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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • inner development must progress if he desires to reach conclusions of
    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • human soul and spirit must undergo for attainment of the understanding
    • what would be conveyed in personal instructions. Thus it must initially
    • conveyed in any manner in this area must be understood with this
    • significant degrees of development one must undergo take place in the
    • that a special amount of time must be spent on his inner training and
    • inner tranquility. I must stress at this point that no “extra-special”
    • without personal guidance. He who sets forth the guide-lines must be
    • those who set out on this path and they must realize that,
    • teacher must know how to interpret these symptoms so as to assure the
    • is not without consequences and the occult teacher must know how to
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • One of the great laws of man that must be intimately tried out on his
    • today you will be tomorrow.” He who believes in reincarnation must
    • Therefore, a person seeking mystical development must first of all
    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • such inclinations, virtues or characteristics in one's mind. They must
    • alter his soul by his own will-power. This must be tried as
    • Such is the intimate path the soul must tread. It must be able to
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • is to fulfill a task, a mission, then it must take hold of what moves
    • the heart, it must be able to take up a position with regard to those
    • It must have something
    • the practice of life. It must not float in Cloud-cuckoo land or lose
    • itself in bare abstractions, but must have something to say to human
    • question regarding women. Of course, no one must imagine that
    • illustrates the outer situation alone, and only shows us that we must
    • discuss this question from all sides, then we must look more deeply
    • see the human being here in the right way: this must be the task of a
    • this question must he modified in relation to the different social
    • are speaking of things which must follow from the very nature of
    • shortsightedness, for one must ask oneself: In other times, in all
    • for scientific studies as there is today. We must be aware of this:
    • when people will feel that the wellsprings of the spirit in life must
    • must briefly look once more into the being of Man. We will give a
    • the bearer of desires and passions, we must say: the astral body of
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
    • etheric body. When the pupil of Spiritual Science learns, he must
    • become a different person. His habits and temperament must change;
    • question concerning us today, we must look more closely at this
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • does not matter what food one takes, rather must one rise above the
    • We must understand each other precisely as to
    • truth of things. His attitude must never be agitatorial, and he
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • certain justification after all. We must continually bear in mind
    • the right nourishment for us? What must we eat so that we are not
    • that their organisms store and they therefore must take care to
    • replenish them with further nourishment. Men must concern
    • materialistic one. We must rather ask ourselves what the essential
    • I must stress that what I say about man is
    • must not be viewed as if only chemical processes took place in it.
    • substances. Beyond the etheric body, we must remember, is the
    • body. We must not see only one side but also perceive the astral
    • mineral kingdoms. We must realize that plants represent the direct
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • must execute must be carried on in the opposite direction from the
    • processes of plants. A man must begin his processes where the plant
    • words, when a man eats vegetarian food, he must produce an activity
    • between the various peoples, one must still conclude that each
    • the characteristics of his astral body, he must strive to utilize
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • diagrammatic. In the head are thoughts but these thoughts must be
    • must be strictly distinguished from the mere preference for good
    • intellectuality, but the Gods must come to our aid if we are to
    • individuals are always fully awake in waking life. We must always be
    • able to dream a little even by day when we are awake; we must be able
    • This blood must not be regarded simply as chemical substance, but by
    • Nazareth it must be recognised as something altogether unique. When it
    • understanding must be acquired in the form suitable for that
    • whereas today men must build with broken fragments. All the culture of
    • it must gradually become known. By understanding the process of
    • process. Those who desire evolution to succeed must acquire
    • true and right. But Anthroposophy must not be something that merely
    • satisfies our curiosity; it must rather be something without which we
    • which must be carried out in human souls and can embrace all mankind.
    • of these events must however be acquired during life in the physical
    • moment arrives, they must wait until their next incarnation, for such
    • we must conceive as being far, far stronger than the most violent
    • is there compressed to the utmost degree. An inward quality too must
    • like a corpse. This is a path along which man must not accompany the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • occult facts. In this case we must recognize the existence and efficacy of
    • What I am now going to say must also be conceived as having many cons
    • I go forth and do what must be done. This “yes” will have released
    • obvious that such things must be brought before the soul at the right time.
    • good, and one need not do this. But we must be able to distinguish something
    • These may seem like small details I have given here, but it must also be
    • purposeful, healthy lives, we see how differently life must be grasped
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • this kind of thinking fruitful. The way spiritual science must proceed
    • pertaining to the spiritual life of the soul must therefore be
    • Today my task is to show how the spiritual investigator must regard
    • however, must convey what he has experienced in spiritual vision.
    • rather to express something in which spiritual science must come to an
    • scientist must proceed from a description of natural phenomena to the
    • development must be the outcome of spiritual-scientific observation.
    • External facts must be used as a language, as a means of
    • this ancient viewpoint, which anthroposophy must renew, the soul was
    • It must be added that this type of training resulted in an increase of
    • the wide reaches of the universe, something lives that must enter into
    • himself must have entered the evolution of the earth in some other
    • way, independently of man. A Being must have taken into himself what
    • developed soul life. In sum, a human being must have appeared who
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • must gradually enter into human evolution, which they will the more
    • attaining to certain definite experiences the soul must first
    • 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
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • wealth of things and that are apparently so complicated. Yet, we must
    • childhood. We must bear this in mind if we wish to understand what simple
    • existence that must be contemplated after death." This is what is expressed
    • above the three coffins, we find that we must, indeed, penetrate the
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
    • the same way we must see in the form of the innocent child the Being that
    • our teachings must include the knowledge of the Nathan Jesus boy, who
    • Child on Christmas Eve. Although we must acquire other feelings than those
    • expressed, for instance, in the painting I have described, although we must
    • depths of the human soul. When we celebrate the Christmas festival, we must
    • Then forever lost you must remain.
    • The child born at Bethlehem must be born in ever greater depths of the soul
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • destruction which must have overtaken him had not the Formative Force,
    • lived on in him. Disorder must inevitably have entered had not this
    • and realize how we must thank the Christ-Impulse for it. Then we have
    • external to their bodily structure. These conditions must some day be
    • with his speech must have become debased through the Luciferic and
    • to understand the language which must be spoken when it would be
    • qualities of the human soul but must not be confused with mere
    • can acquire, in which he must develop, all that can come to him from
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
    • but into which we must prepare to direct it, is the human memory. For
    • also realize that it must fall into disorder in the future unless it
    • this event we must prepare ourselves.
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • must come to be realized that a school of unselfishness is needed in our
    • relation to all the activities of our consciousness soul, we must first
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • conscious life is and must be on its way to unselfishness. In a certain
    • themselves, “In taking up all this beauty into ourselves, we must
    • thinking, feeling and willing. Truly, as the rays of the physical sun must
    • act upon earth to prevent the withering of plant life, so must the Sun
    • Martyr, a saying which, since it emanated from him, we must regard as
    • in us.” In his moral and intellectual life man must learn to say,
    • needed for our spiritual activities. These forces must flow into us. Just as
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • order to do so, I must first say something about the nature and
    • the steps we must now take in mankind's development if further
    • keeping with the methods of natural science. However, it must
    • life. Granted, natural scientific logic must be applied to what most
    • reason. Granted, this way of thinking must be applied to the very
    • being of man himself. Granted, in spiritual science man must examine
    • inner process which must be prepared in the soul's very depths, is
    • sort of thing one hears: “This conflicts with monism, which must be
    • researcher must carry on from this point.
    • We must choose mental images which we ourselves can form for ourselves
    • external world. We must place these images, taken from the practice of
    • such concentration is to be fruitful, that person must indeed become
    • as in sleep, our senses must be wholly shut off from all impressions
    • fraction of an hour at most. We must repeat them again and again until
    • We must keep one thing in mind, however, when talking about this
    • of soul not present in external life. He must constantly hold on to
    • us in the way a vision or hallucination does. We must be fully active
    • becoming something quite different. The same thing must happen to our
    • must link itself up with beings not of the sensory world. It must
    • “All this is nature,” is to tell him nothing. The facts must
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • that Rudolf Steiner's message to Central Europeans must be read. In
    • Secondly, it must also become apparent how this human body, in every
    • abyss. One feature in the Christ figure that must be worked out with
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • an impression must under no circumstances be conveyed. Rather, the
    • being must be portrayed as having caused his own fall, for what is to
    • concept must be expressed differently. To summarize, the group of
    • doing, it is made to appear that from these two one must flee, as if
    • Christ impulse must be seen as similar to the equilibrious state of a
    • must oscillate to one side or the other. The same applies to man's
    • development here on earth. Man must oscillate to the one side
    • principle of Ahriman, but he must maintain his equilibrium through the
    • To understand the Christ in His quintessential activity we must
    • must realize that what wove itself into our evolution here on earth
    • hours, this earth sleeps and is awake just as we are. We must
    • in this way, as if by natural initiation. Nowadays man must make a
    • sentient world and we must read the occult signs that present this
    • feeling for the fact that the external preception must take into
    • whole once possessed but was later forced to abandon. We must in part
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • question is to be answered truly, we must realize that we make a
    • nature. We must all be conscious that our Movement is significant not
    • the beings of the invisible worlds. We must realize that our work is
    • may undertake. To understand this fully we must remind ourselves of
    • world. But each epoch must at the same time prepare, bear within it in
    • post-Atlantean epoch must prepare the coming sixth epoch of culture.
    • culture in the sixth epoch its content and character, must be prepared
    • can be mentioned, of which we must realize that they should be carried
    • this quality is perceptible in modern humanity. A man today must be
    • souls must unite with the spiritual. What is known as science today
    • antiquated superstition, able to pass muster only among those who have
    • his whole form must pass into the spiritual world. He thinks
    • overcome materialism, to prepare the kind of science that must exist
    • must be no dogmatic beliefs or any tendency to accept teaching simply
    • of human beings in which everything, without exception, must be built
    • must look still more deeply into the course of human evolution if we
    • it must be in every epoch of culture.
    • however, it is the spirit self that must be developed within the souls
    • nature of spirit self is that it must pre-suppose the existence in
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • world-conception MUST NOT triumph! Let this be our firm and unshakeable
    • he must see the etheric outside, in every form and shape. The etheric
    • But if we do not begin with spiritual science, we must face that time
    • influence at the present time!” The spiritual world must more
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • my desire to answer certain questions which must arise in this particular
    • He cannot be content with what he sees through his senses or what he must
    • affecting life in a way which must extend beyond the limits of generalities.
    • obtain answers to these questions, certain consequences must inevitably
    • that this progress must be followed by progress in another realm, if the
    • by modern man, in all the useful things which he must introduce into his
    • necessary to accomplish the result must be taken into account, the one
    • answer to these questions must come from a different quarter. And it is
    • Yet of course it must appeal to faculties of cognition which are quite
    • must emphasize the fact that by no means everyone desiring to make
    • of it such results by an activity of our own. But it must be clearly
    • thought and conceptual life, but living realities. Emphasis too must
    • must be perceived by the “spiritual eye.”
    • It must be specially remarked that the forces active during the second
    • Something must now be added to what took part in the development of the
    • fourth stage of life, since it is evident that we must be indebted to this
    • Once again I wish to emphasize that it must not be believed that spiritual
    • for it must originate in the dead personality itself. In such a case it will
    • fact that science itself is a great problem, to which something must be
    • even in domains lying very close to the human being, which must be
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • untold depths of the human being must be sounded when one begins to
    • will to understand will come in time, and we must see that it does
    • come. In every possible way we must see that it does come.
    • active within man, they bring him death. But we must now ask
    • consciousness. Again and again I must emphasise this; it is a truth
    • The forces which we must describe as the forces of death took hold of
    • remainder of earthly evolution, man must receive these forces of death
    • as he must receive, in the further course of his earthly evolution —
    • the forces of the Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. Man must
    • must completely unite the forces of death with his own being during
    • penetrate into the essence of these forces, we must not look at their
    • external consequences. We must look for the essence of evil where it is
    • the way in which it must work, because the forces that figure
    • the evil in man, we must seek for it not in the evil actions that are
    • tendencies to evil. We must, in the first place, altogether abstract
    • extent. We must direct our gaze to the evil inclinations. If we do so,
    • Universe these forces of Evil hold sway. Man must receive them, and in
    • the Spirit: which from henceforward must fertilise all cultural life,
    • evolution during the age of the Spiritual Soul must be the growth of
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
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  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • humanity must gradually develop the Spiritual Soul. The preceding
    • to achieve a conscious result one must make an inward effort, above
    • not) must come from that which human beings can develop out of
    • is able to ask: Must attention not then be directed above all to the
    • impulses, social drives; but we must keep in mind that they should not
    • of social instincts today, we must take into account that we live in
    • Now, if these things are to count for us, then we must find social
    • impulses which seek to become reality. But in so doing we must
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • anti-social forces are also present. What we must be able to do today
    • We must ask ourselves: What is the relation between people with regard
    • meets another, I would say we must look into the situation radically.
    • specific circumstances; but we must fix our eyes on the common
    • characteristics, we must clearly see the common elements in the
    • meeting, in the confrontation between one person and another. We must
    • Why is this so? Well, we must see that this rests on a very important
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • or Consciousness Soul in which man must become independent. But on
    • impulses must become, right on until the 30th century. For men to
    • progress properly, anti-social forces must develop
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • from the practical point of view, serious study must be given to this
    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • human concern, had not the faintest inkling of what ‘spirit’ must
    • of this epoch. In speaking of such matters one must keep bluntly to
    • must be said that this culture was empty of spirit. And because of
    • spirit begins of itself to stir within them. We must recognise that
    • this modern age, he must not only have smelt the fumes of prussic acid
    • direction of natural scientific thinking he must have known the odour
    • light of the spirit! This is an impulse which must take effect in our
    • times; it is also one of the testings which men of the modern age must
    • We must be courageous enough to face these things fairly and squarely,
    • very habits of thought, must be metamorphosed, re-cast; when men must
    • it. That is how things are. And harmony must again be sought between,
    • To all this must be added that, precisely through the spiritual
    • understand this, we must consider once more the threefold membering of
    • Something I once said here is connected with this. (One must always
    • concepts commonly employed. Men must have insight into the nature of
    • present-day humanity; they must make good what they have neglected in
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • include the whole of the imperceptible or spiritual realm, we must speak of
    • subsensible as well as super-sensible forces. So we must imagine that
    • You must not take these things in a purely theoretical way, of course. As
    • must be put into practice to the point of making us conscious that man's
    • counting balls. Nothing must go beyond the child's mental capacity.
    • to be taught; it must be man's own nature every time that determines
    • You must pay attention to the way things have to be said, to the way
    • People must achieve the art of acquiring relatively more for themselves
    • today are convinced that everything must stay exactly the same when it
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
    • absolutely pertinent to life. What we must realize is that we have
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • In addition to the solid man, therefore, we must bear in mind the
    • but which must be conceived as an inwardly mobile, fluidic organism.
    • and the fluid element in the external world must therefore be left
    • This is how we must think of the field of consciousness. We should not
    • we should speak of having only the familiar solid organism. We must
    • We must remember that ordinary consciousness is actually present, that
    • must in very truth build the bridge between the bodily constitution on
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • bridge we must know how man's constitution is to be regarded. We saw
    • the real sense — we saw that this must be regarded as only one of
    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • You must think of this as a real and concrete happening: enthusiasm
    • the case of the plant we must go back to the seed, so in the case of
    • these future worlds that will come into being, we must go back to the
    • man's constitution. To understand it we must pass from the solid
    • order in juxtaposition, but the two are one. This is a truth that must
    • be realized by the man of today. Otherwise he must ever and again be
    • must think of an age which came to an end long before the time of the
    • earlier times was known instinctively must now be acquired by
    • these men pictured the sun, we must say: They pictured it first and
    • instinctive clairvoyance but must now be reacquired by fully conscious
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • all, but are wholly engrossed in thought. You must realize, however,
    • We must now ask: How is the ideal, the highest ideal, to be attained
    • outer, physical reality. What, then, must it be?
    • You will be able to envisage what it must be if you take a picture as
    • In regard to the life of thought, which with its mirror-existence must
    • must come to life again, but in an entirely different form —
    • which the light of the sun, the air outside, and so on, must come, to
    • which something must be brought from the cosmos in order that it may
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • once been firmly fixed in thought must also be as firmly fixed in
  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • must not tempt us to a superficial interpretation, common among many
    • Many things which appeared in the Egyptian wisdom must be repeated in a
    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • But the Isis legend must show itself as being fulfilled in another way in our
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • may be sunk into the earth. No, in a sense, we must find the Isis legend
    • again, the content of the mystery of Isis, but we must create it out of
    • imagination, suited to our own times. An understanding must arise again of
    • imaginatively, as the Egyptians did. But we must find the right Isis
    • Now, we must realize that modern humanity is permeated by Ahriman. Ahriman
    • If the mystery of Christmas is to be understood, we must bear in mind that
    • the one who takes Osiris away from them, so too, we must look at our
    • wish to truly understand the world, must imagine that Lucifer appears to
    • Christmas. We must realize that since the nineteenth century even theology
    • Then in the same way we must say of the Egyptians that they were luciferic,
    • ahrimanic. Modern human beings must understand the mystery of Christmas in
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Mysteries as though he must say: “Now I am living on earth; my
    • world must be described from within; but we must first get into the
    • And when we see how humanity received the event of Golgotha, we must
    • Golgotha became necessary. The fact of the Mystery of Golgotha must
    • indeed grown remote from the Mystery of Golgotha. We must become aware
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • must take on life once more. What was once outer must be built up
    • mathematical abstraction; and in like manner the inner must be widened
    • You see, what must be taken into consideration is that in the
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • before. And one must admit that the knowledge offered to us in our
    • fields of higher knowledge, and of how he must have become able to face
    • man must needs first cross the Threshold before he can come into those
    • must not be crossed without due preparation.
    • himself — must necessarily, for present-day man, remain an ideal; an
    • lives in his own inner being must on no account be allowed to play a
    • will. In ordinary life, they said, man must remain on this side of the
    • But he must be able also to stay in the spiritual world with full
    • between waking and sleeping. These two conditions must, we know,
    • Spiritual Activity,” to pure thinking. We must develop our thinking;
    • it must grow into Imagination, Inspiration and Intuition. And this
    • spiritual world. We must not remain in the world that offers itself
    • boundaries of knowledge. We must cross another Threshold, the
    • olden times. We must be conscious that we are living in conditions the
    • world — we must cross what constitutes for modern man the Threshold.
    • might pass him, we in our day must desire earnestly to pass the
    • Guardian. We must long to carry knowledge of the spirit into those
    • reasoning and experiment. Knowledge of the spirit must be taken into
    • research is carried on, knowledge of the spirit must have place.
    • each be a contribution to that quest which man must ever follow if he
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • upwards in waves. But just because we must admit that the will is at
    • the ear that hears of it. — Nevertheless man must realize that life
    • it was certainly present. To understand the Greek nature we must
    • sun-mystery must remain untold, that a civilization knowing nothing of
    • the sun-mystery must now arise. Behind everything that takes place in
    • Today, of course, it must be realized that the old instinctive wisdom
    • must become conscious wisdom, that what has sunk into the
    • sub-organic activity, must once again be lifted into the light of
    • consciousness. We must re-discover the Sun-Mystery.
    • new Sun-Mysteries which must be brought to the world by spiritual
    • In the fourth century A.D. there was sunset; now there must be
    • our task must be to penetrate to the reality.
    • farther into the darkness of the East — this Sun-treasure must wait
    • existence. Through spiritual-scientific development we must find it
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
    • Palladium can again be made to shine must be born out of modern
    • to-day; it is present but it is shrouded in darkness. It must drawn
    • forth from the darkness; the Palladium must again be illumined.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • pre-historical — we must conclude that speech is a preeminent
    • past, we must plunge beneath memory to perceive the primal source of
    • designated in accordance with their actual being we must say that they
    • consciousness must return to these matters. That is just what is
    • loss of the primeval word. It must be remembered that the Latin
    • Greece. — We too must experience something of this kind if we wish to
  • Title: Lecture: The Human Heart
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    • must always have recourse for our descriptions. Today, however, we
    • etheric body is to say very little. We must enter a little more
    • You must not suppose that until then man has no etheric heart. Certain
    • understand the astral which man brings with him. We must know in the
    • inheritance. Moreover, we must know that this inherited astral becomes
    • we must now go further. In the astral, that wonderful entity he has
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • the physical body to pre-earthly existence. If they break, man must
    • true reality within us; we must be aware of our connection with the
    • present must needs cause a certain sadness to arise within him. It is
    • presence of a sadness that must always accompany great enthusiasm for
    • Yet delight in beauty must be paid for at the cost of realizing that
    • painting, the more must we admit that this does not correspond to an
    • If man is to be true in a higher, this means spiritual, sense, he must
    • To glow in response to beauty means that in his soul man must create
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • nowadays we live in a time in which conscious inner life must replace them.
    • forward, towering above the animals, one must still concede that he has
    • within the cycle of the year: man must learn to live as part of the earth's
    • must keep in mind the particular tasks awaiting the human soul in each
    • freedom by inner right. We must recognize fully the import of the
    • Now we must come to ancient Greece, and the time when Greek culture was
    • on earth, and you must therefore take upon yourself the difficulty of
    • ‘Know Thyself’, and must be given its full weight.
    • Thus we must grasp the need to place ourselves consciously in the world on
    • animal instinctively does not do. We must learn through Anthroposophy to be
    • age. This we must learn in these days to join our feeling to our
    • intellectual life. We must take in what would follow upon our not striving
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • whole matter is even more complicated, because we must also consider
    • organization with a remedy. Therefore we must know which remedy will
    • body refuses to take up the soul-spiritual, our goal must be to
    • become too strong. In such pale, lanky individuals we must strive to
    • organization must be supported. This means that it has to be given a
    • this must happen only to a small extent) then the overflowing force
    • something foreign is formed purely out of the organism. This must be
    • You must not be under the
    • studied in plants. Knowledge of the human organism must be joined
    • with a proper knowledge of outer nature. We must come to know what
    • scientific medicine must take on a different character. The outer
    • when giving injections, we must always observe how the breakdown
    • to secure its place in the world, it must be understood that it is
    • Such seriousness must be
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    • ideas of what is important. In addition, certain deliberations must be
    • What must provide the basis there I actually dared to express only a few
    • laboratories or in a clinic — there one must really struggle. In
    • Even if we confront the human being as a solely physical being, we must
    • They totally interpenetrate and one must accustom oneself a little to an
    • within the human abdomen, or the lower body, must call forth the polar
    • understand migraine in its various forms we must comprehend this
    • one another in such a way that they must be in a certain state of
    • equilibrium in the human organism. One must now recognize that the
    • In order to look properly into the human organism one must be able to
    • and etheric body. Other substances must be mixed in to establish a proper
    • must support the human organism, one introduces into this organism the
    • proper way, for they must be inhibited in a certain manner. If they are
    • However, the organism must also continuously have the possibility of
    • But one must see to it that this containment can emanate from the various
    • organism must be supported in that one directs it towards the bones. That
    • organism, but that is not the case. One must be clear about how these
    • applies actual anthroposophical insights to the experiments which must
    • illness. That is what one must reflect upon when preparing remedies from
    • formative forces and the astral body, one must look for what is present in
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    • being of man, we must pay attention to these periods of sleep. A man
    • physical body and we must ask ourselves: What happens to it while we
    • are asleep? Something must still be living and working in the blood,
    • night, and yet the breathing goes on. Here again, something must be
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • Looking into our own inner life, we must admit: We are true human
    • upward to Initiation-science, we must equally admit: This planetary
    • the Christ. Hence you must first let teachers come to you from India,
    • in this book. A Cingalese Indian says to the Europeans: Teachers must
    • fact. When he looks back and remembers his past life, he must admit: I
    • in my ordinary consciousness I call ‘I’. But I must now become
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    • today — the day when the Michael mood of dedication must pour its light
    • And now I must draw your attention to something in the life of Raphael that
    • and points us to that which must now take place. For it must even be so that
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • world-conceptions. But it must be emphasized over and over again
    • Mystery of Golgotha, is concerned, we must make a distinction between
    • at Damascus? We must bear in mind what it implied for Paul, initiated
    • society that does not understand them. We must find again, through an
    • This is what we must find again: What did the risen Christ tell to
    • unable to advance to an esoteric knowledge. For this reason we must
    • understand this, we must begin by taking into consideration the frame
    • must rely, for this, on an entirely different being, on a being who
    • this esoteric teaching, one must realize that he who understands the
    • comparison, for I must always use human expressions in cases where
    • human mind and soul we must say that the most important point in
    • we must look upon it entirely as an outer event which cannot,
    • investigation. It must be set forth in such a way as to show the
    • concerning death. As human beings, we must immerse ourselves into a
    • must contain error in its truth, and error brought Christ to the
    • cross. That is, man must have turned the old divine wisdom into
    • of the most innocent of all. First, this conviction must be gained
    • intellectualism. Today we must return to a knowledge of esoteric
    • Christianity: we must know again that Christianity does not only
    • esoteric Christianity, but humanity must return to this knowledge,
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    • value and that originally they must have existed in quite a different
    • the effect produced by the characters must have been even greater than
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    • century, especially through Lessing, we must agree with that
    • works of art of any special value and that originally they must
    • characters must have been much greater than today.
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    • Before one can understand Freemasonry, one must study the original
    • Archetypal Man, the human race who must mingle with the Kingdom of
    • darkness must be overcome through the Kingdom of Light, through the
    • must have been, in its own time proper place, good. The guiding forces
    • must strip off everything that is external revelation, everything that
    • external authority has transmitted to you. Then you must become ripe
    • that Evil may be overcome through gentleness (Milde). We must
    • in addition, a form for the Christian Life of the Sixth Root Race must
    • be prepared. A number of human beings must be formed into an
    • can find its place. This Form, this external Form of Society must
    • of the Widow there will live the inviolable principle that Evil must
    • need not be mentioned. It must express itself in the forming of a
    • Non-resistance to Evil. It must create a Form for the Life that is to
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    • the all-important point for Plato. We must visualise the idea in a
    • understand. He must learn through the elementary mathematical
    • sense that Extension must be understood, the science of Mathematics
    • perception which underlies mathematical science must not be lost.
    • We must attain the faculty to speak of the realms of Life and Soul,
    • statement about four-dimensional space, our statement must be such
    • has passed through this experience must go through one still higher.
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
    • the words of the Occultist must at first seem devoid of all meaning.
    • reality. Of this he writes to Herder in 1787: “I must further
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    • soul inwardly needs, In order to know the physical world we must make
    • he has not thought them through often enough. Such matters must be
    • he does. We must try to think our way into these conditions of
    • existence. — We must assimilate the thought that life between
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • In order to make the picture more exact, we must acquaint ourselves
    • thought with which we must become familiar.
    • with these he grows more and more closely acquainted. You must not
    • discipline and control. This must be said, for it is the reason why it
    • methods of modern spiritualism must, of course, be avoided. When the
    • to remember this, and it must be emphasised when we are speaking of
    • with the dead, we must adapt ourselves to hear from them what we
    • must be held in mind when we are studying the connections of
    • sleeping life must be taken into consideration. A third thing must
    • civilisation, but the fact must be borne in mind. Again at the moment
    • however to understand what I have to say on this matter you must
    • must grasp the connection that these are only two different points and
    • fall asleep. The question must, however, be put in a particular way;
    • it must not merely be a thought or an idea, it must be imbued with
    • feeling and with will. Your relationship with the dead must be one of
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    • healthy left convolution of the brain. We must now understand what it
    • convolutions by itself. Instead, I must think about what has actually
    • taken place and what caused it. In other words, I must ask why the
    • you pronounce, for example, an M. You'll see that you must
    • imitation. If you say L, you must move your tongue. Thus, you
    • must always move some organs. From mere fidgeting the child must
    • left-handed children (you will have a few of them), you must tell
    • place in the right side of the brain. Therefore, I must make sure to
    • consonants. What must have happened in their respective regions? A
    • this matter is not so simple after all, because we must ask how the
    • support such a claim? Well, gentlemen, what we have claimed here must
    • look at the clock to see if we must start working or if it is time to
    • on earth. But I must always keep in mind that it is not the
    • formation of our minds through speech, we must look up to the stars
    • know what takes place in your stomach, you must examine the earth,
    • understand that people there must constantly re-enliven in their
    • must examine the soil. If you are interested in how people breathe in
    • you must look at the position of the stars. You always have to see
  • Title: Lecture: The Sense-Organs and Aesthetic Experience
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    • Moon. Such an atavistic falling back into Moon-visions must today be
    • life of the sense-realms must be sought in art and the experience of
    • something else we must consider when we contemplate this
    • ensouled sense of movement; but they must be truly ensouled. Here
    • realm of the senses passes over into the realm of life. All this must
    • Science must renew the capacity to take hold of and comprehend the
    • from the spiritual world. We must make a real advance in the
    • nineteenth century up to the present day. But it must be realised
    • the spiritual, but must and can overcome the material and recognise
    • logically proved, the statement must be applicable to life. Logic
    • point is that our thinking must be brought into line with reality,
    • reality. By itself it is no reality; it must be taken together with
    • that it is unthinkable. We must have philosophers who allow
    • fell into Maya, into the ocean, and foam spurted up. Here we must
    • Aphrodite, the myth of the origin of beauty among mankind, we must
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    • feeling of oppression. For one must admit: Luther does not live on
    • terribly abstract if he gave himself up to rational necessity. He must
    • activity of shaping it. He must spiritualise the sense-perceptible by
    • So Schiller asks: how must the various powers of the soul —
    • something one must accept. He never rejected anything entirely. This
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • them; indeed, one must make an effort to examine something which to
    • must grasp later on — was born only in the second half of the
    • not effectively present there. We must look at human society in
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • At the same time there must be a development also in the study of man.
    • an old superstition that must be overcome! To experience, also, he
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • impressions from the other. We must have a State, which rules through
    • personal, must work into the State from either side, or the social
    • This must become a new, fundamental doctrine: that the social
    • the other. This must become the elementary basis for social insight in
    • fraternity must rule and on the other side ignore spiritual life,
    • where freedom must rule; while the impersonal element of the law must
    • particularly by socialising the means of production. We must appeal to
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    • “Of deathlike hue it needs must be
    • What to your bride I needs must tell?”
    • the life of Man. An insight into such things must gradually become
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
    • must change in a certain way. For, as I have repeatedly pointed out,
    • insight into Man's needs at the present time. And we must again at
    • progress of human evolution must in future be called forth from
    • within; they must proceed from our connection with the spiritual
    • world, and we must not blind ourselves to the fact that unless
    • human beings we must lift ourselves up by our own efforts if we are to
    • this fact must permeate our consciousness.
    • healing. This is a truth that must now begin once more to find its way
    • into human consciousness. All striving for knowledge must give rise to
    • means that we must take full cognisance of the environment of Man; we
    • must come to know the various elemental and higher beings in our
    • are the important things for us; and they must once again become a
    • on these things, but today we are living in an epoch when we must
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    • must never be forgotten when we are studying the course of evolution.
    • the heavens. But we must learn to think of the Sun in the light of
    • A distinction must be made, however, between the Moon forces that work
    • of the world of stars. This is the kind of knowledge that we must
    • as they worked in the Ancients, but we must now learn to make
    • complaints of our age must be recognised in their cosmic aspect, for
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
    • the heavens, but he must equip himself with forces which make him
    • Earth — that our civilisation must attain. Man must learn to
    • These are the things that humanity must once again learn to
    • understand. Man must realise that the mysteries of his being cannot be
    • materialism today man has become an earthworm. He must rise above this
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    • in my Theosophy. Of man, however, we must say that in many
    • us with our senses; nor can we say this of the human ear. Rather must
    • we say: To understand a human eye or human ear we must have recourse
    • super-sensible world. We must realise that a human ear, for example, is
    • Heavenly, you must add the vowels to it. But have a care! for you will
    • follows that the knowledge of super-sensible worlds must be attained by
    • the whole man. Already when we arise to Imaginative cognition we must
    • on spiritual science. Spiritual science, as you are well aware, must
    • be acquired with inner activity. We ourselves in our inner life must
    • do something for it, we must be inwardly alert and quick. Even then,
    • the whole human being. The whole human being must be living in
    • are most rich in feeling; and in outer earthly life it must be so. But
    • women. For the moral qualities must be acquired by the inner
    • acquire it here on Earth. As the physical eye must be acquired in the
    • pre-earthly life, so must the eye, for the perception of the spiritual
    • It is simply untrue to say that one must see into the spiritual world
    • as such is not the essential task of man on earth. Clairvoyance must
    • puberty arrives — for it must be developed by that time —
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    • must be led to look out into the world around them and into all its
    • piece of music, for instance. All this must be brought to them in such
    • world must become so all-engrossing to young people that they simply
    • 21, you simply must not expose your latent inadequacies and so make a
    • inwardly, the teacher must be capable of doing this himself, so that
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • “stopped up.” This must and can be avoided. But it can only
    • You see the teacher must, in full consciousness, be permeated through
    • transformation of the courses one gives that the pedagogy must concern
    • lead young people over from the ninth to the tenth grade, then we must
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
    • must arise. Verve is what teachers must bring to young people at this
    • Young people demand imaginative powers; you must approach them with
    • must build in the most careful way upon the fundamentally basic moral
    • This moral attitude must show itself in that we do not give all too
    • Naturally we must look not at appearances but at reality. It is
  • 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
    • must be sought, and in what sense Freemasonry was aware of its duty to
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • we must make our way upwards through intellect to spirituality before we
    • therefore, is this: The human being must know how to keep silence about the
    • through deed. The “ I ” must remain concealed, within the deed!
    • classifications. This specific colour must be eliminated. Anthroposophical
    • its adherents. They must be of like colour — alike, that is to say,
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • the human soul must repeatedly unite itself, which must be
    • human being, but which must first be sought if it is to rise up
    • pictures. Thus we must say that here is something that takes
    • Occult Science, the answer must be:
    • with some difficulty, with something which they must conquer in
    • from without but from within — naturally we must not
    • but we must feel fully within it, in the way I have described
    • Christ on Earth we must have died in this third condition of
    • united with the Earth. Every time that we must awaken out of
    • united with the Earth through the Mystery of Golgotha must come
    • into the mountain, and there it must wait until Christ should
    • human being who must pass from birth to death, and from death
    • Christ is a God Who has lawfully become man, we must seek His
    • to gain knowledge of historical truth we must turn our
    • works back into the super-sensible. We must recognise in
    • many Mysteries are destined to be revealed, must be made
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    • N present-day anthroposophical life we must begin to develop an art which
    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • old Mysteries, thus: from words there must be drawn Spirit. But
    • once more: Spirit must be drawn forth from words.
    • what I once described (because these things must be described in vivid
    • an appearance, and its true inner reality must be sought. This reality
    • needs this whole activity. For he must live on within it, when he has
    • account must be taken of what these beings of the Second Hierarchy,
    • Second Hierarchy is violently dislocated. And it must be restored
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • immoral being. He must strip them off, and find his way into the
    • To Beings one must come at last in all understanding of the world. For
    • everything. Men must understand this again, in order not to speak of
    • must have particular Beings. But consciousness of these Beings has
    • in becoming a self-apprehending being himself. He must realize again
    • We must understand the connection of these things. Then the particular
    • further, we must not only remember the Monads, but we must understand
    • astral body — must be brought to life, in the way we have done
    • human being in Willing, Feeling, and Thinking — these must be
    • must be formed in such a way that it can become the organ of thought,
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    • this aright it must be said: The Gnosis conceived that while man was
    • Being must not be sought in the region to which man belongs as a
    • The Gnosis realised, however, that with this Christ — Who must
    • lay aside as abstractions those things which must be attained
    • the whole of mankind. Yet it must be said that side by side with the
    • Impulse. But in the 19th century, wide circles (among which we must
    • Christian documents point to the man Jesus of Nazareth. Rather must
    • discovered that Jesus of Nazareth must be spoken of as a God! Yet
    • Ranke and others, we must say: The highest that is attained by
    • wish, then, to understand ancient religious teachings, we must go
    • Spiritual Science must view the mighty stimulus that entered into
    • permeating all worlds, can be revealed to me, I must look into my own
    • This is the sense in which we must interpret such a saying of Christ
    • We must not take such an utterance as any kind of
    • understand the true essence of Christianity must realise the
    • they must break away from what has hitherto been recognised as
    • research, only we must add that at the point where this
    • During the 20th century something new must be added to
    • of thought must be entirely changed. This is obvious to all who are
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
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    • mathematical concepts. Men must have patience to find their bearings
    • are concerned, a poet must necessarily be vague and indefinite. But a
    • Such words must not be analysed by the intellect. We should rather try
    • was not one of those artists who think they must ‘out’ with everything
    • if a musician must limit himself to tones. In Beethoven's Ninth
    • expressed dramatically, must be contained in the music. That which the
    • music cannot express must be contained in the drama. — Richard
    • he felt that it must once again be possible, as it was in the
    • albeit this universal soul must be thought of as a reality, not as a
    • saint, a sinner must arise. Strange as this may appear it is
    • must be used for the redemption of the other. If there were no such
    • wisdom it was created. But first we must consider certain things which
    • pedantic text-books. We must rather have an eye to the interweaving of
    • Now just as human beings have developed Ego-consciousness, so too must
    • Initiates send down their influences into human life. We must always
    • The human soul must be quickened by those mighty events through which
    • Such, then, is the mystery of the Holy Grail. It must be approached
    • said to himself: The art which is living in me as an ideal must at the
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    • cognition and must in every case be accepted as traditions of the
    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • nothing down was because they held that wisdom must be something
    • arise in time. Rather must we look up to those Powers in the spiritual
    • for it must be pursued now-a-days in a different way), the deepest
    • given by Ammonius Saccas and Iamblichus must not be allowed to pass on
    • that must be quickened again in the souls of men.
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
    • Through spiritual knowledge it must again be possible to penetrate
    • must ultimately be given, and — what is more — received.
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    • crossing of the threshold, must be experienced unconsciously by the
    • no choice in regard to this; it must experience this unconsciously —
    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • public life must now be organised into THREE SPHERES. In public
    • what must occur if the goal of human evolution is not to be
    • recognising at least the existence of such goals. We must extricate
    • time has come to an end and that we must close our accounts with it.
    • we have cherished in the past. In our external life, we must begin to
    • is a FORESIGHT, a prevision of the next day. But. you must not
    • be quite wrong; you must instead consider it from the standpoint
    • Angel, during the past night!” These are the things which must
    • be discussed to-day. We must speak of the fact that the human being
    • soul-spiritual life before birth. We must speak of the fact that
    • revelations of the god within him, and we must speak of the fact that
    • the hierarchy of the Archangels, must be sought in another way. The
    • present field of human interests must be considerably enlarged, so
    • we designate as “history”. We must say to ourselves:
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    • of spiritual science, we must penetrate more accurately into
    • what is contained in our lecture-cycles. We must remember, in this
    • Form, This is a most significant fact, which we must bear in mind.
    • When we encounter man’s physical body upon the Earth, we must
    • with an Ego, we must bear in mind that it has received a certain
    • individual human beings. The colour of the skin must, for instance,
    • body must adapt itself. If you take a very soft piece of rubber and
    • the etheric body must adapt itself to the physical body, without a
    • man’s spiritual life we must become broad-minded and we must
    • they must fulfil. What do they really do? They, too, must use a
    • But all this must be prepared; it must be interwoven with the
    • with the cosmos, namely, to incorporate with it, what they MUST
    • the cosmos is to our own profit; for this must be contained in the
    • death and a new birth and contains forces which must be active, in
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • that must be worked into it in accordance with what the human
    • course, some kind of education must be offered to man. Modern
    • But it must be brought back again.
    • humanity in a fruitful way. Spiritual science must begin to penetrate
    • human race must grow barren.
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    • account must be taken of the evolutionary conditions and necessities
    • have a certain knowledge; and above all we must be mindful of the
    • the sense that we must work with forces differing altogether from
    • we must create out of full and clear consciousness, free from any
    • must open our minds and hearts to thoughts which shed light upon the
    • spiritual impulses our work must be grounded, only if what we do is
    • work fruitful — for what we have to create must be basically,
    • after the Temple of Solomon must already have been in existence. From
    • far less importance — we know that he must have passed within a
    • see the plants within the seeds. This comparison, as I say, must not
    • into the soul must be able to pour into form. Just as the human being
    • of the temple of the future must be the human soul into which the
    • upright. But man as a being pervaded by soul must be inwardly
    • super-sensible fact ... and yet it must become perceptible in the
    • powers that Spiritual Science can awaken in us, we must try to create
    • of humanity, so must the place of the Mysteries of Spiritual Science
    • day, to stand before us. Everything, in a certain sense, must be
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • returns to his father, he must remain dumb for seven consecutive
    • days, must utter no single word and appear to be a simpleton. But
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    • Fifth Root Race (Aryan), we must realize at the very outset that it is
    • Semites) of the Fourth Root Race. We must bear in mind that to these
    • to his own will. He must bring everything to consummation in
    • He (the Messiah) must have nothing of the Galilean element in him.
    • He must come from a hidden source. Hence the Apocryphal writings
    • Christ is the inner, divine principle. He must pour Himself into the
    • Therefore, fructification must be brought from the original spiritual
    • new fructification must come from the East — this was brought
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    • must derive the sources of our Will (and these for Christianity are
    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • must look back beyond my birth, far into the past, if I would see the
    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • we must find our way to it again, for only when we can feel His
    • But we must realise
    • human souls knew in their very depths: “It must be so indeed:
    • Then must they seek Him out at His hidden place. Indeed, there
    • present evolution of mankind, and that which we must hope for the
    • These things must be regained in spiritual knowledge,
    • freedom must be evolved, we need the Christ to lead us into a true
    • cannot see the Divine out of which he is born. Man must be secretly
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    • soul, must have some relation to Spirits. According as the one or the
    • must take our thoughts right back to Atlantis. For we have to reckon
    • although it must be said that the understanding generally brought to
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • absurdity (for so I must call it) had to come about when the
    • again. We must first be able to observe in the spiritual world. Above
    • all, we must approach these ancient writings with reverence, knowing
    • decay, and is fast undergoing mineralisation. Now must the Michael
    • power well up from man's inner being; now must man recognise
    • You must understand that the Michael thought is not a thing to be
    • strongest and deepest impulses of the human will. It must reckon with
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    • must therefore think of the Demiurgos as a sublime Being, as the
    • must be an active learning, not a learning that consists
    • connection with these matters we must remember that ancient
    • world. They were preparing for something that must be achieved in our
    • involved, and which they must learn to understand. If they succeed in
    • the Ural and Volga districts, then, we must conceive of the existence
    • Men must awaken those inner faculties of soul which once gave birth
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    • To begin with, I must say something on this one point: the power of
    • the elemental world; a second corpse is laid aside. But we must not
    • We must however realise that this working together of the dead and
    • course subject to the conditions under which man must live in the
    • world of soul and Spirit; he must submit to them. I need only mention
    • there in the world. The Luciferic and Ahrimanic forces must work upon
    • man, and must give him the opportunity to follow and obey them. Once
    • longer be fighting against man himself — we must still be
    • approach us — as he must do, since he is still connected with
    • us. This hatred must first be overcome by him; it is like a sword, a
    • In bringing all this before us, we must realise, of course, that our
    • such a case — the psychoanalyst opines — we must look and
    • must have elapsed before the soul (assuming, needless to say, that a
    • so-called dead and the so-called living work together. Now we must
    • one aspect or another. Now here it must be said that there is in the
    • to do with you, and now you must begin making great efforts to get
    • the idea tells us nothing whatever as yet; we must first get rid of
    • the idea; yet we ourselves must first achieve the actual presence.
    • period between death and a new birth man must have the inner Feeling
    • old atavistic clairvoyance. Instead there must now come into us what
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    • ideas are not fitted to take hold of the impulses which must be
    • basis today. Of the Egyptians one must say that in the age when the
    • is something that one must keep well in mind in order to recognize
    • the myth, which I must relate since we shall need it if we wish to
    • descendants of these earlier men. We must say then that the Greeks
    • what one must have in mind.
    • somewhat, one must add detail when one wants to be quite clear), “We
    • must have ordinary objective thinking. But the Gods have not ventured
    • mythology. Let us hold that fact to begin with. We must have such
    • must look to the world which man enters when he goes through the
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    • profoundly in the Osiris-Isis myth. Over to Phoenicia must Isis go to
    • these things must be spoken of today, because the knowledge of
    • world of the young boy. We must deal with such things truthfully; the
    • known to those ancient peoples of the ages of which one must speak
    • Such truths must no
    • come in which right views, general views, on these matters must be
    • clearly and plainly what is today, one must not shrink from
    • mankind must learn to know today, and which they do not want to hear,
    • but this must also become a recognized title from heaven knows where.
    • again with reality. They must be united again with reality.
    • there must be a kind of recapitulation of the time in the
    • were, must take place: man must find the way back again to the
    • Imaginations. One could say in another form: Osiris must become
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
    • have spoken very concretely in these studies by saying that we must
    • fact that people must understand something which it is above
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    • and significant a difference that one must bear it well in mind. In
    • third Post-Atlantean epoch, the Egypto-Chaldean must reappear in the
    • to look up to the great mysteries in his surroundings, then he must
    • the Osiris-Isis legend or myth at the present day, one must view it
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, but must be again unriddled today —
    • Golgotha. There must stand before our soul's gaze all the mystery
    • this other Osiris-Isis myth I must count upon your freedom from
    • into other lands, because she believed that she must do so. She
    • must set one thing definitely before our souls: Even though the power
    • age, deeply justified in what this age is meant to become and must
    • the Logos, however, must be laid hold of again. The cow-horns of
    • the ancient Isis must take on quite a different form.
    • those essences and forces of which we spoke yesterday, must come
    • must not now be as if something arises through the forces of nature
    • head as cow-horns. No, there must be a conscious grasping by
    • power of the Word. A new element must draw into the human
    • imaginable. We saw yesterday to what it must be related. The
    • But there was a consciousness that this epoch must in turn be
    • succeeded by another, that the letter must come which kills the
    • kills but that also brings the consciousness which must be
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    • impulses of human life must enter especially into the consciousness
    • must be the complementary saying: ‘I am Man. I am the Past, I
    • Now above all one must
    • within the soul, must be awakened. Yes, contrary to our custom of
    • that must be said in the course of these observations and it might
    • overthrew the tables and so on! In order really to promote what must
    • facts, must be censured if the age is to progress. The sentimentality
    • of painting everything in glowing colours must not find entry into
    • from reality; furthermore, all that must break into our age
    • post-Atlantean-period. We must transplant ourselves in a new way, my
    • constellations of the cosmos. One must only understand this
    • The belief that the physical human being must in a certain way take
    • this epoch great must be brought about from the forces of the
    • spirituality as this fifth epoch. Courage must only be found to drive
    • the money-changers out of the Temple. Courage must be found to
    • dear friends, stands favourably for this epoch, but this must give no
    • This must not cause
    • if a man will — but he must will — of his finding
    • One must approach from
    • the time must come in which the child learns what it means to become
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    • spirit nature after our twenties, we must seek for this development
    • own willpower we must make any further advance. This is how it seems,
    • becoming-younger! And we have seen what consequence must be drawn
    • There must come an entirely new knowledge of the being of man. For
    • must really be considered from a different standpoint from the one
    • point of view as something absolute, something which must bring
    • standpoint and others take others, and an agreement must come
    • draws the conclusion (I must emphasize it is in 1828) from what he
    • however, the life of science and life of the State, must be
    • from those of official science, that science must keep to what can be
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
    • there must be a mistake. Friedrich Schlegel most certainly spoke from
    • yet there must have been something not quite in accord.
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • Christianity. It must come quickly, he thought, a general renewal of
    • of political life (one must know history, real history, not the fable
    • days: men have forgotten how really to become old, and we must learn
    • again to become old. We must learn in a new way how to become old,
    • general disinclined for it, still disinclined, and it must cease to
    • that he must now abuse Anthroposophy as a whole, and afterwards
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    • things that must be said in connection with this question are
    • understanding of man. One must put oneself in the position of taking
    • reveal something to us. One must revive the consciousness that the
    • of soul. One must only develop a feeling that this human form is a
    • on earth. One must regard man quite differently.
    • this (see diagram: moon form), only, of course, the two circles must
    • man in the kingdom of the lower Gods then one must complete this
    • drawing and make it so: one must also, as it were, include the
    • unillumined moon. (See drawing below.) In other words, one must
    • With the rest of the organism one must far more have in mind what is
    • us that we must accept man as complicated. But, does what I have just
    • must
    • caused by external circumstances — one must treat the matter
    • order to unite this knowledge fully with the whole man, one must keep
    • complete all-round developed organism of soul and spirit, he must be
    • quickly, rapidly as a child. The whole life through must the human
    • head-knowledge. It is in no way fitted for that. Much water must
    • into heart-knowledge. What must that be? We have in fact today no
    • faith must have an entirely different origin.
    • different way from that in which it must be striven for now, of the
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    • man himself, again as totality, is its solution. We must not expect,
    • place and at the time in which the person is born, this must result
    • received its forces from ancestors, we must only refer to the
    • the rest of the organism must first affect the head (it can do so of
    • what he has won for himself upon earth. This education must be given
    • must wait. And today people want to understand everything all at
    • and so on. In this case, to be quite just, it must be owned that
    • learnt; but he must keep the things continually present in his soul
    • acquired he must at least make special reference to the fact, so that
    • who are of opinion that this war must continue as long as
    • opinion that those people who say ‘One must be enthusiastic
    • hypnotized by words. But one must not be dependent on words; one must
    • is honest must admit that this is the motive of many’ (not
    • one goes into it seriously, one must carefully distinguish between
    • of knowledge; what the head can experience must be reflected upon in
    • the rest of man and this must mature. It may be said that what the
    • conditions alter over the earth and man must grasp this and change
    • the earth. Only man must gradually develop what has been
    • worlds of the stars and their courses, is a great poem, one must be
    • sieve, and must force its way back to reality.
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    • world! And we must develop this sense of responsibility that makes us
    • which we continue to bear as our astral body must not be looked upon
    • we must imagine that the human being, as he appears when he is born
    • two, the soul and the physical nature in such a total view, must
    • consciousness. Today this must be accomplished in another way. It
    • special way of shaping the breathing process; for this method must
    • into our body, as did the ancient Indian, — indeed we must not
    • your view of life, then you must not be content to speculate upon the
    • through others in the future, but you must also consider with this in
    • observance. In general one must clearly realize that speculation or
    • regard to this, we must seek elsewhere in order to learn the actual
    • must contrast this with another European population, which we find in
    • south. We must clearly realize that this population of Europe which
    • soul.” But we must not use the phrase: “transmigration of
    • human life. You must not imagine that history, for example, ought to
    • the more, my dear friends, must we draw strength from sources which,
    • for the good of humanity. And we must not let ourselves be
    • blood. We must strive after a total consideration of humanity, after
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    • must realise that from the time of falling asleep to the moment of
    • his way into the earthly life. You must not think here only of the
    • man's life on Earth? Three things must be considered if we are
    • produce something that is beneficial to life, we must make a real
    • Such truths must be viewed in their true light. It is but a slip-shod
    • In other words: the future, too, must be reckoned with, when we are
    • the present earthly life must not be considered as breaking the
    • The whole feeling and attitude of soul that must emerge from a true
    • soul, we must realise: It is good and right that this misfortune has
    • us the power to do this. Still higher Hierarchies must add their
    • must introduce the fruits of what we have achieved in communion with
    • the physical body, the proper equilibrium must be established in
    • waking and sleeping life because we must be united not only with the
    • science must evoke into the realm of consciousness, realisation of
    • matter of establishing the theory that the will must be free,
    • but that the thought must be free. The thought must control
    • the will if man is to be a free being. But a man's life must be
    • for these impulses must have their root in pure thinking.
    • really to know something about the world and about life, we must try
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    • modern historian infers that human beings must always have possessed
    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • We men of modern times must learn to make a clear distinction between
    • measure, number and weight, another must unfold.
    • must come to our aid here, for ordinary history can tell us nothing.
    • conscious mind, we must deliberately adjust ourselves to an entirely
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    • in your own language. As this is not possible, I must ask to be
    • inadequate and incomplete. My endeavour must be to indicate by
    • genuine investigation. The true investigator must be on his guard on
    • the other, the human side, the storehouse of memories which must be
    • investigator must be directed is that of remembrance, of memory,
    • their effect during the exercises. Nothing whatever must be allowed
    • complete survey must be maintained and everything must be subject to
    • exercises but they must be repeated over and over again. One person
    • But one point must be quite clear. In this Imaginative Thinking we
    • beginning to grasp the reality of my own being; I must yield up my
    • must not be afraid of having to endure them. I shall speak of this
    • own earthly life through the flow of time, further progress must be
    • consciously to do this. If I may speak rather paradoxically, we must
    • images. Nevertheless this must be practised. Thereby we succeed
    • unfolds of the higher worlds. The knowledge he communicates must be
    • Again we must be capable of re-asserting normal consciousness, to
    • Spiritual Science must make to achieve these results should be known
    • By means of the exercises indicated in my books, we must be armed
    • But this innermost Self must also surrender itself to the world
    • Imagination, must flow outwards, into what is objective. Thinking,
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    • spiritual development of our modern times, we must penetrate into
    • the right to point out that the super-sensible world must be the
    • regard to the super-sensible world must be given through the
    • penetrating into the sensory material world. We must emphasize again
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    • human being, we must say: Such a world-conception grasps above all
    • thinking part of man, the head of man. And we must ask: What
    • see, I must continually call attention to the difference between
    • merely logical, but that it must correspond with the reality, as well
    • as being logical. It must correspond with reality. And this
    • slave of his instincts. He must again be set free. He can only be
    • much people may talk of the fact that a new age must arise out of an
    • should indeed realise that something must penetrate into the human
    • pole, what is able to heal the wounds which have been inflicted, must
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    • our spiritual science as a riddle which must be solved. The times in
    • human being passes through the portal of death, he must leave his
    • human being, who then continues along the path which he must tread
    • Now it must be evident
    • to everyone of us that the etheric body of a man who died young must
    • themselves. Spiritual science must teach that this truth should be
    • The constitution of an etheric body must be of such a kind as
    • known to many of you, but that I must nevertheless repeat here, a
    • must have happened, for a large furniture van had arrived in the late
    • science must however show that many things which are looked upon as
    • things must be achieved in connection with the Building. Let me
    • now say a few things in regard to the inspirations which must now be
    • everything that must be brought down from the spiritual world is
    • present a lifeless aspect. The seer must give an entirely different
    • human being, lying there asleep on his bed. A clairvoyant seer must
    • of wonderful pictures, all the forces that must stream into the earth
    • what they must give us during our life between birth and death,
    • artificially; it must be connected with the whole Karma of the human
    • forces (I must always call them heavenly forces) have passed through
    • essential point that we must bear in mind is that we should never
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    • indicates the lines along which natural science must evolve, how it
    • must seek with the powers of free human cognition for the spark of
    • working of the salts in etheric form must be thought of in a more
    • Giordano Bruno there was a feeling that man must learn to understand
    • the universe, must get to know his own nature, but his faculties did
    • knowledge which Giordano Bruno possessed in so nebulous a form must
    • words I have indicated what must take place in the evolution of
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • words and then to pass on to what I believe I must tell you, for it
    • Anthroposophy must enable us to take in fully the feeling of freedom,
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • realise that we must once more take in spirituality from an
    • though it experiments, dissects, etc. We must first take up again
    • according to which a Christian who truly believes must acknowledge
    • We must see through
    • this. We must be quite clear that when the modern civilisation arose,
    • an insight into world-events from a spiritual standpoint, must see
    • this, we must indeed observe the nature of sleep from the moment of
    • for we must observe what takes place inwardly. We must observe what
    • healing of civilisation, must come from that world! The spiritual,
    • for our civilisation must come from that world! It is necessary, at
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • modern mentality. And as a result, spiritual science must not
    • restrict itself to some sectarian group, but if must be brought out
    • its spiritual science must become a concern of the great masses of
    • certain higher knowledge, which we must first take in there. It is a
    • knowledge that must be developed, for to-day we live in a time in
    • the world — and each one must do this in his own way — so
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    • of what I want to convey by saying this, you must think about many
    • You must remind yourselves that as well as living through his life
    • There must be no misunderstanding about such a fact as this.
    • in which truth must be conceived to-day. Hence the truth is virtually
    • What must be realised is that when a man desires to approach the
    • relations between man and man must prevail if super-sensible truths
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • indicated. This must be taken in all earnestness. In very many
    • personal feeling. It must at all times be realised that the
    • But it must be remembered that to have experiences in sensible
    • of this nature must be understood. ... For in wrestling to acquire
    • Threshold is crossed man must become one with the light in his inmost
    • must become so entirely one with the planet, with the earth, that he
    • As soon as he leaves the body, we must say: He is united with the
    • times that must be kept clearly in view.
    • way, we must have interest in all things — but never mere
    • They must learn not only to think differently but to feel differently
    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
    • respect our whole life of perception and feeling must change if
    • life of soul must change in one particular respect if our healthy
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    • can no longer be ours, although in this age we must again advance to
    • spiritual life of the present day must be, once more to gain
    • taking of these steps which must bring blessing to the
    • its task, must really carry the whole impulse of the Anthroposophical
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • impulse that must proceed as a living power from the Mystery of
    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • strive after the truth in the way in which it must disclose itself to
    • individual way, there must flow by an absolute inner necessity the
    • Anthroposophical Movement. The spiritual path for them must be sought
    • within the community, must follow a different path, one which only
    • Even the field of scientific work, for example, must not encroach
    • weakened. In particular, the anthroposophical impulse must not he
    • Physics is today, or biological as Biology is today. That must not
    • also its spiritual energy. To this end it must embody the essential
    • nature of the anthroposophical spirituality, must live and move in it
    • necessary firmness that the Anthroposophical Movement must not have
    • Thus it must be understood, in the strictest sense of the word, that
    • later on. Therefore strict distinctions must be made between the
    • attack justifiable, points such as these must be made quite clear,
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • as an expression of his whole being. We must depart first of all from
    • be experienced inwardly. We must experience it inwardly and in
    • order to experience it, we must be within it. The same thing applies
    • to the fourth member which must be grasped in the physical world, to
    • This must sound
    • spiritual of forces. Strange though it may sound, I must nevertheless
    • etheric body is concerned. But we must learn to think differently,
    • we only look upon it spiritually. We must realise that we then
    • this case we must set about thinking in an entirely different way of
    • This physical essence prepares the place through which we must pass
    • which must again and again be filled out by us. And then we acquire
    • reality of the spiritual world, we must first have those images.
    • essence of this life-tableau, we must really say: Everything that we
    • life, we must once more live through everything that other
    • mysteries must move us. The more it moves us, the better it is, for
    • for the next incarnation. All the divine Hierarchies must cooperate
    • there. Now we must, however, surrender our whole inner being to the
    • influence upon us; but in the spiritual world we must SURRENDER OUR
    • INNER BEING and we must now build up the image, the imagination,
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    • separately. In other words: A nation must once have existed that felt
    • those ancient seers (but we must bear in mind the fact that the
    • highly developed nation, but instead, the necessary things must take
    • But something else must now take
    • place. The following thing must, as it were, come from a certain
    • “Kalevala”, must now be obliterated. This can only be
    • take up what comes towards it, it must first be prepared for this. We
    • must be prepared in an extraordinarily complicated manner, as it
    • must look out for a soul-tribe leading upwards from below;
    • man’s earthly part from below, but something else must ray into
    • this earthly element, another elemental influence must ray into it.
    • are split into three parts must be influenced by spirits pertaining
    • the human being himself. It must, as it were, penetrate into man as a
    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • something that is, in itself, spiritual: a Being must be there, a
    • Consequently, a being must be there that influences the soul from out
    • must remain, almost like a conscience, like a living memory that
    • a time must come when the understanding for the tasks of evolution
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    • practical situation prevailing in the life around them must be taken
    • they are honest. But we must admit, too, that the very clarity
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • us. They throw light, however, on the question of what must be done
    • Movement's first phase. This is a capacity one must work to develop.
    • long-latent conflict. It must be brought out into the open and
    • suffers from two evils, both of which must be overcome in the
    • books bring in money and appear on book lists. There must be themes
    • held that man was born evil and must overcome his nature, the
    • often nothing more than pretense. I must add that both these ominous
    • anthroposophical life must overcome. If this anthroposophical life is
    • to develop in a practical direction, everything it undertakes must be
    • enterprises are outgrowths of anthroposophy. This must be kept firmly
    • men and other such specialists simply must not turn their backs on
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    • must be understood that in reality it interpenetrates the whole human etheric
    • fear, we must think of Ahriman as we saw him in one of the Mystery Plays.
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • it’ — but one must have such humility, such modesty, that one
    • must first know what must happen and recognise clearly and without any
    • must be forbidden, others again cast sheep's eyes at those in power and seize
    • of the outer materialism of today. We must not allow ourselves to be deceived
    • by words, this we must understand. Further, it is necessary that we should
    • materialistic tone of the day. But at least we must learn to feel it a
    • bondage. Here it is that a beginning must be made. We must not be taken by
    • very little can be done in our day; but in our thoughts we must make a
    • beginning by realising the trend of events — wherever we can, we must
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
    • printed matter. We must have books, and lectures, but we ought to be awake to
    • the fact that care must be taken that things which are now entrusted to print
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    • etheric body for remembering. It must be there for you to so much as
    • this holds good in general. Now we must look at the way all that we
    • would be impaired. Nothing must be allowed to remain that cannot be
    • must first learn to forget all that binds him to the physical world.
    • all of what happened in his past life, if he must forget this life?
    • answer. But we must leave ourselves time to do this gradually, for it
    • course these things must not be taken in such a way that you come to
    • the conclusion the human being must try to forget everything. But you
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    • Present-day mankind must, above all, realise more and more that man
    • must the matter be taken superficially. You can find plenty of
    • man's being, namely the ego. And scientific methods must be
    • thing the matter with them. To get to the bottom of this, we must ask
    • person's character and can say: For this person to recover, he must
    • etheric body and appearing as glandular complaints, we must always
    • must know that the human organs that come under the influence of the
    • will see that any form of one-sidedness must be avoided in the field
    • a certain way in the glandular system, we must find the remedy that
    • a modern form, you must realise that this wisdom is, in some
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    • how the clock works we must go to the mind that produced it, namely
    • our world, we must step beyond the physical world and enter the
    • something else that had previously existed. You must not think that
    • must picture to ourselves that in the times preceding bisexuality
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • beings, for when we are based on spiritual science we must not assume
    • beheld the sense world more and more clearly. We must picture this
    • passions and instincts aroused in the physical world. We must look
    • sexes. This holds good for human evolution, and you must not apply it
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    • must look at the human being in a way that makes it possible to
    • again. We must say, then, that in the course of twenty-four hours the
    • bring light into the most everyday things of life. One must have the
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    • Something must be happening in the etheric body if a temperature runs
    • the etheric body. Now in the etheric body there must be not only the
    • world. And we must penetrate further and further. Now let us enquire
    • the large planetary system must have arisen. Although it is usually
    • independent of outer rhythm. But we must not lose the ground from
    • inwards he must now create rhythm from inside outwards. That is the
    • essential thing. His inner life must become rhythmic. Just as rhythm
    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
    • mission or not, for if we want to understand our times we must
    • then we must let them flow out of us again into the world, so that
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    • inkling that illness must also depend to some extent on a person's
    • are very intricate and manifold, and we must study the more detailed
    • to do this we must say a few introductory words on the subject of how
    • we must picture to ourselves what man actually does in Kamaloca. We
    • of illnesses. So what I am about to say must not be taken as the only
    • achieve its purpose. You must not think that man would be better off
    • make him the strong being he must become by the end of earth
    • puts stones in his own path. If he did not have to muster the
    • at all. Then the world would be the poorer. We must altogether
    • and so on. You must certainly not imagine that we can immediately put
    • again with all the forces we have mustered. This is inevitable. Now
    • we have mustered, and when they have become mature they make their
    • different way. We must not, of course, conclude from this that if
    • through the resistance. Then this offending organ must inevitably be
    • must not necessarily think of spiritual enlightenment every time;
    • spiritual fact, that must be of particular interest to us, coming as
    • accordingly, and — this must be stressed more and more —
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    • but only grin. We must be alive to the difference between howling and
    • weeping, grinning and laughing. We must go back to some very
    • lives. It must wait until after birth. So we can say that before
    • animal body. It must not have such a rigid form as an animal body. We
    • a little imagination to find the reasons why this must be so.
    • moving, because we know that it will and must be overcome, but how
    • must pay good attention to these feelings that can come over us when
    • the course of time. We must be conscious of the fact that there is a
    • we must understand our middle world as deriving its forces from these
    • why man must laugh or weep; whereas if it only lies within man, we
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    • what tremendous human differences must have come about since the very
    • know, still one body. The conditions within our whole evolution must
    • belonged to the regions of air and water, whereby we must imagine the
    • bodies, but this must point to something special, for as a people
    • significance. The ego must lose itself entirely, it must dissolve
    • must learn the right lesson from these phenomena of earth evolution,
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    • comparable to that of the animal. This must not lead to the
    • outside? To answer this we must reach three very important, rather
    • of nothingness are what we must have in mind if we are to picture the
    • must not look on everything as determined, rather it depends on
    • anthroposophical society we must return to the thought that we are
    • must allow something to sink into nothingness, for we have been given
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    • All the forces of the soul must be activated if the essence of
    • Anthroposophy is to be grasped. Subjects must be studied from
    • spiritual world. Since 1899, spiritual influences must take effect
    • the attitude of the soul must be if an adequate conception is to be
    • you to realise that there must be complete truthfulness and deep
    • has been the keynote of the lectures I have given here. It must be
    • soul must be involved. But life itself is a process of Becoming, of
    • have led him astray. He must avoid empty theories and high-sounding
    • of existence must be approached from different sides. Each Gospel
    • age is a cause of offence to numbers of individuals. But we must not
    • attention must be paid.
    • Attention must be paid to two points which emerge from
    • it must be achieved through our inner calm, our inner tranquillity;
    • the year 1899 such influences on the souls of men must be purely
    • exerted on the souls of men must more and more take effect inwardly.
    • condition must be noted. The Beings whose task in the spiritual
    • but it must co-operate in the right way. Those who were ready
    • who says to himself: I must wait until the answer comes to me like a
    • We ourselves must set before our soul whatever is to be
    • presented to it. Whereas we must be absolutely quiescent if
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    • the next incarnation must be drawn from the Sun sphere, for renewal
    • of lectures has been given. It must be taken for granted that a great
    • the human Ego, the ‘I’. A distinction must however be
    • consciousness. It must be clear to everyone that from the time a
    • child must therefore keep it alive and alert. The only possibility of
    • You will readily understand that this must have the
    • Our conclusion must therefore be that we owe the preservation of our
    • being the forces must be drawn from other worlds.
    • dweller, a Venus dweller and so on, and in a certain sense he must
    • man must himself possess some quality that will enable him to
    • they will be in the Venus sphere. On the Earth we must already
    • folk-community. This fact must be remembered. The influences which
    • between knowledge and reality, it must nevertheless be said that he
    • Christianity when rightly understood. Distinction must be made
    • sphere a man must make a decision; he must acquire a certain
    • something that must be noticed. A saying in identical terms is
    • from the Sun sphere that we must draw the forces necessary for the
    • forces necessary for our astral body in the next incarnation must be
    • Akashic picture of Christ in the Sun sphere. You must not argue that
    • evolution proceeded and this was necessary because new forces must
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    • new birth the individual concerned must undergo all the suffering
    • realise the wrong I committed, but I cannot rectify it and must rely
    • knows that it must be so and that it would be detrimental for his
    • he must leave it as it is; he is unable to bring about any change in
    • Such things certainly happen but we must realise that they are very
    • able to help them. To this end Anthroposophy must make us conscious
    • to clarify what must be understood here.
    • must turn to the sun as man's body must turn to the Ego and astral
    • body and we must think of these members of his being as having the
    • at a later time. Now, however, it must be made clear that when a man
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    • death. Forces once drawn from the stellar worlds must now be drawn
    • forces must be drawn from these parts of the aura. That they work
    • it but in the future more and more individuals must do so —
    • stars must now be drawn from the depths of their own souls and used
    • was preserved there and must now be drawn forth again from those
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    • mention must be made of his further activity. The Buddha was no
    • in line with those principles, but at the same time the soul must
    • intellect; in its depth and range it must be felt — with
    • the whole heart and soul. We must grasp what it signifies to be aware
    • by the Gods — in which, however, men must participate because
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    • must not be confused with the 'I' recognised in earthly
    • background — teachings that must be introduced today into the
    • although Rosicrucianism must, we are told, be included in everything
    • understand this we must again consider man's relationship to the
    • But we must now consider closely how man is related
    • must not be confused with the ‘I’ which the human being
    • must also have some knowledge of itself. Thus the immortality of the
    • must be present in the human being even when he cannot yet say ‘I’,
    • the sway of gravity out of which he must lift himself with the help
    • healthy human reason must be willing to recognise how during the
    • are matters of which we must have knowledge if we are to understand
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    • grow larger, provision must be made for the stoppage of growth by the
    • centuries and one can speak of its actual beginning. Such things must
    • new must radiate into human souls in order that after death there
    • beings because they absorb it between birth and death, must
    • described, he must experience the counterweight in his life between
    • be entirely out of place. It must be said, although it will seem
    • greater importance for the Earth's evolution. We must clearly
    • evolution must take root more and more deeply in their inner life. In
    • earthly life, in the life between death and rebirth he must receive
    • this is an experience which man must undergo between death and
    • inapplicable to the Earth, where life must progress from incarnation
    • contained the seed of what man must acquire in the disembodied state
    • scalepans are needed as well as the beam. Thus there must be a
    • All this must be borne in mind if we are to understand
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    • thinking. Hence we must use or at least activate the brain when in
    • To understand this we must be clear that the new human
    • behold is outer world. We must not allow ourselves to be shocked by
    • are coming into being must naturally also be there. This is of no
    • connection with these things we must turn our minds to the course of
    • achieve. We must work not only according to the concepts and ideas of
    • senses must again be generated in the soul in order that active life
    • be part of life in the physical body, they must have been implanted
    • upon bodies which must remain imperfect, or can this be avoided? If
    • this fate is to be avoided, souls must accept during their life in
    • then be born in us that Spiritual Science must be there, must
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    • birth. What we need for the shaping of our life must be acquired
    • Between death and the next birth we must approach, stage by stage,
    • following life. We must be able to understand or at least to perceive
    • acquired in the super-sensible world itself; it must be acquired here,
    • be the light through which we must ourselves illumine the path
    • enabling the higher Hierarchies to be visible to the soul must be
    • understood Karma must be studied in details, in details which reveal
    • is on Earth that he must do so; if he misses this opportunity he
    • said that such matters must always be put to the test of Kant's
    • personalities on Earth. But there must be someone on Earth who passes
    • on the knowledge to him out of love. Connection with the Earth must
    • can always know whether the dead soul also hears us, it must be said
    • seriousness and worth of Anthroposophy. But it must constantly be
    • birth. Exceptions do occur but must be recognised as such. What I
    • is not enough; knowledge and feeling must be combined. We must
    • goal, souls must become inwardly more and more spiritual. My purpose
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    • soul is to pass in the right way through the Venus sphere it must
    • in compulsory isolation, the soul must be imbued with certain
    • must finally have finished even with everything that transcends
    • religions on the Earth. In the Jupiter region, however, the soul must
    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • religious beliefs; and then it must free itself so completely from
    • and leading into that cosmic life from which souls must bring the
    • Spiritual Science and that its method must be to gather from every
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    • as we try to gain knowledge, we must penetrate into the spiritual
    • disturbingly aware of how contradictions, difficulties, must pile up
    • through our anthroposophical studies we must of course include
    • of Golgotha, he must admit one thing — that in this island world that
    • that past epoch one must look to worlds lying infinitely far away in
    • What I am now telling you must not be taken as offering a convincing
    • faculty of thinking about it, shut off from the thirty Aeons? We must
    • far-reaching Monism, has left such fancies far behind. We must look
    • that the root causes of this are a profound enigma. You must seek in
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    • endeavour encountered the very greatest difficulties. We must pause
    • spiritual chronicle of the time, then we must say that no real truth
    • which today we must emphasise again and again: that in truth the
    • Now we must speak of the way in which Paul tried to come
    • soul of one of these great teachers of ancient India, one must say
    • the Christ manifestation by way of these three Wise Men? This must be
    • must certainly be put to the Bible, and which will be more
    • one must say it — this working would have been in a sad way.
    • relation to the Christ Event, it must seem as though theology had
    • What really went on in the souls of the Sibyls must be
    • of interest to us, for through spiritual research we must unearth
    • covers them nowadays. In this condition they are useless; they must
    • research which are available in our epoch. But attention must also be
    • gazing at them we see — and this must be kept firmly in mind —
    • are they? What does their prophesying signify? We must penetrate
    • force so apparent in the Sibyls has gradually declined, then we must
    • must look for not only in what is taught or understood, but in what
    • Christ and the Sibyls had been waged. We must pierce the veil that
    • shows us the spreading of Christianity on the physical plane. We must
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    • I will return to these leading themes, but we must
    • We must now consider a little this Nathan Jesus child. I
    • We must remember that the Beings and Powers connected with human evolution
    • walked the Earth as man. We must look for him not in the history of
    • Atlantean times. We must accordingly think of Earth-evolution as
    • have been exposed to a certain danger. We must not think it was a
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    • Zarathustrian impulse. Now I must here remark in parenthesis that I
    • post-Atlantean epoch? Again I must make use of a pedantic, dried out
    • post-Atlantean epoch, is something I must again designate with a dry,
    • point that we must keep before us: among other peoples — the
    • activity. For we must think of this mountain as a volcano, or at
    • and receives from God the rule, the precept, that the Ego must follow
    • we look back over what happened then, we must say that what was
    • a prophet of Jahve I must above all things proclaim that in Jahve
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    • before my soul rose the admonition: “You must first read the
    • epoch, but permeated now with the Christ Impulse. Today we must
    • stellar script must once more become something that speaks to us. And
    • Where, then, is the Grail, which today must be found in
    • that the name — that is the first thing — must be sought
    • for in the stellar script. And then, on a day which I must regard as
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    • difficulties that must be gone through before that which may be
    • in the heavens, I must draw your attention to an important law, an
    • Easter festival — how must it stand? It must begin, at least a
    • little, to become a sickle. Something must be visible of the dark
    • strength, must be within it. This means that, according to an ancient
    • tradition, the picture of the Holy Grail must appear in the heavens
    • at the Easter festival. It must be so. At the Easter festival,
    • shown how these revelations must be looked for, and can everywhere be
    • earth must have a soul. The earth is an animal.” [He does not
    • into Earth evolution with the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. We must all
    • repeatedly misunderstood it must be said that Anthroposophy does not
    • right up to the Vulcan period. But we must recognise in what
    • earth must have a soul. The earth is an animal. One can observe in
    • Anthroposophy should mean to us — must be deeply grounded in
    • the way in which a search was made for it we must say: If all this
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    • of that world-conception which must be employed for the laws of the
    • must be clear that at first there is nothing so directly (I said; at
    • then must we seek for what has remained behind from the ancient Moon
    • activity? We must we seek it protected and embedded, veiled from
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • must not speak of such a mode of thinking as is normal today, but of
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • of the old Greek philosophers then we must say: Philosophic thought
    • must lose its configuration with death. Hegel's tragedy lies in
    • becoming mephistophelean wisdom, philosophy must get behind this
    • wisdom, must understand what it is, must flow into the stream of
    • life, through the consciousness soul, must lay hold of what
    • philosophy must fall into decadence and die.
    • recognise that it is sun-law which is active in it. This must be
    • longer duration than the life of those for whom we must say that a
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    • Initiation-science we must again learn to realise that our planetary
    • should turn to the Moon in vain, whereas we must win the confidence
    • cosmic present. But what Jupiter reveals to the eye of spirit must be
    • the formation of human speech, we must turn our gaze to this strange
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    • development of certain faculties to which we must draw attention and
    • civilization, and what kind of opposition we must encounter. The
    • must be the result of victories; our strength grows if we overcome
    • aspect, for the effort which we must make in order to solve these
    • before our spiritual eye which must constitute a problem of destiny
    • for many people. We must now bear in mind the fact that spiritual
    • who has remained behind must bear the loss. In an abstract way, we
    • connected with the fact that, on the one hand, grief and sorrow must
    • souls who are closely related with us must be looked upon altogether
    • and interweave (I have often mentioned this), we must, nevertheless
    • way begins to acquire a true significance. For we must bear in mind
    • not only to this one life, but also to everything which we must
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • surmise that there must be a difference between a life which ends
    • We must reckon with the fact that the connexions with
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • circumstances which bring about his accident. This is how we must
    • and attitude have changed completely. What spiritual science must
    • which is trodden by humanity we must say: In spite of the pride
    • this force grows powerless because man must become independent, he
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    • super-sensible worlds we must at least enter into some of their
    • peculiarities. We must try to recognize what they are for us as human
    • beings. One thing, however, must be observed in this connection.
    • weaves itself into the forces of the spiritual world. We must be very
    • fruits of our life embodied in the cosmos. This is a truth we must
    • a dead human being through the etheric body in this way, he must have
    • Moreover, these relationships must have affected his soul — the
    • dead person. Interests of heart and feeling must always be the
    • shall speak presently.) Some interest of heart and feeling must be
    • certain respect at any rate the dead person must have constituted a
    • But we must also
    • via the etheric body but in this direct way through inspiration, must
    • call forth. For a short while, at least, he must be so able to
    • wishes to communicate. He must be able to enter into him till he can
    • ‘could’ that matters — the possibility. We must,
    • of such interests. But we must also not imagine that the dead person
    • that human being, whom in one sense or another we must condemn.
    • or antipathy to individuals. He must not allow himself to be
    • dead like fire. To come into conscious relation with the dead we must
    • themselves into our souls, or, if they must do so, in one way or
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    • in recent centuries. However, it must be said that the intellect has
    • from the region of the head must be obvious even to external
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • rhythm of the external cosmos. We must go with our thinking out of
    • inner rhythm of breathing. By contrast, we must give ourselves up to
    • the realm of the Hierarchies. We must enter into, and live within,
    • must rediscover what lies behind the knowledge provided by external
    • separated. However, it must be stressed that everything of a solid,
    • that. Thus these beings defy being counted. It must be acknowledged
    • must be psychoanalysed to be brought up again to consciousness. In
    • external point of view. To see clearly what is involved they must be
    • are no longer tolerated and must be cured. However, as so many cures
    • psychological ones. Why this should be so must be seen in a wider
    • intended to become, man must wake up to the dangers that threaten
    • significance. Man must grow beyond earth existence through knowledge
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    • We must depart first of all from the manner in which the human being
    • is something that can only be experienced inwardly. We must
    • experience it inwardly, and in order to experience it we must be
    • within it. The same thing applies to the fourth member which must be
    • This must sound strange. But our sense-organs —
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • we must learn to think differently, even in regard to the physical
    • We must realize that we then look upon the moment of death from the
    • You see, even in this case we must set about thinking in
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • that there is something in the world which must again and again be
    • more deeply into the reality of the spiritual world, we must first
    • must really say: everything that we have experienced during our life
    • pass backwards through our life, we must once more live through
    • connection with these mysteries must move us. The more it moves us,
    • divine Hierarchies must co-operate in this work. Your head, this
    • there. Now we must, however, surrender our whole inner being to the
    • influence upon us; but in the spiritual world we must surrender our
    • inner being, and we must now build up the image, the imagination,
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
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    • being enacted, and who must be answerable with body, soul and spirit
    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • must assume to be known from other meetings and through our books.
    • we learn to know all those shattering experiences which must heap
    • physical body, must be changed, must be made pliant, flexible, so
    • we must consider and notice carefully how the human being forms
    • from you”. We must realise that this is an experience.
    • Secondly, we must observe the second member of our human
    • also laid aside. We know, too, that a certain importance must be
    • We must never think, for instance, as the fanatics so
    • must be carried out in perfect calmness of soul. If anyone becomes
    • by a red surface. A red surface — and I must emphasize this
    • is the experimental rabbit. He must register, by means of another
    • must therefore use red; whereas, on some other surface, he uses blue,
    • which indeed must then shine through the colours. Yet, in order to
    • the Building, must himself create all that is in it — its forms
    • something which may appear difficult to you. But we must also
    • Building and lives in this aura. And when some artistic work must be
    • only because what lives in the etheric must first come into contact
    • with our physical body, and must set the physical apparatus into
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    • attention to the fact that this particular course of lectures must
    • greatness of that from which the ‘homeless man’ must in a
    • must appear very unreasonable to our age, to be told about beings,
    • other organs of perception. The first thing to be done, must be
    • members, there lies something else. We know that we must think of the
    • we must surely inquire: Is it not just as natural that the beings who
    • plays apart in our human existence. We must now inquire how do these
    • comprehend how they act upon us, we must bear in mind, that such
    • Spirit of the Age has gone through a further evolution. We must think
    • living and working, we must remember of what human progress consists,
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    • Now of course it might be said: It must certainly be
    • part in human life, then on the other hand we must be able to point
    • or Archangelic beings. Besides that, these beings must in a certain
    • sense also possess a physical body. Their corporeality must be
    • work, the activity of these beings is expressed, must also in some
    • all, the human body must also be concerned in the work of these
    • beings, and with the work which they accomplish in it. Here we must
    • spiritual cloudlike formation which we must designate as the etheric
    • peoples. When we consider this aura we must clearly understand that,
    • a much stronger, more powerful manner. We must once for all be quite
    • You must think of the Hierarchies of Spirits in the
    • the difficulty, one must first learn to discriminate in the higher
    • the higher worlds, would certainly find the Archangels. But one must
    • as well as with man. We must not therefore ascribe our speech merely
    • Language we must admit that man particularly likes just that part of
    • We must accustom ourselves to quite different ideas. Man
    • Just as we must look upon the ‘hurrying forward’
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so must we also look upon the ‘remaining
    • and we must clearly understand that man could in no wise have
    • and that is speech itself. We must therefore look upon what confronts
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    • whole would not otherwise be comprehensible, we must also make
    • We must now look a little into the inner nature of such
    • human inner being separately, we must look upon them as three
    • astral body. The three modifications must make use of certain
    • the Archangelic Beings, the normal Folk-spirits we must distinguish
    • in the soul-life of man. Hence also you must think of the form of
    • will not be quite easy but we must endeavor to cross this rubicon.
    • within, that the three angles are 180 deg. You must realize it
    • inscribe in our soul and then follow with enthusiasm. But we must not
    • only be aglow and feel in the sentient-soul, we must also give
    • indeed be an enthusiast but never a practical man. We must not absorb
    • ideals into our sentient-soul from outside, but we must let them pour
    • therefore we must see that one half of our inner life, half of our
    • does the actual life of the Archangels extend. You must therefore
    • of the animals, plants and minerals; so that we may say, we must
    • We must now again look into the inner life of one of
    • Archangels and man. You must take this in the strictest sense of the
    • That which is at work in this folk aura is the Archangel; we must
    • Archangel knows what must be done during the upward period, during
    • here, upon this physical plane, the individual human beings must
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    • and at the foundations from which the several peoples spring, we must
    • appears before our eyes to-day, we must look at a wonderful tissue,
    • woven out of many and various forms. It must be quite clear to us,
    • normally still have no interest in man. So that we must say: the
    • the first third of our earth life. We must therefore say: The first
    • are in about our twentieth year. Man must pay for this by passing the
    • first, or ascending third; in other words he must repay the
    • We must now take care that we do not consider the world
    • We must look for the beginning of racial
    • and we must then follow their propagation down into our own times,
    • but in doing so we must be quite clear, that when our present fifth
    • Even although we must admit, that up to our present time the
    • in the small boy is compressed into a narrow space, must first expand
    • organize his growth in size. Then the spiritual must begin and the
    • physical must be compressed. Thus we see, that as civilization
    • people who go to the country which lies more to the West, must again
    • obtain refreshment from the East, they must receive an impulse from
    • the East; but the Central European domain must call to mind its own
    • other hand we must look precisely in the West for that portion of
    • the surface of the earth. You see that we must understand what it is
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    • to a person from what we must now describe quite objectively. As long
    • present time must come before our mental eyes as the secrets of Race
    • namely, that in a race a normal and abnormal Spirit of Form must so
    • is going through an abnormal one must act together, — that has
    • is essentially the same as what we must call the activities of the
    • that we must look upon as the most external manifestation of the
    • Thrones, the Cherubim and the Seraphim work from its centre. We must
    • is not easy, because then one must next characterize the mission of
    • existence. We must therefore also call the Spirits of Form (because
    • web of love must be so woven, that the principal threads are woven
    • must raise our vision to still higher worlds. But we find even in the
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    • you must always take one course of lectures in connection with the
    • whole co-operation of the hierarchies is such, that we must look at
    • You must naturally picture to yourselves this hierarchy as originally
    • must be continually extended, that there must be no limit to it, as
    • mission of the earth, we must clearly understand that these seven
    • light, then you must seek for them in the Sun. You must always seek
    • universe, you must not seek for it in the direction of Sun, but in
    • be brought about that Jehovah split off towards Moon); then we must
    • planets in the old way. You must therefore seek for the centre of
    • You must therefore imagine the Spirits of Form radiating
    • must there seek the forces which constitute him. They constitute him
    • Mars-spirits work towards them, so in another case we must imagine
    • That which always works in the blood, that which must be fought out
    • principal starting-point, even in occult training, must be made where
    • deepening and spiritualizing must be taken from what is in the sense
    • mysterious forces which must be developed for the evolution of
    • all that we must describe as the Saturn-race, in everything to which
    • we must attribute the Saturn-character, we must look for something
    • belonging to the ranks of the abnormal Spirits of Form whom we must
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    • that into that distribution of humanity, which we must look upon as
    • epoch, a second stream of humanity, of peoples. We must, as a matter
    • post-Atlantean evolution, — then we must clearly understand
    • respect appears in the mission of a Folk-spirit, one whom we must
    • must be called, if we wish to designate it rightly, that which
    • without the former. Therefore we must recognize the necessity for
    • which reign here or there lead. Therefore we must thoroughly
    • presentations of the Greek mythology, it must nevertheless be said
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    • understanding of those relationships is possible. There must at one
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • You must keep that well in mind.* The Germanic
    • still possessed a distinct recollection of it. You must therefore
    • that in him one must recognize a Being who might indeed have been
    • must feel the ruling of Odin within ourselves in the transforming of
    • air into words, so it is true also that we must see him ruling and
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    • Indian peoples in the interval? For the Indian peoples must, so to
    • I must add something in parenthesis, by way of explanation.
    • other beings whom they perceived clairvoyantly. Thus we must conceive
    • we must therefore see the shape surrounding man, through his not
    • down to the smallest details. But we must clearly understand therein
    • of the Loki influence. You must now transpose yourselves back to the
    • spiritual world, can only be an intermediate state. Man must pass
    • through it as through a school and must see what he can acquire in
    • the physical world. This transition is necessary for him and he must
    • therefore step out of the spiritual world; he must go through the
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    • investigation describe it more minutely. We must see how in Europe
    • Thor. Sif must linguistically be connected with the word Sippe-tribal
    • then able to perceive, and we must therefore describe this
    • Now, as all evolution has to progress, we must inquire:
    • Atlantis, which must be sought where the Atlantic Ocean now lies,
    • task of the sixth stage of civilization, must be prepared for
    • gradually. That civilization, which must be pre-eminently a receptive
    • one, for it must reverently await the penetrating of the Spirit-Self
    • everything which is to happen in the future, must in a certain way be
    • prepared beforehand, must already push itself in, in order to provide
    • must think of in quite a different shade of feeling, connected more
    • with the facts, creations and beings of Nature. We must conceive of
    • spiritual must be clearly distinguished. The concept of Christ rests
    • qualities. There were, then, two natures which must first of all be
    • understood. Solovioff recognizes that two Will-centers must be thought
    • remarkable manner to the future. Although on the one hand it must be
    • also show that we must form our ideals from such knowledge. We shall
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    • matters, and it must suffice as a beginning, if only indications have
    • which express themselves on the physical plane, then it must be
    • manifestation which must come when human capacities so develop in the
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • what was formerly the old clairvoyance must take a different form
    • clairvoyant powers, cannot save man; something very different must
    • hope that that which must be the central nerve and the vital essence
    • free will and must not be compulsory. It is therefore a question of
    • East, and it must be such an one as to correspond to the sympathies
    • that this Being must be called by the name Buddha, that should
    • must be decisive for us. We shall bring neither Orientalism nor
    • to all mankind, and must be given, can only spring up at a certain
    • place; but it must be given to the whole of humanity. We recognize no
    • capable of development, we must therefore overcome that which it had
    • allow ourselves to be led astray by being told that He must be like
    • understand Who Christ is. In the same way the Christ-Being must not
    • you will find confirmation from this source. You must take nothing on
    • must be believed. Test it by the healthy and mentally vigorous people
    • That it is which we must bear in mind, particularly at
    • sublimated spiritual perception in the form of philosophy. This must
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    • we must learn to look upwards from the Earth to what is beyond the Earth. This
    • this separation of the moon from the earth. We must go far back in time, before
    • the Spiritual Beings who guide earthly evolution as to what must happen to man.
    • to such mighty events of the realm of existence beyond the earth. He must not
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • evolution. He must know what it means to say that the moon once left the earth
    • time. And we must learn to connect what is happening today — I mean the fact
    • must be received into his shadowy, intellectual concepts and thoughts, for only
    • intellect must be quickened to life by the pictures of Spiritual Science. We
    • catastrophe must ensue, and earthly life will fall at length into social chaos,
    • process of the entanglement of earth-existence. We must no longer allow
    • resistance, these things must be said, for, as I constantly repeat, the
    • We must learn to take in deepest earnestness such matters as were indicated at the
    • science of colour must be lifted out of the realm of abstract physics into a
    • must be taken very seriously. What do we find today all over the civilised
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
    • when applied to the plant kingdom, science must become a form of art, and still
    • abstract a form in the universities must be transformed and must lead to a
    • earthly must then remain behind, with man directing and controlling it from
    • existence. Man must so prepare himself that he need not be involved in what
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    • Theosophical Society, yet our Anthroposophical Society must on no
    • prevent this, I must bring forward something apparently personal, about
    • I must expressly lay
    • our Anthroposophical movement must claim to be considered wholly
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • as something which must necessarily remain unknown. Now spiritual
    • quite intelligible on this point, I must indicate, if only in a few
    • Gates of Knowledge, directions are to be found as to what must be
    • be arrived at. The experience must be made, in order that the science
    • of natural science must be made, in order to learn nature's
    • brought before you must of course still be looked upon as fantastic at
    • as light must be split up into seven colours in order that it may be
    • studied, so must man be divided into his several parts in order that he
    • before the senses. It must be experienced inwardly and spiritually. And
    • spirit and soul must be learned from facts belonging to the spirit and
    • Now certain things must
    • research in the true sense of the words, as it is here meant, that must
    • space; it must be experienced inwardly.
    • passes after death. Only it must not be thought that what appear in
    • cons of this matter. People must grow accustomed to many things in the
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    • Mysteries we must think, first of all, of that part of the evolution
    • But it must not be imagined that
    • man of the modern age is to have thoughts, he must exert himself
    • inwardly; he must elaborate his thoughts by dint of inner effort. A
    • saying: What man acquires in the form of wisdom must be true; but
    • We must try to transport ourselves
    • Midsummer, a solemn offering must be made to the Upper Gods in
    • must ever and again be given back to the Gods at the time of Midsummer.
    • men who must acquire their wisdom again in the course of the year. It
    • together with the Gods; he must now develop purely human thoughts.
    • be attained only by superhuman forces. This Power must now be
    • own being. Hence he must inwardly raise these thoughts of his to the
    • Divine. Now that he is an earthly thinker, he must permeate his
    • beneath the soil of the earth. — But the meaning of this must
    • realize: It is in what is united with the earth that we must seek the
    • as his own possession. Therefore he must receive into his heart the
    • Spirit Being who has united with the Earth; he must link his thoughts
    • spiritual-super-sensible reality in man must take place at a time not
    • Mysteries changed into the Midwinter Christmas Mystery. But this must
    • intensity how we can come to know the universe, we must gaze into the
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    • the forms in which it appeared, must have spoken to the Greeks like a
    • intensest development. But there must always be some counterbalance
    • type has its own secrets which the artist must extract from it.
    • looked at the stone he felt that thus the hand must lie and thus the
    • inner withdrawal; he cannot leave it as a bare expression; he must
    • Libyan, we see in them, though transformed, what we must call the
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    • modern life. We must come to feel that Spiritual Science is a
    • indications, we must remind ourselves of a familiar truth of
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • must guard against exposing my own body to these destructive forces;
    • I must strictly protect myself from all the influences of modern
    • untouched by it, it must nevertheless be emphasised that such an
    • One fact of which I have often spoken must be clearly
    • Now man can reach the position he must occupy if he is
    • out of the spiritual-cosmic setting, and the forces he must unfold in
    • fallacy than to say: We must rebel against what technical science has
    • brought to us in modern life, we must protect ourselves from Ahriman,
    • we must withdraw from this modern life.
    • activity of the soul. What Spiritual Science has to offer must be
    • All these things must be taken together, for that too is necessary if
    • Spiritual Science must necessarily desire that men
    • must necessarily desire” — not “desires”
    • this or that. Spiritual Science itself speaks of what it must
    • as these and they should not be overlooked. We must begin to be
    • must be prompted by some kind of feeling. But what does he exactly
    • In the study of Spiritual Science, spiritual ears must be trained to
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    • them in a really effective way. Again and again it must be emphasized
    • understanding of human life. The teachings of Spiritual Science must
    • working as well as the inherited physical characteristics. We must
    • so long as we have eyes only for a fragment of the reality. We must
    • essential reality. More and more we must realize how necessary it is
    • people, but for all that must be made known today. It is right
    • really to make any headway in spiritual research must be on their
    • must emphasize here that certain details which I have given on
    • What I propose to tell you today must be taken as referring to a
    • Universal behind the world of nature and the deeds of men. We must
    • which Christianity lives in the souls of Europeans today we must
    • repeated earthly lives and merely take it as a theory. It must be
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science must not be afraid of applying to
    • I can accept them without having experienced them myself. But I must
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    • Today I must tell you a few things on morality and karma and tomorrow
    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • must become less selfish; we should be able to rejoice at another
    • must say: “Envy must have been at work during his past
    • When there is such a person in our environment, we must say that
    • Karma we must know that another person's Karma does not concern
    • only task is to help him! We must, however, draw in everything which
    • incarnation they must descend right down into the physical organism.
    • What is the right attitude towards a person in whose case we must
    • incarnation; he misled us. We must try to bring him fruitful and
    • valuable truths. Those who are led together with him by Karma must
    • try to penetrate into his soul with love and devotion. Falsehood must
    • goodness must be something quite natural, and its good effect at some
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    • take hold of the lifeless, mineral essence of the world. But we must
    • yesterday. But we must resist mere intelligence. We must add
    • A characteristic which we should bear in mind is that we must now
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we must in a certain way learn to know the
    • vegetable world; during the 6th epoch we must learn to know the
    • that modern people must become more and more conscious of the real
    • egoistic. Consider how much a modern priest must reckon with people's
    • But we must acquire an organ capable of grasping what our present
    • And in regard to the most intimate life of the spirit, we must say
    • valid for the future; it must demand from man that he should work for
    • the divine essence within us must be developed within the soul. It
    • must envisage the facts explained today — the metamorphosis of
    • a living sphere. Here we must apply elastic conceptions, elastic
    • things, but we must also learn to think differently in regard to the
    • friends, I wished to speak of these things, for now we must feel that
    • sphere, the spiritual science of Anthroposophy must flow into human
    • for an inner courage which we must have. Let this courage fill our
    • must be done by each one in the place where he is standing. This is
    • accessible to truths which must be known, so that they may rise up
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    • comparison really in keeping with the facts must differ from the
    • inner kernel — but I must immediately add that this
    • we must go far back into cosmic evolution in order to give an
    • why is he able to think? — We must go back to the
    • deepening, so that they can see events in which the will must
    • upon as a prison. In the natural course of development man must,
    • of course, pass through the portal of death and he must pass
    • must encounter in the present time, admonish us in a certain way
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    • external things as the differences between Japan and America must be
    • fulfilled to the letter. But what must be regarded as imminent is a
    • but I have to bring it into my consciousness-soul. As man, I must
    • next condition. I must prepare myself in germ inwardly, so that in
    • he must pass through the rest of earth evolution in such a way as
    • can realise externally under these conditions. I must introduce into
    • expectation, the feeling that there must be some solution to this
    • can give the answer, for He is not in some indefinite place; He must
    • discordance weigh heavily upon him: “Of course I must regard
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
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    • kind, although it must be admitted that these are, in the present age
    • the whole of knowledge. For we must needs regard as desirable what is
    • world-others must be content with the words and ideas in which he
    • one must be an artist; but to experience the beauty and inner content
    • must be a researcher in the spirit; but once the picture is painted,
    • earlier years. In fact, I read these only when I must: for instance,
    • research. Something, of the kind must come again in the future.
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    • alive, and is something which in the course of time can and must
    • cultivate it as we must do at present, and as will be increasingly
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We must remember that this kind of
    • them must be what emerges in one or [the] other as the result of
    • inner activity. A beginning has been made, but what has begun must
    • This must take place. Men will have to undergo this test.
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • for the fifth. A conscious form of social understanding must take its
    • type of person and there is that other type, and, with each, must
    • to the difficulty of understanding one another. It is what must come
    • develop fully. Man must go through trials and provings, for the
    • certain drying up of the religious life must take place.
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • period this must all completely change. It is a question of
    • start from this age must consist in making it clear that in the first
    • religions. We must try to make the essential nature of the different
    • religious life to unfold, must be kept clearly in view because it is
    • humanity must acquire by consciously drawing upon their own strength.
    • free thought which must take place.
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    • every epoch must follow its own appropriate path.
    • Bhagavadgita with understanding one must be conscious of what speaks
    • world. He must rise into higher worlds, not by the detour of the breath,
    • one kind of breathing into another, man today must attempt to project
    • remains within the realm of thought. He must then do the same with blue
    • external world. The yogi turned back into his own rhythm. Today man must
    • Thinking must pass over into
    • we perceive colours, so we must perceive our own balance or we should slip
    • This faculty must be regained but along a different path. For reasons, which
    • necessity he must be for his earthly tasks — the aim was not to portray
    • venerable traditions are accepted simply through faith. It must be said
    • that a continuous effort is needed. Every day something must be achieved
    • inwardly. Often it is only a slight accomplishment but it must be pursued
    • pain one must be ill. However, the attainment of higher knowledge will
    • more comfortable to seek a cure than continue the path. Attempts must be
    • If you could experience these things you must be prepared to attain
    • within him and must be attained. Even if someone does not set out himself
    • on that conquest he must know about what lies hidden within him. He must
    • they must be trodden now.
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    • the time of the Easter festival, note must be taken each year of the
    • the time of the Easter festival must not be determined by ordinary
    • the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch and must now be vanquished and superseded.
    • understand history as it truly is, we must come back again and again to
    • vision of the spiritual, he must exert himself inwardly and draw it forth
    • when man must perforce lift himself up to the divine and spiritual by an
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, He is here. But you must find Him; He must come again
    • the conviction that if he would understand Christ, he must develop a new
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • People must learn to
    • spiritual nature such as Herman Grimm must needs think of the
    • ordering of the world must inevitably arise in a time when man wants to
    • beyond the earth. The time has come when man must realise with full
    • crucified upon the cross of its own materialism. But man must do
    • grave of knowledge out of which a resurrection must take place —
    • this right again? We must take the thought of Christ Jesus lying in the
    • been rolled over His grave — we must take this thought and unite it
    • upon him; and he must exert himself to overcome the pressure of this
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    • which is living here is the best possible premiss for what must be
    • that is here said. You must not forget: though the desire for it has
    • must forgive me if my introductory words to-day appear —
    • involved. Such things must be determined out of the thing itself,
    • You must be clear as
    • must include a far wider horizon in our studies of the life of plant
    • and animal, and of the Earth itself. We must extend our view to the
    • customary nowadays. We must do so in studying that which alone makes
    • Now we must not
    • see what an immense significance silicon must have. Well-nigh half of
    • On the other hand we find another kind of substance, which must occur
    • let us now look at the plants themselves. Two things we must observe
    • from knowledge into practice. For we must ask ourselves: If forces
    • they must do. The proverbs to-day are outworn superstitions, and a
    • Jupiter and Mars. These forces must be regarded in quite a different
    • way than the forces from the Moon. For we must not forget that Saturn
    • visible for fifteen years. It must therefore be connected with the
    • glad if they do not need to think of such things. They think it must
    • understood. These must be looked for again along such lines as I have
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    • significant when put into practice. In these first lectures you must
    • admitted nowadays. But we can go still further. We must observe that
    • a study of the earthly soil, we must indeed observe that the surface
    • then we must say: In the individuality with which we are here
    • Earth. Thus, so far as plant-growth is concerned, we must look for
    • must also be able to be led upward through the plant. It must flow
    • upward. There must be constant interaction between what is drawn in
    • process the “head” beneath must be supplied with what it
    • must also be in mutual interaction with what is going on in the
    • pours down from the Cosmos and is caught up beneath the surface must
    • indications as to how we must deal with a clayey soil, or with a
    • vegetation or another. First we must know what is really happening.
    • place through a kind of digestive process, must in its turn be drawn
    • substances must emancipate themselves from what is working
    • crystallising force must therefore be carried upward at a time when
    • have often mentioned it among anthroposophists. It is this. We must
    • follows. They think the protein molecule must be extremely
    • Therefore this microscopic or ultra-microscopic substance must also
    • in our earthly realm, we must drive the earthly as far as possible
    • The seed must be
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    • we must enter a little more precisely into the question: How do these
    • they remain within restricted spheres. We must look out into the wide
    • working we must learn to know at the same time if we would understand
    • main ingredients hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and carbon. We must
    • material world, must follow the activity of sulphur. Though this
    • sisters: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen and oxygen. These we must first
    • help of the photograph we can now call him to mind. We must learn to
    • that is formed in Nature must ultimately proceed.
    • process. Truly to see the carbon as it works in Nature, we must
    • firm in this way, and for this very reason our breathing must
    • or any other living being, the living being must always be permeated
    • the carbonaceous framework of a living entity, must in its turn be
    • ethereal must be spread out, wherever the framework is. Once more,
    • there must be something ethereal wherever the framework is. Now this
    • slide through into the empty void. It could not hold what it must
    • the peculiarity of all that we have on Earth: the Spiritual here must
    • out of account that it is the Spiritual which must have a
    • driven out, as it must be in the air we have around us. In the air of
    • should go about stunned and benumbed. The oxygen around us must be
    • our breathing it becomes alive again. Inside us it must be alive.
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    • and the working of the Spirit throughout Nature must be recognised on
    • must first establish a genuine science — a science that looks
    • the exact opposite. I say heart-rending, because we must admit, it is
    • even in the most essential questions. Yet somehow we must come to terms
    • must do so. This understanding must be found, precisely for the most
    • the different spheres of farming life we must gain insight into the
    • We must
    • a parasite out of the living earth. And it must be so.
    • permeate the earth with the requisite degree of life. We must come to
    • need to understand what is the essential point. But we must understand
    • something else as well. We must know how to gain a kind of personal
    • all this (I beg you once more to forgive the hard saying) must smell
    • inwardly, nay we might even say it must inwardly stink.
    • outer world, the organism must live in this way: through the contours
    • of its skin it must let out as little as possible of that which engenders
    • we must have in a living and personal relationship; only then are we
    • this, that a certain degree of livingness must be communicated
    • to the soil, and yet not only livingness. For the possibility must also
    • as I showed you. That is to say: in manuring we must bring to the earth-kingdom
    • the earth-kingdom to which it must be carried — under the plant,
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    • living must be kept within the living sphere. Ethereal life, as we have
    • as I said in yesterday's discussion, must not come in in a turbulent
    • in the different domains of life. We must begin by recognising what
    • has really been achieved. We must oppose or fight those things alone
    • spheres of life, we must try to supplement genuine modern achievement
    • from the air. These forces must somehow be restored. After a time, the
    • we need for the impoverished earth, must be subjected to a proper treatment,
    • excretion-products as manure. We must regard the minute living entities
    • negative it generally helps us little; we must have positive principles
    • are learning from experience. It has no permanent value. We must in
    • We must vitalise the earth
    • Spiritual Science. But we must first know how to penetrate into these
    • in the Earth, we must till the soil and manure it properly. Heaven does
    • the earth; we let it become permanently impoverished. We must then provide
    • too, we must still try to give the manure the right living property.
    • We must give it such a consistency that it will retain of its own accord
    • we must provide for those things of the Universe which are above all
    • Here we must gain an insight
    • is growing. But we must also make the manure able to bind together,
    • microscopic conditions. Now you must trace, for example, the process
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    • course of our studies must be based on such insight as we have already
    • at least, we must now consider a few among the spiritual-scientific
    • detail. Very little can be said in general terms; they must all be specifically
    • These things must be looked at from a somewhat different point of view.
    • with in the past few days. I showed how we must strictly distinguish
    • are the forces we must consider when we are tracing what produces the
    • sphere, from that which is over the earth, we must perceive the workings
    • regulate growth. We must first enter into them. Then we shall know that
    • ourselves: We must contrive to check the full influence of the Moon
    • upon the weeds. That is to say, we must only let work upon them the
    • the weeds growing rampant in a given year. You must accept the fact.
    • Do not be alarmed; say to yourself: Something must now be done. So now
    • must be subsequently verified, good and well! Set to work and try to
    • we must always verify things externally. It is no doubt a necessary
    • believe that 150 workers will produce three times as much; you must
    • But it proves nothing in reality. If you are working exactly, you must
    • back from the neighbouring field; and so the State must be called in
    • it is so or not — it decrees that everyone must do it. It issues
    • in the future we must look far more to intelligent insight than to police
    • young mouse. (There are always enough mice albeit, they must be field-mice
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    • I must ask you to follow me in matters which lie yet a little farther
    • We must
    • no progress in certain domains of our farm-work. Notably we must observe
    • must not only consider those animals which are undoubtedly very near
    • to us—like cattle, horses, sheep and so on. We must also observe
    • we must learn to look with understanding at the birds.
    • kinds of birds from certain districts. Light must be thrown upon these
    • quite different. But we must learn to perceive in what way the tree
    • at it with understanding, we must include in the plant-nature of the
    • the free, we must say: There is the thick tree trunk (and in a sense
    • not to be found in the tree. To understand the matter rightly, we must
    • is not whole if it has no roots. It must have a root. Therefore we must
    • In this case we must not merely want to see a root we must understand
    • layer — the cambium. That is how we must regard the roots
    • that is, through the ethereal. We must learn to look with macrocosmic
    • observe where this will lead us. We must now ask: What of the polar
    • you must clearly envisage. Now whatever arises in this way will always
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • they knew how to treat things, even as we must learn to do once more,
    • for in a conscious way we must learn once more to approach the Wisdom
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    • provide for such and such essential constituents. We must see to it
    • that the creature is not over-burdened with stuff. We must see to it
    • we must bring it out once more with special emphasis. As we are now
    • the Earth. This is important. You must not regard a claw or a hoof as
    • Moreover, the food which will pass through the stomach must be suitably
    • — these must be got from the actual fodder. The foodstuffs —
    • assimilated, passed through the stomach — must be guided into
    • “Feed thus and thus, in this case and in that” We must first
    • a wonderful interplay, but we must understand it stage by stage, progressively,
    • say, we must arrange things so; we must have enough and the
    • for our farm. Or again, we must take care to plant what the animals
    • as I said, we must first indicate general guiding lines for individual
    • therefore provide root-nourishment if we must assume that substance
    • must give roots as fodder to an animal which needs to carry material
    • the reverse process must be able to take place. The head must be able
    • must not be merely deposited in the head. From what is there
    • Force-radiations must pass into the body. Therefore you need a second
    • we must always learn to look at the things themselves, and of each thing
    • we must learn what happens to it when it passes, either from the animal
    • — they must grow strong in this middle part. For in the production
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    • Catholic Mass, we must trace it back historically to the
    • following feeling: “Thou must again become like the
    • hast been astral and hast become physical. Thou must now
    • resolve to be embodied a second time.” The soul must
    • whole of humanity must pass through one such incarnation,
    • reincarnation and rise above the personality must refrain
    • existing Cosmos. Man must understand his communion with
    • man came forth. To the Sun man he must again return.
    • Unconsciously he descended from the Sun heights; he must
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    • the fifth stage, we must seek
    • sting enters into us. (See Table.) We must use strong
    • must therefore try to grasp what I really mean.
    • longer have a real connection with the human being; we must
    • influence of the last groups of stars, we must reverse
    • he must often bend his knees. If he is a farmer he must
    • the human embryo, you must draw it in this way, if you
    • longer set out from Aires; we must set out from the sign of
    • spiritual world. Just because of this repetition, man must
    • man outgrows infancy he must be
    • the center) we must breathe and eat; this is our nurse. And
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    • plane, might never flee, but must calmly await death, the death that they
    • developed must therefore be torn away from the normally progressive
    • divine-spiritual powers; it must be turned into other paths. To this end it
    • of the senses; for these worlds must first be overcome before Man can enter
    • to criticize the wisdom-filled guidance of the world. We must therefore also
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • fall a prey to some cheap mysticism that will not see the pain; we must be
    • purpose and will of existence, we must also learn to understand how the most
    • experienced in its beginnings, and at which we must work and work and work
    • the time has come when this insight must be developed and human beings must
    • aspersion on any event in history; the events of history, must however be
    • history, we must also understand the spiritual effects of materialistic
    • events that happen in the world must not be looked upon as erroneous in
    • lives and works spiritually — this must come to be an ideal. Man
    • of the soul, then we must look to forging those delicate and subtle links
    • that arise between soul and soul, and that must find their way right into the
    • structure of our life on earth and must always work in the direction of
    • our life on earth must be so constructed as to give possibility for all the
    • like this must be clearly envisaged again, for it is only with truths like
    • speaking. “Person,” did I say? Here we must remind ourselves that
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    • ordinary science must come to an end, but through its methods
    • science must come to a final point in regard to a knowledge of
    • Consequently Anthroposophy must not only speak of different subjects,
    • but it must also speak in a different way. Nevertheless it is in full
    • anthroposophical sense of this word, must set out from the point
    • he must guide his development of his own accord. The forces which
    • must be made with a particular exercise in thinking.
    • Anthroposophy must deviate from this way of thinking which is
    • Anthroposophy must above all strengthen and intensify thought within
    • This intensification of the forces of thinking must of course be
    • Though it may sound strange and paradoxical it must be said that an
    • stage of dilettantism, must in the first place observe a rule which
    • space of time which must not be too long, we try to concentrate
    • Why must such a concept or complex of concepts be something quite
    • thinking which must be gained by systematic practice in order to
    • also contained in our physical formulae. In short, we finally must
    • from the head to any other form, but must first pass over to the
    • everything has a definite structure which must be considered as a
    • thinking must be inwardly mobile. As stated, it lives within the
    • It must be called forth every time afresh, if it is to be
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    • investigation of truth. One has to do with errors that must be not
    • super-sensible world. These spiritual organs must be developed in the
    • spiritual world must, and this is quite natural and proper, take his
    • investigator must be in possession of a sound power of judgment, a
    • faces the higher world in a state of what one must designate as a
    • kind of paralysis, even a loss of consciousness (Ohnmacht). It must
    • exist in the soul but that slumber in ordinary life and must be
    • life. He must be able to notice, to have the knowledge to recognize,
    • has often been pointed out; this distinction, however, must be
    • must be maintained that the spiritual investigator recognizes the
    • conjured before him, so he must be able to extinguish this whole
    • world in its first form; he must not only recognize it as a
    • spiritual observation. He must pass the test expressed in the words,
    • investigator therefore must be able not only to create his own
    • investigator must consist chiefly of overcoming piece by piece
    • into oblivion. Something must be developed through spiritual training
    • doesn't want to do it. One must say that in ordinary life man
    • the way I described, the spiritual world that appears, the will must
    • not only have the described faculties but must be able, after the
    • teaches us how we must think about reality, must be forsaken. After
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    • inner activity. Will must be brought into thinking, the kind of will,
    • natural phenomena must now be developed as a thought activity
    • process which must be carried out by active thinking, cannot actually
    • to further stages, however, we must then ascend from the level of
    • their thinking is not healthy enough and that they must throw off the
    • modern man. Modern man must work for spiritual vision in the way I
    • present day cannot muster sufficient inner courage for this as yet.
    • spiritual science as we pursue it must shake off all the reproaches
    • Therefore I must not pay attention to the kind of reproach that was
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    • pictorially, or rather half pictorially for the pictures must be
    • must regard the plant world, in the first place, as an independent
    • of plant consciousness, we must always speak of it as regards certain
    • we must realise that 6,000 years before our era a great, a mighty
    • of this knowledge must be sought in the earthly and cosmic New Year
    • New Year's Eve to another; this must be understood by those
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    • humanity must travel as it advances towards its future. A man cannot
    • that it brings in its train, we recognise that Spiritual Science must
    • As a beginning, a group of people, however small, must
    • been recognised by us. But what we must keep specially before us is
    • must believe in, they must recognise authority, that they must have
    • authority in himself, the larger the dose he must have
    • images: for the object must first make an impression on us and our
    • that follow must always go further) — he wrote a Critique of
    • regards his solidity and depth, for I must always insist again and
    • or twenty-three chance letters of our alphabet which must be grouped
    • Gardens and the like, (the value of which observation must be
    • interested only in what concerns ourselves personally, we must
    • much to-day, but from small germs like these a beginning must be
    • more than interested in the matter, but we must bear in our souls
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • trumpet before the world must also be able to think correctly,
    • to be recognised, and in this sense we must approach it. It is a sign
    • We must see clearly where to make a beginning with
    • interests must be closely associated, even if we ourselves are not
    • able to produce anything. We must at least look things in the face,
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    • as regards the future it must be said that vague sentimentality alone
    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • recognise a nation as a reality we must rise to the
    • on the Earth must be able to develop love not only for an abstract,
    • really understand their fellow-beings must develop love for the
    • oriental sages was somewhat as follows: ‘You must
    • breathe in a certain way; you must enter into the rhythm of
    • possession of daily life; his ideal, therefore, must necessarily
    • human soul and the Divine. If man's nature is to be complete, he must
    • he must awaken the antithesis of all that he possesses by nature.
    • must, in effect, develop another kind of quality — not an
    • peoples is not his and he must find it in them. In his heart he feels
    • manhood lies in every individual, but it must be brought to
    • layers of misconception — and these must be cleared away. Think
    • ‘spiritual giraffe,’ must transcend the merely
    • in mathematical and mechanical formulae. The Westerner must realise
    • as a thinking being if this were not so, and he must also realise
    • us, but this urge must grow into a love for all humanity, for those
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
    • humanity; one can speak of this impulse or that. But it must be
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    • they imparted hope, saying to them: ‘True, you must
    • leave the spirit-lands where now you dwell, you must be
    • ensnared in matter, you must clothe yourselves in sheaths
    • you must labour on the physical plane, when it will seem as
    • teachings that must precede vision of the higher worlds, then
    • pupil of the Egyptian Initiates must feel himself united came
    • ready yet to receive the God with whom man must be united.
    • from the physical world. The God with whom man must become
    • that the God with whom he must be united, lives in very
    • whom he must become one.
    • with whom you must be united dwells in the world that can be
    • now the God with whom man must be united lives among us here,
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    • catastrophe (as, I believe, everyone who is not asleep must do); we
    • must be clear to every soul that is really awake. Consider the
    • again and again: Yet it cannot be like that; there must have been
    • he made his most important decisions, he said: I must have lost my
    • reason then; I must, indeed, have been mad!
    • power, while, on the other, man must find the strength to free
    • must receive the light of the spirit through a free, inner
    • living to-day come from the fact that men must receive
    • this they led humanity into misfortune. People must impress this fact
    • view of the world. Now there is one thing that simply must be
    • one must train oneself to a thinking that is not bound to the
    • physical body; it must be apprehended, through the instrument of the
    • receives (for his enjoyment) from understanding a work of art, must
    • be intensified and clarified, must become perception which he
    • fantasy must now be grasped by mankind in all earnestness, for it
    • represents a stage that man must attain in order to receive the
    • perceptions, that the super-sensible must now be grasped in all
    • this must not be decided before to-morrow.”
    • thinking and our whole feeling must become different, so that we
    • realise that we must let our life be penetrated by the light of
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    • Intuition. Each soul must ask himself this significant question,
    • outlook which must necessarily extend these causal connections to
    • knowledge to the point where if we are consistent we must say,
    • all-powerful natural necessity which must be deduced from what
    • must include man himself, to that other order, which is moral, and
    • which is bound up with what man must consider to be his entire
    • man must find within himself a certainty of belief. He must recognise
    • power of the human soul and spirit, then we must come to the
    • preserving the realm of morality. This must be said, because the
    • realm of natural order. We need only consider how the thought must
    • heat entropy — I say expressly, must arise — that
    • must hold fast to the current way of thinking about natural
    • only including all men but with them all moral ideals. They must
    • leaves him in a situation where he must see the world as split
    • theoretical ideas. If a man intends to live honestly, he must work
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • Inspiration, we must not only practise in a soul-spiritual way the
    • production of ideas which are like remembered thoughts, but we must
    • consciousness which has been now attained. We must practise no longer
    • having, yes, the unreal imaginations. We must deliberately
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
    • We must therefore clearly
    • of immorality must turn to Christ with all the greater strength in
    • one century before the birth of Jesus of Nazareth. Thus we must
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    • must always be absolutely able to enter into the physical; and the
    • physical body must always be the other's servant. It is an unhealthy
    • — there is a way of helping. We must only reckon with the
    • occult facts; we must believe in the existence and activity of the
    • must here give a piece of advice to the educational world, though
    • walking. It is good to make this experiment; only it must not always
    • of asking others (what I am now saying, by the way, must also be
    • things must be brought before the soul at the right time.
    • told you today are apparently small details, but it must also be our task,
    • differently we must take hold of life than we generally do. It is not
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    • such an arrangement must arouse all the antipathies — I use this
    • experience. He cannot ask how he comes to have space; he must simply
    • accept it as something given; he must fit himself into it when he has
    • life, must first raise ourselves into the vertical position.
    • considers impartially what confronts us here must say: In his subjective
    • and research. I must describe what one has to do in order to attain to
    • what must be presented as a higher, qualitative
    • three-dimensional to four-dimensional space. But there one must make
    • must turn back at a certain point, and the fourth dimension becomes
    • progression but oscillation. Our perception of space must return into
    • must turn back at the fourth, fifth and sixth dimensions to the space
    • wishes to understand clairvoyant activity must seek it where it is
    • I wished to say, at the outset, about the basis of what must receive
    • we must proceed more inwardly. And a still more inward procedure is the
    • and knows how it must continue, stands consciously within the whole
    • necessities; knows that man's path must go beyond present
    • civilisation in which they shared. We, too, must go forward. And we
    • must know what steps to take from the present standpoint of the
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    • able to speak from the whole compass of man's being. It must
    • perceived in super-sensible worlds, so must one be in a position to
    • really artistic sense.) It must be clearly understood, above all,
    • proceeds from, the human form. We must understand the human form in a
    • sculptor. One must say to oneself: That is quite a different space.
    • all else to it. One must set out from the counterpart of this point.
    • come in its place. And from this, again, there must be achieved
    • beauty by means of plastic art, we must become aware that the beauty
    • In addition, one must, of course, feel how the cosmos finds
    • linked, we must turn to the earth's forces. Man is, in this respect,
    • we must regard as knowledge, not only what is called such in an intellectual
    • art. One must re-acquire cosmic feelings; one must be again able to
    • miniature. One must be able to see the impress of the cosmos stamped
    • upon the human forehead. One must be able to see from the nose how it
    • one senses what one must create (darstellen). One does not
    • mode of feeling, in cognition and artistic expression, must be able
    • eyes of a sculptured figure of a human being, I must confine myself
    • model; he must actually be able to experience inwardly the forces
    • sculptor must be able to grasp what takes place when a human being is
    • forces working through the mother. He must be able to create in such
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    • culture,” then it must certainly be admitted that but little of
    • whole soul. Many facts must then be judged by other than conventional
    • We must,
    • convey that one must be well prepared — above all in those
    • destruction in the inner being of man must take an interest in the
    • development of the spirit. With all intensity he must be able to say
    • to himself: Spirit must exist, and for the sake of the maintenance of
    • what actually exists within man. But to-day we must do so, for
    • destruction within — a centre, however, which must be
    • thought, which must be there in front of the memory-mirror, brings
    • nebulous mysticism but undertaken in all sincerity — must
    • learn what we really must learn to-day for the healthy progress of
    • centre of destruction. And this centre must be reckoned with, so that
    • entirely to the world. Love must permeate the act of cognition if one
    • Why must one
    • The Ego, as experienced in ordinary life, must be given up, if one
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • necessary centre of evil in man, the human Ego must be forged. This
    • adjustment must be found.
    • reached — although it must be reached if we are really to go
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    • There must
    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • we are already on the way to seeing what it is that must enter into man's
    • these worlds. He must do so, if Christianity is again to become a
    • the memory-mirror, a spiritual element lives.” One must needs
    • what is observable within the physical world must be inadequately
    • limbs, we find that we must look for their source beyond birth and
    • Father God, he must be in some way ill. To be an atheist is to be
    • is the very thing that modern man needs to learn. There must again be truth
    • in calling ourselves Christians. It must not be that we make a
    • qualities of the Father. But to avoid this we must bring forward
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
    • what he is like, what his normal condition is. And he must learn to
    • what we must call the “inner word.” In the words that we
    • knowledge of it and so he gives no thought to it. He must grow into
    • this knowledge; must learn to have it in thought and remembrance.
    • understand how this really is, we must envisage it in the following way.
    • We must put
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
    • makes it into a living unity, we must look within ourselves.
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    • either of a religious of philosophical character. But it must be
    • distinction must also be made between exoteric and esoteric
    • after death, is united with earthly evolution. We must reflect
    • We must understand
    • the Mystery of Golgotha must be rediscovered to-day through
    • must ask: What was the teaching given by Christ after the
    • understand this, we must think of the nature of the human soul as
    • intellect in man. For this purpose we must allow another Being to
    • into the depths of this esoteric teaching, we must realise that
    • the bodily nature, then Ahriman must begin to abandon hope. Once
    • must not, however, be presented in the same light as other events
    • must be recalled that in ancient times human beings were aware of
    • Christianity was that the Cross on Golgotha must not be regarded
    • gross error must have entered into the flow of his primeval
    • Christ on the Cross. Divine truth must therefore have become
    • times. But humanity must find its way back to that of which there
    • is practically no documentary evidence and which must be reached
    • there must be inner strength and robustness in life if men are to
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    • But it must also be said that in Greece we often find the first
    • instead to grasp this Son in his own nature, then we must not
    • consider ourselves merely such as we are through birth; we must
    • awakening, no matter how weak this may be. We must pass through the
    • fully as a human being. First you must awaken something in you which
    • at birth. You must instead bring forth again in full consciousness
    • consciousness. The Christ must he raised out of the depths` of the
    • soul. The consciousness of Christ must arise in the life of the soul,
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • teachings. But they are mistaken. We must not only go from one
    • that the latter is the best. Instead we must realize that what
    • images, we must realize that we cannot contemplate these in the same way
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
    • These things must be taken
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    • be, as it can be, a life-draught for our souls, it must prove to be
    • we must look ahead with special attention, times which will break in
    • must realise that a strong inner spiritual force must be given to
    • Maid of Orleans we must say, even if we only consider the external
    • granted that the Christ-Impulse must have worked subconsciously
    • Orleans; she too must have experienced, as it were, what Olaf Asteson
    • nights; her sub-conscious soul-forces must, as it were, have been
    • must once have been in a kind of sleeping condition during the
    • January 6th the Christ-Impulse must have taken hold of her soul,
    • these must have been the days chosen to implant the Christ-Impulse
    • We must be conscious,
    • death we must therefore say: The boy's Karma had ordered the van to
    • might say that everything was arranged accordingly. We must get
    • world we must look for transformed forces; they are the unused
    • that the Central-European civilisation must uphold, when we feel that
    • with the goals that must be reached during the 5th epoch of culture.
    • but the people, we must realise that the Russian soul contains a
    • the Ego that must constantly create itself in order to understand
    • development, yet they must gradually unfold. In future the East will
    • which must take place in [the] future. People try to tread down
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    • consider the tasks of our present time, must eagerly ask themselves:
    • as such, devoid of moral impulses. Moral impulses must be
    • must, after all, be moral impulses, no true social knowledge, and not
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
    • social science; he must tread a different path than that of natural
    • which must be worked out inwardly. These leaders of monistic
    • must be studied several years if we wish
    • this talk of the higher hierarchies which must first be known? What
    • discernment. To-day we must try to stand firmly on our feet, if
    • may find them in insignificant facts, but we must be able to judge
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    • forces which gradually and inevitably must bring about its
    • that set of people? There must, after all, be a divine
    • spiritual world. The interest in the spiritual world must be
    • Many people say: “I must be good, so that I may have a
    • no illusions. One must say to oneself: There they are, these
    • forces of decline and fall, and one must not imagine that one
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • must be by means of the forces that are actually present in
    • nothing for it but to say to ourselves: “We must just
    • But we must put the question to ourselves in a different way,
    • for we must look at the actuality of things, and from the
    • point of view of actuality, questions must be differently put
    • We must ask
    • And we must ask ourselves: — Where in the life
    • Europe, Asia, each have one third of what must be attained
    • fundamental ideas which must inspire the thought and feeling
    • is the best programme for the coming times. What we must do
    • sense, but that must be achieved by the one who is marked
    • We must once
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
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    • light of our ideas, must fundamentally point out.
    • the secrets of existence, must take the path that leads
    • to knowledge of the world must necessarily lead through
    • self-knowledge. Self-knowledge, however, must not be thought
    • world. Therefore he must pass through this, the document of
    • his own being. He must go through himself. This was always
    • We must
    • them from within. You must imagine it thus. Just as you came
    • sense. He must first get out of the sense-organs —
    • albeit, get out of them from within. He must leave
    • them again, as though by a gateway. He must get out, through
    • must take with him the very last relics of his soul, so that
    • instructed him that he must go still farther. This, however,
    • these things. We must first go through the understanding of
    • You must first learn to know the aspect of the super-sensible
    • worlds, you must know what things are like in the
    • philosophic book. Surely then he must understand it. How
    • but that the spiritual is working everywhere. We must take
    • must realise that coming ages will penetrate more and more
    • must know what this signifies. It represents a kind of
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    • accessible to our narrow earthly understanding. We must face
    • Moon have by then become spiritual, and must be developed
    • must rescue himself through his own will-forces; out of this
    • chaos he must consciously re-discover his connection with the
    • the world. This must be grasped, too, out of the depths of
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    • sense must be pained by displays of so-called Christmas
    • of high festival in the ancient Church's year. We must learn
    • the highest light he must seek for it in the deepest depths
    • that mankind has a mission, what conception must we have of
    • that mission? We must conceive that man has a
    • physical matter, with the outer physical plane. But we must
    • this we must say to ourselves: as the human Ego is today,
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
    • olden times. It now belongs to the past and must not be
    • that the Paradise Play must be performed in the mood of piety
    • there is no longer any indication that truth must be sought
    • lying before the actors must be steeped in piety. Nobody,
    • place, the boys taking part in the Plays must be God-fearing,
    • must absorb into their whole character something that was
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
    • convinced that all cultural life, all spiritual life must be
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    • Buddhism we must turn our gaze in quite another direction. Here I
    • must again remind you of the law of human evolution which we
    • also one day be verified. Thus we must look back, not only to a kind
    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • surrounding us. It is in this surrounding world that we must seek it.
    • earthly lives such a being as a Buddha must previously have reached
    • We must of course realise
    • sickness and death into the world. Something else must have been
    • Man must withdraw from outer existence and from his repeated
    • must learn to understand aright, for many fantastic and grotesque
    • to describe the world around him must be silenced; they do not and
    • from previous lives must be silenced in a life of solitude, where he
    • must seek an inner illumination of the soul which shall reveal the
    • from Divine-Spiritual heights into a world of maya, but must be
    • the surface of Christianity into its depths must say that because of
    • therefore he must overcome the world, but the Christian feels
    • himself in the world, and in the world he must seek his goal.
    • to enter into blessedness. Rather must he overcome the forces which
    • realising as he gazes into the future that he must find once more
    • says: “I must seek, not Nirvana, but the higher man within me.
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    • included under the “Social Question.” It must, however,
    • pass muster with those who really know the nature of materialism and
    • of soul. And here it must be said that only a true Anthroposophical
    • What Spiritual Science must
    • soul. We must learn to understand in every detail the way in
    • We must be able to perceive the immediate unity of the body and the
    • material part of man, we must know how to portray the body as
    • them, manifests in them. We must be able to observe the being of soul
    • Knowledge of the soul and Spirit must be applied to the very
    • is that we must see in matter a manifestation of the Spiritual. Then
    • usefulness. Certain domains of life must be dealt with by specialists
    • therefore must only be thought of as a beginning. But, by its very
    • whole of humanity with understanding! Of course there must be no
    • reconstruction must proceed in their different branches from real
    • And it must be remembered that this may have happened a very long
    • phenomenon or other in the body of man. Spiritual Science must show
    • mental or spiritual diseases therapy must proceed to administer a
    • cure for the body and for this reason there must be exact
    • material. We must know where to take hold of the material body (which
    • must be emphasised by Spiritual Science that the root of so-called
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    • with him. He must acquire it during his earthly life.
    • shape a consonant or consonants. You must see them, as it were, built
    • speech, there must always be something in our feeling reminiscent of
    • which man must undergo here on earth, in that he adapts his language
    • of song. To put it truly one must say, “It sings,”
    • not the man, yet the ground must be there for the man to stand on.
    • must be there for the sound to have a basis of support. Just as man
    • conditions and must adapt himself to these. But in Art he goes back
    • you must mould in plastic art. Take the Vowel-nature out of the human
    • being, and there arises Song — Music, which you must sing. Man
    • understand that when we describe such things as these we must depart
    • have described them, albeit to describe them we must sometimes bring
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    • times, when we must learn to understand this Mystery of Golgotha if
    • A.D. We are now living in a third epoch which we must
    • with, it was felt only dimly. More and more deeply there must enter
    • sleep of existence. This third great riddle must stand more and more
    • spiritual knowledge of the cosmos. The Initiation Science that must
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    • they must ascribe a moral impulse to this atom, indeed, to every
    • atom. At the same time, they must raise it to the rank of a moral
    • IMMORAL; they are instincts of evil, which must be overcome by the
    • simply rubbish. We cannot shut our eyes to the fact that we must live
    • with Ahriman. But we must live with him in the right way, that is to
    • say, we must not allow him to have the upper hand.
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    • We must indeed ask ourselves now if it
    • from generation to generation. This must be what occurred at that
    • time. It must have happened that people lost the capacity to
    • We must vividly
    • must imagine further that it was because of the gradual paralysis of
    • Gnostics when Gnosis itself was already waning — we must say that
    • therefore, must have lived in Jesus so that his soul could mediate
    • important element, which I must ask you to note carefully, because it
    • hear that so many differentiations must be looked for in the human being.
    • completely, but to understand it correctly, we must nevertheless
    • blood — one with the Father in the physical world — we must
    • now? What aspect must they assume for us? We see, in fact, that an
    • example, on a grand scale, that I must ask you to please consider in
    • the Christ, who must be thought of as existent in suprasensory
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • We must keep in mind
    • we must hold on to the Christ. But the Christ is the one of whom
    • added must be spiritual science, which is capable of understanding
    • Certainly, we must
    • must take. At the same time, in this etheric part are the impressions
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    • of time. We must now begin again from an altogether different angle
    • first place, anthroposophical science must
    • will must also go everywhere, wherever the three dimensions extend.
    • movement of a limb takes place. Thus after all we must speak of the
    • these we must take our start today. Our considerations will
    • body must always enter into relation with the right.
    • as human beings in the life of soul — we must
    • space, is not in itself spatial. ‘Space’ must always be
    • Feeling. But it needs to be experienced meditatively. We must
    • robust outer experiences in three-dimensional space. We must
    • shall we characterise Thinking? To begin with we must admit with open
    • Nevertheless the thought must have some relation to space, for
    • a word, we must say: The Will takes on a three-dimensional configuration,
    • Feeling has a two-dimensional configuration, then we must pass
    • must look for the relationship which obtains between the
    • and the physical and bodily, we must ask: How are
    • from Feeling to the quality of Thought, then we must indeed
    • become strange painters — for we must paint on to a line
    • it is willing, feeling and thinking) we must conceive it not as a
    • mere nebulous cloud. We must regard the soul and spirit, as it
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    • relationship in which spiritual science must stand to geology —
    • answer this question we must first think briefly of the way in which the
    • covers the ground must originally have been dissolved in water or
    • have been subject to the force of water in some other way, must once
    • covered by such alluvial deposits and we must conceive that in the
    • differs. It stands to reason that the upper strata must be the
    • come to the conclusion that a certain relationship must be presumed
    • animals and plants within it. But we must not imagine that the
    • which our earth must have presented in times gone by.
    • covering the lowest stratum of the rock-material. Then we must
    • – then one can calculate how long the accumulation must have
    • [Note: It must be pointed out that this
    • it must be imagined that on the surface of the outer crust —
    • we must ask ourselves: What has this external investigation to tell us?
    • must admit, therefore; that drawing from its own sources,
    • must ask: What has geology, what has spiritual science, to regard as
    • drilling-operations reach depths which must be regarded only as tiny
    • the earth in earlier times and settled only by degrees. This must
    • period of which we must say: It is true that on the earth's surface
    • we must investigate the causes as to why the whole living earth
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    • must nevertheless be aware that if, during such a period of outer
    • it is also in the great universe. And in this connection we must say:
    • present must inevitably be a product of the past. Let us
    • be fathomed by means of pictures. You must take up a position
    • must, as it were, see the shadows in their proper proportion.
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
    • things must be borne in mind if one is anxious to gain a true picture
    • If we place desire at the back of the willing, then we must place
    • itself felt. This hunger must be satisfied. It is satisfied out
    • sides. These must also be filled in with matter. So that we can say:
    • present within us they must be pushed outwards, they must, as
    • other, and we must be quite clear on the following point. As human
    • unfold that intuitive activity which otherwise must be consciously
    • It must
    • must now once more be permeated with spirit. But it is good —
    • Realm, — because it was felt that Christ must be placed
    • We must
    • must bear in mind how great a secret concerning the historical
    • must needs seek for a polarity in which he can find adjustment
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    • physical bodies. But there must always be a beginning to such things,
    • know how little artistic our age is, though we must be astounded that
    • position to carry out the idea of a building in Munich it must be
    • belonging to our movement must make himself intimately acquainted or
    • at any rate must study a little) — when we consider this, we
    • intimate about this individuality; it must be said that we have
    • in the West. Hence we must say that what relates to the great Figure
    • we must also reflect that the external intellect, whether directed to
    • thinker says: I must draw a line through the whole structure of my
    • membership to-day? Certainly not by saying that there must be a
    • of universal love as something which must be extended. H. P.
    • except those who had undergone initiation. We must admit that Madame
    • we must follow the positive and admit that something powerful was
    • We however, must
    • be denied. And why so? What I must say is that everyone who is
    • understand nothing of Buddhism.’ We Europeans must have
    • a second time. We must reply, ‘You do not understand, for the
    • concerning which we must deny what the other school asserts? Only
    • this: that we must say — ’You do not know the Being Whom
    • we all Christ: you call another by His Name, and we must reserve the
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    • to learn to know the ego in its own world must represent to himself a
    • you must form a conception of what is necessary, to be able to feel
    • such a cosmic tableau as reality. You must think away everything that
    • can be perceived by the senses, you must even think away your own
    • mind. Further, you must think away everything that is in the world;
    • all the concepts you have within you. Thus you must remove from the
    • wish to form an idea of that soul-disposition which a man must have
    • alone remains, we cannot say otherwise than that he must learn to
    • must be able to feel, as it were, his environment tinged and
    • and at the same time he must be able to overcome this fear by inner
    • century but we must say that it was very little understood. We might
    • clairvoyantly to the state of Saturn, we must prepare ourselves
    • — our ordinary world must be non-existent for us, in the fact
    • that thought must be absolutely still: It is the same with
    • clairvoyance, ordinary thoughts must be left behind, they do not
    • must say that our brain is frozen. And when we realise this condition
    • as we must understand these things in various ways and we desire to
    • make this comprehensible, we must imagine the following.
    • the thought comes: ‘he is really wise, he must have had endless
    • there.’ We must think ourselves into this. And concerning the
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    • being. For we have seen that we must first of all build up concepts
    • deeply immersed in Maya and Illusion; and we must first work our way
    • minds, we must be clear that it is only a picture. If we could have
    • sacrificial acts of beings. Thus in describing heat we must say
    • physical concept), but we must acquire concepts which can only be
    • against the will argues some compelling motive; there must be
    • Sun, we must again first form an idea by which we can imagine the
    • external phenomenon. Just as behind the heat we must seek for the
    • glow of sacrifice of the Spirits of Will, so must we look behind
    • insight. But we must imagine what is here called self-surrender as
    • way up to the higher worlds. There he must be able to experience this
    • must always be emphasised that we can never attain higher
    • must be completely free of all self-seeking and must wait what comes
    • by the leading-strings of their prejudices. All this must be done
    • away with when we wish to attain to higher knowledge. The soul must
    • deeds. And we must never believe that we can acquire any conception
    • attain this possibility of giving forth grace there must be the
    • addition to the Saturn Spirits? We must reply: The principal
    • forth grace. If we wish to find a title for them, we must say: These
    • Sacrificers,’ so we must say of the Spirits of Wisdom, they are
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    • means of which anything is described must necessarily be drawn from
    • somewhere. Words alone will not suffice; we must have quite definite
    • conditions of heat and fire must be sought very far away from what we
    • it must appear truly absurd that sacrifice should be recognised
    • Cherubim. And yet in truth we must say that a sacrifice such as
    • concept must now be introduced, which belongs to the world of reality
    • actual conditions of development we must acquire a definite idea from
    • healing and blessing, must proceed from a stronger impulse of will,
    • efforts we must make. But in the spiritual world this is not so,
    • drawn attention to occurrences in evolution which must be traced back
    • possess what we call freewill, freedom of choice. We must therefore
    • claims that they only lead man astray; their remaining behind must be
    • must therefore complete the picture we called up before our minds in
    • light. Let us try to form a picture of this in our minds. We must
    • of which mention has already been made, must be brought into
    • evolution we must bring into connection with Time. All that has
    • indeed pertains to Time, must be subject to it.
    • during the Sun development. But we must take special care to note
    • book Occult Science which must in certain respects still be
    • as resignation we must think of in everything on ancient Moon,
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    • ancient Moon, we must bear in mind a different kind of development of
    • the spiritual. We must now start from that point which we reached in
    • must understand by this is symbolically expressed in the world's
    • must bear in mind in this story is the inner experience which came to
    • now under consideration, we must clearly realise that in speaking of
    • could not as yet be spoken of in those regions. Rather must we think
    • yet experience at the present day. But we must quite clearly realise,
    • So must we define the
    • in this way we must also conjecture that through the rejection of the
    • these conditions by means of thought, we must once again turn to
    • universe. It must be clearly understood that it is impossible to
    • thus that we must look upon what lives on in the Beings as a heritage
    • ancient Moon the Spirits of Movement make their appearance; we must
    • it up to the present, something else must follow. We know that in the
    • earthly ego-consciousness, we must think of ourselves at that time
    • must be pronounced: that if this longing can only be satisfied by a
    • this is what must come if the endless flow of pictures is to be
    • Spirits of Movement, must be replaced by that planetary phase of the
    • which rises from the subconsciousness must in the mind of
    • be not? Oh! There must be something more than love, happiness, fame,
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    • behind the world of illusion, we must admit that in this world of
    • that we must reduce the elements of heat back to the spiritual, to
    • knowledge, must come from Wonder. This is really the case. Any man
    • wonder, this astonishment, from which every form of learning must
    • must grasp through wonder and astonishment, our inner
    • disprove, what must at first be described as a ‘miracle’,
    • communicated to a person, which although it may be true, he must call
    • sense be satisfied. You must picture the position very clearly in
    • substance of the sacrifice must remain in the Beings whose sacrifice
    • estrangement of what we must call the contents of the sacrifice takes
    • element of fluidity as spiritual resignation or renunciation, so must
    • must be looked for in the spiritual behind it — we have now
    • other phenomena must be traced back to their reality; all other
    • which during the earth-existence he must become real. In reality
    • must say: Man alone can truly experience death. Thus for man there
    • ‘Christ-Being’ it must clearly be impossible to
    • Would Christ undergo death He must descend to the physical plane!
    • world, we must look for that’; we cannot say of the event of
    • accomplished on Golgotha, such as we must look for with respect to
    • this cannot be laid in the higher worlds: it must be laid on the
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    • of the human being, and every now and then we must therefore
    • the answer to this question must be a negative one. For more
    • again we must try to see clearly which stream of spiritual
    • anthroposophy is to fulfil its purpose, its prime task must
    • the word ‘vengeance’ must be taken as a technical
    • decline and fall in the universe. Each can, or indeed must,
    • world! Those are the dues and they must be paid.
    • realities in this sphere, we must acquire a feeling for what
    • but we must have the real, honest desire to make people
    • must not do so on the basis of written records; instead we
    • must be taken in all seriousness; they have to be seen as
    • have been considering, must develop a reasonable degree of
    • wise and who say to the whole world: Carnage must continue
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    • when the fact that an age of materialism must inevitably
    • fourteenth century, those alchemists who must be taken
    • humanity must inevitably lag behind when it comes to moral
    • conclusions. Instead, those who come later must let this give
    • he realized that one must look more deeply into the whole
    • we must not let ourselves be put off by this but rather let
    • capable of development into a ripe old age. Today people must
    • must be looked into, and they should not be taken
    • realities which people must gradually learn to observe and
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    • silence demanded of anyone to whom they were made known, must
    • with, I must speak cf some of the ways in which people will
    • such endeavours must seem sheer madness to people. The way
    • things are today, people simply must consider anyone who does
    • vital genuine truths must now be proclaimed to the world. For
    • must inevitably come up are repulsive to many people today;
    • feeling of responsibility, and above all they must relate not
    • only to the physical plane. They must cut across the
    • to the truths which must now be made known, the whole
    • not only the head. To proclaim such truths one must be able
    • present these truths today. We must not forget that truths
    • To take them in we must slightly loosen the etheric and
    • understanding of the world of the spirit. It must not become
    • This must be
    • nature come to the fore. The potential dangers must be
    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
    • you must look for the reasons in the existing situation.
    • Consideration must be given to many general and more
    • the right way of presenting anthroposophy we simply must be
    • And so I must
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    • Civilization must progress in the fields of technology,
    • on something which must lead to catastrophe.
    • something nice in an abstract way is not enough. People must
    • will say, ‘it must be a good thing to be more and more
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • catastrophe may be brought about. Human beings must use these
    • Ricarda Huch does feel that people must get to know the devil
    • civilization may progress; but they must know the devil, they
    • must know that the keys which are used, say, to unlock the
    • who will and must be the bearer of our future civilization.
    • of the Spirit. Modern people believe truth must always be
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    • be adequate for the future. But we must know the reasons why
    • way from the way in which we inevitably must do today. I have
    • evolution of the present earth, distinction must be made
    • situation we must penetrate with a perceptive mind. We are
    • The answer to this must be: The part of yourself of which you
    • nor penetrate the whole body. We must see ourselves as
    • then, is another awkward truth, but a truth which we must
    • human beings are becoming more and more inward and we must
    • us into chaos over and over again. All this must be known,
    • this must inevitably have the effect, especially in someone
    • We must
    • with rather clumsily today; we must hope that anthroposophy
    • movement must exist where people seek to develop concepts
    • game, nor just a theory; it is a task that must be faced for
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    • today, we must consider something of the nature of the human
    • must think of it as all spirit, or at least all air —
    • must be coming out of the whole human being. Mere reflection
    • something we must consider which is most important. We can
    • must be made again. Otherwise, everything people produce by
    • have to realize that they must now prepare themselves to make
    • do now. It is possible to study this, but we must overcome
    • real, effective political ideas, these must not merely be
    • thought up, they must have come from the spiritual world. In
    • must not merely take account of outer human situations, as
    • must be evolved out of the world of the spirit. Saint-Martin
    • who are born today — we must consider them in the
    • training where the principle must be established that people
    • Examinations for prospective teachers must therefore be
    • have such gifts must be made to fail their exams, however
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    • want to understand Luther today we must know the inner
    • point of view; we must know he lived a short time after the
    • You must distance yourselves from these works and from
    • You must build your bridge between the spiritual and the
    • but what you are able to believe; it must grow from your
    • what really matters at the present time. We must labour to
    • of these things in public. Today one must speak of them, even
    • of illusion. To begin with, however, the illusion must not
    • the kind of confusion I have mentioned. And so there must be
    • the world must come to see the true nature of the spirit in
    • seeking to develop and how it must unite with the
    • However, once awareness has come, it must not be used in the
    • old lackadaisical and slovenly way, but must address itself
    • realization must come that many of the things which from the
    • maya, illusion — must be set aside and the opposite put
    • must be done like this, and that must be done like that. The
    • muster what has become of you — up to a certain point
    • they must submit to authority. We therefore have to do things
    • karma; but we must have a real inner connection with this.
    • must believe, they must be under the influence of authority,
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    • time we must come to realize the distinction between abstract
    • conclusion reached by people who say the war must continue
    • were obliged to leave everything untouched. Yet we must not
    • in the world of art today. In other words, our age must once
    • present. This is what we must achieve; it will create a
    • such a building. These things must be considered and given
    • And we must have the courage to make a complete break with
    • And I must
    • Kjellen's case the State and the organism. Things must always
    • earth can be compared to an organism; but we must not compare
    • earth to an organism, but it is the whole earth which must be
    • proof that the life of the whole earth must be compared to
    • in reality one must compare political and social life all
    • then this theory must apply in the present time, in Roman
    • what is so important; it is what we must concentrate on.
    • teach us a great deal; we must be awake in following events,
    • situation arises? The point is that we must draw the right
    • wrong conclusions were drawn must be thrown overboard and we
    • must say to ourselves: Our thinking has been divorced from
    • reality become untrue. We must therefore break with the
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • an influence for a long time to come — must be sought
    • things, you must visualize a battle which continued for
    • tail of events. The danger inherent in all this must be
    • us. We gain in human freedom, but we must be aware of this.
    • guided. But we are now in an age when such things must be
    • will come when we must have transformed our materialistic
    • still be 2+2=4, but other things must certainly be revised.
    • effort must be made to gain new ideas, and this is only
    • general terms will get you nowhere. We must consider specific
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 10: The Influence of the Backward Angels
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    • You must
    • abstract as: ‘Human beings must fight Ahriman.’ Such an
    • must hear of them in some way or other? Well, in the second
    • assume there must be some among our friends — that
    • these individuals must nevertheless know three or four people
    • spiritual life must be encountered as a reality. Today,
    • must be fought.’ Well, what are people doing to fight them?
    • fire. The first thing we must know is that, seeing that these
    • powers have come down to earth, we must live with them; they
    • must gradually come to the realization that everything
    • only. However, the invisible element must be included if we
    • must also know that it is Ahriman science, the science of
    • backward angels who infest human heads, and we must know
    • into the profane science outside these walls. There must be
    • honest, straightforward way. Yet we must never forget that
    • account in education. Educators must provide the soul not
    • like, memories which make them happy. Education must learn to
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • The aim of these talks has been, and must
    • said that human soul nature will become more inward we must
    • This is one thing we must take into account. We must be ready
    • must pay real attention. Teachers must pay attention to it,
    • feel they must behave towards growing children and young
    • different will have to be done: we must fill our souls,
    • and we must present to the child's heart and mind much that
    • arises from mysterious inner depths. This must be especially
    • must be especially taken into account in the sphere of
    • We must look at
    • their outer life; it must become part of human civilization.
    • it is done now. We must tell them of the special things the
    • only come in later years; children must first of all be able
    • list items; these things must be the stimulus and give us
    • “Education must be put on an individual basis”
    • essential things in future. You must have realized from some
    • inadequate.’ Surely, he must now be inclined to learn
    • why we must take note when someone seeks to make a real
    • typical instance of the abstract way of thinking which must
    • conscience. Anything which is a must, an absolute demand,
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • accord with the truth. We must not base ourselves on such
    • earthly sense, we must therefore see ourselves connected with
    • ahrimanic powers. The true ideal must arise from what we find
    • and people would believe it to be highly idealistic. We must
    • must not allow ourselves to be deflected by the opinions and
    • We must have a
    • censured this foolish inclination, for we must certainly take
    • spirit to which humanity must attain from this fifth
    • people must gain the power of youth which lies in
    • to earth. Because of this, human beings must be released from
    • nature taken back into the spiritual world. Humanity must
    • develop awareness of not being of this earth, and this must
    • grow stronger and stronger. In future, human beings must walk
    • feeling of belonging to the spiritual world must develop in
    • good, but it must not dominate our lives now.
    • physical sense with Copernicanism, and soul awareness must
    • terms. This must continue, but it should not be applied to
    • must be understood today when great, tremendous events happen
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • question must arise as to the actual nature of the battle
    • must be to throw people's views into confusion, turning their
    • must be watched with care, for it is part of some highly
    • must gain as much insight as possible into the events of the
    • mood that must unlock the ‘gates of
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    • own. Events like these must be seen in conjunction with
    • principles must be included in shaping the social structure;
    • way. This is the age when human beings must take affairs into
    • is important to consider this. We must penetrate the time
    • criminal law must exist; it follows that human freedom also
    • people must really wake up in many respects. We merely need
    • people must be introduced to the life of nature when still
    • Distinction must be made above all between anything based on
    • from this and must come closer to it again.
    • proclaiming to the world that democracy must spread to the
    • over human brains today. Here again, we must resolve to look
    • against another. Certain issues really must be raised.
    • ordinary life, too, a feeling must awaken for the real
    • reality. They must be seriously considered. And one is guided
    • them mentioned at all. The things we do must be radically and
  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • time about a consciousness that must be attained if we are to
    • one states that man has limits to his knowledge, that he must be
    • one must raise oneself to something different from the intellect
    • something about the spiritual one must ascend to revelation, which in
    • where we must direct our attention! — that spirituality
    • one must grasp the spiritual — which, to be sure, has been
    • mankind in terms of this moral fall of man, we today must think about
    • the path of knowledge he must find again the pathway of
    • the gods. Man must turn his descent into an ascent. Out of the purely
    • grasped spirit of his own being, man must understand, with inner
    • It extends right into what natural science says today. We must find
    • knowing activity, a raising of man out of sin. We must find the
    • development of mankind on earth. But the fall must be made right
    • again at some point: It must be opposed by a raising of man. And this
    • when the highest ideal of mankind must be the spiritual raising of
    • raising of man must begin.
    • when Christ must be understood. But we resist this
    • one. We must therefore make an effort to understand him. We must make
    • means that we must not limit our knowledge merely to the earth, for,
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
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  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • spoke of this ascent as something that must arise in the present age from
    • and that he must therefore renounce all efforts that might lift him
    • this in mind rightly we must say that whenever we contemplate the activity
    • We must realise
    • appearance of the idea in sensible form?” First we must know
    • not realise that they must transport their whole disposition of soul
    • Here we must
    • something which they may even look upon as a distorted idea. We must
    • only be redeemed through the Christ. Christianity must first be
    • thinking must be saved by the Christ, he would probably put his hands to
    • from sin, which must work against man's fall.
    • which can be misunderstood so easily, must place the Christ in
    • this point it must find the way out from the Fall. This requires a
    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
    • that the bones must in this case remain physical matter, in order
    • must be introduced. But this method is rejected by the consciousness
    • scientific research must become permeated with spirituality. But this
    • whatever. You must go beyond time and space, to conceptions formed in
    • change into skull-bones in the sphere of earthly existence. They must
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • ever-recurring rhythmic experience. Man must experience in rhythmic
    • of going to sleep must be compared with the spring and the deeper our
    • to sleep must be compared with the season of spring and waking with that
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • post-Atlantean culture-epoch must as it were rise again in the fifth
    • One must,
    • equal rights must be accorded to opinions but the interpretation of
    • that truth must reign among us as a sacred law.
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    • How spiritual science must recognize the living
    • It must be admitted
    • at the same time — as it must be on the healthy ground of
    • conflict with more-or-less justified concepts that have, and must
    • Theodor Fechner must already have experienced this idea when, around
    • Now, you must admit
    • century. It must simply be understood that even the greatest
    • something basically took place that must be experienced by every soul
    • of plants — that first a person must occupy himself with a
    • the spiritual investigator must consider in relation to the whole
    • scope of our observations, of our explanations. He must direct his
    • an abstraction, at something thought out. We must also add that the
    • plant-life — must lie in the lifeless, the mineral element.
    • planet we have something before us concerning which we must
    • this, because this is a cycle of lectures in which one thing must
    • states of consciousness must be pictured as reversed in a certain
    • must be able to think of the earth and the sun as spirit-filled
    • the earth rests within itself, we must be able to think of its
    • is why we may not consider plants by themselves but rather must
    • the spirit, things must be understood accurately and exactly, and
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    • impulses of our time?” With open mind we must observe
    • modern time. We must not be influenced, in so doing, by what
    • necessity.’ We must turn our attention to those events
    • epoch of humanity, we must also include one that was, in a
    • in Saint Martin was supplanted, we must not put the question
    • what was really happening, we must realise that by this last
    • century, we must look for this impulse of Philistinism
    • interesting. We must not forget that he was a man of genius.
    • He belonged, as a rule, to the moderate parties. We must
    • — namely, the origin of the Mysteries — must be
    • Now we must
    • it, as I said, we must now set forth the real historic truth.
    • what was exoteric? This question must be applied especially
    • deeply significant secret, which we must know if we would
    • practising secrecy. To-day the very opposite must happen: the
    • evil must be checked and balanced by the widest possible
    • Science must be spread as far and wide as possible. Only by
    • to-day have no other alternative — either they must
    • Chemistry and the like; or else they must become truly
    • must gain entry. The powers most hostile to human
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    • it that which must compensate and balance the harmful forces
    • Golgotha. We must learn increasingly to recognise that which
    • the ideal of the 19th century. Spiritual Science must
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
    • not expect them to enter into a discussion such as must be
    • will tell you something like this: — You must rise from
    • Holy Spirit, the Church must perpetually conceive the Christ.
    • Logos or the Word — must of course be maintained; they
    • must he sought for through Spiritual Science also. And would
    • spiritual Trinity, must stand behind it, — the
    • Spiritual Science, must have a virginal character. Perhaps
    • or ‘should not.’ But man must go farther than
    • must be so, just as for the outer physical world physical
    • sexuality and reproduction must exist. In Science, however,
    • Christmas sense must necessarily be catastrophe also in the
    • the important fact, that in our time we must not seek in a
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
    • old things, but to make the new — the new that must be
    • are precisely the things we must see through. If we develop
    • must find the men who can think greatly. But they will not be
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    • and in the must varied regions of the Earth, we find
    • Only, here again we must remember that the ancient Astrology
    • Stars was well developed. Only we must conceive that in the
    • consciousness, needless to say, has been lost. It must be
    • In our time it must be possible to unite the Christmas and
    • full scope and range of this matter, must, however, also bear
    • together. This must essentially be contained in the concrete
    • Man on the side of birth, must be connected with the Mystery
    • aphorisms. I only wished to emphasise how we must try once
    • must he transcended. For on the one hand we must seek again
    • ruined. We must be conscious that we are living to this day
    • science have been planted again in a new form, and they must
    • lost. We must remember that in the evolution of humanity the
    • hand, the negative side must not be allowed to get the upper
    • far and wide perspectives, we must conclude with such remarks
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • ideas, really leaves him cold. We must learn to know this in
    • our feeling and our will must be drawn in through special
    • circumstances; we must include the feeling and the will which
    • to the moment of waking up, must, as it were, connect itself
    • that in life itself feeling and will must first be drawn into the
    • we simply must begin to speak of the world in a different way
    • soul-spiritual content, must rely entirely upon ourselves.
    • substances, must be within him because his thoughts must dissolve
    • dulled. When we wake up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free
    • must link him up with the animal line of descent (this has been
    • physical world, we must remain by physical facts.
    • spiritual-scientific investigator must therefore feel
    • for the higher spiritual world, in which concepts must penetrate
    • how science should change into art, we must of course encounter
    • accordance with modern ideas: “But science must not become
    • development; they must instead study the human head as such, the
    • of his present head development. We must not seek the development
    • soul-spiritual in man, and we must rise up to such a conception
    • sentient-volitional being, we must speak of loneliness and of a
    • concepts, as described today; we must rise up to the moral world
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    • human evolution to a certain extent, we must say that the further
    • Nature, that derives from the laws of Nature and must end,
    • through germination and heredity. Yet he must also think that at
    • our moral actions must die out impotently in the world. The
    • face them consciously must turn towards that which is described
    • this must have come from an ancient knowledge! It cannot have
    • must connect his own super-sensible part with the super-sensible in
    • the universe in a different way. He must seek the moral and
    • long path which we must tread in order to reach a genuine
    • the present time must no longer pursue this aim through the more
    • must turn thought itself towards our inner being. We should
    • the Logos of the World could reveal Itself to him, so we must be
    • must learn one thing — we must learn to weave inwardly in
    • result — which must arise in a not too distant future of
    • he turned inward. The human being of modern times must instead
    • organism. A modern man must aim at the will itself. What the
    • man must school his will, in a DIRECT AND IMMEDIATE WAY. Here
    • three years' time, I must have acquired an entirely different
    • must be completely transparent, if it is to be used for sight. It
    • must be unselfish, as it were, and then it can be of service to
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    • nature of these problems that in regard to these things I must
    • human being, self-knowledge is undoubtedly a problem which must
    • firm standpoint in life, we must first obtain a conception of our
    • own nature. It must be said that at all times people sought to
    • matter must be taken more seriously when we have to do with the
    • must draw attention to the fact that the methods of
    • objection must be raised in regard to Schleich and his case of
    • objection which must be raised by one who really knows the
    • supplies the critical objection which must be raised even against
    • that his son's soul and none other must have spoken to him from
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • must become quite familiar with the conditions in which we
    • the author is neither an opponent nor a follower. I must confess
    • irresistibly comical effect. I must admit that I like this remark
    • chemical analysis of the ink with which it is written. I must
    • life and in science. One must, of course, have an understanding
    • for these ordinary human experiences. One must bear in mind the
    • observe carefully. Things must, so to speak, become enigmas and
    • must be looked upon as enigmas.
    • must stand before our souls. Those who believe that the
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  • 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
    • the events of the time must appear full of problems which touch
    • the West must reckon with the East.
    • must experience that this conception of Maya was not originally
    • ideology, we may speak of Maya, but we must apply this to our
    • waiting for the divine essence in thought which must rise up for
    • order to experience reality. We must look towards Christ in order
    • physical, it must gain inner reality in the life of thought,
    • Christ must be
    • knowledge. We must reach the point of envisaging what may be
    • present time must be filled with warmth. This is an important and
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
    • Christ idea must be gained. We should realize that the present
    • We must rise to the conviction that it is a farce to keep them up
    • time. The great conflict between East and West must also take
    • external world and the Maya of thought. These must reach a
    • realize that we must first rise to an understanding of Christ's
    • should be permeated with the living forces of Christ. We must
    • the following: A real understanding of Christianity must bring
    • true soul-spiritual reality must unfold out of the inner Maya. If
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    • activity, and in order to understand them we must first study
    • the ear — these show that the human being must obtain
    • illusion. Every direction relating to perception must in the end
    • things in the right way must even say: We are then looking upon
    • lies before us; it must dissolve. It is not a reality. Similarly
    • that by studying man in this way, we must say to ourselves: In
    • whole Ego organization must enable the parts corresponding to
    • to expression, must, of course, be revealed in a different way.
    • the ordinary life of thought; this must be lifeless. But the
    • when we write or speak; different signs must be used when
    • But this must not be one. You will therefore understand me when I
    • must not use the imaginative forces of the astral body, located
    • must draw the elements of this knowledge from the influences
    • earth and that the living essence must be discovered and lifted
    • by perceiving that modern spiritual science must endow old
  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • wake up in the morning, we must enter a perceptive life of
    • Man must therefore find freedom in a world of illusion; he does
    • must in future enter the life of mankind is that the divine
    • exclude him. But this must take place in an ever-growing measure
    • self, so modern times must find in a right conception of the
    • we must find him in freedom and turn to the Mystery of Golgotha
    • upon him. He must approach the Mystery of Golgotha in freedom and
    • his being must pass through a kind of resurrection.
    • Christ must be reached in inner freedom. Particularly the way in
    • must develop freedom in life. He will then pass through the
    • Mystery of Golgotha throws into life a light which must fall on
    • value, but the Gospel must be added to the direct knowledge of
    • Modern mankind must find it, if it wants to come out of the
    • human being. It will be a knowledge which must be felt and
    • Christianity in a real way, from within. This must be
    • freedom, which must appear. Freedom must be experienced, but the
  • Title: Lecture: Knowledge Pervaded with the Experience of Love
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    • A.D. Since that time we must take into account the
    • western humanity must unfold, and which we look upon as the
    • intellectual thoughts they must lose their inner soul warmth.
    • of mankind's modern development. We must grasp that man separated
    • must discover the world's living essence through his own power,
    • his own life; he himself must become alive. History cannot be
    • we must penetrate into them in a spiritual-scientific way,
    • If I wish to set forth the divine essence purely, I must purify
    • inner lifelessness. Out of his soul's own strength he must gain
    • that is to say, he must again be able to win ideas which are
    • past epochs, but we ourselves must first find the way to it, we
    • must go to it.
    • to him of the spirit. Through his own forces modern man must
    • mathematics; but the human being must bring along something, for
    • must bring with him is love.
    • must seek to understand the Logos living in the flesh, by raising
    • another aspect, it must be greatly valued. But an inner push is
  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • into himself and that he must say to himself: When I am
    • just now, we must draw attention to all the spiritual powers that
    • world admit these powers? — To this we must reply: All
    • must do this through spiritual vision (Anschauung).
    • Consequently we must say: These powers exist, — but the
    • disposition, which must lead him beyond the earth.
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    • progress of humanity, the Spirit Whom we must specially bear in mind
    • Christmas Eve approaches, we must (this year in particular) ask
    • the world, must concern us far more deeply at this present epoch than
    • thought which must develop in order that many things may be acquired
    • which we must form quite definite conceptions if we want to
    • We must
    • form such ideas as these, if we wish to understand correctly. We must
    • what it would have been originally, it becomes something which I must
    • grow out of my Earth deeds which must become different. The tree
    • becomes something to which man must acquire a new relation, for the
    • must become the stem of the Cross because man must unite himself anew
    • is retained in the spiritual world. It must remain there, otherwise
    • strange to them. We must remember that in the twelfth and thirteenth
    • a matter of course. We must remember that although the people year in
    • Something must now be said which I must ask you not to misunderstand,
    • Earth the wood from which the cross must be made with which man has
    • us, it becomes something which must grow strong within us if the
    • the face of this? Must not just such events as these prove that man
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
    • — we must put up with things as they are!’
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    • year as Christmas approaches, we must think of the kind of feelings
    • witnessed and must feel countless deaths around us in this
    • how strongly this thought is connected with what must become
    • were to happen, much that must still be fought for in such a bloody
    • must promise this to themselves on Christmas night again and
    • the Knowledge of Good and Evil must you avoid, because they who have
    • into it, and we must form very definite pictures of this if we wish
    • We must say to
    • becomes something that I must change if the goal and task of the
    • something that must become different. The tree grows forth, the
    • becomes something to which the human being must gain a new
    • Knowledge must become the trunk of the Cross, because the human being
    • must unite himself anew with the properly understood Tree of
    • journey. Only when we have gone through the portal of death must we
    • “I” is retained in the spiritual world. It must be held
    • I must say
    • development must enter into a new bond with that which united
    • which the Cross must be made, through which he establishes a new
    • Christ thought therefore becomes great and must gradually become
    • thoughts of divine providence, have any meaning? Must not just such
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    • turn our attention to Zarathustra, we must look back over an
    • religion, must be placed a great many centuries before Buddha. Greek
    • historians have repeatedly pointed out that Zarathustra must have
    • must always draw from the source which we may call Illumination,
    • would understand the significance of Zarathustra's teaching, we must
    • would make the ascent must to a certain extent develop both kinds of
    • directs his attention truly to the physical world he must finally
    • world it is very difficult to make them realise that there must
    • this, let us think of the course of evolution. We must conceive of
    • must cease. In all these things we must understand that a survey of
    • fines straight? In infinity, the point must then remain the same on
    • letters on it and we build up words from these letters, but we must
    • Two things must here be remembered.
    • activities of light upon the Earth: behind the Izods we must imagine
    • Amschaspands are also at work in man. We must think of these beings
    • colours and sounds must cease. So long as these elements enter into
    • world. These must on no account be allowed to enter.”
    • must penetrate behind this veil of colour and sound around you. Shun
    • peoples were taught that the Asuras are evil spirits and must be
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    • the prime of Egyptian culture must be dated at least seven thousand
    • words. It must therefore be of great interest to us to understand how
    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • Now it must be clearly understood that the
    • underlying the purely external forces of Nature. We must also realise
    • We must realise
    • must not be analysed merely in the sense of allegory or symbol. It should
    • must we go back to the feelings living in the ancient Egyptians and
    • human evolution must be regarded as a duality, consisting of the
    • The idea of a triangle, for instance, must have been preceded by
    • This is how we must envisage the attitude of soul in the
    • The legend of Osiris and Isis must thus be
    • Egypt: Man must descend into his own innermost being; there he first
    • must force his way through this physical nature. He beholds the outer
    • he beholds Man he must penetrate through the outer form to the
    • must descend into his physical-etheric sheaths, into the etheric
    • qualities of soul. He must learn to be independent of the forces in
    • freed himself from these forces, he must then enter into the
    • marvellous processes of his blood. He must learn to know his higher
    • himself is outside it; thus if he wishes to perceive himself, he must
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    • present. For this reason the butterfly's instinct must lead it to lay
    • this over there is something that must be clear in your minds. You are
    • see the bright butterfly in the air we must realise that the same
    • you here that there must be a transition from moisture containing air to
    • through gills — as it must in water — and that this animal
    • and loses the watery element. New regions appear where it must have
    • however, air penetrates, as the animal must be exposed to both air and
    • the ovum inside the mother Maria. So we must imagine it thus: here is
    • ovum was contained in Maria's, it must also have been in that of
    • Maria and Gertrude must have already been present in that of Katie, and
    • studying; surely what they acquire must be the truth! Naturally, the
    • spiritual life is being swamped, and the time has now come when we must
    • must realise, gentlemen, that this is nonsense for I myself am the
    • neglected, must once more be reckoned with. Then one will notice the
    • instance matter must first be destroyed and vanish, thus enabling the
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    • together. So you must be clear that when I tell you of experiences
    • view, for naturally it must be unconscious — no, when the soul
    • without pain, what has to be experienced in this way. For then he must
    • as in song and in declamatory speech there must be united what a man is,
    • the task of puzzling out intuitively how the Kabiri must have appeared
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    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to find
    • Inspired and Intuitive Knowledge, I must portray it as if it were
    • of sleep, anxiety. Into this anxiety must flow power man has gained from
    • we must insist upon a strict science for the world of the senses, and
    • system. If we must say for the day-time: the white corpuscles, the red
    • us to breathe in and breathe out — then we must say for the
    • in reality a cosmic experience and because he must pass through this
    • comprehensive sense, we must recognise that human consciousness too is
    • which he is not yet conscious. He must receive it into his
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    • must make the same remark about the soul as Redi made
    • about life. He must must assert: Soul can only originate in
    • — and this must be emphasised again and again — at
    • earnest investigator this childish conception must be swept
    • must be accentuated is that Anthroposophy has the same
    • habits of life of a worm knows that he must go back to the egg
    • direction he must search, even if a difference of opinion exists
    • that the psychic attributes of man as well as the physical must
    • as the animal soul. Just as we must remain in the domain of the
    • living to explain the origin of a living being, so must we
    • above must be granted to the Anthroposophical teachings as
    • declares:— “We must explain the difference between
    • must disturb him in his slumber. For honest thought must keep
    • general ideas about evolution are insufficient; you must also
    • these latter and highest animal souls; therefore I must admit
    • Consequently Newton's soul must have proceeded from one which
    • must let the whole scientific theory of evolution drop or you
    • must acknowledge that it has to be extended to the development
    • soul must have evolved out of its previous form of existence.
    • not perish, but only alter their way of combination, so must we
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    • that we must distinguish between the local death and the
    • death has for life, we must not look at what is left, at what
    • becomes lifeless matter; but must seek the cause, the
    • the young organism — it must make itself secure by
    • point of view, we must certainly bear in mind something of
    • Spiritual Science, we must remember that what is taken into
    • fate of this truth that we must again proclaim here. For this
    • capacities in man, an exact distinction must. be made between
    • was there for the animal. We must look in the past for the
    • possible; it must now go on living in a hardened life
    • being. We must first gain an idea of the nature of fatigue. I
    • must be carried to the muscles. In this case we might say
    • of the life organs„ must be brought in contact with
    • something which is foreign to it must really be present,
    • something which does not belong to its own nature must be
    • that that which comes to a life-process must be foreign to
    • individual life, but it must also for this reason throw off
    • things of natural life. But we must make it clear to
    • observe it more exactly, if we ask ourselves what must be the
    • One must
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    • must take great care, from the very outset, to realize that
    • must learn instead to adapt ourselves to the mobility of
    • these shapes — we must acquire mobile thoughts. We
    • only within the physical world. We must know this, in order
    • etheric body, we must ascend to the astral plane: there, its
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • of this, you must say to yourselves: I will try to imagine a
    • fingernails without the human being; the same thing must be
    • like that of an animal; we must not think that a mineral
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • — nevertheless, the inner nature of a Being must be
    • not live on the astral plane but in lower Devachan. We must
    • not have delayed our thoughts according to a system, but must
    • astral plane. But we must think of this in the following way:
    • of the human being, he must recognize the fact that the
    • ways in which the expressions “astral”, etc. must
    • study the human being, we must observe him quite precisely,
    • of the physical body, must be filled with wonder by the
    • reached upon Saturn. But you must not think from this that
    • we must transcend what is physical, in the modern sense
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    • It must be
    • nucleus of this truth must be present and discoverable in all
    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • accurate examination shows that we must go back to the living
    • only upon father, mother and ancestors. As we must return
    • perception. It is easy to say: this higher knowledge must
    • why each single line must be as it is. With spiritual
    • presented and how it must be presented as had Homer.
    • incomplete. He must turn away from that fear-inspiring sign
    • must not be satisfied with any of the steps we take, but
    • something but must go forward yet further. Goethe centers
    • world; so Faust must descend into the spiritual world.
    • maintains: We must take this science earnestly and study it,
    • must first mature; must learn the real relationship between
    • — that is the lesson Faust must learn. The archetype of
    • from birth to death. Therefore must Goethe show how the soul
    • mediator between body and spirit; it must attract all the
    • Homunculus receives the counsel: You must begin with the
    • passion, but must experience the mysteries of existence in
    • must go on. She must be severed from all that is only
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    • it, must lie very close to our hearts: I mean the
    • truthfully say at all times: we must really be ashamed,
    • which must be enmity against the Spirit-King feels itself
    • challenged in the figure of Herod; and the spiritual King must
    • Eudocia's poetry may not be very good, still we must say: there
    • all things we must strive after wisdom, for wisdom is one of
    • the divine impulses of the world. And that we must strive after
    • wisdom, that wisdom must be the sacred treasure that brings us
    • that we must not
    • let wisdom fall away, that we must cherish it, in order to
    • strives after wisdom must inevitably come near to the antagonists
    • rain and clouds; but, on the other hand, we must see this power
    • something of them must work in us; we must have our share in
    • the child, the being of the child? We must make present in our
    • child's body must be protected. Were it exposed for a moment to
    • foolishness and must stand abashed before the childlike body
    • reach it. Mockery is this wisdom; it must feel itself rejected
    • justification, before whom wisdom must stand still and power
    • must stand still.
    • it conquers even death. And that which must be added to wisdom
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    • Giordano Bruno are the two names we must mention when we
    • must try and realize what at first sight appears to be the
    • how wide was the field which the term then embraced. We must
    • was an intellectual giant; and though we must admit that even
    • other hand, we must acknowledge that the works of Aristotle
    • “is the teaching of Aristotle, therefore it must be
    • must not ascribe to the word the meaning given to it to-day,
    • the same time, we must not forget that Galileo, who
    • must infer that what we may term intellectual knowledge,
    • human mind must not suppose that with its reason limited, as
    • Divine Mind. Man must strive. He must observe each step. He
    • must study each separate phenomenon carefully. He must not
    • firmament. We must bear in mind that there were no newspapers
    • things aright, we must remember these two facts: — that
    • Sun. We must put ourselves in the position of the men of that
    • Living God must be sought for outside the spheres of the
    • The word must not be taken to mean what it does to-day, but
    • it must be understood in the sense in which it was used by
    • must, therefore, think of him in the following way: Giordano
    • these theories, we must say “they do not mention the
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    • strength which brings the assurance that, though we must pass
    • which exact science must reign supreme. How frequently do we
    • at the present day, and that one must be content with a
    • when we consider this we must conclude that it would be a
    • spiritual science. That science must be universal; it must be
    • supersensuous world to that science. But it must be mentioned
    • must ask: How can the Sun attract the Earth, if it does not
    • other mammals. It is held that we must retrace our steps to
    • considering the various phenomena of life, we must, invent
    • the objects, something must be transferred to the objects
    • from the soul. What is experienced in the soul must have
    • conservation of energy must also hold good for psychology,
    • a position to formulate such a thought at all, must also
    • must reflect that, considering the nature of the premise from
    • must lead into spiritual science or theosophy. This is the
    • we must acknowledge that open doors to spirituality are
    • model, to which we must look up in order to study that living
    • to us of the manner in which man must strive, in order to
    • must be so in order that it may continue to live. This is a
    • Goethe, — a spirit whom we must first learn to
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    • the paths of spiritual investigation must transform his soul
    • of herself. Self education must proceed to overcome this
    • The spiritual investigator concerned must exclude this error,
    • must not conclude, because they are not mentioned, that they
    • world-evolution. In all these investigations, knowledge must
    • from an objective world-content. Thus one must seek to regard
    • begins. Therefore a way must be sought along which one can
    • manifest, then they must take possession of the
    • somnambulistic-mediumistic person, and one must as it were
    • various starting points. This must occur in greater measure
    • spheres. Therefore the spiritual investigator must begin to
    • soul. He must say: — What you see in wonderful images,
    • spiritual investigation, such feelings must appear very
    • For such experiences and for such a survey, one must be correctly
    • must be strengthened and sharpened in this way, in order
    • especially to have concentrated before one what must be
    • employed for their presentation, although the seer must
    • the right measure of perception there, but one must
    • spiritual investigator must always be watchful of himself in
    • conquest of false authority, each one must attempt the utmost
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    • are here involved. We must bear in mind that all that is
    • ‘vocation’ one remark must perhaps be made, namely this:
    • not even that. Nor must you imagine that the position then
    • to-day from such unclean sources. On this we must be clear, our
    • the un-fittest — must be recognised for
    • nevertheless, we must admit, the whole way in which Mephistopheles
    • That is the one thing which must be borne in mind, but there is
    • reached a point, which must be attained once more by
    • must be included for any true explanation. But as these
    • forgotten, must be drawn forth. If this be done — if
    • under the influence of a good catechiser (who must of course,
    • finds its way into our dreams. We must only be able to estimate
    • the teacher. He should have said, One must not pass
    • human being. This must be borne in mind.
    • across from one incarnation to another. We must now consider
    • we must also bear in mind the physical body. As to the physical
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    • now trying to find our way, we must explore many a
    • must be multiplied to get the circumference. We find it,
    • Egyptian priests must have known it in very ancient times, even
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
    • which he suffered by his own work — must find its way
    • new birth. Somehow, the experience must be undergone.
    • well, one must somehow keep them quiet and content. And
    • spot in such matters of administration, answered: He must
    • accept! He must be willing, and if he is not — you simply
    • the theatre, whose favour the Director must, of course, enjoy.
    • town. He too must be won over. And he always wrote the most
    • critic's flat and insists that he must speak to the critic's
    • On no account must anything really ‘spiritual’
    • be contained; or if it is, it must emerge with the utmost
    • entangle the accused. (And as defender? Then he must be well up
    • must above all acquire free and open vision. We must try
    • must envisage the right facts. Then and then only do we find
    • must see together, in order that life may be revealed to you.
    • speak about these things. Nevertheless they must be
    • certain matters, Truth must prevail when it becomes a
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    • Spiritual Science in our time must above all possess —
    • necessary first to gain a broader basis; I must explain some
    • inherited qualities which the teacher must take into
    • For up to this time the human being must have developed all
    • this point of time. This is what we must really comprehend.
    • must remember, in a certain sense everything in the world is
    • also have to emerge increasingly. It must be made possible for
    • were guided by the Divine-spiritual powers. We must approach
    • on salvation, liberation, — such things must be
    • post-Atlantean age. It must be so. It is according to an
    • that is out of the question. We must see how the spiritual
    • powers; that we must not forget.
    • nowadays. Time and again they declare: ‘It must not be; it is
    • — our time must concentrate on the Reality (meaning
    • we in our Spiritual Science possess a part which must be made
    • this end a number of people must develop, not the narrow,
    • impulses which must come from the Eastern World, and,
    • must consider this: — If one knows how the cycles of
    • the world to-day must have according to its Archai, this or
    • must be able to turn our gaze, as I said before, in the right
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    • our point of view must ask, what are they really
    • God? Are they conceiving what the word God must mean when the
    • this must be borne in mind. Not until we come to the Archangels
    • many respects we must admit that to the question, ‘Who is to
    • blame for the materialism of our time?’ this answer must be
    • its significance. But we must go on describing ever more
    • times that one must not betray the mystic communications. The
    • to criticise, but the facts are far too serious, they must at
    • power must on no account be abused. It is an absolutely real
    • real and concrete. But the times have changed, and we must have
    • the Word. It was the Christ. But men must first find the
    • this end, however, we must first learn to understand a little
    • placed by his calling or vocation. To do so, we must first
    • dwell on certain characteristic features. We must learn
    • of each man to himself. In the Spirit of our Time we must get
    • which man is born. We must learn to regard man in his relation
    • relation to the cosmos, for to do so one must first see
    • steam-engine. I do not say that all these things must
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • this end, however, we must first bring before our souls certain
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    • mysteries of man's physical existence which he must look upon
    • Christian heart must have an ever deepening sense of
    • still meets us here and there; but we must say that humanity
    • course of human life must still remain mysteries, even in their
    • filled with so much that is painful, when this human heart must
    • their death in the last few years, must reflect upon countless
    • being, at the inner midmost entity, we must say that man
    • He who knows what is beheld by the spiritual seeker must
    • must grow ever stronger in the future spiritual evolution of
    • world history, but that we must consider in relation to
    • when it first appeared tumultuously in human evolution. We must
    • Most of all must understanding come about, Christian
    • must give to evolving humanity an explanation of these
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • regard to the nature of the prophet, must disappear. New
    • conceptions must, for the redemption of humanity, enter
    • state of sleep the human being must become capable of
    • the Christ must be so understood and so felt by men in their
    • thought must powerfully influence the future evolution of the
    • new annunciation of the spirit must speak a new language,
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    • find it, and that one must have patience and devotion to reach
    • In the Self must the Christian absorb in the Christ-principle
    • into the blood this power must work.
    • The mystery of what must needs befall
    • The hour of his departing must foretell.
    • How bitter is the thought he must expire.
    • what must be overcome by the Rose-Cross, and it is the
    • level of the higher worlds must become at home in this
    • the gospel of S. John: “He must increase, but I must
    • the spiritual power of the sun, he must learn the meaning of
    • Light in the darkness, must be written every year afresh in the
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    • your attention to the fact that they must of necessity incorporate
    • man’ must liberate himself to some extent. Now the ‘homeless
    • We know that we must think of the ego itself as inwardly organized.
    • factor must be borne in mind. We human beings (on Earth) are now
    • take? In order to understand this, we must bear in mind that from a
    • evolved further. We must picture this in the following way: when we
    • Souls, we must bear in mind what is involved in the progress of man
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    • but only to clairvoyant consciousness, and this must be admitted.
    • Spirits, invades the life of man, then there must be on the other
    • Archangelic Beings, in proof of this. Furthermore these Beings must
    • also possess in a certain sense a physical body. They must be able to
    • whose activity is expressed in this physical form must give some
    • analysis the human body must be associated with the work of these
    • transformation of this body. Here we must first of all refer to the
    • this aura we must clearly understand that the saying, everything in
    • their own ego-development must be taken into account. They themselves
    • must further their evolution, move across the face of the Earth and
    • must be quite clear about these Beings; we shall then be able to name
    • You must think of the sequence of the Hierarchies of Spirits in the
    • difficulty is that one must first learn to discriminate in the
    • one must distinguish between the Archangels who have reached the
    • must not ascribe the birth of language solely to these Beings who
    • Cosmos. As to the Spirits of language, we must say that man cherishes
    • must learn to accustom ourselves to new points of view. Man is in the
    • higher wisdom. Just as we must regard “hurrying forward”
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so we must also look upon “remaining
    • and we must clearly realize that man could not have acquired certain
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    • be incomplete we must first embark upon such inquiries as are
    • must now look a little more closely into the inner life of the Folk
    • must picture it as composed of three members:
    • must regard them as three modifications, as three members of the
    • the three modifications in the soul-life of man. Therefore, you must
    • of these Folk Spirits. That will not be very easy, but we must be
    • prepared to make the endeavour. We must take our starting-point from
    • degrees. This must be an inner experience, it must spring from the
    • arc passionately devoted. But we must not only glow with enthusiasm
    • and respond with sensibility in the Sentient Soul; we must also learn
    • an enthusiast, but he is never a practical man. We must not receive
    • ideals into our Sentient Soul from outside; we must allow them to
    • stream into us from out of the spiritual world and we must work upon
    • defines the extent of their actual participation. You must therefore
    • of the animals, plants and minerals. We must realize therefore that
    • must now look again into the inner life of such an Archangel. From
    • they mediate between Archangels and man. You must understand quite
    • Folk-aura the Archangel is at work. We must think of him as a higher
    • whole has to fulfil. The Archangel knows what steps must be
    • vigour and vitality are strongest. He knows what aims must be pursued
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    • and the origins of the individual folk communities, we must realize
    • the age of twenty. To compensate for this man must spend the first
    • ascending third; he must repay the debt in kind.
    • must carefully avoid seeing evolution in the form of a perpetually
    • We must look for
    • must follow their propagation down to our own day; at the same time
    • we must realize that when our fifth post-Atlantean epoch is
    • the impress of the characteristics of a more mature age. We must
    • forces concentrated within the youthful organism must be allowed to
    • full stature when the spiritual life must begin to unfold and the
    • physical must be compressed. As civilization advances westward into
    • ho migrate to areas lying more to the West must seek rejuvenating
    • power, spiritual substance, from the East; but Central Europe must
    • soul-life and why, on the other hand, we must look especially in the
    • of mankind in every corner of the globe. We must understand therefore
    • great laws themselves must apprise us of this; we must not allow
    • islands and peninsulas, then we shall realize what sentiments must
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    • facts underlying our present investigation we must transcend those
    • prejudices which might easily arise on matters which I must now
    • illusion, we must ask ourselves where we must look for them at the
    • we must look upon as the most external manifestation of the Spirits
    • Thrones), the Seraphim and the Cherubim work from the centre. We must
    • Old Sun and Old Moon epochs. This is not easy because we must first
    • For the moment you must accept it as a general description.
    • creative element in earthly existence. We must therefore describe the
    • previous study, the network of Love must be woven by these
    • Hierarchies and Love must be woven in such a way that the principal
    • underlying our external Maya we must raise our consciousness from the
    • yet visible. If we wish to perceive these Spirits at work we must
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    • cooperation of the Hierarchies is involved and we must envisage the
    • We must envisage these Beings as originally working inward from the
    • make the mission of the Earth comprehensible we must approach this
    • extent you will also feel that the field of knowledge must be
    • the Earth, we must clearly understand that these seven Spirits of
    • you must seek for them in the Sun. You must always look towards the
    • Jehovah. If you wish to follow His activity in the Universe you must
    • for the purpose of establishing the equilibrium), then we must
    • ago. You must therefore imagine the Spirits of Form radiating from a
    • centre, which, we must assume, existed at a definite moment of time
    • looks up into the infinite expanse of the Macrocosm he must seek
    • paramount importance which must be taken into consideration. Just as
    • another case, we must assume that the Jahve forces from the Moon
    • whatsoever must be determined through the blood — the
    • existence of an important polarity in mankind and we must emphasize
    • must now turn our attention to the Western centre and trace the way
    • development, must be concentrated on the respiratory system. Amongst
    • the initial steps must start from an enrichment and a
    • which must be developed for the evolution of humanity, forces which
    • the Saturn race, therefore, in everything to which we must ascribe
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    • races of which we have already spoken took place, we must look far
    • migrated to Southern Asia, then we must look back to early Atlantean
    • first set out during the post-Atlantean epoch, then we must clearly
    • Nation Spirit, a Time Spirit whom we must call the Semitic Nation
    • without pluralism. Pluralism is not possible without monism. We must
    • antipathies. Therefore we must have a clear understanding of the
    • centre of Europe. It must seem the height of folly, as I said, if we
    • end he must develop in a specific way those native potentialities
    • mythology are in many respects curiously alike, I must point out
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    • embodied therein, we must first of all bear in mind the fundamental
    • At one time there must have been identical understanding of the
    • of air into words, so too we must perceive his presence and activity
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    • Indian peoples must have experienced their entire soul-development in
    • from a philosophical angle, I must add something in parenthesis by
    • clairvoyantly. Thus we must conceive of this antithesis in a purely
    • to the smallest details. But we must clearly understand that what the
    • intermediate time. There must be a period of probation and man will
    • transition is necessary and he must therefore withdraw from the
    • spiritual world. He must undergo the experience of the phenomenal
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    • since all evolution is a continuous process we must ask ourselves
    • sixth post-Atlantean civilization and must be prepared for gradually.
    • This civilization which must be preeminently a receptive one, for it
    • must reverently await the influx of the Spirit Self into the
    • contingencies must to a certain extent be prepared beforehand, must
    • nature and all animate beings. We must think of this as a wholly
    • must think of this Slavonic soul as being able to see entities in
    • realization that the two aspects, the Human and the Divine, must be
    • attributes. We must first of all understand the two natures of Christ
    • that we must think of this Being as possessing two centres of will.
    • will be like, a future that will ensure that we must form our ideals
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    • kindred subjects, and it must suffice if I have introduced this
    • manifestation of Christ, a manifestation which must come when human
    • today must pervade the teachings of Spiritual Science in particular,
    • then will follow what I have often spoken of here, and which I must
    • one must look for His return in a physical body. This would only
    • who are able to understand that they must perceive the spirit in the
    • spirit, that they must seek the new manifestation of Christ in the
    • flourished, then this people must realize that the old clairvoyance
    • must assume a different form after man has undergone development on
    • something very different must supplant them. These future powers
    • of men; but they themselves must be prepared to make a conscious
    • man must to a certain extent have free choice in determining his goal
    • which must not be pre-determined. It is therefore a question of
    • peoples of the West and the East and this Being must conform to man's
    • prepared to act differently. Facts and facts alone must decide. We
    • all mankind must be given; it may, it is true, originate in a
    • particular region, but it must be given to the whole of humanity. We
    • is capable of further development we must abandon the dogmatic
    • declare that He must be after this or that fashion, even when it
    • occultism concerning the evolution of the future must be free and
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    • feeling, which simply must enliven us if the truths of Spiritual
    • Spiritual Science must learn not to take what springs from our own
    • order to achieve it they must offer sacrifice in a deeper sense to
    • not to be blighted by her intellectuality we must remember the
    • clairvoyant culture represented by Persephone must light up again.
    • And we must regard it as one of the most fortunate of the stars that
    • certain perfection in the future must make a beginning in all their
    • as regards what Spiritual Science is aiming at, what it must aim at,
    • badly, we have faith that our work must succeed. And it does
    • festivals which precede our lecture cycles at Munich must feel,
    • The habitual theatre goer would pronounce it deadly dull. We must
    • is not seen on the stage must play its part as well as what is seen,
    • that what is merely hinted at must have a place as well as the more
    • material impersonations; that some figures must stand out in the
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    • separation there must have been a point of contact somewhere. How
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • Science must prepare, so that the soul may become capable of
    • must become ever higher, and that it would mean stagnation if in our
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    • the immediate future. To evoke a feeling that we must change our very
    • recognition that there are two currents in human experience. Men must
    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • sources of spiritual-scientific insight; we must fit ourselves to see
    • this we must start with man himself, who so emphatically demands not
    • to express in up-to-date phraseology what the Greek felt, we must say
    • qualities, the qualities which turn into memory and habit, must be
    • must have the physical body. In the higher worlds, activity of will
    • the pentagram. In this case you must not take only the triangles
    • must think with the same attentiveness of the large circle and try to
    • grasp it in meditation. Next you must place before you the upward-
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    • being, the forces of the universe corresponding to the ego must also
    • to feel that the forces of our ego must be very different from the
    • closely connected with the environment, so too we must think of the
    • the epochs of its own civilisation, is guided by Beings whom we must
    • But we must bear in mind that they have all undergone a further
    • opposition. Hence it must necessarily be brought about by the wise
    • of Jupiter from its future planetary neighbours. One must clearly
    • forces of hindrance, to which we must not give the name of the
    • We must clearly
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    • knows, Dionysos is one of the Greek gods, and the question must have
    • Moon, how must this have affected its attitude towards man himself?
    • The Hebrew must inevitably have felt: ‘Devotion to this divine
    • human incarnation in Atlantis. We must be clear about this if we wish
    • our intellectual ego-forces, then he must be the intelligence which
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    • progress in Spiritual Science we must acquire a feeling that it is
    • We must constantly
    • consciousness. We must not think of the ego of which ordinary
    • mother—he was the son of Semele and Zeus. But we must bear in
    • is really the first teacher of intellectual civilisation, we must
    • ego. Therefore Dionysos must be represented as this human ego still
    • We must come to feel
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    • tribulations, we must first give some thought to what modern
    • the work within the soul in the life of ideation, the question must
    • representation, we must attribute that solely to the three higher
    • Since I must be
    • am not walking about out here, that is not me. I must get inside the
    • knowledge in general, we must first endeavour to get to know
    • developing the passion which must come into play when the soul is
    • indeed: ‘You must attain something which you cannot
    • science would consequently have to say: ‘The Mysteries must
    • worlds we already meet at the very outset with something which must
    • spiritual-scientific things in their true sense, one must forego the
    • that quite consciously, for it is inevitable. One must face up to the
    • his external bodily organisation, the pupil must divest himself of
    • now say that he must renounce normal external knowledge. Surely that
    • the term, if he can't understand you, you must have
    • when they started, they must have had it later on too! It would be a
    • must not lose hold of it on the way there.
    • who wishes to listen to them, to be taught by them, must have access
    • the physical plane, just as he must be clear that the physical
    • abstract thinker must sometimes be overcome with astonishment when he
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    • the heavenly powers, we should say to ourselves: ‘We must raise
    • up this treasure, we must lift it out of the hidden depths into our
    • must acknowledge that you cannot persist in your ignorance; you may
    • powers of endurance and its fruitfulness must uphold us when, as
    • feel afraid, not knowing what to do; when it seems: ‘You must,
    • to say to themselves: ‘You must die and must take your debt of
    • recognise his evil propensities frankly, and he must go further, he
    • must accept the impossibility of making everything good in this life.
    • to be carried through the gate of death, and that we must have the
    • already reached a high stage of development on the Moon, we must
    • We must be quite
    • must come to know more closely what it is that I have just described
    • itself aloof, so to say, and only intervening indirectly. Now we must
    • must assign to the category of Luciferic beings all those of whom we
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • consciousness.’ Then the Greek pupil became clear that he must
    • would come to know Me, then you must know how Moses and the Prophets
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    • Ordeals of the Soul, Revelations of the Spirit’ we must look
    • somewhat closely into this formation of man, we must see just how man
    • these forces more closely. First we must pay attention to certain
    • You must not be
    • space we must ask ourselves which are the creatures upon whom they
    • must study man's archetypal Phantom as a super-sensible form.
    • clairvoyance. How then must we put the matter from the point of view
    • drawn into him, must be thought of more explicitly as an incoming of
    • kingdoms of Nature which are our environment. Yes; we must face the
    • wonders of the world. It is the very essence of what we must call the
    • image; it must become more solid.’ Because we are all the time
    • effort. For this reason we must never rashly regard what can be
    • have to realise that we must not shrink from such trials, for every
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    • all time, then we must tell him that he is very short-sighted. For
    • into the realities. We must seriously try to discover why this is
    • must see that the manner in which the human being looks at the world
    • — ‘End not at last in cosmic distances’. To do that must
    • to enlarge oneself to become a world’, then we must say:
    • that this organ must be in order if a man is to understand the sounds
    • of speech, and that another part must be in order for him to speak,
    • must permeate ourselves with this in the Pauline sense. It is not our
    • of its own being; we see that the soul must undergo these ordeals
    • in a deceptive form, and we must press on towards the reality out of
    • dream ourselves; we must strip off all that still reminds us of
    • Spiritual Science must never discourage us. Even when it has to be
    • repeated over and over again, we must nevertheless say to ourselves:
    • ‘We must get to know them, we must actually undergo
    • But we must also have confidence that we shall advance through these
    • has to make progress by unexpected ways. But we must never lose
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    • again and again over the course of the ages, must have ever new experiences.
    • the human soul must experience. How clearly evident this is in a spirit
    • Science we must realize that we are living in an age which represents
    • Raphael must surely have allowed this to affect him; and then what seemed
    • to Savonarela. True, the two men were different, but we must nevertheless
    • and being of man. The gaze must rise beyond the Earthly to the Supersensible
    • gifts inherent in this soul represents something that must have passed
    • into the kind of feelings and perceptions which Raphael himself must
    • different Christian feeling must have flowed into the soul. And yet
    • a conception born out of Raphael's works themselves, it must be said
    • of them being that a later epoch must always have it support
    • in an earlier. Just as the male and female must work in conjunction,
    • must mutually fertilize and work together in order that evolution may
    • the other wall there is a picture that must remain indelibly in the
    • this inward deepening — despite all the materiality that must needs
    • develop more and more as humanity progresses, — must increase in the
    • time must come when Raphael's work will have long since faded and passed
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    • gestures, so that we must say: These almost imperceptible gestures
    • which I have reached. Nevertheless I must point out that what I shall
    • now tell you must be described absolutely as a hypothesis, just because
    • must allow itself to be connected with the whole apparatus of the earth.
    • It must in fact be considered
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    • First of all I must apologise
    • lectures. Hence I must crave your pardon if many of the names and designations
    • us a very definite — even an interesting task. They must be taken
    • in which it was written, must escape. But even in such a consideration
    • that of course that which has to be said must appear in superhuman size,
    • which spurs on our souls to think of all that is must human, but which
    • of it, has directly the impression — I must beg you to consider
    • spiritual science must assert is recognised to-day by thoughtful investigators
    • it was still — I must not shrink from using the expression directly
    • to this that an unprejudiced consideration must lead us when we consider
    • — Truly we must take the world evolution, development, seriously.
    • more subject to a sort of metamorphosis than they are now. Thus we must
    • civilisation, we must trace human development and animal development
    • powers, spoke out of him. Thus we must take it seriously as if Homer
    • it must first be made ready, them as it were, fully matured, in order
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    • the abyss, and there will be an insistent demand that man must find
    • certainly must enter sensitively into the processes of fading
    • and dying; but he must not, as he does in summer, give himself over
    • to a nature-consciousness. On the contrary, he must then devote
    • dying, he must oppose nature-consciousness with the force of
    • signifies an inner process of combustion, but we must not picture
    • he must learn to make conscious use of the meteoric-force in his
    • blood. He must learn to keep the Michael Festival by making it a
    • understood — we must celebrate that which lives
    • must work on men in the midst of the events of our times. And then we
    • forged. Men must come to see the great significance of the following
    • observation of matter. Now, just as you must transform your vision of
    • Spiritual Science, so must you rise from your former idea of iron to
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    • we must realise that in winter the Earth
    • while for our further studies we must keep firmly in view this winter
    • character of the Earth, we must of course not forget that when winter
    • This is a fact we must keep in the background of our minds. But just
    • have the watery regions (blue). I must of course indicate the jutting
    • skin of an orange. Then I must put in the hydrosphere, this watery
    • realm the effects of enormous dilutions must be reckoned with.
    • warmth (violet). Thus we must add this fourth element, warmth, which
    • quarter and is needed within the Earth, we must add all that falls
    • now I must tell you that what I have
    • whole expression. We must then indicate that Mary is preparing
    • countenance and bearing must give expression to this
    • up still, we must bring in that which
    • all this must be completed, in an upward direction, through
    • Imagination which must in fact come to a man who transposes his
    • must come to expression for inner vision in clear and glorious
    • Sun-forces can find entry, and the innocent Jesus-child, who must be
    • Jesus-child in Mary's arm must appear as though emerging from the
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    • must realise clearly how it is that in
    • surely by now the Ahrimanic beings must have become clever enough to
    • Spring. That is how we must picture Him: standing on the earthly,
    • ritual embracing things which must be cherished and preserved
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    • time of Michaelmas — means for Nature, must experience in
    • himself this dying away; but with his own self he must not take part
    • in it. He must raise himself above it. In place precisely of a
    • Nature-consciousness, a strengthening of his self-consciousness must
    • the St. John's time, at midsummer, we must turn to the objective
    • it as a whole, we must picture this crystallising process as an
    • described must come in: the elemental spirits of the Earth must soar
    • course you must not take all this in a
    • crude sense; you must think of the silver and gold as diluted beyond
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • course, you must picture all this as an
    • up for people to witness, it must be at St. John's time. At Easter we
    • must imagine how all that I have
    • pictorial and plastic art. But what is experienced in this way must
    • revealed in the form-giving beauty of the light above, must be
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    • of man in the world, we must seek it through the working together of
    • knows Goethe one must say that it is real to him only through his
    • St. John's Day, Imagination of Uriel. You must really picture to
    • stream again into man. In order to understand this, we must see how
    • As I told you, we must picture him with grave, judicial eyes, for
    • however, is not at rest, but in majestic movement. This must be so,
    • hemisphere, and Uriel is there in the heights. We must picture
    • for his activity works into the forces of nature — we must
    • of the year, so must we do with Raphael, who pours his forces into
    • We must
    • now there must really
    • inwardness of the breathing system — you must have been led to
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    • concepts and thoughts must be summoned to his aid if he desires
    • they contributed only what must be placed in the rising scale
    • in order to understand these things correctly we must be able
    • lower animal forms but must have a spiritual origin. He is led
    • understanding of Darwinism and of Christianity and must have
    • past and gone, and the time has come when men must
    • understand Christ, must have real knowledge of
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    • of necessity to read something that mankind must come to know.
    • consciousness has been mustered, one realises: all this
    • written into the Cosmos something that one must read in order
    • words seem facile, but one must for a moment actually be
    • way. Forgive me if I here interpose a personal remark. I must
    • as it has now become — we must feel ourselves as those in
    • the duty to the preparation that must be made in our time. This
    • must confront them with the truth, this personal reference is
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    • reached a point where we must speak about Christ's earthly
    • understand Christianity we must apply to the Christ Being
    • to the Christ Being, we must conceive the event described as
    • successive stages and conditions of human life must be
    • enable the Archangeloi to lead the people aright, there must be
    • remained in the body. The soul must be raised out of the body.
    • describing. The soul must leave the earth and rise up into the
    • people has accomplished for the earth must be preserved in the
    • this people must be led out beyond it. In order that the
    • an Initiate of the fifth degree in the ancient Mysteries must
    • experiences, so too, he who was to become a Sun-Hero must pass
    • the old Initiates must rise during their Initiation, the Christ
    • must be put aside, and I am obliged at this point to make an
    • before I speak of this suffering, I must call your attention to
    • another matter. It must be remembered that at the Baptism
    • also contained in this book. All healthy feeling must
    • These are things of which we must be mindful if we would
    • sense in which it must be understood in times to come. Men of
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    • eternal laws of existence must be established through the mouth
    • certainty, I must relate the scene. In the twenty-fourth year
    • must have remarked something of this infinite love
    • welling up within him; a deep impression must have been made
    • enter the city. If an Essene came to a painted gate he must
    • entered the Order must give to it all his worldly possessions.
    • From among men living in this world a new soul must arise, one
    • of these experiences, one of these inner impressions must
    • must be told ... it happened one day that while Jesus of
    • pictures on their gates must have something to do with the
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    • Ahriman must flee from their gates; but thereby the Essenes
    • in these old kingdoms. But thou must sever thyself from the
    • Lucifer is, knew how souls on earth must act if they desire to
    • man must find on earth if he is to stand firm against Lucifer
    • there are men who must perforce makes stones into bread, who
    • that men on the earth below must nourish themselves by means of
    • must inevitably drive men into egoism and lead them into the
    • knew that the ancient supplications and prayers must be
    • re-cast, made new; He knew that now man must seek the
    • Name” as the words must run for men of the new era. And
    • disciples. I must confess that I was astonished in the highest
    • must find which one He really is. — Only the disciples
    • a result of the most terrible of all deeds, Christ must
    • then Christ must come perforce under the dominion of the Lord
    • much prefer not to speak about these matters, but they must be
    • that it is treated reverently in the groups. This we must ask,
    • of Truth must abide in us and the Spirit must stand before us
    • The Spirit exists, we must experience the Spirit, commune with
    • must come at last when such inwardly untruthful teachings about
    • accepted as profound wisdom. This is the picture we must have
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    • spiritual world we know that we can help and how we must help at a
    • virtue which we must consider, if we speak about morality from a
    • already at rest. If we do anything with our hands, we must use part
    • bravery, we can use for it only a part of certain forces. We must use
    • Where children are to be educated, these virtues must be regarded in
    • our time we must work ever more consciously to remove through
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    • observer of earlier philosophical trends must conclude that,
    • great. It means that we must look upon thinking as something
    • which must retire in wisdom and modesty when we are
    • — that what I have just been discussing must always
    • must do, he adopts a positive attitude to science. They demand
    • the scientific view of life points beyond itself. It must take
    • theoretically at freedom, the scientific attitude must be
    • Yet the attempt must be made, because more and more people in
    • must be something abnormal about the man who is aware of his
    • order to understand what was really happening here, we must
    • him over-sensitive towards the robust external world. He must
    • ways of knowledge must be different. We shall be speaking of
    • Today's way of knowledge must be entirely different. We have
    • via breathing. We must therefore try to achieve a
    • whatever the goal and purpose, the muscle must develop. We can
    • reality must take in hand, if I may use this somewhat coarse
    • end, so that you must direct attention over and over again to
    • experiences of suffering and pain. We must pass through and
    • objection that the external mode of knowledge must first
    • immortality. But consideration of this must be reserved for
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    • only, but one he must carry for a time through life, so that by this
    • or spiritual life, and must accordingly ask: Is this spiritual
    • — believe that we must regard the mental as the really
    • must regard the physical as the really empowering element, and
    • psychology, with its emulation of natural science, we must
    • From all this the impartial observer today must draw a
    • must be apparent to the impartial observer today, I speak to
    • There must be developed other powers, which to ordinary
    • people today. I would call it intellectual modesty. There must
    • sound psychology all must be condemned. Opponents today,
    • but simply fantasy-mongers. This is something we must certainly
    • to increase our strength of soul; it must also, and more
    • them from consciousness again. However, one must develop this
    • meditation, so now we must dispel these concepts, and all other
    • there must be able to enter, from our will, what one might call
    • depressed and dimmed. The opposite of this is what must happen:
    • next step must now be to strengthen still further by
    • longings of the soul, we must follow it back. And when we do
    • what we must regard as constructive forces in face of the many
    • must realize that he has to speak, think and will in
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    • must realize that in its depths there operate all kinds of
    • which the organism expresses itself. In the same way, we must
    • symptomatology. We must learn to interpret surface features
    • modern man leads us to see that we must develop these cognitive
    • memories, they must always be combined with our physical being,
    • before: each must be drawn direct from experience.
    • that has just been given: what is always being forgotten must
    • Indeed, it is not just that we must always struggle afresh to
    • spiritual world, he must be spiritually quick-witted, if I may
    • so put it; he must realize that the revelations of the
    • moment. They must therefore be caught by “presence of
    • to think through science. We must always remember that we
    • a preparation. We must then wait until the spiritual world
    • step we take in the observation of the spiritual world we must
    • revelation is something we must wait for. And anyone who has
    • spiritual world which we and our time must aspire to.
    • we must turn to human thinking.
    • short, we must create from the science of today an artistic
    • must, we are to arrive at clear-cut concepts. By starting from
    • life, the soul must first take on that temper of piety, that
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    • about what must remain mysteriously hidden. We may
    • Yet track them we must, if we wish to observe nature's workings
    • earth, and exerted its influence over other regions, it must be
    • reality, becoming reality only when it is touched by what must
    • sense he must admit that in what extends in space and time he
    • of the soul, as it appears in ordinary consciousness, must say:
    • science must hold about these matters today. But on the other
    • if we do return to something like it, we must do so with
    • physical, external world must not occur a second time in the
    • world's development. Man must never again escape into spiritual
    • hear again and again and must recognize as having characterized
    • “ideology” points to something that must inevitably
    • constructive ones, we must understand the significance of
    • reality for us, must still be applied to it in the first
    • the impulse to do so must come from us. The same is true of
    • we must awaken this “ideology,” which we experience
    • must emerge for man a new form of the spiritual world. And when
    • development, must conclude: it was necessary for man to reach a
    • meaning. At the same time, it must be able to perceive that
    • suffering, man must be redeemed from life. Out of the life of
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    • that leads from man to knowledge of the world, we must
    • the sense in which we must in fact be men, if we did not
    • self-contained individuals. We must not invade this other
    • at the very moment when we develop love, our essence must
    • man must be a creature of love by virtue of his task on earth,
    • to his knowledge of the outside world, and must not
    • consequences. It shows, for example, that we must go
    • is to be taken seriously today must not lose itself in nebulous
    • depths of his soul something that must demonstrate the eternal
    • self. It must be possible for outside stimuli to be
    • reflected. Our organism, our human essence must behave
    • Man must be so constituted that he retains the experiences that
    • we have absorbed from outside. Here again, we must look
    • senses, the intellect and the logical faculty) must call a halt
    • is this? It is because at this point there must come into
    • cognition, man must pour out his own self as being into
    • We must be mentally, physically and spiritually healthy in this
    • knowledge of self! We must learn to reach a true knowledge of
    • recall how selfless (in a material sense) the human eye must be
    • dim. Our entire human nature must come to be like this, on the
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    • right; in a sense, it must always be mistaken as well.
    • must say this in advance, in order to show that it is only by
    • he is not simply a separate being, but that he must move among
    • right down to cartels and trusts — we must
    • relation to something that is not only alive, but must also
    • another point. We must clearly understand that the function
    • different shapes. We must move forward to an education which
    • as we must if we trace the development over the last three or
    • through the animation of our spiritual life, we must restore
    • must therefore create educational methods by which we can
    • geniuses ourselves, we must place no obstacle in the way of the
    • on declaiming that the child's individuality must be developed,
    • must set aside, we set it aside. The individual will know how
    • things thus confront modern man. On the one hand, he must now
    • appreciate this, you must take into account the fact that his
    • of modern times, must pay for in the sense that our purely
    • to show that there must be such a thing as moral intuition. And,
    • must also understand that the earth is incapable of withholding
    • here. Yet, equally, it must be said: for the moment, what can
    • must gain an understanding of society as soon as possible, in
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    • nineteenth century onwards) must also be followed by a profound
    • we must also remember that, however social structures may
    • beings who must reach an understanding as men if they wish to
    • Europe. From this, however, we must suppose that the variations
    • civilization must be seen today against a world
    • divine and spiritual powers must prevail in everything on
    • understand social configurations, we must discuss the spiritual
    • this point, however, we become aware of something that must
    • Perceiving this, we must also consider how the various cultural
    • times, we must also realize that, because other branches of
    • everything must be connected with everything else — the
    • this is the time when mankind must regain, at a higher level,
    • however, we must be able to consider them independently.
    • We must look at the spiritual side of social structures,
    • initially the only effective one; must look at their legal
    • must look at their economic side, for which a spiritual aspect
    • must also be sought.
    • structures, we must enter with real understanding upon the
    • but must rather say that among the evolutionary impulses that
    • must survive into the future are included reflections about
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    • bogged down in mere hopelessness; we must rather be on the
    • modern consciousness, we must conclude that there is present as
    • discover what led Plato to this concept of community, we must
    • idea, one thing must be added, if the social situation
    • must be regarded as proving the rule. We can therefore say: in
    • not what really matters. In the same way, I must point out that
    • the soul must be linked with that of the body. Anyone wishing
    • to teach and educate must first of all know the effect of this
    • human organism, the human body; he must know how the exercise
    • ailments. The teacher, I concluded, must certainly understand
    • leaders at that time told themselves: I must attempt to cure
    • man by leading him to true spirituality. To do this, I must
    • groupings that are not given us by nature, but must be derived
    • have attained this sense of self. But this in turn must also
    • must each have our profession. If we find the right bridge
    • perhaps. There must come a time, once more, when every detail
    • must consider that Europe is still engaged in its battle for
    • is from a standpoint such as this that we must consider whether
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    • at this point it must even be admitted that, when it does
    • leader in the social sphere must first and foremost establish
    • hearts. To do this, we must have something to say about
    • the society we must hope for if the forces of advancement, and
    • teacher must at least have freedom to teach as he wished, the
    • sense, but in a general human sense — must spread among
    • foremost — and this is where we must begin — is
    • We must also admit that, when we examine the social chaos of
    • interests. For that very reason it is obvious that we must
    • base on this experience an approach to society, we must look
    • culture was at its height, something that must still be of
    • in the last analysis we must recognize, in the medium of
    • must ignore these spectres that we call instinctive
    • We must leave behind the spectres within us, represented by all
    • I certainly believe that social influence of this kind must be
    • — and they must be won over — to establish
    • nature of the masses of humanity, there must exist today a
    • perceived that a modern human being must be taken hold of in
    • must examine his will and see how it developed in his
    • must in fact reach an understanding with America, if a
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    • influence human life as a whole must surely hearken to it
    • time, therefore, I believe we must reckon with the democratic
    • develop their powers from within themselves, they must also be
    • materialism completely, he must direct his attention to just
    • these forces of decomposition in the human organism. He must
    • and decline, that it must always be in process of
    • transformation, and that forces of decline must always operate
    • must consider. And so we are led to the distinct branches that
    • must spring from man's innermost productive power. And we
    • do not mean to suggest that today we must still attach any
    • their souls, anything about law, and that therefore law must be
    • studied historically. You must look, they said, at man's
    • present; the elemental forces that live in man must revolt
    • form must be given a content; the economic element must
    • fruitful in the social order must spring from the individual
    • however, the associations must be so constituted as to contain
    • the same time, however — and this must be emphasized over
    • ideal state, humanity must be divided into the producer class,
    • the scholar class and the warrior class — must be
    • especially that we must look for what I have been calling
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    • this observation. It must be emphasised ever again and again, that what
    • must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often spoken
    • own blood-and nerve activity. But during our earth-life we must be withheld
    • of life. Attention must frequently be drawn to these things in our day.
    • to a certain point and must then return, so mere physical enjoyment
    • must recede when it has reached a certain point. It will then come to
    • The Modern clairvoyance, which must develop more and more towards the
    • Modern clairvoyance must
    • other which can seize the body from without, must both leave the body
    • if modern clairvoyance is to arise, neither must enter any further into
    • 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
    • of blood and nerve. A release from blood and nerve activity must be
    • are members of our souls, so man must become, as it were, a thought,
    • — I do not say willed, but that must be willed —
    • that just because a certain stress must be worked out within such societies,
    • we must fight. We can frequently only fight them when we have really
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    • spheres which open to this observation. It must be emphasized again
    • must surmount do not disclose themselves through a revival of old
    • which must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often
    • of our own blood and nerve activity must be withheld from us,
    • gratification, and this must not happen to man. I cannot develop
    • life. Attention must frequently be drawn to these things in our
    • must then return, so mere physical enjoyment must recede when it
    • times. The modern clairvoyance, which must develop more and more
    • Modern clairvoyance must develop as a
    • can seize the body from without, must be detached from the body if
    • modern clairvoyance is to arise. Neither must enter into any
    • be enjoyed neither from within nor from without; but each must
    • self-enjoyment and such self-love. A connection with the body must
    • must remain united with the body which belongs to him during his
    • nerve activity must be attained.
    • thoughts are members of our souls, so man must become, as it were,
    • must be willed — within this
    • because a certain stress must be worked out within such societies,
    • matters we must fight. We can frequently only fight them when we
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    • Western philosophy, one must point to the apex of his
    • world-conception one must always say: A cum who lives at a
    • views:« only those who come later can see these. One must
    • Spiritual things, that must not be grasped as a sum of
    • absolute dogmas. We must be quite clear that those who come
    • standpoint, one must sharply look to this. — that he
    • there which is not there in our present age. One must also have
    • matters. To-day one must know something which neither Augustine
    • Man.” To-day we must admit: The belief that one can come
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must hear in mind that the
    • Buddha, that suffering must be overcome, A means must be found
    • Sun-life. Only we must consider this Sun-life Spiritually, as
    • earth. You must receive this consciousness from the giver, the
    • and that is the extraordinary thing. That is just what we must
    • to a real true life. Therefore he said, “We must turn to
    • World-views individually in the abstract, but one must regard
    • applying to the whole evolution of man, as it must if one will
    • is important if one must judge life, not to remain in the
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    • affairs in the present, there the Theosophists must be, that he
    • must have a clear heart and clear thinking, that he must not
    • lose himself in some cloudy utopia, but rather must stand
    • with all that must prepare itself in the present for a salutary
    • concerned about, and that all speculation and reforming must
    • must know the laws of becoming, may not have gray theories,
    • must know the laws of the becoming of humanity. We cannot find
    • that speak of how many people have what one must have as
    • We must study and understand why the souls of the great masses
    • doing that must pass beyond all knowing. No knowing occupies
    • is like the person I will be sometime. This life must be
    • developing soul. One must study the course of time this way.
    • must find the spirit in the present, the inwardness, in the
    • consider only our individual deeds. Every deed must stand under
    • by people. If we picture this to ourselves we must say:
    • This shows us what it is all about: that one must learn the
    • of science, rather it can only be an intuition of what we must
    • you must first pour humanity into these conditions, so that
    • the deepest soul-inwardness must first stream out of our
    • realization that it must be done. People perform it because
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    • the festive mood. We must leave this for another time, and we
    • for our souls, but it must realise for them a cultural thought.
    • although we must speak with the inaccuracy inevitable in
    • must be connected with the highest and best of which
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • through spiritual science into humanity. We must therefore make
    • a start with new artistic forms which must be the natural fruit
    • three years ago, must understand it by a living understanding
    • of our spiritual scientific conception of the world, must
    • forms which must arise and yet in very many ways be completely
    • must remember, such a man naturally calls the nearest spirit he
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    • without any reference to a higher something, which must also exist
    • work differently, and which in spite of being a study which must
    • who has succeeded must admit that he has gained food for spiritual
    • points of view. The resultant pictures must also of course be
    • not to leave any doubt as to his meaning he adds: ‘It must
    • understanding which we must call a modern understanding. He
    • We must put ourselves into Goethe's soul in this way and
    • which we must go if we want to look into his deepest secrets of
    • about and I must bury them.’ Wherefore he takes them
    • me, you must find the Giant.’
    • the three missing fruits. She must therefore put her hand into the
    • answers that he must develop his inner, divine states, strive to
    • sense? He must guide his nature down so that it proves true in
    • each soul-power must work.
    • each soul-power must work together with the others, in order to
    • must make it more and more possible to attain this Initiation, to
    • Schiller had some difficulty in understanding Goethe, we must
    • The meaning is that man must acquire such truths that when
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    • be said here must be taken in no other sense than the following. We
    • these laws of its growth, one must also say to oneself that it does
    • explanations which I shall give you. For it is as true that we must
    • must be valid for all. On the other side — but only in a
    • state to his present position, and that we must come to a deeper
    • think they must put forward the purely scientific point of view
    • consider psychic phenomena and the soul-life, we must not confine
    • ourselves only to intellectualism, we must regard man not merely in
    • what concerns the power of conception, we must also consider the
    • soul must function if man is to unravel the riddles of the world.
    • Now we must not be one-sided and unjust. It is quite correct,
    • Eleusinian mysteries. Hence man must reach the point of purifying his
    • the personality) must take pains to be stirred only by what lies in
    • that man must overcome certain things if he wishes to receive these
    • error.’ Man must first be free, he must reach the point of
    • lack something which must be present when it comes to the real
    • man must set about being able to re-unite with the Beautiful Lily.
    • the spirit must use the way provided by the Snake; and whoever wishes
    • things, but must lead over beyond the boundary; beyond the
    • further-developed man this secret must be unlocked. In this he
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    • There must be a path to the sources of existence!’ and he
    • method must have produced a deep impression on all those who strove
    • theosophical books must have had a similar effect on Goethe
    • thinker on the same lines. Indeed at that time these things must
    • we must not forget that Goethe from his deep striving for knowledge
    • had developed an intuitive mind. He must have been greatly pleased
    • These mysterious signs and words must have made a great
    • There he met people who must have interested him in one way
    • At the same time we must think of Goethe as a man possessed
    • describes that into which Faust must go as a ‘nothing,’
    • This is a way which we must designate as an esoteric one.
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    • is rich in word-construction in this poem, and that we must not
    • This must be the music from the worlds of the spiritual
    • a poem only if they can say ‘Such things must be taken as the
    • must bathe in the dawn which precedes it. Hence the words of the
    • it must be from this world. Faust alone, who has bathed the earthly
    • must descend into this kingdom in order to bring to pass what has
    • cannot hold her. He must penetrate further into the spiritual
    • must go through those mighty events which take place behind
    • can behold what he wants to behold. Helena must be brought back
    • again into the physical world, she must be reincarnated into a new
    • spiritual world the whole thing breaks down. He must go deeper. We
    • there must be an intermediate part, and this in terms of
    • — but in such a way that it must be thought of as quite
    • removed into the spiritual world. You must follow all the events in
    • ‘Since I exist, then I must active be.’
    • live in continuous activity. He must be taken away to those
    • ‘On the broad ocean's breast must thou begin!’
    • that is, in the mineral realm; then you must go through the
    • can at first be only like a seed in the world. It must pour itself
    • We must of course remember that, since he is a poet, Goethe
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    • thinking man must be inclined to ask: ‘How has the present
    • on the evolution of what is within man; we must consider how
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    • must remember that the present-day conception of things that we
    • forth out of these Imaginations, learned to say: I must be a
    • you must understand, this condition would have been unbearable
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    • it is to such a humanity that we must return, when we go back
    • still retained also that inward feeling that one must learn to
    • changed form, as must of necessity be the case after so long a
    • felt that to know himself, man must behold and recognise his
    • world, and began to prepare itself for an Earth life that must
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • the times when all these things were taking place, we must look
    • friends who are here in Dornach. I must now repeat some of what
    • Very well then, we must remain in the illusion. That means,
    • however: we must lose the very ground from under our feet. For
    • — we must live — in error, in untruth. For a man to
    • must describe what happened in the picture-language that can
    • Cosmos, then he must become in his whole being a sense-organ,
    • of Gilgamesh, you must remember how he led his life in the
    • Gilgamesh to you, you must think of him — as long as he
    • we must turn our thoughts to a time when on the one hand the
    • must picture to ourselves what a man of such a time would
    • no, to describe them worthily we must include with the prosaic
    • must not imagine this to mean that when one travels to Asia one
    • must leave the Cold-Moist element and throw myself into the
    • Fire — I must undertake a journey to India. That was a
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • overcome. You have had to leave it behind. You must look back
    • must know that even in the so-called Akashic Records, it is by
    • you must remember, my dear friends, that the individuality who
    • of this event, let us call to mind the following. We must
    • you must imagine how the knowledge that belonged to the ancient
    • now you must bring all this that was alive in the soul of
    • Greece, neither can we look back to the East. There we must
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    • memory of past ages in the Cosmos, we must speak of a
    • and we must return to it here. Over in
    • must place this picture in all clearness before us, the picture
    • human level. If man would keep on the human level, he must open
    • you must know that great spiritual forces were at work in
    • the year that has intervened. But in this memory must live the
    • deeply enough in our hearts what we have lost and what we must
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    • we must recognise how the various impulses that are to be found
    • remain at the words, we must enter into that which is behind
    • substance must submit itself to the whole macrocosm. But the
    • What is it that really takes place? You must look carefully at
    • came to an end about the 15th century. We must win it back. We
    • must find our way again into the intimate connections of Nature
    • in their historical aspect and connections. It must, however,
    • condition of warmth must never be allowed to penetrate the
    • as a stimulus, you yourself must create and produce the warmth
    • them, then it must no longer simply spread in this way; then
    • the reaction must come, the inner warmth must be created from
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    • and men, must in this epoch of human freedom be played out
    • example, to the Holy Graal, must know how to tread spiritual
    • spiritual paths that he must tread.
    • that time. To find the Rosicrucian master the pupil must first
    • of your physical body, it must dissolve it in to dust. Your
    • intimation would be given to them: You must seek out a place
    • Gods. That was a time when men were still unfree and must needs
    • words: We are at the eve of a New Year, we must go forward to
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    • that must through all eternity be cultivated as the truth.
    • result of which must be the striving for a new
    • that must be working in what is now to go out from Dornach must
    • the earthly world, the impulses for it must be brought from the
    • to take with us from the Meeting for our further activity must
    • legitimate entry into the spiritual world must include the
    • allowed to enter the spiritual world. You must go back! —
    • Dornach there must be a place where for those human beings who
    • the spiritual world can be described. Here there must be a
    • the spiritual world must be spoken of openly. Men must be able
    • Dornach men must be able to hear of actual experiences, actual
    • forces, actual Beings of the spiritual world. Here there must
    • must not draw back when confronted by the shallowness of the
    • In Dornach the strength must be acquired to confront and
    • There must be no dialectical tirades from here on the subject
    • senses. Hence you must remain with them in the world of the
    • These things must be said, not in order to be the subject of
    • the practice of medicine people must be shown that ours are the
    • must have the courage to realise that such procedure is
    • dishonest and must be abandoned. Anthroposophy will then find
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    • to build it up, must, before all else, have gone through
    • must be satisfied with concepts of belief.
    • doing so it must, of course, vindicate an entirely
    • about the dream, one must first wake up.
    • question must of necessity arises Is it perhaps possible,
    • standpoint of waking life, then he must strive to gain a
    • course; but we must start from a definite point of view. So we
    • content whatsoever — only their content must be easily
    • an aliveness which one must first come to know before an
    • of the soul-life, and from this depth we must then draw up the
    • flow of forces, surging and weaving. Now we must try with the
    • describe for you must be done in the same way that the
    • of the kind. The exercises must be performed in the soul
    • completely engrossed if we want to dwell on them. But we must
    • we must acquire the faculty to extinguish in our consciousness
    • might call the inner silence of the soul — for we must
    • the way indicated; the other is that he must cultivate a
    • we must first become accustomed, a language utterly different
    • to be rightly understood. We must understand that for the
    • something comes to us from the spiritual world which we must
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    • nature of sleep; we must remember that it is just in the sleeping
    • inner being. We must be quite clear that what is described as the
    • of his Ego and Astral body. But we must quite clearly realise that
    • life he stands in intimate connection with what we must designate
    • must sink and vanish like dreams. At the end of the earth our
    • they must again be won on those paths indicated by Spiritual
    • There must come the concept of Truth of Anthroposophy; a concept
    • evolution of the idea of Truth, one must in general, in all its
    • Nation itself as something special, is an anachronism, he must
    • and modern humanity must rise above them through that development
    • which I have indicated. We must see how concretely human beings
    • if we are unprejudiced in trying to grasp reality, we must
    • Ordering of Nature. We must press forward again to a Spiritual
    • world, and a bridge must be found between Idealism and Realism.
    • concrete impulses working in the world. We must look certain facts
    • thinking of his people, and with a certain justice one must
    • Now one must bear in mind that this sentence was
    • greatest happiness of the greatest number, evil must then consist
    • evolution itself. The French nature must so develop that
    • Idealism, Mysticism and Positivism must develop side by side.
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    • spiritual world, we must modify in many respects those ideas
    • acquired in the physical world. We must have different ideas
    • must accustom ourselves to have not merely a positive feeling
    • a process of growth, but we must rise to a feeling for the
    • must turn our gaze with more precision to what we experience
    • outside this figure; in waking life, however, we must picture
    • soul must work upon the physical. In the physical to begin
    • if you wish to have ideas you must destroy something in
    • to perceive the being truly, we must first destroy something
    • as an idea, as a perception. Thus you must first create in
    • must in a sense learn to value the winter, because were it
    • physical body as instrument, we must observe how in autumn
    • must say: EX DEO NASCIMUR, Out of the Divine we are born. Man
    • physical world, we must dive down into what is dying, But
    • perception of the waking Earth-spirit. But we must think of
    • beings, processes of destruction must take place. The spirits
    • spirits must dive down, They can emerge only when the budding
    • hear that to become spiritual the trees must first decay,
    • its spiritual appearance. There must everywhere first be
    • spiritual science must mean both familiarizing ourselves with
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    • knowledge, because we must always employ the instrument of
    • lead man into the spiritual world. We must be clear about
    • this, we must put first, and take in the deepest sense, what
    • into three worlds. And we must not lose sight of the fact
    • belongs to the head, we must, even if we are merely speaking
    • etheric body, must be drawn out. This withdrawal is of course
    • which must appear ever more and more in present humanity. The
    • takes place in man himself must naturally also be an object
    • sense of the word. It naturally has a value. But one must
    • relatively the most important. Hence I must ever speak of its
    • what I must call a universal scientific character; it will
    • yourselves that forces must be drawn together from out the
    • matter for slow, selfless development. It must be especially
    • indispensable to this development. It must be emphasised
    • spiritual science. One must of course be clairvoyant to
    • clairvoyant. UNDERSTANDING of spiritual science must
    • must be reversed in the ascent to the spiritual world. There,
    • we must first develop ideas — we must make every effort
    • Hence knowledge must precede vision, and this is what is so
    • is what we must keep in mind. I have already said: that for
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    • so, we must really wonder that evil is possible, or that it
    • words: “Thou must find the mean,” so that through
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • must hold the balance between two extremes. One extreme is
    • knowledge comes something which in a radical manner must be
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • gift of the gods, but after which man must strive. According
    • this sense Anthroposophy must be sacred to us; we must be
    • Anthroposophy be transformed? We must here touch upon a point
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • cannot say that it happens in every case, but one must assert
    • faith.” Anthroposophists must not consider it moral
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • true, and correct. To this end a radical change must
    • said must be a principle, a lofty anthroposophical ideal. The
    • all directions, for this ideal must be what the virtue of the
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • into “true love.” But this true love must be
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    • influence that spiritual science must exert on individual,
    • possible effect on our lives. This, however, must be attributed
    • must take into account from the very first the marked
    • he entered in 1765 at a relatively early age. We must not
    • tormented and exhausted by those strenuous exercises that must
    • death. Such things must be taken fully into account by one who
    • must realize how much passed through his soul as he actually
    • feelings he met this personality, we must recall that, when he
    • this peculiar polarity of souls must have worked between Herder
    • must not be imagined that, in Strassburg, Goethe simply trifled
    • world of ideals, must be deficient in practical life. He was
    • estimating such things, we must not overlook the fact that
    • escape. We must not forget that he then, for the first time,
    • world at large; you must remember that he had never before seen
    • any other large city except Frankfurt. We must also not forget
    • theater of world history. This must be included in his life and
    • facts as bear upon the life of Goethe, it must also be remarked
    • that leads to and must come to birth in the future evolution of
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    • and we must follow many threads that link a man to the past and
    • hoc); that is, because one thing follows another, it must,
    • that follows another in time must derive from it as the effect
    • one thing follows something else in time, it must proceed from
    • Most certainly, this trait must have come from an original
    • view, we must assume that nothing of all that they produced
    • and the world in such a way that this relationship must be
    • natural scientist who knows that what follows must not be
    • must, but obviously would, have led to a permanent life union.
    • Friederike Brion, but one must accept this from the viewpoint
    • before. We must believe this even took place in the same way we
    • reason that they really must astonish us. I scarcely know
    • way, so impresses us that we must sometimes say that we cannot
    • do not have to suppose that the poet must always be as great as
    • his work, anymore than a father must be as great in forces of
    • handed down to us, when he must simply recognize the fact that
    • truly a book with seven seals? We must admit this when we
    • be adduced to show under what deep layers we must penetrate in
    • necessary for an understanding of the world! This wisdom must
    • life? To further understand the life of a man, we must first
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    • science we must proceed so that we encircle the problem, in a
    • we observe a life such as Goethe's, one thing must strike us
    • reality already described. Here it must be stated that,
    • something that must also be added to illumine the full
    • something quite different and must be kept quite distinct. In
    • our life must be due to the rhythmical alternation that occurs
    • that must really be developed during sleep. Well, when you
    • connect with the spinal cord and ganglionic systems, must come
    • truth, but we must simply view them in the right way.
    • must, therefore, remind ourselves that, by reason of all that
    • real life as a whole person than others, and we must say,
    • you must bear in mind that man needs the rhythmic alternation
    • especially active life in the rest of the organism, we must
    • side. The world must be protected, so to speak, from standing
    • The forces with which they dream must first be applied in the
    • must first familiarize themselves with what is a beginning.
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    • interesting. But such is not the case. This must be recognized,
    • earth. They will be so modified that man must, out of his own
    • leading personalities today. But you must bear in mind that
    • in this respect; we must simply recognize this fact. The
    • continues to work in us, so must something happen on earth that
    • is that men must increasingly lose interest, as we can readily
    • lives; in a way, they must surrender like automatons to their
    • else. Man's inner nature must obviously acquire the color of
    • what must happen in addition to this? Their specialization will
    • according to which children must be allowed to become what
    • be said that we must first begin to understand the meaning of
    • what is often belittled as the prosaic part of life, we must
    • who usually talk most stupidly about what must come about. This
    • interrelationships of life least of all. This must gradually
    • must continue to do so. For this reason, the polar opposite of
    • vocational life must become something different from what it
    • certain people must be revived; that is, the opposite pole,
    • omnipresent in a concrete, special sense. People must learn to
    • motion he must move his hand this way, that way, and another
    • competitive relationships with one another. This must not be
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    • into consideration. We must bear in mind that everything that
    • other words, what is called the vocation of an individual must
    • transformed, but the things we must mention here relative to
    • that flows from such muddy sources. We must, therefore,
    • one-sidedness, in the selection of the worst. This must
    • definite official position; we must say that Mephistopheles
    • plays into the life of humanity. This is one thing we must pay
    • it must be replaced by spiritual scientific observation. It is
    • must be drawn to the surface. If, under the influence of a
    • must be a psychologist, they are thus brought to the surface,
    • part of the soul. Nonetheless, the most perverted findings must
    • soul must first investigate the significance of such a ruin in
    • the entire karmic connection, much works upward that must
    • means grow from the manure, in spite of the fact that it must
    • dreams. We must learn, however, to judge the formation of
    • self-correction in man, and we must pay attention to this
    • we must consider what relationship exists between this complex
    • come into consideration here, and to these we must turn our
    • we must also consider the physical body. With it, what comes
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    • involved problems, we must frequently take roundabout paths in
    • accomplished something important. We must understand how he
    • what to say. We must understand clearly that everything has at
    • is permeated by this characteristic; of this we must be
    • diameter of a circle must be multiplied in order to arrive at
    • ancient Egyptian temple priests must have known it up to the
    • and today must be found again.
    • man, the death he suffered in connection with his work, must
    • death and a new birth. The experience must be gone through, but
    • promotion. People who have proven themselves in this way must,
    • accepted. One must be willing and, if one is not, he will
    • to the taste of the age. There must be nothing spiritual in it
    • and, if there is, it must be pointed out quite clearly that the
    • a person must be able to discover all possible hair-splitting
    • he must likewise discover all possible legal casuistries of the
    • presuppositions, we must first acquire a clear perception and
    • points in life that you must consider together, so that life
    • it is quite impossible. But intimations must be given in one
    • which demands clear and unprejudiced minds. There must be truth
    • that we must have a real will to truth. Now, this will to truth
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    • a broader basis, and so I must explain in a more comprehensive
    • must let our souls be touched by what is suitable to place us
    • because the human being must by this time have developed all
    • Science must find the reasons why humans cease at this point to
    • time. It is this that we must carefully consider.
    • we must gain a perspective of the immeasurable importance of
    • relationship to life. Since, however, human beings must become
    • epoch, a knowledge of the corresponding laws must gradually
    • come to light. It must become possible for a person to consider
    • must have understanding.
    • in redemption, must be fully considered if we wish to judge
    • it must be so and that it is in accord with irrevocable world
    • whatever way we please, but that we must really see how the
    • by spiritual powers, which must always be taken into
    • science because people today, as they say, must look at reality
    • for the attainment of certain purposes. Then one must only
    • refers; rather, they must have the sustaining understanding and
    • their course and what the character of the present world must
    • significance of things must be recognized by associating the
    • influence is exerted. People must open their eyes, but these
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    • life. Rather, we must draw from them certain consequences for
    • prepared to do so by an anthroposophical view. Our minds must
    • life. This means that we must learn to compare the nature of
    • included all possible contempt he could muster against the
    • and ashes and knew that they must have come from the burning of
    • here is not sufficient, since I must sacrifice, upon the demand
    • servitude in which I must offer my work in exchange for
    • must take into consideration, however, that what a man produces
    • has to develop it between death and a new birth. We must go
    • we must do this.
    • Up to this period a person must carry with him all the impulses
    • of heredity. What comes later must be referred to another point
    • observe life, it must be known to every psychiatrist that there
    • businessman must have. Once there were two sons who both had
    • thus that they must, in general, be conceived. But the question
    • physical life was similar in these brothers. These things must
    • must, however, confront our souls with the question of how far
    • did I then despair? I must confess that I greedily sucked up
    • is a question we must study: what lives at first in the thought
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    • conception. From our point of view, we must ask what the
    • manner, does he conceive of what must be meant by the term
    • we must understand that, from many points of view, the answer
    • time? must be: The religions are to blame, the religious sects.
    • deeply significant light. But our characterization must become
    • the way to Christ must be found. The paths that are used today
    • along with others we have already mentioned, we must say that,
    • ancient times because in speaking with words we must speak with
    • say, “I am the Word.” This is the Christ. But men must first
    • passed through the portal of death. We must learn, however, to
    • vocational life of a human being today, I must discuss
    • something especially characteristic of our age. We must learn
    • In a sense applicable to our time, we must rise above this by
    • everything men have must be produced by it, but much is brought
    • engine and the conception of Goethe's Faust. But we must
    • you yourselves must first understand the interpretation of this
    • sense that we must be opposed to progress. Indeed, the demon
    • justified. But what must be borne in mind is that since they
    • must appear on the one side in the course of human progress,
    • counter forces must be created on the other to reestablish a
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    • that a basic element in the confession of Christ must be the
    • soul must find the way to Him for himself with those means that
    • Being signifies for the earth, we must first acquaint ourselves
    • argumentation since it is justifiable and must first be
    • to maya, the great illusion, and we must place this
    • really concealed behind this spirit form, we must realize that
    • people must cure themselves of the pride that permeates the
    • into the human mind, we must admit, only with great difficulty.
    • another within this differentiation, which must inevitably be
    • You must see that with the human being something enters into
    • understand fully what I have just expressed, you must not allow
    • As I have said, this concept must be transferred entirely into our
    • few stages as far as to the archai, but he must then be taken
    • spiritual. In a certain sense, he must then take Lucifer as his
    • must now look back once more to the evolution before the
    • and that Christianity must be fought in every way.
    • differentiation. He is a being in whose presence we must say,
    • born here from the womb of maya, so must we draw near to Him by
    • long time on earth. Nevertheless, we must begin again to take
    • means that we must change to a sacramentalism in which man's
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    • he must do so out of wider cosmic connections. The pettiness of
    • Christ-Mystery. This is something that today must become ever
    • clearer to mankind, for the age must begin that is in the
    • of the world, these concepts must be flexible, they should
    • everything is from God, Bolshevism as well must come from
    • being incontestable belong to all that must be most
    • have we to seek? We must seek them in man. We cannot look for
    • great cosmic event that must be understood. Before the
    • Christ-Jesus. It must not be forgotten that on the one hand
    • we must recognise the Christ who belongs to the cosmos beyond
    • cosmic, the spiritual; in Jesus we must wee that through
    • convention — as even today he must be sought against the
    • one side, spiritual science on the other. On no account must
    • that can guide you to the path that must really be sought for
    • (see yellow in diagram). I must make a little addition to the
    • to this picture and its image I must say: The four ladies are
    • that must be put in place of what is chaos, what has reached
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    • for the understanding of man's being as it must be grasped
    • must bestir ourselves to get a clearer understanding of man's
    • significant conceptions that must be gained concerning the
    • and for this reason we must call them ahrimanic. Survivals of
    • humanly — it is rather different. There we must look upon
    • take an impression but must proceed differently. Think away
    • We must meet
    • inside. Imagine it must also have an outside. So I will call
    • are the interesting features of what must work across the
    • with one loop reversed, turned inside out; I must draw those
    • here I must draw here the breast man with the leminscates
    • We must think of the senses in
    • consciousness but it must be brought back in spite of the
    • resistance put up against this; it must be reinstated in the
    • consciousness; we must turn to the objective thoughts of the
    • We must put
    • uncertain. And we should be quite clear about it. We must
    • should be the will of the Anthroposophical Movement. We must
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    • life must receive enlightenment when we can really get down
    • can describe this in the same way — only then you must
    • different currents must be separated. It can be said: in here
    • must, however, have the possibility of imagining the world to
    • deepening of our comprehension of the Christ-Being they must
    • when seeing themselves. We must find the elements once more
    • must have the will to go right into life with all seriousness
    • old. The time has come when men must bear the shock of seeing
    • themselves, and when the thought must rise up in those
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    • undertaking, must each time pay good heed to the
    • that spiritual science must come in and rectify errors; and
    • facts, such as these, one must look, that is, to
    • however, one must observe life itself. And one will then
    • support a thing with figures, then his conclusions must be
    • must die too! Statistics are meant for something quite
    • souls; — though then, indeed, one must go on to examine
    • barbarism, then one must actively will the thing
    • strictly speaking, something that must not rise
    • above a certain level, and mustn't sink
    • connection in which one must consider them; for, what goes to
    • consequently; and this consequential thinking must be carried
    • unnecessary work. And that is the point. One must learn to
    • another, it should be obvious that one must not directly
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • other crises; and yet again it must be examined — not
    • clearly aware, that statements such as I made to-day must be
    • atmosphere was created,” one must look exactly at what this
    • what the money stands for, — one must point out
    • — or must be supplemented by something else which will
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    • till now. In discussing a subject of this kind, I must really
    • — spiritual, political, economical, — one must
    • ones to be settled; but that these also must be settled on
    • economic life. In other words: a definite article must be
    • economic combinations; and this must be the standard
    • finds no difficulty. I must confess that, so far, I have met
    • Germany during the war; It must be left to the people above,
    • at headquarters; they must know all about it! — And so,
    • Question. [ Note 1 ] You must not
    • Social Question is, that it must be compared with a real
    • is the first thing we have to achieve. We must decide to
    • not so easy to settle public affairs. I must say that for me
    • must be based, not in substance, but as regards the way of
    • You must
    • people! There must be a clean sweep of everything to do with
    • these horrible old parties; something quite new must come to
    • many of you must be asking himself, why there should be this
    • power of the spirit, after all, which must create social
    • facts. But then, this inner power of the spirit must
    • must be set in its place; — that there is no other
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    • There must be some reason why humanity finds it so difficult to
    • scientifically. It also tells itself that there must be
    • scientist of spirit first must give an idea as to how he
    • And this is what I must deal with first — the path that
    • development. We ourselves must take the soul in hand, and
    • knowledge in the natural sphere. We must, of course, be quite
    • which was not even noticeable. Precisely the opposite must be
    • for spiritual investigation. Nothing must enter our soul unless
    • There is a further point I would like to mention. Not only must
    • false mysticism, it must also be removed from everything that
    • with our full consciousness, must be our example and pattern.
    • must be emphasized that whoever believes it is possible to
    • spirit must emphasize that consciousness must be present
    • are quite different from those we must use when ordinary
    • real mysteries of his nature, we must apply the idea of
    • only in sleep. All the time we are awake the head must suffer
    • intuition — this is the kind of truth that must be seen
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    • over the whole earth demand judgment from us. We must know what
    • must say that I find Woodrow Wilson as a thinker and scientist
    • that could hardly be bettered. I must say that some of the
    • is shocking that one must say such things, but the present time
    • must learn to grasp things as they really are. Taking care to
    • consciousness. And here I must come back to something that I
    • pictures, in imaginations, must be called forth from the depths
    • of historical evolution. These imaginations must then
    • by many geologists is called the flood. We must think of this
    • public a finding of the science of spirit. One must approach
    • must now be achieved again by humanity, only consciously. We
    • origin. This is important, and I must single it out as a
    • dreamed as history. This is something that humanity must grasp,
    • must know what is stirring in humanity from east to west, what
    • is coming out in the events of today. We must be equal to this
    • reality that is hammering so dreadfully upon our doors. We must
    • History must generate enthusiasm for the true, real and
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    • our soul life that in addition to our thinking we must also
    • naturally has quite a different significance, must be applied
    • omit this aspect. But now I must add that the way the science
    • here it must be said that this development of the will involves
    • something must be extracted from it. Of the normal activity of
    • within it, because there must be motivation that stems from our
    • order to describe this I must refer to our experience in
    • This we must do. For in experiencing this pain and suffering we
    • We must in no way imagine that this world is a mere repetition
    • experienced, I must say the following: Assume that as
    • completely understands when such people must believe for
    • so we must admit that, from one viewpoint at least, what Du
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    • But Anthroposophy must take more seriously than do many who
    • of nature so confidently, must at once lose its confidence when
    • clearly how an unprejudiced mind must regard such ways of
    • danger which must be overcome if the eternal in man and in the
    • of nature, and it must recognize on the other hand how some
    • anthroposophist must do, has to recognize in these other paths
    • the life of his soul. If we are to reach further, we must call
    • must be able to say to ourselves: In early childhood we
    • we must be able to say to ourselves: Within our souls may sleep
    • development of the soul's capacities in principle, and must
    • introductory lecture it must be sufficient to point out
    • First, we must observe how we really stand toward thought in
    • One who practices meditation and concentration must
    • logical thought alone; one must have developed what I
    • one has concentrated. This must be dismissed with exactly the
    • in a life picture, as I have described. One must be entirely
    • not considered. But methodical research must have a firm
    • thought and the last impression, it must be said by real
    • Paradoxical as it sounds, it must be said: Between the thought,
    • toward the morning. Everything must be taken atomistically as
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    • the way it functions the life process must be so
    • world. The science of spirit must be well versed in the ways
    • acquiring knowledge. The science of spirit must absorb this and
    • remarkable his views are! And how justified they are must be
    • today, an atom of iron must be imagined as being more
    • Now, first of all, I must give an idea of what this
    • Without actually being grasped by the mind, it must be present
    • recent philosophy, which ... must be manifest ... in
    • anthroposophy, climbs to greater heights, and it must be
    • do not need to quote the rest. He means that there must be a
    • I must turn to the other aspect of the development of our soul
    • for a particular sphere of the world. In fact, they must be
    • experience of it must be based on accepting the existence
    • how he must be understood on the basis of his attitude
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    • must speak for itself. An explanation of any kind is not in
    • care must be taken that they shall bring out the artistic
    • recitation because the art of recitation must accompany that
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    • humanity must abandon this view of things, a view which, as
    • how did it become ever more and more differentiated? We must
    • Now we must say, in reference to these relationships, that
    • Spirituality which man must acquire once more.
    • surveys the whole earth-sphere from East to West, one must
    • this way of culture in the West, in Central Europe, one must
    • — then one must say, the intellectualism of Spinoza
    • and so we must say: Occident, West — intellectualistic
    • Anthroposophy something must live of that Goethe-faith, which
    • painting, in sculpture, and even in architecture must live
    • also in the thought structure of truth. One must come to say,
    • must be an artist in ideas. One usually rejects the concepts of
    • It must not
    • every week there appear slimy excretions, as I must call
    • political observations? Here we must say: Herman Grimm felt
    • on comparing things that one must go further back still. An
    • friends, this phenomenon must be observed in an unprejudiced
    • way to-day. It must be kept in mind; because only by so doing
    • judgment. All this must be said, if one speaks of how
    • say the present age must be permeated Spiritually; but, my
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    • death. Only we must not imagine that the reflection of the
    • aspect. Indeed we must admit that both when we look down on
    • looks up or down, I must therefore call it illusion; the
    • intellectualise the Earth. Humanity must begin to recognise
    • either of those other two extremes. The balance must always
    • has come to humanity, and humanity must resolve to find that
    • knowledge of Spiritual Science. We must assimilate these
    • his planet with the whole Cosmos. He must feel
    • must recognise: “I can perceive the Earth. If I am able
    • to become Luciferic. Man must attain this equilibrium, and he
    • in this Cosmic age. Just consider that we must really speak
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    • into making a compromise, this must be done consciously and
    • not lightly dismissed with a few words. It must be quietly
    • must not make a compromise with what we know; we must not
    • spiritual world must be treated with seriousness. The
    • culture, must, however, take stand on the same ground as
    • natural science. It must deal in all seriousness with what I
    • present time. These things today must have our earnest
    • why this is so, the answer must be: As we as men have entered
    • a quite different attitude to the spirit. Naturally this must
    • Waldorf School) But just because these things must be said
    • wisely on the one hand, on the other hand they must be
    • of it. Today attention must be focused on the soul. Today
    • account must be taken not merely of what comes from physical
    • within him as fruits of past earthly lives. We must approach
    • wanting to find the Christ must do so by direct perception.
    • Things must be
    • actively to penetrate what today must prevail as spiritual in
    • do individually, for example in teaching, must be done out of
    • Feeling must be
    • so that something else must arise, and so forth. But if one
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    • men must not have a feeling merely for theories about the
    • to be active in the Spirit must work outwards from
    • really seriously; and to-day these things simply must be
    • taken seriously. To-day men must not want to come to
    • to make some compromise, we must be fully aware of it. We
    • must never imagine that what we are doing perhaps under the
    • basis for knowledge which is trustworthy. To-day things must
    • knowledge of the spiritual world simply must be taken
    • which has really arisen out of modern culture must, however,
    • of the Renaissance” must be taken seriously. And if we
    • external reality itself (unhindered as he must be by any
    • spiritual — he cannot understand that which must work
    • world. These are the things which must be deeply thought
    • Humanity of the present must begin to realise that these
    • connection, and man must now, out of his own free-will, waken
    • the spirit, now, and in future, he must develop towards the
    • spirit out of his own free knowledge. He must, in a certain
    • in man. Hence it must become possible for us to confront the
    • which must naturally be put before humanity it general in a
    • just because on the one side there must be discretion and
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    • world. Now, for every really thinking man, the question must
    • must arise as to whether the time is ripe for this
    • onwards, there must be an expansion to a universal or cosmic
    • cosmic consciousness, which must take the place of a
    • present time, but it must be extended; what is to be found in
    • that book must be deepened and widened.
    • outline the nature of the consciousness which must be
    • of man must necessarily realise what terrible harm is
    • problem which must be understood in the light of the very
    • cannot be changed. The aim of mankind must be directed at the
    • which must be reckoned with when it is a question of
    • in old age, one must have learnt in childhood how to fold the
    • sense; but it must do so again to a greater degree. Men must
    • that children now must be just the same as they were when
    • born now must be just the same as I was in the year 1860! Now
    • respectable age had when we were children. We must realise
    • State is necessary for modern times and that it must be put
    • existence is obtained for humanity it must remain for all
    • and for particular times; there must be concrete thinking
    • indicate to you how things must be looked at with reference
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    • that in the pr sent age he must find a link with all that
    • what we must bring home to ourselves. In this Nature that is
    • of the human skin, must be taken in deepest seriousness, for
    • evolution of the earth, he must receive the Spiritual into
    • to man by way of atavistic instinct. It must be reached
    • inherent laziness. He must be led to believe that it is not
    • his conception of the Divine must be a matter of instinct and
    • together. We must reach the point of being able to recognise
    • the Divine-Spiritual which transcends matter must be kindled
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    • realistic world-conception art must exhibit all manner of
    • unreality and into it must play many of the illusions of
    • in some way or other, its roots must go deep down into
    • disappointment, must call for a special sphere of life to be
    • in the appreciation of art — must today be raised into
    • appearance in the physical must take to itself physical
    • just passing over into the sense of sight. Therefore he must,
    • feel the desire to paint a pretty woman. There must then take
    • we have first to kill the woman; then we must be able to
    • mood a giving of fresh life. This process must take place
    • he sees; he must above all be clear that his artistic
    • him and that he must awaken fresh life in this stiff image by
    • trends — and this must be constantly emphasized if we are
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    • sense-impressions, must be completely suppressed and silent
    • investigator must learn the methods which make it possible so
    • the seer's experience in connection with art, we must ask
    • this question: If the seer must suppress the workings of the
    • Supersensible knowledge must not be confused with the
    • goes by the name of mysticism. It must be realised that
    • super-sensible knowledge, feeling and willing must fill the
    • must unfold entirely towards within — which is not the
    • external world; no such expression must take place in
    • senses, but that he must develop and elaborate this thinking
    • music, the seer must penetrate still further than the sphere
    • You must not
    • when speech was born. The seer must put himself into the
    • must develop the twofold activity of giving form to the
    • that our attitude to the words of a seer must be different
    • who desires to clothe spiritual truths in speech, must have a
    • within him. As regards the utterances of a seer, we must pay
    • himself, not merely to what he says. It must be remembered
    • of science, and will indicate something that must more and
    • all, it must be understood that what goes by the name of
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    • the universe must necessarily seem difficult and complicated. People
    • the cosmos is an exceedingly complicated process and must in some way
    • all, light must be thrown on this fact, because otherwise it would be
    • too late. This is a grave statement but it must be made. At the present
    • but when I say this, you must remember that it is the forces
    • possible? That is the question we must ask ourselves.
    • question we must think about what has been said in many lectures on
    • must try to discover.
    • our being of a very great deal, and an adjustment must be brought about
    • so too, knowledge of the outer world must be given over to a nobler
    • acquired of the outer world must be given into the hands of the Gods.
    • from the onward stream of evolution must be placed in the service of
    • the Gods, must, as it were, become an act of divine worship. All the
    • friends, we must surely realise how essential it is that a definite
    • is laid into the soul. We must associate with the acquisition of knowledge
    • the realisation that this knowledge must be an act of divine worship
    • become food for these higher Spiritual Beings. In other words, we must
    • receives as nourishment, however, must be for him. And in the same way,
    • our knowledge must be rendered fit for the Gods by our attitude towards
    • was that whoever sought admittance must prove that to him knowledge
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    • so, we must really wonder that evil is possible, or that it
    • words: “Thou must find the mean,” so that through
    • then, the happy mean, which must be found and followed if a
    • must hold the balance between two extremes. One extreme is
    • knowledge comes something which in a radical manner must be
    • which must be gained, as something which is no longer the
    • gift of the gods, but after which man must strive. According
    • this sense Anthroposophy must be sacred to us; we must be
    • Anthroposophy be transformed? We must here touch upon a point
    • must therefore strive back to it. We must learn to feel the
    • thought and feeling. Anthroposophists must understand how
    • truth is something which must, to a great extent, be lacking
    • cannot say that it happens in every case, but one must assert
    • faith.” Anthroposophists must not consider it moral
    • that they must first ascertain that what they assert really
    • true, and correct. To this end a radical change must
    • said must be a principle, a lofty anthroposophical ideal. The
    • all directions, for this ideal must be what the virtue of the
    • effort a certain transformation must take place. We have seen
    • into “true love.” But this true love must be
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    • speak of this beginning we must make clear to ourselves that
    • takes place at death. He must have had feelings somewhat
    • — we must characterize it in this way — did not
    • question must now arise: What was the content of the teachings
    • interested in it, your insight must receive an impulse
    • the super-earthly lives in the earthly, he must develop a much
    • “mingling” must take place. And a part of divine
    • substances of the body. But the human being must be able to
    • must realize what it means that Nietzsche partook of certain
    • poisons, but we must not imitate him. Thus by causing the human
    • must be regained which leads to the goal of ancient
    • force to behold death, in which we must be interested, in such
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    • To that end we must today clearly realize
    • on — but we must say instead: If we trace the soul of
    • these things perfectly, you must distinguish between such a
    • destined to be the ancestor of an entire tribe, care must be
    • etheric body must be prepared which is the model etheric body
    • conviction. What must sometimes seem so strange to us in
    • For the astral body of man must of course be considered in a
    • must be thought of as enclosing the ego, and containing
    • 16th century is a civilization of egotism. What must now enter
    • penetrated as far as the ego. Now it must take into this ego
    • world, it must now be possible for the ego to be made
    • into a Christ-receptive organ. This ego must now rediscover the
    • Christ Himself. And by what means must this come to pass? By a
    • times the Christ and Christianity must become the perspective
    • through the centuries. Just as it is true that the ego must
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    • First, as in previous lectures here, I must take a moment to ask
    • this country. Since this is not possible for me, I must make the
    • cannot be spoken of scientifically at all, that one must be
    • cannot be found into those areas for which answers must be
    • inner man can be won. One must initially want to succeed in the
    • on the expectation of the knowledge itself. One must ask
    • the supersensory world. So care must be taken: just as the
    • the child, so must it be presumed that from the standpoint of
    • outer world. In order to perceive the outer world it must be
    • there. When the eye sees, that which is seen must be there.
    • When the ear hears, that which is heard must be there, and so
    • awakening of which I have spoken can come about, but one must
    • then we must say: that which we have produced from our previous
    • experiences of the human being, what must be rejected are all
    • something from your consciousness, a stronger force must be
    • the dream that had won enlightenment. One must awaken in order
    • You must pull it out of your physical body,
    • is born out of pain. And you must gradually acquire the
    • when you have stepped through the higher world you must return
    • But, I want to say — we must first
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    • who, because of their calling, feel they must protect
    • progress, it must spring from the vigorous life of their own
    • a bygone age; they must have their roots where the human soul
    • inherent possibility in our own culture must be widened and
    • or a person's inner being must evolve out of necessity.
    • complete understanding is necessary. Human beings must be
    • and with different views, and these a person must endeavor to
    • A person's comprehension of Truth must encompass all other
    • must realize that they have reached certain aspects of Truth,
    • opinion is powerless. What must come about is proper
    • must be met with understanding and open minds. In our time
    • hampers progress. The impulses of one's age must not be
    • must recognize that a foundation of spiritual insight and
    • bread, we must also give him something that will nourish the
    • happening everywhere. One must be an ostrich with one's head
    • and wise men. We must not criticize the systems of past
    • outlook must begin to pulsate like life-blood through our
    • there must be a renewal of spiritual knowledge. When it is
    • looking at things. The person must, as it were, say: Here is
    • people efficient and capable. Impulses must flow from the
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    • the devil, being an enemy of the human race, must of
    • supposition must be that the representative of the powers of
    • blood. It is quite obvious that Faust must sign in blood, not
    • change must come about in our modern understanding and
    • Admittedly the approach to such a study must be with
    • such knowledge must of necessity influence our spiritual and
    • the body. Humans and the higher animals must of necessity
    • first made its appearance, This a person must do in order to
    • hold sway behind blood, we must first take a brief look at
    • exists must conform to the faculties a person happens to
    • to pass judgment on something must be the one who has
    • that can be said to this is that then human beings must
    • “I” must sound forth from the innermost soul to
    • must sound forth in its innermost being. It is where the
    • external events, then the ether body must be permeated by the
    • attained “I-hood” must be able to take in the
    • wishes dominance over an individual, it must gain dominance
    • became extinct when colonized. One must approach such
    • Therefore, whatever power wishes to dominate humans must take
    • things that must be taken into account if progress is to be
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    • and encompass the suffering of others. The poet must be able
    • person's feeling; on the contrary, he must reject, must set
    • we must think of the human being as consisting not only of a
    • to occur, there must be an inner mirroring of the stimulus;
    • must approach it gradually as we did the nature of life.
    • of life can renew itself from within. It must first have
    • Consciousness is the strongest of all forces. Death must of
    • You must
    • Thus, it must be said that while Arthur Schopenhauer
    • must be repeated at a higher stage. The soul forces that
    • generally speaking from a unity in humans must separate; a
    • kind of destruction must take place in a person's lower
    • certain acts of will. The human organism must function
    • evolution. However, it must be born in mind that as far as a
    • feeling and willing must be severed from one another. The
    • organs connected with feeling and will must undergo division.
    • aside and coldly observe. The reason is that nothing must
    • death process, a destructive process must intervene; should
    • the new crop of wheat must rise from the decay, the
    • death. It is pain that warns us we must take precaution to
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    • evil. One must above all recognize that humanity constitutes
    • understand evil one must enter deeply into the nature of
    • comprehension of evil. We must look at how human beings
    • must not be thought that the same repeats itself; nothing
    • If this is so then there can be no evil. But it must be
    • nature; a mortal's lower nature they cannot and must not
    • only to adorn the garden. That must be deeply engraved in the
    • a feeling for what is good, we must also have a feeling for
    • order to choose the good, we must also have the evil before
    • us; it must exist within us as self-love. When the force of
    • all, it must pass through the love of self In Faust, Goethe
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    • It belongs to everyday life and must be of interest to
    • deal with this subject we must look once more at the nature
    • out of water. We must therefore regard everything that
    • a person, we must always consider each human being
    • universe. During embryonic life they must be enveloped by the
    • embryonic stage must be enveloped by the maternal organism,
    • must be considered separately. While it is impossible for
    • mother must be cared for, because her health influences the
    • periods. Special care must be taken up to the seventh year
    • feels must be imitated. For instance: the parents of a
    • must ensure that it does so, while also taking into account
    • details. The developing organs must be treated in ways that
    • the educator must bring to bear everything that will further
    • the development of the ether body. However, the teacher must
    • qualities of the ether body and must be fostered; but it is
    • confidence must be awakened, not in axioms, but in human
    • the child with whom he has contact must be his ideals; the
    • child must also choose such ideals from history and
    • literature: "Everyone must choose the hero whose path to
    • when memory, habit and character must be established, and
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    • must obviously concern everyone, for illness and death enters
    • illness and health; we must confine ourselves to the question
    • in contrast to impartial, objective actions. Here we must
    • and self-consciousness. These are aspects that must be taken
    • change. Those who shudder at the idea of teleology must
    • other sayings in the Bible must be modified to be understood.
    • sometimes to the opposite. However, the modification must not
    • alter the original meaning; we must endeavor to transform the
    • survey of these solutions; it must suffice to mention just
    • forever brings forth new life, the old must die to provide
    • no longer understands the young. That is why the old must die
    • death. However, it must first be made clear that, unlike
    • death are considered, a distinction must be made between
    • comprehensible, we must restrict it to that which applies to
    • of the being. We must recognize that the forces and
    • consider a person's physical organism, we must be aware of
    • wholly through the physical principle. However, to them must
    • the astral body that are at work. Thus, we must think of the
    • “I” on the basis of reincarnation; we must
    • wear out, as of necessity it must in proportion to the
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    • subjects such as that of today's lecture, we must keep before
    • physical birth by the material body. The educator must during
    • nurse before the age of seven. Why then must we have schools
    • on the whole a valuable spiritual foundation, but it must be
    • widened considerably to correspond to reality. It must
    • cities were founded. The main emphasis must now be on
    • therefore the teacher. The teacher's authority must be
    • child's respect and reverence must be without reservation, so
    • naturally must have — seem to the child like a
    • spoken. The educator must have attained a degree of inner
    • development, and must have become not merely learned, but
    • the school must be its life. Life should not just be
    • portrayed; former epochs must come to life. The school must
    • he must receive at school. Pictorial and symbolic concepts
    • must be fostered. The teacher must be deeply aware of the
    • that of the child. Processes of nature must be described in
    • sense-perceptible must be brought to life. Modern teaching
    • ought not to be used; one must do sums with the children on
    • of love. But what strengthens the will is religion; it must
    • to have it explained one must turn to its father. In our
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    • illness is deeply rooted in human nature where it must be
    • itself in human nature? To answer this question we must turn
    • question, we must also bear in mind the fact of repeated
    • tears inner sadness. Cheerfulness and sadness we must in this
    • blood circulation. The individuality of a human being must
    • of the physical body, must establish harmony between itself
    • We must now
    • but no one assumes that the real face must therefore also be
    • that cause the condition. Such counter-images must be
    • the other's personality must prove to the sick person that he
    • spiritual science must work together. What is needed is
    • in the usual sense, as they must, to be effective, swing
    • one must of necessity learn to understand the spiritual
    • understand the nature of what is physical, we must recognize
    • is all this spirit-rabble?” we must reply: “Well,
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    • inner being must be steeped in spiritual science; one must
    • science must become a personal quest. The striving human
    • the spirit. Spiritual knowledge must penetrate a human's
    • ourselves placed in life, there we must seek it; then
    • and capabilities must first be developed. In our time this is
    • wise. Wisdom is science becoming creative. We must so
    • archetypal plant. It must be seen so vividly and so exactly
    • We must develop
    • believes we must just wait for some nebulous manifestation of
    • required of human beings. The soul must become active, as the
    • Human beings are obliged to grope their way; they must
    • more. What is already in existence must, as it were, become
    • recast within human beings, must become color-filled,
    • must be electrified, and those who touched it were certain
    • ordinary mental life, which is dimmed. This process must
    • their inner being and must bring it to life once more.
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    • point of view of the eye, we must say that they fulfill their
    • This we must keep in mind and see as background to today's
    • death. In so doing, we must not forget that when a person
    • individuality has already been established. We must consider
    • must realize that everything a person has experienced as
    • that clothes him must be the right tool. This tends to give
    • gathers again about the person. He must receive it back in
    • must repeat some aspects connected with school life and
    • destination ever more clearly, the working of these laws must
    • It must be
    • at every age. Thus, we must be clear that as the physical
    • left undisturbed, our primary concern must be to do what is
    • nutrition it must be realized that there exists a spiritual
    • good, beautiful and wise. To the child this person must be
    • Everything we bring the child must be pictorial and imbued
    • qualities that must be so deeply imprinted that they become
    • strong character, his ether body must be able to evolve
    • unimpeded. The educator must at this time say to himself:
    • years. However, these time limits must not be taken too
    • insight into life's requirements. One must have patience and
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture XI: Who are the Rosicrucians?
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    • knowledge, which must be in accordance with a person's
    • certain forces. Bearing this in mind, we must acknowledge
    • that a person's nature must be taken into account when
    • they must be absolved. What I have said about it so far, and
    • also what I am going to say, must be looked upon as
    • higher stages. From the start it must be made clear that,
    • oneself. Human beings must be able to formulate thoughts that
    • person must be able to find himself in a world of pure
    • organism. The thoughts must necessarily develop in like
    • that must penetrate the plant to enable the seeds to mature
    • breathing is indeed quite amazing, and we must look at it in
    • special nature. The effect must be thought of as comparable
    • All this must
    • A word must be
    • intellect and reason must be strengthened. That is why in
    • Furthermore, the pupil must be inwardly morally strong; this
    • this sinking into one's inner being. However, it must be done
    • microcosm he must rediscover its forces and laws. Not through
    • pointed out, one's spirit must widen until it encompasses the
    • suffice. It is in concrete reality that one must plunge into
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    • would have thought of it before speaking. It must be borne in
    • Richard Wagner must be taken. Certainly a plant knows nothing
    • those who must contribute to their era something based on the
    • hearts the selflessness that must form the Basis for a future
    • existence of a spiritual world behind the physical. You must
    • where he is; human beings must ascend stage by stage if they
    • must come under the influence of a soul that is chaste and
    • from them must flow into the music. One such related art was
    • through dramatic art. When watching a drama, one must assume
    • that it must approached from as many sides as possible. His
    • the old group-soul consciousness must die out as the new
    • background was what mattered; they must have the
    • through Wagner's artistry, we must bring to it an open mind
    • his work. I must be permitted to bring these things before
    • like Lohengrin must be presented in light of its
    • world-historical background and significance. And we must
    • lives in all beings; a force that must evolve, that cannot
    • remain as it is; a force that, to reach higher stages, must
    • the human heart must ascend. Something of this was also felt
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    • the Word of God. We must realize that for centuries the
    • must ask ourselves how it came about that no one for
    • things are considered, all prejudice must be set aside. In
    • must experience progress, must be conscious of
    • today, then we do not evolve. We must never lose sight of the
    • soul begins to evolve spiritual eyes and ears. We must not
    • I know also that I must exert all my powers to attain that
    • it in a new way. He sees the way he must be able to see if he
    • the will must be passed through. As a plant must go through
    • development must follow certain rules. Just as one must adopt
    • likewise must a certain method be adopted if one is to
    • must observe if he is to attain the highest goal. A principle
    • forces are revealed as harmony and rhythm, but must not be
    • cult to be initiated must live according to certain rules and
    • always the same. We must realize that the writers of the
    • we must remind ourselves of a forgotten custom. Nowadays,
    • We must now
    • “I” is a name we must bestow an ourselves. The
    • godlike within human beings must speak. It begins to speak in
    • way the one to be initiated must from stage to stage pass
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    • words express, and a light may be felt which must be half veiled,
    • world, we must try to bring to consciousness the preserved and not
    • spirit, must pass a trial. Such a self-desired trial always calls
    • must be revealed. On such trials often fail the attempts of spiritual
    • souls to the meaning of those more distant tasks which must grow from
    • must say to ourselves: the contemporary world is full of ideals
    • with the reality. Much must be said in this moment which is not in
    • agreement with much that is valid in the world. Thus it must be said:
    • Therefore the attempt must be made against all the principles of
    • renewed attempt must be now made, this
    • stage, for the preparations must still be made in order to understand
    • of words that are not understandable. That must be so with things
    • such as these – for they must be grasped directly in life. And
    • what must happen within this endowment is that according to purely
    • must be assured in that the will to be a member should not come from
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • figures as art in the movement for spiritual science must flow into
    • our culture from the spiritual world. Spiritual life must be the
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    • age must seek his super-sensible knowledge in a different way. He cannot
    • unite his thinking with the breath. Through meditation, he must lift his
    • Western man must do, he would have led his dream-like thinking into
    • element in economics. It demands the determination of rights. It must be
    • useful goods only when the producer and those persons with whom he must
    • down to man. in the West, it has become the human word. It must find the
    • way upward to the spiritual Powers. Man must learn to create poetry in such
    • a way that the Spirit may listen to him. The West must mould a language
    • interprets them in this way. But what is interpreted must be
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    • humanity — from the 15th century onwards. Yet we must ask
    • human being belonging to our so-called civilised world must
    • obvious to our ordinary way of thinking that we must be
    • educated, for we must learn to form our thoughts on life. If we
    • which we must make in order to construct our thoughts. From the
    • thoughts. Man felt that he must meet the divine powers who gave
    • thinks that the Greek, who was steeped in beauty, must have
    • in a state of development. It must gradually approach a
    • to-day. The scholar of to-day must necessarily from his own
    • spiritual conception must be found which throws light on
    • origin of this whole development? — we must ask
    • work. This capacity must first be developed in
    • spiritual science must set itself. It must bring man forward in
    • his development, and even pedagogy must be encompassed within
    • spectres, and these must be transformed with man's co-operation
    • during the course of cosmic development. Our whole culture must
    • must therefore say: In past times of earthly evolution, man was
    • other words: Man must acquire mere and more CONSCIOUSLY the
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    • evolution of the world. In order to understand it, we must shed
    • greatest event on earth must be drawn out of the depths of
    • the occultist this question is a double one: For we must
    • order to understand the true being of Christ, we must go far
    • Consequently mankind must appear to him like beings who walk
    • up his heel against me.” (Treads on me). This must be taken
    • aside as evil; they must wait for a later time in order to
    • all who know something of the Mystery-truths, these words must
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    • dear friends, many secrets of the spiritual world must first be
    • speak of the earth's consciousness, we must think of it as
    • spiritual science we must first look upon it as an independent
    • days ago), the gnostic wisdom which disappeared. We must look
    • other, and which we must understand if we wish to grasp the
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    • on him. But if we have the whole human being in mind, we must ask: on
    • one must not get such a rigid inner salt-formation right away, when
    • here this way. We must speak of seven year periods as you know; of the
    • you, that teaching and education must be arranged in a way that it lasts
    • leave after seven years. Now something must remain, even when matter
    • has left; must be taken up by the head, must last up to the 21st year.
    • Then again, the physical matter is gone, it must last up to the 28th
    • year, then again matter is gone and it still must last until the 35th
    • must not regard the substantial constitution of the rest of the
    • cramps, because here the right rhythm must assert itself first in the
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    • and the air must undergo powerful changes inside our organism, so that
    • must first be achieved on the way from the mouth to the bowels, that
    • blood, on this way back a reviving of the food must take place. The
    • food at first must become dead in us and then must be revived again.
    • it is a plant. The etheric, the astral, what the foods have, these must
    • be first removed. Then, what we receive this way must be taken hold
    • the nourishment inside us, must come from us. And this happens on the
    • Here the force of the head must come and meet, so that the frontal surface
    • the whole can he driven into the astral body. But now the ego also must
    • be engaged. Everything we have in our organism must be occupied by the
    • time together. For example the activity of the kidneys must not be interrupted.
    • All this must be tuned together
    • for oneself how all these things must be in accord with one another
    • must be tuned together in a thorough way. Of course, to do this one
    • It enters fully into the spiritual realm. Only one must be able to stand.
    • But one must not talk of abstract cloudlike changes of civilization
    • in history; one must know how, especially through the delicate human
    • One must not only look at
    • this in an abstract manner, but one must also look at it with feeling
    • One must not feel contempt
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    • regarding the passing over into the light age, and what we also must
    • think today, is nevertheless true. Only we must understand matters in
    • that today, also, it must be said: light has a tremendous strong influence
    • and that he really is “sick”. He must first, through his
    • outer world, this will injure his inner organism and he must by all
    • which must not be allowed to stay that way, and my organism has to go
    • what we again must have in mind regarding the dark age. Everything has
    • man knew within himself: he had this light ether body. Now we must increasingly
    • whole into abstract conceptions. This must develop more and more into
    • Imaginations. And we must be clear that we simply must reach the point
    • have fire, you must not say: this match is no fire! It is nonsense to
    • and not strike it. But the fact is, one must first know the match, otherwise
    • at least to expand itself. That is how one must learn to look at things;
    • one must learn to see things in living movement. That is what confronts
    • us. One must see most of all what one always has seen in fixed limits.
    • age. Out of the dark age we must enter into the light luminous age.
    • philistines than the old ones have been. Even this side must be looked
    • ourselves will have a reviving effect on the light. This means we must
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    • impression that it must be possible for us to intervene in the
    • You must just be a little patient and follow a train of thought
    • must not just speak of the human physical body but also of the
    • elemental, supersensible event belonging to it. We must
    • the physical, but we must give concrete examples. We must be
    • want to understand something, one thought must be able to
    • concepts that one follows from the other. That must be so.
    • must become familiar with the fact that underlying our
    • world there is a world we must not only assume to be spiritual
    • in comparison to ours, but we must also assume its events to be
    • in the course of the history of the world must be capable of
    • we must never tire of impressing the following lines upon our
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    • must bring a feeling for this element to life again in a
    • a favorable karma this man must have had, being able to have a
    • series of good deeds must be put down in their karma. And one
    • lies the very point we must take to heart and examine closely,
    • presumptuous paltriness. ... But I must be brief, for I have
    • probable it seems to me that there must have been a wager to
    • conventional rules of composition, he must still hold sacred
    • machinery of hypothesis, and he must remain faithful to this.
    • He must make a good plot with a knot to be unraveled and the
    • magic must lead to grand results. In the case of Faust
    • must now ask why that causes us such difficulty. We shall begin
    • it. We must have the possibility to develop sympathy. And after
    • the world by Lucifer and Ahriman. Only we must not fall
    • “We must flee from both Lucifer and Ahriman! We want to
    • become good. So we must avoid Lucifer and Ahriman, avoid them
    • at all costs! We must drive them away, right away!” For
    • two forces must be there. The important thing is that we always
    • are at work in us. That is to say, we must be able to allow
    • conscious that they are at work in us, we must nevertheless
    • consideration. We must now consider this problem.
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    • teacher never told me anything except ‘I must first see what
    • But you must be able to look ahead a little bit, if you want to
    • and told themselves, “Past mistakes must be avoided in
    • the future and evident good qualities must be
    • must avoid these mistakes.” He did not say, “The
    • ought to have been avoided and that we must now avoid. We are
    • must hold very firmly to this distinction. Prediction as
    • of world processes and human action, we must not fail to
    • look at all the difficulties. For instance, we must
    • “Because this thing is like this, then the other must be
    • between his previous death and rebirth. This means that we must
    • everything the first fellow does must happen, whereas nothing
    • consists of hydrogen and oxygen. For them everything must be
    • oxygen. But we must not let monism deceive us.
    • right way. But it must have learnt those things in a really
    • you want to see the object, you must renounce seeing your own
    • eyes, and if you want to see your own eyes, you must renounce
    • ourselves and the world, we must not put up the mirror. We must
    • This is how we should proceed with self-observation. We must
    • livingly. But we must not keep on looking at it, otherwise the
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    • in one area must be looked at in an entirely different light,
    • physical plane. We must be in no doubt that looking at human
    • mulling them over. On the contrary, we must realize that what
    • necessity, and we must become familiar with the thought that
    • involved. We must learn to discriminate properly between a
    • itself. It must hold up a mirror, for the moment the eye holds
    • fact but distorted it. Yet a person must see the real facts
    • has been said, we must realize that we then have to make the
    • distinctly follow necessity. For we must distinguish between
    • Obviously we must not be pedantic; fifty years more or less do
    • content, and then an empty space must occur again, before new
    • the highest order that require a space must come at a
    • impulses that need to meet with receptivity must
    • the human being we must observe both the external physical part
    • physical plane. We must follow compulsion out of inner freedom,
    • “We must of necessity accommodate ourselves to the
    • Then we see that we no longer need to think that things must go
    • happen externally on the physical plane must of necessity unite
    • But we must have a direct awareness of this in the spirit of
    • present our souls must become conscious of the spirit, souls
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • physical body again. So it must have continued to exist.
    • they have also lost another ability. Today, we must acquire a
    • fully conscious of what I have just described. People must
    • to the world, must be rediscovered in a different way. We will
    • power. The will must be taken hold of more firmly. This kind of
    • beings must wake up! Occasionally someone does wake up out of
    • must live in the I. Everything that leads to the will
    • must live in the I. There is nothing in this science
    • world, we must find it in some other way. If we do not want to
    • Ziehen does, we must somehow get people to accept them in
    • What lives in the will must enter into it in such a way that
    • would like to provide impulses, but these must not be examined
    • These things must absolutely be seen in their historical
    • science people must obviously work to counteract this;
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    • impulse that must cause a powerful social movement to take
    • But one must
    • human beings in their earliest years; one must indeed develop
    • (naturally you must take this in the right way, I am speaking
    • discarnate souls, must become increasingly closer, because
    • impulses coming from the dead must work more and more
    • concrete. It must again become an aim of mankind to think
    • thrown overboard. We must once more cultivate this making of
    • book you find you must have been for years accustomed to what
    • wants to avoid the materialistic thinks that he must for ever
    • school must come to the help of what is a great task of
    • you must think with your very hands. Try with the most
    • People must become more mobile inwardly, that is, they must
    • the present into the future we must bear in mind the
    • the genius of speech has died to a greet extent, and must be
    • must again recover its concrete character, and conceptions
    • must be evoked. In the course of the fifth post-Atlantean
    • must be conscious that on the one side you are constantly
    • within this trinity must impress itself more and more on
    • even what the seventh expresses, must already be unfolding in
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    • By degrees a certain comprehension must ray out from those
    • will impulses must appear. It was because these clear
    • might water. But what must appear in a really deep social
    • understanding? That must live in the hearts of men and must
    • to abstract, unimaginative thinking. What must be evolved
    • cultivates imagination. Each one of us must seek his own
    • cultivates the Imagination from which must come the common
    • culture must be developed in the future. Now we have reached,
    • towards abstraction; from out of that there must be developed
    • a culture with imaginative conceptions. Our culture must be
    • common is what must come.
    • of Intuition. But externally man must distinguish between the
    • the imagination must be cultivated in the emancipated
    • must be evolved in the separated state. And the Intuitive
    • life, strange as it may appear, must be evolved in the
    • economic life. These spheres must in their externals be kept
    • the same with the other arts. But one must pay attention to
    • matters which we must make our own from now on into the
    • worlds and that must be cultivated if one is to find the way
    • Now I must
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    • It must frequently be repeated that naturally it is very easy to find
    • must above all be borne in mind as a particularly striking fact at present
    • must be paid particularly by those of us who try to take our stand on
    • For us here, however, the first part of what I read out must be of special
    • we must give recognition to such a fact, such a tendency of thought.
    • it must be admitted, are deeply moved by the earnestness of the times,
    • have brought us to this time of catastrophe and that they must be got
    • into the catastrophe, that the least we must learn from the catastrophe
    • or materialism is devil's work and must be rooted out lock, stock and
    • theology. In this respect one must own that the literature, the theological
    • still taking the standpoint that must be taken in Spiritual Science.
    • abstract concepts must live in the spiritual. For this reason one has
    • Revision of Logics and I think he must have been writing it ever since,
    • What (said he) men must observe so that they do not arrive at the most
    • at the delusive statement or which I have just spoken, and that it must
    • must first acquire, namely, the abstract concept, is just what the animal
    • what is most essential. We believe because men must develop the capacity
    • of naive men, and what must come into men through the new Spiritual
    • This must be faced in all seriousness and it will then be seen that
    • Intuition, they must enter the sphere of the supersensible world with
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    • and with the rest of mankind. Yesterday we pointed out how much must
    • here and there into the spiritual life of mankind. You must really be
    • mingle both together. Now, my dear friends, one must indeed be a Jesuit
    • it must be a matter of these things playing a real part in the world,
    • powerful part, and that we must already be alive to such things. But
    • with the spiritual world. But he may not do this. He must remain perfectly
    • such a description it must alters be made clear that these things still
    • have tremendous influence today upon millions of human beings. We must
    • First, therefore, we must
    • governing factor in official circles you must keep consciously in your
    • night of the senses. To go through it the soul must become free of itself
    • towards contemplation. We must remember how these words were written
    • historical development of mankind must still be reckoned with. We have
    • it must be looked at in the sense of the modern world, if he has a living
    • need for knowledge must, because scientific conceptions inform him only
    • about what is dead, must come to see that scientific observations make
    • think. We must take note of this difference. Were St. John of the Cross
    • for super-sensible knowledge must be kept alive in men. Such demands
    • to recognise that he must speak not only of a single divinity but of
    • impulse of most of the ladies. Most ladies you must know are young,
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    • his real bearings by starting on the path to the spirit. He must decide
    • of mankind. If we wish to be successful in this, we must earnestly keep
    • fellow men. He is not surrounded by the real beings into whom he must,
    • to the insensitive men of today as sophistry, must gradually become
    • something like an embryo of the complete being. That also must be so.
    • not the thoughts but the thinking, must become active. And when thinking
    • by flint and steel. But this is something that must be required of what
    • Science in a different way from how they must understand it; instead
    • about what is venerable, but from every point of view it must be indicated
    • Herein lies something of tremendous importance which man really must
    • to do with Spiritual Science, namely that he must get free from his
    • narrowest interests. He must rid himself of the immediately personal;
    • really to enter upon selflessness, which indeed must be called upon
    • world, but the opposite of which is prevalent in the modern world, must
    • in Spiritual Science. What must take effect in Spiritual Science according
    • must be noticed; it is a fine distinction although a tremendously far-reaching
    • is often unnoticed by those who come to Spiritual Science; it must,
    • a Movement for Spiritual Science something of a new stream of life must
    • that must do harm if left unnoticed. In a movement in the act of arising
    • we must be alive to the fact that phenomena with men cannot be taken
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    • world, as it must be understood through the spiritual knowledge of Anthroposophy,
    • still more lightly. When such things are spoken of it must always be
    • excluded, it must be actively, diligently, applied. If for sometime
    • we must find out the reason why there should arise this sensation of
    • us, we must also perceive our environment through what results in a
    • must always be expressed with exactitude.
    • must naturally enter the spiritual world, otherwise it would not be
    • have referred must be borne in mind. Fundamentally it is not very difficult
    • of the spiritual world are incomprehensible; we must, however, make
    • courage. We must have the courage not usually possessed when we do something
    • and then recoil because it is painful. We must have this courage, for
    • very point again our contemporaries do not fall in with what must be
    • which today will be forthcoming more and more, Spiritual Science must
    • existence. Social questions must be solved with knowledge of Anthroposophy—anything
    • Thus we must turn to something
    • conception, into everything we experience, we must bring something which
    • of feelings, that each of us must have if he does not want to investigate
    • in social science. This mother love must be there in the thoughts developed
    • this love takes a healthy course. This must have attention drawn to
    • way and in another way indeed it must happen. As physical men we should
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    • of Golgotha must be understood spiritually as a spiritual event. And
    • contradictions there must always be in life, which logic would always
    • existence. A believer in the Old Testament must look upon the Jahve-God
    • For it must not be forgotten, again and again we must remind ourselves,
    • a gateway. “You must first pass through this”, they said
    • of nature in accordance with ideas must be bound up with the moral ordering
    • the near future, in which we must take our place not sleeping—as
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    • understanding on this point we must first be permeated by the knowledge
    • must the event of Golgotha become for this intellect that is above all
    • to Nature, must in honesty gradually come to own that he does not understand
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. But he must give himself a shake for nevertheless
    • he must understand. This is what is essential—to give
    • understanding. This is essential, it is something that necessarily must
    • There must be ever more
    • at this Hungary where, you must know, purely Magyar culture has been-supposedly
    • of men. It must flow in, this evolution simply must go on of which I
    • foresees what simply must be made clear also where the forming of human
    • as understood today. There must be an attempt to understand this man
    • He is alone for a quite definite reason and must feel himself alone.
    • must touch us in the very depths of our soul. For, you see, we may look
    • which must be pondered in the soul in all seriousness and with due consideration.
    • has to live among us as if he were still alive; he must be further felt,
    • century. The way back to Goethe must be found through the Spiritual
    • that what man develops within must lead him to develop the powers of
    • of Golgotha the intellect must first be re-forced; it must move itself,
    • feeling that in this very incompletion there lies something that must
    • to a human world-outlook, evolution must indeed go forward with the
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    • needs to be created, then an astral body must join in.
    • human being really must go through in the astral world, so to
    • world for quite a while. The human being must so to speak go
    • doesn't have the feeling: — ‘you must dedicate yourself to what
    • passing away. The noblest feeling of love, creative love, must
    • renunciation, upon arrival in Devachan, must immediately begin
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    • may say a work of art must be grasped, as it stands,
    • that out of such a flood of power something higher must appear,
    • that which had been lost. One must doubt, when one has once had
    • Faust understands? Towards whom must Faust turn at this
    • must be pointed out that in both, specific human dangers are
    • moment Faust must turn away from the Earth Spirit, where he
    • of world knowledge, must now unite itself with self knowledge.
    • yet some vestige must have been left which can be won again,
    • towards which mankind must return, repeatedly.
    • within it as that which must be combated against within by
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    • must remember to differentiate between these four members of
    • and for this reason we must speak about these dangers. We
    • well, you must improve,” it appears that he has developed a
    • insight into what really matters, must we ask the following
    • self-centred brooding. Right here we must shift our examination
    • only slowly transforms talents. Yes, attention must be drawn to
    • the fact that now and then this incarnation must be renounced
    • in a normal life? I must straight away indicate the means which
    • It is that which we bring ever more into our karma. We must
    • must so to say make an instrument of ourselves, if we want to
    • life of feeling. Once and for all we must speak right into the
    • utterly necessary. The fundamental anthroposophic attitude must
    • for you. You must prove it for yourself by doing it. As a
    • steel bow when grasped. Experience itself must create each
    • want to learn to know ourselves we must totally go out of
    • reincarnation and karma. For the highest self-knowledge we must
    • Particular value must be awarded to insight, that resulting
    • we must lift ourselves to the impersonal, because only through
    • people can there come into the world, what must come. Belief in
    • authority must be struck from the anthroposophic dictionary and
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    • To begin with, it must be
    • There must not be any such
    • world. We must never lose sight of the fact that one of the essential
    • of the world at the present time and more especially what it must do
    • it is this: The realisation that in this age a new spiritual life must
    • order to understand an organic being we must realise that a quite special
    • such forms as these must be discerned in complete independence, they
    • must be created from out of their own form-essence. They will then,
    • be no other than it is; in its place it must be just as it is. It is
    • so on. And this must be so in every single form in this organically
    • whole, must make evident in its own form that it is indispensable. The
    • very smallest appendage in the different parts of the Building must
    • with the whole and must be so understood.
    • a subject of inner study. Only while doing so we must be free from the
    • purely intellectual ideas of the world. We must be able to view the
    • principal entrance. Of course, you must bear in mind that whatever you
    • I said to myself: anyone going up these stairs must have some sort of
    • look at them, you must notice how they droop over and bulge out, how
    • should feel that the form must be what it is, for although it is not
    • that there must be something here to help us to enter the Hall in a
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    • we must look at the next picture (3) where the second pillar develops
    • you must realise that this is not to be considered only as regards its
    • pillar by itself. As I have said before this pillar and this motif must
    • you the staff of Mercury wound about with snakes but you must not regard
    • But I must draw your attention
    • one. This is a point which must be quite clearly stated. If you follow
    • to understand a certain inward power of development that we must learn
    • with the imagination of the artist. This is the thing that you must
    • to what kind, of representation we must progress if we would come to
    • ideas. Anything fruitful for the future must be born out of an imaginative
    • conception of the forces of growth. These must ever be comprehended
    • We must overcome all that pertains to day-dreaming, we must overcome
    • is why every single form must be conceived actively. We must be able
    • active life' But we must have a desire for this supremely active life.
    • We must seek here not soul-spiritual indulgence but soul-spiritual activity.
    • We must grow and not
    • In the same way this Building must be grasped as a whole for the parts
    • do not exist alone but each must be considered as a part of the whole.
    • building they must be made of different sizes, the one large and the
    • other small. If they are the same size they must be drawn apart and
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    • some naturalistic theme in reproduction. Even though it must be admitted
    • in this way, and it must be admitted that the whole modern cosmic conception
    • conception must be sought; another principle, another way of artistic
    • thinking, especially in the art of painting must make itself felt. This
    • world must be something more than a mere intellectual idealistic set
    • of ideas. It must be an intuitive perception. We must be able to think
    • in colours, in forms, just as we think in ideas and thoughts. We must
    • it is intended to be, it must in a certain sense, bring to expression,
    • of the Building there must be a reversed relationship.
    • is intended. If we take them in the right way we must say, as regards
    • What really must enter into the earth-life of humanity will only enter
    • you must give up asking inartistic questions. When an artist paints
    • is just what must be overcome. There are many more elementary impressions
    • which must possess the artistic soul. (I will explain more clearly in
    • in it and which must necessarily be drawn out, if one has a living feeling
    • that spirituality that must result from the realisation of this dualism,
    • between what is Luciferic and what is Ahrimanic. Only you must not analyse
    • But you must realise that
    • spiritually. But we must rightly understand man and rightly perceive
    • on the wall is only imperfectly executed, but every beginning must be
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    • begin with we must always keep in mind the Faust of the
    • of a former adept in the art of healing, must be
    • Till I must hear their shameless murderers
    • must be; but fundamentally we are concerned with what is
    • Gretchen-wisdom! We must take things seriously. The pundits
    • has entered Faust rebels; he must go deeper to understand the
    • The passage must I elsewise render,
    • pure gold, and he must be married to a chaste bride. Now,
    • this sounds to us. But we must be quite clear that this
    • Let must
    • must found a social order quite different from that of today,
    • being must remain eternally hidden, for the veil can never be
    • that this wisdom must be approached as those women are
    • must be approached with the same reverence, with a feeling
    • outwardly unknown to sense-observation, there must be added
    • lies hidden. The two like poles must meet each other. And as
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    • must cultivate a little observation in such matters.
    • events through which he had passed. We must realize,
    • This had to be corrected, for things must
    • Now I must
    • must be kept clearly in mind that Goethe wrote Faust
    • correction must be done with knowledge. It is not Goethe, of
    • these things must be taken literally. Thus Goethe says: Oh,
    • body, and how a part of the etheric body too must be lifted
    • crew of devils by no rule is daunted.” Now he must see,
    • April, and can meet the witches there. And he must be such a
    • we must regard as the conclusion of the
    • brother, for a pleasant walk on the Brocken. But, we must
    • we must accustom ourselves to recognise more in him than
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    • than a vulgar attack on a fine effort. We must not, of
    • — the caricaturing of what is great — for we must
    • him. It is in the sense that we must understand all he
    • what belongs to Mephistopheles must be mixed with life for
    • sense, but she must become more substantial.
    • cloud-cuckoo-land; this head must be understood as having
    • essential thing for which concrete spiritual science must
    • should be missing; it must have happened therefore by some
    • accident in the dictation that a line was missed that must
    • for he must be brought into a life that is
    • from this pooint of view that the present time must be
    • But these matters must really be taken very seriously. And
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    • We must now
    • the threshold into this world beyond the border must be
    • is something to which we must be very much alive to if we are
    • must be made. Anyone wishing to advance beyond this, will
    • the supersensible world. This must be left to each
    • he himself must undertake the action. But in what is meant to
    • a magician, and must accomplish magical actions. It very
    • creature, his incarnation. You must picture a certain process
    • must now make a picture of this preparation that is confined
    • death. And it is this intellect in Faust that must be
    • should cease to work. He must be taken up with his soul into
    • the matter appear from Mephistopheles' point of view? We must
    • form’ must not be taken in a heavy literal sense, for
    • space. Since we live in space, spatial images must be used
    • calculation up to the time of Plutarch's world. We must do so
    • so that we must add
    • the earth, however, must be considered as a whole. The
    • consciousness out of quite another world. But this must be
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    • has a special task, — a task which must be solved in
    • with which the individuals living in these epochs must come
    • cosmic order, must betray their presence to our
    • There must be added a certain consciousness about the
    • Graeco-Latin epoch must also become impulses of human beings
    • that is not wide enough. I must live, for once, in the
    • transformed by the atmosphere that there prevailed. We must
    • reproduce it outwardly, it must be connected with his inner
    • figure of Helena. We must, remember that the Helena problem
    • — in the fourth post-Atlantean. We must not take
    • the spiritless world of material events, which above all must
    • Evil himself. This is among the things which Faust must sec
    • Plays: Ahriman-Mephistopheles must be recognised; we must see
    • epoch. The human being of the fifth post-Atlantean age must
    • impulses of human evolution must become sharp and clear
    • again. Such impulses must arise as have arisen in the
    • in this: that we must draw renew out of the fount of Maya
    • — out of illusion. The human being must make
    • post-Atlantean epoch must create very much out of illusion.
    • and that of the fourth must work together. Faust grows away
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    • beings will have to learn to know all that the soul must
    • impulses which must evolve by the very resistance of Evil. It
    • World-Karma; how they simply must take part in this thing or
    • principle, is among those endeavours which we must attribute
    • (for so it was at that time; to-day it must be more purely
    • we must truly say: That which takes place through human
    • to do, if it were actionless? Two things must be understood:
    • will have to battle. We must however acid another thing which
    • Illusion we must also understand; we must only understand it
    • very depths of things. We must not regard Evil from the
    • must penetrate it with consciousness; we must learn to know
    • fact that there is a Power that rules over the Sea. One must
    • such things must take their course to-day. One is
    • things as these we must indeed concern ourselves. It is not
    • are going through the world to-day; we must take these things
    • has to happen among men must also be undertaken by men. If we
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    • Goethe must have seen certain things in the spiritual world
    • those beings with whom man, as man, must therefore feel
    • as really all upholders of modern science must be, otherwise
    • existence if — but this must not be misunderstood
    • reality, must be grasped by a quite different consciousness.
    • must picture as though our metals were gradually to become so
    • we must picture earlier conditions of our evolution as similar
    • water-air was, we must imagine something having reality also
    • epochs when the earth solidified (as must once have happened,
    • the language that must have been used between falling asleep
    • clearly Goethe must have foreseen the knowledge of Spiritual
    • conscious life, the life of reason, the man must rouse
    • himself, he must pull himself together, and wake out of
    • anyone realising what experiences a man must be prepared to
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    • consciousness, and it must be so, for the simple reason that
    • Science on themselves bring progress. But we must be careful
    • And we must pay heed to this layer of experience, hidden as
    • must mark how it gradually creeps into the life of ordinary
    • must not merely look at its single pictures, we must look at
    • only know light by its shadow, one must also be saturated
    • man must preserve goodness if he wishes to attain it; he must
    • man must find strength to be a match for evil, to hold his
    • own against it. He must learn to know evil.
    • culture, must fearlessly expose himself to the forces of
    • as Spiritual Science must do. Goethe points to the reality of
    • of the ego. To look at an object a man must have more than
    • “O fie! Hermaphrodite must I be
    • of this kind, or a materialist. As I said, man must be both.
    • He must be able to rise to ideas in conformity with the age
    • he must be able to form both a materialistic and an
    • concepts, on the other idealistic concepts, we must then let
    • As I have told you, in processes of cognition the ideal must
    • permeate and illumine the material, the material must
    • must be taken by Spiritual Science in order to lead mankind
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture IX: Goethe's Life of the Soul from the Standpoint of Spiritual Science
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    • naturally, must appear to modern physics both primitive and
    • fast to forms but in ever transforming them. We must have
    • nature thus, we must also be able to look into the spirit
    • case, outlook on nature and outlook on spirit must be
    • independent of one another. We must, however, be conscious
    • nor criticises, realizing he must speak only positiviely; I
    • everything must go in one line, in one stream. If any man
    • outlook must be just like that. And as there is nothing wrong
    • For the capacity must really be there always
    • did. But, listen to this; he says something else must happen
    • of thinking according to reality is that we must investigate
    • this — something is not right, Christianity must have been
    • thought that the world must run its course as if it had but
    • spiritual world — how he must overcome certain disagreeable
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture X: Faust's Knowledge and Understanding of Himself
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    • must always keep these two aspects in mind. As Goethe says,
    • human being must come if he wishes to acquire complete
    • must first advance to the world of Imagination, Inspiration,
    • sea-festival? To understand his feelings, we must take
    • gay feast. We must realise that, to the Greeks, there was a
    • I must ask
    • himself there with his whole soul. It is of this that we must
    • then, must take place when Homunculus is to become Homo, when
    • What must then actually happen?
    • must be taken out of that world and transposed into the world
    • man has his being. Homunculus must be taken into the world
    • that we must now find Homunculus, he must then transfer this
    • picture of Homunculus, he must then transfer this picture
    • Macedon and Olympia found each other. Those things must be
    • really to know man must go beyond what is enclosed within the
    • entire universe. He must have in mind, what extends
    • the Kabiri. We must know how to look at him, if in any way we
    • You must take away from this man the two extremes, Axiokersos
    • We must,
    • cannot be continued on in the right way, and must be
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • Faust we must never forget, however, that everything
    • the urge for knowledge must be related to all the claims life
    • physical human being can arise. It must first be fertilised;
    • possible to grasp with out physical understanding, must be
    • Here we must
    • must live out in the body. I told you yesterday that the
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • although he knows where the goal must be, it is wrapped in
    • already referred to. Men must understand precisely from what
    • Christ-permeated conception of the world and of life must, in
    • these two feelings must find a crossing-point from a passive
    • Christ belongs, and must belong, to the past. And what is to
    • take its place must be a relation to Christ that is an active
    • — is what must take the place of passive Christianity
    • the age which must now belong to the past, the age that has
    • led to so terrible a human catastrophe, and the age that must
    • deep in human hearts and souls; and they must be healed if
    • oscillation, what must be arrived at is repose of being. This
    • must be able to attain the condition of repose reached by the
    • balance and the pendulum. He must not aspire to a position of
    • leads mankind astray, and we must reject it. All evolution
    • progressive rhythmic process. It must be repeatedly
    • may with their being penetrate what must be accepted in the
    • the tree should go on growing, a fresh seed must be sown in
    • the field of human culture, a new tree must be planted. It
    • us to destruction. We must find the balance between what
    • understanding of this equilibrium is what modern man must
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    • that his own true being must be of supersensible nature, that
    • must be found in the spiritual, in the not-sensible. If one
    • all. But then we must lack the self-confidence towards that
    • spiritual impulses as working in the world, when he must think
    • spiritual elemental force, what now must also be in the world,
    • when he must have experiences in the world which must not pass
    • concerns the immediate outer perception. So we must look
    • different way is actually interesting, and I must start from
    • However, one must be quite knowledgeable about all the facts
    • at it. When one looks at something in picture form one must be
    • body, for then I would not experience it. Therefore I must be
    • again I must be inside, for nature as it usually surrounds me
    • must then be outside his body. But again, we must also be
    • That we must alter ourselves. Therefore we must be outside,
    • the same way we must be inside our experiences in the second
    • kind. That means we must actually be outside our physical body
    • something else must be the case. We must be something outside
    • we must be able to take this mask off the dream, that is off
    • or us spontaneously. It must be created by inner activity, but
    • that means, the dream must be strengthened.
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    • members of human nature, so you must imagine the Being who
    • this way we must translate the announcement of the
    • the “I” does, the archetypal-”I” must
    • found rest, so mankind must separate workdays and festive days,
    • so also must that, which you posses after your “I”
    • in the flesh, an incarnated God, they must first learn to grasp
    • that a gradual, healthy development must ensue, in order for
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    • These things are not simply said. We must go through them in a
    • the physical, and we must not imagine this descent as something
    • must perish, because right here the valve of the earth had to
  • Title: Haeckel, "The Riddle of the Universe," Theosophy
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    • obstacles that impeded his progress. On the other hand, we must
    • must be recognised as an act of special significance.
    • must hint at some mysterious kinship between man and beast, and
    • Now, you must bear in mind that, side by side with all
    • anatomist, we must “fight to a finish” against this
    • idealisation of our art historian; we must combat his phantasy,
    • perceptible in the sleeping man, that we must seek for that
    • spiritual observer; he must become one. become a
    • This must be taken on faith at first — nay, it need not
    • seeker. Thus, man must transform himself into an instrument for
    • revealing, as it must, an entirely new meaning. According to
    • theosophical mode of representation must be utterly
    • subject is, with such persons, quite fruitless. They must first
    • which they live, and must make themselves acquainted with the
    • information he has honestly acquired, so that to him must be
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture I
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    • must, however, also bear in mind the following. Only the
    • and that we must concentrate above all on his individuality
    • must somehow be able to transplant ourselves into the inner
    • must transplant ourselves into the hearts and minds of these
    • the spiritual inwardness, has passed away. It must first be
    • must think livingly upon the knowledge of spiritual science,
    • we must not forget the following. In the same measure in which
    • movements as we see today. We must understand these too as to
    • must be found once more.’
    • humanity must now attain to living thinking once more.
    • These things must not be grasped with the forms of dead
    • That is what I wanted to say today. We must attain a living,
    • and to attain that history which must and can be read in the
    • today. You must attempt to feel it knowingly, to know it
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture I: Cosmic Forces in Man
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    • must unfold, gradually, into fruit — into a true and quickened
    • established between the affairs of East and West, and it must be
    • — although that must never be belittled. Such a feeling does in
    • equally materialistic mode of thinking must not be disparaged, yet it
    • avail. Once and forever, man has passed into the epoch when he must
    • to discover the true content of his name, for that must be sought in
    • things. Man must find himself again and be true to the laws of his
    • innermost being. Interest must be awakened in the whole nature
    • essence, the soul and the spirit of the world of stars must be known
    • we must press forward to this cosmic wisdom, to the knowledge that the
    • forces which must be conceived as radiating from above downwards,
    • were also conceived of as fourfold. Now it must be remembered that
    • Again in our time we must strive for a fully conscious realisation of
    • indicate very briefly that it must become possible for man once again
    • like. He must learn to relate both his life and his form to the
    • universe beyond the Earth. He must find what lies beyond the
    • forces into his moral and social life — indeed this must be, if
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture II: The Soul Life of Man ...
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    • being of man must be viewed in relation to the whole universe. We
    • It must indeed be quite clear to us that man has various kinds of
    • his life of soul-and-spirit. But here our mode of study must be
    • be valued and understood aright. But feelings too must be observed, as
    • longer make any impression upon us, for this must be done via the
    • moment comes when the Angel must as it were deliver up to the
    • Archangel must, under all circumstances, take place. But there is a
    • it in a dull, dim state, as must be the lot of human beings whose
    • Science must assume that in former earthly lives many men became more
    • To understand the human form, we must turn to the heaven of the
    • fixed stars; to understand the stages of life in man we must
    • soul-and-spirit, we must not confine our attention to the life
    • must not merely confine our attention to man's relation to the world
    • But first and foremost our thinking must be permeated with real
    • form, his stages of life, his nature of soul-and-spirit, man must
    • must therefore be prepared to work for the liberation of the spiritual
    • Divine-spiritual. Man stands to-day at a critical point where he must
    • he is to pass from a decline to a real ascent, man must overcome the
    • to that living principle in man which must continue beyond all epochs
    • paralyse and kill the Divine-Spiritual within him. Anthroposophy must
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    • the inner nature of man, this life between death and a new birth must
    • What we must acquire anew, what must be built up anew in the
    • spiritual life must begin to take account of man's eternal
    • world, mankind must be brought to realise how essential it is for the
    • spiritual study the individual conditions must be observed in every
    • that must be made clear to him. But in spiritual matters man has become
    • pieces. Those who were only onlookers must certainly have been
    • account of the conditions then prevailing. This period must be studied
    • depths of spiritual life must be taken in all seriousness. It is
    • This must be taken earnestly. The people who belonged, in the main, to
    • conditions are such and such, but we must question further as to why
    • But life must be observed in the way indicated in the two lectures I
    • have given here. External life must be viewed not only from the
    • standpoint of life between death and a new birth; we must be mindful
    • birth. We must study how we can apply in this earthly life what we
    • the Eastern parts of the Scandinavian peninsula, we must look back to
    • forces must be working in the world, in the whole international course
    • each particular people must be understood in the light of spiritual
    • spiritual world, souls must be taught about the secrets of the Earth,
    • just as here, on the Earth, they must be taught about the secrets of
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    • must have spoken to the boy more or less to the following effect:
    • that he must himself take charge of the boy's education. In view of
    • Cathedral must have thought that a man had arisen who was capable
    • in the Cathedral at Zurich, must have carried away this impression.
    • intelligence, can have any notion of what Fichte must have been when he
    • himself from contact with the outlook of Kant. There must be, he
    • that can be apprehended outwardly by the senses must first be
    • senses. The source of all knowing must rise in the depth of the Ego
    • appears as completed existence within the outer senses. It must
    • works as creator; we must lay hold of this spiritual life and act
    • the world. We must plunge into that current which is not external
    • he was aware that he must speak in quite a special way. Fichte's whole
    • for it must be admitted that Fichte was not by any means the
    • what unusual broad-mindedness this German prince must then have
    • spiritual stream of the world. We must not, therefore, he added,
    • external knowledge whatever. We must apprehend the existence of God
    • in the living process of creation. We must sense the creative
    • invited to assist in the newly-founded University, to which we must
    • reply that grave abuses must have existed in the university from
    • considerably towards the close. I must say openly that when I
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    • today. If we don't succumb to illusion and phantasy we must admit that
    • the days. We must stay home much of the time. During the other seasons
    • days of summer. But now, we must sit inside much of the time, we must
    • feel much, much darkness around us, and we must often see, as we look
    • We must try to place something like this before our souls. As seekers
    • if it be sacred-art then it must spring from man's holy mood of
    • plays. “Anyone wishing to act in the plays must:
    • being, including his mind and morals, must be cleansed and purified,
    • must find it quite understandable that in the place of this former
    • of Christmas trees. An aesthetically sensitive eye must find it
    • our civilization, not enemies. We want to understand that it must be
    • Why is this so? Because in the course of time humanity must evolve,
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
    • prose — nevertheless men of today must have a chance to find
    • times possessed as ways to find the Christ Event, but we must also
    • That is empathy for Nature's own mood. — Thus we must recognize
    • Night then we must say to ourselves: Such moods and feelings can awake
    • In this way we must progress, from a material attitude which has
    • essence humanity must come to feel spirituality as a resurrection, by
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    • must enter more and more into human knowledge because, from our time
    • song, said that he must frankly consider himself happy to have lived
    • what is all this leading? That is the question we must first of all
    • circumstances of its giving must also be studied. We must visualize
    • being as Krishna, this soul must be forced downward into the chaotic
    • life. A God, Krishna, must make our civilization and culture
    • worlds. We must feel ourselves stimulated to this search when we
    • goes on in the world of the senses. He must even be told of those
    • mood he is met by the great teacher Krishna. Here we must call
    • within Maya we must recognize what it really is that we may rightly
    • call a universal egoism. Through this very riddle we must reach out
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    • just for this reason that such great care must be taken to give the
    • occult training. Such a person must be prepared so that he may
    • body must not suffer a like upheaval. That is the essential thing. We
    • must learn to suffer the convulsions of our soul with outward
    • imagination, of feeling and will — these too must not be
    • starting-point for occult life must take place in far deeper layers
    • occult development must widen the circle of his interests beyond his
    • everyday life. He must get away from that to which he is ordinarily
    • We must be able to
    • must have the power to do this with the same intensity of feeling
    • concerned. We must be able to feel with the destiny of all
    • development must lift up his eyes to the heights where the interests
    • First, then, we must
    • succession, is the part he receives from his father. “Must it
    • souls of the ancestors. But now what must he see? Instead of altars
    • battle. If we would understand a human soul we must penetrate into
    • its thoughts. Above all we must enter deeply into its feelings
    • one must first have a minute quantity of it. Without that one could
    • all, because just as the alchemist thought that one must have a
    • little gold to conjure forth large quantities, so must one already be
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    • carries in itself. It must be admitted that such an attitude can
    • to help him in entering the occult worlds, must therefore be
    • exceedingly careful in this realm. He must make a habit of carefully
    • spiritual worlds. One condition must be fulfilled, however, if we
    • the night. We must be able to exclude the recollections and images of
    • this, that you must detach your interest from your everyday life.
    • little. I must say this does not happen very often. When it does
    • some domain it must be carried out, perhaps in the most
    • I would develop my soul this imperfection must be remedied, but to do
    • this I must go on to meet this misfortune. I must seek it out.”
    • to evolve to higher things he feels very strongly that he must leave
    • Thus, when man wants to enter the real world he feels he must leave
    • there is only one way. He must have developed this self more strongly
    • you will find it amounts to this, that the self must be made stronger
    • that must ruin the ancient holy caste-distinctions and the service to
    • our ancestors — events that must corrupt our womankind, and
    • everyday consciousness. By his destiny he was torn out of it. He must
    • utters what must appear to Arjuna as the most extreme
    • our senses for perceiving it. Similarly, Krishna must take from
    • Arjuna his expanded and strengthened consciousness. He must in a
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    • among other things, the woven fabric of our dreams belongs, he must
    • intensified self-consciousness. There must be a stronger and fuller
    • to shrink from the prospect of developing into higher worlds. We must
    • we must always forestall objections that the true occultist is well
    • fellows labor. One might indeed think of it in this way, but we must
    • of our description must remain meaningless for the physical world.
    • with all his exercises he must at the same time be ennobling his
    • moral sense, his moral feelings, that he must tear all earthly
    • of the more acute power of judgment that must come with our enhanced
    • higher realm there must needs be beings who have the mission of evil.
    • life that it does yield. The good must have something to oppose it.
    • must be included which come from the evil beings. There is great
    • is sentimentality. Bravely and unflinchingly we must approach the
    • discover the truth. You must get out of the habit of making
    • the grain of gold with which we must begin is ours once we are aware
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    • WE WOULD penetrate into the mysteries of human life we must
    • reality a definition must always appear scanty and lacking in
    • yoke. “We must think along different lines,” says Wilson,
    • concepts were not sufficient, we must apply the Darwinian laws of the
    • So we must think of
    • We must realize that the self-consciousness that today is the
    • it will become later on. So we must say that until the period when
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    • Krishna’s words to Arjuna. Of course, we must not take those
    • spoke of things that men still have to learn. Above all we must
    • aspect, calling him Krishna. We must realize how Arjuna meets that
    • one must have progressed far enough to be able to have real
    • essence is not contained in these pictures, but through them it must
    • it, we must bring to it something our soul in its development has
    • deep devotional mood must be awakened in him. Then the words of the
    • mood as if he must take off his shoes before treading on holy ground;
    • there he feels he must walk with reverence. Then follows the eleventh
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    • up to man. It goes without saying that man must assume some creative
    • In this life they must behave so as not to interfere with the wearing
    • his waking life, must be the forces that raise him above the animals.
    • real factor on all sides. We must imagine the world that surrounds
    • the idea that regenerative forces must be present building up the
    • show what difficulties external science has and must have in getting
    • kind of judgment. They think that a given thing must have the same
    • afterward must first be prepared, they are intermingled, though not
    • must feel these things and be sensitive to them, then we shall
    • After that another soul must take possession, the Zarathustra soul
    • to the coming spiritual age. We must learn to take a different
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    • then with understanding we must prepare ourselves for the very
    • Greeks. If we would enter into the matter further we must once more
    • came precisely from the feeling that certain secrets must today be
    • evolution that is important concerning those ideas we must have in
    • is it to comprehend all that the human soul can produce. We must make
    • Christianity. All this we can realize, but we must think of it in
    • do so we must set up something as a kind of hypothesis, for it has
    • to say something paradoxical, but we must think of what Schopenhauer
    • fate of truth that it must always become paradoxical in the world.
    • individual dies within a single beat.” So we must not shrink
    • from the fact that truth must needs appear paradoxical. The following
    • their minds. We thought we must rise into heights of clairvoyant
    • its life. This we must take into account. What was once attained
    • era from the way we can experience them. We must study those forms of
    • what that great poem contains. We must study it not in an external
    • the way they were led, we must first free ourselves from many things
    • objectively, with that clairvoyance that we can attain today, must by
    • darkness is — our human nature must be in the condition of
    • must get accustomed to not taking them in an absolute sense.
    • sattwa colors. In this sense too green must be called a rajas color;
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    • feeling must be attuned so as to understand what is said in the sense
    • experiences. Certainly anyone who enters deeply into this poem must
    • But man must gradually become apathetic to the physical world in
    • before our spiritual gaze. Krishna explains to him how we must free
    • down to him. They must rap, because he can hear rapping with physical
    • ears. They must appear in clouds of light because such are visible to
    • must attain to a transformation of these conditions in himself so
    • that Krishna as the creator of self-consciousness must give. Thus he
    • change. Today we must say that we are at the end of the age that
    • advance to what must necessarily take place in our time.
    • surrounding world are being formed. Today the soul must be more
    • What then must Krishna
    • must say, “I have to come; I have to give thee the ego-man, a
    • the masculine in man. What man can attain in Brahma must be
    • self-consciousness man must have in the further course of his
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse must break in upon us. The
    • Christ-path must be added to the Jesus-path. The path of one-sided
    • justification. No one must imagine that the Krishna impulse could
    • further evolution of mankind, must realize how anthroposophy has to
    • become a means of shedding light on all religions. He must learn to
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    • possible without personal guidance, but the experiences must be
    • "points of view" must be transcended. The moral qualities of
    • of humanity. First, by way of introduction, we must come to an
    • the principle of Initiation must also change in the successive epochs
    • public the Way into the higher worlds. But it must be said also that
    • effect on a man's life, and for these he must have undergone a
    • thorough preparation. I must again emphasise, however, that anyone can
    • who wishes to follow it beyond a certain frontier must be specially
    • Now we must understand clearly that if anyone wants to plunge into the
    • Mysteries, everything in his soul-life must gradually become
    • figure in ordinary soul-life must all become a means to higher
    • stage, he must not simply experience blue or red or any other colours
    • all the time; without losing these experiences he must learn to make
    • if he wants to be an Initiate of a certain degree he must come to the
    • transparent. While normally it is a limit or boundary, it must now
    • become transparent, and he must be able to see what he wants to see
    • through the blue sky. For him it must no longer be a boundary. Or let
    • object of the life of the soul, thinking must become merely a means to
    • different from those to which we are accustomed, I must point out that
    • life is such that we must use our judgment and reflect.
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    • organism, the ego and the astral body, must be worked upon and
    • spoke yesterday, one must accustom oneself to judge events in like
    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • having fulfilled our measure of life. Men die at all ages, and we must
    • deaths at different ages? We understand that a man must die when his
    • There is something else in the physical world to which we must pay
    • sojourn in the higher worlds he must again come forth and live in the
    • He must learn to be a seer only for the higher worlds, and not to
    • needed for the higher worlds. This must be strictly avoided. He should
    • that this may do him no harm he must also apply these new feelings and
    • do not let us imagine that anyone who has become a seer must forfeit
    • inner constitution; they must wait until the Sun sets in the evening,
    • one with them. Hence we must direct our feeling from the plant to the
    • the Sun at midnight”. But it must be clearly understood that at
    • spiritual worlds — one must be quite clear about that.
    • must, so to speak, open out his soul for conditions essentially
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    • must long for above all else, after all you have gone through —
    • which he must now regard as the most important of all. Hence the man
    • past times found their highest satisfaction. It must be added that the
    • existence merely through terrestrial forces; solar forces must work
    • Initiation, then — as it must always be after Initiation —
    • as can happen also with the soul of to-day. But one must not think of
    • remains silent. The aspirant must first have stood for a while before
    • physical Earth; he must have brought into this world, to this Being,
    • must entirely live in the longing to have the cosmic enigma solved in
    • one must speak of as Cosmic Tones and the Cosmic Word. The aspirant
    • seems to itself as though extinguished, as if it must lose its very
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    • the fifth epoch these secrets must work right into the Consciousness
    • dead, withdrawn from the sovereignty of the soul; it must be made
    • after-effect of the Grail Mystery. The Amfortas nature in man must be
    • humanity, in order to bring this evolution forward, must include a
    • earlier experiences of humanity must appear again, but in a fresh
    • the most important forces of Initiation must proceed from the
    • of the fifth post-Atlantean culture-epoch must be connected with the
    • Consciousness Soul. But in the dawn of this fifth epoch there must
    • added, something new which must come from the Consciousness Soul to
    • new Initiation, must have centres where there can be recalled to human
    • of Golgotha took place. And to that must be added a new element.
    • present day also the human soul must be open to these influences if it
    • meant in any figurative sense. In our own time it must be said that
    • the West of Europe, the stronghold of hostility to the Grail must be
    • Grail. These things must needs find expression in pictures, but in
    • this reason the soul must still be strongly armed even to-day when it
    • a man must now go through, so that he may make one part of his double
    • worlds in modern times, must be enacted in the Consciousness Soul.
    • represents the forces which must especially be made our own through
    • must be cleansed and purified through the strengthening of the inner,
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    • in the development of mankind. In order to understand this, we must
    • To find the origin of the stream of intellectualism we must go back
    • Before speaking of this world of Spirit, we must understand one of the
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    • qualities, one of which — the Good — must destroy the other
    • To understand the development of humanity, it must be viewed in its
    • aspect of cosmic evolution is that one class of beings must abase
    • The Master must be the servant of all.
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    • mystery we must penetrate into the laboratory of Nature even more
    • The red blood in man must be refreshed and renewed with oxygen, for
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    • in regard to the ideas we find expressed in Nature. They must have
    • must ennoble his astral body and therewith the world around him.
    • must bring out of ourselves by dint of conscious will —
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    • Before embarking on this subject, we must realise that since occultism
    • through asceticism and that reality is an illusion which must be
    • the physical body. Its forces must pass by way of the etheric body.
    • saying: “One must have tasted human flesh before one can know
    • to work on his etheric body. Here we must consider the different
    • Initiation must be achieved in a state of wakefulness. In other words,
    • The Initiator knows that he who is master must also be servant. It is
    • truth. That is why all thought must be filled with the element of
    • soul. Thought must be permeated with feeling; otherwise it will not
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    • adjustments and ascetic practices. Everything must run its course in
    • shall be strong and that he shall be master of his passions. Yoga must
    • significance. Space and time must be transcended. How can we achieve
    • (1) Control of thought. We must be able to concentrate our thought
    • or significant, must be to dominate, regulate and hold them under the
    • control of the will. They must be the outcome of inner initiative.
    • (3) Equilibrium of soul. There must be moderation in sorrow and in
    • happy, equally sad. The occultist must bear the deepest joy and the
    • (5) Confidence. The mind must be open to every new phenomenon. We must
    • (7) Meditation. We must be able to make ourselves blind and deaf to
    • prompting of his inner being. The soul must then be awakened in its
    • “Before the eyes can see, they must be incapable of tears.”
    • “Before the ear can hear, it must have lost it's
    • must have lost the power to wound.”
    • feet must be washed in the blood of the heart.”
    • These four sentences have magical power. But we must bring them to
    • life within us, we must love them as a mother loves her child.
    • Having trained the upper part of the etheric body, the disciple must
    • The disciple must purify and bring about changes in his breathing
    • rhythm to rhythm (eurhythmy). Rhythm must be brought into the
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    • significance must be attached.) Such, too, is the symbolic meaning of
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    • incessant torture. The disciple must endure it with perfect equanimity
    • of soul and heroic courage. He must cease to know physical or moral
    • the conclusion that the intermaxillary bone must exist in man. Before
    • The Crowning with Thorns, — At this stage man must learn
    • — that is what must be acquired before the next step can be
    • We must learn to separate and to re-unite them at will. So long, for
    • The enthusiasm of the disciple must have its well-spring in the depths
    • of his inner life. He must therefore be able to remain impassive in
    • inherent in the personality must be sufficiently intense and in
    • form must be conquered by man before he can find the higher Self. The
    • disciple must cultivate the idea that in the sum-total of things, his
    • is why the disciple must sink himself in every other being and
    • be despised. It must be borne as some exterior object, even as Christ
    • bore His Cross. The Spirit must wield the body as the hand wields the
    • of healing. Yet it must be realised that he who possesses it,
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    • Let us endeavour to form some conception of the astral world. We must
    • astral light the cipher 365 must be read backwards: 563. If an event
    • objective self. We must begin by seeing ourselves objectively. This
    • mediumistic séances. The soul living in the astral body must learn to
    • knowledge. But in order that man may learn on the Earth, he must be
    • death, in backward order, there must be abnegation of enjoyment, while
    • ‘consuming fire.’ Man must grow accustomed to existence
    • must be conquered. For the same reason, in certain schools of black
    • through a crisis and must be helped to regain health and equilibrium.
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    • initiation, man must lose something of his lower, physical forces; the
    • of initiation, the lower nature must fall away, to rise thereafter to
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    • Nature is governed by one sovereign law which is that rhythm must
    • Devachan, but he has no consciousness of it. We must distinguish
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    • attempting to describe them, we must have recourse to allegories and
    • To attain the third stage of Devachan, thought must be freed from
    • content of thought. The pupil must experience the function of
    • hover in the astral nimbus of the Earth, we must have recourse to
    • authority may not be doubted. By his words he must be believed; by the
    • truth shining in his countenance he must be recognised. He who has not
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    • Whence has man proceeded? Who created him? It is here that we must try
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    • must try to reach a deep and true understanding of the mineral kingdom
    • In other beings, then, the existence of consciousness must not be
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    • To gain an idea of this evolution we must have recourse not to
    • in the physical world, but it must none the less gradually light up in
    • taught that man must accomplish the task of transforming the Earth in
    • resound with the power of the Word. Thus man must evolve to a stage
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    • says: ‘Your eyes shall be opened.’ These words must be taken
    • objection is sometimes raised that karma must do away with the rôle of
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    • so well. But from now onwards we must strive to reach a knowledge of
    • of the physical world. Physical Science must be supplemented by
    • full force in the sixth epoch. In other words: human souls must be
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    • came into this world from higher worlds must be understood
    • must, in some form or other, face the two important
    • somewhat different way. He must go through a sort of sleep
    • because one has no astral sense organs. They must gradually
    • a meditative experience one must make oneself blind and deaf
    • to all sense impressions. Nothing must be able to disturb
    • must empty oneself also of all past experiences. Memory must
    • be wiped out. The soul must be concerned only with itself and
    • first five sentences must be taken as a formula of
    • through this life — through this light? We must take
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
    • it must come out if you are to see it, and this can only
    • the soul must leave the temple of the body so that it becomes
    • must go through the three days of death and then be awakened.
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    • who would tread it must be led by the hand of an experienced
    • begins to work on his spiritual development, he must also
    • night. Only beneficent beings must be allowed access to the
    • human being ... He who seeks initiation must achieve the
    • through a train of thought as follows: The plant must have a
    • plant must bow down and say, “To thee oh stone, though
    • oxygen. The animal must say to the plant, “To thee oh
    • ranking human being and the lower kingdoms. He too must say
    • be.” One must completely fill oneself with this feeling
    • experience of gratitude, one must be able to bow down before
    • scourging and smiting. One must learn to bear calmly
    • upright. Thus must it be experienced. This is felt in the
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    • Certainly, we have, frequently said that man must develop
    • higher senses, that he must develop the chakrams or holy
    • It must
    • looked at in this way, the ordinary, everyday life must be
    • must remember that he spoke in the language current at that
    • abideth for ever, and how sayest thou: the Son of Man must be
    • truth and yet it would be folly. I must give a person what he
    • this, man's whole life of feeling must be directed towards
    • materialistic way of thinking, we must realise that the mode
    • must tell you something which though easy to understand
    • forces which are not tied to the physical must be awakened,
    • to learn the lesson, that must be kept uninjured. This is the
    • development. This is what must be kept intact until such time
    • Christianity it is from this, above all, that it must start.
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    • these earlier methods we must include religions, and this wisdom was a
    • be very useful for curiosity-addicts; but Theosophy must be carried
    • must go deeper. Even superficial observation will make it clear that
    • possible. He must therefore possess something which enables him to use
    • from that of ordinary sleep. There must be a close rapport between
    • dimmed and dulled. To grasp theosophical truths a man must be quite as
    • the nature of the etheric body by direct vision must be able to maintain
    • soul for this same soul. It must sound forth from the soul and the soul
    • must give itself its own name; no other soul can utter it. Hence the
    • superior to the animals. We must realise the tremendous significance
    • the physical body itself, a man must learn to control the breath and
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    • to life. As its fruits it brings us two things we must have if we are
    • firm foundation for morality, we must supply the soul with fuel in the
    • he is merely preached at and told he must be nice and truthful.
    • past history of humanity — but he must first learn how to do it.
    • image of Caesar must not be compared with Caesar's individuality, which
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    • from it. If we want to understand sleep properly, we must recall the
    • condition we must realise that in his earthly life a man's consciousness
    • moments in Kamaloka which must be singled out as specially important and
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    • We must remember, however,
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    • But you must not think
    • for instance, must things have been in northern Siberia when the mammoth,
    • How different things must have been here, when primeval forest still
    • We must not imagine that
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    • the first seven years. Hence during these years we must try to influence
    • then, we must direct our efforts to the etheric body, the vehicle of
    • desires. Accordingly, when the etheric body is set free we must take
    • every care to develop these features; we must influence a child's
    • faculties so early. Our age sins greatly in this respect. Care must
    • and analogies; we must store his memory with them and must see to it
    • sense-world. We must bring before him examples taken from the lives
    • of the great men of history, but there must be no talk of “this
    • impressions. How grateful Goethe must have been to his mother for telling
    • specially important for the child of this age is authority. It must
    • not be an enforced authority — the teacher must gain his authority
    • demands that the type of people chosen to be teachers must be those whose
    • an answer to them. If we are to face life with strength and hope we must
    • it is just this that must depress a man and rob him of all hope. But
    • do must produce its effect, and whatever I accomplish now, by way of
    • he must look after changing his karma by his own efforts.”
    • ascribes everything to self-redemption. You say a man must work out
    • entirely on self-help and self-development; he must recognise that he can
    • reincarnation. This does not mean that each one must bear the consequence
    • of his own actions, but that the consequences must be borne by someone,
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    • his physical body. For the moment we must consider how all this extends
    • he must try-to prepare these as much as possible in his astral body.
    • etheric body. If he wants to be born with a good memory, he must exercise
    • his memory as much as he can; he must practise looking back over the
    • understand health and illness, we must bear in mind how complicated the
    • The fact is that we must
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    • is good or bad you must first eat one yourself. In other words, the
    • of logical thought. From this we must conclude that accurate thinking
    • evil race. You will find this stated in the Apocalypse, but it must
    • not be misunderstood. We must distinguish between the development of
    • if good is to rise to the heights of holiness, it must first overcome
    • gradually to find a place for itself, there must be warm blood in the
    • be seen that the physical organs must be in proper condition if the higher
    • persons concerned must be born again as contemporaries. How does this
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    • developed since the earliest times up to the present day, we must first
    • how these bodies have evolved, we must realise that it is not only man
    • But we must not picture
    • But we must not imagine seven successive Globes; it is always the same
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    • forms. You must picture the spirit descending from above and enfolding each
    • all-pervading air. Of course the event I have been describing must not be
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    • will of your God. Your's must be a bad God if he does not teach his
    • it was written: Behind nature there must be God. And he came to realise
    • that he must seek for God with his spirit. That is in fact the meaning
    • outer world. I must sink into my inner being and seek for Him in my
    • heart; I must follow after Him towards a higher spiritual condition.”
    • reality was an image of the Divine, which must not be turned away from
    • senses; if one faculty develops, another must fade away. The gift of
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    • anyone who aspires to occult development must among other things get
    • rid of the following form of egoism. He must not say: “What good
    • them for myself? That implies a lack of trust. He must trust a person
    • You must picture it in this way: when you wake up and remember all
    • as a foundation for wisdom; the pupil must wait for them to enter into
    • But he must always realise that everything there is symbolical.
    • does not want to injure himself, morally as well as physically, he must
    • He must remind himself
    • in the following exercises, which must be practised in addition to
    • tranquillity into the course of thinking. You must take a definite idea,
    • action. You must compel yourself to some action, however trivial,
    • on. You must therefore give up a little time to performing actions which
    • from its ordinary meaning. During occult development you must never
    • certain circumstances you must exclude all that you have experienced
    • The occultist must do this quite consciously. For instance, if someone
    • The occultist must always leave a way open to believe. He must go so
    • he bars the way to new experiences. You must always be open to new
    • This is a natural outcome of the other five qualities. The pupil must
    • must first pass through the stage of spiritual sight and only then comes
    • to his Guru, who must even advise him on every action he may take. This
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    • must strive to have no needs, no desire for anything in the world, and
    • to do only what the outer world demands of him. He must even suppress
    • any feeling of pleasure at doing good to someone; he must be moved to
    • if he has to spend money, he must not think of his own wishes or desires
    • but must say to himself: “I need this to maintain my body or to
    • culture must embody a certain pattern which will give expression to
    • its inner character. Modern civilisation must recover the forms it has
    • lost; it must learn again how to give external expression to its inner
    • must begin to do what others will achieve at some time in the future,
    • he must learn not to kill with his breath. That is Pranayama,
    • development has to anticipate this process as far as possible He must
    • deprive his breath of the capacity to kill, and must organise his breathing
    • your breath and breathing out again — this must be done rhythmically,
    • to work on him. The occult teacher says to the pupil: “You must
    • the pupil has done that for a while he must learn to make himself deaf
    • and blind to all sense-impressions; he must turn away from them and
    • occult training must study intensively. They are symbolic concepts which
    • the pentagram, symbols which occultism can explain. The pupil must keep
    • thought. On these, too, the pupil must focus his attention. Finally,
    • “Before the eye can see, it must be incapable of tears.”
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    • You must not imagine that
    • of our own soul-life. But we must make it quite clear to ourselves that
    • whenever you have five minutes for it. You must start from the principle
    • that all characteristics are one-sided; you must learn to recognise
    • effective. If you are industrious, you must ask yourself whether your
    • must be acquired alongside it.
    • not to let anyone finish what he is saying, you must keep a watch on
    • as far as possible, when someone else is talking. Then you must accustom
    • this right”. Above all you must get rid of the notion that your
    • you must cultivate patience, in the occult sense of the word. Most people
    • to be divine but is not so at all. We must come out of ourselves if we are
    • study, a modern European cannot get to know himself. He must try, first
    • He must learn to think in harmony with the world-order. He must say
    • to himself: “If others have thought this, it must be a possible
    • not swear to it as a dogma, but by studying it he must get to know what
    • it is. The pupil must learn about the evolution of sun and planets,
    • is it and how do we achieve it? As we go through the world we must observe
    • into the life of the soul. Everything must become for us a symbol in
    • life; it must be overcome. This form of training is particularly well
    • all epochs says the following about the interior of the Earth. We must
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    • importance. We must inquire, therefore, first of all into the reason
    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • friends, there must be an absolutely clear understanding in the part of
    • bring it about. But things have come to light that must be corrected
    • during this course. A proper working together must certainly not be
    • the other hand, physicians must be clearly aware of the position they
    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • the other hand, physicians must develop a special conception of their
    • profession; they must learn through pastoral medicine that something
    • is a healthful cooperation possible. One must not want to heal with
    • But one must realize that both are divine service. The more fully
    • movement must not be allowed to become an area where everything is
    • Anthroposophy must not become propaganda for quackery. Theologians
    • must not be allowed to become quacks.
    • anthroposophical physician. But the following must also become an
    • It must be quite clear why we have structured it in this way.
    • activity on the reality of the sacraments, the priest must be
    • for instance, the anointing that the priest must perform at the
    • Here we must grasp an
    • must be reestablished. It must become active again.
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    • branches of human knowledge must be liberated from a certain coarse
    • students, for instance, must spend in their course would not be
    • fashion today that if there's something new to be included, you must
    • — there really are such men in Catholicism; one must not
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • must consider them to be extremely retarded, but in conversation with
    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • philistine paths; they have to travel other ways. Priests must be
    • tremendous instability and something must be done about it. Usually
    • human beings must know themselves. And they demand complete knowledge
    • everything will be given them through grace and they must wait. They
    • talk about passive prayer, passive meditation, that they must not
    • wants to give it to them. Here the priest must have a fine instinct
    • housewife who must spend her days in the kitchen or something similar
    • You see, one must
    • medicine and theology a real insight into human nature. One must be
    • human being that must first be met with understanding; then it can
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
    • All these things must
    • physicians or priests are confronted by these things, and they must
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    • exercises must be so oriented that they strengthen the ego
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • must live into them on the pathological, physiological side that
    • opens up for them. Priests must live into them in the theological and
    • must be stressed again and again.
    • You must still see
    • worse. For you must remember: a decision of free will is at every
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
    • must be trained to understand the conditions under which a person is
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    • irresponsibility as the physician and the priest must know them.
    • a human being? What is not inherited and must come to the human being
    • picture must be modified somewhat. For if this abstract assertion
    • take place in seven- to eight-year periods; but we must distinguish
    • teeth. And from that statement the understanding must follow that the
    • general form. Naturally, the universal human model must be preserved,
    • heredity but must be recognized as a copy of the inherited model. The
    • the sunshine. One must understand that — how humanity stands
    • life period in which we must form our own third body (the fourth when
    • must still renew them. Up to the twenty-first or twenty-second year,
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
    • toward which we have been striving, and from which we must go on.
    • away from it. You must realize that it is a kind of zero point, a
    • dilettante — then one must ask oneself, has too much, perhaps,
    • that must be brought again into our knowledge of the human being if
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    • We must now go on from the knowledge we have gained
    • They'll tell you if you let them ramble on — you mustn't ask
    • questions, you must just snap up what they tell as it were by chance
    • typical outcome. You must then think of the corresponding lighter
    • changes in the sphere of the will. To these one must pay attention,
    • One will encounter the following — again, one must pay
    • the Waldorf school pedagogy wants to be, must definitely oppose. Yet
    • Sometimes our Waldorf school education must address certain things
    • pathological, which must in any case be recognized as “cultural
    • phenomena.” These things cannot merely be criticized, they must
    • belong together. But they must be examined from these two aspects. If
    • here and that there is a connection between the two poles, must be
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • healing activity to karma. For this, we must first be fully aware of
    • materialistic beliefs. These things must simply be looked at without
    • Now we must look at a
    • fear of madness so overwhelms him that he must return at once to
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
    • work must relate to facts. If it takes hold of facts, then it will be
    • illnesses as well. But we must first open up the way to see that
    • right way. They must observe these things with their whole being from
    • — to dancing around the golden calf — these things must
    • within the anthroposophical movement. But a beginning must be made.
    • It must be initiated here; at least the indications must be given for
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    • have originated. He also took it for granted that these must have
    • This is a serious situation, and it must be reckoned with by anyone
    • We must indeed advance
    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • process is an activity of the astral body. We must picture it in this
    • now this is what we must see: in the coarse inhalation-exhalation of
    • researched externally. Inquiry must be made into the process of the
    • life ether is taken up. It must provide the life ether for itself
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    • must go out beyond humanity. For everywhere humanity stands in some
    • one must have, the rounding form pushing into the ground.
    • We must see
    • in the linear striving upward we must see the presence of sun forces
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • the plant as it pushes toward the Sun, we must see that the sun
    • must realize that these forces alone would not be able to form the
    • sense perception. Thought must be understood as preceding the sense
    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
    • the paths of outgoing karma? To know that, we must acquaint ourselves
    • is formed, a physical world arises within the human being that must
    • spiritual embryo. Then the possibility is given for forming what must
    • said yesterday. When the sun forces are going in, first they must
    • stop for the light; second, they must stop for the macrocosmic
    • chemism; third, they must stop for the life. The Saturn forces bring
    • restore it to order again, we must search in outer nature for a
    • universe. This must not be presented to humanity as an abstraction,
    • superspirituality, that is, illness. Medical measures must be
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    • must play themselves out. The physical body has to do with physical
    • must be aware of this contradiction in the human being precisely
    • certain conditions. And it must not prevent us from examining the
    • process is still always going on in the physical body; it must be
    • there must be just as much of the catabolic processes as a person
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • corresponding remedy. This is the direction our work must take.
    • One must recognize the
    • must know, because in reality one heals the human being through the
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • spiritual point of view, then what must the priest look for? The
    • The priest must deal with all the normal or abnormal symptoms that
    • somnambulists must now be again established by human beings
    • connections. In this area, experiment must give way to
    • when I hear them say, “The first thing we must do is to join
    • sense to be ill. One must fill one's whole being with this knowledge.
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    • It is this: that total spiritual activity must include the creative
    • illnesses and bodily illnesses, and the physician and priest must be
    • must accept the term “psychoid.” Well, if you want to
    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • must be asked: How is it possible for active, creative thinking to
    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • things that must be faced. But how can we come to creative thoughts?
    • their very nature they themselves are creative. One must re-create if
    • time the place of spring's beginning must again be in the very same
    • Thinking can't go any further. Clairvoyance must then come to our
    • breathing. Now we find — again, of course, we must use
    • the ego. Just as we must grasp the connection of our physical body to
    • the large time interval, the Platonic cosmic year, so we must grasp
    • But now we must ask, what is this rhythm of sleeping and waking?
    • In other words, we must keep a proper balance within; we must be so
    • must more and more become a part of science.
    • must find in the earth that correspond to our medical needs. The
    • right thoughts — and they come out of the cosmos — must
    • These connections must
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    • the deepest mystery wisdom. For us today this wisdom must be regarded
    • important thing in olden times, to observe what world process must
    • that it concerns rank. You must think of it in this way: if I simply
    • the answer must be — the Being whom we call the Father when we
    • — and will undergo further evolution, so must humans themselves
    • medical science. It is this to which I must point at the conclusion
    • Spirit to Christ, from Christ to the Spirit. Its highest service must
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
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    • importance. We must inquire, therefore, first of all into the reason
    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • theologians and the physicians must understand what is now going to
    • bring it about. But things have come to light that must be corrected
    • during this course. A proper working together must certainly not be
    • the other hand, physicians must be clearly aware of the position they
    • must always hold — in the sense just described — toward
    • the other hand, physicians must develop a special conception of their
    • profession; they must learn through pastoral medicine that something
    • is a healthful cooperation possible. One must not want to heal with
    • But one must realize that both are divine service. The more fully
    • movement must not be allowed to become an area where everything is
    • Anthroposophy must not become propaganda for quackery. Theologians
    • must not be allowed to become quacks.
    • anthroposophical physician. But the following must also become an
    • It must be quite clear why we have structured it in this way.
    • activity on the reality of the sacraments, the priest must be
    • for instance, the anointing that the priest must perform at the
    • Here we must grasp an
    • must be reestablished. It must become active again.
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    • branches of human knowledge must be liberated from a certain coarse
    • students, for instance, must spend in their course would not be
    • fashion today that if there's something new to be included, you must
    • — there really are such men in Catholicism; one must not
    • worth except external worth. One must really rest in God with one's
    • must consider them to be extremely retarded, but in conversation with
    • priest must find ways and means to relate to what such a person
    • philistine paths; they have to travel other ways. Priests must be
    • tremendous instability and something must be done about it. Usually
    • human beings must know themselves. And they demand complete knowledge
    • everything will be given them through grace and they must wait. They
    • talk about passive prayer, passive meditation, that they must not
    • wants to give it to them. Here the priest must have a fine instinct
    • housewife who must spend her days in the kitchen or something similar
    • You see, one must
    • medicine and theology a real insight into human nature. One must be
    • human being that must first be met with understanding; then it can
    • completely penetrate the organism. Also there must be a certain
    • All these things must
    • physicians or priests are confronted by these things, and they must
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    • exercises must be so oriented that they strengthen the ego
    • example how a study of the inner spiritual, karmic development must
    • must live into them on the pathological, physiological side that
    • opens up for them. Priests must live into them in the theological and
    • must be stressed again and again.
    • You must still see
    • worse. For you must remember: a decision of free will is at every
    • scales must be built so that this spot will not need to be disturbed.
    • must be trained to understand the conditions under which a person is
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    • irresponsibility as the physician and the priest must know them.
    • a human being? What is not inherited and must come to the human being
    • picture must be modified somewhat. For if this abstract assertion
    • take place in seven- to eight-year periods; but we must distinguish
    • teeth. And from that statement the understanding must follow that the
    • general form. Naturally, the universal human model must be preserved,
    • heredity but must be recognized as a copy of the inherited model. The
    • the sunshine. One must understand that — how humanity stands
    • life period in which we must form our own third body (the fourth when
    • must still renew them. Up to the twenty-first or twenty-second year,
    • the world, whoever looks consciously out into the world, must say,
    • toward which we have been striving, and from which we must go on. We
    • away from it. You must realize that it is a kind of zero point, a
    • dilettante — then one must ask oneself, has too much, perhaps,
    • that must be brought again into our knowledge of the human being if
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    • They'll tell you if you let them ramble on — you mustn't ask
    • questions, you must just snap up what they tell as it were by chance
    • typical outcome. You must then think of the corresponding lighter
    • changes in the sphere of the will. To these one must pay attention,
    • One will encounter the following — again, one must pay
    • the Waldorf school pedagogy wants to be, must definitely oppose. Yet
    • Sometimes our Waldorf school education must address certain things
    • pathological, which must in any case be recognized as “cultural
    • phenomena.” These things cannot merely be criticized, they must
    • belong together. But they must be examined from these two aspects. If
    • here and that there is a connection between the two poles, must be
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    • repeated earth-lives must sometimes relate itself to entirely
    • cannot remain a mere word to us. We must learn how to relate our
    • healing activity to karma. For this, we must first be fully aware of
    • materialistic beliefs. These things must simply be looked at without
    • element into his external life.Now we must look at a singular
    • fear of madness so overwhelms him that he must return at once to
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
    • Likewise, we must be able to see how karma is working in such an
    • work must relate to facts. If it takes hold of facts, then it will be
    • illnesses as well. But we must first open up the way to see that
    • right way. They must observe these things with their whole being from
    • — to dancing around the golden calf — these things must be
    • within the anthroposophical movement. But a beginning must be made.
    • It must be initiated here; at least the indications must be given for
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    • have originated. He also took it for granted that these must have
    • This is a serious situation, and it must be reckoned with by anyone
    • We must indeed advance
    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • process is an activity of the astral body. We must picture it in this
    • now this is what we must see: in the coarse inhalation-exhalation of
    • researched externally. Inquiry must be made into the process of the
    • life ether is taken up. It must provide the life ether for itself
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    • must go out beyond humanity. For everywhere humanity stands in some
    • one must have, the rounding form pushing into the ground. We must see
    • in the linear striving upward we must see the presence of sun forces
    • on the earth. In the root's striving toward roundness we must see the
    • the plant as it pushes toward the Sun, we must see that the sun
    • must realize that these forces alone would not be able to form the
    • sense perception. Thought must be understood as preceding the sense
    • of past karma. If we understand the human head properly, we must say
    • the paths of outgoing karma? To know that, we must acquaint ourselves
    • is formed, a physical world arises within the human being that must
    • spiritual embryo. Then the possibility is given for forming what must
    • said yesterday. When the sun forces are going in, first they must
    • stop for the light; second, they must stop for the macrocosmic
    • chemism; third, they must stop for the life. The Saturn forces bring
    • restore it to order again, we must search in outer nature for a
    • universe. This must not be presented to humanity as an abstraction,
    • superspirituality, that is, illness. Medical measures must be
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    • must play themselves out. The physical body has to do with physical
    • must be aware of this contradiction in the human being precisely
    • certain conditions. And it must not prevent us from examining the
    • process is still always going on in the physical body; it must be
    • there must be just as much of the catabolic processes as a person
    • body. Then we must search in the plant kingdom for the proper
    • corresponding remedy. This is the direction our work must take.
    • One must recognize the
    • must know, because in reality one heals the human being through the
    • beings with the temple research. We must find the way to change over
    • physicians must more and more become really practical individuals
    • other side, the side that the priest must see. We think of the
    • spiritual point of view, then what must the priest look for? The
    • The priest must deal with all the normal or abnormal symptoms that
    • somnambulists must now be again established by human beings
    • connections. In this area, experiment must give way to
    • when I hear them say, “The first thing we must do is to join
    • sense to be ill. One must fill one's whole being with this knowledge.
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    • It is this: that total spiritual activity must include the creative
    • illnesses and bodily illnesses, and the physician and priest must be
    • must accept the term “psychoid.” Well, if you want to
    • else must itself be around somewhere. You can't speak of apelike
    • must be realized. And the individuals in the anthroposophical
    • must be asked: How is it possible for active, creative thinking to
    • arise out of today's passive thinking? How must priests and
    • things that must be faced. But how can we come to creative thoughts?
    • their very nature they themselves are creative. One must re-create if
    • time the place of spring's beginning must again be in the very same
    • Thinking can't go any further. Clairvoyance must then come to our
    • breathing. Now we find — again, of course, we must use
    • the ego. Just as we must grasp the connection of our physical body to
    • the large time interval, the Platonic cosmic year, so we must grasp
    • But now we must ask, what is this rhythm of sleeping and waking?
    • In other words, we must keep a proper balance within; we must be so
    • must more and more become a part of science.
    • must find in the earth that correspond to our medical needs. The
    • right thoughts — and they come out of the cosmos — must
    • These connections must
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    • the deepest mystery wisdom. For us today this wisdom must be regarded
    • important thing in olden times, to observe what world process must
    • that it concerns rank. You must think of it in this way: if I simply
    • the answer must be — the Being whom we call the Father when we
    • — and will undergo further evolution, so must humans themselves
    • medical science. It is this to which I must point at the conclusion
    • Spirit to Christ, from Christ to the Spirit. Its highest service must
    • must have for its crowning endeavor the comprehension of what is
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    • must not be mistaken for a description of things and events in the
    • physical sense-world; something comes into existence which we must
    • back historically, or geologically, we must realise that, if we are
    • distant past at which we must leave the field of the
    • in some measure the power of these archetypal words we must disregard
    • old when these sounds worked creatively in him. In fact we must find
    • First of all we must
    • souls in the right way, there must arise before us — in the
    • Furthermore we must be aware that throughout the whole of the Saturn,
    • full of material images, we must also be conscious that the
    • beginning God created ...), must in no wise associate it with any
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    • their science must necessarily prove so hopelessly amateurish in face
    • these subjects. Only, as far as possible, I must confine myself to
    • tohu wabohu we must try to recapture a picture of what it
    • face of the waters (English A.V.) — we must take into
    • consideration something else. We must once more turn our attention to
    • from Saturn to Sun, we must say that Saturn still weaves solely in
    • soul-spiritual of the Elohim. But we must not think of the Elohim as
    • the very matter of their cogitation. So we must not think of them as
    • human, but we must certainly envisage that there is already in their
    • must go into more closely if we would understand how the spirit of
    • with the haschamayim we must not think only of the light,
    • So we must think of
    • the Beings of the Elohim as spread over the whole cosmos, we must
    • body; of the warmth as a somewhat higher form; and we must think of
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    • earlier stage of evolution. I must keep on using the illustration of
    • form. We must get a firm grasp of that, otherwise we shall be all at
    • must expect to see all that had gradually evolved during the Saturn,
    • mineral form. But in saying this we must not think of the mineral of
    • “mineral” condition we must remember that it was not the
    • condition of the planet. Here we must never forget that there was as
    • must not imagine that there were plants on the old Sun in their
    • blossom upward. Obviously there could be no solid plants; one must
    • word in Genesis which expresses this process of separation must! be
    • of the group-soul nature. You must clearly understand that no plants, as
    • knowledge to which we can raise ourselves! Must we not ascribe to
    • you how those who shrouded their deep wisdom in this narrative must
    • must have been fully aware that it was only within this earth element
    • must bear in mind throughout this special characteristic of the seven
    • in all humility and reverence, that man must be something mighty in
    • must lead us in all humility, but also in strength, to a
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    • existence which we call Saturn. We must be quite clear that this
    • my speaking ofa cosmic body consisting only of warmth, I must refer
    • “air” the elementary condition next below warmth, we must
    • this condition of warmth, light and air. Now we must once more make
    • ourselves: “Since there is warmth in this space, there must be
    • describe as “earth” or “solid” must not be
    • states, must consist in the fact that the organising, tonic or
    • creation gives us, quite in accordance with the facts, what we must
    • something sets to work as a still finer condition, one which we must
    • we may know where we are, we must be able to give them their proper
    • this question we must first learn to understand Genesis in the right
    • itself. There may of course be such people; but it must be objected
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    • prepared to recognise it; we must be prepared to find it everywhere.
    • of this, we must again go back to the earliest point we can reach in
    • the development of our planet. As we have often said, we must think
    • understand existence, we must be clear that what emerged at an
    • Of course, anyone who supports this theory today must
    • renounced progress — must take their place. And just as the
    • isolated, it is always related to existence as a whole. And we must
    • the Elohim, they must inweave into their own work in an orderly
    • Thus we must never
    • Thus we must say that
    • and they placed beside the Archai the Beings who must of necessity be
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    • course you must never lose sight of our essential preoccupation as
    • link with what must have affected us in past epochs. This is how we
    • regions to its deeper source. We must always bear this in mind. And
    • we must not be content to voice it as a theory, but the conviction
    • must pass over into our flesh and blood, that in clinging to external
    • means of making existence comprehensible. We must be clear that when
    • But you must not
    • thought would be there. You must distinguish between two things. The
    • must certainly think of the cosmic act of meditation of the Elohim
    • You must make
    • yourselves familiar with such ideas. You must get used to the thought
    • We must not think
    • beneath our existence. And in this way we must accustom ourselves to
    • But we must not stop short at the empty theory that the external
    • work to make preparation for man. But they must also have been aware
    • had to happen of which we must try to grasp the significance. They
    • traditions. We must separate them again.” This line of research
    • man could have written both, and Goethe must therefore be a mythical
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    • course of evolution. We must get used to applying the idea of
    • evolution more widely, we must apply it in spheres not usually
    • associated with it today — for instance, we must apply it to
    • expanded his own self to a world. It could be either, and he must
    • later. You must try to get a thorough grasp of what I am telling you.
    • their human stage on the Moon, that they must therefore have had on
    • spiritual sound, and life-ether — we must place them in the
    • that every word that stands there must be sacred to us, and equally
    • that nothing essential must be omitted.
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    • evolutions have entered into the development of our earth. We must of
    • does correspond more or less to our word “man.” But we must
    • “days” we must not expect to find man in the region of
    • appropriate physical laws; we must expect to find him in a
    • being has to come about. This soul-spiritual element must gradually
    • astral body must have streamed to man from the astral world, the
    • world of the stars, and the world of the stars must have been present
    • day the stars, the astra, must have unfolded their activity
    • But we must still
    • you must still call that physical existence, and there was such
    • “days” of creation, speaks of Paradise we must look for
    • influence. To express more precisely what we mean by this, we must
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    • During Lemuria we must think of the earth
    • as the third “day” of creation we must not think that the
    • earth, but we must give full weight to the phrase “after his
    • condition of the earth. We must put it at the point where it says
    • But we must bear in
    • the astral body that we must have in mind, when we contemplate the
    • But now we must turn
    • physical. We must become ever clearer that always behind the coarser
    • the good effects of the moon forces. For we must speak of good moon
    • imprinted this moon-earth-dust into the human body. So there must
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    • from outside. Thus we must think of the process of the moon's
    • We must not fail once
    • We must try to get a
    • the same in all men. As regards their sex we must distinguish. The
    • approaches the matter from the point of view of philology. One must
    • evolution is very complicated. We must think of all that happened on
    • the six “days” of creation, that is to say, we must think
    • promotion to become Jahve-Elohim. But we must not conceive
    • Jahve-Elohim as the entire hierarchy of the Elohim united; we must
    • And now we must call
    • just been saying is correct, then we must regard the Jahve-man, the
    • speaks of the descendants of Noah. Thus this passage must be
    • must say that first there appear two branches, the birds and the
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    • determine the time of the Easter festival, note must be taken each
    • festival must not be determined by ordinary earthly conditions; it is
    • must now be vanquished and superseded. In order to see the whole
    • and indeed if we would understand history as it truly is, we must come
    • the spiritual, he must exert himself inwardly and draw it forth from
    • world of sense. A time had to come when man must perforce lift himself
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • vision of the senses, Paul knew that he must be giving himself up to
    • delusions, he must be mistaking some demon for the Christ.
    • there. But you must find Him; He must come again for
    • must develop a new kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the
    • Again and again we must ask: What is a festival such as that of
    • Men must learn to feel these things deeply in their hearts. We
    • pointed out what a fine spiritual nature such as Herman Grimm must
    • Such a view of the ordering of the world must inevitably arise in a
    • earth. The time has come when man must realise with full and clear
    • being crucified upon the cross of its own materialism. But man must do
    • out of which a resurrection must take place — until they see
    • How can we acquire this right again? We must take the thought of
    • must take this thought and unite it with the other thought which I
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    • illusions to which people readily succumb to-day that must be heeded,
    • but something else ... We must not listen to what individual dreamers
    • path must inevitably lead downhill until a sufficiently large number
    • must establish his relation to knowledge through inner
    • initiative: that there must be a community of those whom he
    • times the spirit-and-soul shone through it. The spirit-and-soul must
    • known; direct knowledge alone can reveal these things. The age must be
    • to man beyond death — this is what must become reality.
    • What must be understood with regard to Christianity to-day is that
    • man must train himself for the attainment of spiritual knowledge,
    • spiritualising of our civilisation. Must the bridge leading to the
    • death and a new birth — must this bridge be utterly demolished?
    • when these issues must be decided, and they can be decided only by the
    • replacement is a human lie. Men must seek for the spirit
    • world.” If the future is to contain hope, what must be striven
    • must be shouldered, and this can be done only when striving for
    • must arise!”
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    • spiritual-scientific concepts, for they must become actual forces,
    • lay emphasis to-day upon one aspect of what spiritual science must
    • earth, so must knowledge of the spirit be the soul that extends over
    • the globe as a spiritual movement embracing all earthly humanity, must
    • truth you must believe what I believe’ ... and the Buddhist rejoins by
    • To feel this as a reality, we must go deeply into the occult truths
    • understanding must be quickened by the deepest, most intimate occult
    • instead of him, a super-personal event’ ... they must realise that
    • which men have taken and with what must lead them upwards again —
    • god. This deed of a god must be understood in all its truth and
    • soul of the new world. And to this soul, which must reign all
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    • of Christ as Judge of the world, who must be regarded as merely
    • consciousness that the living Spirit must always be victorious over
    • We must always feel profoundly how, in this way, vision and
    • understanding of the spiritual, must be perceived with all clarity.
    • achievements in a certain domain are something that humanity must now
    • the Spirit, particular emphasis must be laid upon the Easter thought.
    • We must learn to understand the Easter thought in all its depths. But
    • thinking must be applied.
    • Just as we must realise that the Christmas thought of birth has
    • realm of trivial sentimentality, so too we must realise how necessary
    • the modern age must be reached in a different, more conscious way
    • This is what the Easter thought must call up in us to-day. Easter
    • must become an inner festival, a festival in which we celebrate in
    • Cross we must behold the Victor Who remains unaffected by birth as
    • We must grasp with the whole range of our feelings — not with
    • we must again acquire. And be it remembered that even in the days of
    • transformed. The Good Friday mood must be one that realises when
    • deathless.” — In his own eternal being man must unite with
    • We must be aware of what has actually happened in consequence of
    • sufficiently large number of men realise that the Spirit must come to
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    • thinking — was already active, we must be quite clear that in
    • that of the higher animals, must never be compared with human
    • seem to him as crucial as they must inevitably be to-day.
    • You must approach this matter with a certain freedom from bias,
    •  “interest in death. But since you must needs be concerned
    •  “with death, you must strengthen your perceptive faculty
    • activity must be unfolded.
    • ready-made, but utterly nebulous. People do not muster the courage
    • to-day to penetrate into the wisdom of the gods. But this must happen.
    • present in itself. But to use it, a man must be able to see, to
    • grandeur in it. If we are to understand these things we must no longer
    • which lie at the opposite pole. We must understand what it means that
    • instinctively by the old metabolism-born knowledge, must be
    • that time must inevitably be a matter of concern to them — in
    • disposal of human knowledge, human feelings, and human will, must be
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    • envisage what the mid-Atlantean man saw and perceived, but you must
    • forms. The etheric body must release itself again in order that man's
    • We must realise that the etheric body, which has descended very
    • deeply into the physical body, must now take the path upwards,
    • formerly reality — in the physical sense — must gradually be
    • body, they must inevitably experience, but regard it as a phantasy,
    • he must have consciousness of what will then present itself to the
    • between the religious life and the life of knowledge must never be
    • gods he will again return. But he must be able to recognise them; he
    • must know that in very truth the gods are realities. When the etheric
    • then for all ages of time he must dangle, as it were, in mid-air. He
    • manner of his own life must be if, for all ages of time, he is to be
    • material life, so must he be lifted again to knowledge of the Spirit.
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    • resurrection of the spirit of man and of mankind, we must come
    • legends as profound as this one. We must remain in reverent awe at a
    • therefore, processes which take place within the human being must
    • correspond with processes in the universe outside. We must be able to
    • body, in all its members, must be permeated so deeply with spirit
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • But still more must be spiritualised in man. When his whole
    • expression of the ‘I’ must be spiritualised. The blood must be laid
    • corporeality. But he must return again to spirituality, he must cast
    • incorruptible body must wait in the secret cave until it is drawn
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    • to-day must be brought to realise what the Mystery of Golgotha
    • thirst for existence, learned that they must strive to free themselves
    • of Golgotha the corpse was the sign that suffering must be the lot of
    • Mankind must arrive at a similar understanding about the
    • they must renounce anything, it is for the sake of purification, and
    • must allow themselves to be summoned through spiritual science to
    • Christ-‘I’ may be received into their being. To this end they must
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    • child cannot speak, cannot think; everything must be done for it by
    • coming to our ego, we have to trace this fact, that must sink more and
    • if we must therefore say that the blood flowing in men's veins goes
    • back to that human pair, we can ask: Where must we look for the origin
    • ordinary ego within us? For the answer we must turn to what arose from
    • indeed we must turn to what happens when a man goes through the gate
    • must now be spoken of.) When a man has passed through the gate of
    • this is a reality for every true occultist — we must say that
    • after the same pattern. Suppose someone has done a bad action; he must
    • appearing to their soul is a forewarning of the karmic deed that must
    • compensating deed, which must come about in future. From this fact it
    • through Spiritual Science. For the Christ-event must be prepared for
    • rebirth. They, too, must wait until they can prepare for it on their
    • the external world of space, vanishes away; we must learn to recognise
    • mankind. We must be aware that we have in fact a certain task to
    • We must look upon it, in a sense, as a mark of distinction bestowed by
    • To-day people must have knowledge of everything and should no longer
    • not rest on genuine understanding. We must ask more questions about
    • other questions must be put: Does faith, as such, mean anything for
    • soul. In our soul we must have what enables us to look towards a
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    • scientifically; as Anthroposophists we must rise to an ever fuller
    • place. So we must be clear that it is only because of their
    • replica of what is real in the spiritual worlds; we must expect the
    • Mystery-truths that must be absorbed if torment is to be avoided in
    • on the other hand we must not be unduly grieved or pessimistic about
    • That is one thing we must learn from the whole character of the great
    • ego must come for all souls; but it will mean disaster for those who
    • must gradually become widespread in the sixth culture-epoch. Then in a
    • To understand what it is that must come about increasingly in this
    • future this must be added — that as we advance, it will no longer
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    • the Cosmos. Our attention must be turned to this: to that wider
    • One thing must be admitted by anyone who transcends the narrow
    • must indeed be trivial compared with that which spreads out as a wider
    • if we are to understand the human being, we must apply ourselves to
    • and into these substances and groups or organs, we must pour that
    • To that end, just as we must have fingers to grip an object in the
    • physical world, just as we must perceive an object in order to grasp
    • it — even as we must have the necessary organs and also must have
    • learnt to grasp a thing — so must we have learnt to attach
    • we must insert our psychic-spiritual essence into all these quite
    • general organs, and fashion them individually. We must learn to know
    • physical world we must have knowledge, and not only knowledge but
    • how little do we really know of it through external science? We must
    • life, so we must also acquire between death and rebirth the power of
    • being men in physical life. We must keep this in view. It must be
    • must realise through that other knowledge which we have to assimilate
    • Now, you see, just as in the life between birth and death the Ego must
    • in childhood to which one can go back, so must it be also in the life
    • between death and rebirth. There, too, we must always have the
    • really proceeds from this. And I must again specially emphasise this,
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    • life-strength in later years. It must be admitted that the valuable
    • mantram which must often be uttered during these days in connection
    • strengthened by the knowledge that we must thank our departed friends
    • peoples belonging to the Roman Empire, we must say that the wars which
    • issue, we must consider all the historical results. For these
    • times of ours, on the spiritual which mankind must learn to grasp. For
    • Science must advocate, in contradistinction to that which is otherwise
    • with such a thought we must make ourselves acquainted, for it is again
    • must really so grasp the more intimate work in our groups as to be
    • those who are unprepared. In our group meetings there must
    • beginning. But this intimacy within the life of the groups must make
    • support each other. But for this, we must ourselves acquire the right
    • for the truth of this spiritual knowledge. I must often appeal to
    • tableau. You must quite clearly understand what a man there really
    • acquaintance with these souls. First of all we must recognise the fact
    • following idea arises in me: It is there, but I must accomplish an
    • he has to deal with; he knows he must be active or passive, according
    • the force which must work as opposition; that is, while I undergo this
    • into our souls the force which we must take up between death and
    • must be clear that the whole mode of feeling common to the dead is
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    • this, we must to-day begin by penetrating a little into the structure
    • of man, with which we are already acquainted, but which we must go
    • his soul to the entire Cosmos, he changes absolutely. We must already
    • in this physical body. Rather must one say that instead of perceiving
    • accomplishes must naturally be thought of as permeated by the astral
    • question is then a kind of introduction to the answer which must then
    • arise from the clairvoyant observation. For example; one must say:
    • affect one. But one must first acquire perception for them. It is
    • One knows they are there. But if a man is to perceive them, he must
    • must be brought into an ‘Imagination.’ That which is
    • the strictest sense of the words. Something else must be mingled with
    • We must always bear in mind that we should not imagine men living on
    • gloomy in the spiritual life; that one must first bring everything to
    • themselves to-day: Why must so many men be called into the spiritual
    • that there must be carried into the spiritual world the possibility of
    • We must take such things not only intellectually but unite them deeply
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    • he passes here, while incarnated in a physical body. We must
    • the conceptions needed for our acting, thinking, feeling, etc. We must
    • world. Now we know, and this must be especially clear to us from the
    • living in the spiritual world must continually be active in order to
    • is quite near them, but in order to perceive it, they must exert inner
    • presence;’ and then one must, as it were, inwardly experience
    • the discarnate soul must produce the picture of a soul that is already
    • in the spiritual world entirely from itself, and it must be thoroughly
    • The important distinction must be firmly retained, that while man here
    • from there it is the ‘other world;’ but the soul must exert
    • perceptible, and must always construct it for itself. Thus when man is
    • in the spiritual world, it is that world on which he must continually
    • investigator must investigate. Of what significance is it to one who
    • question arises it must first of all be thoroughly experienced. One
    • must live into it. If one begins to speculate as to a possible
    • spiritual world as by an act of grace. One must wait. There is really
    • everything must be proved,’ I should like to put one question:
    • the spiritual world one must experience that which is reality.
    • but nevertheless it must be experienced as the truth. For example, if
    • world a man must bring forth artistic creation out of his own soul,
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    • varied sides, as must be done in Spiritual Science.
    • consideration, must be brought into connection with much that should
    • this memory should not be severed. We must remember back to a certain
    • people, we must recollect becoming aware of the individual self, the
    • point already described. We must presuppose that we have been
    • in the memory; for we must always behold it over and over again and
    • ordinary things, for one must bring it ever again out of the spiritual
    • world. That which lives in the thought must be produced anew. Both the
    • soul and the spirit must be active in such a case and must bring forth
    • a memory. When, however, we enter the spiritual world we must be
    • reveal themselves — a ceaseless activity begins. But one must
    • must actively co-operate. What it produces arises from the objective
    • reality, but man must take part in this production of concepts. In
    • Above all we must understand this world as spiritual, and not think of
    • must conceive of it as spiritual. I have often drawn attention to the
    • reason why just in our time there must be produced from out the
    • must presuppose that some considerable time has elapsed, and the
    • him as if this “something” must be that Markus Freund, the
    • And we must also recollect what this author mentions as preceding the
    • must have known a man who really had such experiences in the course of
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    • whole must gradually re-acquire through its own efforts. We then see
    • world through which he had to pass, and from and beyond which he must
    • the lamps must be lit earlier, and that it is cold in winter and warm
    • ‘spectator’ already characterised. It must continually be
    • spiritual life, which must indeed exist, just as the darkness in
    • external nature must also exist; but which we must perceive and of the
    • existence of which we must become aware. We are living through a
    • people say: ‘In our epoch we must think a great deal if we want
    • of belief in authority; and so we must listen to the theologians, who
    • we have got beyond the epoch of belief in authority we must leave it
    • earnestness. It is a sagacious thought. One must be a clever man in
    • The matter has, however, really another aspect. We must be clear that
    • it has to give must naturally always remain incomprehensible to those
    • must be followed if these thoughts are to grasp what Spiritual Science
    • ‘You must go further and further. You must perfect your ideas
    • each day. You must develop the belief that your ideas can lead you
    • December, 1915. The book must be finished and will reproduce my
    • must be utterly lacking when a man unconditionally ascribes cleverness
    • to himself on this 21st December, 1915. Humility must be lacking. Now
    • you will say: ‘These people must be stupid if they regard
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    • being must pass through the experiences of these twelve stages. He
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    • action. With this must be considered the concept of cause and effect.
    • becomes his karma. What he himself has worked into it must have a
    • through his organs. After death what he is thus accustomed to must
    • He must observe this for as long as is needed for it to reach a
    • own choice he can work on his etheric body, he must at least, to a
    • still existing karma. If I begin to work into my etheric body, I must
    • From this aspect we must consider the entrance of Christ into world
    • can be transformed into rhythm. Rhythm must be instilled into them
    • impulse must come from the East in order to bring into, them a more
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    • There are three elements in evolution which must be differentiated:
    • plants. When we speak of these we must be clear that we are not only
    • The plants can also speak and answer us, only we must learn to observe
    • must transfer one's consciousness, into the plant. Then one becomes
    • The three parts of the brain (thinking, feeling, willing) must later
    • become completely separated. Then man's consciousness must be master
    • this he must have a Kama-pranasic consciousness. Today he has only a
    • In this way one must differentiate the members of the cross of
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    • beings. For this he must have gained control of the point midway
    • To arrive at such guiding threads as these, one must bring one's
    • to practical use. One must accustom oneself to developing one's way of
    • esoteric pupil must then out of himself connect a definite feeling
    • pity, he must consciously add this feeling to it. To the front of the
    • He must then control the three parts
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    • sphere of the occult. The occultist must not ask: Has the stone life?
    • the attitude of mind that must be cultivated.
    • the fluid and the gaseous or airy. The solid must be distinguished
    • develop no warmth are also without passion. At higher levels man must
    • planes. We must only ask: Where has each element, the solid, the
    • corresponding organ which we must have, in order to be able to produce
    • must be washed in the blood of the heart.’ Then our heart's blood
    • a bell, its innermost being. Warmth must flow from the being itself.
    • the pituitary gland as active organs, must develop into the organ of
    • In his development man must now approach the forces of the Shushupti
    • Now however Buddhi-Manas must also begin its development. Man must
    • learn something beyond speech. Another force must be united with
    • elemental force that has in it something of Buddhi-Manas, which must
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    • and in this connection we must clearly differentiate between receptive
    • The colour must however first be produced in order that we may
    • perceive it; we must therefore be confronted with another being who
    • approaches our senses, there must also be a soul to receive it; but
    • conversely something must also be present in order that the sense
    • what is revealed we must assume the revealers, beings of will nature;
    • needs other beings. Now man must incarnate in a bodily form determined
    • annihilated, but purified. The negative pole must be led upwards to a
    • undefined, but one must conceive something quite definite underlying
    • it. Thus in the case of the lion man must say to himself: That art
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    • understand it we must be clear about the further development of man.
    • adaptation. After each incarnation man must ascend again to Devachan
    • new, the true Wisdom, Buddhi, which until that time must be fostered
    • Future evolution must be prepared for. What man already produces from
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    • existed as it is now. We must understand that man belongs to the great
    • earth. On the large scale as in the single details, one must bear in
    • reincarnated today he must as a child learn quite other things. As a
    • child he must learn to write. The stream of culture has meanwhile
    • progressed. One must distinguish between the stream of culture and the
    • development of the individual soul. As a child one must catch up with
    • the civilisation and for this reason one must be born again as a
    • Now we must ask: What causes such utterly different conditions on
    • reckoned together as one. There must come a time in which the woman
    • impulse must come into the world. When one epoch comes to an end
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    • To see how the auric egg has been formed we must consider the
    • be manifested, the Earth must pass over into an astral condition in
    • physical plane remain in the Astral Light. One must accustom oneself
    • impulses. One must hold fast to these and consciously transpose them
    • one seeks for him in the lower spheres. And one must study all these
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    • We must only direct our senses outwards in order to have the physical
    • space and time. All this has a transient value. One must therefore
    • “Before the eyes can see they must give up tears”, [The
    • they must be incapable of tears.”] holds good for all times and
    • contemplation of physical things belongs more to the Ego. One must
    • with his desires. On the physical plane he must learn to renounce, to
    • We must therefore seek in the higher worlds for something lying
    • the physical world. Hence, we must consider the wishes of the
    • self-awareness only in the physical world. He must traverse the entire
    • little of it. When however he comes to his last incarnation, he must
    • does live, swinging pendulum-wise between truth and error. He must
    • by the Gods, the Devas. Because this is so man must dream and sleep.
    • must therefore at times leave the body. Man must sleep in order that
    • One must understand this sequence of delicate concepts; then one
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    • nature of the physical eye. So too one must abstract from the entire
    • Today, in order to realise that this is so, one must in the first
    • order to do this we must, as it were, take up our position under a
    • a teaching — today it has become different, today man must find
    • somewhat as follows: ‘Every day for about six weeks you must spend
    • Now we must ask ourselves how the different parts of the human body
    • has not permeated the entire astral body, so long must the Deva forces
    • can acquire objective knowledge on the physical plane he must direct
    • etheric body that is lacking must be replaced for him by the external
    • him from outside. Help must be brought to him from without. Thus in
    • must break himself from this longing for the outer-world. Kamaloka
    • where habits must be relinquished. It is because man can no longer
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    • have yet to ascend to higher stages. We must realise that we have a
    • is not brought about from within. One must accustom oneself to speak
    • therefore the various forces which proceed from human beings must be
    • brought into harmony. What people do must have a general effect, and
    • this must be made to serve a useful purpose in the world. The beings
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    • Again and again we must make clear to ourselves that this sojourn in
    • entered into the physical world as a being who must find his own way.
    • separateness must be overcome. This we do when we form human
    • understand that we must draw out of the physical plane what we need to
    • He must build himself a home on the other side. When the disciples
    • behind as slag. Something must remain behind from the Earth that is
    • destined to become later what the moon is today. This must be overcome
    • moment when the Earth must draw away from further planetary evolution.
    • Mankind must go
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    • himself must learn to use the symbols, the signs. Thus in order to
    • today we must still describe many things with Indian words. But
    • as the ego has been formed through these other kingdoms, so must it
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    • we are now going to approach, we must be able to form a conception of
    • himself. To this must be added what he acquired in the time following
    • of human thoughts. Anyone wishing to work for the future must however
    • would attain to this must become completely free from Karma. He can
    • How does the human being ascend to Nirvana? We must look back into
    • must be clearly differentiated. Everything that surrounds us in Nature
    • If therefore we must say: Man appeared on the earth in the middle of
    • this he had created no individual Karma; we must ask ourselves: Where
    • for action, no logic for deeds. Everyone must act for himself. But
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    • Akashic substance into which our words penetrate. We must take this up
    • into our feeling life; this is why we must pay such heed to our words.
    • must think in pictures, in images; that means ‘to imagine’. In this
    • Geist) receives the power of healing (heilen). This must be in harmony
    • possesses Intuition; or he must receive it from the high initiates in
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    • we must go back a certain way in the development of humanity. If we
    • no frontal brain and no intellect he should say to himself: I must
    • legs. One must picture two people of the present day, man and woman,
    • One must conceive the descent of the ‘Sons of Manas’ in this pictorial
    • is karmically connected with it, this human bell must immediately be
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    • things about which we must be perfectly clear.
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    • To understand what part man takes in astral happenings, we must
    • we must certainly not imagine that because of this only physical
    • higher self. Man must be clear that the higher self is outside him.
    • Were he to seek for it within himself, he would never find it. He must
    • wish to approach it more closely, we must seek it above all in the
    • must seek for it where it already is today, with the higher
    • have had with the earth. The satisfaction of desires must be put
    • Everything that can only be satisfied through the physical body must
    • individuality but must be looked upon as a continuation of verses
    • Now we must try to understand another and similar moment, namely the
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    • reincarnation, we must, to begin with, make ourselves acquainted with
    • When in Nature an effect like heat arises this heat must be withdrawn
    • finds its expression on the physical plane. We must bear this
    • difference in mind. We must be perfectly clear about the fact that
    • forces cannot be perceived on the physical plane, but they must also
    • When we concentrate on a plant in the same way as on a crystal we must
    • dwell much longer with our mental imagery on the plant, for we must
    • this takes longer than in the case of the mineral. One must look at
    • Now we must ask ourselves; what force is active in the plants,
    • million people hold their own view about it, the problem must find the
    • is to live in thought on the Devachanic Plane, one must grasp thought
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    • We must learn to know man as a duality: as the Monad and what clothes
    • can happen the Monad must develop a thirst to know the lower regions.
    • This thirst must be taken for granted. As Monad one can only learn to
    • etheric mass. We must think of the body as put together out of ten
    • this case they must fall back again into the thirst of the Monad (for
    • point of time we must go out of ourselves and work selflessly in our
    • surroundings. We must make possible this going out from ourselves in
    • must describe as the progress of man in his inner life. What is
    • higher, outside ourselves, we must seek to approach. Therefore our
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    • too does not grow out of nothing. A seed must be planted into the
    • Adepts came to them and said: You must not follow Jehovah. He will not
    • arose at this time. Because of it man became uncertain; he must now
    • higher and higher. By so doing he condemns man to suffering. Man must
    • longer he remains in Devachan the more of this can he develop. He must
    • with this Principle one must first love the Earth, one must descend on
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    • Rupa and an Arupa Globe will have similar conditions. Man must refine
    • again proceed on his way at a higher stage. For this reason he must
    • the soil have become parasitic, they must still always grow on plants,
    • must later redeem them. After the Seventh Round and a Pralaya he will
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    • Each one of such conditions of consciousness must go through all the
    • wishes to conjure up a thought, one must draw the figure in question
    • What one must specially bear in mind is that from the outset things
    • Each kingdom must go through seven Forms:
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    • Planet we must consider seven Rounds. The passing through a Round may
    • is mere wisdom; this must be overcome. True wisdom lies in the heart;
    • this is why the serpent's head must be trodden underfoot. In the
    • always come again. Hercules must keep the blood at a distance (Kama),
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    • combination, but it must grow out of what is already there. This is a
    • something new we must say to ourselves: to make this possible a seed
    • substance. This out streaming must then be continually worked upon and
    • The concept of consciousness must become a little clearer to us. We
    • must work out fully the concept of consciousness on a particular
    • plane while the body of such a being lies in the astral. We must think
    • must continually work with Karma. In his next life he must put right
    • that he must rectify. What takes place on a large scale on the Earth,
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    • not yet opened to the outer world. We must imagine the same force
    • mystic must be an investigator of the inner. He attempts to seek out
    • The Fifth Root-Race will bring man to his downfall through what must
    • original Semites. Man must first find himself, but then again must
    • also surrender himself He must surrender himself to what makes thought
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    • must however ask: where do the bacilli come from? They are just as
    • disturbers of human life we must ask: Where do they come from? What
    • We can estimate to what degree the esoteric schools must rouse a
    • The things that must come about fulfil themselves with an inner
    • beings one must say: They did not live in an environment such as the
    • only something externally material. One must examine oxygen in the
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    • of knowledge and wisdom, but we must strictly bear in mind that our
    • must ask: How was it originally brought about that milk, as it then
    • mankind into existence. These productive forces must also be health
    • Bread and Wine must again be sacrificed, must be given up. Thus as
    • not bring it about. For this he must first pass over to the
    • in the East. But the Old must activate the New. Wherever in our time
    • Now a leap must be made as though from one shore to another, to the
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    • must realise that this great primal spiritual teaching underwent a
    • ancient Indians, must conceive it as the absolute Good. Evil, the
    • must only consider where it is. When you look at a criminal through
    • World-process, was regarded as the goal. It was said: The Good must be
    • but what must of necessity come about. ‘Israel’ means: He who leads
    • One must get to know such relationships between peoples, then one will
    • Theosophy must not be only what is carried over from the old, from
    • must arise out of the seeds which slumber in the East of Europe,
    • ourselves in Central Europe are the advance post. Eastern Europe must
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    • greatest riddle is himself, it must also be emphasized that each
    • of the center of his being something that must be the fruit of
    • truth, for example, that psycho-spiritual entities must be traced back
    • completely different world, that must seek a father and a mother,
    • answer is that a synthesis must be achieved. When the two streams
    • choleric thus comes across as someone who must always have his way.
    • education, very close attention must be paid to the individual
    • properly carried out, however, one basic principle must be observed,
    • order that we might beat it into him, we must focus on what he has,
    • here a kind of magic word, and we must do everything we can to awaken
    • We must reckon with what we have. We should see to it that the
    • other words, we must fashion the sanguine's environment so that it is
    • teacher must demonstrate an understanding of what goes on around the
    • child. Any showing of incompetence should be avoided. The child must
    • love for a personality. Outwardly, the choleric child must be
    • confronted with challenging situations. He must encounter resistance
    • trials. The child must feel that the teacher has known real pain. Let
    • must reckon with what the child has. The melancholic has a capacity
    • intensifies his despondency and inner suffering; instead, he must be
    • Although we mustn't carry it too far, redirecting the child's
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    • reason why spirit and soul must be dealt with in two separate
    • truly comprehended — must be kept separate, are thrown
    • can bring to realization in my spirit in acts of knowledge, must be
    • which kingdom they belong, then in all kingdoms I must presuppose the
    • that man must be thought of as composed not only of the physical body
    • whole character and method of spiritual-scientific research must to
    • This is a cardinal truth of which sight must never be lost.
    • have not yet received, but which they must acquire.
    • exhausted, when the soul life must go towards death, towards its
    • existence above and apart from the species, which he must develop
    • ego. It is this that must enter human existence; it cannot be
    • that his organs themselves give him no guidance upon what he must
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    • arrangement of its organs. Thus it must be said: the animal's
    • man could achieve anything without organs. So we must be clear that
    • one end. We must, however, grasp him also at the other end. If we
    • opinion of each man in accordance with these characteristics must
    • why some particular instinct or impulse must appear in the animal as
    • not enough simply to take things on trust; we must realize that
    • you must be hypothetical; to talk of it may seem bold to some of you
    • And with this we must reconcile ourselves to the fact that through it
    • This is indeed true and must be admitted by anyone upon whom the work
    • for example, in a work of art, is there — must be there —
    • balance, of individual movement and of the sense of life, but must
    • must be handled with caution. This should, however, make you too
    • For everything must come to naught at last
  • Title: Lecture I: Human Questions and Cosmic Answers
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    • great riddles of existence. Rather did he believe that he must hold
    • The modern initiate must also ask questions, but he must have patience
    • must again learn to have patience. When a man delivers his questions
    • to be plunged in all manner of things, he must not expect that these
    • nature of a revelation. He must wait — and this is easy for him
    • would not be real answers. You must cast your problems into flower and
    • which comes to you as an impression from without — and you must
    • course, that definite questions must be put if answers are to be
    • with spiritual Beings, must first be laid by him within the stream of
    • time. The cosmic element must appear once more, born out of the human
    • existence, he must be able to enter into a spiritual relationship with
    • spiritual Beings, with cosmic Beings. He must not remain a hermit in
    • life, he must not try to settle everything to please himself in his
    • own egotistical way. He must be willing to wait until the cosmos gives
    • We must strive once more for a true knowledge of such phenomena. They
    • we must not absorb such teaching in its old form. Were we to do so, we
    • We must learn again what it really signifies when the sun sends its
    • surrounding space is made free for the passage of those souls who must
    • soul can be reawakened, but man must first win back for himself his
    • must win back for ourselves once more a knowledge and an understanding
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    • to what I shall say in the present lecture, it must be remembered that
    • meant. For it must not be thought that in these happenings the actual
    • must surely be obvious that in the primal nebula conceived by
    • must include the weaving activity of the spiritual. So this
    • Kant-Laplace nebula must be amplified by being regarded as the body of
    • the same way we must go back beyond the Kant-Laplace nebula of the
    • Jupiter-existence. Hence it must not be said that the sun seen by our
    • spiritually through mankind on the Earth. And here an addition must be
    • What must in this way be stated as a fact was discovered, as I said in
    • gained, we must go back to the experiences of the initiates in the
    • world, he must find his way through the spheres of ether to earthly
    • reality, we must say: Venus, Mercury, Moon and the rest, all
    • simple example; When we want to walk we must have certain forces by
    • themselves: What kind of medicament must be administered? When a man
    • control — the initiates realised that copper must be administered
    • that mercury or quicksilver must be administered. In this way they
    • relationship of this plant to the universe must be borne in mind. And
    • But because this is not possible, because we must forever be learning
    • Therefore there must be a concentration of the Mars-forces in the
    • of Mars and Moon, must be kept separated. And for this purpose the Sun
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    • must bring it into relation with the two preceding lectures.
    • tell us that the words must be used in the reverse way. We are
    • view it from outside. The concepts that must be applied here will be
    • following must be said. In the case of a human being we speak of his
    • spirit-and-soul. In the case of the universe, the cosmos, we must
    • words must be used in a different sense.
    • Everything, therefore, is completely reversed and attention must be
    • conform with the reality. Man must be willing to metamorphose his
    • must be fathomed either between death and rebirth, or in the realm of
    • that concepts must be radically transformed if the universe is to be
    • to act out of freedom must be, and is, acquired during earthly
    • longer is so. For in truth it must be said: Here we look
    • outwards from a single point, but we must imagine the point dispersed.
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    • reality, we must not call the rose an entity in the same sense as a
    • rock-crystal. For in terms of reality we must speak in that way only
    • independent existence. Taking a human skeleton by itself, you must, to
    • and so on. Therefore we must not look upon the human skeleton as an
    • We must therefore be clear in our mind what it means to study the
    • existence, to plant-existence. We must see how what belongs to the
    • plant-world, we must imagine this astral element of the plant-world as
    • earth into one organism. Indeed, we must see the relation of the
    • Over-exuberance of the plant-element must always be combated by
    • were, must be pursued not only from the geological angle, but in
    • importance; it must not be imagined, for example, that the
    • which the cosmic forces must also play their part — is prevented.
    • We must realise that such attributes as we find, for instance, in the
    • But you must not think of this in a grossly material sense; it should
    • must not think that by saying this I am giving a materialistic
    • This must, of course, not be carried too far. If a man were to deposit
    • existence but also to the methods which must be applied when human
    • — that goes without saying, but it is not enough. One must also
    • “substantiations” of spiritual processes. One must also be
    • The plants, which must always maintain a relationship to the cosmic
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    • lives in Persephone, the soul must feel its connection with all that
    • bear much that preparations for the performances demands. We must also
    • and this year Steglich of Copenhagen, as well. And many must remain
    • call themselves anthroposophists must grow together in the concrete
    • side, which is for us the positive side, must be repeatedly
    • is. Let us feel that we must never speak of any matter until we have
    • permeated by truthfulness. You must also look for that truthfulness in
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    • some of its secrets and laws, we must go on to speak of the
    • passing moment, “Tarry yet, thou art so fair,” it must
    • to what we call eternity, for which man's soul must constantly long.
    • “How must man tread the path of the soul that is able to lead him
    • evolution — if we consider that mankind must mature to the last
    • exalted must have been the initiation principle that gave the impulse
    • vast a concept — we must first gather up much of all we have
    • already heard in the anthroposophical field. We must be clear that for
    • organs, nor must he gain knowledge of this world or any other world
    • he may call his sense of orientation. He must not form concepts about
    • these worlds in the ordinary way. He must arrive at a stage in which,
    • when prolonged thought about things is necessary, and when one must
    • can no longer get at what one must know since mobility in the physical
    • brain must run parallel with mobility in the etheric body. You may
    • expressed in the physical world, it must be reflected back, and this
    • of fatigue, one might say, “Now you must stop or you will be
    • free resolve, one must say, “So that I may not kill part of my
    • brain and leave it to go on consuming itself, I must stop when I begin
    • In order to describe the corresponding facts, I must, as is often the
    • Now, in the various epochs of humanity there must stream into the
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    • and evolution, we must try to probe into the essential nature of all
    • life of the soul in the real anthroposophical sense, we must gradually
    • For this, we must become familiar with the idea that everything is
    • super-sensible life, well knows that not only must he transform many
    • the Guardian of the Threshold — but he must also lay aside many
    • We will proceed first of all from certain ideas to which we must all
    • stock of himself, he must soon come to the conclusion that in the life
    • world order — must be kept distinct. If we are describing a
    • of what we call moral concepts and ideas. We know that we must do the
    • must affirm, the moral world order enters with authority into our
    • It must repeatedly be emphasised that these two systems of concepts
    • must be kept properly distinct.
    • lose their significance. They must be transformed if we are rightly to
    • must, therefore, always be able to show forth beings having in
    • of the senses, we must apply them to these two kinds of beings. In the
    • a world where it must have these feelings about beauty and ugliness,
    • much in its whole mode of feeling must undergo a change. It is quite
    • the expression beautiful must be used of a being who is felt to be
    • honest and upright, while the opposite feeling must be called ugly.
    • must be acquired if expressions of the sense world are to be used of
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    • experiences man must undergo in the natural crossing from life in the
    • right way, we must first ask what man knows about himself in ordinary
    • which, to be rightly understood must be interpreted by the occultist.
    • in detail, he becomes aware that he must regard his body as the
    • his conceptions, how he must leave behind all his thoughts about the
    • must change ourselves if we would enter these worlds. Now, having
    • carry over nothing at all into the spiritual world; everything must be
    • must lay aside his egoism in order to pass over selflessly into the
    • but must hold to be of value because through it we are men in the
    • which he has incarnated. Nevertheless, all this must be laid aside; it
    • must remain behind and be discarded for the simple reason that it is
    • life, is ill-adapted for the spiritual world. It must be left behind;
    • These must be so strong that out of them he can take into spiritual
    • you must connect what has just been said with the customary thoughts
    • preserve yourself there because all that you know must be lost to
    • but something else as well. One's self and all that one has must,
    • indeed, be laid aside, yet something of it must be carried on. Were it
    • which we were previously conscious. So, after all, something must be
    • That is only one side of what I have been describing to you. We must
    • Now for the soul to go through such experiences, one must allow
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    • world then confronting us must be called, in conformity with my book,
    • within the laws of nature. In short, in the life of the senses we must
    • with these beings. Whatever you are in sensory existence you must have
    • This is what must first be felt. This does not arise in such a way
    • within the world in which all is being, must, as compared with
    • well that they, too, are experiencing themselves in this. No one must
    • must say, “I am this being.” In reality that is the true
    • can try to picture what is here experienced in words because one must
    • before” — it must be imagined that you are standing opposite
    • must not let this impede us. That would imply that we do not wish to
    • world of the senses, and everything else besides, must be abandoned. I
    • existence, eternity is rendered temporal. It must therefore be said,
    • of the spiritual world; then it must be put in this way, “Man is
    • a being in whose nature as a whole, progressive, divine beings must
    • right to think that we must turn our back on Lucifer as from one whom
    • we must always escape. If one does that it is to forget the teaching
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    • should be evident to you that we must speak of human concepts in a
    • it from the other worlds. All this must be carefully considered if we
    • At this particular time there is one thing, however, to which we must
    • worlds must do so from some particular position in life — every
    • must be taken by every soul for the ascent into higher worlds, for
    • you must admit that it is the outcome of individual karma. It can only
    • be said that a soul such as Johannes or Capesius must necessarily
    • of the worlds are so manifold, the ways of individuals must be
    • they have in man, then especially must we feel the need, instead of
    • so, that Lucifer is like this, Ahriman like that; that one must shun
    • development of every soul must start from egoism. That is natural. We
    • and that we must flee from him, then it must also be said that we must
    • human race holding the opinion that, in all circumstances, one must
    • We must seek the attributes of Lucifer in the being Lucifer whom we
    • experience, and what is thus enacted and experienced must be borne up
    • Much must be done there in a different way from how he would have it
    • sensory existence, must shed its skin. From time to time, it must lay
    • order, must be cast aside. Man, too, would like to do that in sensory
    • reason men must go into the darkness of life in which beings work who
    • before your souls by yet another example how differently we must think
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    • necessarily to experience it yourself. On the contrary, it must be
    • existence understanding must come after seeing. That is by no means
    • powers of judgement (to which, it must be admitted, there is little
    • in the appropriate way into the power of vision. Thus, we must
    • an instrument. He must learn to experience in his higher bodies, in
    • must consciously divest himself, strip himself of everything that
    • we must necessarily have in sensory existence. Only by making sure
    • personality will appear, for instance, that must unavoidably be false.
    • This is a statement that must indeed be made with all severity. There
    • light of the spirit that we must not misunderstand if we are in
    • it is only the reflection that comes into consciousness. You must
    • conscious. That is why the physical body must be there, so that the
    • Whoever has learned to understand Buddhism in this connection, must of
    • another planet; then he comes down to earth, and we must say,
    • we must ascend to another planet.” In this way we get an unbroken
    • telling you that in all human souls super-sensible knowledge must take
    • withdraw; that is to say, it must be withdrawn, if I am to use such a
    • not regard my saying this as something that must necessarily follow
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    • in order to consider this inward life fully, we must add a fourth,
    • life. So that we may say, that we must count our perception of the
    • We must reckon our thoughts, by
    • the feeling that we must so order our sensation that it gives us true
    • have the feeling that we must not be satisfied if this thought merely
    • way, we have the idea that we must, to begin with, develop ourselves
    • must really hold good for all our fellow-men and it must also be
    • The same thing must be said with
    • we are dependent upon place and time. We must allow that the very
    • human form! One cannot say it often enough: that one must go out of
    • must again decay.
    • this must be so.
    • How must we describe in a few words that which is enkindled within us
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    • experience as memory is. We must strengthen our memory of the past
    • memory, but which rise, as it were, behind the memory. This must be
    • establish his worth as a human being there must be a higher life and
    • into physical incarnation he himself must work plastically on his
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