his
    • maintained. Just on this account the spiritual investigator is in a
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • efface themselves, and we remain in connection with nature and the
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    • Reminiscences of this have remained
    • with this Being in order that instead of remaining with his thoughts
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    • it remains alien to it.
    • remains their leader far beyond his own lifetime. So completely does
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    • coherence of Nature is maintained. Elemental spiritual beings are
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • that has remained farthest of all in the rear of the actual demands
    • well on towards Russia mainly consists. The way to study these things
    • culture which have remained in the language and other forms of
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • nuance of the influence of Karma; it remains after death, works
    • criticize him and remain by this.
    • This shows us that entirely different laws hold sway when we remain
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • Ego in man are not instruments of cognition, but they remain, as it
    • realize that things cannot remain as they are.
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    • if he remains within this whole way of looking at the world,
    • sight always remains connected with us when we are outside the
    • remains behind in the soul, in the same way in which something of
    • the thoughts of a book's author remain in the book we read. When
    • Memory is a subconscious reading activity. In memory remain the
    • the necessary experience; what remains behind is the impression
    • ordinarily remains concealed, may shine through and reveal itself
    • shot in the neighbourhood, and she entreated her nephew to remain
    • remain silent. In the study of spiritual science it is important
    • would much rather remain in bed than get up; indeed it costs you
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    • maintained in theory by the Catholic Church — has been a
    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • again. He has no wish to remain, in life, in the mood that
    • accepts without question, maintaining even with a certain pride: it
    • remain in the earthly consciousness, and so have to be content with
    • earth; only we do not observe them as such because we remain in our
    • inwardly. As things still are, however, mankind remains to-day a
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • development at which the animal remains stationary, but which man
    • remains as it was suitable for the fourth post-Atlantean period, a
    • Christ entered earth-life, and He has remained in earth-life since
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    • they have later fallen into decadence and have mainly been used for harmful
    • remains for the most part an unconscious process. But during certain
    • we are normally unaware because the breathing remains
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • remains within the realm of thought. He must then do the same with blue
    • remain in the realm of thought and learn through thinking itself. The
    • described, which lead man into higher worlds are mainly exercises in the
    • religious revelations to be poetic fiction, maintaining that whatever
  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • central domain of Agriculture itself, albeit this of its own accord
    • several domains they are no longer able to go back to the real
    • instinct still remains over from the times when men were used to work
    • coincide in time. While inwardly maintaining the rhythm and
    • outer phenomena, it still maintains their inner rhythm. This
    • to-day even from those domains of life where it could work most
    • and every single species, is able to maintain itself — that is
    • eminently suited to prepare the ways within the earthly domain for
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    • that is to say, the warmth that is in the domain of Sun, Venus,
    • be clear that the whole domain of Agriculture — including what
    • complexity attained within the Earth-domain, we now have a tiny realm
    • but to remain below? Suppose we want the stem and leaf-formation to
    • once more, in all domains of life learn — from the whole nexus
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    • they remain within restricted spheres. We must look out into the wide
    • main ingredients hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. We must
    • sulphur that the Spiritual works into the physical domain of Nature.
    • order to enable what is living in the carbon to remain in perpetual
    • ethereal, if it remained alone, could certainly not exist as such
    • so, it would be like a man who lived on a farm but wanted to remain
    • dioxide always remains behind in us. Thus we do not at once expel the
    • at the remaining organs, which breathe in a far more hidden way and
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    • but positively harmful, and a man will remain most healthy if he only
    • practical domains of life — and notably for Agriculture.
    • remains at the merely herbaccous stage. A tree surrounds itself with
    • and activities within it, stimulating and maintaining life within the
    • embryonic stages. They would remain so; they would look quite grotesque.
    • thankful that the dung remains over at all; for it carries astral and
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    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • vital to agriculture, we should always remain in larger spheres,
    • that is available as manure, provided always we remain within the sphere
    • bring the sulphur into a right relation to the remaining substances
    • how we always remain within the living sphere. Take one or two hollow
    • to a greater distance and through Large masses. But the question remains:
    • the manure, while all the time we remain within the realm of living
    • In yarrow we are mainly dealing with potassium influences. If we also
    • are these: Yarrow mainly develops its sulphur-force in the potash-formative
    • how we constantly remain within the living realm. In this case, living
    • where the snow will remain for a long time and where the sun will shine
    • healing effect, the calcium must remain within the realm of life; it must
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    • forces which are mainly due to the cosmic influences of Mercury,
    • remains within the limits of the single entity. What we commonly call
    • if you really reckon on these influences which remain unconsidered
    • that remain over from the burning. It will not be much, but if you have
    • And there remain, in what is thus destroyed by the fire, the corresponding
    • remain unpeppered in the neighbourhood. There they will settle down
    • earth is its natural domain.
    • the Earth receives, as we have seen, mainly through the Moon- and
    • remains for us to consider so-called plant diseases. Properly
    • Outwardly, it all remains just as it is. But we now prepare a kind of
    • must learn to see into the workings of Nature in all her different domains.
    • the world. Nothing must now remain but what we focus in our field of
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    • In the remainder of the
    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • such a complex of roots would not allow itself to remain a mere tangle;
    • we still remain within the realms of life — of some of its ethericity.
    • the knowledge of these things in all domains — to see it inherent
    • tree and yet does not remain as a small plant — in other words,
    • remaining fodder.
    • of the air and warmth. That is how the animal lives in the domain of
    • in our farming work. In the remaining hour that is still at our disposal,
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    • what is actually taking place in Nature. In this domain especially,
    • organisation, mainly localised in the head. There is the organisation
    • less. Therefore, in the animal, more remains behind in the belly-manure
    • Ego potentially remains. Just because the animal itself does
    • not reach up to the Ego, more Ego remains there potentially. Hence,
    • cycle, which ought to be maintained, complete in itself. Needless to
    • treatment. Much will remain to be tried out. Then useful rules of conduct
    • function by the remainder of the body.
    • which is mainly a streaming of forces — and the stream
    • that passes forward from behind, which is mainly a streaming of substance.
    • have absorbed the Ego-force. At the Same time, since it has to remain
    • things were maintained just as our doctors have maintained a few of
    • at this. We must also observe the fruiting process in the remainder
    • would otherwise remain latent and create rheumatism and gout. He will
    • outset, these forces are left latent in the organism. They remain unused
    • realm of strong vitality. It wants to remain therein. It is the most
    • of the influence of the remaining Organs of the body. Indeed, the exaggerated
    • all those partaking in the Course shall remain for the present within
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    • yourself — in order to remain completely within
    • and the earth maintain a balance.
    • always remains a child in regard to his head. He only grows
    • connection. Also in regard to his head, man always remains,
    • really remains a child throughout life. Indeed, we may say:
    • head is the passenger conveyed by the remaining human being
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    • with the Mystery of Golgotha did not remain with them as individuals, but was
    • Man's gaze from evil, he would have to remain forever an automaton
    • Harmony of the Spheres — will have to remain a mystery for a long time
    • spiritual, in the cosmos, our ether body remains only as a picture for our
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • Man, one thing remains alike, because it is still in its beginning. The rest
    • it possible for them to remain for a long time unknown to human
    • carried them within him, and for that very reason they remained unknown to
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    • reached in such a way as to maintain throughout our clear and
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • only thing which should remain to us is our calm thinking power,
    • understand the relationship of the human head to the remaining human
    • investigation, we maintain our calm thoughtful consciousness
    • is to maintain our ordinary consciousness in its full extent, so that
    • they think that the spiritual science of Anthroposophy remains within
    • will which we maintain throughout periods of time.
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    • must be maintained that the spiritual investigator recognizes the
    • are confronted only with what remains behind, as it were, of the
    • does not acknowledge spiritual investigation but remains
    • one's self, and yet remains only within one's self. Much
    • observe calmly in that world. One cannot always remain in the
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • remains unconscious. This is something that man carries out
    • because it remains unconscious, namely that our whole thinking
    • do not wish to be so immodest as to suggest or maintain that the
    • achievements. If we remain within the ordinary outlook,
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    • certain forest trees remain what is called evergreen through winter.
    • and nervous system only, not to the remaining parts of our system.
    • This is the main secret of all existence — that
    • evolution when that body was the main element of
    • few fragments remain. It is the winter of the Earth, but the Earth's
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    • more especially in the domain of science. There — however much
    • impoverishing mode of thought has slipped even into the finest domain
    • itself;’ this remains unknown.
    • assumption, he remains at one correct assumption. The thought
    • excuse and still maintained that he had before him nothing but the
    • only exist in the domain of which I am speaking, where it comes very
    • repeat, I choose a book by a celebrated man of the day, in the domain
    • who are associated with progress in this domain, who are able to put
    • forward what he says in this or that domain without proof, as of
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • be done is to consider the main types of earthly humanity. We are
    • cold, barren mathematics is the only science which remains to him for
    • that has developed from it is the result of remaining stationary
    • of hatred. If mankind has no wish for this love, chaos will remain.
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    • His dwelling-place. He has remained with the Earth; through
    • revelation that came to him as ‘unique’ and he maintains
    • alternated with a form of clairvoyance that had remained as a
    • said holds good even of the sparse remains still surviving of
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • has accustomed them to consider — even to maintain on
    • perceptions — though these are not taken seriously and remain
    • wanted to point out that the domain usually reached only in artistic
    • spiritual understanding of what in art need only remain a
    • appealing to the moment of waking, to what remains of the previous
    • lamentable events occurring in this domain to-day show that men's
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • once all the remaining earth forces have changed into heat, this heat
    • succumbed to heat death there remains a huge field of corpses, not
    • further, not only to expunge those Imaginations whose details remain within
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • domain and help us to understand the mission of Spiritual Science in
    • man, was gradually lost, mainly as a result of the conditions
    • epoch is the development of intellect, of reason. The main
    • sphere of Lower Devachan; and the domain of moral impulses in the
    • In our present age it is mainly the forces of the astral world that
    • epoch, intellectuality can remain unimpaired even if no pleasure is
    • intellectual progress is mainly due all proceed from the impulse
    • remain without such knowledge until he can acquire it in his next
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • this course, and it will be my task to present here, in the main, the
    • domain, which really lives in us, to space commonly so called, we now
    • objective domain by himself traversing space — for, in
    • mathematics, although it remains unnoticed. (I have given a
    • other domains of existence than those accessible to
    • that, by penetrating the mathematical domain completely, we are led to
    • fourth dimension, and so on, and coming to the domain of
    • domains, he will be developing something related to elementary,
    • beings when, in this way, we raise to higher domains what we develop
    • again men sought to attain a higher stage of cognition in all domains
    • remains a kind of deposit, little understood now, in what were called
    • that author was true, although it so astonished him. It was mainly through
    • further, into super-sensible domains, what reliable science brings
    • domains we speak of being caught up in the “rapid tempo”
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    • people who come to Dornach to-day and maintain that something
    • reacts to the cosmos, not only by taking in oxygen and remaining
    • artistic eye, what is the main thing. If one differentiates further
    • up his own well-being, on the one hand maintaining his freedom, but
    • finds he can maintain himself by sacrificing, in a certain sense,
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    • let action and social life spring from it, the main thing was joy
    • to himself: Spirit must exist, and for the sake of the maintenance of
    • maintains its course, after all, only between birth and death. He is
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • we remain within the limits of ordinary consciousness, we retain
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    • beings had remained as they were in ancient times when they had
    • might be usurped by Ahriman. There remained only one possibility,
    • from maintaining his dominion to the end.
    • Theology can no longer truly be called Christian. In this domain,
    • had remained at that stage, we could never have known anything of
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    • does not happen, for the wolf remains a wolf — that is, the
    • wished to grasp the Mystery of Golgotha through what remained from
    • but the Father-principle was in reality the only thing that remained
    • If we do not wish to remain
    • remain such as you were through birth, and see Nature merely through
    • Anthroposophy should therefore strive to maintain the Universal-Divine.
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    • of all that remains externally invisible in the events, and still
    • into the river and was drowned. And you will remain by this verdict
    • mankind, but in the life which awaits the earth for the remainder of
    • reverted. Its effects could not remain. We are thus facing a tragic
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    • which have remained like oases in a desert, re-echo a great,
    • only remains like an old legend. This is how matters stood with the
    • clairvoyance, remained in its original intensity and
    • containing that which had remained as a kind of moral extract from
    • things are possible. Let us keep to this, to begin with. We remain by
    • speak in general phrases and if they remain victorious they will
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    • are present in it three main downward forces — three
    • hollow, that our civilisation still remains unconscious of
    • to these two main original groups. There was the party with
    • catchwords of a cause. It is the main feature that one has to
    • consider; and the main feature is, that that part of the
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    • learn to know what otherwise remains unconscious in him
    • still remains within the physical. But when he thus
    • planets, he still remains in the body with a portion, as it
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • movement and activity remaining over from the old Moon and
    • formation of his head. Were he to remain within the mother's
    • formation would result. But he remains there for only ten
    • the human head, the remaining two-twelfths being left over
    • have a cosmic being who, it is true, is formed for the main
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • fragments remained of the Christmas Plays that were performed
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    • consider the main details. We read how Gautama left the royal Palace
    • when nothing remains to remind me in the future of my earthly
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    • domain like that of hygiene — a domain which possibly is more
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • experience. This applies very specially to the domain of health and
    • important domain, for it leads us immediately to all the joy that
    • felt in the domain of Medicine itself.
    • more than a diagnosis, never to a real therapy in this domain. In
    • One domain of life in
    • nature — I refer to the domain of education. Without a
    • domains. It is, however, an illustration of the application of
    • power working deeply into human beings. Intellectualism remains
    • arising in the domain of intellectualism are muchtoo
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    • outwards, which does not mainly follow the out-breathing process, but
    • strives to maintain the rhythm of the breath itself in the way he
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • state, that the human soul could be thought of as having remained
    • which remain in our present dream-life. It was an inner life,
    • into men the consciousness that the whole domain of knowledge of
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    • Although a tiny rest of scholastic realism remained, electricity then
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
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    • writings of our opponents remain, and posterity can be reconstructed
    • also from what remained alive in the souls of those who tried to
    • ordinary people. Today, the actual view that we maintain is that the
    • mainly the Easter event that people felt.
    • earthly elements, but the ether body remains connected with the
    • remains intact after death. This is, at the same time, the tree upon
    • remains behind on earth after the Mystery of Golgotha, and through it
    • remained unaffected by the differences that exist among humankind.
    • body is prepared, which is able to remain apart from all that causes
    • these two festivals remained unrelated. Easter is a Christ festival,
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    • ‘punctual.’ So long as we remain within the
    • the life of the remainder of our human being inasmuch as it is
    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • suffice. No idea that remains at rest within itself can reproduce the
    • three-dimensional to the four-dimensional. So long as we remain
    • within the mathematical domain, the thoughts which we arrive at in
    • remaining rays. What we know as Feeling cannot live in
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    • remain open. Our main purpose today will be to envisage the
    • as the remains of prehistoric organic beings. Nor is it difficult to
    • between such a layer of rock-material and the fossil remains of
    • plant-life, and that in the deeper layers we come to fossil remains
    • find there only fossil remains of animals which did not yet possess a
    • remained unchanged, while others developed towards vertebrate forms and
    • remains of animal life rest, as it were, on others, and such others,
    • remains provide living witnesses of the fact that life has existed
    • their rock-material which consists mainly of what is called granite
    • also with his heart, searching for what these remains can reveal of
    • down, while the interior remained in a state of fiery fluid, and that
    • interior of the earth beneath the crust remains in a fiery-fluid
    • taken place through which quite a thin layer has remained in a cooled
    • we know only from the excavation of their remains. Then we are led to
    • in the field of geology we remain on really safe ground (and no student
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • further still. We are led by what operates in the mineral domain to
    • decomposition, caused by processes in the domain of the
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • that we maintain a completely passive attitude towards life, so
    • never remains the same for a moment. The present is of such a nature
    • remain. You could not alter it. If yesterday, when you were eating
    • Nothing now remains but for us to acquire the faculty of making
    • remain unconscious of it. When we sleep our Ego and astral body are
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    • which we are striving in the domain of Theosophy has already found
    • knowledge in the separate domains of life — even of occult life
    • remaining sixth part in an orderly manner, yet in Theosophical life
    • domain in which these truths were not cultivated. The whole course
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    • alone remains, we cannot say otherwise than that he must learn to
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    • for the remainder of the earth-existence. In the centre is the One
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    • ‘remained behind.’ We know that the Luciferic
    • beings have invaded the domain of our earth humanity. It has
    • has often been used, that as in our schools some pupils remain
    • who, remaining behind in the stages of their own evolution,
    • initiative action had not the Luciferic beings remained behind on the
    • claims that they only lead man astray; their remaining behind must be
    • ‘remaining behind’ of the Luciferic and Ahrimanic beings
    • such remaining behind and all its influence is renunciation,
    • Now if all conditions remained as they were, as we described them in
    • conditions continued in a direct line from Saturn, remain subject to
    • re-issuing in the form of heat. All that remained as heat on ancient
    • become active within it. These beings are ‘they who remained
    • behind’; ‘remaining behind’ was therefore a
    • the deeper reasons of the remaining behind, we see that the original
    • — did not lay with those who remained behind. This is the
    • the proffered sacrifice, the Luciferic beings could not have remained
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    • conception that this substance was compelled to remain with the
    • the fact remains that in those other Beings who wished to contribute
    • as torment in the domain which can well be included in the hidden
    • up at them, what remains behind as repressed longings and wishes can
    • picture remain any length of time the old longing begins to glimmer
    • that lonely grave which for a century has closed over his remains.
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    • remained behind within the Beings themselves — thereby was
    • them from many different sides. That which remains in them as the
    • substance of the sacrifice must remain in the Beings whose sacrifice
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    • by which to maintain the intellect by filling them with
    • as a whole remained capable of further development beyond the
    • left to nature. In the past, human beings naturally remained
    • within. People who do not take up anything spiritual remain
    • maintained. And so the individual remains as he is —
    • external circumstances or, in a word, remained 27 years of
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    • grow large or remain dwarf-like, with their outer appearance
    • certain secrets connected with the virtues remain hidden to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • human body was determined and maintained by the immediate
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    • can quite easily establish for himself. We mainly use our
    • illusion remains beyond the threshold of conscious awareness.
    • mainly depends on the fact that the world around us is full
    • generation is mainly educated to think in abstract terms, and
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    • example, that the West is mainly talking of birth and of
    • develop mainly on the basis of emotions and not, as people
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • the life of the earth and remain united with it; they do not
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • epochmaking literary works would remain unknown? Surely we
    • and remains only in a hardened form. You need to find the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • to be so wise and enlightened, remains at a childish level.
    • then remains the same throughout life. Something quite
    • There, souls which have remained empty and barren inside
    • maintains reverence. Man remains man and God remains God.
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    • Graeco-Latin epoch, mainly on account of the measures taken
    • the ancient Mysteries were mainly responsible for the
    • became the domain of the spirits of darkness, who had
    • element of decline is natural. Human beings cannot remain
    • to the surface with might and main.
    • remain outside our conscious awareness, make them all the
    • I really remain in the spiritual world. I am conscious that
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    • main concern of these spirits of darkness to bring confusion
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    • affairs involved mainly members of the hierarchy of
    • As I said, they were mainly involved. Try with all intensity
    • back to ancient India, we find that people remained young and
    • that the spirits of darkness have power mainly over the
    • but mainly by Karl Marx,
    • Well, we can give a number of reasons, the main one being
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    • remained in his old state, in a state of instinctive guidance by
    • divine spiritual powers. Whereas he would then have remained
    • intellectually. But the fact remained unnoticed — and this is
    • something has remained with us: pure thinking, namely, the real,
    • knowledge, one remains pretty humble, for one knows that true
    • accustomed himself to remaining with the facts in the physical sense
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    • continues working there, within us, in a way which remains concealed
    • as the natural sciences remain as they are; man would develop a
    • which have cost so much real sacrifice, will remain unfruitful.
    • that the bones must in this case remain physical matter, in order
    • super-sensible knowledge is rejected, life after death remains an
    • the super-sensible world will remain an unexplored region, inaccessible
    • to knowledge, i.e. it will remain an article of faith, and
    • Christianity, too, will remain a matter of faith, not of knowledge.
    • and compare it with the remainder of the skeleton (skull-bones compared
    • intuitive vision as far as the domain of facts. Goethe's theory of
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    • when the Earth-spirits stream in again, the seeds remain hidden and
    • remains the question: how can all this be a matter of actual experience?
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    • spirit in objects, however, usually remain with speaking about the
    • by very few. It is clear, however, to whoever maintains a healthy
    • be considered by itself or whether it remains inexplicable by itself,
    • And whoever merely looks at plants by themselves, remaining with the
    • remain caught within. If one speaks of a soul in the Venus fly-trap,
    • structures have the unique property that the cell wall remains
    • whose main orientation is toward the center of the earth, so that the
    • direct itself in its main orientation toward the center of the earth.
    • and summertime — we have the plant's second main
    • earth and has remained behind as a remnant of a pre-earthly
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • domain. A follower to some extent of Jacob Boehme, Louis
    • processes in the atoms; they remained in the earthly realm.
    • consciousness commonly remains behind, — does not
    • physical science was in the main kept esoteric. It was this
    • Mysteries whose origin mainly goes back into the 4th post-Atlantean
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    • the super-sensible. But these attempts either remained in the
    • over far wider domains than is possible under the influence
    • Logos or the Word — must of course be maintained; they
    • thoughts; — not to want to remain contented with the
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    • different consciousness from what has remained to us in this
    • remaining behind as against the movement of the fixed stars.
    • Mankind would have had to remain in their old state of
    • this domain, Spiritual Science is no less important as an
    • of anything nowadays if you remain at the mere words, if you
    • remain at the mere words, you can talk much about Natural
    • aims in all domains of life One fruit, above all, it will
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • out with man's true inner being during sleep, but remains behind
    • out during sleep and which remains unconscious for the ordinary
    • loneliness, which alone enables us to maintain our Ego in this
    • the maintenance of the Ego in the spiritual world. We then learn
    • consciousness between birth and death, this world remains. The
    • but what we experienced inwardly remains as a mirroring
    • thoughts, which is connected with the physical body, remains
    • remaining organism through nutrition. For in the same measure in
    • remained behind which now summon up the picture. Certain
    • processes remained behind in your organism and these summon up in
    • in the course of the world's evolution. But we always remain in
    • physical world, we must remain by physical facts.
    • remaining body in such a way that the human being protects the
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • head is carried by the remaining body, it really travels along
    • like a person using a coach; for it is the remaining body which
    • is set upon the remaining organism. This remaining organism is
    • remaining body in the same way in which the whole animal is
    • remaining body of man developed later, out of the earth, and was
    • development of the head; they remained connected with the earth
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    • persists in maintaining the old traditions of a moral or
    • in the ordinary course of life remains connected with the natural
  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • not be fully conscious; it can quite well remain in the
    • external action; otherwise it remains mere desire, even though we
    • though we may be true idealists. The highest ideals will remain
    • our thinking has been intensified. The thoughts remain behind
    • our constitution does not enable our consciousness to remain
    • clear; it is not strong enough to maintain consciousness unless
    • physical body which remained behind, become a reflecting
    • outside. We go out of the body, yet we remain completely
    • go away from us, for they remain with the body, and how we
    • external observations and experiments that remain connected with
  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • in another age and today it must seem frivolous to maintain old
    • human civilization cannot remain so in future. We perceive that
    • misery is too great for the maintenance of old Christmas customs.
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    • remain more unconscious in the earthly human being and are pushed
    • For a while they maintain the form given to them, but a corpse is
    • thinking capacity. This process, however, remains chaotic and
    • the will which shoots into his muscles, etc., all this remains
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    • vanished behind the semblance, and only the semblance remained.
    • spiritual worlds imprison him so that he cannot maintain his
    • had another direction from that of today. If we remain standing
    • Conceptions of the end of the earth remained for a longer time in
    • hypotheses and remain by the phenomena; i.e., by the truths based
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    • thoughts themselves remain unchanged and rigid; but these rigid
    • If man does not wish to remain within the lifeless essence of the
    • external culture; he cannot, however, remain standing by this
    • is contained in anthroposophical books, our ideas will remain as
    • given by Anthroposophy; for then they remain something which has
    • cosmic development. People would much rather remain quiet, with
    • Goetheanum cannot rise up again; it can only remain a memory, and
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    • that, together with the earth, man remains an earthbound
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    • example). Very little now remains of the grand thought which united
    • thing remains, that in our calendar, before the actual Christmas Day
    • physical body but remains stationary. It is a Mystery difficult to
    • back, really remains stationary: it does not change with the body,
    • remains behind. The body goes forward through the years. This is
    • something remains stationary in time, while time itself progresses.
    • But this is actually the case. The Ego remains stationary, because it
    • remains connected with those forces which we call our own in the
    • spiritual world. There the Ego remains; it remains practically in the
    • is retained in the spiritual world. It must remain there, otherwise
    • the whole time man remains on Earth, ever looking forward to the
    • implies that as regards our Ego we remain in a certain respect behind
    • the spiritual part of us has remained behind. And humanity should be
    • feelings at Christmas: the knowledge of how man, through what remains
    • remained from olden times a number of so-called Paradise Plays which
    • merely a pastoral play, there has also remained behind the Play of
    • of the Child, of that which remains holy in man whilst his other
    • consciousness of the necessity of a reunion of what remains
    • meaning. Then it is as Haeckel says. And at that it has to remain,
    • different — domain? Haeckel's science may lead those who think
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    • Mystery of Golgotha. Very little indeed has remained of what it was
    • little of this insight has remained, one contemporary example being
    • remains the case until the point at which we begin to have a
    • on our further journey. The “I” remains behind. The
    • remains behind, the “I” stays there. This is difficult
    • to comprehend because one cannot imagine that something remains
    • the “I” stays there, and it remains there because the
    • the human being from earthly existence. It remains united with
    • “I” remains there, the “I” fundamentally
    • remains in the form in which it has been conferred on us, as we
    • that we remain with our “I” back in the spiritual world
    • life, back to our childhood. Our spiritual element has remained
    • always remained connected with what is approaching now
    • through what remained behind during growth, remaining in the
    • of these so-called Paradise Plays have remained, which were
    • presented. It has remained connected to the Shepherds' Play and
    • eighteenth century, but it is wonderful to see how some remained
    • remained in the hands of certain families in the villages and were
    • remained foreign to them, quite foreign. We need only consider that
    • Child, the view of what has remained holy in the human being while
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    • by Angra Mainyus — Ahriman.
    • fines straight? In infinity, the point must then remain the same on
    • appears to grow deeper and deeper. While we ourselves remain in the
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    • children you will remain.”
    • yet remain untouched in his moral and ethical life; his sense of
    • remains, in order that in future ages, after it has been permeated by
    • remains a physical being he cannot of course be separated from the
    • remains a physical being in the outer physical world, to maintain in
    • earthly world. He is the earthly son of Osiris who remained in the
    • stages at which primordial creation has remained stationary; such
    • that Divine Powers had remained at an earlier stage of development in
  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • Chrysalis — for that is its name. This chrysalis remains suspended
    • around, the chrysalis remains quite still, and the butterfly gaily
    • and remains in it. It has some organs, has reached the light, and now
    • Instead of these ideas just remaining as thoughts, in his case they have
    • quantity of this destroyed matter remains, and here spirit and light
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    • the main inside ourselves, saying: Here is the lung, here the heart,
    • life remains in our soul as an echo of the becoming one with the beings
    • and rebirth in common with spiritual beings; and this remains with us
    • continually become less able to comprehend, to maintain, ourselves
    • fleeting; only pictures remain. Think how little these pictures retain of
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • knowledge remains something that is quite external. Dreams are obviously
    • clairvoyance in very ancient times, traces of which remained on into
    • things come together and unite — the power remaining over from the
    • super-sensible, but there had to remain content with phrases, such as the
    • forces permeate him through and through and remain with him — for
    • the contrary, these truths, which are correct in the main, open up for
    • to man remain silent within him by day in order that he may unfold his
    • their after-effects can his life be maintained by day. Man's further
  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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    • Theosophy and Its Main Doctrines or
    • originate in mud but in life-germs. Anthroposophy maintains:
    • brilliant results in the domain of animal life because he has
    • the importance of the results acquired in his domain.
    • as the animal soul. Just as we must remain in the domain of the
    • remain in the sphere of soul-spirit to understand the origin of
    • follow if the “new believer” really remained true to
    • and lower human souls remains unexplained — a miracle. For
    • with miracle in the realm of physical life, remain believers,
    • to acknowledge the only possible remaining point of view: the
    • maintain scientific opinions against the opposing forces of the
    • gained in their own particular domain.
    • of “soul” because nothing remained of this
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    • maintain the breathing by artificial means, we might quite
    • taking place within him, and if life could be maintained
    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • remains behind of life passes over gradually into lifeless
    • of it; what we take with us is that which remains in the
    • his experiences do not remain merely as sense-perceptions but
    • which are already in our consciousness. So we remain standing
    • death in this manner will not consider that which remains
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    • remained behind at the same stage which the physical body had
    • by the etheric body; and a third part has remained at the
    • fourth part remains at the mineral stage. It has the same
    • however, remain merely within his sense-organs; but while the
    • remained upon the astral plane, and now intervenes by taking
    • plane — for it has remained in Devachan. It permeates
    • Egos have remained behind the human kingdom during the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • always present, but remained invisible to him before his
    • his entire life remained striving, with rest, to
    • the immortal, the eternal, that remains of Helena. A word is
    • maintains: We must take this science earnestly and study it,
    • altogether escape and remain in the spiritual world. If one
    • spirit existence. As long as there remains one selfish aim,
    • something still remains, as it did in Faust after he had said that
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • the child-body might lie before us. The highest wisdom remains
    • can radiate that which we need for the remaining hours and days
    • we remain faithful to the impulse which was mentioned at the
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    • but not of Aristotle himself. Galileo maintained that men
    • originated in the brain; yet Aristotle maintained that they
    • Aristotle) argued thus: — “Aristotle maintains
    • Giordano Bruno. The question now remains how best to
    • Remained aloof and the great Universe Around His finger
    • the eighteenth century maintained that man did not possess
    • transfer his remains from their grave to the Princes
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    • various sciences in all the different domains of civilised
    • extent in any other domain of science, that the Darwinian
    • other phenomena of life, comes within the domain of
    • is carried out, and then to reckon how much remains in the
    • Isolate scientists in the domain of biology are now showing a
    • lectures, with the words: “Let us remain united in the
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    • predilections, the way in which one has felt and maintained
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
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    • remains unoccupied. That is just the peculiarity of our time.
    • remained unsatisfied or were repressed. Take a concrete
    • between the head of man and the remainder of his organism. The
    • from the remainder of the organism (by virtue of the part it
    • hand what strives to maintain him in a certain situation, and
  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • Especially his look remains quite unforgettable to those who
    • correct) and remains in a half-sleeping state. About two there
    • already told you how there have remained over, from very
    • adopted to withhold from the remainder of mankind this
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    • inheritance. We cannot therefore say that the main qualities
    • to themselves, while other men remain stupid, ignorant of
    • became — in the theosophical domain — rather like
    • Blavatsky remained sound and healthy, and yet brought to light
    • maintained in our Spiritual Science) to draw your attention to
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    • remained. It sounds the same, for all who share a common
    • Such aberration remains in a sense an individual matter. At
    • remain within the Graeco-Latin time, — but we should find
    • would always have remained a mere product, as it were, of
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    • course of human life must still remain mysteries, even in their
    • illumination, as He has remained with us until now, as He
    • will remain with mankind throughout all ages even to the
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    • remained; they stood before him; the three gifts which he had
    • maintained the external, up-shooting life, the physical life.
    • has, indeed, remained a fragment but which shows us in a deeply
    • survey beyond his narrowly confined domain. Only then is he
    • But Mark remains, surrounded by a few,
    • Devachanic domain, the spiritual music. Only softly, softly,
    • darkness, and when some darkness still remains; his soul has
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    • domain, cannot, as yet, penetrate into it and organize it. Therefore
    • remain behind at each stage of evolution, so that in the succeeding
    • evolution of mankind there have always been Beings who remained
    • attributes. They have remained behind, with the result that they did
    • Beings are at work in the same domain as the Folk Spirits or
    • Spirits in the domain where the Folk Spirits are active.
    • because they have remained on Earth, whereas their colleagues, the
    • precisely that aspect of language which has remained on Earth. We
    • promotion. They do not remain behind because they have neglected
    • remained behind with him and renounced certain attributes in order
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so we must also look upon “remaining
    • those Spirits of Form who have remained behind at the Archangel stage
    • latter had remained behind at the Archangel stage. Cooperation of
    • in yet another domain.
    • many inventions would remain forever unknown if this work of the
    • and subject it to law. In this domain also, those Beings who have
    • work in conjunction with other Beings, who, because they remained
    • those Beings who remained behind in their evolution not at the Old
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    • our attention to the domain in which the Archangels issue their
    • portion of the people had to separate from the main body of the
    • Movement who are five stages beyond man may also remain behind with
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    • should renounce the normal course of their evolution and remain
    • of Movement, had not remained behind and renounced the development of
    • remained at the stage of the Spirits of Form and are now active in
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    • and this is principally the domain in which the Spirits of Movement
    • of race and the like. These beings, indeed this whole domain is one
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    • The correct translation should be “Main Race,” and “Main
    • evolution of man. For if the Moon had remained united with the Earth
    • the other six Spirits remained in the Sun — and because Jahve
    • rank of the Hierarchies — had decided to remain behind, the
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    • has often been pointed out, the nuclei of future peoples remained
    • peoples of Europe also who had remained behind during the migration
    • the Cosmos by a single ultimate principle, a monon, would remain
    • Archai-being, a Spirit of Personality and elected to remain at the
    • remained at the Archangel stage and in consequence was able to guide
    • Christianity will remain a living source, able to be renewed and
    • much still remained to be done. It was essential that the different
    • remain at a childlike stage. The Archangel who was sent to
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    • lower rank were, on the other hand, Beings whose domain they had
    • to it indirectly through Spiritual Science — remains more or
    • advancement comparatively early and remained at the stage of a Angel
    • was a mighty Being who was seen to have remained behind at the Angel
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    • and he himself remained a passive instrument. His relationship to the
    • looked up to them and wanted to work in their domain. But the
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    • peoples lay primarily in the domain of the Spiritual Soul. The
    • the Chinese that isolates itself and remains static, repeating what
    • followed a strictly delimited course. Only the last remaining traces
    • at the same time has remained so long in the germinal stage.
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    • last lecture I can assure you that much still remains to be discussed
    • remain content with the manifestations of the old astral clairvoyance
    • Science, if, perhaps in the domain of Spiritual Science itself, there
    • days, and let us always remain together in spirit with this
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    • Socrates right up to our own day, men had to remain more or less in
    • still remained. It was buried as it were under the load of
    • progress may well believe that the powers of the soul remain
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    • between ancient and modern times, that the Greek felt mainly the
    • heard what are the main experiences of the soul in self-knowledge as
    • main object today has been to place before your souls this occult
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    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • right tempo can be maintained. Evolution needs a certain weight. The
    • physical manifestation, but for the time being remains close to the
    • physical, but only until the death of the Earth; He remains close to
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • remained backward, can still incarnate upon the Earth, can still move
    • said to himself, ‘Our Earth can no longer maintain such an
    • whereas Zeus had remained behind at an earlier stage. Whereas Zeus
    • had remained at the stage of the Moon evolution, had persisted in the
    • us to maintain life and the sexual instinct that drives us to
    • maintain the species. Those appetites, after all, still leave human
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    • cognition, but if we bear in mind that the main thing in knowledge is
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • remained a teacher in the Mysteries long after the real man, of whom
    • their bodies had to do. The individualities remained.
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    • there is a higher reality behind the world of the mind. It is mainly
    • Earth, and another stream side by side with this main one.
    • (In a certain way it does remain in the Akasha Chronicle, but it does
    • elements. This took place in the main during the Sun evolution.
    • heavens above us something remains from the old Sun evolution. For
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    • mainly domestic animals as you know — have in the
    • forces which exercised the main influence upon the other order of
    • idea of why the animals resembling the bull remained bull-like, and
    • thereby bring about a higher harmony. A bull would not remain a bull
    • those which work mainly on the bird kingdom, and, in a broader field
    • Moon evolutions, would have to remain invisible; but, as if out of
    • He remained related to the Earth. Thus through this Being there was
    • break with him or rise above this difficulty and remain true to him.
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    • The soul cannot remain at the stage of mere wonder, for in that way
    • turn. The great arrogance of our age which maintains that mythology
    • Old Moon as astral body remains subconscious; it lights up in the
    • consciousness of ours to work alone, we do not wish to remain alone
    • behind, it always does remain several paces behind scientific
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    • what has remained to us in the creations of Raphael. Raphael stands there
    • beautiful forms. Raphael, however, remained with me as a breath, as
    • by the essence of Greek culture. But why is it that this does not remain
    • the other wall there is a picture that must remain indelibly in the
    • always remain as a living witness of the fact that there was once an
    • are lost his name will nevertheless remain engraven in the memory of
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • pedagogic cult could have maintained all through the centuries up to
    • fetch back that which has remained in the strange land — the Sampo.
    • the most perfect animal form; but it cannot at all remain at such a
    • remained a dependent being who would only have felt himself as a vessel,
    • for when he is overcome, Kriemhilde remains behind; the treasure of
    • Sampo which had remained concealed. We see symbolically in a wonderful
    • a motto for the principles of occult science, and sums up in main outline
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    • significance, the prosaic does not remain prosaic. Just as we find
    • dangers only if he starts to spiritualise life in this very domain,
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    • the remains of those Moon-forces which were left behind, as I have
    • is present which keeps the whole process in the domain of the Earth.
    • Moon-like into the earthly. Through the remains of the fallen ash the
    • longer had the right to destroy it. It would then have to remain an
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    • remains just the same substance within you as it was outside. That is
    • can be relived as an inner experience, so these truths remain
    • substantial than ordinary memory, remains.
    • throughout the year. As an experience remains fixed in the
    • breathing organ remains active, but then it has to be
    • from the cosmos towards the Earth. They remain waiting there until an
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    • and reflects on the main interests of people to-day will have
    • life that in a certain domain is supreme. If we leave all else
    • achievement which, in a certain respect, has remained
    • is an external detail, but the fact remains that Copernicus was
    • outcome of the Christian impulse. To maintain that these
    • an inverted form in the domain of modern materialism. But what
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    • remained in the body. The soul must be raised out of the body.
    • otherwise remain, in so many respects, incomprehensible.
    • but that often the body of Jesus of Nazareth had remained in
    • of Nazareth and remained as one dumb before the high priests of
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    • ben Hyrcanus upheld a certain doctrine and maintained in
    • several different rites but in the main it represented the
    • things that remained hidden from others — many terrible
    • where the father had remained. The father died about this time
    • Jesus of Nazareth was passing out through the gate of the main
    • he had gone through the main gate of the Essene building. What
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    • so little skill. The man went off. Hillel had remained
    • been made upon that body and had remained as it were in the
    • remained unsolved at the Temptation. The questions were
    • This love had remained. In these dwellings the people spoke
    • of Ahriman remained in men under Ahriman's domination,
    • Prayer. In a similar manner — and much remains to be said
    • because of the question that had remained unsolved, the
    • Temptation there remained something which, in a God, is
    • nevertheless we will remain together and feel together what we
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    • souls, but remain united with them.
    • arms stretch out from the head, but the physical brain remains within
    • the cerebellum which remains within the hard covering of the skull;
    • judgment, or decide something wisely, the organs remain at rest,
    • is a man who resists the development of wisdom, who wants to remain
    • does not remain passive towards life, but is ready to use its
    • itself, but the forces which are active in the physical heart, remain
    • hearts remain unused. They are then seed for Lucifer. He takes charge
    • instruments for Courage. Here our Ego remains more or less outside,
    • the main guide us into the position which we have in the world as
    • upright in childhood, when we are tired, remains tired all through
    • They remain for us, but they are connected with a virtue; with the
    • man can be willing to remain unwise. Wisdom and justice lead us out
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    • whilst maintaining a truly scientific outlook on life, to
    • Much of what, it is believed today, should just remain an
    • birth and death. Yet it remains true that the early ascetics,
    • who do not withdraw, who maintain their health and indeed
    • consciousness. We remain within the thought itself. I am aware
    • one position in which it remains at rest, and that is when its
    • we were not so robust and did not remain indifferent to them
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    • goes on inside remains hidden from ordinary consciousness. So,
    • show us, the human eye or some other sense-organ, there remains
    • in experimental psychology, the fact remains: everything that
    • so call it without arrogance. He always remains capable of
    • more paradoxical may appear what remains to be said, not only
    • remains dark down there in the region into which we descend,
    • — that eternal element which remains hidden from us
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    • there remain countless facts in history which are not
    • outlook, whilst maintaining the whole spirit of science. In so
    • which, but for its appearance, would have remained
    • in the scientific age, the main concern was to
    • by remaining within space and time.
    • whilst remaining intact as real knowledge, real spiritual
    • Today, there remains in the Orient an echo of what I have
    • historical epoch remains present at a certain spot on the
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    • say today in this direction is bound to remain rather sketchy;
    • about what must remain mysteriously hidden. We may
    • spiritual world does not remain a mere pantheistic and nebulous
    • This life is made up of images that are the remains of our
    • remain merely “ideology.” And as we shall see in
    • noted, views history mainly — if not so exclusively as do
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    • extraordinarily shrewd. Yet the fact remains that, as
    • nebulous mystic remains caught in ordinary consciousness.
    • apprehend the air that vibrates inside us, we remain more or
    • droplets separate off and continue to revolve round the main
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    • spiritual, does not remain at the abstract and Utopian level,
    • remain elastic, so that they can move on from this point to
    • could not grow, had to remain small, and could not take on
    • remains essentially undisturbed by the Waldorf School. It
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    • depths, there still remain legacies of the religious
    • Greek and Roman, there then arose something that could maintain
    • cosmology of the time; and this element then remains almost
    • Religious impulses themselves, while remaining what they are,
    • element seeks to maintain its position. The correlation exists.
    • current, the legal one, maintains its influence on the economic
    • remains a kind of dead thought. Anyone, however, who becomes
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    • main reason underlying this economic decline.
    • remained to be developed, the mysteries attempted a
    • that the hordes which, mainly from Northern and Central Europe,
    • want to manage the factory; we want to remain what we
    • are justified in saying: There remain only forces of decline
    • in outline, in the remaining lectures.
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    • we must cease to try to maintain the old order at all costs,
    • things that must be overthrown. The old saying remains true:
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    • the central argument was taken to be my main point. In order to
    • over. My main concern was thus to answer the question:
    • for a particular period never remain valid beyond that period
    • comprehensive programme: this remains an abstraction.
    • remain a tool in a specific concrete activity.
    • then remains possible for politics and law to function on a
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    • these ancient Hebrew prophets, that they remained united even in sleep
    • without; but each must remain connected with the body in pure renunciation
    • must nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his physical
    • incarnation on earth, remain united with it through those members which
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    • longing, filled with such love, that they remained united even in
    • remain connected with the body in pure renunciation of such
    • nevertheless remain, for otherwise, death would take place. Man
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his
    • physical incarnation on earth, remain united with it through those
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    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • is important if one must judge life, not to remain in the
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    • remain half- baked unless the human being approaches the matter
    • his master. He had to work; moreover, he was maintained under
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    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
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    • and experience, which remain in the horizontal plane, while the
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    • spiritual kingdom, but remains unconscious and is carried across like
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    • outward appearance. But all that had remained as the tradition of
    • desire for knowledge which remained unsatisfied. And when we look
    • understanding why, remains in the soul and works on further, as it
    • me, has gone into the unreal: but what has remained for me and
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    • preserved on a single sheet among Goethe's literary remains. Through
    • metaphor, but a truth, and Goethe remains consistent to it, in that
    • he remains unmolested.
    • to maintain in it its sharp outlines. And then Mephistopheles
    • spiritual world and knows what it is like, but could not remain,
    • veil;’ it is so exactly what remains when one has once peeped
    • remains with one what is nothing else but the abstraction,
    • in a commanding material view, that remains to him still. He must
    • remain in his soul. And once more we see Faust in touch with
    • egoism remaining in him is cancelled by the power of Care. The last
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    • And the experience remained in man's feeling when he awoke. He
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    • Sumerian documents of which fragments remain.]
    • have to do with one who had remained comparatively long in
    • possible because there remained to this second personality a
    • have in the one personality what remained of the old habits of
    • other what remained to him from vision and penetration into the
    • personality might be continued on Earth, he remained with this
    • remain with Gilgamesh. I am setting aside just now the
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    • Very well then, we must remain in the illusion. That means,
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    • had to remain behind on the road, in order that you might
    • remained longest. The Mysteries of Hibernia still existed,
    • that yet remained to man of the old time of the Gods. Scarcely
    • so to speak, in advance, and one that had remained behind. The
    • Greece in a Luciferian manner, whilst in Asia they had remained
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    • shadow-pictures, — the remains, so to speak, that were
    • What remained was a looking back. In the time, however, of
    • spirit. True and genuine materialism in all domains has only
    • remained at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. Over in Asia
    • the burning of Ephesus. In Hibernia it remained on until some
    • characterise it as the age when man, if he wishes to remain at
    • wish so to remain — will inevitably fall into a terrible
    • become sub-human, he simply cannot maintain himself on the
    • The two streams remained side by side. And those of us who are
    • Paracelsus did, that a last remains of the medieval
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    • serves to maintain his physical organism, or rather his whole
    • remain at the words, we must enter into that which is behind
    • say, conditionally. Man is able to lift them out of the domain
    • is true, show some irregularity of shape, but in the main the
    • being. Otherwise all pharmacology remains merely a matter of
    • the ego-organisation remains with it. The salt goes still
    • they were outside it. No mineral substance can remain the same
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    • body. It has the power to form and also to maintain the
    • configuration; but the Earth has no power to maintain the form
    • God-maintained in the midst in inner balance of being. And when
    • that yet remains to us, if we take to-day a solemn pledge, each
    • to remain loyal to the Spirit to which we erected our
    • ours with the souls of the Gods. We will remain faithful to the
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    • various domains of life, we shall perceive that these men are
    • everything remains unconscious or subconscious — plead to
    • civilisation were to remain long enough under the sway of what
    • senses. Hence you must remain with them in the world of the
    • world. In the domain of medicine this is just what will be done
    • voice which says: Remain outside the spiritual world, for you
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    • destruction by fire of the Goetheanum, which will remain
    • of the dream, While remaining in the dream, we can come to no
    • was no symbol in the whole building, and if anyone maintains
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    • the deception in man's waking condition. He remains aware only of
    • Consciousness. There remains a kind of reflection of this
    • Archai) that remains for most human beings something really quite
    • physicist believes that this Nature is maintained by a conservation
    • third Hierarchy; only a memory, an historical memory remained. Then
    • striven to maintain some order by punishing evil and not
    • not because that was a copy so that order should be maintained on
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    • dissolving away these dead elements, all but certain remains
    • physical consciously but would remain for ever
    • summer world; and if the soul remains clairvoyant on
    • process the chemical remains, that iso the material, the
    • not remain when the blossoms open and the flowers are
    • Christophe”, the novel by Romain Rolland.
    • MORIMUR. But in the future men must not remain standing on
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    • certain considerations connected mainly with special
    • remain unconscious of the spiritual process carried out in
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    • physical body, etheric body and astral body remained with
    • further. As we shall live for the remainder of the
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    • it can possibly be said that the life of Goethe has remained
    • conditions in Weimar and, even though he remained on his
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    • that the etheric body was loosened and remained so through the
    • expressed merely in the physical. It maintained the urge and
    • the etheric Goethe who lived in him, who remained united in
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    • whose main center is the brain, centered in the head, the
    • during the waking life. The forces that remain unconscious in
    • so, much remains obscure. But bear in mind that you are thereby
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    • remain in a particularly worthy position and who should be
    • the religious denominations could remain as it is, since it was
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    • the consciousness says. It is further maintained by this
    • remaining in the soul from living experiences, particularly
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    • age into what main river the Neckar empties, nor had they even
    • remained unforgettable in the minds of the people who were
    • remained for the most part dilettantish because the
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    • years. The very thing a person is elaborating here mainly in
    • maintained by Mill and Herzen that Europe was on the way toward
    • continually to declare that silence should be maintained
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    • great importance. For this service I remain always under
    • that still remain to me. I hope that an opportunity might
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    • remains an aberration among human beings in a certain way, and
    • even remain within the Greco-Latin but we should find more if
    • remained nothing but the product of speech. Words had to lose
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    • have remained at a more or less early stage of evolution. What
    • portal of death, he remains for a short time in his etheric
    • it to remain a mere concept but carry it over completely into
    • evolution in the form of the human element would have remained
    • the earth would have remained purposeless. The bodies of human
    • evolution after it had remained for a time in the earthly form
    • the human being should remain on earth. Jahve is connected in this
    • others remain here on earth. By virtue of his or her passing
    • the portal of death maintains for many years, of course, the
    • certain nation. The person who has remained behind continues to
    • remains here has an understanding for what extends above the
    • human groups. If someone remains behind as a member of a
    • love with the dead person cannot remain undisturbed. Only
    • groups. One of them maintained that mankind was not yet ready
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    • subjects have not remained silent. It would have been better
    • quite a number who are authorities in the domain of
    • remains of all that is so widely spread out before our senses
    • then remains? Where is there anything? What is still
    • anything in which there will remain a vestige of our present
    • And of all that is here now there will remain for the future
    • But the word will remain, the Logos, who has appeared in the
    • another domain, what most modern physicists try to
    • truths — to set up a bridge between these two domains can
    • remains, the limb system in connection with all that has to
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    • man during sleep it remains in close connection with the
    • remains more or less united. So that one can well draw this
    • remains you see more or less connected with the body, and
    • are particularly present in it that have remained there since
    • and where the principles of becoming earthly are mainly in
    • remains more or less subconscious, is in reality a dream
    • developed in what during the whole of life remains strictly
    • consciousness of the next human incarnation, which remains
    • man maintained that there was never a Plato nor a Sophocles,
    • friends, in what has consisted the main activity of the
    • working against this suppression, have such works remained as
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    • conceptions remain that are connected with man's transitory
    • his consciousness remains unconscious; he does not open up to
    • part of this substance remains so that it can again pass over
    • to the children and and again there remains some of this to
    • is continuous. There always remains in this germ substance
    • middle ages and descended to modern times, remaining as
    • maintaining that from the point of view of pure logic my
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    • are in the main the people who dominate the whole of life —
    • in advance, that they could not maintain the rate of
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    • inner grounds, can only now be maintained in place by
    • at bottom, it is not possible to maintain it, if people's
    • the main thing, which is to spread our ideas.
    • niveau. I shall always maintain the view, that it is the
    • road-sweeper should remain a road-sweeper, and the gentleman
    • should remain a gentleman, in the position where each happens
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    • that time I did this in such a way as to remain within purely
    • Most people maintain that this is a subject for belief only,
    • do we acquire this imaginative knowledge? Mainly by applying
    • world you wish to remain within reality, you find yourself
    • stronger than the ordinary ego, and can now maintain itself.
    • When the ego maintains itself, it also maintains the world of
    • wrong. And likewise wrong is the person who maintains that the
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    • are present in normal life, but which remain in a slumbering
    • remains unconscious, that slips into the human organization and
    • remain; it is temporary. What exists down below and is shaped
    • affairs. But the activity on which the memory rests, remains
    • exercise in life, but which remains unconscious. And we
    • time the soul remained connected with the development taking
    • life remained dependent on the life of the physical body until
    • that time people still remained more or less participants in
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    • knowledge remains unsatisfied and we are left with the feeling
    • I have often described the main essentials that have to be
    • to remain of the thought afterward if our soul life is to be
    • so that something finally remains? This comes about by
    • remains, but on observing what we do when we are occupied in
    • but which remains unconscious, does not reach into our
    • main thing, for our everyday lives at least, to make
    • the main thing. But alongside this, something else frequently
    • from the thoughts that remain as memory, we notice that the
    • that we can experience things where no memory of them remains.
    • And because they leave no memory behind, they remain as
    • remains full of emotions and the like, which motivate it. These
    • life is filled with the remains of the motives of our will, our
    • what finally remains, an inner feeling of ourselves, a
    • disappears too. Then we remain in a state of
    • to remain unconscious, we do not enter into sleep, but
    • what remains with us when everything is removed from our
    • philosophy which maintain that everything we see is only
    • our knowledge does not remain purely passive (though in this
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    • and from it we receive living impressions. There remain
    • remains active, side by side with the new, in a sense, second
    • can then remain so intensive and wakeful that it can
    • all this remains in existence, just as the healthy human
    • being with his sound human understanding remains side by side
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    • other substance, this is not the main thing, for we find
    • actually happens when we wake up, if our ego really remains
    • we cannot remain in this consciousness if we really wish to
    • mentioned. I only want to put before you now the main
    • remain present. We acquire views in the course of time in which
    • these images have to remain present, deep down in the
    • unconscious. Some images remain for a longer period in the
    • philosophical viewpoint, if it really remains philosophical
    • not remain mystically subjective, but is just as
    • certain scientists could maintain otherwise. And sometimes this
    • best period of time” — this is what he maintains,
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    • world gained by remaining just as one was at birth, acquiring
    • nature. Not even so much likeness still remains between the
    • these three main types of earthly division, would specialise
    • on, has now been lost; but certain Ethics have remained over
    • such as Bergson, anything of this nature remains for the
    • remained behind in humanity — that one means something
    • only external to the world. But this principle of remaining
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    • because it has remained behind at an earlier stage of its
    • or direct, but simply something which remains to us as an
    • birth or conception. It is an instinct remaining to us from
    • remained to us that inclination which indeed does not express
    • as a desire, which has remained, to give ourselves utterly up
    • the danger of not being able to grow up, of remaining
    • beings will remain children, and will not we able to age. The
    • Earth to complete its development, but to let it remain
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    • religious denomination. What then remains for
    • interfering in the affairs of religion. Nothing remains for
    • maintaining there are walruses would hinder us from asserting
    • of old impulses. What still remains of the old impulses
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    • has maintained for many years to found an understanding of a
    • up to this through that which has remained over from old
    • man in the domain of the moral — because what has been,
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    • that he was only able to maintain the illusion of being at
    • rest so long as he remained in the train itself.
    • existence is obtained for humanity it must remain for all
    • which can remain for ever; it forces us to think out what is
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    • Mainländer whose philosophy of self-destruction was born
    • one-sided and difficult to bear. Philip Mainländer, the
    • of course, the Elemental Spirits who have remained at lower
    • century — either to remain at a standstill with his
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    • remains, however, that everyone in life, when confronting the
    • extent merely rests on the remaining skeleton, and secondly
    • of that remaining skeleton. Anyone sensitive to the
    • generally remains in a stunted state is too prolific in its
    • of what otherwise remains in the obscurity of the
    • the ordinary processes and happenings in nature, remains
    • remain what it is, for example in the ordinary human form;
    • feel — although it remains quiescent — to be aroused
    • dimly that this dim vision remains in the subconscious. The
    • stepping out, however, remains an unreality as long as we are
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    • creation, perception of the external world remains alive and
    • world. In his artistic creation there remains the image of
    • anything unconscious or subconscious remains.
    • standpoint of super-sensible knowledge, becomes a domain
    • remembrance, what remains to him?
    • of seership in the domain of music and poetry are of a quite
    • main problem the experiencing of the mysteries of
    • experiences in this domain can, under special circumstances,
    • the eye, remains in the subconscious. Something happens here
    • meant to remain such, and also those impulses which the
    • artist's case the impulses remain in the subconscious. These
    • relationship with art remains. Hebbel actually asks for
    • conflicts and struggles which necessarily remain unsolved,
    • shall, like Morgenstern, be convinced that we must not remain
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    • of man? But the fact remains that the birth of the human being from
    • to know how to maintain the cohesion of the different parts of his being
    • remain simpletons all their life, only a very few have really learnt
    • domain of Spiritual Science. It is not a question merely of learning
    • remaining forces are accompanied by the right kind of feeling, they
    • One of the main reasons why everyone was not admitted to the Mysteries
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    • physical body, etheric body and astral body remained with
    • further. As we shall live for the remainder of the
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    • the remainder of the earth period.
    • what had remained within his inner being after he had descended
    • because it is the most material, the spiritual remains
    • could remain. A faculty was developed which for the time being
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    • no one should maintain on this account that the language is
    • thing: that a corporate body has been maintained which, linking
    • in the Christ Figure remained, — only what
    • natural science, and then say: Haeckel and others maintain
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    • satisfied to let such questions remain within traditional
    • maintain a reasonable point of view, we do not attribute the
    • I want to remain entirely within the popular consciousness. Let
    • always this that comes to us: what the thing mainly is when it
    • remains within, of being a victim, and with full awareness
    • inward, are more or less dream perceptions. This remains so
    • remains inhibited during sleep. First we have only the idea.
    • remains only in abstract ideas, must be involved in these
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    • what is to be done if things remain the way most of our
    • established without religion. It is maintained that humans
    • certain philosophic views maintain that no educated person
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    • Spiritual science maintains that what thus surrounds us can
    • beings remain as they are. But, as spiritual science points
    • contrast, a person remains unconscious of everything bestowed
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    • spiritual science has always maintained, namely, that organic
    • character of living substance is that it cannot remain a
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    • with the result that what should remain impersonal becomes
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    • remain inactive. The child has an extraordinarily sound
    • years, it is mainly a question of authority, confidence,
    • prejudice that maintains that at this age such things should
    • maintain that one's thoughts and feelings do not matter as
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    • characteristic. In the main we shall speak only of human
    • up to a point; in certain areas it is mainly the ether body
    • speak, mainly from the physiological viewpoint, about the
    • till puberty it is mainly the etheric principle that works on
    • the physical body; after puberty it is mainly the forces of
    • seventh year the ether body remains latent within the
    • be maintained by the physical principle.
    • plenty of opponents who maintain that anthroposophy is a
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    • may vanish but the essential, the universal, will remain and
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    • lay people as well as professionals, mainly because of the
    • oblivion. Only the physical and etheric bodies remain on the
    • remains with the astral body and the “I.” These
    • maintained the harmony. Once it is born the astral body is
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    • cannot stream in. The pictures thus created will maintain
    • all the signs of someone dying. One doctor remained calm, the
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    • the physical corpse. The main difference between death and
    • leaves and remains with the astral body and the
    • remains, which is like an extract or a summary of the past
    • extract remains united with a person throughout his further
    • journey. In fact, an essence or extract also remains of the
    • remains with the ether body; it is what gives the physical
    • body has dissolved, the astral body still remains. An
    • body as a tool to enjoy it. The craving remains after the
    • remains in kamaloca for as long as the astral body retains a
    • will remain a long time in the region of burning thirst.
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    • implies. For most people it remains extremely vague. If books
    • those maintain who are too comfortable to make the effort.
    • However, it is the height of arrogance to maintain that
    • would not see the light; the world would remain dark for us,
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    • scorn on Hirn that leads mankind upwards, and remains
    • this element remain as it was in the Ninth Symphony,
    • remain as it is; a force that, to reach higher stages, must
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    • maintain that only slowly, through the power of the church,
    • seeks to unravel its deep truths. The main concern is that
    • who simply find it more comfortable to remain within views to
    • on the Mount, often quoted by me, could maintain that
    • achieving something we could not manage before. If we remain
    • another remained at a lower stage. This indicates how in the
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    • happens as a rule three times. If the call also remains unheard the
    • able to remain, Hermann Linde for one. From early morning on clanged
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    • what might still remain in him as a heritage from the gods,
    • What remains from his sleep, would therefore pass over
    • has, adding it to the nerve organisation, which still remained
    • most significant and fundamental — remains unconscious
    • influences his organism remains in the dark. This leads to an
    • feelings remained. Man gradually withdrew from this
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    • the three sanctified bodies remained behind on earth, emptied
    • every human being was surrounded by Buddhi, but it remained
    • soul-forces, so that only the higher forces remain behind; in
    • three bodies remained hanging upon the Cross and were then
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    • permeate all the more the remaining parts of our organism.
    • a few traces of this gnostic wisdom have remained to us. It is
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    • into the remaining organism. In seeing, we have to deal altogether with
    • from his head radiating into the remaining organism that which gives
    • a firm shape, the matter remains in the astral body. Now one is asleep,
    • the end of the 28th year only where the main organism of man is at the
    • leave after seven years. Now something must remain, even when matter
    • a much slower activity of life than in that part which remains back
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    • not working in us, which maintains us through the astral body within
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    • be instructive to look back and see how — mainly in human affairs
    • the main thing. The man of old lived in the light, which the flowers,
    • This remained effective
    • to rely on the mere physical world, including the remaining human cultural
    • was still something else than it was to become later, mainly in the
    • But that is not true. Only the salts remain approximately the same.
    • dear friends. And the person who says: this remains far away from what
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    • without this latter assumption we cannot maintain our world
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    • Last time I wanted mainly to emphasize that we should not
    • Madame de Stael (Germaine de Stael), 1766–1817, French
    • machinery of hypothesis, and he must remain faithful to this.
    • divine spirits have left behind. And they have remained in
    • thought in the long distant past, and has remained in the same
    • way as your childhood thoughts have remained in you. If you
    • it, it remains in our soul, where it becomes an activity of the
    • nature that remains in us as memory and is operative in what
    • And what they thought has remained as their memory, and
    • they remain in us. Yet when the Jupiter existence comes, they
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    • allowed to remain so. The third teacher took what was still
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    • serious objection is this: What about the whole domain that
    • should play a great part in human life, the domain of
    • were to remain at their stage of development in the sixth or
    • see him as a genius. We certainly can. By doing this we remain
    • we remain bound to these after death, and have to carry them
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    • to it by saying “I.” Nevertheless, it remains
    • earth evolutions remains a mystery if we consider the physical
    • picking up of the watch remains a mystery even for the physical
    • physical body. Nothing else remains in the I but the
    • experiments reveal. They remain on the surface. In relation to
    • when modern science remains true to itself and, as it were,
    • them affirm the existence of Christ and even maintain
    • necessity in a very special way. The main thing I keep trying
    • it matter if we remain in mere dreams? If some people want to
    • incarnation something will not want to come up, but will remain
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    • in itself? For most people it remains quite a. shadowy
    • remain in some shadowy abstraction that you connect with the
    • comprehend it. But you do not grasp it, you remain
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    • preferred to remain fixed in those things of which I had to
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    • remain with their experiences altogether in the sense world, and at
    • of the churches. There are people who have remained at the standpoint of
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    • enter consciousness. It remains indeed in the unconscious—just
    • body men remain—even the most advanced of them—where what
    • him in the past owing to the still existing remains and after effects
    • were the backward-running thread of consciousness to remain unbroken—the
    • physical realm. Why should I have done this? Why should I not have remained
    • man also is an exile in this world. He therefore remains crippled and
    • a mere child. Man remains a child, the animal in his general being,
    • in the life between death and a new birth. What remains hidden here
    • gave men something) for these abstract, dried up conceptions still remaining
    • What man experiences between death and a new birth remains on this account
    • science in its own domain has a perfect right not to trouble itself
    • in a more usual form of thought, preferring to remain with what is old
    • well be overlooked, it cannot well remain unnoticed, that when we enter
    • today and just what is necessary for mankind, I should prefer to remain
    • when at the same time they remain in association with others. For it
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    • this remains quite unnoticed. We can now look at this precise relation
    • Men, however, who have remained behind at earlier stages of culture
    • today, however greatly, the fact remains that this spiritual horizon
    • maintained that it spread abroad all the wisdom of the world—then
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    • death and rising again. This event at first remained unnoticed anywhere
    • divine spiritual impulse, this divine spiritual impulse remains without
    • mankind had not come to the point of having done with these two main
    • remain still. And why? It is because by falling down, as the physicist
    • But Goethe clearly expresses that it is not possible to remain at the
    • fairy tale—and then try not just to remain on the surface but
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    • there has now remained what indeed we have just found left after the
    • streaming out of these cultures, what has remained as the womb out of
    • still remained in the womb of the centre, turned in such a way that
    • it may easily be mocked or scoffed at or not—what remained in
    • for these old outlooks will be unable to be maintained even by the European
    • of strength became dry. This is the reason wily so much remained unfinished:
    • further thought. What is most significant in Goetheanism does not remain
    • Church, this fundamentally always remained foreign to him because his
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    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • outer form has remained constant. Similarly with the animal,
    • divided. As long as this happens it is mainly the etheric
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    • derived from feeling, willing, from passion, the remainder is
    • the feeling remained in him, prompting him to find a
    • that singular results and their discoveries are hardly the main
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    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • recites to himself: “Don't remain stuck, on the contrary,
    • remain an abstract concept, that we attempt to bring in these
    • karmic ideas on a trial basis at least, because we can't remain
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    • Having ascended that, we then enter by the main door into the real Inner
    • especially when he finds himself opposite the main door, that an attempt
    • the stairs and through the main door, by which we enter the inner building.
    • The motive which we encounter in the main entrance is one if
    • of that which is the motive of the main portal. it is differently formed,
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    • terrace through the main entrance and step into the first Hall, turn
    • This is the main impression produced by our Building that it indicates
    • playing with ideas. And the main thing is that we deal with the clearest
    • of the great cupola of the main Building.
    • bring the cupolas together as they are brought together in the main
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    • my expression Faust-figure. The main thing is that in the whole composition
    • Child, this Figure of the 16th century, below Death, the remainder less
    • of equilibrium is maintained between that which the blood brings about
    • remain merely in our understanding. Much of the most important of that
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    • all that he has become spiritualised. Faust cannot remain
    • only the ruins of it remained. How often we experience today
    • in these ruins of an ancient wisdom one may find the remains
    • being must remain eternally hidden, for the veil can never be
    • experience it inwardly through his normal forces; it remains
    • spiritual deepening. For, to that force which remains
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    • wished to maintain that it is a very reprehensible doctrine,
    • remains in bed.
    • overcome time, that has remained behind in time. Many of the
    • dead who, in like manner, have remained so very much behind,
    • are akin. These souls remaining behind would fain be with
    • remained completely conscious; for had he not been conscious
    • but only dreaming, it would have remained a red mouse,
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    • remained apathetic — apathetic and hostile. one can
    • not remain cold with the coldness of the apathetic crowd. For
    • maintaining that homunculi could be produced, and he gave the
    • He remains unconscious of it all. Against that, the ego by
    • progress in such things. They remain children forever,
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    • consciousness over them, i.e., if they do not remain in the
    • clever in every domain, and only wishes to extend his
    • remain only in the North, my soul will have a form of vision
    • of Helena, in place of the real Helena who had remained
    • brought with him from thence his wife who had remained
    • Helena-problem remained remote and strange. The Christians of
    • of Troy, that part of Helena remained which belonged to the
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    • 747 years had to run their course before the main impulse
    • remained behind, they work into the inner impulses of human
    • represents, where it remains behind in the fifth epoch, one
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    • experience by always remaining in his old surroundings,
    • still remain. And among the beings associated with the
    • that Homunculus should be given a prospect of not remaining
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    • theories about dreams that maintain something like the
    • the people who maintain this just to consider how they manage
    • phenomena, all that has remained of a previous period of he
    • where the Moon has still remained from the old Moon
    • dear friends, there are good grounds for maintaining that
    • Mephistopheles remained in his northern home, that is to say
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    • remained white! This puzzled him. According to customary
    • ceases with life. And what remains in our soul and spirit
    • remain pure theologian or pure phiksopher, my dear friends,
    • test, however carefully they have been prepared. In the main,
    • evil. This is instead of humbly remaining, in face of the
    • remains in their subconscious. They wish for the best as a
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    • contrive out of his ordinary knowledge, he still remains a
    • still remained in historic memory among the Greeks. And in
    • and seventh. But man's spiritual gaze was mainly fixed on the
    • because spirit then remains a mere word. But if we say, not
    • other and remain strangers. In this passage, the relation of
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    • to run over again the main thoughts then under consideration.
    • the main points of what was said yesterday about all that is
    • knowledge there is always a remaining sting. Perhaps in some
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    • above his ability to know about them; and that it is mainly the
    • inside. But when we look inside and we remain within the
    • investigation. This initially maintains: If the dream shows us
    • remain in an inner life of soul; to remain strongly in a life
    • a vague mystic, one must remain conscious and exact. But if one
    • conglomerate of pain, then this consciousness no longer remains
    • anything, there something remains empty, and that which
    • life, there always remain gaps between the conscious
    • remain with that which in some way is closely connected with
    • strongly that this love remains with one even when one now
    • remains, which formerly has fashioned us as a human being, the
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    • From the side of learned theology it is often maintained that
    • the world in which the Egyptian initiates were mainly
    • we come to the third cultural epoch which we encounter mainly
    • kind of being is Osiris, mainly in his godly form? Consider
    • through the blood and people will remain healthy from one
    • has worked through it, be maintained. The strong
    • in mind in order to maintain coherence in the work your father
    • remains protected within the Being of man, while man's
    • remaining in harmony with the Divine.
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    • natural science, to reduce all discoveries in that domain of
    • impression made by this great advance in the domain of
    • what is extinct, of which only the last remains may now be
    • therefore investigate the remains of Leonardo da Vinci
    • maintain that man, when he goes to sleep “ceases to
    • remain stationary at the point of view he occupies to-day; that
    • Those who desire to remain within the boundary of the senses
    • branched off from the human tree. Not that they have remained
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    • mainly in Europe. The time I mean lies in the 14th or 15th
    • — when people began mainly to pay attention to the
    • the inner tortures which he was undergoing in remaining true to
    • of that Sphere, and remain behind. Having enlarged and
    • These, then, are the two streams, and they have remained
    • Otherwise humanity will remain weak and the reality of thought
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    • because nearly everything, in the domain of the public affairs of
    • remains. It has been superseded by great world-affairs as between the
    • remain intact. These are the constellations which in the instinctive
    • consciousness — is subject, in the main, to the forces working
    • limb-structures. The Sun itself stands in the middle and is mainly
    • led, were to remain, and if man were to wander on Earth knowing
    • into the domain of moral and social life too, for we believe that
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    • its realm is the ether-body. This ether-body only remains with us for
    • They do not remain. All purely utilitarian thoughts, all thoughts
    • earthly life which remains more unconscious. A very great deal depends
    • domains of earthly existence, by political life, by economic life.
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    • life or allow it to be developed by education. What we mainly acquire
    • times, religion, education, indeed every domain of mental and
    • This must be taken earnestly. The people who belonged, in the main, to
    • consciousness of the Divine has remained in the stream of civilisation
    • maintain their stand against what is brought over from the East, first
    • times but something remains as a heritage in the present-day Norwegian
    • souls. In taking my leave, I remain together with you, I do not really
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    • Most of these lectures remain untranslated.
    • again to Germany, to Leipzig. He thought of remaining there for a
    • supreme impulse, could illuminate the whole domain of knowledge for
    • really is to remain within the people, but yet is bound to yield to
    • Erlangen, Fichte passed the remainder of his life in this world at Berlin.
    • to deliver the remainder of his two-hour lecture just as he always
    • of lending valuable assistance to his brothers, who had remained
    • remain Rector for four months; for neither the students nor the
    • in occupation, he was unable to remain in the city. He did not
    • choose to remain in a city which was under the French yoke. He went
    • repeat once more, is not the main question. The main thing is that we
    • The main thing is that we should feel this as
    • nation's development, must remain something imperishable! We cannot
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    • which we will touch upon later. — And when the main days of the
    • remains of more ancient plays, indeed, merely the last ruins. But
    • a matter of course. But for an aesthetically sensitive eye it remains
    • at one time, cannot remain so in the same way for all times. Only an
    • Impulse will not remain something abstract or dogmatic. Rather this
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    • own ranks who are to be killed and those who are to remain behind,
    • and consider well this one thing. What dies and what remains alive in
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    • some domain it must be carried out, perhaps in the most
    • exercises we can enter the domain of dream life in such a way that we
    • will to enter because his reluctance remains hidden in his
    • remains unexplained how Arjuna came to it at all. Nowhere do we see
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    • the last remnants and echoes of that clairvoyance remained. If we are
    • remaining invisible.
    • of our description must remain meaningless for the physical world.
    • call the Christ, Who remained on earth altogether for three years.
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    • of which we remain unconscious. They are busy reconstructing the
    • without seriously injuring them. It remains true, however, that the
    • waken, for we remain motionless, we cannot move our limbs, we have no
    • remained, working on spiritually after death. This ancestor worship
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    • spend them until you have nothing left. In this domain of life there
    • yet awake, with the remaining forces in man even from birth onward.
    • sleep the physical and etheric bodies still remain permeated by the
    • thrown into the current of human evolution. It remained permeated
    • there was no difference) — Adam's brother-soul — remained
    • the soul that had remained behind in the old Lemurian age when men
    • being, the Luke Jesus child, and as the child grows up it remains
    • own accord, adding itself to the main body of this piece of knowledge
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    • So it has remained, in a certain sense, right up to our present age.
    • spreading abroad of facts that until now have remained secret from
    • remained secret not because they were deliberately kept so, but
    • had to remain secret. It is said that the secrets of the old
    • understood. They remain secrets. In this way much that will have to
    • enter the general development of mankind will remain occult knowledge
    • produced by the activity of a few, remains secret in regard to its
    • remained a secret. The people who came later did not know the real
    • in the widest circles has remained unknown as to its real nature,
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    • remain so not on the basis of logic but for fear of the spiritual.
    • main characteristic of this rising into Brahma, by which we have a
    • gift that shall impel thee to activity.” If it had all remained
    • the experience of remaining outside human evolution because the
    • see how the different streams in evolution all flow into the one main
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    • as he enters into the Mysteries. What then remains, over and above
    • what a man feels himself to be in ordinary life? Nothing remains.
    • heavy, dense physical bodies only the density remains, not the
    • or the fluid; of the air there remains only the tendency to expand in
    • himself. The only impression that remains is at the most that of
    • impression on him, nothing like that remains. Either he is something
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    • maintain consciousness when, as in sleep, the physical and etheric
    • There, events occur in two apparently quite separate domains. In one
    • domain the events are subject to the laws of nature; in the other they
    • be able to be a seer, while remaining as rational as anyone else in
    • feelings and perceptions remain with him, once he has become a seer;
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    • remain silent when he wants to learn from them about those mysteries
    • man!” And mute remains the Being with whom the aspirant knows
    • remains silent. The aspirant must first have stood for a while before
    • of soul-life, which remains united with man during the period between
    • united itself with the silent Isis. But the Goddess remained dumb! In
    • thou, thou remainest silent and speechless towards the tormented and
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    • belongs to the physical side of man, the part which remains behind in
    • etheric bodies remains lifeless. If nothing else were to happen, if
    • of his soul that had remained living, he spoke of the Castle of the
    • another domain, the domain wherein dwelt all the beings and. forces
    • become unconscious. This domain, into which were justly transferred
    • which also had remained) — the domain which was the most vicious
    • other forces which have remained there to this present time like an
    • of the organism that has died. The part that has remained alive can be
    • can be nurtured there, while the other part may remain exposed to the
    • If it were true, as the materialists maintain, that the brain does the
    • raging, and how they tear apart the domain of the Intellectual Soul.
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    • Through the Middle Ages and in our own time it has remained the same
    • remain aloof when everything is tumbling about our ears, to say
    • of his inner life. He must therefore be able to remain impassive in
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    • spiritual world — tends towards the domain of Art. Art, too, comes from
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    • enigmas. During sleep, man's etheric body remains with his physical
    • principles of form and inner structure remain the same under the
    • completely over to the ether-world and nothing remains from one
    • body remains. In each successive incarnation, therefore, the etheric
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    • planetary system. It would remain in the sphere of what can be and has
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    • Moon, this matter remained in a more fluid state but on Earth it
    • not their proper sphere. They are the poisonous remains of life in
    • has anything of the action of these Spirits of Fire remained in man?
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    • form given by Jehovah, he would have remained an impersonal
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    • be formed. If a person does not practice exercises he remains
    • fetters. Had John remained like them he would have continued
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    • person sleeps? The physical and etheric bodies remain in bed.
    • it pain or joy, but to maintain balance in the soul. This
    • This latter remains as though dead. This is what is meant
    • considered entirely worthless, and yet one remains inwardly
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    • Take heed of what you have seen today!” A secret attraction remained
    • the nature of the etheric body by direct vision must be able to maintain
    • similarity remains because he has worked consciously on the etheric body,
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    • world the astral world remains fully present; we hear the devachanic,
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    • bodies remain on the bed, united as in the daytime. The astral body
    • body and Ego. These three bodies rise away and for a time remain united.
    • appropriate senses. If we can clearly envisage what will remain when
    • How long does a man remain
    • one part has remained as it was, with its animal impulses; the other
    • lower astral body remains behind; with more highly developed people
    • him, for he will have worked greatly on himself. The remaining part
    • remained imperfect in his former life.
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    • harvest of the last life remains like a concentrated essence of forces
    • causal. Once this causal body has made its appearance, it remains, though
    • discarded and nothing remains with the man except what he has acquired as
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    • no matter whom. If a Theosophist maintains that he cannot understand
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    • in the etheric body, and so there are four main types of etheric body.
    • the German and other peoples were progressing, the Mongols had remained
    • materialistic habits of thought were to remain unchecked, people
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    • experience remained with him in Kamaloka and Devachan. Into his next
    • have loved others, you will remain young and hale. In this way you can
    • body remains, and is then still-born. A still-birth may thus be the
    • He takes with him a portion of the pain, and a definite force remains
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    • been maintained by the common divine atmosphere, could now see their
    • it; they had to remain as they were. They had not progressed as far
    • the main groups passed through Ireland and Europe to Asia; everywhere
    • numbers of people remained behind. The Leader was a high Initiate in
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    • but must say to himself: “I need this to maintain my body or to
    • fall asleep, as would then normally happen; you must remain conscious.
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    • the activity of thought remains. And thus he comes to rest in the
    • When white magic triumphs, no evil remains on Earth. Human evolution
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    • physician remaining physician and priest remaining priest, and the
    • nothing of a medical nature. In the main it contains, first, the
    • the person into the therapeutic process. You do not remain in the
    • and other ordinary processes remain in the physical sphere, and the
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • professional domain.
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    • even form quite lively thoughts. For thoughts depend, in the main,
    • develop still further. The physical body can remain comparatively
    • for her, which indeed also remained to a certain degree pathological.
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    • extraordinarily interesting, for actually the pain remains exactly
    • into movement. But this spot always remains still. It has a name: the
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    • what remains behind. At the seventh year it is only the adult teeth
    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • form; features of it definitely remain beyond the change of teeth.
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • the teeth, in the first life period. This now remains in the
    • physical-material substance. What remains frees the etheric body
    • remain, for it remains active in us — into the moon sphere. And
    • first life period, but even so a great deal. Again forces remain
    • Now there is always more physical substance remaining behind; it
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • moon. In this second period the sun forces remain and the moon forces
    • relation remains the same everywhere, subject always to those
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • more. For as you have seen, the pathological condition remains with
    • should actually be maintaining their independence. They develop the
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    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
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    • remains behind of inner activity from exhalation becomes the sum of
    • behind it there is much that remains unknown to us. Karma is active
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    • one remains in the etheric body. In this condition it is possible to
    • first, thinking remains the same, except that one can think more than
    • held back? It can remain in humans if the sun forces are brought in
    • deeply enough from another side. Then the form remains in the human
    • is obliged to remain in it during earth-life. And this causes in the
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    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • remain totally passive. That is the peculiar characteristic of our
    • maintain our rhythm of breathing through an entire day of twenty-four
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
    • continually active in our organism that it maintains a balance
    • maintains the balance between the one and the other. Warmth-cold,
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    • this course be mainly for real theologians and real physicians,
    • physician remaining physician and priest remaining priest, and the
    • nothing of a medical nature. In the main it contains, first, the
    • the person into the therapeutic process. You do not remain in the
    • and other ordinary processes remain in the physical sphere, and the
    • at first this may remain unknown to the ordinary consciousness. You
    • professional domain.
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    • even form quite lively thoughts. For thoughts depend, in the main,
    • develop still further. The physical body can remain comparatively
    • for her, which indeed also remained to a certain degree pathological.
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    • extraordinarily interesting, for actually the pain remains exactly
    • into movement. But this spot always remains still. It has a name: the
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    • what remains behind. At the seventh year it is only the adult teeth
    • that remain. After each subsequent period there remain also certain
    • form; features of it definitely remain beyond the change of teeth.
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • the teeth, in the first life period. This now remains in the
    • physical-material substance. What remains frees the etheric body
    • remain, for it remains active in us — into the moon sphere. And
    • first life period, but even so a great deal. Again forces remain
    • Now there is always more physical substance remaining behind; it
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • moon. In this second period the sun forces remain and the moon forces
    • relation remains the same everywhere, subject always to those
    • connected to a pair of scales: the scales remain unchanged. And so it
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    • more. For as you have seen, the pathological condition remains with
    • should actually be maintaining their independence. They develop the
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    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • certain ideas can be expressed in this abstract way, but they remain
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    • remains behind of inner activity from exhalation becomes the sum of
    • behind it there is much that remains unknown to us. Karma is active
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    • one remains in the etheric body. In this condition it is possible to
    • first, thinking remains the same, except that one can think more than
    • held back? It can remain in humans if the sun forces are brought in
    • deeply enough from another side. Then the form remains in the human
    • is obliged to remain in it during earth-life. And this causes in the
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    • theologians, for then perhaps the secret will remain among those to
    • domain of the priests. Priests may no longer merely continue
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    • remain totally passive. That is the peculiar characteristic of our
    • maintain our rhythm of breathing through an entire day of twenty-four
    • maintain a normal warmth — or a normal coldness, if you will
    • continually active in our organism that it maintains a balance
    • maintains the balance between the one and the other. Warmth-cold,
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    • which does indeed underlie and maintain the ordinary sense-world of
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    • on the Sun. They remained dark, had nothing sunlike about them; for
    • the sun remained united with it, had now withdrawn; and a dark fabric
    • by calling them finer substances. The main thing is to recognise them
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    • of creation we are in the domain of clairvoyant perception. What had
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    • after the Elohim had unfolded the main creative activity they made
    • the main lines, so to say, after they had exercised their great
    • which they themselves had laid down the main lines. In this way
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    • of evolution certain Beings remain behind. Only a certain number of
    • behind. During the Sun evolution they still remained at the Saturn
    • this darkness was the mark of the Beings remaining at the Saturn
    • advanced Beings, light, and the manifestation of the Beings remaining
    • Something new is continually arising, but the old remains actual
    • that the main lines, the main features, of evolution were laid down
    • think out the two complexes from what has remained over from the
    • of cosmic wisdom, and that whenever Beings remain behind at a
    • significance for the whole for Beings to remain behind, just as it
    • functions for which Beings are needed who remain at an earlier stage.
    • remained behind — we could equally well say those who have
    • maintained at least for a time, even into the later period, when on
    • maintained through Saturn Beings remaining behind to care for it.
    • Elohim planned the main lines of existence; they deputed the advanced
    • who in resignation had remained in darkness at the Saturn stage, in
    • nature associated with the Sun, naturally remained united with the
    • the Sun, these Beings remained, not with the separating Earth-Moon,
    • would inevitably remain incomprehensible, because of the
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    • deception, cannot remain hidden from anyone who has familiarised
    • a specific stage. Although they performed their main task on Saturn,
    • rose emerges again. Even if the rose no longer remained by him, the
    • senses actually show, we remain on solid ground. If one wants to
    • as much as to say that they have not remained simply a group but have
    • main and subordinate clauses should fit so beautifully together that
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    • arose were in the main quite different from the objects of our
    • the organs of vision. During the Moon period, the main task of the
    • period light works essentially on the plants, maintains plant
    • that we have to look mainly for the elements up as far as warmth.
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    • take place. Man still remains a supersensible etheric being. But a
    • water; man had still to remain in etheric existence, and it was in
    • lived in Paradise he remained a being of warmth and air. At that time
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    • corroborated the findings of clairvoyant investigation. There remain
    • at some time, for had the two cosmic bodies remained united, as in
    • those Beings remained united with it, their forces would have worked
    • remained for a time with the earth. It was only very exalted Beings
    • astrally. While, so long as the sun remained with the earth,
    • thrive less and less by maintaining his connection with it. This is
    • into its periphery so long as the moon remained with it. So it came
    • very small number of the strongest soul-spirits remained in union
    • have been too spiritual had it remained united with the sun, they
    • would have become too coarse had it remained with the moon. Hence the
    • on using earthly matter, and to remain with the earth. I have even
    • etheric bodies during sleep remain in the bed. When we are concerned
    • strongest, the toughest, had remained behind were developing. And
    • the physical descendants of those who had remained with the earth
    • etheric body derives from those who remained on earth. The
    • periphery. But not all of them went. A part of the Elohim remained
    • remained united with the earth is in a certain way connected with all
    • beneficial. Why was it that they had nevertheless to remain along
    • Jahve-Elohim. Part of the Elohim forces remained united with the moon
    • earthly incarnation. If man had remained tied to an earth which had
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    • still remained above in the great reservoir of the spirit did not
    • commentators have maintained — which is nevertheless the truth.
    • were at that time more etheric, more spiritual. They remained at a
    • body, otherwise it would have remained at the animal stage. The human
    • in the womb of that spirituality in which man too originated remained
    • our spirits remain united, and we try to work together to translate
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    • creed, maintained that this contained the true knowledge of the God of
    • determined in pre-Christian times, could remain, but that man himself
    • — and even then a remained the custom to relate the divine and
    • These are the domains where untruthfulness is rampant, deep down in
    • the grave and covers it. The grave will remain covered until men again
    • Therefore Easter to-day remains a festival of warning instead of
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    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • thought has remained, but it is associated always with the thought of
    • — even within man — remains unaffected by the physical and
    • Cross we must behold the Victor Who remains unaffected by birth as
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    • first four centuries of Christendom thanks to the remaining vestiges
    • that there remains here some possibility of independent
    • material, but just because of this, the spiritual remains separate
    • centuries following there remained only an elementary kind of
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    • decay but remained intact. Only the Initiates know of this secret and
    • legends as profound as this one. We must remain in reverent awe at a
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    • consciousness, and his body remained immune from decay, hidden from
    • appear? Will the uncorrupted remains of Kashiapa then be transported
    • remains of Kashiapa are to be received.
    • the remains of Kashiapa will be received.
    •     “able to bear his remains into the divine-spiritual heights.”
    • because Augustine remained dependent upon his own ego and his own
    • proceeded — from one who had remained unconvinced by narrations
    • remained from the historical Christ and His sheaths.
    • further as a result of the Christ-indwelling, remained present, and
    • And now — how can the uncorrupted remains of Kashiapa be
    • Maitreya Buddha will appear, touch these remains with his right hand,
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    • Christ which rose from the grave of Golgotha have remained with the
    • of the earth and since that time has remained so. In our day, however,
    • incarnation ends at death, these men in their essential being remain
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    • coffins. Thus it was with a feeling for mortal remains of this kind
    • forces remaining to me after death, to prove helpful to these
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    • goes as a main thread through all our considerations: the thought of
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    • essential remains. Concerning those who to-day advocate the external
    • gives the starting point for the maintenance of the Ego through the
    • Ego remains. But there now appears, and you can gather for yourselves,
    • but a short time in Kamaloka. But he remains very, very near the world
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    • As soul-beings, we have all gone through it, and it remains in our
    • etheric body. It all remains there as preserved thoughts, and when we
    • In short, that energy, that force, which is then cut off, remains in
    • have been able for a long time to develop the faculty of maintaining
    • On entering the domain of spiritual life it is necessary that besides
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    • In every domain Spiritual Science has to show us the connection
    • world and passes through the gates of death, at first there remains to
    • him remains fundamentally as already fixed. But a radical change
    • active in so doing: but it may remain more passive in reference to a
    • souls who still remain here. For we must bear well in mind that our
    • body, of which we remain unconscious, as regards our ordinary
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    • consciousness. This remains unknown to ordinary human life. Much takes
    • supported there by the activity of the physical body remains in us as
    • remained so. It barely sufficed to conceal from his colleagues the
    • not have revealed themselves to him; and all this would have remained
    • thinking has taken place although it remains subconscious, and then it
    • in order to maintain man. Man here is the goal of certain spiritual
    • of his physical body, then there also you have something remaining
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    • fact remains that those concepts and ideas which are created in our
    • doctors. This could be exemplified in all domains. Our epoch is not
    • conclusion they remain satisfied. They would find themselves refuted
    • maintains that: ‘the immeasurable Cosmos pours down to us, and we
    • it has to give must naturally always remain incomprehensible to those
    • souls, maintained their Divine Service. Above, the civilisation and
    • imperceptibly it all became fainter and nothing remained in the sky
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    • main sections of the vertebrate and the invertebrate animals. In the
    • out in the world when the spinal cord was formed, and has remained at
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    • remaining part of the etheric body is dissolved in the cosmic ether.
    • transformed his etheric body so that it remains intact after death and
    • and works harmful instincts into him, these also remain with him after
    • make it my aim to balance my still remaining karma. It can happen that
    • inner activity he cannot remain long enough in Devachan. If someone
    • remain present, the short Devachan is soon over, and when he returns,
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    • first the Earth became covered with a layer of peat, the remains of
    • future only three organs will remain; the heart as Buddhi-organ, the
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    • arithmetical in our speech remains in the Akashic Record. When he
    • plane (Buddhi-Manas). The Fifth Sub-Race has mainly the task of
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    • Here, in this domain, we have the creative wisdom which manifests
    • remained behind on the way. The warm-blooded animals are unsuccessful
    • Even for such a one there always remain things to
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    • parts, however, from which the higher has been withdrawn do not remain
    • had remained hidden, actually make their appearance. Frequently the
    • text ...] Now the remaining material could be condensed to form the
    • speech. What man speaks remains in the Akashic Record. It is the
    • remain, will be given form through the will, which then lives within
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    • was to remain unknown. Christ therefore expressly forbade any teaching
    • had to remain silent throughout one
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    • he will create actual beings which remain; when through the word he
    • are inscribed into the Akasha. There they remain, even though the
    • founded the Rosicrucian Order. Spiritual life remained in the Mystery
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    • the space of the physical body remains filled with the etheric body.
    • the Astral Light, but the impulse which drove him to it has remained
    • physical plane remain in the Astral Light. One must accustom oneself
    • initiates and these have remained in the Astral Light. But it is so
    • remain at a still higher level, no longer in the Ether, but in the
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    • soul remains on the Arupa Plane depends upon how much the human being
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    • can neither live, think nor feel. There then remains a very wisely
    • earlier stage whereas the crab has remained stationary. It is an
    • blood. The heart of the fish has remained stationary at a halfway
    • says in the legend that Buddha remained seated under the Bodhi tree
    • again dissolved into general circulation. But there remains from the
    • is crystallised. This small part of the etheric body remains present
    • in the case of everyone. In the same way there remains from the astral
    • completed when after death the entire etheric body remains intact. The
    • can only remain in Devachan for quite a short time. The part of the
    • them. The desire remains but the organs are lacking. In Kamaloka he
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    • lives. In Devachan this remains his own. All that man has done in the
    • remains in the same connection with the one still on earth and is
    • Thus one educates oneself for Devachan. The souls of the dead remain
    • A being can however become entangled in what should actually remain
    • behind as slag. Something must remain behind from the Earth that is
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    • The inner life remained in the background, in the occult schools. In
    • known as the main teachings of Theosophy. The occult brotherhoods gave
    • remained in the background. In the case of the ‘Theologia deutsch’
    • will, in their effects, remain connected with the inmost part of the
    • soul. As a rule however all these works in the outer world remain
    • domains the mediaeval esotericist saw the means for the further
    • Up to this point we have remained very intimately within the human
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    • Everything that he accomplished in the way of deeds remains present as
    • remains as his individual Karma, but as something else essentially
    • Thus our life creates around us remains — personal,
    • rudimentary remains, brought about by the deeds of our hands and
    • general human rudimentary remains brought about by words. These
    • remains of us, which will inhabit a future planet, will this humanity
    • What then remains is the experience of Nirvana.
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    • by our actions; it remains, is there, cannot again be got rid of,
    • we are speaking remain behind, formative forces which create new
    • dying. After his death something of him nevertheless remains here in
    • What a man gives out into the world remains as the five Skandhas in
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    • the animal remains at the lower stage.
    • with him. The remainder falls away, for over this he can exert no
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    • beings remain.
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    • not move far away from the physical and etheric bodies which remain
    • Now when the physical and etheric bodies remain on the physical plane
    • remains on the physical plane. If, in the vicinity of a sleeping
    • itself out of the astral body. Then a sort of shell remains behind,
    • ready for devachan, that parts of his already developed Manas remain
    • part of Manas remains united with the shell, and then this shell has
    • seal we take with us. What remains behind however in astral space we
    • come to satisfactory terms, remain behind in the shell. Now if a
    • asleep, the etheric body remains connected with the physical body. All
    • In the main, he directs his attention outwards and absorbs the
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    • like a monogram into a seal and there remain. The substance of the
    • actions remain inscribed there.
    • The Chela can remain on the astral plane; he is able to renounce
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    • thrown off however remained as separated astral forms, beings with a
    • The intervening spaces between the centres are filled with the main
    • form arises which survives, remains living. In the physical and
    • the Monad remains. It retains the results of its deeds. The question
    • remains of him, that is his Karma. This is the eternal which man has
    • To begin with we develop around us a domain of Wisdom through
    • ourselves fostering Wisdom. Then we develop a domain of Beauty in all
    • ennobles his etheric body (so that it remains in existence), gradually
    • renounces the Maharajas. The Master, whose physical body also remains
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    • remained at this stage, its roots are in the earth and it stretches
    • Snake was added. This gave man new life and the power to remain with
    • longer he remains in Devachan the more of this can he develop. He must
    • Jehovah to be victorious on the Earth, the Earth would remain behind
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    • body alone would remain behind; a dull consciousness. In the case of
    • an object, the sound, the taste, nothing remains. It is due to the
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    • the three remained together. There then arose a kind of biscuit form.
    • time the main body actually trailed around with it two such sacks.
    • raised to the stage of Devachan, he will remain in the animal state.
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    • sins against the child take their revenge. These sins remain
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    • existed a Sun nourishment. Just as milk has remained over from the
    • Moon, products have also remained over which gained their maturity
    • kingdom, that remains over from the past.
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    • external tradition, only fragments remain. The Vedas and the Bhagavad
    • an abstract remainder of the original teaching of the Indians, which
    • came to expression in so magnificent a way, but which here remained at
    • in Europe this remained at a somewhat primitive level.
    • that which remained here in Europe in a more primitive form as the
    • into his service. What developed as Persian religion was mainly built
    • however groups always remained behind which fell away from what
    • pit, where he remained for three days. This indicates an initiation.
    • Now here in the North, everything that has remained from earlier times
    • find Buddhism most widespread with what has remained over from the
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    • lie the four main groups of human temperaments: phlegmatic, sanguine,
    • that the child's belief in his teacher's ability remains unshaken. The
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    • form, it remains inwardly alive in the animal. And we speak of this
    • what respect have I remained behind the animal?” Then he would
    • find that he has remained behind the animal in respect of many
    • his descendants faculties which still remain to be developed. That is
    • faculties which remain capable of development after the time
    • does not belong to heredity, in faculties that remain capable of
    • what remains to it for its outer life is significant for the animal
    • maintain that human pain can be more intense than pain felt by the
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    • determined from without should remain indeterminate. With this we
    • remain in the state of helplessness in which he was born. Thus we see
    • animal it is imprinted into him by the spirit. Thus there remain open
    • development remain open to man as regards the inter-working of the
    • development remain open where perception of the inner nature of
    • the ego; you would then have something which remains free for man,
    • maintain the difference between man and animal founded their claims
    • for human evolution he would still remain a mighty genius. Said
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    • called “trance” by those who persist in maintaining a
    • spiritual Beings, with cosmic Beings. He must not remain a hermit in
    • repeat certain prayers from ancient times. And if anyone maintains
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    • cosmic spirit-and-soul. But this would be what has remained over from
    • element of spirit-and-soul would have remained and that would be
    • these domains of knowledge in the ancient sciences.
    • remains to be learnt — that is why there is this aversion to
    • possible without knowledge of the universe, above all in the domain
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    • not to flow away in the light but to maintain himself as an
    • maintain its own independent footing in face of the light. In its
    • existence; it will then remain throughout man's earthly and cosmic
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    • slaty kinds of soil. I will confine myself, first, to these two main
    • exists as the remains of a whole human body, but it could never
    • a more complicated description, but on the whole it remains
    • lime in excess, he would forfeit his cleverness; it would not remain
    • makes us always remain with ourselves. Carbon, in a sense, is our
    • him, as it were, to remain always open to cosmic influences. This
    • The plants, which must always maintain a relationship to the cosmic
    • stream out; then, the remaining part, in the course of further
    • the question might arise: Then what exactly is the main importance of
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    • with quite a small circle of which only a few have remained faithful
    • man to have his feet firmly on the ground, maintain that any historian
    • and this year Steglich of Copenhagen, as well. And many must remain
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    • remains in the soul that might give preference to any one religion. We
    • to maintain that a scale should be suspended from two or more points,
    • it would be equally impossible for any genuine occultist to maintain
    • is done in initiation. He always remained within it. All that He
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    • poisonous. We maintain that it is part of sound thinking in the life
    • our desires represented something objective in which we could remain
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    • world in which we have to maintain ourselves. We are men through our
    • must remain behind and be discarded for the simple reason that it is
    • life of my senses, what at long last, actually remains of me? Is there
    • to the question, “What remains of the experiences of my soul when
    • observes the good advice offered him, can remain externally the same
    • Then, if you maintain the same power, you will probably see the two
    • leaving you alone, and you remain in your loneliness. At a certain
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    • that this is mainly the world of the hierarchies, and we have often
    • it is subject to it, it remains temporal.”
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    • of the remaining worlds can always be perceived as a kind of
    • get rid of it, it still remains engrained in the souls of present-day
    • good? One can only say that if a man maintains that Lucifer is evil,
    • Ahriman should remain as invisible as possible in the physical world.
    • remains in us to carry out of the sensory world into the
    • super-sensible worlds are riot maintained by striving for a knowledge
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    • deal to remain in respect of the bond with the external world that
    • crossed by the spiritual seer, all that still remains of certain
    • for the future; what is here will remain. I can see proof of this in
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    • remain quite dull simply because we have not educated our feeling to
    • remains unnoticed — it would be better to use the word obscure
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    • temptation to become a permanent spiritual being and to remain in
    • temptation comes to remain in the spiritual world, to enter into the
    • remain in the Spirit; thou canst carry over into the spiritual light
    • remain in the spiritual world is veiled. And this veiling is
    • imperfections and remain in the spiritual world. The Gods of
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    • which lives in Feeling and Will, but remains unborn is Karma in
    • process of development. That which remains unborn in our Feelings
    • lives in the Astral body; that which remains unborn in our Will lives
    • would prefer not to remain on earth if he saw it directly.
    • about something that remains unborn; all this we can only use after
    • rest remains outside our consciousness. What does it really mean when
    • we say that the rest remains outside our consciousness? It is really
    • is really expressed. The other remains hidden from us. Why does a
    • whole world remain hidden from us in feeling and in will? It is
    • because if that which remains hidden from us were to be seen from the
    • in will, and remains unborn, is karma in process of development,
    • our planetary system. But it is precisely that which remains hidden
    • has remained unborn in our feeling and will.
    • you four things connected with the human soul. That which remains
    • unborn in our feeling lives in the astral body. That which remains
    • that part of feeling and will which is born, and that which remains
    • now remains entirely hidden in the Ego and astral body. The Spiritual
    • about it, a part of this outer world remains hidden from us, and this
    • wherewith to develop that which has remained unborn in his feeling
    • ourselves; and when we feel and will, something remains unborn in us.
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    • but it will not permit itself to be diminished by him, it remains as
    • experience in the domain of dreams and we have the remains of it in a
    • cause at all. The cause remains the same in its own nature whether it
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    • gives the power to maintain the remembrance of the Ego. The Christ
    • more before our souls in this memory-tableau. We can maintain this
    • remained awake in life under abnormal conditions, it depends upon the
    • such a way as if it would not remain as it appeared during the
    • behind by it. We have the consciousness that we have remained at an
    • to remain undeveloped during our life on the physical plane, because
    • is from our earthly life. The main thing is that after physical birth
    • will. All the possibilities of feeling and will that yet remain in
    • that; but now there remains only the echo of it within thee. One
    • remain alone and create and create. What thou createst is the world
    • Christ having entered into the earth aura, remains connected with
    • which after death gives us the power to maintain the remembrance of
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    • light, for it remains a force in their souls for the next
    • man would have used these forces, which remain within him as a
    • age, there remains to him a surplus of force and when the Midnight
    • remains a force in their souls for their next incarnation. Thus the
    • this ‘I’ has to remain to thee as a memory. That man is
    • into the earth's aura the power by which we can maintain our
    • that remains with us, strengthens the impulse of the Spirit.
    • intellect that is connected with the brain, man would always remain
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    • Spiritual Science this should certainly remain no mere idea, no mere
    • deal in his own being remains hidden from him. And this applies not
    • that was formerly revealed through atavistic clairvoyance now remains
    • for knowledge only within himself. It remains hidden from the cradle
    • yet much remains hidden — and precisely in the realm where we
    • childhood, or in maturity, or in old age, if we remain shut up in
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    • something which remains with us when we enter the super-sensible
    • remain far from the Christ. How, then, do we come to the Christ?
    • enacted on earth because mankind would not have been able to maintain
    • remain egotistically bound up with our own thoughts, but only if we
    • with the Jahve aspect. And that is just what must not remain
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    • the crystal remained unchanged. Here on earth we know where we are in
    • for the antipathies which remain over from the super-sensible world.
    • life above all. The remaining antipathies are surging in the depths
    • just as spiritual-cultural life is a kind of remedy for the remains
    • remain convinced that humanity will find a way out of the tragic
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    • I then said in introduction that I should mainly confine myself to
    • this domain.
    • Nature and the World. Goethe therefore remains amid the sequence of
    • Science, though Mathematics be ever so idolized even for this domain
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    • whatever goes beyond the phoronomical domain must always be beyond
    • — you will not even reach the mechanical domain.
    • explaining applies however only to our brain. The remaining portions
    • intelligence is to some extent permeated by Will. In the main
    • the phoronomical domain, we are amid the beloved abstractions of our
    • really there between the phoronomical and the material domains.
    • following. We will remain purely within the given facts. Kindly
    • give a grey but remaining mutually independent in their activity.
    • Only at the one pole they remain active in such a way that the
    • light, it remains there and independent, it is true, but the light
    • apparatus in the same way, but remains comparatively independent.
    • they remain relatively independent in spite of being there in the
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    • the main idea of the present course is for me to tell you some of the
    • be a space — all this is remaining purely within the given
    • thinking in this domain. To illustrate the point more vividly, we
    • mean measured. I now only refer to the main principle. To what can
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    • the light is mainly diverted upward, the dimming that arises, raying
    • smaller ones fly farther up, the larger ones remain farther down. The
    • understanding, remaining amid the phenomena themselves — and on
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    • remaining time — we shall now have to consider the relation of
    • another body appears blue. It swallows the remaining colours and
    • cause a body to remain coloured still for a certain time after
    • light remains invisible to us; we swim in it. Here it is as with
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    • those phenomena which we still want to consider. In our remaining
    • emerge from these for our main theme — the phenomena of
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    • experiment that the green really is objective. It remains green,
    • their own domain. Very obediently the psychologists restrict their
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    • domain. They also became attentive to the so-called phenomena of
    • main things we now have to discover is what happens when we
    • realities, — they always are. And of course this remains so
    • investigated in a very wide domain. The last phenomenon of this
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    • electricity”, thus opening up to modern Physics a domain
    • remind you of the main principles. Galvani observed the leg of a
    • revolution has here been going on, far greater in its domain than
    • shooting force, tending to remain behind, makes itself felt as
    • in what may be described as the electrical domain. Moreover, all of
    • remains elsewhere unnoticed. Namely, wherever Will is working
    • fain impress upon your minds. After all, my main purpose in these
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    • ß, over here; again it remains the same.
    • remain utterly unconscious of the origin of the geometry you use.
    • what meets us outwardly in this domain that is somehow separated
    • domain, my dear Friends. In the first place there is no wave or
    • will have to alter! So may the Waldorf School be and remain a place
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    • has also surrendered his consciousness to this world. What remains
    • what is spread around him in a vast domain of space in which he
    • which remained lying in bed through the night, he would not, on
    • the astral body must dive down into the sheaths of man which remain
    • we descend into the sheaths which have remained lying in bed.
    • members of our being which have remained lying in the bed, we can
    • confront outer pictures, but we should remain inwardly empty, cold and
    • Macrocosm, while the astral body has remained in the Microcosm. In
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    • during sleep, remains behind in the physical world. The fact that the
    • remain lying in bed, but they affect man as a being of soul when his
    • three domains, the first being mainly subject to the first influence,
    • us remain cold and impassive but fills us with certain feelings. So
    • different domain but which for certain reasons can be studied in
    • Tiny drops separate off and rotate around a larger drop which remains
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    • happenings in our own daily and nightly experiences. The main purpose
    • described but mainly in how things are presented. From this you
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    • knowledge which he has not allowed to remain mere theory but which had
    • people think today that they would prefer to let life remain just as
    • conditions had remained as they were originally. Until their present
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    • are content to remain with abstractions, we must also listen from time
    • Again the reason for this is that on waking a feeling has remained
    • remain — namely, those members of his being which every night
    • But then the main part of the etheric body passes away from him like a
    • etheric body remains. All these data are the result of spiritual
    • impossible to make real progress as long as there remains any shred of
    • It only remains to be said that certain later mystics strove to find
    • enabling him to maintain intact the character and constitution of his
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    • We have heard that the difficulties are mainly due to the fact that on
    • reason for this will be evident when it is remembered that the main
    • If, then, a man endowed with an Ego-force artificially maintained in
    • If he were able to maintain his consciousness — as the trained
    • world had remained forever filled with darkness, we should have had no
    • Consciousness. This Imaginative Consciousness remains mere phantasy
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    • remain sane and reasonable beings in the physical world as long as we
    • the self. Otherwise we remain permanently enclosed within ourselves.
    • over and over again that nobody who has had experience in this domain
    • self-knowledge, but it would remain a sterile achievement unless it
    • experience, let us say as a Spirit of Wisdom, does not always remain
    • remain in the World of Spirit they reveal themselves as Seraphim or
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    • thinking and remain in their immature emotional life, then they can
    • never reach the higher worlds; all their experiences will remain on a
    • medicine, or anything else; its use in those domains is apparent
    • with the heart. Then there remains with him a certain habit of
    • justification, but in a certain domain only. Spiritual thinking must
    • domain he is making the same mistake as the man who believes in the
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    • attained, it is actually a reading of events that have remained. This
    • parts of the brain remain stationary, so the brain is in very truth a
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    • grappled with in this domain, it is often necessary to tread a long
    • does not try to convince by his expositions, but he maintains that
    • is the body that remains visible on the physical plane, together with
    • fighter, which from birth until death maintains the human body intact
    • The external part of man which remains in the physical world during
    • There things are different. Man can maintain the connection between
    • summer has withdrawn under the Earth's surface. It remains active
    • the Sun has withdrawn, its effects remain. The coal for our stoves is
    • very wide domains. The spiritual investigator, however, does not need
    • but this organism, this bodily constitution, is unceasingly maintained
    • caution must be used in this domain. At the present time, when there
    • and of will. We can reflect about the things of the world and remain
    • knowledge of the spirit and remains indifferent in his feeling and
    • into the soul. And when through what would otherwise remain
    • generated that it would remain until our next meeting. May its glow
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    • countless other questions which are connected to these two main
    • It is here that the main obstacles lie for most people in
    • these two main aims, for which there are two main functions.
    • psychologists maintain is impossible. I have already pointed
    • not be thought that it is like maintaining that natural science
    • could maintain that the lung itself creates the air, that the
    • see it in its entirety, for nothing of the tree may remain
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    • people who want their work to remain on a scientific basis but
    • approaches spiritual life, which is supposed to remain
    • life rests on something spiritual and unconscious. He maintains
    • of the soul certain forces that slumber in it which remain
    • remains an enigma in human existence: our world of
    • task to bring to consciousness what otherwise remains
    • characteristic of our dreams is that we really remain in
    • environment through our senses, but remain in an isolation
    • impression that comes from the body. Thus we maintain the same
    • perceive there, his consciousness remains dull and
    • that what remains unconscious in a normal organism rises
    • world as what always remains unconscious in sleep or at the
    • the process remains unconscious. —
    • the feelings are not taken in and the image alone remains. We
    • few aspects of the world which remains unconscious to our
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    • remains, albeit decadent remains, of an ancient wisdom of
    • through these exercises, in fact we remain sensible and able
    • — and how this normally remains
    • Goetheanum remains a torso and humanity says: We do not want to
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    • domain of Spiritual Science to quicken within him so that it can be
    • remain unattainable. If the Being we call Ahriman did not work in
    • able to use the organ for remembering past lives and remain
    • it does not descend into the physical but remains in the soul only,
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    • others remained in Basle and set up an anti-pope.
    • Cusanus remained
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    • We must be able to picture this contrast, which remained acute until
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    • system” because it is centered mainly in the head, but it
    • direction in order to remain upright. I am also aware that in walking
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    • leaving space devoid of Spirit and God. But enough feeling remained
    • them back to life; they remain no more than dead replicas.
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    • “things in themselves,” which themselves remain utterly
    • continuistically, they are thinking mainly of life. In one in which
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    • waking state, but still remains inwardly independent. If one senses
    • man does, since its main axis is horizontal, which is what man can
    • jaw, whereas it remains separate in the animal. Goethe did all this
    • this opposition has remained to this day. This is why Goethe really
    • science had produced in its various domains. He studied it, he let it
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    • that in all domains of science something is missing that is also
    • Galileo's main aim was to determine the distance traveled in the first second
    • second, and a body is called inert if the velocity remains
    • experienced? It could be experienced by remaining on one and the same
    • movement but maintain their speed. By attempting to eject from the
    • to these matters, as was done in physics, remained basically
    • respect, it has remained this way in chemistry to this day, because
    • and concentrate on measuring externals (thus remaining stuck in the
    • nowhere in the domain of human observation. A moving object is always
    • regardless of whether the object moves or remains stationary, while
    • remain with those ideas that have been completely separated from the
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    • tried to show how various domains of scientific thought originated in
    • physiological methods. They were based mainly on inward experiences.
    • processes. The main point was: it was experienced physics,
    • to experience only so much of nature as remained in his concepts. In
    • people were justified in scoffing at it, because what still remained
    • In the Seventeenth Century, a theory arose that remains quite
    • this is misleading. It is only one tenth of man. The remainder ought
    • became a mechanical apparatus and has remained so to this day for the
    • whatsoever remained of this ether body; all conception of it had
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    • course of evolution. This was one of the main themes of these
    • dies, life goes out of him, the dead organism remains. When I begin
    • rhythmic organization, mainly that of breathing. We must look at our
    • particularly in the domain of science. Natural science has grown
    • that can lead us to the much-needed progress in the several domains
    • properly nurtured. This is also the main point of our medical
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    • the time of ancient Greeks. It had to be so, but it cannot remain so
    • of brightness, and that the colors as such remained entirely
    • into our calculations. Even when we remain in the inorganic, there are
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    • facts in mind, that is, we must remain in the field where the
    • fluid.) Such factual matters should be kept in mind and we must remain
    • to remain in the realm of the demonstrable, put certain fundamental
    • for example, the air, remained in its behavior under the unifying
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    • rising. It remains stationary until the entire body has become fluid,
    • remained there until the substance had melted.) Now the thermometer
    • rises rapidly, since the melting is complete, although it remained
    • (dotted line.) It rises as long as the body remains fluid. We can then
    • There I find a second place where the thermometer remains stationary.
    • (Note: the thermometer remained at 100° C. in a vessel of boiling
    • maintain. If I place a solid here before you it remains as it is. If
    • reach these points you can remain in the line. If, for instance, you
    • desire to reach the points a, b, c, d, I can do so and remain
    • point e or the point f. You cannot remain in the line if you wish
    • you may remain always in the surface of the blackboard. If you are at
    • wish to remain in the surface of the board, reach this point which is
    • anything if I remain in our three-dimensional space. The mathematical
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    • problem of doing so and remaining within the three dimensional space.
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    • thinking takes me. But in that case I must remain within what can be
    • materialism remains for him merely a theory.
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    • by being brought under the melting point, it remains a solid body. The
    • the block, the weight falls off and the block remains whole. This
    • maintained if it is to stay melted. As soon as the pressure is
    • has a melting point above 200°C. it would remain solid in boiling
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    • remainder of the earth-induced tendency to surface formation as shown
    • possible for us to think the matter through further, still remaining
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    • completely changed over into work; there would be portion remaining
    • remains.
    • transform heat into work, a portion remains as heat. And since this is
    • so, these remainders not capable of yielding work, accumulate. These
    • caused mechanical work. The heat not transformed remains over in the
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    • man, in order to maintain his life processes and exist at all on the
    • Between the two is a range in which human beings can maintain
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    • transmission of the heat, otherwise the ice lens could not remain an
    • appears as negative. This is how it manifests. Debits remain debits,
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    • the heat effect and the light remain, but the chemical effect ceases.
    • take place in the realm of heat. I have a continually maintained
    • that a portion remained over of the total amount at hand. This was the
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    • thus, it is not possible to remain in the lane of the pure
    • remain in this place if we wish to symbolize the chemical effects. We
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    • mechanical work some heat remains unchanged, and thus, finally, all
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    • differences in potential even though we remain in one element, in
    • People wish always to remain superficial, considering only what is
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    • what has remained of Philosophy itself? A number of more or less
    • etheric body remains unintelligible, and in a still higher sense that
    • remains only a physical Cosmology, and even this contains no more than
    • world remains hidden to observation according to the senses. Knowledge
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    • activity which remains unconscious as such, after having become so by
    • province of a life of abstract presentations. It remains to him, in
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    • physical and etheric organism must remain completely untouched by
    • remain in conscious wakefulness. If this condition is experienced in
    • inner soul-life. Now the possibility must have remained of always
    • experienced through inspiration remains completely shut out from the
    • world remains hidden for ordinary consciousness. The Yoga-philosophy
    • man was only half conscious, remain completely unknown to modern man.
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    • do not regard it as an end in itself, but as the remains of a living
    • human thought to be the dead remains of that living thought
    • Every Philosophy which remains within the sphere of the
    • direct ‘God-experience’ remains in the world of feeling or
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    • which remain unknown to the ordinary soul-life. But the soul
    • night, though remaining unconscious of it.
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    • form an outer world for his psycho-spiritual nature. They remain there
    • Therefore the state remains unconscious.
    • remaining to her, from her collaboration in the human Universe she
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    • constitution of the soul remains by its side consciously held in the
    • remains in the same psychic condition. The interchange between the
    • which the soul has won for itself by imagining still remains.
    • between remains unconscious. What happens in the depths of the
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    • experience remains unconscious during the stay on earth. The soul is
    • physical state into a spiritual one. But this change can only remain a
    • For his psychic life things do not remain there. He judges his own
    • physical organism. This organism would be spoilt if the soul remained
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    • from it and remains psycho-spiritually alive. Only when the thinking
    • real domain of the spirit.) From the point of view of the supernatural
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    • that is only one domain.
    • every domain of life. To realize the practical effect of theosophy you may
    • theosophy, which must not remain theory but become a helping hand in
    • of a child's head at the place that remains soft for a considerable
    • forces, and now it penetrates gradually into the child's head and remains
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    • any domain of the spiritual world without a link having first been made
    • we, too, must help to preserve this treasure and maintain brotherliness
    • of how the spiritual becomes manifest in each domain. Today one can
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    • The remaining corpse is the real physical body, the body freed from
    • being; his physical and etheric bodies remain in the bed and his astral
    • Not so the glandular system, for the etheric body remains with it. But
    • because the physical nature remains the same, as does the glandular
    • system, since the etheric body remains in the physical body during sleep.
    • enters into it and provides for its maintenance. In the night, too, man is
    • bodies remaining in the bed. When man's astral body and ego return in the
    • of them. Even in religions a feeling has remained that the gods sleep
    • body and the physical body remain connected with each other; at death,
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    • fruit of the past life, remains.
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    • of the nature of soul and spirit remains. The relationship between mother
    • woven remains. If you try to picture the whole human race on the earth
    • he loved to remain closer, in order that in a later incarnation he will
    • more possibility of everything remaining preserved in the suitable
    • not yet worked separates from him. But in the astral world there remains
    • — is still enveloped by a maternal etheric sheath and remains
    • is still the possibility of the bodily structures remaining elastic
    • greater it is, the less it remains abstract wisdom and the more forcibly it
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    • remained backward. A girl who up to her eighteenth year was totally
    • He said, “You Greeks remain forever big children. You know nothing
    • remained; part of it went out and surrounded the basic mass. Firstly,
    • a planet. Still another body separates and remains a planet. The sun
    • who had remained behind in their development.
    • Archangeloi who had remained backward on Old Sun and were now obliged
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    • constitutes our present earth and present moon, remained as a kind of
    • process of evolution there are always beings who remain at a standstill
    • bodies remain in the bed and his astral body is outside. Fundamentally
    • at an earlier time, man would have remained at a much lower evolutionary
    • sun. Had the sun remained in the earth man would have been old practically
    • special arenas for their activity and these were the domains suitable
    • far too strongly in the earth. If the earth had remained connected with
    • that the forces that had remained behind were no longer frustrated in
    • the sun and the moon now worked upon the earth from outside, maintaining
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    • what would have happened to him? For long, long ages he would have remained
    • upon his astral body and had themselves remained backward in their own
    • otherwise, he would still have remained for a long time in the atmosphere.
    • have remained. Man would have seen not only the plants, animals and
    • and remained soft and pliable. They waited until they were able to avoid
    • an epoch during which they would have been obliged to remain stationary
    • they were not able to wait, the animals have remained at a stage of
    • the man of ancient India maintained that the world of the senses is
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    • these conditions remained, love and brotherliness would also have gradually
    • If the spiritual world had remained as the dead experienced it during
    • the Greco-Latin epoch, if the human soul had remained in the icy coldness
    • remains united with the object of his love.
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    • the other main epochs of culture. Materialism has led to a tremendous
    • and etheric bodies of a man asleep remain in bed; his astral body and
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    • glow of the intellect, but of making it the mainspring of life, so
    • domain of human development takes place in freedom, devotion and
    • black that she scarcely remains visible. She is still there, but she
    • technique remain in debt to the River of man (the soul of man). As
    • the fire of the passion it cannot shine, and remains invisible; that
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    • remains the slave of his lower ego. The ascent from Kama to Mana is
    • plant-nature, he remains in debt. Then the actual bodily nature of
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    • what is true, millions of others may dissent but he will remain
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    • people can remain indifferent when the awakening of the Higher Self
    • but the spiritual essence will remain with all men who have become
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    • to allude to a domain, the reality of which is denied by the external
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    • bodies and still remain conscious — an impression of the
    • awaken with our astral body, if we can, as it were, remain awake in
    • sleep the sun remains connected with us; it does not cease to shine
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    • being, but that this manifestation remains, as something independent,
    • remains. So it is with the actual nature, with the selfhood of the
    • from themselves, so that it remains as an independent being. This will
    • old manifestation of the being will still exist; it still remains and
    • gestures, imitative expression, and physiognomy of man; if he remains
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    • were, beside the other being. But even this last remains of egoistic
    • only so long as these beings remain connected with their creations.
    • something like an image of themselves, but it remains connected with
    • however, it remains existing in the world though they sever themselves
    • creations remain in existence even if they go away from them. Thus a
    • creations are not to fall into decay, they must remain connected with
    • themselves did not remain connected with them. What they create has an
    • independent objective existence; but only so long as they remain
    • remain in existence, self-acting, and objective.
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    • through which the planet, instead of remaining stationary changes its
    • allow the impulses of his will to remain unfulfilled. What lives as
    • off and rotate, while in the center remains the big drop, the Sun.
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    • remain above, certain of their offspring, which we have called the
    • confuse it with what, in the main, has significance, not for the fixed
    • Now within the planetary system there still remain two cosmic bodies,
    • the moons remaining in the planetary system. If occult vision were so
    • the moons remain (that is to say, he must fix his attention only upon
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    • condition, but had its full significance in the past, and has remained
    • behind. The physical world of heavenly bodies represents the remains
    • our present earth by fixing our attention on what has remained upon
    • judged merely from analogy one can maintain all sorts of things. There
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    • are those who resisted the normal path, and have remained in
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    • kingdoms of nature, there still remains the mineral kingdom to be
    • inner-being gives certain main types, main substances: and each
    • group-souls of the animals — besides the main types, and
    • certain mineral main substances of the earth's organism of which we
    • tin as main substance; from Mars, iron; and in the occult sense, from
    • simply remain behind at an earlier stage, just as we know in our own
    • acquired Will not allow us to do so because they wish to remain as a
    • in a new epoch of life. In like manner the spiritual beings who remain
    • maintained if all the etheric influences came from the planets, and
    • who have not attained their goal, who remained at a lower stage,
    • remained behind and who have become
    • maintained. That is to say, the moon cannot ray out any light of its
    • a living Being, with the restraining Spirit above it, maintaining the
    • remained within it. They cannot therefore be reckoned in the same
    • composing the system itself, but remain behind at a considerably
    • hierarchies with those who are rebels — that is, those who have remained
    • be there that the balance may be maintained with regard to the
    • picture. As long as we remain on the earth, a group of people may
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    • developed in them will remain with you as your property.
    • connected with it are spoken of and they remain just words. But when
    • work in himself acquires possessions, that these possessions remain
    • will remain with you as your property.” In addition, it lies at the
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    • relation to this Christ, because it is maintained today that external
    • to them the main thing. What formed itself in their hearts, what
    • this was the main thing. They felt that spiritual lifeblood and
    • beings who remained behind on the Moon, and who therefore have no
    • being free. One thing, however, remains out of this duality of the
    • on which, however, remained the beings from whom man took his origin.
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    • inwardly. The remainder of this matter will reveal itself to us if
    • in order that we men may remain fettered to earth-existence until we
    • remained behind. These Luciferic beings developed further, alongside
    • experienced by gods if they remained in their own sphere: They had to
    • something which remained bound up with the earth, and has remained
    • bound up with it ever since, remained bound up with it in such a way
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    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • the Dominicans domain now opposed that of the Augustinians.
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    • and waking, while he remains unconscious, but returns again and again
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    • that even at present there remains a final residue of pre-earthly
    • that the great Sun Spirit now no longer remained the Sun Spirit, but
    • consider it at first as a mood — remained, contained alive
    • be maintained. And now we are within our own present time; here, in
    • Golgotha occurred; that he remains with human beings as a spiritual
    • say at the present time that everything on the earth has remained,
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    • fifteenth centuries from the spirit which still remained in the West.
    • notice what has insinuated itself in a dreadful way into every domain
    • perceive it. What concerns you are mainly longings of the inner life
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    • our aim will be most readily attained if we consider the main
    • anything real in this domain. Nonetheless conclusions are formed. The
    • too dreams about the world. It all remains a dreaming. Through the
    • Then it happened, and with the remains of ancient inheritance it
    • the fifteenth century when these inherited remains were no longer
    • it is in every domain of life. The value of the intellect was too
    • its first form it was experienced with the remains of old inherited
    • the Spirit can open the shutters, for otherwise they will remain
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    • remain. A sharp line is drawn between what has been achieved today
    • physical head-organization, it remains unfruitful for the development
    • material things. He bore this into sleep. He could still maintain his
    • help us, does not help one bit. During the night we remain just as
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    • mood remained, for it is impossible to reach a real spiritual content
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    • truth, and what I was obliged to maintain as truth out of the
    • remained was the traditional dogma of morals which men called
    • through the forces of nature, but must be the remains of a living
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    • maintain the same attitude to Nothingness that I have described? For
    • might call the solution of the world-riddle. What would there remain
    • duty” remains.
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    • of the social life, namely, by confidence. In this particular domain,
    • remained at a very infantile stage. Pedagogy envisaged: How can I
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    • knowledge. It would have seemed absurd had one maintained that it was
    • the desire was there to maintain the faith of the young.
    • artistic that appeared then we have but the scantiest remains. Here
    • be achieved with concepts that lead us in the domain of outer Nature.
    • which always remains passive, but the will which stirs thinking into
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    • inner activity for development and maintain it consciously, then with
    • without thinking. Everything just passes before them. They can remain
    • characters are not human; and the child wants to remain human.
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    • world. Everything remains stuck fast in the head. Man thinks
    • the organism. The life of the rest of the organism remains dull,
    • colors and allow only scanty remains to be experienced in the head,
    • being would remain as he is all his life, this would be terrible. The
    • no different ten years hence? It would be dreadful were he to remain
    • concepts and cherish the notion that they should remain unchanged for
    • they are today. Our school text-books ensure that the child remains a
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    • other foot has remained — in the perception of this
    • man, man's ego still remaining indefinite, until in our epoch
    • an age of transition — well, it remains just a hollow phrase.
    • knowledge with artistic perception, will remain young. For there is
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    • terminology: we have to deal with three main factors in cosmic
    • anthroposophical literature. He quotes one of the main reasons for
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    • remains completely in the unconscious. Only through the processes
    • hierarchy of the Archangeloi. They felt their God as remaining unknown
    • will which remains subconscious and is in the sleep state even during
    • consciousness were to remain awake also during the period of sleep.
    • were obliged to remain in the sleep state in order to perceive the
    • those who constantly maintain that our time is a period of transition.
    • mankind. Those who maintain that the Gospels must remain as they are
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    • turn against. Man must remain united with Earth evolution so
    • delusion, maintained that there are, first, simple beings, as
    • wood or brick — you would not maintain that these scraps of brick
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    • Ages, mainly in the time after St. Augustine, were especially bent on
    • make clear to ourselves what it is that has remained, in the
    • culture in which Greek civilization was rooted. What has remained is a
    • pupils has remained and has become historical, first, in Greek
    • of evolution only a distillate of it remains, namely, Greek
    • of a day remain unobserved by you. You do not remember them because
    • forces which pulse through our existence and which otherwise remain
    • is an inspired consciousness which remains very deeply hidden,
    • which they had retained as the remainder of the Mystery culture. And
    • remain stuck in general, nebulous notions. People are specially
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    • remained of the soul constitutions in question.) Out of these
    • publisher — people maintain: if we think without prejudice, we
    • element of which ordinary consciousness thus remains unconscious
    • The sub-human beings whose main character consists of an impulse which
    • their power of attraction, everything that has remained Luciferic,
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    • of our age. In that ancient time, the main concern of the human being
    • What man has in common with nature remains outside his consciousness.
    • coarse and clumsy, indeed, which maintain that the outer world merely
    • remain in the old beaten tracks, who do not wish to arouse themselves
    • would be very frivolous, my dear friends, if we would remain
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    • feeling in actual consciousness, while feeling itself remains in
    • itself remains unknown to us in ordinary consciousness. Whereas we
    • dead live must remain unknown. I need only relate some of the
    • morning one should remain quiet for a moment and refrain from looking
    • of waking life; they tried to remain quiet for a moment in their
    • will remain and stream over to the dead person at the moment of our
    • the living; they remain here, they remain in the neighborhood, in the
    • people do not separate from those they have left behind; they remain
    • those who have stayed behind. Thus, while those who have remained
    • only if they remain more or less within the sphere of the survivors.
    • experiences. The child has remained here and what he feels penetrates
    • consideration that the child has remained with us, that he lives with
    • spiritual science cannot remain mere theory. It shows us something of
    • with sufficient intensity, with proper energy, they will not remain
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    • the one preceding it, and so forth. The prejudice which maintains that
    • left his family; he has, in reality, remained here. Something of great
    • with whom he has remained can rid him of this nightmare and make life
    • the spiritual-scientific standpoint: in this case they will remain
    • honest, — or they may choose to remain honest upon the
    • he cannot do otherwise, if he wishes to remain consistent, than to
    • quantum, one can appreciate why he, if he wishes to remain honest and
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    • is especially important also not to remain entirely oblivious
    • had remained the paralysis of one hand, reduction of
    • remaining one of the busiest physicians in Vienna, with little
    • collision all sorts of conditions may arise, conditions mainly
    • men of reason, the feelings remain down below, swarm in the
    • not get. This had remained with her. Of course she might be
    • subconsciousness, where they remain.
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    • in this domain, likes nothing better than a vague,
    • domain into which recognized facts are pushing the
    • remain subconscious; and that which draws the subconsciousness
    • man like Dr. Freud is obliged to stretch the sexual domain over
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    • and in the half conscious dream state much that has remained or
    • into what we call the hidden depths of the soul, we remain
    • domain of occultism can save you from falling into error. It is
    • remain entirely within the confines of our mental life there is
    • remain with us, but belongs to our environment. So we have
    • visionary quality, the spiritual thing remains like a solid
    • experiment is that we always remain in full possession of our
    • remain, that we pass through the hidden depths of our
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    • sense-impression a picture of this world, remaining in
    • nothing happens to harm our eyes they remain unchanged by the
    • distinctly visible when what remains of the etheric body has
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    • through death the physical body remains behind within the
    • truths concerning repeated earth lives remain by no means
    • example, all thoughts connected mainly with our perception of
    • arise mainly abnormal phenomena which are usually called
    • sense, the fact remains that what is thus prepared within the
    • incarnation. That which, however, exists in these four main
    • organization which remains to us, adapt ourselves to the whole
    • important difference exists between what remains in our heart
    • reciprocal relations between the domain of the human organs and
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    • remain thus in evolution. Humanity must ascend again into the
    • incarnated as Abraham, but is an eternal being, who remained existing
    • every man does; for it is impossible to maintain what one imagines as
    • a materialistic theory. One cannot remain truthful, if one thinks
    • take up anthroposophy, appear in comparison with others who remain far
    • which remains there — which is now there in the body, and which
    • remains after death — there is a hollow space, a nothingness.
    • will remember the group-ego, in which they have remained. Thus people
    • can we remember. If we have not created it, then there only remains to
    • elements which have remained from the Atlantean age.
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    • Christianity as a main stream.
    • flowed into the one great main stream, and still others, in order then
    • the great main stream of our present spiritual life. That means, just
    • directed externally that which still remained of the old clairvoyance.
    • were decadent products of this older humanity, that they maintained a
    • have remained, purely externally, in writing, through tradition.
    • Esau has remained at an earlier stage. It is he who is the simpleton,
    • And just as that which had been retained in a form remaining behind
    • of which by stages that which remains over as relics is expelled. The
    • Zarathustra had remained united with those who had been initiated in
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    • sifted once, twice, three times, but so sifted, that there remains not
    • wild animals, among which Zarathustra remains unharmed. That is the
    • mighty style of old, one may not as it were attempt to remain as much
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    • which remains true even if we doubt everything else, that
    • of main as the conclusion of the pre-Christian
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • is important if one must judge life, not to remain in the
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    • the deception in man's waking condition. He remains aware only
    • remains a kind of reflection of this Imaginative Consciousness
    • which comes from the Archai) that remains for most human beings
    • believes that this nature is maintained by a conservation of
    • remained. Then came the time of the first epoch after
    • followed, it was simply striven to maintain some order by
    • was a copy so that order should be maintained on earth; one
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    • remained loyal to Zeus during these events. They fought side by side
    • Root-races. The root-races are the main periods of earth-evolution The fifth root-race is the fifth main period.
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    • of the Lemurian time. They had remained behind the normal development
    • it was only a handful that remained true to him, whilst the others
    • time, which lasts seven years. That is why Odysseus remains with the
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    • Roman peoples, whose first representatives are mainly to be found in
    • initiations were in existence. These were maintained until it became
    • regions. In the north there still remained something from the culture
    • Siegfried too is overcome by the powers which have remained over from
    • remained behind from Atlantis. They have continually to be on their
    • preserved into the fifth sub-race. But those who have remained behind
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    • the Odyssey, its main theme is announced in the first lines. And in
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    • currents flowing in all directions. Among them are five main
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    • on the Moon. The human being who remained on the Old Moon was then
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    • of these organs remains visible, so that they contract to a tiny
    • thought arose disintegrates, the effects of the thought remain.
    • lives on, remains, and will appear in future stages of development
    • of their being, the spirit self, will be added. Were they to remain
    • good or evil for the remainder of his life. In the early periods of
    • world, when you take the two-thirds away, the one-third still remains
    • God is separated from Him and becomes manifest, the remainder exists
    • your underlying thoughts the remainder connected with what has been
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    • How far must we go back, while still remaining within the limits of
    • most part remained a secret of the new Mysteries. Then came a time
    • it. All of it remains as it was. And it is just because all of it
    • remains as it was, because all is true of what the Buddha said about
    • physical sight. The aura remained: men could no longer see it, but
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    • remains simply a spectator of the material things he meets with in
    • the world. Then these elemental spirits pass into him and remain
    • things, enter into man? They remain at first within him. Also those
    • which are released at first remain, but they stay only until his
    • the smoke, must remain united to him at his death and must be reborn
    • darkness, he let through his idleness remain in the same state; those
    • spirits remain in the condition of bewitchment they were in at the
    • these spirits remain chained to him and must reincarnate with him
    • elementals of the fourth class flow, but remain unchanged. At death
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    • out of it, after having set that spirit free, what remains in the
    • these questions remain unanswered. The questions are put in the wrong
    • matter does not remain so veiled in illusion. Upon the earth all
    • Saturn had remained at the stage of their normal evolution and had
    • completely, but remained. Thus two states or conditions developed
    • what have they established? It is mainly through them that the Sun
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    • those remnants which remained behind. Anyone observing this inner
    • so many thoughts, when he goes away things remain as they were. He
    • outside in the Universe always more and more, they remained longer
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    • because, along with all the remaining Moon and Earth, it divided from
    • The Sun remains in the middle, and the others rotate around it. They
    • Form are the maintainers — the supporters.
    • that, for a time, it remained one single planet; then it threw off a
    • planet from itself, which remained in its vicinity. At first, so long
    • who have already followed me in this domain, it is not new to hear
    • advance and others who remain behind, as many a father knows, who
    • rise spiritually as high as possible; others again had remained
    • Motion or Might or Virtutes which had remained behind, and the
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    • just as we draw Mars as the boundary point up to which is the domain
    • something still remains of the constellation of ruling Spirits, and
    • was such fanaticism as there is in this domain of science. It is to
    • Sun had remained united to the earth man could never have been able
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    • first formed. When it reaches this point it remains stationary, it
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    • Cosmos, heard for the first time, some things should remain
    • evolution the Moon is not finished. Mars remains behind after this
    • extract of it remains. The man passes through. Kama-Loka, and the
    • ourselves this as a sort of consequential question. The remainder of
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    • this so long as your ideas remain in the space of three dimensions;
    • the Godhead had let the world's evolution remain as it was, up
    • pass it by, we do not want to plunge into it, we want to remain above
    • plunged into the full tide of the Moon's development, remained
    • remained still further back, and were attracted by the retrograding
    • remained good, tore themselves away from the course of the
    • overshadowed by earlier Beings, because Angels who had remained
    • Moon; they have remained behind in their development, hence they can
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    • body with the etheric body remain lying on the bed, and the astral
    • the physical body at night; it remains united with it. We know that
    • remains within the physical body. Now we all know what is indicated
    • during his incarnations. All this remains invisible so long as the
    • passions, which still remain with us as the result of our former
    • outer senses. We penetrate into a spiritual domain when we experience
    • remains imperfect) leading upwards into the spiritual worlds. We were
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    • remain as to their essential nature in the higher region. This holds
    • point is that they do not remain in this condition but draw
    • beings separated from Earth, which remained in connection with what
    • remained alone, between it and Sun. These three bodies were one in
    • remained in union with Earth. The evolutionary tempo of Earth was
    • or mummified, if Moon had remained in connection with Earth. Earth
    • had remained with Earth, man would have been forced into an outer
    • remained he would have become impervious to stimulus, he would have
    • evolution, just as the evolution of man needs the earth. To remain
    • remain with the Earth even after the sun spirits had gone out. And
    • remained mere form. To understand ancient times aright is to realise
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    • lives and also from life to life, spiritual beings remain at the same
    • of the gods as remaining unchanged through thousands of years? It
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    • are even earlier.] Other peoples remained behind in Asia and
    • paths were in reality the same, remained with the mighty
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    • for the domain of the lower gods. In that region he would have felt
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    • earth, beings of a still higher order remained united with the earth
    • first had to remain hidden, and who did not accompany the sun in its
    • kingdoms. Those were the beings who remained behind during the old
    • beings, then, did not from the beginning remain behind with the
    • remained behind. They came to man when he was still unripe for such
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    • understood by everybody, but it must necessarily remain a mere
    • permanence there remain belonging to the good, the five actually
    • Therefore we speak of seven as remaining over from the twelve. When
    • remainder, the number five would lead us into error. That is the
    • Being who as is natural, at first remains entirely concealed from
    • necessary for him to remain in the upper spiritual realms, when his
    • initiates. This Being had remained behind in order to preserve for
    • remained the same as he was six hundred years before our era. But it
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: I. The Position of Anthroposophy in Relation to Theosophy and Anthropology.
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    • described. It is to ascend part way, remaining half-way up. At the
    • has remained a shriveled web of concepts no longer connected with the
    • individual phenomena. Anthropology remains on the ground, takes its
    • remains unobserved. The sense of life furnishes the first human
    • maintain its equilibrium.)
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    • remain in the expanding etheric body. While the sense of life becomes
    • If you maintain that a plant has a sense on the grounds that it
    • the plant. With equal propriety it could be maintained that scales
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: III. Higher Senses, Inner Force Currents and Creative Laws in the Human Organism.
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    • downward. From below upward streams the main current of the astral
    • body, and downward from above the main current of the ego. The
    • main portion of the astral body, upward from below. In their mutual
    • Where the main direction of the blood-stream is horizontal, not
    • vertical, there can be no ego, as in men. The main direction of the
    • the main blood-stream runs horizontally instead of vertically. The
    • group ego of animals can find no organ in them, because the main
  • Title: Wisdom of Man: IV. Supersensible Currents in the Human and Animal Organizations.
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    • occurred, the physical body would have remained lopsided,
    • it is obstructed before emerging; it remains in the physical body of
    • the monkey is really a retarded being, having remained behind in the
    • don't remain in one spot but move around the earth retaining their
    • the influence of a group soul, they could not remain in one place,
    • could they have learned to speak if they had remained in one spot.
    • memory. In order to produce human memory, the main position of
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: I. The Elements of the Soul Life.
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    • It now remains to find something through which the
    • soul, and all remaining psychic experiences can be summed up in what
    • that our soul remains untouched by the majority of external
    • they could, but just because these relationships remain largely
    • perception of the color impression, only if it has remained within
    • remains. Ordinarily such fine distinctions are unnecessary, but for
    • occurred in the outer world. A judgment has been reached that remains
    • arise, provoke love and hate — we remain within the sea of our
    • love, hate and reasoning that remains unconscious, though these are
    • remain present during sleep. From the absence of the ego conception
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: II. Action and Interaction of the Human Soul Forces.
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    • live on in what remains of the sensations in us. The ego perception,
    • remained in the old Goethe of what had swayed the young Goethe was
    • unified being it could not progress but would remain stationary.
    • remain absorbed it does not put in an appearance, only at the moment
    • impressions; it develops a desire that remains unsatisfied.
    • time remains unoccupied, and this time void is permeated by the old
    • balance is not maintained, boredom results, and an empty, bored soul
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: III. At the Portals of the Senses.
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    • That the old covenant maintains its faith,
    • Of thy high banquets there remains no token;
    • press a seal with a crest into wax, what remains of the seal in the
    • wax? Nothing but the crest. You could not maintain that what remains
    • exposed to a color or a tone, nothing remains in this condition of
    • at the moment of being exposed to them, the latter, as what remains.
    • desire did not reach the boundary of the outer world but remained
    • were, that it remained an inner condition, not penetrating to a sense
    • remain feelings in which you don't find these two elements, seek
    • soul life, while feeling remains farther within, where desire wears
    • satisfy it; desire remains; no satisfaction results.
    • influence on the soul life, but an unsatisfied desire remains
    • relationship is maintained between the soul and what we may call a
    • which the soul is bound up. Desires that remain should be sharply
    • case of the dislike the desire itself has remained. This leads us
    • can have desires that remain with us, and in the soul as well we find
    • cannot pass the boundary where either it is hurled back or it remains
    • incessantly wallow in beauty and maintain that truth is unhealthy.
    • At bottom, the main tendency of the soul is desire. This
    • maintain that will must necessarily lead to a certain object. Such
  • Title: Wisdom of the Soul: IV. Consciousness and the Soul Life.
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    • yesterday and what still remains to be said will be brought about by
    • what remained in his other poem to mar it has here been overcome by a
    • way, as in The Wandering Jew that has remained a fragment
    • pale such memories remain when you try to freshen them up. In the
    • necessarily remained the center of interest; now the time is ripe for
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: I. Franz Brentano and Aristotles Doctrine of the Spirit.
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    • were to follow in rapid succession, but this first volume remained
    • it remains for the reader to keep the explanations in mind whenever
    • to the main issues Brentano does take the same stand as Aristotle.
    • contrary, this spirit that has been created remains in existence
    • progress on it, so what remains is the spirit looking back after
    • imagines as the future progress of the soul remains vague, but one
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: II. Truth and Error in the Light of the Spiritual World.
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    • time being certainly remain deaf to proofs.
    • itself. He maintains that the spirit reveals itself in the presence
    • philosophy which maintains that, along with what is given through
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: III. Imagination--Imagination; Inspiration--Self-fulfillment; Intuition--Conscience.
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    • maintained that error and the possibility of correcting it are
    • maintain that visualizations and emotions live only in the soul.
    • dream remains in your consciousness, you remember it, but after
    • into being, often maintained that ‘imagination’ is by no
    • impulses of will only as far as these remain within the soul, and
    • nothing happens through emotions alone, and as long as we remain
    • is independent of the soul because nothing that remains in the soul
    • it remains for the consciousness that transcends ordinary
    • conceptions of them, and many mystics remain satisfied with that.
    • as such would remain in suspension. Not until the two unite, until
  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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    • earth lives there are to be found even today those who maintain that
    • of what remains continuous in man throughout his various earth lives.
    • the remainder of his being, the part of him not freed, becomes like
    • further what little remains to be said, I should like to remind you
    • maintained, something that can be helpful if expanded into
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    • into dust, but the spiritual essence will remain with all human beings
    • knowledge, then only the Tree of Life will remain, there will be no
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    • But one soul — one soul only — remained in this condition, namely
    • remained in the guardianship of the holiest Mysteries through the
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    • meaning, the far deeper significance, remains in the subconsciousness.
    • What actually is it that remains in the subconsciousness while the
    • equinox. But owing to the precession of the equinox, what had remained
    • most ancient Mysteries of which only faint echoes remained.
    • reached the age of thirty, and he remained leader for three years, for three
    • although an intermixture of the old still remained at the time when
    • whatever is anchored in the heart's understanding, remains a
    • European spiritual life. And then the indelible record will remain:
    • are called Ingaevones, those of the centre, Hermiones, the remainder
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    • There are three such main Festivals in Christendom: at Christmas,
    • last surviving remains of this age that men like the three Magi
    • home before they came down to the earth. The last echoing remains of
    • principles of this kind, but a man can remain a phrasemonger in spite
    • wisdom remained. In the first centuries of our era, certain Gnostic
    • naturalism invaded this domain of belief. There was no longer any
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    • indicates the connection with the so-called Root Races. The remaining
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    • remained, on through the subsequent centuries. The ancient wisdom was
    • has remained in Western Christianity of the holy zeal with which men
    • and God the Son. And to this day these impulses have remained in
    • after all, remained through the course of history. Many of these
    • to the wisdom that once lived in men instinctively and remained to
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    • adopted for the exposition of history must remain as it is; for the
    • earth. Therefore when the time is fulfilled, the earth will not remain
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    • impulses. When he lost the last remains of his astral clairvoyance,
    • spiritual soul. For that he required a brain that had remained softer.
    • ancient culture among those peoples who had remained behind as regards
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • water remains as it was. We now take the other ball and having heated
    • by the injustice remains in the soul. This noble anger in early youth
    • will remain alive in the centre of his being.
    • maintaining the finger as it now is. I can never cut the etheric
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    • Man, with his ego, would have remained nearer to the spiritual worlds,
    • own impulses. He would otherwise have remained entirely dependent upon
    • living soul had merely remained as it was, man would have had to wait
    • bodies, which but for the luciferic influence would have remained more
    • of mistaken judgment and the possibility of lying. If man had remained
    • behind him. He still remained, for a long time, in connection with the
    • remained in connection with his whole being, if the luciferic
    • influence had not come. He long remained a participator in it; for a
    • only as a kind of memory remaining over from former incarnations. It
    • nothing of it should remain, they would not know that this event is
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    • good Divine-Spiritual powers, that which still remained of the old
    • way that something still remains from the earlier stages of evolution.
    • persecution from that which remains over from the old order!’ And
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • they consider that what is found in one domain is applicable to every
    • material form. The body of woman remained at a more spiritual stage,
    • a certain point, remained at a standstill; it consolidated before the
    • influenced by the fact of its having remained behind at an earlier
    • are confronted with two forms, one that has remained at a standstill
    • but, as regards its motion and its nature, it has remained behind at
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • indications of what remains to be discussed, it would interfere with
    • something remaining in later times of what existed previously, but it
    • to-day; and we know that before long nothing will remain of the work
    • remained more or less uncultivated, but on the other hand, in this
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    • remained on it; so that on the one hand it may be a continuation of
    • in the sense in which Drews takes it, cannot be maintained without
    • Christ may remain with humanity; that He may be rediscovered.
    • that will live on and on, which is not to remain a mere colourless
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    • while the things themselves remain stationary. This is not so in the
    • It may happen that we meet a person in the spiritual world but remain
    • physical world the forces needed after death to maintain the
    • transmitted by means of tradition, that gave the power to maintain
    • not able by his own strength to maintain his consciousness in the
    •  In our present period there is only one way of maintaining a
    • that maintain our consciousness during this period after death. The
    • whether it has remained intact across the abyss. If we reach this
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    • death can only be maintained by remembering the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • to maintain consciousness, however, a great transformation begins. We
    • maintain our consciousness. Unless an initiation took place in a
    • for those who are still on the earth. Only when those who remain on
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    • could not maintain our ego-consciousness. True, we might be able to
    • unfold such consciousness, but we could not maintain it. To do this
    • In the domain of occultism — using the word in its true sense —
    • domain of the occultism studied here is there anything that does not
    • continued, there still remained in man forces that at death had not
    • frequently that man remains unaffected by the forces of the Sun. If
    • maintain that all religious systems have emanated from one
    • domain touched upon here cannot, of course, be exhaustively dealt
    • soul of man because what it can bestow need not remain alien to any
    • Christ ought not to maintain that all denominations and creeds can
    • will deteriorate more and more if men remain in ignorance of Christ
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    • Then people remain inwardly calm, concern themselves with such
    • recollection. They remain but we cannot alter them.
    • more. What has been established on the earth remains. We cannot alter
    • whole earth. It remains the basic challenge of spiritual science to
    • Buddhist accept the Copernican system and yet remain a Buddhist?”
    • he remained behind and severed himself from the stream of cosmic
    • received of the spirit on earth remains for him in this sphere. This
    • our deepest feelings. When rightly understood nothing remains a mere
    • Actually, research in this domain is not particularly enlightened,
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    • wishes to proceed conscientiously in this domain, one will feel it
    • anything. To begin with, things must remain as they are. The
    • and dimmer, and what remains is essentially the power that we derive
    • further life of soul because it remains there as an imprint. In his
    • soul there remains the endeavor to enter into this same constellation
    • of such words. If the feelings remain with those who have absorbed
    • nothing can be changed after death, that relationships remain the
    • placed them originally. But I want to speak mainly about the four
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    • relationship. It remains as it was on the earth. Here we can develop
    • environment, the latter does not remain uninfluenced by it in his
    • something of spiritual wisdom, must forego this wish, it will remain
    • Humanity is evolving, and only an obtuse person would maintain that
    • maintain it beyond a certain point. His obtuseness will bring about a
    • death and a new birth, and it remains with us. It is conditioned by
  • Title: Life Between ... VII: The Working of Karma in Life After Death
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    • behind in the Moon sphere and there it remains. It cannot be erased
    • so easily. We carry it with us as an impulse but it remains inscribed
    • whom one has been connected on earth. Others remain unknown to us.
    • nothing to change it. It has to remain as it is. Life connections
    • phase after death man lives mainly in his recollections. His
    • sphere of change does remain that is in the relationship of the dead
    • not concern himself with spiritual science. The one who remains
    • who remains behind concerns himself with thoughts of a spiritual
    • When spiritual science does not remain mere theory but becomes a life
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    • the mighty questions regarding the beyond remain. In this connection
    • which he remains unconscious, develop a secret love for it. In the
    • externally, one actually remains ignorant of life. In the morning we
    • definite period of years. If the one who has remained on earth is
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    • spiritual world remains hidden from him. The seer, however, can
    • wife and children. For me they are not there. Only memories remain. I
    • not existent. Why? Because the souls who remained behind on the earth
    • suffer remains unanswered. In our time we have to begin to be aware
    • portrayed as the domain of Ahriman and Lucifer in the drama,
    • maintain, however, that he wants to obliterate himself from the
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    • between the one who has died and the one who remains on earth. There
    • of which it would remain perceptible. Because there is no common
    • possessed a spiritual inheritance that enabled them to remain
    • one who has remained on earth there is nothing that can render it
    • Souls who remain behind and have acquired thoughts about the
    • the soul who has remained behind. In fact, the seer who has gained
    • compensation. If one remains ignorant of the reason, one does in fact
    • compensation is incomplete. Each time there remains a small residue
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    • there are still many people who maintain that a spirit-soul life may
    • beyond remains dim and dark for us, and we are unable to find the
    • the earth. It may also happen that down here people remain dull to
    • pure spiritual region. He remained in touch with earthly happenings,
    • impulses from them. That is why it is a complete fallacy to maintain
    • quite different conditions and because they will in the main not have
    • that the anthroposophist who remains behind on earth concerns himself
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    • begin with, occupied with the remains, the memories and the
    • with what remains in the astral body as forces from the last earthly
    • being. The other is that even if he remains unaware of it, he has to
    • and a new birth. We remain in darkness if we have denied or turned
    • and he will remain disinterested in what otherwise should have
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    • the affairs of earthly life remain bound to the earth sphere by their
    • earthly conditions can but remain bound to the earth sphere for a
    • ordinarily imagined can also cause a soul to remain bound to the
    • Let us now consider what comes about mainly when the period of
    • trivial or important aims. How much in life merely remains at the
    • heard in the last lecture, outside the Sun sphere a man mainly has to
    • everything still remains inscribed.
    • respects remained incomplete. As a matter of fact, no man of similar
    • affords a clue when one is observing the many remaining inscriptions
    • remained for posterity, helps to promote creative activity in the
    • fact that imperfections remain in the neighborhood of the earth,
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    • one gazes down, a person who has remained behind on the earth only
    • person remains invisible and the dead one suffers from the anguish of
    • the spiritual world, however, the soul of the one who remains behind
    • fault, should remain invisible to the dead. If the world were
    • with life on earth is maintained by the recollection of what has
    • consciousness remains that he is destined for the earth, that he must
    • dead may be maintained, that souls having no connection with people
    • In a subsequent period, so as not to remain insensitive toward the
    • remains unconscious, but from the Sun period onward he is necessary.
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    • in science it remains merely an ideal to grasp the reality of life.
    • good connection with souls who have remained on the earth or with
    • be done by the so-called living who have remained on the earth.
    • man because otherwise we remain solitary in the spiritual world.
    • presence of a Hindu in the world beyond but remain unable to gain any
    • point from which the ascending curve begins. To maintain that Christ
    • mainly active in the deeper structure of the head, less in the hands
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    • remains for him.
    • consists of nothing apart from the memories that remain of his life
    • now remains in the soul until the deed can be adjusted. We do not
    • been cultivated. Therefore, such souls remain in the dark in relation
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress in
    • Science; that will come in time. For the moment we will remain at the
    • in the domain of ordinary thought, we shall not admit the difficulty
    • remain mere words. And if among the many different Spirits of the
    • do in the most varied domains of life; and that it is first of all
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress in
    • maintained that general concepts had no reality, but were merely
    • word had a different meaning then). The Realists maintained that
    • still Three real Persons. The Nominalists maintained that these three
    • one will maintain that the general concept “Pussy” has
    • Materialists are correct in what they maintain? Yes, concerning
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • element in the world, allowing it to remain indefinite. He calls it
    • maintain any right to claim that this world is the real one. I can
    • down for you really exist, and they can be maintained. And it is
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress in
    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • endeavour to recognize for what domain of existence one or other
    • Gnostic in the domain of Idealism. Thus one could say that he is
    • in all domains — i.e. through all mental constellations. One
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • Even in the external pictures — although the main thing is that
    • similar. The Moon remains occult, invisible when it is New Moon; it
    • remain occult until, through meditation, concentration and so on, the
    • the inner nature of truth if they remain one-sided. One must
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress in
    • not remain constant throughout life. They change — that is, the
    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • engravings. The main substance and form of the brain must first be
    • do good work in certain fields. I will remain in these, and will make
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress
    • Science; that will come in time. For the moment we will remain at the
    • in the domain of ordinary thought, we shall not admit the difficulty
    • remain mere words. And if among the many different Spirits of the
    • do in the most varied domains of life; and that it is first of all
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress
    • maintained that general concepts had no reality, but were merely
    • word had a different meaning then). The Realists maintained that
    • still Three real Persons. The Nominalists maintained that these three
    • one will maintain that the general concept “Pussy” has
    • Materialists are correct in what they maintain? Yes, concerning
    • significance for its particular domain. Between Materialism and
    • element in the world, allowing it to remain indefinite. He calls it
    • maintain any right to claim that this world is the real one. I can
    • down for you really exist, and they can be maintained. And it is
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress
    • certain limited domain, and then sets out to seek proofs for it, but
    • endeavour to recognize for what domain of existence one or other
    • Gnostic in the domain of Idealism. Thus one could say that he is
    • in all domains — i.e. through all mental constellations. One
    • remains in the occult. It is only that they do not like to be called
    • Even in the external pictures — although the main thing is that
    • similar. The Moon remains occult, invisible when it is New Moon; it
    • remain occult until, through meditation, concentration and so on, the
    • the inner nature of truth if they remain one-sided. One must
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    • twelve main philosophical standpoints and that the fruitful progress
    • not remain constant throughout life. They change — that is, the
    • the brain remains entirely unconscious. But an occult researcher must
    • engravings. The main substance and form of the brain must first be
    • do good work in certain fields. I will remain in these, and will make
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    • were foreign to them. They remained in harmony with them only for a
    • being stirred by any feeling, he could remain quite calm and merely
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    • the previous planet rose to the height of wisdom. Beings remained
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    • and purified, maintains itself. So long as this amount lasts he lives
    • at the cost of his self-maintaining astral body. Once this is
    • body to be maintained by the physical principle.
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    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • always remained the same? That there is also a possible history
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    • now say that he would have remained a good-for-nothing. In this case
    • remains within him, and although he does not know that he must do such
    • evolution, it will remain a separate kingdom to the end. Before that,
    • We know that certain beings remained at the stage of the old Moon
    • substances, remained from the old Moon-time of the earth. At the Moon
    • stage there remained behind beings who influenced our earth's
    • beings remained behind, but also the laws of the old Moon-substance,
    • earth existence. Now we come to the question: Can it be maintained
    • the cause; and yet in reacting it keeps its essence and remains the
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    • contrasts and most important differences between man and animal remain
    • of this epoch. Now if the Sun had remained in union with the Earth,
    • forces very different and much more violent would have remained with
    • drying and petrifying action on all life. If conditions had remained
    • have brought all life to a slow death. Thus the Earth remained behind
    • of the earth, certain beings have always remained behind the general
    • the remaining behind of these entities. During the old Moon evolution
    • certain beings remained behind as the luciferic beings, and through
    • certain sense the remaining behind of the luciferic beings was a
    • sacrifice. They remained behind so that during the Earth existence
    • remain behind; and we could not excuse their negligence. But it was
    • sense their remaining behind was a sacrifice, in order that they might
    • substances remained behind and preserved laws which in previous
    • if certain beings had not remained behind at the end of the Saturn
    • ancestors of our present animal kingdom. Thus this remaining behind
    • Now a comparison may explain why beings and substances had to remain
    • remained behind. For this reason he had to refine his forces. As an
    • and the finer substances remain above. The water could only be refined
    • small number of the physical bodies could be used and maintain
    • evolution was maintained by a small number of those who were more
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    • maintaining an unprejudiced and objective judgement in this field
    • for then one might allow the room to remain dirty, and seek to cure
    • remain; it is unable of itself to repair the injury. For this reason,
    • and the latter remains untouched by what happens to the physical body
    • remains. When a certain length of time has passed after death, a time
    • have forgotten. No idea of it has remained behind, but at the time we
    • thereby called forth; this then remains, so as to compensate the
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: The Curability and Incurability of Diseases in Relation to Karma
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    • the dung-heap the weather will change — or it will remain as it
    • remained behind during the ancient Moon evolution, and who did not
    • in the life before him, owing to his other organism and his remaining
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    • emotional judgement in ordinary life remains at the surface, and is
    • which the body still remains alive. This oscillation of forces which
    • oscillating with the same regularity. But it remained for Galileo to
    • then see whether we should still wish to maintain that only chance was
    • when in certain domains assertions can be driven back upon oneself. In
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    • remain, they are stored up, and in the period between death and a new
    • to maintain our Ego. We shall be able sufficiently to maintain it only
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Forces of Nature, Volcanic Eruptions, Earthquakes and Epidemics in Relation to Karma
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    • should on entering the spiritual world maintain the integrity of our
    • the main there is nothing to which he has a greater aversion than the
    • difficult one; for they maintain that they are being deprived of that
    • remained behind during the ancient Moon period, and to-day during our
    • that on the Moon, beings remained behind in their development, so as
    • upon the ancient Sun there remained behind beings who played a part
    • — a battle provoked by those beings who had remained behind upon
    • beings which, during the whole of the Sun evolution, remained behind
    • in the domain into which we are able to follow him in man himself,
    • which he nevertheless has made his most important domain. Even if
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    • maintained. Suppose someone were to say to a man who had met with an
    • circles which maintain that where hygienic measures go too far, only
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Karmic Effects Of Our Experiences As Men and Women. Death and Birth In Relationship to Karma
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    • infinite domain shall be stirred. If you reflect upon all that has
    • remain, and the souls in question would then be forced to seek another
    • they are forced to remain in the same town, they rush night after
    • night from pleasure to pleasure. Yet for all this the soul remains
    • be sought. Souls can remain empty only to a certain stage; then
    • psychic. For intellectuality deals mainly with the physical plane. In
    • deeply into life but that it remains on the surface. I intentionally
    • It is not so easy to believe that intellectuality remains external and
    • In this neutral moral domain we see that what we prepare in one
    • world would have been far weaker, and man would have remained in
    • Today we have allowed two neutral domains of karmic law to act upon
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    • It is the luciferic beings which act here — for they remained
    • done in this domain must finally be traced back to love; and this can
    • any other domain of the world existence. Thus we have shown nothing
    • through the blossoming of the mystical side, the external remained
    • sayings which will for all time remain true and will prove fruitful
  • Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
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    • necessarily remain unanswered, can on another occasion be carried on
    • is new, how something remains out of the separate national
    • had been acquired in various domains of Europe. Out of this there was
    • domain of human spiritual life in which such illusions cannot persist,
    • in such a way that the individuality is completely maintained, so that
    • afterwards on the earth, were able to say: ‘It can remain, it is
    • see in the spiritualised domain of the world.
    • a love which does not remain in mankind alone, but penetrates right
    • out of the deepest impulse of their hearts; the remainder will not be
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    • the forces they should employ only within their lawful domain. From
    • His sovereign domain is the mineral world, a world that is utterly
    • upon its remaining in the sense world. First of all, if a person has
    • However, Lucifer too can overstep his domain, and the
    • remains of sensual feeling. Ahriman is the more spiritual being; what
    • understand what is the lawful activity, what is the right domain of
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    • in order to remain emotionally healthy — we have to have in the
    • as little remain permanently in a state of being able to transform
    • itself, as a human being in the physical world could remain
    • world, which grows and develops so that it can maintain the self out
    • to an extent that would be impossible were he to remain normally in
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    • in a middle state. If it had been able to remain as originally
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    • domains, where normally they live and work, and that bad effects come
    • impulses have their absolutely legitimate domain in architecture and
    • character of a people; in general this element remains neutral.
    • remain shallow and superficial, we can get along easily enough on
    • have to remain here below on the physical plane.
    • existence depends on what has remained to you of your memories. Your
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    • domain, a tendency arises for those parts of man's etheric and astral
    • not remain in the realm of imagination but extends into the objective
    • now begin his objective experiences and these are Lucifer's domain.
    • is always in a state of transformation; nothing there remains in
    • to strengthen his soul to a point where what still remains rather
    • ego, whose only remaining concealment has been the other self, comes
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    • maintain himself, stay aware of himself, realize himself, he must
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    • decay and pass away. Some remain indeed throughout the year, some for
    • they are vanished and only the memory of them remains. This stirs
    • through the gateway of death, remains united, through his forces,
    • creation and decay!” We shall see that really nothing remains
    • Baptist, Raphael and Novalis are mentioned.” For many the main
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    • attention, that out of a limitless domain of immeasurable
    • vision to that which remains. The visions which endure are those that
    • disappears is false, that which finally remains is true. Not in this
    • any further, but just wishes to remain at the visionary stage, that
    • make worse discoveries. We find that such men who wish to remain at
    • necessary for the evolution of the world that man should ever remain
    • and more spiritual. There remained outside ever less and less which
    • and more will enter into life and ever less will remain outside that
    • Karma again unites us on the physical plane. So we remain united and
    • find the true cause for remaining so in the fact that with all the
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    • today into a new and more general domain and speak to you of forces
    • You well know that when we study evolution in its main features, we
    • certain elements that have remained from the past. As you will have
    • normal and regular manner, and also what has remained from the past.
    • many remains of Greek culture. We know, on the one side something of
    • little of this remains that is of real significance for the soul at
    • in the legal, political and military domain that they still continue
    • but we can still detect in Greek words a strong feeling remaining from
    • remained, petrified in the word and grown strong and stubborn in
    • certain feeling which still remains today, a feelings shared by those
    • much of the spiritual force of Greece has remained. The influence of
    • remained behind. Just as in the evolution of earth and man certain
    • We have here a living instance of how something that has remained over
    • of Europe that deceive and tempt men. They have remained behind from
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    • been habitable for egoless human beings who would have remained on
    • remains. This is what he tried to do to the civilization of Rome. Here
    • earth heaviness, the desire to remain on earth, was given to man. The
    • the ability to portray the Christ remained with the East. The Jesus
    • world work also right into this domain. We can see how the breath of
    • akin to that of Renan in his domain. Strauss, however, does not turn
    • The main thing in all this is not Jesus as an historical figure, but
    • mankind. In this highly distilled form, however, it remains a mere
    • through all mankind, but remaining an idea, never awakening to life.
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    • forces play in that remain unknown. Yet it is good that they remain
    • may be added to what still remains unconsciousness, because enough
    • impulses but they remain in the unconscious. The impulses out of which
    • we seek remains false and seductive if it does not go hand in hand
    • I will bring forward next time what remains to be said regarding
    • seven years, in many respects it has remained behind. Such
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    • like letters that can be read. In this domain the meaning of existence
    • sees historical evolution in such a way that the human being remains
    • from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries? They are mainly the
    • times, to subconscious conditions of soul. The remains of this
    • the living souls of 1870, but only with what had remained behind from
    • something of the spiritual world, have remained silent concerning it.
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    • had remained behind in the service of the Great Spirit Tao. The only
    • Mongols were not conquered but remained the victors. Then, quite
    • did not go very far, the impulses remained in Europe in the state of
    • much force remained that a further attack could have been made upon
    • spirit to enter their domain, but external life must be protected in
    • domains we see aftermaths in the consciousness that is unfolded by the
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    • of France. All of it was to remain there, such was his will, and only
    • overcome what otherwise remained in the subconscious. Many Knights
    • not be allowed to remain. Gold — naturally everything is also
    • Frankfurt-am-Main in 1749, and to have had a Frankfurt councilor for a
    • will always remain unforgettable — a gesture of warding off; he
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    • order can only be maintained for a few more decades. A reshaping of
    • physical body, deep insight into the spiritual world. This remains; it
    • of the spiritual world while in the physical body remains so closely
    • celebrated two such festivals of which but faint memories still remain
    • and find in the ether the sun's content that has remained behind. In
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    • seek there the spiritual stream, to seek in the East what remained of
    • individuals. I can only maintain, and I hope that it will be brought
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    • thoughts. This means that these men have remained in a life of thought
    • that it is otherwise when this thing remains stationary and comes to
    • worked properly in another period becomes, if it remains stationary,
    • in a leading position, have in their lives remained behind in this
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    • continual dying in our heads, for which our Will is mainly
    • described above, and on the other side remain the old Philistine whom
    • maintains, would have been omitted if the Gospels had only been
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    • ideas. I had pointed out two great dangers in the domain of thought,
    • in the growing human being. But in this domain our feelings are to be
    • head-side of the man's being, there remains in man an inferior kind of
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    • content and yet we maintain our wakefulness.
    • This knowledge of the soul-spiritual of man remains one-sided if there
    • unable to maintain his full independence. But when undergoing this
    • maintain full control; standing beside us is a normal and healthy
    • anthroposophist would by no means decry, but would maintain that the
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    • maintaining it in a fully wakeful condition. He is now ready for the
    • remained of that living thought in humanity, something of that
    • would have remained dead'. Then we understand that the Divine Being,
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    • domain of cognition by the intellectualistic development of
    • whose real cosmic destiny was to remain identified with the will of
    • Michael combats — Michael, who remained above in the realm
    • By thus remaining steadfast within the divine-spiritual will, Michael
    • scale up to man in the physical world: it had to remain a
    • old saw the act of Michael, who remained in the realm of spirit in the
    • because he found him unworthy to remain in the world of spirituality.
    • seem fantastic to many of us — a form that must inevitably remain
    • do events take place — in fact, earth events remain
    • Dragon remains subsensible; he dwells in man's animal nature. But
    • being abstract, would not remain ineffectual but would manifest their
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    • inner picture of these. Yet he remains completely unaware of his
    • remain untouched by them. One can readily understand such an attitude
    • and then maintaining the same indifference toward them as toward
    • power. But objectively, in the domain of outer spirit, the Michael
    • called stupid, I always maintain that it is merely a case of his not
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    • have remained in us as memories or the like. In any case it is
    • human beings the dream remains an experience that does not pass over
    • being, appealing in the main to the capacity for feeling. And just as
    • where they continue to have their being. And what remained on earth
    • around the sun, which remained in the middle. I have spoken of this
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    • The indispensable factor in every domain of spiritual science is just
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    • not remain passive, showing the yellow or red colours which they have
    • what has remained as memory in the soul and has given the soul a
    • characteristic. If his countenance has remained quite smooth, that is
    • which remains in the soul as the result of the power of memory passes
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    • fragmentary remains which exist today. This wisdom was once the
    • which is united with the earth; there still remains the spirit and
    • at the spirit-form which remains after death we see that it bears the
    • remain quiet. If he said anything it had to be significant. It had to
    • Ahrimanic physiognomy. That must remain a purely psychic experience
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    • bodies remaining within the human skin while the astral body is
    • instance if we were childishly cruel) remains also in us but this is
    • away and is formed anew. Man remains as a form, as a spiritual form,
    • world remains throughout his whole life with an unchanged
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    • very like that which one receives as an impression in another domain
    • childish in this domain for the reason that the dead do not speak the
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    • all this had remained in man it would have taken possession of his
    • was separated off humanity could not remain on the earth. It had to
    • sending into the domain of the earth those things which he separated
    • are now in the domain of the earth, where man is surrounded by them.
    • And now we can say: By sending these castoff products into the domain
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    • continually transformed. It does not remain. The air which is driven
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    • pupil was made to press it also. Every pressure he made remained.
    • indentations he had made remained. Then he was left alone by himself
    • still remains a fact that the modern student must go through the same
    • initiating priest, the Initiator, remained with the pupil in the
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    • drawing me out into the whole Cosmos yet I remain actually together
    • which remained with the pupil as an inner grand and impressive
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    • Man has a thought. The thought does not remain within the skin of the
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    • alone remained in such a degree of strength and density that man
    • metal-beings. The corpse has remained of that metal-being which
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    • was lifted out and remained above it. It was as though the forces of
    • such, has remained stationary at that early stage.
    • has remained stationary in an earlier form.” That was the way
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    • remains over is formic acid. The oxalic acid is transformed in losing
    • possessed by the medieval alchemist had remained while the knowledge
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    • about that thoughts can actually be maintained in all their power in
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    • the various domains. Indeed, all that comes from
    • judgment that is needed in the domain of therapy.
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • perceive nature as the ancients perceived her, in all domains
    • of the men may have remained sitting there for the whole six
    • if we remain within the confines of the human being himself?
    • in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling that
    • but otherwise remain outside this image. Spirit and soul
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    • a few hints about this wide and all embracing domain. A great
    • of perception will not lead to the final goal in this domain,
    • remains, that the process of nourishment is still not quite
    • expresses itself in the physical domain.
    • a part, the whole process would remain in the domain of the
    • kidney system. There still remains the ego organization. All
    • kept in an ordinary open cellar, they would not remain fit to
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    • nerve-sense system is to be pictured as localized mainly in the
    • organization described in the last lecture as being mainly
    • being. This plastic element is the main field of action of
    • the change of teeth and puberty we are concerned mainly with
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    • in the domain of medicine, the most important thing is to make
    • to lead the necessary amount of food into the domain of the
    • evidence of what I am maintaining here you will find it in a
    • something remains over from the formative force proceeding
    • in the eye lies in the domain of pure optics. A great deal in
    • it penetrates into their domain. The formative force cannot
    • to its own life; the activity of the astral body remains too
    • whole domain of diseases of metabolism, from very mild cases to
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    • condition would remain halfway to the extreme, as it were; then we
    • break through to the spiritual scientific path, remains stuck in the middle.
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    • years, what truly engages in a creative activity, thus remains in a
    • remain stuck below in the organism; they are not carried properly into
    • soul-spiritual at the proper turning-point in life instead[,] to remain
    • forces that remain below appear somewhere and we encounter new
    • physiological and therapeutic matters remain stuck today, to be driven
    • out of himself, as it were. To do this, however, he could not remain
    • spiritual. This permeation with will activity remains unconscious,
    • of the physical-etheric something that should remain within it
    • illnesses, we remain purely in abstractions if we believe that
    • from normal life. But to remain stuck in simple description should not
    • dreamed up by those who remain stuck in abstractions.
    • stick to the crude aspects — for histology also remains at the crude
    • soul-spiritual domain. This is its tragedy. Here materialism itself
    • discover when the physiological therapeutic domain is fructified with
    • remaining stuck when seeking the origins of existence. The proletariat
    • If what applies to the spirit is compelled to remain in matter,
    • remain in matter, then materialism develops as a view of life.
    • remain honest enough to acknowledge it; instead it lies and maintains
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    • circles, it will nevertheless remain undesirable for an excessively
    • to comprehend how matters actually stood if he remained with an
    • remaining organism as such. We may thus say that when we speak here
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    • soul-spiritual and yet remain like an image of the soul-spiritual
    • otherwise remains unconscious. What is important here is that through
    • the most varied domains. I am saying these things to you, as I have
    • of finding any proof for what spiritual science maintains. This is not
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    • by those who are specialists in the various domains. Indeed, all that
    • needed in the domain of therapy.
    • myself clear, I need mention only the main points of difference
    • domains of human knowledge and capacity.
    • domains of knowledge, including that of medicine. When we pass out
    • have remained sitting there for the whole six hours. The other may
    • explain the formation of the fertilised germ-cell if we remain within
    • I think that in the domain of modern medicine there may be a feeling
    • they remain, in essence, outside this image. As Spirit and soul they
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    • only a few hints about this wide and all-embracing domain. A
    • will not lead to the final goal in this domain, because the complex
    • digestive activity still remains, that the process of nourishment is
    • domain.
    • regarded in the main as an organ of excretion. The excretory
    • were not present, the whole process would remain in the domain of the
    • into the astral organism by the kidney system. There still remains
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    • senses is to be conceived of as being localised mainly in the head,
    • organisation described in the last lecture as being mainly connected
    • main field of action of everything which I have described in these
    • between the change of teeth and puberty we are concerned mainly with
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    • carry through in the domain of medicine, the most important thing is
    • the necessary amount of foodstuff into the domain of the kidney
    • senses. Sight itself is due to the fact that something remains over
    • elements. Think how much in the eye lies in the domain of pure
    • it ought to give them when it enters their domain. The formative
    • the products of metabolism. And here we come to the whole domain of
    • and then also in the domain of heart and lungs, all that is akin to
  • 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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    • domain that had ever existed, even a short time ago. Perfectly new
    • aspect. The second leads us into the domain of equity, and this can
    • economically weak remain the uneducated. A certain connection has
    • maintained, especially in moments of crisis, except when the State,
    • i.e. the domain of law, guarantees the value of money, that is, the
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    • Eastern Europe will prove this, if it remains much longer under its
    • remain to be regulated by the economic system only the valuation of
    • without distinction of class, conditions, and so forth, the main
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    • remained stationary at their old points of view. They have not kept
    • untenable social conditions Even those whose own lives have remained
    • and equity, affairs will be differently arranged. In that domain of
    • decision passes from the purely legal to the cultural domain. Here is
    • this domain of life by a merely theoretical examination of the
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    • moved in other domains of modern civilization. Have we not seen that
    • with the subject maintains that there are two kinds of nerves (See:
    • remains abstract and foreign to life. While such ideas are current,
    • nature. Instead of remaining in regions foreign to life, it will find
    • already in his nature, may remain with him throughout his life. Then
    • World-War. Neither the Peace of Versailles nor that of St. Germain
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    • economic sphere, which otherwise must remain sterile, or must be
    • should actually be in force; the main thing is that people should
    • is effected and upheld. So that we may say: the main factor in the
    • especially in the domain of economies. For the system of trading,
    • trading system strives to pass, especially in the domain of economic
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    • prevailing? The whole domain of economic life will be drawn into the
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    • — such studies must have remained unfruitful. In England, above
    • quickly changing habits of life. The main character of economic life
    • remained essentially the same: but it was already adaptable to quickly
    • which remained more or less the same over long periods, and to human
    • in another domain. For life depends on contrasts, and can only exist
    • the infra-red. Here, for example, we come into the domain of
    • upward into Capital. Between them lies the domain which we must
    • in its proper place within the whole domain of knowledge. For, as we
    • domain, we speak of the value of a commodity. It is nonsense to define
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    • times as much: nor need we imagine that the main cause of the rise in
    • the State will pocket the difference: but the reality remains as
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    • of his labour to making his own clothes, and the remainder — by
    • or mainly so — in an absolute sense
    • it is of course impossible, but I mean mainly in this sphere — if
    • in the main his work is of the type that is organised by the Spirit,
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    • against the main stream of the economic process. In other words,
    • himself. Are these values to remain unused in the whole economic life?
    • remain in an altogether primitive condition if it could do no more
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    • tension — a tension which is maintained in equilibrium by the
    • penetrates into Nature and maintains itself there. Thus in all
    • be used up, until that alone remains which we may conceive as a kind
    • starting-point of Nature. That alone must remain which may be
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    • domain of economics, this formula is no less exhaustive than, say, the
    • therefore, which depend mainly on manufacture, become cheaper when the
    • anything. They declare that he is simply and solely maintained out of
    • who is maintained simply by the surplus value of the productive
    • can now decide the question: Who made the boots for the remaining 14
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    • have often explained, become confused mainly because they try to
    • economic domain bordering on the one hand on these relationships of
    • reciprocal valuation as between wheat, rye and other cereals remains
    • by which the economic process may be fertilised and maintained.
    • Today my main purpose was that we should acquire such concepts as
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    • movement, this theory has been shaken — the theory (maintained by
    • its reduction — the supply will not be maintained at that level.
    • such a concept about from one domain of reality to another, and as we
    • it really is so in any particular domain — then it is
    • possible in this way: For definite domains or regions (whose
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    • — in the main, at any rate, today — where the price is
    • implies that the forming of price within any economic domain is an
    • doctor to attend him. He remains ill and for three weeks cannot
    • example. France, therefore, was in the main a lending country. In
    • Boer War, where it was mainly a question of opening up the sources of
    • domain of political power — you have an example of this, for
    • the way they were arranged in those large economic domains which the
    • economic domains, concerning the relation, say, between the single
    • mainly based on trade, or within trade or commerce itself, competition
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    • part can use. Substantially, the peas have remained the same;
    • but economically they have not remained the same at all.
    • social organism. Here the domain of economics borders on the social
    • must allow to flow into the economic domain that which prevails in the
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    • You see how there play into the economic domain circumstances which
    • begin with, that at the frontiers of the domain of world-economy (if
    • those of economic domains bordering on one another. Relatively
    • speaking, a Science of World-Economy will have to follow. The domain
    • processes which emerge within a closed economic domain, independently
    • to solve is the problem of the closed economic domain — a
    • self-contained domain of one giant economy. For today the very
    • domain, we must see clearly that within the economic domain —
    • absolutely fundamental for the whole economy of a closed domain is the
    • who live in the economic domain. That is something which is simply
    • contained in any economic domain.
    • man. So long as we remain within this field, we must in fact regard
    • increased to A1, while B remains constant, B's product will
    • spiritual workers, for example, within a given economic domain,
    • the existence of a self-contained economic domain.
    • give away, maintained his Court Philosopher (which some may regard as
    • may become, represents an economic domain more or less self-contained,
    • for the maintenance of spiritual institutions.
    • material realm, may vanish within the spiritual domain? That is the
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    • economies representing a kind of closed domain. There we shall find
    • economic domain which is “World-Economy.” Loaned money
    • a self-contained economic system. And what does it do in the domain
    • we take the domain of purchase-money, the money will here represent a
    • certain value. In the domain of “gift” on the other hand,
    • the money has, in respect of all that obtains in the domain of
    • economic domain?
    • domains arise, so far as money is concerned: — the domain of
    • loaned money, the domain of purchase-money and the domain of
    • corrected by the three domains. If purchase-money sets up a
    • cheap money will flow into the other domain, so that on the other side
    • economic process clearly, we must not remain at the surface, merely
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    • maintained, we must now turn our attention to certain features in the
    • Whatever develops there, of the free spiritual life, will in the main
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    • You will have seen that the main object of our present studies was to
    • developed in some essential respects. Thus, in the main, I have tried
    • those which are mainly based on the elaboration of Nature, i.e., on
    • distributed over the whole of a “closed” economic domain.
    • require to maintain myself as a human being. Moreover, by this means
    • main value of it, economically speaking, consists in the Labour saved;
  • Title: Lecture I: Man's Life on Earth
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    • remaining Greek philosophers and obliged them to seek refuge in the
    • of Rome. The outer symbol remains; the inner reality is lost. But
    • “light” that is beyond, but remains all the time within
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
  • Title: Lecture II: Man's Life on Earth
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    • Imaginations are mainly used
    • speech, even of the particular language which was mainly theirs while
    • tiny aperture that remains. And then it cleaves asunder; two
    • should remain — such was their intention. There was in Italy in
    • inside out like a glove, then man would not remain man as we see
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    • the result of the experience remains in your astral body; the
    • inner picture, from the part of him that remains in bed, he feels
    • death. When man goes to sleep, he remains still in close connection
    • which he inherits from the Moon, enough to enable him to remain for a
    • had remained limited in this way, if men had continued to assume
    • friends, that we may in future remain together, however far we are in
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    • this remains to us in sleep. Memory is however always, as you know
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    • find that in its main events you can trace the working of certain
    • currents of the wind, — these are not the body, which remains
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • inserted into the human organism and that remain at its surface,
    • cleverness must needs remain within him. It has hold of him; his
    • remained behind in their evolution, — immature Mars, Jupiter
    • remained behind, — immature Moon, Mercury and Venus beings.
    • the Sun remains black, it remains a black disk. And we are rebuffed,
    • again, it remains the black disk that it was, but the Sun begins to
    • whom he should remain true throughout the further course of the
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    • birth till death, as you know, the ether-body remains united with the
    • ether-body even during earthly life. Though it remains in the
    • effect this entity remains in the physical body when we but go out of
    • being now remains with us after death so long as we are in the realm
    • first time after death we are obliged to remain connected with these
    • life, during which time we still remain in close connection with Moon
    • arrived at birth, only the “memory” of it will remain
    • steeped again in twilight; the Spirit-sphere remains with him in
    • spreads, the less will it remain a mere theory; it will pour out into
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    • remaining Greek philosophers and obliged them to seek refuge in the
    • of Rome. The outer symbol remains; the inner reality is lost. But
    • “light” that is beyond, but remains all the time within
    • hearts, let us then resolve to remain together in soul, even when in
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    • Imaginations are mainly used
    • speech, even of the particular language which was mainly theirs while
    • tiny aperture that remains. And then it cleaves asunder; two
    • should remain — such was their intention. There was in Italy in
    • inside out like a glove, then man would not remain man as we see
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    • the result of the experience remains in your astral body; the
    • inner picture, from the part of him that remains in bed, he feels
    • death. When man goes to sleep, he remains still in close connection
    • which he inherits from the Moon, enough to enable him to remain for a
    • had remained limited in this way, if men had continued to assume
    • friends, that we may in future remain together, however far we are in
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    • this remains to us in sleep. Memory is however always, as you know
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    • find that in its main events you can trace the working of certain
    • currents of the wind, — these are not the body, which remains
    • plants, the animals, nor for man so long as he remained an
    • inserted into the human organism and that remain at its surface,
    • cleverness must needs remain within him. It has hold of him; his
    • remained behind in their evolution, — immature Mars, Jupiter
    • remained behind, — immature Moon, Mercury and Venus beings.
    • the Sun remains black, it remains a black disk. And we are rebuffed,
    • again, it remains the black disk that it was, but the Sun begins to
    • whom he should remain true throughout the further course of the
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    • birth till death, as you know, the ether-body remains united with the
    • ether-body even during earthly life. Though it remains in the
    • effect this entity remains in the physical body when we but go out of
    • being now remains with us after death so long as we are in the realm
    • first time after death we are obliged to remain connected with these
    • life, during which time we still remain in close connection with Moon
    • arrived at birth, only the “memory” of it will remain
    • steeped again in twilight; the Spirit-sphere remains with him in
    • spreads, the less will it remain a mere theory; it will pour out into
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    • change, if man were to keep returning to an earth that remained
    • ancient mainland, Atlantis, which once extended into the place where
    • If we had remained at the stage of this ancient,
    • have both at the same time. While maintaining our I-consciousness, we
    • periods, at least something of the spiritual world still remained in
    • remaining in darkness, it might have happened that this significant
    • but rather, in the time remaining at our disposal, gradually to
    • essential, however, is that it should not remain teaching but rather
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    • essential events occurring in an age may remain completely concealed
    • will remain misunderstood if spiritual science is not there.
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    • able to distinguish clearly between them. The main distinction can be
    • remained. In ancient India, Persia, even in Egypt, there was still a
    • senses remained. Paul said that man should purify his forces, his
    • it is impossible for modern man to develop this ability if he remains
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    • through space or remaining, in appearance, at rest.
    • The question remains, however: are masculine and
    • advanced beyond a certain stage of evolution but had remained behind.
    • appears in the form of the female body has remained as if it were at
    • remained behind at a more spiritual stage; in its form it has not
    • female body we thus have something that has remained behind normal
    • be separated off. If it had remained in the earth, the earth could
    • evolution. The comet has remained at this stage, but now it must
    • itself in present cometary existence, because the comet has remained
    • we wish to shed some light on one main influence related to human
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    • the human soul. This age of Moses has remained effective in all
    • brain has gradually been drained off, and only a little still remains
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    • domain. He was then in a state of ecstasy; his sense of I was
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    • material substances that have remained backward; they have not taken
    • on the laws of the sun and earth but have remained at the ancient
    • far in its evolution, and such bodies as have remained at an earlier
    • Because a woman's body has remained behind in its
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    • interwoven but that in sleep the physical and etheric bodies remain
    • heavenly world, or Devachan, are projected, mainly into our breast,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided Foundation of the World: Part 1
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    • one who has rejected spiritual ideas is forced to remain in a certain
    • remain bound to the earthly sphere. The soul of the human being,
    • threads to those remaining behind, threads that are continually being
    • ruptured by death; they remain, are even closer, after death than
    • souls are prepared to remain in the earthly sphere. They become to a
    • prepare certain human souls so that they remain in the realm of the
    • to remain with matter even after death, however, in order to make use
    • clientele of souls is thus produced who remain within the realm of
    • brings about the procreation of souls who remain in the earthly
    • created who would not leave the earthly sphere but would remain on
    • remains unnoticed by Eastern people and perhaps by people everywhere.
    • the appearance of Christ Jesus to remain unnoticed.
    • sides through humanity but remaining relatively unconscious if one
    • the portal of death, remaining our faithful members — that such
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    • main factions there are other groups with different nuances. From
    • who maintained an attitude that totally rejected the revelation of
    • of darkness had remained above in the spiritual kingdom would they
    • that are applied to human life. The impulse remains, however, and the
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    • remainder of earthly evolution.
    • that will enable one to remain in the lodge of a brotherhood even
    • the remainder of earthly existence. How they will participate is what
    • an Ahrimanic/Luciferic retardation, being defended so as to maintain
    • There are mainly two powers that stand in opposition to
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    • draw your attention above all to a domain that in a certain respect
    • life. It must be a primary concern that this very domain is closed to
    • can say with a certain justification that these realms remain without
    • the lowest domain, the mineral realm. When he enters the spiritual
    • within a domain of forces that rule this animal realm. It is in a
    • easy to have to remain after death within a realm that is actually
    • I consider it my main task today, through such mental
    • be able to find His domain.
    • This must not remain merely an abstract truth, merely a
    • us remain together in spirit. This is the wish I would express as I
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    • works only upon the remainder of the organism, outside the head; and
    • it depends mainly upon the greater or slighter activity of the
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    • Goethe did, and attacks with might and main. For Goethe never
    • with the Earth existence does Life enter into the domain of that
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    • impression on the pupil. And the impression remained; he could not
    • cannot understand their light and consequently remain in the dark.
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    • that the inner being of man nevertheless remains unchanged, that the
    • able to speak to the human soul. Therefore remain in your mystic and
    • from sources which in their real quality and nature remain hidden.
    • man. If you study carefully what remains to us of his thought, then
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    • not remain among those who directed the Earth in unlawful manner from
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    • reality. Much of the ancient wisdom has nevertheless maintained a
    • living in abstract thoughts remains something external; man as it
    • remained, that which is there present. Man has a different
    • And in the most varied domains of life knowledge was still derived
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    • inscriptions in the astral light. And so it remained until the fourth
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • remain because of the pressure of the lunar sphere.
    • most fleeting of all; yet still it is such that man remains united
    • remained until this present. It is so indeed, my dear friends. If you
    • mainly to the subjective life; the new Initiation concentrates
    • to remain in the activity, in order not to spoil his faculty of
    • to enable him to remain within the Spiritual, for that is
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    • Outwardly they have vanished, but inwardly they remain. So is it too
    • Otherwise it remains an animal or vegetative process in him at the
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    • remained until the 4th century A.D. Even among the first Fathers of
    • go. Thence it rays back again. Thus it remains, so to speak, with the
    • remain because of the pressure of the lunar sphere.
    • again. Thereby the possibility is given for man to remain with his
    • is the most fleeting of all; yet still it is such that man remains
    • remained until this present. It is so indeed, my dear friends. If you
    • directed mainly to the subjective life; the new initiation
    • to remain in the activity, in order not to spoil his faculty of
    • taken to enable him to remain within the spiritual, for that is
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    • Certainly many Mystics have maintained that one must withdraw from God
    • as you please, but you still remain in Him, you cannot get out of
    • physical or chemical laws. To do so remains an ideal; it can never be
    • giving a knowledge of life. This knowledge of life must remain the
    • done; they are directed against what wants to remain as it was in
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    • the earth, maintains the life of countless elemental spirits. The
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    • spontaneous, elementary, and therefore remains unconscious. When we
    • dry and disturbed, instead of remaining linked to the deep roots of
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    • remain poor and retain his wisdom. So the king now went to his friend
    • remain here until we are released.” Presently the wicked spider
    • a wicked witch who lived in a forest on the edge of his domain. The
    • remained in its body. Now everything had been set right through the
    • remarkable clairvoyance, the remains of the primeval clairvoyance.
    • can see all those spiritual beings that have remained behind at the
    • then he remains in a sort of waking-dream state. In this condition,
    • There are indeed beings who have remained at the stage of the rough
    • something that has remained stationary on the astral plane, it always
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    • where it had to remain for three days. Or if the sea were not near it
    • whole community associated with this cult remained in an atmosphere of
    • it is right for the hearts and minds of those who remain behind to be
    • resurrection as the Christ. Yet it remains true that but for this
    • soul of man. To this day it has remained so; man needs the support of
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    • Earth-existence, which maintain him here, and from which — as
    • thirtieth year of life remains for present day humanity to a large
    • about that I must not remain subject to the iron Necessity with which
    • I was born out of the Moon forces. I need not remain, my whole life
    • maintains the human being when he passes through the gate of death
    • In earthly death man was maintained by the forces holding sway at the
    • Divine Father forces — remained for a long time, the
    • remained at least the memories of this; there was a science of the
    • time of the Easter Festival. For this alone has still remained. We
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    • movements of the wandering stars, nothing at all has remained in human
    • And what did he see? This in the main — all the other things he
    • remained is an abstract fixation of time.
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    • Christmas impulse must not remain a merely intellectual, theoretic and
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    • remains of the old Count whose life has been so full of experiences —
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    • Christ in His living activity within earth-evolution not to remain
    • are remains from the age which in the regular course of the evolution
    • markedly so since the last few centuries. They are remains from an
    • domains it is so. In his novel “The Mahaguru” Gutzkow
    • wanted to indicate something of the kind in an important domain. He
    • today — which is fully justified in the purely physical domain.
    • the present time in the domain of science, for everyone allows things
    • this principle applies in the scientific domain you can gather from
    • in peace be put to the test and then see whether peace is maintained!
    • remain united with my present form.’ — A man who thrusts
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    • external observation, in a domain that is extraordinarily
    • investigations are made in the domains of chemistry or physics where
    • onwards into the second main epoch after Atlantis, the etheric body
    • first main epoch after Atlantis), then comes the sixth and then
    • were to let things remain as the modern world-conception desires.
    • asylums.” — The people who maintain that the things of
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    • remained stationary, we can no longer see the spiritual in the physical;
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    • the main impulse of Greek art, of all true art.
    • as his first sketch which would have remained a fragment. Take the second
    • remained a fragment, he could not complete it; the project was too vast
    • things stayed as they were, man would have remained deterministically
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    • had not been kept. What remains is whatever in speech-formation passes
    • hour from now, a year from now, it remains what it was; nothing has
    • known people — artists, mainly — who hated
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    • (as its opposite suggests a remaining within our emotions, our hate)
    • only of this picture and do not maintain that when standing on earth
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    • else is needed. Since the entire soul life now remains living instead
    • secret laws of nature which, without it, would remain forever
    • is beheld as living image, it does not remain in the head as abstraction.
    • impossible. The head must be able to rest, to remain empty; arms and
    • one cannot remain in three-dimensional space, one must adopt the plane
    • far we have remained outside man, considering his surface: his healthy
    • of sickness, his soul cannot fill that body. We have remained on the
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    • of the body. Something remains over. The soul is able to withdraw a
    • cosmos; then you will have a conception of what remains over when man
    • the last upward-rising remainder.
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    • remain asleep any longer, more particularly in the domain of
    • child, in reality? A child remains a child for at most twelve years,
    • persevered with, then the child will remain pale.
    • child with a concept that is to remain “correct”
    • permanent; we worry him with fixed concepts that are to remain
    • and well-brought-up people were suddenly condemned to remain
    • set remain. This is not the case with all the members of the human
    • remain, but the softer ones are constantly being renewed. In the
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    • implanted tendency in the early years will then remain through the
    • In Germany the children remain in the “Kindergarten”
    • the remaining parts impassive should be taught as late as possible.
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    • fruit in autumn. Then they wither and die and remain in the earth
    • only a small portion remains, the rest of it being metamorphosed,
    • piece at the bottom of it has remained. The rest of it is present in
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    • School timetable. The "Main Lesson."
    • remain as long as possible with one teacher. When they come to school
    • experience the strangest things in this connection, and it is mainly
    • but we take one subject which we pursue continuously in the Main
    • so-called “Main Lessons” we keep very strictly to the
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    • whole. In subtraction, start with minuend and remainder, in
    • differently, with different addenda, but the whole always remains the
    • question of a pure number the whole remains the same, but the single
    • the remainder is a dead process. But if you start with the minuend
    • and the remainder and have to find the subtrahend, you will be doing
    • not forsake this realm of wonder but should remain within it.
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    • the feeling that man has when he remains in the subconscious in his
    • child comes to school and begins with Main Lessons in periods, as I
    • have already described; he has the Main Lesson for the early part of
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    • rooted in reality, whereas the intellect remains always on the
    • way they talk together or treat each other but which remain in the
    • task in this domain and was particularly gifted for it.]
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    • filtered remainder of ancient medical conceptions. These were not
    • other “humours.” In the case of the remaining three fluids, it was
    • medical thought was built up on the remains of the fading conceptions
    • remainder of clairvoyance, which Paracelsus and Van Helmont certainly
    • mainly constructed by forces acting
    • mainly constructed by forces acting from the cosmic
    • and even quite obviously, is the last remainder of ancient medical
    • are still many errors on this subject. Some hold the main essential
    • half of the last century he devoted much energy to maintaining that
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    • irregularities of the human organism clearly before us — they remain
    • indirectly, communicated through him. Nevertheless, the fact remains
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    • combining practice with sound principles, in the domain of
    • maintained that the more recent literature dealing with Paracelsus has
    • All the views maintained in that book can be thoroughly corroborated
    • leaves remain undeveloped; on the other hand the stem curves round and
    • capacity that belongs to cells external to man. They remain at an
    • manner. Modern science could base itself on the fact that the main
    • blood, which needs must remain inside the human organism, must be
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    • say what otherwise is set free from the gland, remains within it,
    • of the other main systems, circulation system, limb and metabolic
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    • the two, we shall need to mention many things that can only remain a
    • include all the main data of the patient's life. Some medical
    • What has been deposited as the solid element is mainly derived from a
    • Rather may we maintain that in the process of solution something is
    • these mercurial substances are mainly linked up with all that is
    • Indeed I would say that the soil of earth is itself the trunk, or main
    • the phosphor substance. So we may maintain that, in a certain sense,
    • mainly given in the grey matter of the brain. This is not so. The grey
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    • and I have already suggested that in trees the main stem forms a sort
    • Please notice here that what I maintain has not been derived from the
    • formation of seed. As we have seen, seed formation is mainly governed
    • What of man? We have already maintained that we shall not understand
    • points upwards. In man, however, it remains in the realm of functions;
    • domain of medicine, it is a fact that whatever remedy is prescribed,
    • simply something that continually seeks to maintain a state of
    • maintains order among the forces that permeate the material system.
    • tendency remain. These can be treated with some acid substance, which
    • plants remain within the realm of the planetary system; minerals are
    • extra-telluric domain. Those forces that lead to the formation of
    • follows: plants remain within the realm of the planetary system;
    • planetary extra-telluric domain. Those forces that lead to the
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    • mainly to space, but we must relate space to time. For man must be
    • is in the main the duty of the astral body. If they do not work
    • happen that the main group of symptoms — which is taken to be the
    • the development of carcinoma must always remain a mysterious factor in
    • difficulties and obstructions for the ego in maintaining its position.
    • them, at least in their main outlines. For we can only gain a true
    • are studying the two main types of temperature curve in pneumonia, and
    • element that obstinately maintains its separate existence, its own
    • inherent tendency to maintain the cellular process, without letting it
    • it depends on making the cellular process remain under the
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    • as closely as possible. In healing, the main consideration is always
    • and smell. In all that concerns the remaining senses, they lie further
    • in the intestines. The remaining region of the digestive apparatus I
    • We are already able to distinguish what is associated mainly with the
    • astronomical world from what is associated mainly with the
    • tendency to cardiac complaints mainly dependent on the sedentary
    • practice mainly regulates the spontaneous movements permeated with
    • scientific than what passes for science today. The bladder is mainly
    • There is a great difference according to whether the soil is mainly
    • mucoid (slimy), is mainly due to the nature of the environment.
    • hidden the astronomical domain in the external world as well as in the
    • akin to the extra-telluric, i.e. the astronomical domain, there is a
    • the sweet smell, the pungent smell and so forth to discover seven main
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    • Nevertheless the stark facts just stated, remain unaffected it is so,
    • nature, in which man maintains his individual entity as distinct from
    • held by gold, those forces mainly localised in the heart. To refer to
    • and remains within the region marked red in the diagram
    • deformations which remain in the physiological realm. To clear up
    • The main lines of cause and effect, however, are as we have here
    • ought not to be two separated domains. For that reason the themes of
    • particular statement remains unfruitful regarding treatment. For — to
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    • we reached a domain very far distant from our starting
    • It was most interesting to hear Dr. K. maintain in last night's
    • a leit motiv, a main theme in the search for the effects of
    • more in mineralisation. He finds that the main role of carbon in the
    • main obstacle to an objective assessment of the operation in the human
    • it is the main factor in our human constitution that we have the power
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    • individual cases. But the general validity of the main principle is
    • tendency, but which might otherwise remain hidden throughout life.
    • the facts themselves, further, to maintain that when sleep begins ego
    • us; these are oxygen and nitrogen. So these main components of the
    • occurrence, and consider whether their operation remains free, or is
    • You know that, in the terms of contemporary chemistry, the main
    • ingredients of albumen are the four main natural substances, carbon,
    • conceivably exist in the external terrestrial sphere; it cannot remain
    • meteorologically omnipresent mediator between these four main
    • are individualised in the human organism through the four main groups.
    • nevertheless localised within us, and remains so. There is a
    • substance — for during the first years of life, man is mainly a link
    • significance internally, so also the main metals enumerated here, are
    • boundary We may therefore maintain that the whole pulmonary System —
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    • guidance. And contemporary psychiatry is in such a sorry state, mainly
    • science finds that the etheric body of the patient remains as a whole
    • not the main factor under consideration. For the botanist, of course,
    • degree. Having ascertained the main formula, we should vary it,
    • the organs belonging to the four main groups or systems, the liver,
    • than to maintain their own restricted view. The opinion of the time is
    • liver process. The remaining manifestations stand midway between.
    • develops from the urge and therefore the urge is the main factor to be
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    • can at least maintain that it is extremely wrong to say them.
    • vehicles, and at the present stage of evolution its main sphere of
    • structure. Although we remain unaware of it in everyday waking life,
    • say that this framework in its formation has remained at the stage of
    • glitters away. Thus the debris remains within the body and
    • reason that remnants of the ego remain after they fall asleep. These
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    • measure, is in the main because an efficient ego-function helps to
    • forming of feelings and emotion. While the ego seeks its main
    • able to send our reason into the intestines, and do not remain
    • salts, is conserved in the bark. In plants which remain herbs, the two
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    • actually the main factors in regulating the subconscious life of the
    • regulation of human rhythmic processes is the main office of massage.
    • secondary effects of massage whether starting from the arms and mainly
    • head. From this it is evident that the main effect lies in the rhythm
    • the main factor rather than the colors themselves. The isolated
    • acts in a cooling way upon me then the effect is to be ascribed mainly
    • developed in childhood and youth, remains lacking, and only that is
    • naturally subtle organisations) which should normally remain latent
    • sure, calls on the organs which are destined to function mainly in
    • vigorous, or harm may ensue. Here is the domain in which owing to
    • up. Thus there remain in the life of the soul, factors not adequately
    • impressions so contrary to normal conditions that they remain confined
    • impressions. Thus they remain, as it were, in the soul where they are
    • and as they do not share in the whole development of man, they remain
    • organic development, had they not remained isolated impulses, they
    • But the main thing for consideration is that by this route it is never
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    • formation of our teeth, refer mainly to the period of childhood, in
    • What I have just maintained sets the stage for the whole prophylaxis
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    • breaking through from above downwards, and its main origin is as I
    • thinking activity is used mainly for the formative processes of the
    • knowledge can sometimes help towards a cosmic diagnosis, but the main
    • as diabetes, is also (while it remains localised in the upper sphere
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    • has been offered in this series, the main purpose is to learn more
    • structures for that purpose: it remains a plant, and yet it has the
    • remain. This is the interesting point, that the processes which are
    • them as a definite force. That which normally remains concealed within
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    • sense activities of the eye. But as soon as we enter the domain of the
    • well. For let me ask you to consider this: if we observe the main
    • in the main, with aqueous and fluid activities. But, in contrast to
    • If we have grasped the main currents of this internal activity, we
    • moves forwards, but that the digestive processes are mainly directed
    • and instead of the man turning his main sense attention and activity
    • diseases” in many respects have their main seat in the bodily organs,
    • body from the physical; but the main and essential origin of pain is
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    • Particularly in this domain we must refrain from jumping to
    • strictly medical domain. In the education of incompletely developed
    • children, we have mainly to do with defects of the will.
    • would otherwise have remained barren. It will be precisely those
    • while those who would be capable of producing good bodies will remain
    • will remains in the thinking. As soon as ever the child has begun to
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    • not take it seriously, and then nothing remains but to take our start
    • will he remain incapable of making any real progress with the child.
    • during that incarnation remained completely outside the field of
    • into the physical body and ether body, he remains outside them all
    • a manifestation of genius! Otherwise the condition has to remain as
    • that silence has to be maintained today about many things, just
    • a later time. If we are not satisfied for this to remain merely a
    • or else maintaining an entirely neutral attitude. And the decisions
    • if we want to accomplish anything in the domain of Curative
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    • is that you should come to see how in this domain too, sound
    • connection is maintained throughout life, from conception, from the
    • In one domain, and in
    • domains. The eye is regarded, as you know, in physics as a
    • he remains in the organ; and sleep which is healthy unconsciousness,
    • up, but remains unconscious.
    • again. The astral body will remain pressed against the surface of the
    • considering mainly the things that in early childhood lead the ego
    • a standstill with our spirit and soul, remaining within the physical
    • you see, like this. Man develops his human qualities mainly in two
    • remain in the finer, mental-picture-forming activity. If the astral
    • we shall be doing curative educational work of a kind that can remain
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    • Waldorf School — period lessons where, during the main teaching
    • moral sphere, it is mainly didactic methods that will be needed for
    • is, as you see, indeed the case that in every domain diagnosis and
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    • peculiar to that period, the abnormality remaining as yet quite
    • For the ego must maintain itself, it must hold its own. It cannot
    • certain symptoms indicate of themselves the main direction in which
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    • apathetic, if you are the sort of person who prefers to remain seated
    • are, as you know, three main ways in which we can work upon the human
    • maintained between change of teeth and puberty, and even increases in
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    • is of main importance for us as educators is the fact that, owing to
    • this inherited organism has itself remained small. Now there is room
    • will have remained an embryo longer than usual because it was too
    • yourselves, the body has remained quite powerless. Throughout his
    • products are not carried away with regularity, they remain; moreover,
    • failing to maintain her own organism in a condition that would render
    • organisation must necessarily remain weak. The ego organisation is
    • easier matter for it to remain there throughout the day. The extreme
    • is that while the child remains small in his physical body, his
    • aggravated. That, then, will be your main problem in connection with
    • shred of it remains — if you can have the patience to do this,
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    • giant embryo! You can see quite plainly that he has remained at the
    • child has in fact remained at that stage. Owing to the astral body
    • the child had remained longer in the womb of the mother. It is of
    • course an absurd hypothesis, but suppose the child had remained there
    • remain within you instead of coming into the world?” The mother
    • in the embryo time have been able to remain in the child. The
    • mother was accordingly able to make the main contribution.
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    • penetrated to the region of the will, but has remained more or less
    • thick and thin. The child does not remain at home in the family, he
    • his time. Something of the kleptomaniac propensity remains with him
    • properly. He had an immense head. The man had in fact remained an
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    • given number as remainder: Thus, we do not, as is usually done in
    • minuend and the remainder, leaving the subtrahend to be found. This
    • carefully how the boy's interests work. You will find they remain in
    • organisation is the main thing; everything else is produced from it.
    • maintain all the time this courageous consciousness, which develops
    • remain — and vestiges of vanity lurk in every corner and
    • intended to work within the astral body and remain there, and it will
    • children always show two main characteristic peculiarities: fair
    • case of a poor astral body, that has its seat mainly in the back of
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    • remains in bed. But when, as in the child we are considering, this
    • world; he remains rooted in himself. In order to render this
    • anyway, let us concentrate our attention on the main point. What L.
    • would rather remain in the realm of abstractions, would rather set to
    • transformed main ganglion. It was not until the nineties of last
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    • in the main to the system of metabolism and limbs, while after birth
    • certain words that have remained in use — lives on, here and
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    • and lectures dealing with a special subject would remain rather
    • observations in the domain of medicine.
    • the spiritual domain as we are accustomed to apply our modern
    • scientific methods to the material domain. Now it might appear
    • altogether to our sense-perceptions. We maintain that whenever
    • in order to allow a thought to remain present in the soul
    • intensified thinking, we come to know that which remains
    • remain empty for long. It fills itself. As the ordinary
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    • but when we come to consider the domain of therapeutics much
    • remains far more at the periphery, is concentrated far more on
    • within the domain of the physical body — to receive its
    • activity of the ear. Instead of remaining in the system of
    • domains of Anthroposophy; to begin with, there will be
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    • its main seat in the head, the head is constrained to develop
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    • would remain rather in the air if I did not begin with some
    • before coming to definite observations in the domain of
    • applied just as seriously to the spiritual domain as we are
    • material domain. Now it might appear to begin with to many
    • sense-perceptions. We maintain that whenever we go beyond this
    • but just in order to allow a thought to remain present in the
    • thinking, we come to know that which remains — which
    • remain empty for long. It fills itself. As the ordinary
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    • but when we come to consider the domain of therapeutics much
    • remains far more at the periphery, is concentrated far more on
    • domain of the physical body — to receive its material
    • Instead of remaining in the system of nerves-and-senses, it
    • this as in all other domains of Anthroposophy; to begin with,
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    • nerves-and-senses has its main seat in the head, the head is
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • balance must be maintained between these two configurations of the
    • apparent to us that we cannot remain at this point in our
    • intentions by quiet thought, and that he can remain with his
    • order to maintain health, must be in quite special relation to one
    • maintain the balance properly. Also, one observes in such cases a
    • remains as it is. The physical substance itself, when seen by
    • medicine mainly for epilepsy and similar conditions) — and
    • the etheric body. The physical body remains behind. The etheric body,
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    • been accumulated in the domain of biology, physiology, and other
    • balance must be maintained between these two configurations of the
    • apparent to us that we cannot remain at this point in our
    • intentions by quiet thought, and that he can remain with his
    • order to maintain health, must be in quite special relation to one
    • maintain the balance properly. Also, one observes in such cases a
    • remains as it is. The physical substance itself, when seen by
    • medicine mainly for epilepsy and similar conditions) — and
    • the etheric body. The physical body remains behind. The etheric body,
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    • people still remain unaware of the storm, yet the storm
    • stranger; and to this I remained a very thorough stranger. I
    • remain sterile and unproductive, when it comes to really
    • Empire. And then, whilst the remains, the remnants, of this
    • course of the discussion, there remains very little for me to
    • to their senses who maintain that the only one and undivided
    • people to-day, who maintain, that the only proper horse,
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    • remained in a physical state. Just consider how Irenaeus,
    • stress remained on everything that was physical can be seen
    • of the Christ figure remain the same. This poet did not have
    • still remains an ego that can receive the true Christ Being
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    • what remains is an extract, and that is taken along. But the
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    • the small opening on top that remains open for about a year
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    • remain on earth as He was intimately united with its astral
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    • supports and maintains all spiritual life in our time —
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    • a cave. There his body remained after his death in an
    • we might ask why the corpse of the oriental initiate remains
    • This body of his had to remain in the secret cave until the
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    • remains be moved upward through the wondrous heavenly fire?
    • Kashyapa's remains.
    • accept the remains of Kashyapa.
    • remains upward to divine-spiritual heights. The most
    • remained skeptical of the stories about Christ on the
    • Christ because they bore within themselves what had remained
    • others, were such human beings whose lives would remain
    • — heightened through the Christ-Event — remained
    • can the imperishable remains of Kashyapa be saved, and for
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    • remainder of the Graeco-Latin era, which lasted into the
    • baptism of John, a copy of this ego remained in each of them
    • remained as the imprint of the Jesus-Ego. Beginning with the
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    • spiritual. But then he had to remain in the spiritual world
    • be no new influx of spiritual forces. Only what had remained
    • has remained with me as an ancient legacy of these spiritual
    • I do not wish to remain in this world,” it would not
    • India the ego had remained deeply entrenched in the spiritual
    • tended to settle and remain in the East. That is why the
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    • all that much — did not choose the main representatives
    • only for the time necessary to maintain the connection
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    • Remains of Druidic culture in Wales, near Penmaenmawr. Inner qualities
    • men woke they felt that something was still remaining over from sleep,
    • blood circulation, which remain obscure in the deeper regions of his
    • place you can find the remains of the old Druid cults, fallen stone
    • of these mountains at Penmaenmawr, on which the scanty remains of two
    • from these remains that one of the tasks they undertook was something
    • think nothing of it, but the fact remains that there was none of that,
    • remains, and could read from them the information the sun gave them of
    • Nature; one seems to be part of it. I even met people who maintained
    • medicines out of the good elemental forces which have remained within
    • something remaining over from sleep — something which afforded a
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    • three main stages of human consciousness, though naturally with many
    • forward when the vision of the spiritual remained inward, but Nature, if I
    • there remained something of it on waking. Yesterday I described this
    • by saying that when men woke after sleep, there remained something of
    • have to put it somewhat as follows: As long as you remain in your
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    • Inspiration, and so on. But there did remain, at all event within
    • which had remained behind as Moon-forces in the Earth when the Moon
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    • cosmos, or if you had the same thoughts about some domain of life
    • “Last Supper!” What remains of that picture today is hardly
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    • to observe the forces which remain behind after the greater proportion
    • clairvoyantly. We must, therefore, use those forces which still remain
    • childhood when learning to stand upright there remain those which
    • become gradually aware of the forces that still remain in that body,
    • When a man discovers the forces that remain over from his learning to
    • what happened a long time before birth. In this domain there is a
    • knowledge of Spiritual Science, is apt to remain more or less
    • mistrust such persons, because in this domain forces may be drawn upon
    • sense. Thus the investigations in this domain are least of all subject
    • As we cannot remain together in space as we have just been — for
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    • the physical sense world, should at the same time maintain that the
    • that the Christ remained on Earth. For Christ had so united Himself
    • that it need not remain rigid but can thaw again under the influence
    • are, how intelligent, if they remain abstract, life will not be able
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    • would be able to work inspiringly on all domains of human life.
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    • remains up there in heaven and speaks to us only at St. John's time.
    • of this festival remained in a later age, when a poet said, for
    • Nothing remains of all this in the age of intellectualism except at
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    • luminous Nature as it was during the daytime remained also into the
    • messengers remain behind and reveal themselves in their own way.”
    • St. John's night dream, is what remained later of the wondrous forms
    • this there has remained what is connected with the visions, with the
    • Everywhere recollections have remained of these ancient times. You can
    • still remains unconscious, toward the season of autumn. Here lies the
    • livingly, must reform itself and not be allowed simply to remain as a
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    • which, lacking the definition imparted by the senses, remain
    • any way disturbed, instead of remaining the unconscious operation to
    • must not remain unintelligible to him and who will operate most
    • have been woven around it, there remains the picture of a young
    • and main for consciousness in the physical body; the man of the Fifth
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    • thoughts which are still remaining in the etheric bodies of the dead
    • remains fast asleep in him, and this it is which brings it about that
    • he does not remain for ever a child, but evolves further.
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    • main,
    • You know that what remained as the last,
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    • turned inward that nothing external remains except time, which
    • Now, although we look in recitation mainly for the metrical
    • into our will-nature, mainly bound up as it is with exhalation, all
    • the unconscious must still remain there when we are learning a
    • can train our breathing so that the whole process remains in a
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    • indication of our having abandoned the domain of the truly
    • has to learn in this domain must derive purely from what is learnt
    • English this famous ode remains unsurpassed:
    • produce is no longer in the domain of art at all – and this
    • Quand une main si chére eût
    • Ma main seule du mien a su venger
    • Ta main seule du tien doit prendre la vengeance.
    • A mourir par ta main qu’à vivre avec ta haine.
    • Apprentices of Sais by Novalis. In this novel, which remained
    • remains behind weeping. He wanders
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    • would remain pure music; and on the other, the pictorial, painterly
    • This character man experiences in the main through his inner being:
    • pulse-beats together into one long syllable, and the remaining two
    • speech-formation, is to make the will predominant. It is mainly
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    • Yet some maintain that to this day
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    • back to our main purpose.
    • Spirit; otherwise they remain in the realm of the Son-Principle. And
    • the whole earth is his domain, then we should have the very picture
    • maintains that Christ has sent the Spirit, so that, indirectly
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    • strictly maintained.
    • Rosicrucianism, but our movement extends over a far wider domain, for
    • the etheric body does not remain so firmly fitted into the physical
    • the temptation to remain attached to matter: in short, the temptation
    • to remain with the Guardian of the Threshold and not to pass beyond
    • to remain standing at any one point, but will continually stride
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    • etheric body; we know also that the main part of the etheric body
    • and astral body which remain behind. Thus the life-thread is always
    • Zarathustra-individuality. Hence the sheaths which remain are a
    • always with great minds, he really remained alone with his thoughts.
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    • pre-Christian and post-Christian times as orthodoxy maintained.
    • ventures to speak of the mysteries of Christianity should remain
    • They maintained that what had taken place in the depths of the
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    • body must be shed, it remains as a kind of force-body, which holds
    • etheric body remains with us, an extract we take with us from one
    • and king in the domain of his city — when we let all this work
    • from human nature, one cannot value the remainder as highly as the
    • form led unavoidably to a pessimistic view of what remains of man
    • Now what remains of all that has been spellbound within his existence
    • good or bad, beautiful or ugly, clever or stupid. All that remains
    • remains again a causal nucleus (E). It includes experiences that have
    • away, he remains united with God. He cannot fall into a tragic mood
    • that he is a righteous man and has done all he can to maintain the
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    • etheric body remain connected during the person's review of his
    • extract of it remains, while the main portion dissolves in one way or
    • the domain of the Phantom and permeate it. As when we pour a coloured
    • visible. Otherwise his physical body would have remained always
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    • they prefer to remain silent in face of the greatest question that
    • would occur, but he would not be conscious of them; they would remain
    • the physical body would have remained in balance. But then everything
    • remains on the surface of things and has no insight into the cosmic
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    • what he has become since that time. For he has not remained at a
    • element which had remained behind, and up to this time had developed
    • year remained untouched, and could not be touched in his
    • special conditions something may remain in the bodies; but it is not
    • the Phantom should remain untouched by the material elements that man
    • But it did not remain untouched. For the Luciferic influence brought
    • Baptism up to the Mystery of Golgotha, the Phantom remained untouched
    • salt constituents remained.
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    • The main thing is
    • individual who takes no esoteric path, but remains entirely in the
    • in no way maintain a belief that the Christ-Principle was at work
    • because the Holy Communion has been celebrated, has been maintained
    • people will remain for centuries more the right one for many. Things
    • Communion, will remain. Only it must be made possible that certain
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    • view. Of what domain did the Luciferic Spirits lay hold during the
    • independent of the Spirits of Form themselves; he would have remained
    • astral body would have remained in the sole possession of the Spirits
    • be; but in his life through all eternity he would have remained
    • remained in a state of innocence and purity in his astral body. No
    • and there he remains. Through the unconscious transformation of the
    • would otherwise remain in the unconscious. The torch of the
    • remains unconscious. Man has to win his immortality through his own
    • the spiritual world. He would have remained blind to the spiritual
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    • had been no Luciferic influence, if Lucifer and his hosts had remained
    • man would have remained a spiritualized animal — an animal who would
    • have remained far more of an angelic being if Lucifer's influence had
    • spiritual world opened before him. Man would have remained a child in
    • of which man is born and who would otherwise have remained perpetually
    • world and who had therefore remained invisible to ordinary sight when
    • (“Angra Mainyu”), the Being who opposed the God of Light proclaimed
    • Ahriman into fetters. Although Ahriman's influence remained and is
    • in the souls of the European peoples who had remained farthest in the
    • pupils of the Initiates but unable to remain at their level or men to
    • manifestations are something that has remained since ancient times as
    • collective karma of humanity but a relic has remained and this relic
    • are hindrances to occult investigation and in the domain of which we
    • main hindrances and in doing so introduce you to a mysterious
    • domain is constituted by the methods and trend of modern materialistic
    • its influence may even be crippled, remaining within narrow and
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    • history when physical remains of human beings are no longer to be
    • through the incarnations remains through all the stages. That is what
    • the age of the new, later human race. In the domain of communal life,
    • Theosophical Society has taken Universal Brotherhood as the main
    • to remain still and tranquil in soul, they are ever and again a source
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    • This refers to the third part that has remained behind, which however,
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    • secret laws of Nature, without which they would remain for ever
    • unscientific, but the fact remains that man cannot be grasped by
    • intellectuality must here be allowed to pass over into the domain of
    • disappear, until at the end there will remain only the tomb of
    • Fata Morgana and must so remain! Yet the human being cannot endure
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    • Gymnast, but the Rhetorician, one whose main training was the
    • remained the ideal of
    • education of children, even in this age of materialism, has remained
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    • The main
    • replaced by new ones, but throughout our whole life we should remain
    • are there by nature up to the seventh year to remain throughout the
    • — remain living throughout the whole of his earthly life, right
    • the most important domain of civilized life, we must count upon what
    • the change of teeth, up to the seventh year, can be maintained; the
    • child forces can be maintained until earthly life ends with death.
    • of childhood must remain in the human being up to the time of earthly
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    • intellectualistic thinking; with it everything remains external. One
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    • The spiritual values inherent in the education of children is the main
    • will really remains bound up with the organism longest of all. Until
    • in the ordinary recital of ‘word’ there remains nothing
    • This feeling alone remains in him: he must educate, he must approach
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    • remain in the horizontal position. The arms must also find their
    • questionable methods remain for the whole of the earthly life, and
    • psychology no longer need to remain shut off from each other as specialized
    • in later life, the child must be allowed to remain as long as
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    • solution of these problems. The reading of books is the main
    • of far-reaching significance for if this sense of insecurity remains
    • to remain spirits, and so invisible, intangible, because men are too
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    • taught the child in this way remains quite foreign to him. He is merely
    • this hillock is penetrated by the forces of air and sun. It remains
    • the limbs really maintain and support the metabolism of the body, for
    • In man, on the other hand, that which has remained, as it were, in
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    • The spiritual values inherent in the education of children is the main
    • organization remains with the physical body lying there in bed. When
    • of drawing and painting. All this remains in the etheric body and its
    • highest stages of instruction. And we can apply to the domain of
    • made of the 1 a 2, but the 1 still remains. The unit has been divided into
    • partition the 3 comes into being, but the unit always remains as the
    • must I take away to get 3,” instead of “What remains over
    • we have 7 is the real thing and that 3 remains is also real; how much
    • whatever it may be, we give one main lesson on the same subject for
    • everything we say must enter the domains of feeling and will in
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    • mainspring of all Nature-study should be the relationship of the
    • environment. The affairs of ordinary life often remain quite
    • being, but will remain mere phraseology, just so many rigid, barren
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    • him into the domain of art.
    • kingdom and also the domain of physics can be understood in the light of
    • discovery of man but a domain wherein the secrets of nature are
    • a domain in which he gazes into the mysteries of the whole universe.
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    • class-teaching, nevertheless remain utterly removed from
    • mainspring of our work. If this is so, then the teacher's
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    • meet the same thing in other domains too. There are people who
    • remains more or less on the surface. If we wish to gain a true
    • The child must, so to say, remain closely connected with
    • remains that during the time between birth and the change of
    • qualities. What remains with us as soul and spirit in later
    • reason why many phenomena of recent times remain unexplained is
    • enters right into life; it does not remain external.
    • he is then their natural and accepted authority. The main thing
    • remained at the imitative stage of childhood. Why is this?
    • human development for someone to remain in a stationary
    • cases of children who had either remained backward or whose
    • the formation of his physical body had remained approximately
    • carried into the second, and the latter then remains poorly
    • remained on into a later one, unless such a condition shows
    • as far as the blossom, but remain behind at the stage of herbs
    • and other plants where the green leaves remain stationary, and
    • fern has remained behind the buttercup! With the plant this
    • someone remains his whole life long an imitative being, or one
    • to do with people who remain at the imitative stage, but also
    • remain at the stage that is fully developed between the change
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    • mainly concerned with gesture; between approximately the
    • is mainly concerned with thinking. What thus makes its
    • developed mainly in the first third of these years, that is to
    • say in the first 2⅓ years. The main development
    • but other faculties enter in. We see therefore that in the main
    • not separate his thinking from reality, he remains always in
    • remained in the first third of the 19th century. When however a
    • during the first two stages of the second main epoch of life
    • of the second main epoch; from 9⅓ to
    • second main epoch the child is so organised that he responds
    • name of animism. It is maintained that when a child knocks
    • second has remained mobile and is not sclerotic. How great do
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    • have described, in the lower classes they remain somewhat
    • Main Lesson, which continues for the best part of the morning,
    • pedantic about this. In our Waldorf School the Main Lesson is
    • timetable, but these follow on after the Main Lesson.
    • usually experienced great difficulty in maintaining discipline.
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    • amended? The time remaining to the teacher after his school
    • the earlier one. All this time it had remained hidden within
    • etheric body works mainly on the physical body; the astral body
    • remains human at every age of life; so that he does not
    • become dried up, but remains fresh and alert and able to bring
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    • soul therefore remains free.
    • science. They maintain that religion is a matter of faith, and
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    • that it is good to treat the class as a chorus, or to maintain
    • one starts with the minuend and goes from the remainder to the
    • subtrahend; one does not subtract, but goes from the remainder,
    • that is to say, from what remains as the result of a living
    • children remain somewhat dead and apathetic, and the inevitable
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    • oriental culture and what still remains of it. Oriental culture
    • remained in the pose of the Roman. Greek movement was
    • remained when culture passed over into mediaeval times.
    • 18th century, had as its main purpose the training, one might
    • century, in order not to remain too much behind others, that
    • was all that remained of the old rhetoric. Now at the
    • realisation in Bolshevism. He himself remained an ordinary,
    • them. Otherwise they remain in the library, which is the coffin
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    • years to maintain the lower classes also.
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    • but while still remaining in the artistic element. When we have
    • remainder, from what is left, and you lead from this to what
    • the remainder came from. Here, too, you proceed the opposite
    • be overcome. And there would remain in the child when the
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    • long as we remain in the individual, in this microcosm, with
    • feeling, even if often quite delicately, so that it remains
    • remains a matter of complete indifference to you, and it is
    • with which they cannot approach reality at all; they remain
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    • plastically formative; social life is better maintained in
    • already begun, to maintain sheer recitative in the lines, and
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    • much this shade of feeling must remain a nuance of feeling and
    • only remains to desire that such a model education might be
    • let us take first the teacher who takes the main morning
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    • that until now has remained uncertain, that is, of all that has
    • conquests remaining for the individual to make, and those
    • people did not. The detachment from life can remain to some
    • that — with what remains to be built up by us on an inner
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    • really remained quite unknown, or at least unfruitful in the
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    • concepts which can really quite well remain in the unconscious,
    • remains a miracle, and we may as well call a miracle a miracle.
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    • remain in their memory. But even if you find this disturbing
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    • well begin it after the age of nine. It remains to arrange it
    • and thus it remains short.
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    • consider with an open mind that domain of spiritual life which
    • receives men's reverence to-day — the domain of religion. Ask
    • every domain, if the life of mankind is not to decline further and
    • but, if one takes them concretely,' then in certain domains one simply
    • questions must come to a stop somewhere in reality. If we remain in
    • domains that do not lie so close at hand. People begin thinking about
    • fully to maintain the life of the body. This applies particularly to
    • breathe in such a way that breathing maintains the nerve-sense process
    • directed to a very lofty domain — namely to the teaching of right
    • No, the main difference — the one that is really influential in
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    • remain in the spiritual world (and here we come back to what was said
    • conception. That has in the main the character of cognition. Thus you
    • did not do it in a measure with the very force which has remained in
    • in you. You might suppose it ceased with conception, but it remains
    • but must perish at the moment it arises; it has to remain as a seed,
    • human body so that it still remained blood and was not destroyed by
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    • Suppose you had to remain in the position of “Ah” in
    • evolution of the earth itself is maintained. It is owing to
    • super-sensible on to the sense world; but these drops would remain
    • is maintained. Without human corpses therefore, the earth would long
    • single crystals could not have maintained themselves. We draw the
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    • life, something remains over. The three Spiritual Principles:
    • which does not yet express itself, which remains behind in the soul,
    • a remainder of every resolution and act of will lives on and continues
    • remains.
    • body, soul and spirit. The body, at least the main constituents of it,
    • inherited characteristics. The soul, in the main, is a principle which
    • that part of man which remains over after death was called the
    • Manes: people said that after death there remains over, the
    • differently. There is much sinning in this domain. Men regard it as a
    • soul this wish is the first element of all that remains over after
    • death. It is something of this remainder which we feel when we say: we
    • resolution. This intention remains like a seed in the soul, and the
    • “wish.” Hence Herbart maintains that the very idea of a wish
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    • accompanies the feeling in the sense impression remains as a rule
    • remain in this condition, it must be permeated with thought, by idea,
    • to remain only sympathetic, as they are sympathetic in childhood, we
    • content of the judgment remains firmly fixed outside the realm of
    • In studying the human soul we only gain true insight if we remain
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    • upon your shoulders and upon the remaining part of your body, it is at
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    • feeling-willing, our life of desires and so on, remain in the inner
    • and blood nature within the human being. In between there remains a
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    • whole world would remain vague, just as all cats are grey at night.
    • that is immediately carried over into the domain of the nervous
    • balance. These senses are mainly penetrated by will activity. In the
    • parts. The form of the circle is not content to remain mere form as it
    • is to the sense of movement, neither is colour content to remain mere
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    • will not remain the same throughout his life, but will change as the
    • which can remain with him throughout his life. You must not give him
    • not remain with him — rather must you give him living concepts of
    • being. This is something that can remain with him. But the concept
    • remain. In fact it is the most beautiful thing you can give a child in
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    • certain parts of the spherical form remain visible, as with the breast
    • system a part of the periphery remains. In the limb system it is more
    • an inner part consisting of the radii of a sphere that remains over;
    • creator of materialism in this domain of the doctrine of evolution. It
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    • remaining lectures to a description of the human body, we will throw
    • that the head is mainly body; the chest is body and soul; and the limb
    • the head body. He can remain in the environment. For man's spirit and
    • child's growth in an unhealthy way, so that he will remain short and
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    • sense-world that surrounds it and maintains it, for there is a
    • really remains in you? You can look at a human being. Imagine that you
    • like to maintain you in animality. It gives you the forms of the whole
    • of this animal nature, the remaining organism struggles against
    • breathing unites with the remaining nature processes, which however,
    • Now there remains the question: in considering the human being
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    • and waking; the more, too, shall we maintain normal life in the
    • conditions this must remain an ideal for the time being. And I must
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    • between, that (from one aspect) maintains the balance of these
    • limbs being pressed inside than remains visible outside — then
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    • maintain itself, must be rooted in the venerable past. Perhaps it is
    • particular domains of practical life. Thus it was Emil Molt, of
    • religious denominations maintain and spread this life of the spirit.
    • and death.” But what we achieve in this way remains a belief,
    • it remains a thing we think and feel. It is becoming
    • What domain of life most calls for a dealing with the spirit? The
    • domain of teaching and education. In education we must comprehend man
    • must be based mainly on the principle of authority, the authority a
    • If the child is coming into the domain of logic at the age of puberty,
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    • elucidation — not with any intention at all of maintaining that
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    • rely mainly on authority; and that for him to trust to an example he
    • expounding, was to find out from all domains of physiology, biology
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    • on the purely spiritual domain. From what I have said so far in
    • practical objects in view. Thus it should be realised that the main
    • main task of the teacher or educator is to bring up the body to be as
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    • In the art of education with which we are here concerned the main
    • place; it will not remain the same. Its nature is only complete in
    • camel. Observation alone makes no sense in the domain of life.
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    • serious child — he will remain indifferent to the comic things.
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    • that he remains in touch with present-day life, with the social order
    • The arrangement in the Waldorf School is that the main lesson shall
    • take place in the morning. The main lesson begins in winter at 8 or
    • main lesson is that it does away with the ordinary kind of time table.
    • morning. This is the time in which we teach what lies outside the main
    • noticeable when the education passes over from the more psychic domain
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    • the domain of the soul, the psychic domain, and for that of the
    • figures) the second colour — which comes mainly on the veils
    • colour over it mainly falling on the veil, which expresses the nuance
    • But actually if one once has the fundamental key one can maintain it
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    • disgust, which remains unconscious but which influences his whole
    • why then what indeed would remain for us to do in the world?
    • enlightened in the domain of natural science as we are; but earlier
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    • Then precisely in this area one must maintain a strict separation between
    • must prevail: that was the first and remains the first; it began with
    • the right arm, and so on, so that the child remains in motion and the
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    • is outwardly objective. When we remain within the realm of speech, these
    • it straightaway so that you start above maintaining the “U”
    • it must remain an “O”. Now increasingly faster.
    • must thereby stand on tiptoe, however, and bend outward, remain so standing
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    • he remains more within and does not go completely out of himself but
    • in the outer world, one doesn't wish to remain in oneself, one wants to go
    • entering into the outer world too sharply, to remain in the inner.
    • that this going out of oneself is difficult, that one would like to remain
    • remain thin by the E. Attention must be drawn to these matters because
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    • a weck digestion that the food remains lying in the stomach —
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    • This idea must be maintained throughout. But I have never recommended to
    • for at least seven weeks. Thus one can maintain — without necessarily
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    • disengaged, dissimilar in that they remain receptive, perceptive and
    • — which go out in ordinary sleep — remain within the organism.
    • polarity: what remains here in the subconscious as polar content plays
    • will in the entire remaining limb-metabolic system, which stimulate
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    • of plastic forces that are unable to remain within. Thus these forces
    • powers. When one wants to affect all that has remained in the human
    • nevertheless remain, when man attempts to prevent this tendency from
    • remained mere indications — may work on in you and become active
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    • in general, as long as it remains within the appropriate limits, can
    • which the physiology and anatomy of today maintain he is. He is that,
    • in addition. He maintains one should not add anything to it. He does
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    • visible music. One can go even further and maintain that the movements
    • In this domain also we have had good results among the children of the
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    • maintain the human head. And if sometimes you yourselves feel
    • that we want — there we get everything that maintains our chest
    • average diet: they maintained that one hundred and twenty to one
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    • head, in such a way that the salt remains salt. It is really not
    • still in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The
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    • is asleep, the sentient body remains in bed with the physical and
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    • to go through life with this faculty remaining mute and undeveloped.
    • perhaps has not been completed and he might have remained another 200
    • Devachan by remaining there that much longer. Such laws lie at the
    • higher animal, of which nothing remains any longer on the earth
    • body. All the animals that remained behind as stragglers, such as the
    • physical body, mainly to the level of “air.” In the
    • domain of air before they could emit sounds. Now, the first, most
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    • has lost the consonants, though the vowels still remain. In the
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    • eliminated from it, but at the same time it remains feeling through
    • outward but remains bound to man himself. It is genuine feeling that
    • remaining mystery traditions clairvoyant cognition is also called
    • filled the empty spaces that remained after he no longer beheld the
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    • post-Atlantean age during the period when people lived mainly in the
    • would have remained forever hidden.” The secret of human
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    • much that in earlier times could remain in the unconscious.
    • occultists and, in a certain sense, has remained so to this day.
    • from other current forms of propaganda. In these other domains, people
    • superficially — it usually is, and remains, pure abstraction.
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    • infatuated with their own programme, maintaining that it will bring
    • with the result that they remain dull and stupid as regards the
    • drinking are to the maintenance of physical life. For if man's
    • would still further increase that all that remains of the Dead is
    • for them in the material domain, or in the field of physiological or
    • Here, in many domains, with weapons of knowledge no less dangerous, a
    • in the survivor in such a way that this influence remains in the
    • Science these signs will remain unintelligible. And because the times
    • remaining open to us for the arrangement of meetings, I do not want to
    • In this sense, my dear friends, we will remain together.
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    • environment; thus he no longer remains outside but lives within the
    • attainable through Inspiration and Intuition remain hidden from the
    • is not easy to maintain the connection between everything belonging
    • Jesus remained behind in the temple, how his parents sought and found
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    • inspiration to the most childlike of men. All that remains childlike
    • elements were the first to be lost. What remained was often a lower
    • was to abandon all the faculties that had remained to him from his former
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    • normal humanity this was no longer possible. Inherited remains of the old
    • men was among the very greatest of teachings and will remain so for
    • These influences have remained with him from earlier incarnations.
    • his last life in the form of a vast picture. The main part of his
    • an extract or essence of this etheric body remains; he bears this
    • remain in his Linga Sharira as a residue. Buddha saw in the inner
    • the present cycle of existence there is insinuated what has remained
    • insinuates itself into man from what has remained in him from
    • knows nothing has remained behind from earlier incarnations. This
    • body, he can, if he so will, acquire a knowledge that has remained
    • things. Secondly, man must become independent of what has remained
    • any element remaining in him from former incarnations, he surrenders
    • freshness of youth is maintained during the period between the second
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    • comprising the present Earth and Moon. If the Earth had remained
    • in existence, one main pair (Haupt-paar) which had retained
    • receive the weaker souls; the descendants of this one main pair were
    • main pair.
    • These were the most direct descendants of the main pair who had lived
    • remained young in the truest sense. It had not been led through
    • generations and unbroken sequence be maintained until the last
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    • According to the usual view, John remained in Palestine, but in that
    • Jordan. The mother who had remained to him harboured within her the
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    • Buddha we should find that part of his being was obliged to remain in
    • of the people there should remain behind that of the people of India,
    • Thus a people who developed in a quite different way and remained at
    • stream remains in a certain respect undeveloped, having not nearly
    • first. Having in the intervening period remained youthful, it is
    • unknown domains) but as one liberated from all family connections and
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    • been acquired, it still remains for us to follow the further
    • takes place mainly between the seventh year of life and puberty. This
    • remained at the stage of Old Moon evolution. The human astral body
    • dealt with from a different aspect. Man might not remain as he was
    • This sphere is withheld from the arbitrary power of man, remaining
    • is hidden that which has not yet descended but has remained above in
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    • centuries, has remained unchanged, and that conditions not existing
    • stream of culture in which the spiritual had maintained mastery over
    • remains with them as a heritage. The rest of humanity ascends slowly
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    • In another domain a
    • most important passages in the Gospel has remained hidden from
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    • science is destined to illumine in the domain of natural science. If
    • are domains where investigators are faced with the fact that there is
    • Gospel of St. Matthew. ‘As a heritage from olden times there remains
    • the intellect; the link must be with that which has remained from the
    • whosoever is united in Christ's name with what has remained from the
    • significance of what has remained ‘childlike’ in man and
    • It is essential to pay heed to what has remained ‘childlike’
    • realise at once that a very great deal has inevitably remained
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    • almost unquestioned assumption, which remains unspoken and sometimes
    • mainstream of life have grown into their existence.
    • move in the mainstream of contemporary life.
    • mainstream of civilization. How they devoured what they heard! It was
    • mainstream life kept drawing people in, and how on the other they
    • clear how difficult it was for some people to leave the mainstream of
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    • something which has remained little more than an ideal. In this area
    • cosmos and take a fall! You have to remain firmly grounded in the
    • remains: Why is it that Schelling does not advance to the stage where
    • so on swear holy oaths of secrecy, but what remains of our secrecy if
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    • to raise what remains of past experience from the depths of the human
    • remainder of the lectures how necessary it is that I deal with these
    • domain. There can be no doubt that the appearance of Blavatsky was
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    • something pictorial. And this Christian teaching remained
    • something from their previous lives on earth remains active. There
    • what has come over from a previous life remains dissatisfied. That is
    • topic I want to address in the next lectures. It remains only to
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    • The tradition remained. The Gospels existed, kept secret at first
    • opportunity to maintain the memory came to an end in that moment in
    • That is why one of the main dangers facing the anthroposophical
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    • body decomposes, a single atom remains, passes through the time
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    • main thing was that positive spiritual work was undertaken at each
    • manner in which Count St. Germain
    • spreads. But as long as it remains the property of a small group of
    • field. At first they remained rather in the background. Until 1919 or
    • 1920 the scientific work of the Society remained a hope rather than a
    • third phase the scientific aspect remained a hope. For scientific
    • long as the Society remains a small group of people. The way in which
    • will remain outside, but they will be led increasingly into the
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    • child was born in Frankfurt am Main in 1749 who was blue at birth and
    • Nietzsche's, which had maintained its integrity. One day he realized
    • blue blood. The blood remained redder in the veins. The law governing
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    • which build up the main stem. On the way here yesterday evening by
    • dream-fantasies about the spiritual, it will remain forever unknown
    • to us. We remain in the world of conjecture; we share a belief, but
    • enthusiasm. Consequently the spiritual world remains a closed
    • concerned only with externals and so remain a spectator outside
    • was about to be initiated: if you remain within the world of Maya,
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    • now entered the realm of sleep, but remained highly
    • and still remain awake. Then the phenomenal world will no longer be
    • remains awake and that is permeated with the spiritual, we can then
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    • void. We must remain in a waiting attitude. We must keep a firm hand
    • and remain self-reliant, we can say: a spark of the divine is within
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • any sign of consciousness remains. If we have prepared ourselves in
    • consciousness that is centred in the cranium man always remains in a
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    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • experience; it remains in the subconscious, below the threshold of
    • remained veiled and escaped one's gaze.
    • aspects. They never used the term Natura. They never maintained that
    • someone were to remain awake for a longer period than yourself, then,
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    • naive outlook of earlier epochs? He maintains that these
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    • thinking and memories are silenced, we remain none the less aware of
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
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    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • in whom all this remains in the subconscious has no contact with
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    • plant we perceive that the violet is a being that remains within the
    • weight remains. They also harbour the Ego. Thus the Ego is diffused
    • that remains to us. When we take in the magnificent spectacle
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    • remains fully conscious in this dream life which is as real to him as
    • teachers in the Mysteries how to remain fully conscious in ordinary
    • take himself firmly in hand so that he maintains full
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    • remains that things will take their normal course for man by virtue
    • second man stays within the body and remains linked to the ordinary,
    • waking consciousness and could maintain this condition, he would then
    • times on a false track. If we remain on Earth and are content to
    • Initiation we may have the vision of an Archangel, but it remains a
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    • will which is subject to the influence of warmth, but it remains
    • a man who maintained that, just as a stone falls to the ground, so if
    • and maintain the normal channels of consciousness, all
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    • which build up the main stem. On the way here yesterday evening by
    • dream-fantasies about the spiritual, it will remain forever unknown
    • to us. We remain in the world of conjecture; we share a belief, but
    • enthusiasm. Consequently the spiritual world remains a closed
    • concerned only with externals and so remain a spectator outside
    • was about to be initiated: if you remain within the world of Maya,
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    • now entered the realm of sleep, but remained highly
    • and still remain awake. Then the phenomenal world will no longer be
    • remains awake and that is permeated with the spiritual, we can then
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    • void. We must remain in a waiting attitude. We must keep a firm hand
    • and remain self-reliant, we can say: a spark of the divine is within
    • over the Earth sustain our heart and maintain the normal
    • any sign of consciousness remains. If we have prepared ourselves in
    • consciousness that is centred in the cranium man always remains in a
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    • organs, but they always remain in the subconscious. The region of the
    • experience; it remains in the subconscious, below the threshold of
    • remained veiled and escaped one's gaze.
    • aspects. They never used the term Natura. They never maintained that
    • someone were to remain awake for a longer period than yourself, then,
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    • naive outlook of earlier epochs? He maintains that these
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    • thinking and memories are silenced, we remain none the less aware of
    • astral body and the Ego should always remain without organs, without
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    • relationship. It is an age in which the main impulses for the Earth
    • body, remains more in the background, and other spiritual beings who
    • in whom all this remains in the subconscious has no contact with
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    • plant we perceive that the violet is a being that remains within the
    • weight remains. They also harbour the Ego. Thus the Ego is diffused
    • that remains to us. When we take in the magnificent spectacle
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    • remains fully conscious in this dream life which is as real to him as
    • teachers in the Mysteries how to remain fully conscious in ordinary
    • take himself firmly in hand so that he maintains full
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    • remains that things will take their normal course for man by virtue
    • second man stays within the body and remains linked to the ordinary,
    • waking consciousness and could maintain this condition, he would then
    • times on a false track. If we remain on Earth and are content to
    • Initiation we may have the vision of an Archangel, but it remains a
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    • will which is subject to the influence of warmth, but it remains
    • a man who maintained that, just as a stone falls to the ground, so if
    • and maintain the normal channels of consciousness, all
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    • The main intention of
    • remains that this arises not from strength but from weakness
    • who maintain nature. In all natural existence there are
    • within him to maintain his link with the spiritual-soul being
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    • strange to him. So what we can say in this domain is like the
    • what otherwise remains a mere skeleton of ideas. Please do
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    • beginning of the Saturn period. It was mainly these two
    • If he remains
    • have been compelled to incorporate into our main building all
    • they are not seen, when they remain invisible. Let us suppose
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    • maintaining of inner soul energy, should bring about in
    • of the human soul can be foreseen in this domain. Let us pick
    • remain like this for your meeting with divine mercy. You
    • are also windows through which, if we remain in the
    • can read the cosmos. Yet we should remain humble, for the
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    • reason. They maintain that what made life so rich and fresh
    • remain something that can cause a bit of a sensation, but
    • not just want to let it remain a study, but will want to have
    • do not remain connected with it through living activity. It
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    • not the main thing when it comes to the solving of riddles of
    • else to maintain our consciousness when we have slipped out
    • of our physical body. What we have to do to maintain our
    • main reason that led us to make the Goetheanum building a
    • for example, remain united, even after physical death, with
    • would be of use to some of you. I was mainly describing
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    • in the main building. If we were to cancel the
    • side motif (south portal of the main building) has shrunk to
    • With the main building in mind, imagine that here (south) you
    • transformation motif for an annexe of our main building which
    • annexe would be transformed into the main building.
    • that this metamorphosis of our main building shall be
    • main building and the annexe changing from one to the other.
    • main building which becomes the chimney). If you have a small
    • with such love that even in sleep they wanted to remain bound
    • outside the body they maintained a contact with it in this
    • either from inside or from outside, but remain connected with
    • self-love. The connection with the body has to be maintained
    • must remain bound to the body that belongs to him in physical
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    • thoroughly watery body. Air and warmth naturally remained, but now
    • Something still actually remains of all that was there
    • in existence, everything had to fly, and since the air has remained
    • spiritual-soul nature is born at the same time, and this remains. It
    • spiritual-soul element remains without becoming a physical human
    • eggshell remains as long as the bird must protect itself inwardly
    • corpse of the earth, the remains of a living body, in which man and
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    • inside; there the bulk of flesh is the main thing. That belongs to
    • eaten in the present way, for it would all have remained lying in the
    • remaining from these wing-like structures, and that is moulting, when
    • all could have remained as it was without becoming our present earth.
    • remained with thick fluid for its inner nucleus and thickish air
    • remained in the earth, minerals could never have been formed, and
    • less as they glided along in the dense fluid, they became in the main
    • cartilage as it has still remained in the fish. All these things have
    • in a certain way remained behind and atrophied, for in the earlier
    • remained active in human reproduction.
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    • is only the last remains of what was once essentially different. If
    • them, and around us the air-envelope containing mainly nitrogen and
    • Nitrogen and oxygen, however, are only the main
    • stratum on which we walk [white]. Now, as long as we remain on foot
    • there it would lie. Now at first it remains on the surface. But, as
    • rain. There it will remain, and after some time the whole animal is
    • Danube, this main mountain range in Switzerland, is not to be
    • naturally says: Those strata are the oldest in which the remains of
    • remains in the latest strata. In the oldest strata one finds fossils
    • teeth have remained. One finds casts of the teeth of a kind of
    • so on. But one has to know how much has remained of them. Let us
    • body remains as coal. The coal we mine today is the remains of
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    • suitable name, so he called these remains Pithecanthropus erectus.
    • to maintain himself and develop quite freely, where he was protected.
    • man remained imperfect. So we must say that the ape descended from
    • nor man but something between. The one remained imperfect, the other
    • the remains found in the south of France or in Sicily. They belonged
    • remains, the rest passes away. And so it is the next day, and the
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    • remained in this region, here, where the land has been preserved.
    • humanity who lived in ancient Atlantis, of whom nothing remains. For
    • even if remains did exist, we would have to dig down into the bed of
    • However, what has remained of the Chinese and Japanese
    • absorbed everything from the Europeans, and what remains of their
    • Chinese in them — and there always remains a little —
    • something there. Whenever we've had a meal and it remains in our
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    • substance to maintain the human head. And if sometimes you yourselves
    • that maintains our chest organs. But cast an eye up at the plums and
    • of protein for the average diet: they maintained that one hundred and
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    • the salt remains salt. It is really not changed except that it is
    • in the stomach and intestines; it does not remain protein. The human
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    • poetical imaginations, so that what remained of it is now just taken
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    • smelling has taken place and only tiny vestiges remain of the
    • mastery over these blunted remains of sense organs. And so a child
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    • produces only five petals, remains so small and at once produces this
    • in fruit formation it remains behind.
    • We have made a beginning with agriculture in the domain
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    • the time of full moon, when I maintain that you will get more
    • domain, for spiritual science, anthroposophy, surveys a much wider
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    • erupts. He maintained further that floods also come about for the
    • maintained. Actually there is no other proof of it than the fact that
    • thrown together in the cosmos, mainly from the earth. What does that
    • got then? Well, one has the whole process. The main mass of the moon
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    • is maintained that Sir Francis Drake
    • Now think of this: If the comet had remained whole, our
    • had remained as they were in the year 1832, that is, if the comet had not
    • remained as it still was in the 18th century, a collision would be
    • correct to the breadth of a hair. But the comet had not remained as
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    • the same in the domain of industry. They did nothing but reckon and
    • complete knowledge of the human being. In the domain of education,
    • remained?
    • again with every breath. Yet he remains — remains alive for
    • one day. Our soul remains while the breaths change. When we have
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    • The remaining
    • inevitable that these inner faculties should remain as they are now, equipped
    • these problems, maintained on the ground of his own inner experience that
    • by. But spiritual research has no meaning if it is to remain the possession
    • remain unanswered, men are left desolate and empty, and precisely they are
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    • that originates in earlier lives, works on from life to life, and maintains
    • inner image of the rose remains with us. We must carefully distinguish these
    • Ego has not reached the stage that would enable him to remain calm and
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    • unique characteristic: a man can strive for it while remaining entirely
    • reflective thinker. With Prometheus we find the products mainly of creative
    • For the mere reflective thinker only one thing remains. While the creative
    • the truth that remains hidden from the reflective thinking element in the
    • at any time for remaining content with something already known. On the
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    • in any direction, as a human Self, unless it maintains in its thinking a
    • devotion, and it must maintain itself in face of the external, the unknown,
    • the super-sensible. What becomes of love if the Ego fails to maintain itself
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    • explained, when a man goes to sleep his physical and etheric bodies remain in
    • is not content to remain enclosed in the inner life but wishes to go out and
    • deep kind — knowledge that does not remain grey learning but is
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    • knowledge are at that stage; or what remains hidden because at that time
    • maintain that there is something in human nature which separates itself
    • bodies remain in bed, and we separate from them what we call the
    • vanish during the night and be reborn anew every morning, but must remain in
    • real shillings. It is wrong, however, to maintain that there is no difference
    • to bear on them. In all such cases the impulse is always to remain on the old
    • result may then be that the soul, though itself remaining weak, gets the
    • ourselves incapable of maintaining a normal relationship with the outer
    • the soul, though itself remaining weak, can see into some kind of spiritual
    • spiritual world; he will remain embedded in the physical world to which these
    • must maintain our healthy thinking, our reliable character, our unerring
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    • be an organ for elements in Nature which would otherwise remain forever
    • that he regards as not good enough for him, he would have remained dumb and
    • will then see it as ordinary and trivial and will remain bound to the
    • like an occult society, which guides a human being while remaining invisible
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    • sense-life, so that nothing may remain of all that leads in life from fear to
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    • naturally felt challenged as he was the main target of these attacks. He at
    • research? Is that a scientific conclusion? I want to remain entirely on the
    • significant fact, however, remains. Although the position and influence of
    • accord with the length of the phases of the moon. I am not maintaining that
    • accordance with the rhythm of the sun; he has to maintain the rhythm within
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    • which did not emit a sound remains unanswered. The great linguistic
    • something unsatisfactory always remains in trying to characterise outwardly
    • transformed these three members in such a way that nothing will remain of
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    • object or being in the outer world. The ego does not remain indifferent
    • inherited characteristics. The ego, meanwhile, remains deeply hidden, waiting
    • but remain external to the animal throughout its life. This essential
    • their offspring. The main characteristics of an animal are those of its type
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    • his senses, and he works on all this with his intellect. But he remains in
    • of mysticism must always remain intimate and very hard to communicate,
    • will always remain somewhat incomprehensible unless we make an effort to
    • either of these two paths remains as he already is and has become; he may
    • not remain as he is today, with his existing faculties of knowledge. Just as
    • the world in a new way. Thus he has not remained as he formerly was, but has
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    • grow by itself, its own nature remaining unchanged. In opposition to this, we
    • when perhaps even these vanish and only a fundamental feeling remains,
    • feeling of perfection does arise. But the imperfection which remains in the
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    • world, but it remains within the element which causes the pleasure. The
    • remain in bed and that the astral body and the ego return to their proper
    • which only presents us with its outward aspect, sleep remains in the physical
    • night when we remain united with the astral body. Our daytime soul-life is
    • following year. Here development remains repetition. Where it is illuminated
    • rise to a higher level of musical appreciation have to remain in the soul,
    • remains an abstraction if our thinking tries to impose it on our life. The
    • are incapable of making it change. The healthy body remains as it is and
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    • outer world, is able to maintain the firmness and security of his inner
    • ego-centre remains in relative obscurity and he may be hardly aware of it. At
    • if he were to remain in that condition, he would make no progress. In the
    • investigator can tell him about the higher worlds, he will never remain
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    • in ordinary science. We have shown how what remains in bed of the sleeping
    • leaves the human being which is just as real as that part which remains in
    • Physical body and ether body remain in bed during sleep. Then the parts which
    • sentient body alone becomes independent. We can still maintain reason and the
    • intricate example will make clear how difficult it is to maintain the
    • able to maintain our reason, we can correct the error in such a way that it
    • can remain as weak as ever. Those who know life will find that exercises
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    • an ego, he was not obliged to remain within himself when he wished to behold
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    • which would otherwise remain forever hidden.”
    • remained.
    • remained for a long time without an ego-feeling, in these regions of Europe
    • Dante we see a poet who goes down into his own soul and remains entirely
    • remains his own. And he sets himself to traverse this human-personal aspect
    • Dante's starting-point is human personality; he remains within it and
    • hear revelations of another world — a world which a mainly intellectual
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    • he remained with them and that he always returned.
    • main points of how Jesus learned of the Essene Order. This was
    • lived in his three sheaths was only what remained through the
    • the others decline. You remain as high as you are only because
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    • belongs in the domain of maya, or the great illusion. You can
    • earth's evolution. His work had to remain undefeated by Christ,
    • remain.
    • this reason Ahriman remained active during the three years that
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    • are able to follow up have remained in this region, where the land
    • remaining traces — of the oldest inhabitants of the earth.
    • Atlantis, of whom nothing remains. For in this case even if any
    • remains did exist we should have to dig down into the bed of the
    • What has remained of the
    • everything from the Europeans, and what remains to them of
    • always remains a little — they do not know what to make of the
    • If every time we have had a meal, this meal remains in our stomach
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    • that anything of it remaining to us is now just taken figuratively
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    • Sun-revolution, but stays behind and remains always a creature of the
    • The Queen lays eggs, and it is because she remains always under the
    • the Queen remains within the Sun-development. The remaining part of the
    • Sun's course is gone through by the worker-bees, but they too remain within
    • shows you how closely the Queen remains related to the Sun. When
    • working to the full, has remained, so to speak, entirely under the influence
    • because they remained within the Sun-development; this is why they
    • remained behind, but these are those born under different
    • wants always to remain within itself, to stay within the sphere of
    • that the Queen may remain in the sphere of the Sun she may not dwell in an
    • angular cell, but within a circular one. There she remains within the
    • find first developed in the human embryo, and which subsequently remain
    • the albuminous cells (which remain round) and the blood, the same
    • away rather than remain with her.
    • take the nectar from the plants Nature does not remain idle, but produces
    • wax does not however become solid, but remains fluidic till it is
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    • or animal body, and there it remains fluid. This is sufficient for
    • remains in the milk
    • remains undoubted.
    • spring equinox is now in this Sign of the Fishes. The Sun remains in
    • will remain as it was before!”
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    • enterprise should surely make a profit. But if the bee-keeper remains
    • dots do not remain at rest, they vibrate continually. And when you
    • so, it was time that remained over. Time was saved somewhere or
    • to do this in bee-keeping. Thanks to its nature the bee remains united with
    • horribly, but the smell had remained quite shut up within the
    • conditions in which nothing can be done in the social domain.
    • to the electric light, they remained. We therefore, used these colours in
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    • juice and the reddish sap of the blood; these are the two main
    • blood. The main point then is this definite proportion between these
    • there any necessity to be a reactionary in any other domain. One must
    • most valuable social and medical methods that people remain
    • have done. If the fig had remained where it was before, it would only
    • eggs of the wasp are thrown up and tied so that they remain hanging
    • honey remains within Nature. The wasp cannot prepare the honey in the way
    • mainly of wax, and wax is not only necessary in order that the bees
    • honey remains within the figs. The bees, if I may so express it,
    • bring out into the open what remains still within Nature in the
    • sweetened figs. Thus, what would otherwise have remained within the
    • case of the cultivated tree, remains in the juices of the fig. One
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    • remains entirely within the influence of the Sun. Thereby she becomes
    • become Queens or worker-bees; the remaining portion that are
    • which case not very much will remain for curing the rheumatism. In
    • sufficient will remain over to cure the rheumatism.
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    • Well says the scientist to himself; what remains over when one
    • subtracts all the components? What then remains over? For now he
    • etheric body, he reckons them all out, and what remains?
    • remains a longing to receive an influence from without. Here we have
    • life, this has remained behind within the rose leaves and blossoms.
    • poisons for their existence, for these poisons have remained over
    • same with the caterpillars which would also die out, and none would remain
    • are essential for the maintenance of life, and of the world.
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    • main point therefore is, that one does not simply introduce such
    • remains, the rest goes over there, the fluid formic acid dropping
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    • easily stir the will of his listeners. But the main
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    • remaining educational institutions, without people really
    • states which increasingly take on the character of domains
    • apparently advances, but in truth still remains
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • domain, the advance already exists.
    • acquire from history. We must maintain an ear for good
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    • distinct concepts exist concerning all three domains of the
    • a portion as compensation, the remainder is taken away for something
    • rights, have lagged behind. People could not remain behind in the
    • degree and mainly affected people everywhere suggestively by its very
    • once by a certain person: Oh book, if only you had remained the secret
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    • which was to express itself in the life of rights, has in the main
    • a mainly Swiss audience; for then we could not understand each
    • old ought to remain. If today, depending on one or the other party
    • come into being, or something old having to remain, one has the
    • the old remains, matters run that way! — One figures out, as it
    • remained in existence, why it didn't split apart. In the 1880's and
    • that this small spot is maintained by virtue of being something
    • expressions of the main soul life of people almost the world over
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    • on economic conditions, the main point is that we speak
    • one should limit the main discussion to describing cases
    • images, will not be the recipient of thoughts; he will remain
    • comfortable to remain standing and to speak the way one
    • words just the way it suits one. But one may not remain with
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    • mainly on the listener's inhalation. The listener lives
    • as it were, remain unused. Listening is diverted into
    • waves. The breath remains essentially in its most neutral
    • speech, while remaining logical. To these figures of speech
    • remain in office. — But that is not possible! The dear
    • interested only in maintaining traditions. They want to be
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    • ‘exact research’ implies the methods current in the domain
    • offspring of the kind of thought that had become habitual in the domain
    • and then it will be possible to work and act effectively in the domain
    • if it remained under the old conditions of subordination to the military
    • something always remains over from earlier times. Saint-Simon's rejection
    • world. The old sacerdotal culture, he said, simply remains as a system
    • maintained.
    • later on, just as faith in the creative spirit was lost in the domain
    • and main to restore to the civilised peoples of Europe impulses that had
    • Greece and Rome. These impulses die down and vanish, and there remain
    • struggle is waged in the soul of Augustine. With might and main he
    • more striking example of this than the bock that has remained as a memorial
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    • in this way, but mainly those Goths who peopled the countries of middle
    • Europe maintained their own existence and acquired a permanent home
    • is something which remains over from the real culture of that time.
    • permeated this remains of an ancient prophetic and clairvoyant dream-life,
    • They are not the main thing. The important thing is what takes place
    • It is of course true that the main streams of spiritual life, which
    • Asia, and carried on the Academy of Gondishapur, which had for its main
    • main things which are of special interest to us. The two currents existed
    • its own in opposition to the Roman-Latin element, remained to begin with
    • and rhetoric, so, where there still remained a spark of the folk-element,
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    • certain reactionary forces that remain and can be observed in
    • experiment for its main support. In this regard present-day
    • us. But as long as we remain in this field of knowledge, we
    • we remain outside what appears as outer reality; we only
    • Basically, we need this kind of knowledge to maintain our
    • world the objects of our knowledge remain strictly outside of
    • want to remain standing still, habitually combining the outer
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    • accomplish this task will take the remaining seven
    • consisting mainly of breathing, pulse, and blood circulation.
    • nerve-sense organism is contained mainly in the head, as I
    • remain within our consciousness, we cannot say how height
    • experience through my arms. The height dimension remains
    • will-movements remain completely in the subconscious. How do
    • feelings are bound up with the rhythmic system, they remain
    • activity remains completely unconscious. That's the reason
    • made into an abstraction, with only a small remainder in the
    • penetrate human activity. We don't have to remain on the
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    • sense content. What we bring to inner clarity in this domain,
    • perceptible. The domain of the perceptible only consists of
    • and if you maintain the right condition of soul during an
    • whole domain which I can reproduce physically contains
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    • the senses — of what is mainly the head
    • always remain incomplete in the face of the entire plant
    • remain spiritually opaque. For what does the human being know
    • imaginations want to remain in our consciousness. Once there,
    • itself and wishes to remain. We succeeded in forming the
    • imaginations we remain human beings equipped with a
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    • an unsolved remainder. For this reason we must develop our
    • actually remain outside of a direct contemplation of
    • course of living is lifted into the domain of conscious will.
    • remained an activity of mental picturing, but it penetrated
    • full clarity of conscious mental life remained, and yet not
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    • able to experience this to maintain a healthy soul life.
    • up in the soul, and if we maintain a
    • imaginations remain pure, so that no foreign elements slip
    • itself. For our memories to remain pure and true, no matter
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    • remain within the experience of self-knowledge we are
    • intuition he has (as long as he remains with intuition in the
    • experience of falling asleep, which otherwise remains
    • domain to the calculations employed by LeVerrier to predict
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    • phenomena that would be thoroughly transparent. It remained for them
    • hand it was shown that such a world view would, for example, remain
    • of material processes? — du Bois-Reymond maintains that as
    • and wish to remain human beings we cannot. If we wish to comprehend
    • soul to see what is there, either by remaining awhile before fully awakening
    • we need in order to remain awake, to remain aware of our environment
    • with a waking soul. We need all this in order to remain human in the
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    • remain within the sphere in which the judgment arises, within the realm
    • clear that, if properly garnished, they remain comprehensible to the
    • with nature in such a way that we try not to remain within the natural
    • My knowledge reaches the world of sense, and I remain inert. I have
    • that a great proportion of the philosophy that does not remain within
    • of color with my world of concepts while remaining within the phenomena,
    • the complex but above all such phenomena as allowed him to remain within
    • Goethe wanted to adhere to a strict phenomenalism. If we remain within
    • could hardly maintain that any normal man would see a triangle as a
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    • world of sense. Man would remain a more-or-less drowsy being, a being
    • To be sure, we can, while still remaining empirical regarding the outer
    • by the eyes and ears, except that the former remains unconscious within
    • of the limbs, of changes within ourselves as we move. Normally we remain
    • how it finally is able to maintain its own balance.
    • less pronounced for the remainder of life. That which is inwardly active
    • Yet our experience of it need not remain an abstraction. In our time
    • which otherwise remains purely intellectual and, metaphorically speaking,
    • that remains just as exact as mathematical thought yet does not proceed
    • that remain so cryptic to the Western mind. For what was it that actually
    • to suffuse with light the one pole that otherwise remains so dark if
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    • always strives to find the archetypal phenomenon while remaining within
    • thought it possible for it to remain distinct for a whole lifetime,
    • playing. Even the sounds of the music box had remained unconscious at
    • a true spiritual science requires: that we remain circumspect and precise
    • consciousness itself, yet at the same time one must not remain a dilettante.
    • toward freedom but that these impulses remain unconscious and instinctive
    • imperatives — can be grasped only within this realm that remains
    • that, if we remain within human experience, moral content
    • and it remained a matter of total indifference to me whether my results
    • no longer remain merely that; Hegelianism no longer remains Hegelianism
    • Imagination. While philosophising, one remains caught within a self-created
    • if he wishes to remain logical, man must remain within the conceptual,
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    • There are certain individuals who, though they remain otherwise fully
    • the world of Inspiration and a desire to remain there nonetheless. One
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    • anthropomorphism. We must exercise this faculty inwardly and remain
    • in which one cannot remain atone but only where there is company assembled
    • should have remained objective, he can no longer experience space normally.
    • body in such a way that the ego remains outside. One may not take the
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    • one remains within the aphorisms and so that one strengthens through
    • which otherwise remains unconscious because all one's attention is directed
    • that otherwise remain rather enigmatic in these ancient mysteries become
    • the pure thinking in which the ego can live and maintain a firm footing.
    • content remains, so to speak, hovering above. We exclude thinking inasmuch
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    • philosophers who maintain this have never really studied mathematics
    • into the inner realm so that, by one's remaining undisturbed by sensations
    • to be sure, but it was bound to remain so, because it was impossible
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    • “head” in the remainder of his organism than in
    • the widest sense is mainly an imprint of the ego and astral
    • comprehensible. We need to descend into those domains that
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    • it alone remains free — as in the metabolic-limb man
    • Where it remains free from the cooperation of other
    • etheric body remains behind, denser than before, for the
    • soul-spiritual aspect remains behind when a person dies. One
    • perceives a spectre of the chemical substance that remains
    • through the whole organism. The remaining portion would
    • cooperation must be absolutely maintained if he is to remain
    • only in the head, by what should remain only in the upper
    • individuals who, in the domains of their specialty, were
    • Virchow's main contentions, and he concluded from this that
    • which maintained strong moral restraints, and it is one of
    • and astral body remain in the metabolic and circulatory man.
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    • We find the proper domain for studying
    • This domain, which is the most important for the study of
    • medical developments have led to advances in the domain of
    • that one had to remain with pathology and not even approach
    • does not need to remain mystical, although for modern
    • materialism it has certainly remained so: These illnesses are
    • that must remain in the organism in the right way even when
    • human being provides the domain for studying the nature of
    • this domain must be extended to other realms. We must begin
    • from this domain in order to progress then to a study of
    • bacteria and that permit them to remain there. Bacilli are
    • terrestrial and extra-terrestrial. The domain of electricity
    • seen by the eye on the human being, there is a domain that
    • received very skeptically. But we must remain clear that
    • realm of the super-sensible, as many might maintain who would
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    • valuable here. Everything that remains as force in root
    • remains unnoticed to the detriment of human health. We should
    • tendencies to illness from this stage in life may remain
    • warmth curve. We have to maintain its proper level from below
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    • physical body remain active by themselves. There then arises
    • astralization.” These domains of
    • with these as much as possible in the remaining lectures.
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    • occult investigations, and it also applies to domains other
    • the lung but remain there at an earlier stage.
    • lung has remained a kind of retarded metamorphosis of the
    • breathing. If the same forces that remain retarded in the
    • also breathing, something that remains at a still lower stage
    • have to remain very unclear about the absorption of nitrogen
    • being exclusively a respiratory organ. If we maintain this
    • and the physical-solid, whereas the main respiratory activity
    • is developed in the astral-airy, and the main ego activity,
    • activity that attacks are made on that which wants to remain
    • proteinaceous organs generally; they want to remain stable.
    • maintained only by the consumption of food. This is simply
    • maintained by the active interplay of forces in the tissue
    • the tissue fluids, you maintain life. This does not happen by
    • factor in the maintenance of life. Here, too, we find that we
    • it may be much more necessary simply to maintain and
    • indeed form imaginations, but these would remain unconscious.
    • the other hand, imaginations remain uncovered by the organ,
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    • soul-spiritual in the human being, and their domain must
    • significance. This third modification maintains its direction
    • the other domain. With what we call anthroposophy, of course,
    • we enter the soul-spiritual domain and return again to outer,
    • other domain as well. Only fools find devious contradictions
    • directive forces remain, of course, in the secreted product.
    • transformation, but the original direction is maintained.
    • in practical application. On leaving the domain of the eye
    • and ear and passing into the domain of taste and smell, we
    • If you remain
    • etheric — remaining in the etheric by this homeopathizing
    • remaining, however.
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    • nevertheless remain.
    • this at the end of the last course. One should not remain
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    • be able to come out of the ground. They would always remain roots
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    • remain green. Let us try to realize the right imagination of blue
    • abyss. It becomes impossible; for a green meadow cannot remain if blue
    • meadow; it remains as it is, not the slightest tint is altered.
    • the image. Thus we remain entirely within the world of objective fact
    • certain relationship to light. At first this remains a feeling. It
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    • to something else, we must remain in the colours themselves. And when
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    • colours remain under the influence of the corresponding planets of the
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    • purest thought is the remains of our ancient past, penetrated by the
    • Of course it remains a question of faith, if you want to tell these
    • make use of the senses. The main fact is the crippling of the will.
    • enough for him who prefers to remain nearer reality, if he can simply
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    • yet with no tendency to escape into the universe, but maintain
    • find a trace of Art in the books on Physics today. Nothing remains of
    • Cimabue, can remain Art only so long as the light of beauty streams
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    • have remained hid.” Is completely unintelligible to our time,
    • The form before you, it is restful, it remains stationary; but the
    • that in form and colour is created in our domain, and that which stirs
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    • self-surrender, and one would feel happy to remain in this condition
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    • described them, one knows one must go outside space, one cannot remain
    • If the soul desires to remain truly inward and this state is to be
    • from outer phenomena and remain, as it were, sealed. This give the
    • In talking about Art, one cannot theorize; one must remain always in
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    • the shining forth of colour in a world continuity. And there remained
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    • fragments of information remain entirely concealed; they
    • remains of Scholasticism, of its thoughts, and try to reflect
    • or Shakespeare. Yet something might here be maintained which
    • spiritual world and maintaining the physical body. Through
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    • particular continuation of the main process indicated in the
    • maintains that the external life of the State must be planned
    • how the gods deal with man; their will remains inscrutable;
    • fate can befall everyone as it befell Oedipus, but it remains
    • would be a fallacy to maintain that Molière's essential
    • it remains unfructified by what can work upon it from the
    • Front and some to remain at home, one of the tutors spoke
    • consequence of this war there should remain a hatred among
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    • lay the main stress upon what is happening on the
    • remain objective. At the present time, things that ought to
    • the main motif points upwards and forks downwards, receiving
    • satiety. Man himself is the main thing! Man stands at a
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    • remain stationary at these forms and think of them as one is
    • that it cannot stand up but must remain always in the lying
    • the evolution of humanity, it will certainly not do to remain
    • this Roman culture has remained — what developed down
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    • always remain a bungling attempt, for the simple reason that
    • the less any evidence of it remains, the better. I think that
    • everyone can fill in for himself the gaps that still remain
    • far as its main foundation is concerned, was already
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    • was such that he said to himself: ‘I can remain here
    • If man had remained in Paradise he would have looked upon the
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    • the division and where our own higher self has to maintain
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    • so that after a certain time it alone remains.’ The
    • the same colour as the sand, remained, and this quality was
    • maintained themselves in the struggle for existence.' This is
    • Graeco-Latin culture remained so long in a state of barbarism
    • Celtic, Germanic, Slavonic peoples had remained at an earlier
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    • been able to develop his ego if he had remained wholly
    • of this kind remaining there at rest. To picture such a thing
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    • was so decisive, remained quite unproductive in Æsthetics.
    • higher level of perfection. Man could only remain completely
    • apprehending ideas, the latter remain an ever-sealed book. Here
    • attained a higher standard of culture can remain stationary.
    • the domain of Art. What is essentially the nature of play?
    • expression: no, it is to be maintained in its full
    • ever remained concealed;’ or, in another passage: ‘He to whom
    • everything turns. What is given remains physical, but the
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    • easily stir the will of his listeners. But the main
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    • remaining educational institutions, without people really
    • states which increasingly take on the character of domains
    • apparently advances, but in truth still remains
    • the wrong point — carried over to a quite wrong domain.
    • domain, the advance already exists.
    • acquire from history. We must maintain an ear for good
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    • distinct concepts exist concerning all three domains of the
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    • on economic conditions, the main point is that we speak
    • one should limit the main discussion to describing cases
    • images, will not be the recipient of thoughts; he will remain
    • comfortable to remain standing and to speak the way one
    • words just the way it suits one. But one may not remain with
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    • mainly on the listener's inhalation. The listener lives
    • as it were, remain unused. Listening is diverted into
    • waves. The breath remains essentially in its most neutral
    • speech, while remaining logical. To these figures of speech
    • remain in office. — But that is not possible! The dear
    • interested only in maintaining traditions. They want to be
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    • kind. But the present-day view of art arises in the main from
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    • we shall always remain aware that we have been accepted here
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    • however, I want to dwell mainly on all that is positive. I
    • Not a shred must be allowed to remain within the new
    • cycles, for they do. But their work is inward, it remains
    • definitely remain unfruitful in the realm of medicine,
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    • remain aware of this Foundation Stone for the
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    • Dr. Steiner: May I ask you to remain in your seats for a
    • programme for the remainder of today will be as follows: At
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    • well be allowed to remain. But for the future it would be
    • wish to remain so. Arrangements are, however, being made for
    • moment they wish to remain attached to Germany, and the
    • the opinion that things should not remain confined to paper.
    • join the main groups, which in most countries will mean the
    • if they want to remain isolated as far as their way of living
    • believe that amongst us, since our main concern is for the
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    • branches. This therefore remains an elastic but rather
    • are the main points on which I would like the general debate
    • it. We want to remain concrete all the time. The only thing
    • speak like this. We can indeed say: The building remained in
    • at the Goetheanum’ remains an abstract term.
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    • Paragraph is in the main concerned with the fact that quite
    • maintain an overall view and to administer the School as a
    • esoteric anthroposophical writings will still remain a very,
    • that the time for calling a special meeting should remain at
    • lecture. Would you please remain seated for a few more
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    • School in Germany has remained essentially in a position of
    • area, has remained a solitary example. It will remain to be
    • with remain as solitary examples.
    • be expected that they will remain so for a long time, is
    • these two points are given the main emphasis in the
    • schools apart from the main stream, whereas I have constantly
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    • merely maintain that it is impossible to mention a sum from
    • General Anthroposophical Society could not be maintained we
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    • For the remaining circles:
    • put before you the main concerns that had to be brought to
    • the Statutes. But now our main concern, before any other
    • a few announcements to make and would ask you to remain in
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    • will have to come about which must not be allowed to remain
    • remain a motley mixture; this will bring us the individuality
    • given so far has in the main been for the school itself. Less
    • tickets today so that what remains can be available for
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    • research results, then one of the main obstacles to spiritual
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    • enter into the Goetheanum through a facade on the main front
    • staircase leading to the main upper space; and we shall have
    • Therefore it cannot be maintained that what was good enough
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    • that we in principle maintain the incompatibility while you
    • in such a way that its main representation lies with the
    • which aspects would remain and which would not, so as to be
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    • and that all that carries and maintains the world depends on
    • Once they have taken on a shape, they can maintain it through
    • the power to shape and to maintain the transparent,
    • to maintain the shape of your physical body; it has to
    • — weakly, perhaps, but not so weakly that it remained
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    • remainder of the pentagon would be above. And the whole of
    • will be used for both the side and main portals and for the
    • adopted the Statutes, but one small point remained open
    • will now remain unsaid. But just as last time it was possible
    • extended properly can remain. It is not possible to endanger
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    • which so far as the waking state is concerned remains
    • time, if human civilization were to remain for a long time
    • remain to prevent you from becoming paralysed through having
    • must remain with them in the sense-perceptible world; if you
    • work which have remained within the bosom of Anthroposophy.
    • hear: You must remain outside the land of the spirit, you
    • are the souls of anthroposophists hear: Your remaining test
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    • will always remain the most important, significant and indispensable
    • though they had remained outside the Society, wanted to express their
    • them because there is simply no place remaining to us where they can
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    • I am mainly
    • may remain the same after its re-casting, it will have taken on a
    • one has to let the thing speak while remaining silent oneself, one
    • remained within one's own being, but in the second such interval it
    • of developing aspects of those sciences that would remain undeveloped
    • and an impulse to freedom, which then remained with them during their
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    • only considering passive thoughts, thinking remains just a
    • remains, abandoned by a formerly indwelling person; it can be
    • remains of something that has died. Ordinary thinking is dead, a mere
    • the world while the soul remains quiet, carries on activity and at
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    • external life. In other words, one's will really remains connected
    • maintained indefinitely, and the offspring movements too would
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    • anthroposophical development, though the ideal itself remains. As we
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    • experience; it remains with us. It would still be there even if
    • worlds remains completely unrelated to what is going on in his dream
    • modification. If the situation remains as it is, with each side
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    • as a consequence of maintaining the tolerance I have been describing.
    • shown that such a course cannot be maintained in the Society. The
    • societies still find it possible to maintain is simply out of the
    • imaginable. For its members are meant to remain free individuals.
    • remains an abnormal and harmful phenomenon. It is similarly harmful
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    • certainly remained an incomparable genius to the day he died. But
    • probably better to maintain a courteous silence. But excellent,
    • a speech was made, maintaining that it would be the worst thing that
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    • descended to the earth. He is not aware of this; it remains a
    • maintained without the community building element. Thus a community
    • sacrament- or cultus-based community that remains standing where it
    • still — reach their real goal if they were to remain nothing
    • remains the only source resorted to. In other words, a more
    • anthroposophy should never remain abstract learning. Matters can, of
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    • handle matters of common concern, so that the Society will remain one
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    • would actually have remained without influence, not being
    • appears striking, the remaining elements of reality existing
    • Hegel was attempting to maintain these teachings of world
    • thoughts as esoteric. They remained esoteric because Hegel's
    • become generally known and remain as an esoteric secret
    • auditorium remained empty. Probably, when Hegel was idly asked
    • him leaving his skin behind, and despite Hegel's soul remaining
    • it doesn't remain like this, because we drag in thoughts which
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    • the "language of the macrocosm" and cover such topics as the two main
    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • be associated mainly with the Gospel of Mark.
    • remain deaf to them for a time, so that he says: —
    • cannot live if these questions remain unanswered, unless he turns a
    • in this way:— “How much remains to a man of all he has
    • received here, and been able to make his own? What remains of all he
    • anthroposophical life?” Just as much remains to him as he has
    • of value would remain as it was possible for him to translate or
    • maintained. We must not be made giddy by what comes to us from the
    • work maintaining us. When we waken and draw within the physical and
    • and power of the world remains outside us. We have withdrawn from the
    • supporting powers. The world, however, remains as it is, and because
    • self-knowledge is most important. In no domain does falsehood wreck
    • such vengeance as in the domain of spiritual life. It were better for
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    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • that have remained hidden within the earth, and seeks from these to
    • then fade and only certain features remain. So it is with spiritual
    • that have remained over from these times have not only remained over,
    • concerned with itself alone, and the conception is but what remains
    • remain the same! This latter under all conditions take place in the
    • so. It is characteristic of the sense-world that it remains entirely
    • eternal nature of human existence, and in spite of this remain
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    • the "language of the macrocosm" and cover such topics as the two main
    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • memory plays a main part in the passing on of knowledge. When a
    • that had remained over like an echo from the time of the Rischis, and
    • spiritually gifted, when all that remained to him was the spiritual
    • the main question in such a way that he cuts every link between what
    • psychology was fitted to do this, but it remained incomplete. This is
    • domain of natural science so quickly. Here people can work with
    • will be still more difficult in the domain of chemistry, and in
    • to build the bridge. It will he done most easily in the domain of
    • mainly with the past. We must not only reckon with the past in such
    • remained to it.
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    • the "language of the macrocosm" and cover such topics as the two main
    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • writings? They mainly contain accounts of how the candidate in his
    • could not to do so and maintain his self-consciousness however highly
    • as light meets in the rainbow — what remains is the human
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    • the "language of the macrocosm" and cover such topics as the two main
    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • body remains. But this is not possible under present conditions of
    • persons were mainly found in olden times, that is in pre-Christian
    • that of a Buddha. We have to understand that the main thing in the
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    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • man does not consist only of soul and spirit, these influence mainly
    • behind these is aware — even in what remains — of all
    • main thing, it was only his shell, his outer presentment. For them
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    • the "language of the macrocosm" and cover such topics as the two main
    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • remain unopened we cannot see into the spiritual world, although from
    • highest ideals in any domain of the physical plane. Idealists
    • to the etheric body and as it is imparted so it remains in the
    • images remain behind in the astral body and are later projected into
    • that remains as a destructive element during a man's whole
    • spoken. The best of what now remains to us is something inwardly
    • forces we implant in us remain within our etheric body, they are
    • be considered in its widest aspect. It depends on the maintenance of
    • this gland remains the danger is avoided. This shows that the
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    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • to be discovered in the domain of the Spirit.
    • Mysteries, when for three and a half days they remained in a
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    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • between them and maintaining a certain relationship between the third
    • maintained in the same way between the sixth age and the second, and
    • clairvoyant perception was excluded from it. What remained was merely
    • Europe by way of Spain. If Christianity brought an impulse mainly for
    • Buddha's, that you speak as if Buddha had remained at the same
    • like a fish taken out of the water. Man must not remain in the water.
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    • of rhythm in the domain of soul and spirit, and much more.
    • remained even if in another form: — “There seems to be
    • The main thing is, if it might one day become really
    • have heard that certain Beings remained behind on the Moon as
    • — Backward Luciferic Beings of seven different kinds remained
    • future spiritual movement grew. There were but few remaining in the
    • remained. Something dwelt in him that was closely related to our
    • people do who trust to the senses — thereby remaining entangled
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    • disseminated just like that, which remained a possession of few people,
    • but only that remains and lasts which leaves its stamp on every flower
    • state has passed, what presented itself as a leading idea has remained.
    • I was. If now you ask: what has remained of that which made an impression
    • on the eye? — Nothing. That has remained what you do not see and
    • what makes the human being a human being. What does remain of human
    • the state has remained. Thus you see that we are wrong if we take the
    • form my body do not remain the same; they enter other connections and
    • power being inherent in them was the permanent; it has remained like
    • so that that which remains preserved develops progressively.
    • But in every type something remains that reminds of the preceding type;
    • remains that connects the monkey with the marsupial. It is the same
    • something transient and something remains preserved in the change of
    • the plant has something remaining which outlasts the transformation,
    • also that which remained preserved in the soul has entered into a germinating
    • How should that remain which
    • was not there once? But what is the remaining preserved? We cannot consider
    • his passions, as the remaining preserved; only the actually individual
    • which was before its physical appearance and remains preserved, hence,
    • a remaining preserved one. That remains from that which we are today
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    • who is more sensitive of the matters about which he remains silent.
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    • the seal remains outside the substance which takes up the seal impression. The
    • and the remaining world, that is, you should say how you recognise your ego
    • and the remaining world. Take two contrasts: an accuser and a defender of a
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    • body. This remained that way. Those who speak of psychology today do not know
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    • remains that we have a real biography only in the human realm. That means that
    • I myself carry out today is a cause and does not remain without effect. My soul
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    • way. Nothing of the brain physiology should be criticised; everything remains
    • replied to the spiritualist is completely maintained, while that which the spiritualist
    • have mainly occupied themselves with spiritism and its phenomena. Let us look
    • the spiritual world surrounding us with perfect continuity, with maintenance
    • truth has investigated truth in no other way as maintaining the full waking
    • truth eliminating the consciousness, but the research method maintaining the
    • the spiritual beings only maintaining his full, free self-determination is accepted
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    • which always remains the same. Somebody who suffers from palpitations, has always
    • the human being has in common with the whole remaining physical world. What
    • to not direct your attention to the physical body. Then, however, there remains
    • The whole remaining sea of light does not exist for him. You see that it is
    • being as an isolated being, but in connection with the whole remaining world
    • us in the remaining world not only dead matter exists, but that in the outside
    • consciousness, we are secluded from the remaining nature; that is why we must
    • first. I am in the situation in my consciousness compared with the remaining
    • world; because the astral body is not separated from the remaining world like
    • connection with the remaining nature if a somnambulistic state happens. It is
    • something to him that remains, otherwise, concealed but which downgrades him
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    • the influence cannot exceed materialism. They say to themselves: substance remains
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    • remains for centuries or millennia; and may the human eyes feel contented at
    • the dust. Nothing remains of the external appearance. Yes, we can still go on.
    • mental picture that forms the basis of a main thought of the theosophical world
    • which did not flow out into the work. As well as a seal impression remains in
    • the seal, this activity remained in the soul; and with it we get to something
    • that remains in the soul not only for a short time, but that remains as something
    • and typical aspect of this activity of the spirit? This spirit cannot remain
    • The change remains as long as a new change happens. If the ball has done this
    • the soul progresses from rebirth to rebirth, the imprints of its actions remain
    • These are the main concepts of the
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    • However, not everybody is able to verify everything the theosophy maintains.
    • — Somebody who understands the matters will never maintain that any human
    • One can accept them, but no theosophist does prove them; he just maintains them.
    • that he cannot understand what theosophy maintains has not yet thought enough
    • about it. On the contrary, we can better understand what science maintains today.
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    • We can also study the images which have remained from the oldest druidic times
    • of secret laws of nature which would have remained hidden to us without its
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    • in the main, originated from
    • the nature of his being remain unknown throughout his youth until the
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    • There are two main streams. The first is known through the fact that
    • will remain unknown in his youth. And when in his thirtieth year he
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    • surrounded by these remaining parts of the etheric bodies of the dead,
    • to what remained in their memories. People only knew about the
    • seven of the twelve all that still remained to mankind of the ancient
    • that the fruits of the initiation of the thirteenth remained as the
    • thirteenth century had remained intact, none of them dispersed after
    • remaining intact in the ether spheres thereafter. This same highly
    • It was established that all the discoveries they made had to remain
    • The Count of Saint Germain was the exoteric reincarnation of Christian
    • about Count Saint Germain here and there in the outside world applies
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    • did not recognise him for what he was. Fundamentally this has remained
    • maintain that the Maitreya Buddha could appear before then. There
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    • sleep. In other words, they are a soul element that remains united
    • merely something that remains with us during sleep, but something
    • goes away, the image of the object remains in him. He does not see the
    • At present we live in an epoch in which thinking is mainly developed,
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    • elevated to the rank of Maitreya Buddha, his ‘ego’ will remain in him
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    • sects, and each individuality can remain free.
    • the domains outside. Whoever refuses to make any compromises of this
    • astral plane that those forces come that awaken and maintain the life
    • mainly connected with the physical plane, Christ could only appear in
    • teachings were mainly derived. One of his pupils bore the name of Matthew,
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    • such a way that its secrets would remain secret — and he says,
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    • the day after tomorrow. It remains now to be said that the young man
    • the human being had been conscious mainly in the astral body and less
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    • faculties remain receptive his whole life long, even when his hair is
    • precocious, especially the grown-ups. They maintain that lies such as
    • always capable of learning, of remaining young, independently of our
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    • anything in the domain of science but to a question arising in
    • suffering had come my way I should have remained a good-for-nothing.
    • domain, of which it is only possible to speak in general terms. But
    • remain closed. In the middle of life we are, as it were, farthest away
    • ourselves to remain open-minded and unbiased.
    • same life; therefore what we have learnt from the mistakes remains
    • wiser being but always remain at that of the less wise. Anyone who
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    • thus received remain with them their whole life long. In earlier times
    • that the earth remains at rest in cosmic space with the sun and the
    • of men who live wholly as materialists. If Buddha had remained in
    • remain inwardly united. And those who want to develop esoterically
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    • lectures in this series remain untranslated.
    • people, who only know mathematics from outside, it remains
    • fantasy and art. But death remained a riddle.
    • original existence, yet a unique spiritual Being remained in
    • also descend into the earthly sphere. It remained in the
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 1: Whitsuntide. Festival of the Liberation of the Human Spirit
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    • signified by them. In the newspapers, which constitute the main
    • in the possession of the Count of St. Germain,
    • I would maintain that two mighty and important
    • their body. The intuitive faculty of the Indian was concerned mainly
    • remained in a kind of dreamlike state. But one thing would have been
    • should not remain there, however, but must raise his ego to the
    • remain a ‘gloomy guest’
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    • offering is rejected and remains on the earth. What is independently
    • produced remains on the earth, like the offering of Cain.
    • like Abel, who remained shepherds and priests. It was not transferred
    • still remain some Sons of God. Not all of those belonging to the Abel
    • still remained of the Abel line were Sons of God, they remained akin
    • Jesus Christ remained on the earth for ten years after His death.
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    • anything remains. The eternal does so and appears again in a new
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    • Prometheus and Epimetheus, remained loyal to Zeus. They rallied round
    • may say that the discovery of the use of fire was the main discovery
    • in the main, only self-interest and egoism which is the motive behind
    • own nature, so that he need no longer remain chained to the mineral
    • future development. And what still remained to be unfolded as human
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    • kind of Elohim did not remain static with the union of wisdom and
    • Cain, however; they remain adversaries. Were Christianity to take
    • warn against them. It was the Count of St. Germain,
    • but what is to crown it must still remain a secret. That could only
    • It remains the possession of a few initiated Christians. It is sealed
    • It has remained thus to outward sight
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    • and what remains of the life of an earlier epoch hardened into a
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    • as I agreed to do. Of course I can only impart to you the main
    • degree, the initiation ceremony is somewhat more difficult. The main
    • will maintain a connection with the spiritual worlds. It makes a
    • main purpose of the masonic initiation in ancient times — Freemasonry
    • degrees. There is a kind of residue still remaining in what is called
  • Title: Temple Legend: Lecture 8: The Essence and Task of Freemasonry from the Point of View of Spiritual Science - 2
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    • first three degrees are, as it were, only the last remaining vestiges of
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    • bodies were realities, and not to remain as mere concepts. That is
    • Count of St. Germain.
    • enemy of the Count of St. Germain, who therefore was not allowed into
    • Count of St. Germain was right. I will only add a few more touches
    • which are quite correct. In books about the Count of St. Germain you
    • school founded by the Landgrave of Hessen, also, there were two main
    • who have congregated together will mainly do nothing but bring
    • consists mainly in preparing people for such things. For instance,
    • between these two remained. Our Jesuits know little about these
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    • without aiming at developing its own consciousness, helps to maintain
    • will remain empty. It must be possible for man to spiritualise as
    • object perishes, but [the fact] that you have seen something remains.
    • action. The ego must remain concealed within the deed. Elimination of
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    • builds into his astral body, if he is not to let it remain in the
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    • excluded. It was made clear to those who remained that Christianity,
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    • I can only hint at it. When man wants to maintain his physical life
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    • but then it dissolves. With the Chela it remains. The renunciation of
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    • then it might remain an interesting society, but what was intended
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    • the procreative force which the female already has. When we remain in
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    • cultivated by the way he feels and thinks and decides remain
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    • are not for him separate; wisdom, beauty and the domain of the will
    • precautionary rule, then essential, has been maintained until our
    • spirit has given shape to, in matter, will remain present in the
    • in that work, which remain to be revealed.
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    • become conscious, they remain wholly in the depths. Such a
    • mind. She remained resolute ... ‘I am determined to
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    • maintain the earthly body of the human being through the
    • his karma had allowed him to remain on the earth, have been
    • would have been able, for a long time yet, to maintain a
    • remain in the elementary world. (The etheric body itself is
    • etheric organisation which remains when Ego and astral body
    • or effaced. It remains in the death spectrum as
    • maintained because human beings are living in a time of
    • dramatic conflict for the main character of the play, for
    • upstart of uncertain origin has remained on the scene; he
    • conflicts arising, in the main, between America and Europe;
    • gate of Death, and what remains individual. What
    • remains of the physical body becomes preeminently cosmic,
    • ether-aura; what remains, and has become cosmic lives on as
    • sneak truly and accurately in the domain of Spiritual
    • entirely out of the soul itself. The main words necessarily
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    • practical domain, a beginning has been made which had to be
    • always remains for him, where the beholding of death is
    • strength that is necessary if the domain of human art is
    • shouting, frenzied, praying people, he remains the
    • spiritual world and remains what it was, save that in the
    • they will remain among us in order that through their
    • Our beloved Dead have remained with us, although not in
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    • remain stuck with courage to this consistency. One would become
    • force want to hang on to it. Both things cannot be maintained
    • cannot be maintained either. Above all it can't be maintained
    • properly directed by this machine. Adam Smith mainly spoke
    • one side the wisdom which has remained behind from the East,
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    • can really not remain steady as an anthroposophical world view
    • during the Ecumenical Council, if it should remain like this or
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    • prefer to remain completely stuck within a habit originating
    • maintained in circles, it can be left to their own devices,
    • maintained by many of our members in the Anthroposophical
    • because one can hardly remain stuck at mere defensive nagging
    • maintain actual new forces, and those who are running the show
    • main thread found in a far wider line of argument. In my book
    • Scheler as main speaker. Some time before that Diederichs had
    • necessary for Anthroposophy to remain standing in work which is
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    • with a sense of our own reality being maintained as a mathematical soul
    • and it would be wrong to remain based on instinctive Imaginations. Life
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    • They will have to remain for purposes of orientation, but need to be
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    • a point where we can undo the past and remain uncommunicative
    • the main statue group in Dornach, which can be experienced as a
    • progress, going forward quicker or slower, yet they remain
    • movement, and maintaining it as such. How long have I already
    • hand remain blind, sleepy towards what is happening in outer
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    • we admit that even for the skeptic there remains the
    • religion upon character, which would remain after the
    • the heroism of His suffering — there still remained the
    • What has remained, however? The holy symbols, one of the
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    • them as will-o'-the-wisps. They have remained very little in
    • human mind and experience which remain in the horizontal line,
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    • refrain from the influence of this document on the mainstream,
    • generally certain things remain behind and other advance, the
    • gives us the investigation of that which remained behind as
    • transformed” remains only a gloomy guest on the dark
    • believed once that the sense of the Bible cannot be maintained
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    • which goes through father, son and grandson, but maintained
    • recollection. So faithfully, the biblical document maintains
    • lives in us between birth and death, and that it maintains its
    • kind between birth and death. Thus, the ego maintained for
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VI: Superstition from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • Berlin but in remaining Germany. You can really read this
    • to humankind. The mere number seven remained. One did not know
    • crows on the dung heap, the weather changes or remains as it
    • the real spiritual science of all times and what can remain in
    • remains inexplicable to them. Tell to anybody that here or
    • — This is in such a way that the persons want to remain
    • then downwards. However, one did not see the remaining. Ellmore
    • remains only in the observation of the physical environment, as
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture VII: Issues of Nutrition in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • organism with the so-called mixed diet. He takes the main parts
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    • remain. — Therefore, one overhauls the engine. Of course,
    • taste of the dish remains concealed to him. This objection is
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture IX: Tolstoy and Carnegie
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    • from all appearance that remains constant, in spite of all
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    • Maintaining such a practice is mostly not bound to reason, but
    • that time, I realised that a main obstacle of all practical
    • contemplation soon finds that these are the main demands of a
    • him intellectually, he can remain always only on beaten paths.
    • applies to the life praxis. If one remains captivated in life,
    • This is a main requirement: that we open ourselves to the
    • Keep quiet, remain silent;
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    • from the remaining forces to some degree. These are matters
    • want to make clear this at an example. We remain in our field.
    • Spiritual science maintains this secret of life. Indeed, it
    • remain dry ideas and abstractions. They emit warmth and bliss;
    • to the fact that it is important to remain aware that the human
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    • nothing remains there that combines with the inherited
    • or life body as the first supersensible member, which remains
    • Napoleon who remained so small because his ego restrained the
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIII: The Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Exoteric
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    • for the springs of existence in the last remainders of medieval
    • on Goethe all that worked, which had remained as Faust
    • understand it, remains in the soul, it works. In Goethe, it
    • to unreality. However, what has remained to me and what
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XIV: Riddles in Goethe's Faust - Esoteric
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    • which has remained now without sense that should be pointed in
    • is therein. However, he could not remain in it and is suddenly
    • yet. There is the last remainder of egoism, which makes itself
    • ease in the sensuous view has remained to him. It still has to
    • allowed to remain in his soul that means of immediate devotion
    • Goethe also remains here again in harmony with his knowledge.
    • if it insisted on remaining in its momentary state.
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    • remain in the divine-spiritual world, this putting into the box
    • realm remains to the human being? What has remained to the
    • remained in us, what searches Osiris and what only finds him
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    • up certain advantages of former stages. Now something remains,
    • They are the remainders of a former developmental stage. The
    • development, certain old states of consciousness also remain
    • other remainder belongs to another category. The dream is not
    • look at the dream first. It remained from the old picture
    • three other remainders are different: vision, foreboding and
    • What remains from that which the ancestors have seen and have
    • the old myths and legends. Everything that remains today as
    • spiritual, and that shows nothing else than the remains of the
    • being dependent is a main motif. The souls of the Europeans
  • Title: Where/How/Spirit: Lecture XVIII: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
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    • surveyed what has remained in such myths coming from old,
    • deeper look into his soul that he has a last remainder of his
    • physical observation. This last remainder, the human soul, is
    • lily as the symbol of the soul, which can thereby only remain
    • spiritual that the ego remains outside, approaches only up to
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 1: The Experience of Major and Minor
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    • something in this domain. Until now tone eurythmy has only been developed
    • the sounds, of the astral body remaining within the physical body (indeed,
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 2: Experience and Gesture; the Intervals
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    • from the solid and fluid elements of the human body, which then remain
    • the actual experiences remain in the ear and larynx, and do not really
    • instrument. And so what otherwise remains an experience of the ear or
    • human being utter sound? You might say he could also remain silent.
    • a distinct feeling of not reaching as far as the skin, but of remaining
    • the major third, you still remain within your arm. You remain within
    • Remaining within yourself: the movement
    • When trying to give clear expression to the remaining-within-yourself
    • you remain more within yourself, which you indicate with your arm back
    • this surface. He remains, as it were, just beneath it. He separates
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 3: Melodic Movement; the Ensouling of the Three Dimensions through Pitch, Rhythm and Beat
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    • stepping forwards, so that the arm remains stationary, the body following
    • The arm, the hand that is, must remain in the same place while you step
    • the hand, remains where it is, while you come up and join it. This must
    • We die. The physical body remains, but it disintegrates. Why does it
    • after death; up to that point the body does not disintegrate but remains
    • right leg, left leg. And the direction right-left will remain lifeless
    • There still remains the
    • to draw out the scale from the main vowels, most interesting things
    • correspondence between the scale and the main vowels, purely according
    • to hear approximately this correspondence between the main vowels and
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 4: The Progression of Musical Phrases; Swinging Over; the Bar Line
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    • least part of us. It even remains, in fact, for a short period after
    • thus solving for himself the problem of how to remain musical in singing.
    • Consequently it requires greater skill to remain musical in singing
    • than for instance it is to remain musical in instrumental music.
    • as the meaningful utterance of the ego, and which yet remains unknown?
    • one hand, of the vowel sounds, which mainly serve to express what lives
    • to turn into nature in some way, instead of remaining human. We always
    • to remain as they are, but instantly subject them to an inner transformation;
  • Title: Eurthmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 5: Choral Eurythmy
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    • eurythmy. What you experience as astral human being usually remains
    • present to the world that which otherwise remains in repose in the astral
    • do not love it, preferring to remain in the audible realm,
    • He is no longer himself. The human being is himself as long as he remains
    • take over the second metamorphosis of the motif. The first person remains
    • necessary in such a case for those who remain to continue to carry out
    • how often I have observed that, in the spiritual world, the past remains.
    • In this development of the motifs through the chorus, the past remains
    • into the grouping, you bring a challenge, and you can no longer remain
    • ideas. What always remains is the freedom to carry out the movements
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 6: The Sustained Note; the Rest; Discords
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    • yet at the same time remain standing.’ That is in fact just what you
    • should do! You should move forwards two steps and remain standing between
    • as possible to stand still, remaining within yourself. Now, the pedal-point,
    • the two people. When the one proceeds in the movement, the other remains
    • the person remaining standing moves a shorter curve, during which time
    • nevertheless vowels, and remain within the sphere of music, whereas
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 7: Musical Physiology; the Point of Departure; Intervals; Cadences
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    • they are to carry out, and necessarily remaining as an indication. When
  • Title: Eurythmy as Visible Singing: Lecture 8: Pitch (ethos and pathos), Note Values, Dynamics, Changes of Tempo
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    • that a living stream of development has to be maintained. I have frequently
    • only it does not reach the intellect, but remains in the realm of feeling.
    • the same as in speech eurythmy, the head need not remain inactive. But
    • faint. The experience of musical sound (so long as it remains an experience
    • musical element always remains in the sphere of feeling. But just as
    • with the world is even more relevant. Only pitch remains entirely inward.
    • the eight-bar phrase (which has four main accents) by clearly showing
    • in this way. A tempo remaining either quick or slow may be particularly
    • or allowed to remain isolated, will instantly be apparent. The very
  • Title: Preparing for a New Birth
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    • leave out the experiences of sleep that remain in the
    • remained outside awareness.
    • remains unconscious for us during the day, and every night as
    • realities. As long as anthroposophy remains mere thought, it is
    • like an imaginary lemonade. But it need not remain so, for it
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 1: Probability and Chance
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    • Majesty, Chance” for granted. Mauthner therefore maintains that
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 2: Consciousness in Sleeping and Waking States
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    • discussed. It must be a main concern of spiritual science to examine
    • we want to get an overview of world evolution we have mainly to consider
    • sleep and doesn't remain just a mental image. Life presents a variety
    • subject matter that logical aspects must remain the basis of the
    • at all; they approach it from without, and remain outside it. It
    • book; he remained of the opinion that one's own path in achieving an
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 3: Necessity and Chance in Historical Events
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    • and ideas. Sleeping consciousness, which has remained at the level of
    • remains satisfied with that has no concept of what a circle is. Only
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 4: Necessity as Past Subjectivity
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    • What has sunk into our souls' depths and no longer remains in the subjective
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 5: Necessity and Past, Chance and Present
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    • spirits. And if we take pains to remain inwardly true in the process, no
    • more than its experiences, then nothing remains to be strengthened.
    • the spiritual world and see the past, it is as though the past had remained
    • rather a state of duration. Lucifer remained behind during the moon
    • the moon evolution, and there he still remains. In the spiritual world
    • has remained as he was on the moon. All our concepts of necessity and
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 6: Imaginative Cognition Leaves Insights of Natural Science Behind
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    • remains behind on the physical plane. For example, everything that a
    • world. Nothing remains of what scientists and natural philosophers think
    • that is dreamed up and totally lacking in reality; nothing remains but
    • What we were as moon humanity remains within
    • it is what remains as a moon legacy.
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 7: The Physical Body Binds Us to the Physical World
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    • an etheric body remains in existence, just as forces in the physical
    • So long as the etheric body remains in the physical body, it cannot
    • body remains bound to the physical body. But when the physical body
    • study of spiritual science does not remain mere theory, but that a proper
    • that the entire universe can be rightly maintained only by developments
  • Title: Chance/Necessity/Providence: Lecture 8: Death, Physical Body and Etheric Body
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    • maintaining awareness of our physical body during the time between death
    • into the etheric body remains there. The etheric body expands. In certain
    • deriving. If we consider somebody's earthly remains, they amount for
    • the earth would remain just the same if this little heap of earth, the
    • than physical seeing, but it remains subjective, in intimate connectedness
    • realms. I've often stressed the fact that our memories have to remain
    • intact if we are to maintain ego-consciousness, and the gods had to
    • and how what remains incomprehensible from the standpoint of the physical
    • of our movement before the outer world, and to maintain it.
    • remain oblivious of the fact that our movement has some extremely odd
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture I: The Spiritual World and Spiritual Science
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    • of these most various objects that remain in our memory and
    • that remain hidden, otherwise, in the everyday life, and now
    • and just because it wants to remain loyal to the scientific
    • remaining nervous system. However, true spiritual science
    • the future to maintain this spirit.
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture II: Theosophy and Antisophy
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    • the basis of the just said, a requirement that remains no big
    • used for the construction of this organism, nothing remains
    • is ruled by a divine old being, the soul would remain hopeless;
    • in so far as it remains in its limits. I must say this
    • which leaves the remaining body alone, in certain state and
    • always remain dark under the antisophical mood even if one
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture III: Spiritual Science and Denomination
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    • the physical body with that what remains unaware in the normal
    • remains unknown to the human being if he returns in sleep into
    • spiritual. This world of the spiritual remains invisible at
    • beings and processes of the spiritual which remain usually
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IV: On Death
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    • destroys the physical body. You feel that you can only maintain
    • soul is not strong enough in sleep to maintain its
    • consciousness. In the normal life, the human being can maintain
    • maintained his consciousness only because he would pass by
    • body. However, a certain rest must always remain there with
    • demand that the candle remains intact and the flame still
    • remained before the threshold of the spiritual world? You
    • — if he remains in the
    • withdrawn from the outer world, the will remains to you in a
    • quite similar way as the ego has just now remained. What you
    • have wanted remains like a memory. I describe how the
    • maintained of it exists as memory. However, the life
    • He considers it as valuable that a mystery remains a mystery,
    • wants to maintain life while he wants to accept it as
    • operated so that that what is round him remains a mystery to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture V: The Meaning of Immortality of the Human Soul
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    • tool by which any remaining human soul activity is carried out
    • maintain, before sleep overcomes him. You experience the former
    • beings who say, why can the human being not remain with that
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VI: The Evil
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    • must be possible that he can remain with his emotions and
    • answers that remain before the gate of spiritual science
    • the evil. I would like to show the main thoughts of his
    • remain connected with the sensory world as our karma must bind
    • did not become a materialist, was Philipp Mainländer
    • matters externally. Mainländer came to a peculiar
    • Philipp Mainländer looked at that what
    • Mainländer.
    • Mainländer is a man who did not impress his contemporaries
    • spirit. Nevertheless, Mainländer felt what the soul had to
    • Mainländer, but only the rather good booklet by Max
    • Philipp Mainländer looked out in the
    • Mainländer realises a spiritual world in our world; but he
    • like Mainländer, had to move the spiritual world into
    • material leftover of it. Mainländer took this view in
    • Mainländer was very serious about his worldview. This
    • to take on that form which appeared with Mainländer who
    • Since one cannot deny that Mainländer
    • corpse. But what Mainländer could not yet show that we
    • Mainländer could not yet look, and, hence, had to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VII: The Moral Basis of Human Life
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    • maintain ethics and morality under this point of view of mere
    • at that time who maintained old religious traditions, these are
    • forces whose origin remains dark for cognition, which, however,
    • obsessed. The integrity of our being is here maintained, while
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture VIII: Voltaire
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    • mainly in the sentient soul.
    • Greek world mainly the intellectual or mind soul was developed.
    • good or bad to maintain what must be maintained compared with
    • it were must maintain for a long life what can disappear from
    • with the remaining world expressed itself. One can still
    • age in which the human soul had to strive to maintain itself
    • he was as a force because it has to remain always as a part of
    • picture of Voltaire what happened to his mortal remains. In
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture IX: Between Death and Rebirth of the Human Being
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    • someone who can exert himself to maintain his forces longer
    • that consists in the fact that the soul has the remaining
    • death, one can absolutely remain connected with somebody to
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture X: Homunculus
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    • must realise that this everlasting must remain concealed in the
  • Title: Spiritual Science/Treasure for Life: Lecture XI: Spiritual Science as a Treasure for Life
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    • the awake life weakens the body in a way, we are mainly
    • we remain dependent with this understanding on our physical
    • medicine or art because one maintains the same habitual ways of
    • usually in the bodily which remain hidden, until this
    • have seen; we remain quite passive with our own soul. Just the
    • spiritual science remains without its influence concerning the
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture I
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    • example, if undigested vestiges of memory remain in the soul of
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture II
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    • being produced by our contemporary civilization is based mainly
    • on what remains when the human spirit and part of the human
    • learning to speak, contemporary science has remained rather in
    • child remains a far more homogeneous being than a grown-up in
    • just one great sense organ. Mainly this is so during the very
    • a perfected sense organ, whereas the embryo remains behind in
    • What orthodox physical psychology maintains is perfectly
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture III
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    • loving person, one will come to realize that if one maintains
    • do not remain in the realm of the individual at all. In New
    • In speaking we still remain within a smaller circle of life. In
    • according to their nature, must remain characteristically
    • mainly through images as well.
    • which they affect the remaining organism. They are caused by a
    • inwardly. After this, it spreads inner forces to the remaining
    • will see that illnesses radiate mainly from the abdominal-motor
    • needs, knowledge does not remain theoretical, but becomes
    • applied only externally and that remain alien to the child.
    • show us how, at this later age, illnesses radiate mainly from
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture IV
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    • certain inner opposition, mainly toward reading and writing, as
    • knowledge remains within the circle of physiologists. It does
    • maintained about these matters when we consider the following:
    • would never occur to a simple peasant who has remained
    • remains real for the child.
    • as far as the child knows them already — remain one. You
    • eliminate religion altogether, and who maintain the opinion
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture V
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    • the teacher's main concern must be directed toward the
    • whole body until the change of teeth. It also remains active
    • description of the human being remains with the child until
    • refined solution remains above it. The two substances have
    • body. Part of the soul substance must always remain behind,
    • substance could be retained so that too little of it remains in
    • remained as a homogeneous solution. This is only a picture, but
    • wisest to remain silent about this last point when talking to
    • physical matter we find that its main characteristic is its
    • capable of remaining so; for one must recognize that, with the
    • story, which should nevertheless remain flexible in the
    • Again, all this has to remain unspoken. If a teacher were ever
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VI
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    • to remain more in the region of the soul. The gradual emergence
    • Otherwise, this title would remain only a label.
    • bruise one's forehead. One must always try to remain in touch
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Lecture VII
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    • rules, his inner being could remain flexible with regard to the
    • their inherited properties. His writings remained obscure for a
    • results in their main subject. But not everyone can do that.
    • spiritual striving and spiritual research the main objective in
    • remains beyond the realm of practicality. The real worry would
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    • physical organism. Thus the nervous system is mainly organized
    • in the head. But when speaking about the three main organic
    • everything of a rhythmic nature in the human being, is mainly
    • in the child's growth and nourishing processes work mainly
    • influences that work on the child will remain as after-effects
    • child. An adult may remain totally oblivious to it, but
    • have to remain brief and superficial.
    • religious or Christian. For instance, the main theme during a
    • within, but it has to remain supple and flexible to the degree
    • instead, who have remained at the same level of development as
    • organization, and they remain infantile. The expression
    • but that it has remained behind, is too infantile, and this
    • main lessons.” These main lessons — much
    • by math, or some other lesson. Block periods of main lessons,
    • session. For example, in a main lesson period, geography would
    • the main lesson is usually followed by language lessons, or by
    • other subjects not taught in main lesson periods. Two foreign
    • general through anthroposophy. Two thoughts will remain with
    • fruits may ripen, provided we can maintain the necessary
    • are people today who maintain that if one wants to give pupils
  • Title: Child's Changing Consciousness: Introduction to a Eurythmy Performance
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    • the limelight, it nevertheless remains inartistic. The artistic
    • places the main value on the first syllable or on both
    • must remain free. It
    • I do not even maintain that a lack of freedom and liberalism,
    • main figure of this sculpture shows the features of Christ in
  • Title: Colour and the Human Races: Lecture I: The Nature of Color
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    • into him. One can say that with blue the nerve remains
    • But then if one does not remain in some religious or moral
    • in themselves in pictures. That is what has remained to us from
  • Title: Colour and the Human Races: Lecture II: Color and the Human Races
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    • — it has remained
    • that his breath and blood-circulation are maintained. The
    • Mongolian mainly needs the middle brain, we Europeans use the
    • following is shown. The man with the posterior brain has mainly
    • materialist, he remains man inwardly, only he develops the
    • remains at the feeling-life, he does not bother about external
    • steamer alone. The English remained behind on the shore.
    • simply remain where they are. If one were to go back into
    • they can still maintain themselves on racial characteristics.
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    • considerable part of these growing forces remain in the body
    • the actual main battle, now goes over into the main battle. The
    • contained in the kernel of the theory of relativity. The main
    • Nurnberg main preacher Geyer held seemingly many
    • suspect, mainly scientific people suspect that an attempt is
  • Title: Question/Economic Life: Lecture: The Central Question of Economic Life
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    • be the assumption that someone who in the main devotes himself
    • remained. And starker and starker became the abyss, deeper and
    • life, which mainly rests upon the human abilities. When
    • within the whole human being, is mainly situated in the head.
    • in the economic realm see as their main task? Well, in the
    • present time, then the main observation can be how prices rise,
    • his maintenance out of his own producing. I have once tried to
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture I: The Threefoldness of Space and the Unity of Time
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    • remains of the consciousness of above and below. In addition to the
    • in his being this threefold contrast as placed into the All; the remaining
    • the world. And his restful remaining still, surveying the world, was
    • really think in different domains it would find countless riddles which
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture II: Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • it; truth does not come to us if we want merely to remain passive. To
    • then feelings arise which are not there as long as one remains merely
    • to petrify, to ossify in the form given it by the earth and to remain
    • both, however, must remain invisible, for in the world of maya only
    • And the fact that this is so, that all is lifted out of what is to remain
  • Title: Cosmic Prehistory: Lecture III: Romanism and Freemasonry
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    • must not be allowed to remain united with the earth any more than for
    • no longer remain any tendency at all to crystalisation. The totality
    • which otherwise, as the phenomenon of death, remain quite incomprehensible
    • methods cannot discover. It therefore remains of necessity incomplete
    • join in the on-flowing stream. In this domain it still happens that
    • remains in their souls for their next incarnation, and then the seeds
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    • life remain constant for long periods. In the Middle Ages there existed
    • weakened by age remained at their youthful strength, she passed through
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    • spiritual investigator that in the main, the more this consciousness
    • not been incite