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  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • world and the spirit world. Later on, I plan to speak about the main
    • the heavenly bodies in general. Thus, the overall outlook on the
    • theory of life as developed by anthroposophy will have been outlined.
    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • The information that can be related here is but a scant outline of
    • This inner training quietly progresses without undue haste in complete
    • require one thing of the aspirant without which no higher personal
    • that allows for success without compliance to these rules. This is the
    • without personal guidance. He who sets forth the guide-lines must be
    • anything about his pupil's profession, manner of living, family
    • those who set out on this path and they must realize that,
    • is not without consequences and the occult teacher must know how to
    • One of the great laws of man that must be intimately tried out on his
    • decade, will never determine anything within himself about these
    • must have come about due to some inevitable set of laws of the
    • is an impossibility to completely free one's mind from outside
    • outer surroundings. Everything that crowds into us from the outside
    • awaken the slumbering soul faculties; let them arise out of the inner
    • permeates him. Without treading this path of reverence one does not
    • utterances are formed out of this clarity. Only if this has become the
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • world-outlook, there is the view that Spiritual Science is something
    • to say about those questions which are a part of our times. For how
    • here about the social question, today we want to speak from a great
    • Spiritual Science should speak about this question in the same way as
    • their money out of the window they might as well do so directly. I
    • such a reproach without feeling uneasy, and can remember other
    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • his death, his brain was weighed, and it turned out that he had an
    • catch out the writer in question as happened in the case of Professor
    • all the opinions in this area that have been formed out of theory
    • illustrates the outer situation alone, and only shows us that we must
    • said about the difference between man and woman! Everywhere today you
    • People talk about
    • with all means at their disposal to get their women out of the
    • outside. This then is something of the social aspect of the women's
    • only in our time? Let us be quite clear about this.
    • of the Renaissance and take one of the most widely-used books about
    • longer be tempted to say that woman was a being without influence on
    • without any kind of academic education at all. One could do this at
    • in the spiritual-scientific outlook, a movement that is still little
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  • Title: Lecture: Problems of Nutrition
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    • when it comes about in the right way as the following anecdote
    • accused, by those who know it only from the outside, of aspiring
    • concerned with, and talk too much about, questions of what they
    • what spiritual science has to say about them.
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • I must stress that what I say about man is
    • been explained that throughout life the etheric body fights against
    • light has built up. Without this activity of inner dissolution a
    • Without this process of disintegration within
    • ego that governs them from without. The significant difference
    • comes about through the astral body's processes of dissolution.
    • and that is brought about through the degeneration and dissolution
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • within himself and make an inner effort to bring about the
    • advantageous for a man to store up as much fat as possible without
    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
    • it is like a tableau of human characteristics spread out before
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • wishes to propagandize rather than to act out of knowledge.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • outcome of research into the spiritual world.”
    • magnet has North and South poles, just as light and darkness are
    • has insulted him. Without thinking, he is roused to anger and gives
    • will without thought. These facts are revealed simply by observation
    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • of view. We might ask: what is there to be said about ideation,
    • contemplation, thinking — and about the will and its impulses on
    • sleep as regards the outer physical world; daytime consciousness at
    • little of all you do from morning to evening is really the outcome of
    • permeates our organism from outside, and invigorates it. We feel
    • What is already within us can bring about the further development of
    • The occult observer is able to see a continual streaming from outside
    • the heart. Now these streams, which in sleeping man come from outside,
    • in a more external way about the life of the soul and how this life
    • of what was said about turning our attention to the corresponding
    • these two streams can, however, come about only if a person is able to
    • that the most powerful Impulse in Earth evolution was about to descend
    • freedom of men. But whatever can be gained in the way of outer
    • even more clearly how much in our civilised life is the outcome of
    • will move about in the physical world, but is the only etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • outsiders. Scholars and laymen alike criticize the division of man into the
    • been conducted during recent months. There has been no little talk about
    • that throughout the entire school year the student will be unable to spend
    • whenever they are about to write. Actually, with some of them the
    • cultivated from early youth, it is, perhaps, not quite so useful in later
    • suppress certain actions or movements out of his free will.
    • things we do out of habit. Nowadays, people only alter their handwriting
    • mean that we need become fanatical about the indifferent use of our right
    • carry it out. Others, still, cannot bring themselves to will firmly what they
    • The way to strengthen one's will is not necessarily to carry out something
    • quite well do without. If you set out to examine yourself systematically in
    • weak-willed person will have been brought about by the adviser whose
    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
    • what speaks for one course as opposed to another, you were out of
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • An Outline of Occult Science
    • soul may bring about an infinite enhancement of its inherent forces of
    • itself out of the body, the soul acquires an inner life of its own.
    • years ago, was not chosen without due reflection. It was selected to
    • development must be the outcome of spiritual-scientific observation.
    • youth or old age, so in these cultures mankind's experiences were not
    • important moment in our life, when the fresh forces of our youth start
    • especially bears out this fact. Modern pedagogy differs markedly from
    • different course. When the youthful forces of humanity cease to flow,
    • youthful forces were on the wane. An examination of the ancient
    • personal existence. He could then experience the outer course of
    • In this kind of initiation the disciple's soul was drawn out of his
    • could also say when he looked out into the world's spaces, “There, in
    • the earth, unable to look out into the wide world, the spirit cannot
    • Humanity then entered an epoch in which its youthful forces became
    • its youth, had lost their meaning. Furthermore, something happened
    • this possibility so long as it possessed its youthful forces. But in
    • in the time of its youth. Something else now arose. What man could no
    • mysteries. What was thus experienced in the mysteries went out into
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
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  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • hearts throughout the ages whenever one of the old plays, such as the one
    • Throughout the Middle Ages city people and simple folk of mountain and
    • observed the swinging lamp that led him to discover the laws without which
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • sentiments throughout life, no matter how old they grew, and that there
    • the plants grow out of the soil in springtime, and we see how the sun calls
    • in the mists that spread out over the earth, we see something that does not
    • out of its egoism as the weather changes. But in winter, the earth and its
    • just as he was able to experience outwardly the sun's victory over the
    • Man's higher destiny is to preserve this spiritual youth in relation to the
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • the Christ-Being. At His death the Christ-Being poured Himself out
    • pointed out, had already been accomplished three times before for the
    • about by the first three events pour into the Earth from out the
    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • ideas about Christ without dogma, and all we can convey by means of
    • advantage throughout the whole of his later life. After the awakening
    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • out of the condition he still occupied during the old Moon period when
    • about because, during the Earth development, the Spirits of Form
    • poured the Ego into man out of their own substance. And the first
    • taken place, Lucifer and Ahriman would have been able to bring about
    • Akashic Records show how that came about. Learning to speak is the
    • dealt with by Spiritual Science, but they are outside our subject
    • saying that human speech was established in man from out of divine
    • Ahrimanic influences. If nothing had been brought about by Christ, man
    • grasping the objective was brought about through the second
    • a certain sense he might also have been able to give out what he had
    • describing outer things in words, in order that the words should
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • We can search through the entire evolution of the world without finding a
    • humanity is aware of color and light without having to think of the seeing
    • — man would have cried out, “Oh, it stabs me here!” He would
    • what makes it possible for us as sensory beings to enjoy without pain all
    • not feel that we have stomach, lungs, etc., but have them without feeling
    • the human being looked at a fruit or something else in the outer world
    • organs. Someday these relations of the outer world with our organs will
    • Lucifer and Ahriman could have carried out their designs during the
    • confronting something that gave a burnt out feeling to one of his organs.
    • resources, we should have been chased about the world by animal desires
    • In our connection with the outer world we should be continuously
    • What would have become of the human being without this third Christ
    • seeking reason might have thought with scornful mockery about all that
    • when Christ took for the third time the soul of an archangel as an outer
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • placed the Pythia over those vapors, which, in rising out of the earth,
    • name of Christ, if asked about Apollo, would have answered out of their
    • archangelic form, leaving out the angelic form, and then made use of a
    • our bodies. We need spiritual powers that are as much outside ourselves
    • as our muscular strength is outside our souls. I know that superficial
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • order to do so, I must first say something about the nature and
    • significance of what is meant by spiritual science, about the point of
    • As you all know, water doesn't burn. The chemist takes hydrogen out of
    • aspects of what confronts him outwardly as a human being. He is
    • nature of hydrogen can be discerned without first extracting it from
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • Occult Science — an Outline,
    • Let me outline the basic soul activities which
    • to them and forms mental images about them. As a rule he does nothing
    • of the outer world; the eye should see as little, the ear hear as
    • outside my body; in grasping and experiencing my inner being, I am
    • outside my body.”
    • thinking; but now we know that we have been outside it. We gradually
    • aware of itself outside of the watery element. That is the case with a
    • the way it most typically comes about.
    • what seers throughout the ages have always pictured as “reaching the
    • with anything that can be experienced in the outer world of the
    • We must keep one thing in mind, however, when talking about this
    • in confronting every least detail of what appears to us out of the
    • like taking someone out into nature and remarking, “Look, all this
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • possibilities outside the realm of what had to happen according to
    • for it was Russia that, in 1914, mobilized its armed forces without
    • Steiner points out in the lecture, is not the real issue.
    • Furthermore, the war did not emerge out of a French or Russian moral
    • abyss. One feature in the Christ figure that must be worked out with
    • related in this world. To this day there has been much talk about
    • explain exactly what man has not understood about the Christ impulse
    • share to bring about a full comprehension of how the Christ impulse
    • prophetic oracles of Rome, which guided him into leading his army out
    • dream it guided Constantine to bring about what had to happen. What is
    • evolution of the Western spirit how the Christ impulse seeks out in
    • happening in the world outside. If by virtue of his karma a person
    • characteristic quality stands out. The characteristic feature of
    • cosmic forces. If some event in this person's life brought about his
    • interest us is the inner force and power that can bring about such a
    • conversion out of sudden fear of death or hell: five percent claimed
    • that are sent out and billed as “soul science.” For these people all
    • At a time that cries out for special spiritual deepening, the most
    • Now consider the following. Looking eastward we can make out luciferic
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • spiritual science without forming ourselves into groups, but simply by
    • spiritual science. It is not without meaning that among us there are
    • is grasped by the outward turned mind of man, but that through this
    • work carried on outside such a group and dispersed about the world.
    • The work carried out in brotherly harmony within our groups has quite
    • whom other things were cultivated than those cultivated in the outer
    • own epoch, throughout its duration, will develop and unfold the
    • of human beings in which everything, without exception, must be built
    • outer task of the second epoch. It would lead much too far today to
    • and more out of community life, we must in turn become conscious of a
    • strives to grow out of and beyond the community, and this is right in
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • made to indicate this by including a word that brings out the
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • retain this life in the group soul; the others have risen out of it;
    • bring about the descent of spirit self. Just as it is being striven
    • Naturally, the factor of blood will continue, it will live itself out
    • for what its strange boundaries contain shoots out into thirteen
    • another matter, the significance of which we will think about
    • about Soloviev's main and central idea. Soloviev is far too good a
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  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • Outlooks for the Future
    • out to us the true nature of the evolutionary processes in which the human
    • was to look out for suitable human bodies formed out of the material, the
    • “AN OUTLINE OF OCCULT SCIENCE,”
    • a cat, or a hyaena. In that remote past, man's countenance and his outward
    • was at that time able to transform his outward form and he possessed this
    • reality — that outwardly his face may only have a slight resemblance with
    • I have pointed this out in many lectures — in the etheric body, whose
    • constitution is like, for his outward appearance shall reveal it. In
    • even the outward physiognomy of our environment will have a very changed
    • consumption, shall then have died out. In future, a great hymn of praise
    • eat meat. Not all the animals shall then have died out, but only certain
    • outward physiognomy will undergo certain changes.
    • he must see the etheric outside, in every form and shape. The etheric
    • which come to us from outside. We face a time in which we shall first
    • world-conception should know something about the impulses that govern
  • Title: Lecture: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Outsiders whose attention is drawn to the anthroposophical movement
    • understand why such outsiders come to a negative conclusion at the outset.
    • the operation of natural forces, and these discoveries have brought about a
    • which preparation has been made during childhood and youth, has to be
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • knowing something about the meaning and essential significance of life.
    • sense has this soul life within the outer physical world? A perfectly
    • queries which may arise. Besides outer experiences, in connection with daily
    • between outer life in the physical world and religious revelation, religious
    • with questions which are the outcome of changes in the conditions of
    • future. Anyone today speaking about these consequences may appear to be
    • that of having hands and feet but without being able to use them because
    • paralysis of certain soul forces would gradually bring about a state of
    • science. I am going to speak about a simple son of the soil caught in the
    • achievements of science during the 19th century. During his youth he
    • at Leipsic about 1870 has become famous. It closed with
    • driven human beings, so far as they are spiritual entities, out of the cosmos
    • referring as out of date. But that is not the subject under consideration. The
    • about which I am going to speak. According to that concept the earth and
    • the whole solar system were fashioned out of a sort of primeval nebula,
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  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • in which we are living cannot refer without deep
    • Even what I lately said about the configuration of philosophical
    • say that the purpose of the engine is to wear out the rails!
    • machine which has the task of wearing out the rails — he would of
    • wearing out of the rails belongs to the essence of the railway engine.
    • saying: The object of the railway engine is to wear out the rails. The
    • to bring about a wholesome condition for humanity in future. And in
    • proposal for the social and economic life out of a specious wisdom,
    • constructive proposals for the social life without calling in the aid
    • “An Outline of Occult Science.”
    • Having put the question thus, having spoken in this way about the
    • mystery of death — that is, about the forces that are at work in the
    • can simply say: “They bring about evil actions within the human
    • received with the deepest, truest earnestness. If we would seek out
    • What, then, is the real purpose of these forces which bring about the
    • purpose of bringing about evil actions in human society. They do bring
    • them about, for reasons which we still have to consider. But just as
    • have just spoken, he would never come to the point where, out of his
    • that are about to come over humanity — signs which at the present
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
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  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Spiritual Science. Not only do outward circumstances speak clearly,
    • average about 2000 years. Therefore much remains to be done in this
    • not) must come from that which human beings can develop out of
    • people. Everything which the human being develops out of himself
    • central point out to one side without also swinging back to the other.
    • is to look these things straight in the face without illusion. It is
    • at straightly without illusion. One is tempted to say that people are
    • work out of sleeping into waking conditions works into ordinary waking
    • course you cannot go about continually asleep in life. Yet the
    • make for regularity in social transactions are only outward swings of
    • come about that with which man resists them: a social structure which
    • their development. Outwardly, in social life, structures must work so
    • that people do not totally lose their outer connections in life. Hence
    • as the demand for a justified outer balance to the inward, essentially
    • that which lies outside of the individual, that a counter-balance is
    • is organized from outside. This must go; it is only possible to
    • important positions in society, when they begin talking about present
    • wish to begin building a bridge over a rushing stream without having
    • of man's life that which most people apply only to youth. We sit on
    • of 25, or sometimes 26, when they have finished lazying about with
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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    • Epoch. I tried to show how, from about the year 1200 A.D. onwards,
    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • out-and-out phrasemonger as Wildenbruch! In the course of years I have
    • in which I spoke from my own point of view about many things that need
    • how to think about the spirit. Had he been one of the phrasemongers
    • going about masked as prophets to-day endeavouring to better the lot
    • of mankind, he would have believed that he too could speak about the
    • Among those who of recent years have been talking a great deal about
    • the spirit, without a notion of its real nature, are the theosophists
    • about Hermann Grimm — not thinking of him as a personality but as a
    • of how to think about the spiritual, about the spirit? It is just this
    • townsfolk, which has its start about the year 1200 and lasts right on
    • essential characteristic — but without valuing it less highly on this
    • excellent book about
    • Taking it all in all, what Hermann Grimm said about Goethe is really
    • about Frederick the Great, naturally from the English point of view.
    • In an essay on Macaulay, Hermann Grimm set out to show that in reality
    • if out of a three-dimensional figure one were to make a
    • corpses in the dissecting room, but out of the whole trend and
    • man than for communicating truths about nature. Only a naive mind
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  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • particular truths have, and that is what we will talk about tomorrow.
    • puberty, and from puberty till about the twenty-first year. If you do not
    • used to be the source of youthful ideals between the fourteenth and the
    • for these ideals of youth, are the same forces you can draw forth from
    • similar, though, can be said about the forces of man's normal nature,
    • as you all know, there is something peculiar about the power of memory.
    • your body if you want to dwell in memory. If your body is carrying out
    • they usually speak of them as though material existence were spread out
    • are spread out around us. Let us represent diagrammatically by means of
    • this line this world that is spread out around us (see horizontal line of
    • periphery, and pour into us as it were from outside, from the outside of
    • entirely from out of the planet's interior. It is very interesting to see
    • it were, from the influences brought about in him from outside by the
    • processes that the forces from the planet's interior bring about up till the
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • put into our organism from out of the forces of the planet and the
    • cannot carry out unconsciously any more by means of our blood, we have
    • to carry out consciously. We have to educate ourselves to do consciously
    • of their youth, and were unable to draw on their youthful forces, if there
    • the force of elemental memory, what he has received in his youth.
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • members. But we will leave this aside today and think about something
    • elements pass into and out of the human being, but these are not in
    • brain-structure; when we breathe out, the fluid sinks again. These
    • definite functions. This air is breathed out again. — Then people
    • fluid organism in earthly man without speaking of the etheric body
    • Directly we reflect about man in this way we find that it is
    • the skin from what is outside it. Even this, however, is only
    • fluid element as such is present in the world outside us in a rarefied
    • element within man andr the fluid element outside man, as in the case
    • The air within us at a certain moment was outside us a moment before,
    • and it will soon be outside again. We are drawing in and giving out
    • have something that constantly builds itself up out of the whole
    • process takes place whenever we breathe out. Our aeriform organism
    • and when we breathe out. When we breathe out, the aeriform organism
    • air outside. The usual trivial conceptions of the human organism can
    • connected with forces outside and beyond the earthly sphere. But how
    • course, in communication with the warmth outside. But what is active
    • Ether continually streams in and out of our fluid organism. Thus we
    • and out by way of the fluid organism.
    • affinity of the outspreading physical air with the Light-Ether which
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • I tried yesterday to give certain indications about the constitution
    • falling asleep. We perceive the objects around us, reason about these
    • taken account of by ordinary science. It is not possible, without
    • outer physical world and can only resort to earlier religious beliefs
    • that is astir with life, and finally man himself came out of the
    • cannot, without being inconsistent, admit the existence of morality in
    • by a moral ideal. Neither does this remain without effect upon the
    • inbreathing and outbreathing process the air is within him. It is of
    • I said yesterday actually underlies the outer tone conveyed in the
    • except the outwardly visible physical body. The air with its vibrating
    • waves is nothing but the outer body of the tone. In the human being
    • bring life with us when we pass out into the cosmos through the
    • world-creative. We carry out into the universe world-creative
    • we are endowed with self-consciousness and are able to think about the
    • the world's development only if we grasp how out of this ‘illusory’
    • to what works from out of the soul into the warmth in the human
    • organism. There is warmth both without and within the human organism.
    • majesty of the universe, when we say to ourselves: We are born out of
    • evolve about the external world, about Nature in her finished array,
    • simply as the outward manifestation of this Spirit Being at the place
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  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • outer world is completely stilled, the will is continually active. And
    • social life — without our identifying ourselves in thought with
    • about what is involved here if we seriously want to build the bridge
    • understood, that you are engaging in no kind of outward activity at
    • at work in your inner being, raying out its forces into the realm of
    • concerned, come to us from outside, but that it is we ourselves who
    • the will, which rays out from the depths of the soul, we carry into
    • what thus comes to us from the outer world, something that is
    • world, for these thoughts merely reproduce in pictures this outer
    • more spiritual through the inner, will-permeated work we carry out in
    • spiritual we become. When we take in thoughts from the outer material
    • as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater activity the
    • from outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • spirituality. Garrulous people, who are always opening their mouths in
    • in speech that is instinctive and involuntary. But the more we go out
    • we are not somnambulists and do not go about in this condition, our
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • devotion to the outer world. — The more our devotion to
    • the outer world grows and intensifies, the more does this outer world
    • outer world that we succeed in permeating our actions with thoughts.
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  • Title: Lecture: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • incomprehensible. However, if we investigate them without narrow-minded
    • unknown gods should come to the aid of human beings without their active
    • Christ Jesus to that being whose outer reflection appears in the sun. The
    • such references to the fact that the outwardly visible stars and their
    • I once pointed out that the great Kepler, the successor of Copernicus, had
    • condensation, as it were, of the thin cloud substance. Created out of an
    • people since the eighteenth century and throughout the nineteenth century
    • sense explained in that book we are permitted to point out a spiritual
    • body away. Isis, the spouse of Osiris, sets out on her search and finds him
    • simultaneously, the force that ripens everything that grows out of the
    • hand over to the human being what matures out of the earth. The Egyptian myth
    • Isis had to set out on her search for him, how she first brought him back
    • to Egypt and how he then became active in another form, namely, from out of
    • again, the content of the mystery of Isis, but we must create it out of
    • outside the human being. Thus the Egyptians, who were themselves permeated
    • Just as the Egyptians looked out into the world and saw Ahriman-Typhon as
    • the ancient Egyptians saw their outer world picture in an
    • Egyptians. It is not that we have lost him and need to set out in search of
    • yearly Christmas festival merely as a phrase, celebrating it without our
    • presents every year out of habit at this festival of Christ? Do we lift
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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • Jesus. One annunciation is made to the poor shepherds out in the
    • faculty existing to-day, which in its approach to the outer world
    • the poor shepherds out in the fields, who in the piety of their hearts
    • Thus there are pointed out to us two quite definite, but widely
    • soul-experience which was a reflection of what was going on out in
    • out of the dripping clouds; in the human heart when the will is roused
    • developed just such a world-outlook as that possessed by the Wisemen
    • development brought about in the souls of these pupils through the
    • consciousness out of man's inner being.
    • way out of our inner being into the sphere of consciousness. Unless
    • about life's phenomena and have no idea what the true origin of
    • The pupils of the ancient Mysteries who possessed that wise outlook,
    • mathematical forms and reckoning to them, we are spreading out again
    • over the outer reaches of universal space what we actually lived in
    • eyes look out into universal space and see my spatial surroundings. In
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • rebirth can unveil such a mystery as the Mystery of Golgotha. And out
    • falling asleep and awaking, when our souls are outside of our bodies
    • in outer space. The soul then lives as it will live consciously in
    • from the earth out into the world of the stars where we live between
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  • Title: Lecture: The Threshold In Nature and In Man
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • have a different answer according to his outlook on the world —
    • man to continue in his ordinary way of life if he wanted to set out on
    • without fear the revelations that await him at the Threshold. Again, in
    • say at once that mankind is undergoing evolution; nor is it only the outer
    • concerning the men of olden times, and how they thought about the
    • must not be crossed without due preparation.
    • world could quite well be worked out for other spheres of knowledge.
    • that was felt in those times about the condition of soul evoked by
    • out Mystery knowledge to the masses — namely, that the knowledge would
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • I have described the changes that have come about in
    • When he thought about the world, he felt himself, so to speak, “grown
    • over against Nature; he stands outside her, that he may then
    • contemplate her inner being from without. And with this detachment of
    • desires, by what rises up out of our organism, out of the life of
    • groundwork of our whole education and culture — one thing stands out
    • have no sort of connection with what rises up out of his organism, out
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    • us hither and thither on the turbulent waves of life often without our
    • of all the will which — unless we are out-and-out idlers — spurs us
    • outer will. The workings of the outer will are made manifest to us
    • Out of the ocean-depths of will in the human being, waves which come
    • consciousness and in it both the inner will and the outer will are
    • will: an inner will in the sleeping state, an outer will in the waking
    • itself out in the antipathies — taking the word in the widest sense
    • antipathy. Whereas the will that is involved in outer activity and
    • our connection with the outer world becomes abnormal, and when the
    • steeped in the element of antipathy; antipathy streams out from him
    • antipathy not to be explained by outer circumstances are experienced,
    • soul which forces its way upwards out of sleep. If this antipathy gets
    • lawful to speak, for sinful is the mouth that speaks of it, and sinful
    • waking life, in the outer will — rises up into the conceptual life,
    • relation to the outer world — to the level of abstract judgment.
    • between the senses and the outer world is in truth no longer our own
    • in the eye is that the outer world penetrates into the organism as it
    • the world. And to them the sun was the representative of the outer world.
    • not feel so intensely that the Divine in the outer world is
    • realize that all were created and shaped out of sympathetic
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Anthroposophy has to say. Therefore, it was possible without
    • “The right to a judgment about the content of such privately printed
    • something that Man formed out of himself as his most primal ability;
    • just ‘A’, the letters conformed to outer convention, to the prosaic
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • expression to a concept, a meaning, a truth about Man simply by saying
    • we have today when we say A, B, C, without any
    • talked about, there is no recognition that it is actually contained in the
    • through his speech about the mystery of his soul and spirit. Man's
    • poured out over the matter-of-factness of life. In speaking today, Man
    • does not perceive these bodies from within outwards, what he perceives
    • unconscious. If a person sees something belonging to the outer world
    • eye, then the visible rays which go out of his eye into the other Man
    • birth, during his descent out of the divine spiritual world into what
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • during his descent out of the divine spiritual world. All the single
    • world before birth, or before conception, gradually evolved out of the
    • constituted out of the echo of the heavens, of the fixed stars, of the
    • everything out of which Man builds himself up as a phenomenon, as pure
    • his own nature, in the way he learned about it in the Mysteries, then
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    • the processes of the outer world are thus intensively experienced,
    • outer world — reproducing it, just as the camera reproduces whatever
    • information about the external world. It is the same with the other
    • the whole body is in a certain respect related to the outer world as
    • the main an imitative being. He follows the way in which outer things
    • I have often pointed out how the human etheric body lives in intimate
    • ray out, in a manner of speaking, previously they were more star-like;
    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • own. The stars have faded out, while the structure which has gathered
    • until puberty, it is intensely radiant, raying from without inwards.
    • that which falls out in the etheric process of decay, there comes the
    • Thus we can trace, throughout the time from birth or conception until
    • the etheric heart formed out of his own etheric body, and not supplied
    • the change of teeth we have our inherited teeth; these are cast out,
    • out, and we now receive our own. That is the point — we receive our
    • himself an etheric heart, which is an image of the outer universe. In
    • about, moving the arms, and so on — are increasingly retained in the
    • outer world is there inscribed. When we chop wood, or if we give
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
    • outer causation. Simply as human beings on earth, we are bound to
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  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • and pre-earthly existence. If out of laziness or untruthfulness he
    • sense of being “out of the common.” But even here he has fallen
    • without the many who live around him. Slender indeed are the roots
    • that bind man to physical existence, without the others around him.
    • organs. Gazing at the statue of the god, his whole heart cried out:
    • outer culture. A civilization that is filled with ugly machines, with
    • outer reality in earthly existence. It is but a consolation afforded
    • is always present. We have but to stretch out our arms, as it were, to
    • true morality depends, and without morality no true social order among
    • teach man anything about the essence of goodness. There can only be
    • abstract knowledge of and inconsequent chatter about goodness, if
    • We have but to stretch out towards it. Yet man is separated from this
    • this future to be bestowed on him, may be by means of some outer
    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
  • Title: Lecture: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • died out. Among more advanced humanity, therefore, we will not find that
    • unfolded, but that leaves us without any key to the position of each in the
    • about the inhabited earth, what are know as the Mysteries. We find that
    • various groups of people, living their lives scattered about the earth,
    • develop under the influence of the Mysteries. They do so outwardly — but
    • step out again and move among the majority of mankind, giving guidance for
    • pupils in the Mysteries were led to know the world about them. Most
    • has firm visible outlines.’ But these firm outlines were not what he
    • outlines, in sharply defined concepts. He had to teach in pictures that
    • In his Mystery-initiation man lived through this crisis. Yet out of it,
    • particular conviction about Life, a conviction on which every ancient
    • gaining the knowledge available at that time about the world external to
    • about life after death on the basis of life before birth
    • exclusively pictorial consciousness. I have often spoken about this. He did
    • panorama of past life spread out before us. In a sense this consciousness
    • Mystery-wisdom, man, as he went about his business on earth, was not a
    • about, his shape — in all this they beheld with reverence, the
    • relation to the other parts of his being, outside his pure thinking and his
    • fully man. For as a modern man your inner task is the working-out of what has
    • Mysteries had always been conscious that the most they could learn about
  • Title: Lecture: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • express itself during physical earthly life as something outwardly
    • visible. The outwardly visible aspect of this spiritual organization
    • organization continues to be active in the human being throughout his
    • earthly life. And this is what I would like to speak about today.
    • They then spread out in the physical organization. In the human
    • processes in the human being. Thus viewed from outside, this physical
    • the metabolic-limb organization, in the forces of our outer movement,
    • organization without first passing through the astral body and
    • this stream in such a way that it spreads out over the skin-senses,
    • for the course of food taken in by the mouth. Schematically, however,
    • directly from the ego and then branches out over the whole body,
    • out in the organism, the outwardly visible nerve strand is the
    • visible sign of these outspreading streams that enter the entire
    • physical organization without mediation. The ego organization at
    • spreads out through the human organism.
    • outwardly perceptible. It is a restorative process, not as strong as
    • its outwardly visible aspects were cast off with the embryonic
    • direct penetration of the organism by way of the ego brings about
    • life of the body. But when a damming up is brought about by an
    • about healing directly through human activity, because the moment
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    • Since I was asked to speak about the therapeutic principles which have
    • developed out of the anthroposophical view of the world, I will gladly
    • meet this request. However, it is difficult to be brief, especially about this
    • generally think about. Nevertheless, this evening I will attempt to present
    • it can determine in a mechanical, physical or chemical manner from outer
    • chemistry about outer natural processes in order to come to an
    • the human being, nevertheless, the outer physical and chemical processes
    • proceed outside in nature. Man takes the substances of the earth into
    • always permeated by nature processes. A substance only appears outwardly
    • This something different, which develops out of the nature processes in
    • how the outer chemical and physical processes continue to work in him:
    • has about natural science, one actually excludes the human being from
    • is illness? This question cannot be answered out of contemporary
    • is sampled and then various abstractions are made about what kind of
    • doesn't matter whether one takes some kind of tissue out of the head, out
    • of the liver, out of the big toe, or the like. Everything is finally reduced
    • world to find out everything, while it is difficult if one has to work in
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • years ago. I was only able to speak about it a few years ago after
    • that what I just told you about developed — this medical-therapeutic
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    • outcome of research into the spiritual world.”
    • continuous whole. Yet none of this would be possible without the
    • Even more important than the daily periods of sleep throughout our
    • what came about through us, as our own concern.
    • which we have forsaken inasmuch as the astral body is outside by night,
    • organs while we are outside — until we re-awaken. And what is more,
    • very badly; we could not set about it at all. Here we are utterly
    • helpless. What outer anatomy ascribes to the physical body could not
    • Therefore in truth, throughout our earthly life our physical body is
    • Bearing all this in mind, we only see this outer form of man aright if
    • world can only be applied in practice if one is able to point out in
    • detail how it is working in the outer picture, maya, or reflection,
    • So too throughout the world of stars there works a higher spiritual
    • spiritually to the Earth what issues from the Universe outside the
    • shedding very little light. What outer Astronomy can tell us about
    • directly; yet by a roundabout way — which we need not go into now —
    • find that it all works out. They will be able to say: ‘There was a
    • fixing attention upon the earthly life alone, can only tell about a
    • very little part of man. It tells a lot about the forces of heredity,
    • it knows nothing at all about the destiny of Karma with which this
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    • into all our hearts, I did not want to let pass without speaking to you at
    • are no more than the outer sign and symbol of spiritual worlds which look down
    • again about Raphael; yet once more he made the attempt to put pen to paper
    • and write about him. This time however he spoke only of his pictures and not
    • about the earthly personality of Raphael at all.
    • this soul to be poured out into colour and line for all mankind.
    • beloved dies in her youth. He is himself still young. What is he going to do
    • to lead again the Raphael life, not touching the Earth, but living out in
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Anthroposophy has to say. Therefore, it was possible without
    • “The right to a judgment about the content of such privately printed
    • throughout history (and there is, indeed, a deep justification for
    • little about the intercourse of the risen Christ with his disciples.
    • beyond such forebodings, without an esoteric knowledge.
    • the most, in the form of outer historical records kept by some secret
    • outside their bodies with their souls and were able to reveive the
    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • outer aspect resembled that of animals, these oldest of men had a
    • Men gradually came out
    • entangled in death, and out of man's feelings arose the question:
    • spirit and soul continues. They thought about the nature of this
    • through inspirations from the spiritual world and did not think about
    • man's life — was the outward acquaintance with death. If men
    • have said: We can form the Earth out of Saturn, Sun and Moon. But if
    • something about death, and can therefore develop the intellect within
    • out of the Moon, on which there are men who know nothing of death,
    • evolution cannot proceed without Ahriman. It is only a question of
    • the whole Earth would have become entirely intellectual, without ever
    • him to come down into the evolution of the earth without completing
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    • correspond to about 25 typescript pages of the original text of the
    • school of his native town. There are many legends about Shakespeare's
    • youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an adventurous life.
    • which has never been surpassed throughout the centuries.
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    • be complete. The 7 pages of typescript may correspond to about 25
    • has arisen about Shakespeare and whole libraries have been
    • written about each of his works. Academics have given many
    • grammar school in his hometown. There are many legends about
    • Shakespeare's youth. Some say that he was a poacher and led an
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • without beginning and hence without end.
    • executant wanted to hammer it out on the piano in the concert hall,
    • there it would be evil. That which without any doubt is evil today
    • everything which has not come from out of the soul itself. ‘You
    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • forces which stream out in every direction. Form grows precisely out
    • has come, like a seed, out of the Lunar Epoch. In that epoch,
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • (Gesinnung) without any covering, within a large number of
    • Augustine worked out the Form of the Catholic Church. It was the Form
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    • and the purely spiritual World. Let us think about the
    • mathematically, I do indeed think about something my senses can
    • the realm of sense what thou hast learned about the Circle by
    • We should consider what eminent persons have said about the relation
    • about as the result of the Analysis of Infinity which we owe to Newton
    • of Euclid about a circle, a triangle or about the relations of
    • we stand on an important boundary line. We are mathematically led out
    • means of education, and no more than this is here implied about
    • statement about four-dimensional space, our statement must be such
    • that when we leave the fourth dimension out and restrict the result to
    • then discover plants without end, which will necessarily be
  • Title: The Dead Are With Us
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    • single one of his limbs without pleasure or pain being caused by what
    • speaking, without awakening pleasure or pain in our environment. The
    • know the animal kingdom only from the outside. The most external
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • South, this is not caused by the needle itself, but that the Earth as
    • and the other towards the South. It would be considered pure nonsense
    • to assert that the direction is brought about merely by forces
    • without further thought in the case of an egg forming within the hen.
    • not without employment; he works perpetually. He works in the
    • never been made remain outside the circle.
    • more links — all of which are the outcome of karmic connections
    • or outside them. Even in the case of souls with whom we are already
    • acquainted, we are now within, and then again outside them. Meeting
    • be outside them means that we do not notice them. If we look at some
    • when we are able to turn our attention to them; and we are outside
    • outside the Beings of the other Hierarchies, the Angels, Archangels
    • knowledge about our own immortality as beings of soul and spirit,
    • impulses which live themselves out in the system of blood and nerves,
    • occult fact. We shall find that precisely when we are speaking about
    • beings to know anything about the dead through direct perception.
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    • outward again, to the cosmos, the origin of all life. Finally, the
    • spiritual work grew out of a course originally held by Dr. Roman Boos
    • style would rob them of their special atmosphere that grew out of the
    • talked about how closely connected nutrition is with our life and
    • activities of the blood and the air, our feelings come about. Now we
    • matter can really be talked about. I remember it because it is just
    • out through their walls and enters the tissue surrounding the
    • speak. And we should not think about this any differently than we
    • convolutions by itself. Instead, I must think about what has actually
    • utter these sounds out of themselves, without having anything artful
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • progress to regular movements, carried out by the speech organs in
    • imitating out of their feelings the way other people move their lips.
    • other, we have the right one, which throughout life usually remains
    • You see, this comes about because when a person is used to doing a
    • my task is now to gradually direct everything previously carried out
    • but on the outside, it would remain mush. The same would happen to
    • an outer and an inner half.
    • portion would be more suitable for speech; the outer one would exist
    • articulating. This remains the same throughout life.
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    • about many significant things of this kind, because today prejudices
    • have therefore to abstain from pointing out many interesting
    • much more freely about certain truths than is now possible, for such
    • not be outlined today before a considerable gathering of people. They
    • knew more about the connection between the soul and spirit on the one
    • hand and the physical bodily nature on the other, without becoming
    • example, very beautiful descriptions of the outer forms of courageous
    • if we ask the right questions about what has been recently described
    • out in cosmic space as compared with the orbiting planets, which make
    • in fact out of his mind. That, of course, would be complete nonsense.
    • about itself, then the person concerned will be strong enough to
    • a life-process and so to raise it out of its present lifeless
    • of nutrition which takes place without it being necessary to eat, and
    • important truth about human beings, for it enables us to understand
    • process with it, through which he raises this Ego out of the
    • remarkable association of these senses comes about, not in the
    • imaginative process comes about in the region behind your tongue
    • description which is intended to inform us about the appearance of
    • work, the word-sense through which we learn about this or that. If we
    • mankind will come about in the future. On the other hand, Spiritual
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    • If one looks at the present situation honestly and without prejudice,
    • Grimm — the saying of an outstanding man who lived not very long
    • You can read about the connection between Schiller's “Aesthetic
    • Revolution and tries in his own way to say what may be thought about
    • out of love, as an inner matter of course.
    • the law comes about through an inclination akin to that of the artist,
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • of abstract philosophical talk, including talk about rational
    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • In conversation about Kant, Goethe would not let himself become really
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • in which not only three but about twenty powers of the soul are
    • about Plato and to have to interpret Platonic Dialogues. But they had
    • no inclination to know anything about Schiller's “Letters on
    • develop today about the structure of society — although Goethe in
    • present in even the most outstanding figures today; and it would be
    • best if people would acknowledge that without spiritual knowledge they
    • essential thing. And without an understanding of this turning-point in
    • out the individual human being, with his inner conflicts, his
    • general is considered. What Schiller expected to come about through
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    • periods of about seven years in length. Roughly speaking, the first is
    • human being about the twenty-first year of life is, for one who can
    • up of a vibratory motion. It vibrates out into the world. And the
    • remarkable thing is that it does not go out and out endlessly into the
    • infinite, but when it has spread itself out for a sufficient distance
    • impulse that works upon your life of soul from outside. I will not say
    • although very often entirely without your notice.
    • know well suddenly becomes dejected and out of humour? You have no
    • idea why, but a change has come over him “out of the blue”,
    • objective experience outside him.
    • to go on outside us! They come about through our instrumentality, but
    • outside us, including such elemental beings as I described to you
    • it out all around you. When it comes back to you, it is not unchanged;
    • outside you of which the elemental beings took hold, you receive also
    • the influences and workings of these elemental beings. Man spreads out
    • destiny that works itself out within the course of life is
    • produced within present day culture we may well say that about 99 per
    • that she struck him on the head, or on the mouth, or on the nose, but:
    • Only because in our head we are fully awake, do we rise up at all out
    • landmark in the course of life that occurs at about the ninth year. It
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    • Southern Europe. Now the secret of man's connection with the Sun was
    • perceiving of the outer world. The Greek's thought was at the same
    • during the night into the spaces of the dark firmament. Without some
    • luminous body of gas out in cosmic space is spiritual through and
    • to the Sun. The Greek said to himself: Sun and Ego are the outer and
    • inner aspects of one and the same being. The Sun out there in space is
    • an outward shell of an experience that is dying out altogether in the
    • outside, even during the period of embryonic life, are the active
    • say: the Sun forces give form to the human being from outside. The
    • Moon forces radiate outwards from within the metabolic process; they
    • the human countenance. The Moon forces stream out from a centre in the
    • forces. Metabolism is primarily an outcome of the working of Earth
    • without intermission to renew and upbuild the being of man, is due not
    • within outwards by the Moon, and from without inwards by the Sun.
    • but for all that they are still working from outside.
    • is dependent upon the forces of the Sun. Without the Sun, man could
    • be no such thing as propagation, there could be no human race without
    • Earth. These forces work outside the human being and also within him
    • body. This physical body takes in the foodstuffs from the outer world
    • and are the essential factor in bringing about a proper connection
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    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • formed and created out of the super-sensible world; and only after it
    • spiritual science. Passing now from within outward, that which adjoins
    • little ossicle. Only the foot with which you walk about is coarsely
    • song, in melody and harmony, and harmonies of spoken sound. Out of
    • your legs you walk about on Earth. And — if you will forgive my
    • Earth, it is also true that the moral effects which are brought about
    • by your walking — whether you go out to do good deeds or bad
    • Assume for instance that a man went out to do an evil deed. On Earth
    • earthly life. To understand man fully, all that we perceive about him
    • with our senses needs to be penetrated with ideas about the
    • the Hierarchies within him. Then, as it were, he goes out of himself,
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • we breathe out the air of death. For life is impossible in the air
    • which we breathe out. Likewise we breathe, as it were, in the Spirit,
    • the Beings of the Hierarchies and go out of them again. Here on this
    • speech. Out of this Cosmic speech our whole organ of speech and song
    • perceptible, side by side with that which is formed out of the
    • ourselves to the things of the outer world. In the consonants we
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • must be led to look out into the world around them and into all its
    • questions about nature, about the cosmos and the entire world, about
    • their youthful souls.
    • educated, there should be no need whatsoever to speak about love of
    • spoken about during these years, this is in itself something that
    • about it. It is not the objective damage but the pain of it that
    • increases as we think more about it. In certain respects, the very
    • can, not to think about it. Now there develops in young people just
    • adaptation to the conditions brought about through the freeing of the
    • from it and toward the world outside ourselves ...
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • really hasn't answered us at all. We can't get a satisfying answer out
    • out of him!”
    • impart this to other young people, then the world speaks out of
    • them also. Out of a mood of this kind, verve (Schwung)
    • judgment is actually borne out of the powers of imagination. And if
    • modern civilization who, out of anti-social impulses, shout about
    • people make such an outcry about social matters is because men are
    • detrimental feelings out into the country and are really permeated by
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    • IN a series of lectures I have been speaking about occult
    • subject next time. A week from now I shall speak about the meaning of the
    • say: All this, surely, could be attained without these secret societies.
    • realise it — that the world cannot do without such societies. To put
    • fruits of occult science do, of course, find their way out into the world
    • and without it man's life is lived out with incomplete consciousness. It
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • vanish without a trace. Every atom bears a trace of your spirit and will
    • Nobody knows who wrote it. On the outside there are only the words: The man
    • to the objective world without asking for honour or for the preservation of
    • immortality. In the outer world we see the reflex of such deeds. They need
    • spirit and the world soul spread out around you then as nature spreads out
    • around you. And what was then outside you, is now your soul; you have taken
    • into yourselves, made inward, what to begin with was outside and around
    • This has become your soul. The spirit, too, once spread out around you. And
    • outside, then his soul remains empty. It must therefore be possible for
    • nothing is yet within the child. Work continues until what was once outside
    • out around us. As souls we spring from the world soul and when this world
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
    • the yield, the out-giving. All states and conditions of world-existence
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • pointed out that there exists no short summary of a world view
    • without further ado, such problems would no longer exist. Their
    • about the deeper foundations of life and, while not perhaps
    • Out of the
    • out of which the dream is made up, the details of the pictures,
    • point of rousing himself out of sleep and returning to ordinary
    • person sleeps, the astral body and Ego are outside the physical
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
    • human beings live in this world without consciousness. You can
    • spiritual world and there lose consciousness. They pass out of
    • outside the physical body in the spiritual world, we perceive
    • is without consciousness. In the morning the person re-enters
    • conscious in the outer ether which fills the whole cosmos;
    • night without returning to your physical body, so that this
    • spiritual beings who guide and direct the world out of the
    • not from within but from without, in the blood circulation and
    • you would perceive it from within outwards. This is not
    • the consciousness of Intuition — then out of this deepest
    • beings wholly out of their bodies and places them within the
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    • what is discovered by super-sensible vision about the real being of
    • out the Spirit from it, by that art of which I said just now that it
    • This lively activity of the etheric body streams out, in particular,
    • as the influence of light and colour from outside upon the eye is
    • outside the physical and etheric body, receive strong impressions from
    • Distinct, like an island, there stand out from the general etheric
    • stream of warmth. They stand out for inner reasons — which are
    • the astral body and Ego, and flow out into the general cosmic ether.
    • I have described as going on in the etheric body is blotted out for
    • gentle phosphorescent glow, this living music, are an outer revelation
    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • the activity then extends a little outside the physical body.)
    • awakening are outside the physical and etheric bodies, are
    • individualised Logos. Speech, which otherwise is directed outwards to
    • You have now drawn out from the word “etheric body” its
    • becomes louder and louder, spreading outwards. But just because it
    • You see — in this way, through the art that seeks out the
    • better) of Spirit in general — in order to learn to speak about
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • knows about himself becomes more and more abstract. But behind
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    • have pointed out in other lectures that every age, including our own,
    • theoretical ideas and conceptions which arise out of these habits of
    • heights, not as yet incarnate in an outer garment of matter. We saw
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • places man within an evolution where an Impulse from out of the
    • in the man Jesus of Nazareth. Side by side with the outer story of
    • regard to the first principles of the outer world — such as
    • necessary to point out that the methods employed (in the 19th
    • as if outer, abstract ideas were taking root among peoples and
    • everything described by outer history there is something
    • outline
    • sleeping state, tell us that the outer bodily being of man remains in
    • in a world outside them. The forces, the true essence of this
    • been experienced outside the body. This soul, having participated
    • to submit for a long time in order that the final act carried out by
    • inner powers, without the additional act of the Temple Priests. The
    • man had become mature enough for an epoch when, without external
    • influence and without the methods adopted in the ancient Mysteries,
    • undergo, but without the active co-operation of the leaders of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • people say: ‘You tell us all kinds of things about Richard Wagner, but
    • approach is fully justified. Does a botanist not think about a plant
    • anyone deny him the right to speak about the plant from this aspect
    • consciously realised by the plant. I say this at the outset in order
    • associated ‘Mysticism’ with all ideas about which there is something
    • element of life. He speaks in a wonderful way about symphonic music.
    • are talking about, speak of music. The ‘Music of the Spheres’
    • open, the higher world will emerge out of the darkness. To the
    • that a poet with Goethe's deep insight would use such an image without
    • To Richard Wagner the tones of outer music were an expression, a
    • was not one of those artists who think they must ‘out’ with everything
    • can tell us more about Richard Wagner than Nietzsche was able to do.
    • set himself the task of bringing about this re-union in what he termed
    • it unfolds in outer happenings. He saw in Beethoven the artist who was
    • inner and outer life is directed and controlled by himself; he
    • outwards and as it becomes articulate is striving to unite that which
    • direction, and out of this feeling was born his idea of a
    • could express itself outwardly in action. That which cannot be
    • in outer life. It was just because Richard Wagner's aim was to give
    • human being to another? To outer eyes, men stand there, side by side;
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    • Aristotle, and the kind of knowledge that made its appearance about
    • in regard to the outstanding figures of the early Christian centuries
    • things and never notice that they are out-and-out nonsense. It is
    • to say about Indian wisdom. Nevertheless, if we ask for something
    • bring about agreement in the terrible quarrels between the adherents
    • Naturally one could not have spoken to such men of outer Nature in the
    • contains merely the outward expression of the spiritual world. Nor let
    • and space. Gazing out into the expanses of the cosmos, we see how the
    • This wisdom was well suited to bring about reconciliation between the
    • different religions, not as the outcome of vague sentiment but of the
    • spiritual life, efforts were made to wipe out the principles whereby
    • teachers in the Southern regions of Europe not even the names have
    • South of Europe during the first four centuries after the Mystery of
    • coloured by the Roman spirit. The living wisdom was wiped out, and
    • Out of this milieu came Julian, the so-called Apostate, who had
    • place among the other racial Gods. Julian the Apostate was not out to
    • the School which not only set out to exterminate the old principle of
    • remain without enlightenment about certain mysteries, enlightenment
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • out that the three soul-forces of man, which have a rather chaotic
    • advanced, is just some sort of invention. It has been born out of the
    • most intimate knowledge of human evolution, out of the knowledge of
    • life, so the Bolshevism which tends to spread out in the East
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • only be the outcome of SPIRITUAL IMPULSES!
    • throughout his life the human being should be able to feel the
    • rises out of their egoism. The connection with the ARCHANGELOI, with
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • it is necessary that we should have the good will of filling out the
    • first only be given in a more general outline. We say that the
    • apparently the case) about the physical body, for the physical body
    • made possible through the outpouring, as we may call it, of the
    • and will no longer maintain its own form. But if you take it out of
    • the etheric body must adapt itself to the physical body, without a
    • see the etheric body jumping out. And what would occur? — You
    • words: etherically, the human being carries about within him the
    • Philistines thought about it! If we wish to grasp the development of
    • jump out elastically into the world when the astral body and the Ego
    • out of the etheric body. But in reality, this does not take place;
    • this animal kingdom does not rise out of the human being, for the
    • about upon the earth and harbour, as it were, the thought (if we
    • have such thought at all!) that we carry about within us our etheric
    • body, believing that we carry it about as something that belongs to
    • us in the same way in which the lungs that we carry about within us
    • Archangeloi and Archai is active around us and works out forms for
    • are needed here upon the earth. They work out what is needed in the
    • You see, throughout
    • thought-life. From outside, the Angeloi, Archangeloi and Archai work
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  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • detailed account of what Rudolf Steiner said on so many occasions about
    • so many occasions about the evolution of the Art of Building and its
    • those in operation in bygone times. We have to create out of the
    • we must create out of full and clear consciousness, free from any
    • Post-Atlantean epoch of culture. Outwardly, at any rate, very little
    • is scarcely an aperture, seems to enshrine a mystery; from outside at
    • Initiation. These buildings shut themselves off from the outer
    • the dwelling place of the Divine-Spiritual; but the outer structure
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • itself as a Greek Temple. Every Gothic form seems to reach out beyond
    • lead out and beyond; they strive as it were to make themselves
    • this — where even the enclosing walls seem to lead out beyond,
    • where the interior space itself reaches out to the mysteries of
    • debris have survived. This could be pointed out in every detail, down
    • accessible only to those who can find the way from the outer to the
    • the body can become the outward expression and manifestation of the
    • a way that they lead out beyond all enclosed space to the weaving
    • which — without any element of sentimentality — enshrines
    • quite apart from the outside appearance of the building. The exterior
    • outside appearance is there for the secular world — with
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  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Fifth Root Race (Aryan), we must realize at the very outset that it is
    • Race (Atlantean) there was a population which spread out like rays and
    • Southern Asia are remains of the population of ancient Lemuria, whose
    • and Northern Asia and in Southern Europe. That is the soil into which
    • This cultural civilizing process spread out radially from a point in
    • to send out colonies from which new civilizations were to arise. This
    • small root-stock had arisen out of the Fifth Subrace (the Primal
    • Lemurians and was still present in Southern Asia, and the remains of
    • Atlantean civilization in Africa. Thither he sent out his colonies,
    • is, in fact, contained about what extends beyond birth and death.) The
    • about by the Manu. Meanwhile, out of the suppressed Lemurians came the
    • Pariahs (Sudras/Outcasts), out of the Indians, the four castes. The
    • this doctrine fell more into the background, was outwardly less
    • intent upon employing the outer accomplishments of the age of magic in
    • of the Atlantean Primal Semites — those who had been chosen out
    • Civilization had developed the art of arithmetic. The outcome was the
    • element, and in the south, the Atlantean. In the distant past the
    • slight traces of them still remained. In the South of Europe there was
    • Hyperborean strain in it, it could not hold its own and petered out in
    • in its settlements, one of which is that of Alba Longa. (south of
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • is reaching out to apprehend the Mystery of Golgotha once more with
    • Sun not only pours forth light, but sends out radiant Wisdom into a
    • “I had to descend out of the divinely
    • Spiritual. There is the Spirit; out of that Spirit I am born; that
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • Into this earthly world the Father God has led us. Out of Him we are
    • Then must they seek Him out at His hidden place. Indeed, there
    • resounds throughout the Gospels what is made manifest as a deeper
    • the question about Christ was indeed a purely spiritual one. Their
    • die, but to them this Death was a mere semblance among the outer
    • he understood it when the spiritual worlds were opened out before him
    • consciousness of man, the “Out of God — out of the
    • acquires knowledge about the world in the manner of modern Science,
    • not uttered out of any sentimental feeling: on the contrary, it
    • the sentimental mystic says to himself out of some dark and mystic
    • Thought as living Thought out of all Nature. With the dead Thought,
    • dead Thought arises again as living Thought out of the crystal
    • quartz, out of all Nature. As from the tomb of the mineral world,
    • Thought is lifted up again as living Thought. Out of the mineral
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  • Title: Lecture: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • are round about him. As you will know, we have in the course of our
    • words are very little more than mere outward signs for the objects
    • I spoke about the evolution of the Leaders and Guides of humanity who
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • out of Inspiration. They are not now completely surrendered to the
    • out of this Inspiration they pour down to Earth the speech-forming
    • and the language of will, brought down as it were out of these
    • It was out of an extraordinarily deep perception that the well-known
    • deplorable! They are made out to be just like ourselves. They were
    • true Orient out of Deussen's translations. The first thing
    • necessary is to be able to comprehend the change that has come about
    • in another aspect the first pedant philosopher, for he made out of
    • of thought. Man begins to speak more out of thoughts; language
    • that a time had arrived when the Gods had to grow out beyond what is
    • came right out of the Divine and spiritual stream in which he had
    • absurdity (for so I must call it) had to come about when the
    • mineralised. All the fresh young sprouting life that we saw in the
    • A short while ago, we heard a great deal about a resolve some people
    • manner of facts about language were collected, but the whole effort
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • Demiurgos, and as the outcome of Jehovah's union with matter,
    • purest kind was worked out, although it too has been wholly lost.
    • us try now to summarise what has been said. Throughout many centuries
    • a Galileo, men felt the call to set about understanding the Earth
    • beneath their feet. And they then proceeded to work out a science of
    • inform themselves about the dark secrets of existence. The
    • aftermath in Central Asia (Southern Asia too was affected to a
    • and Spirit stand lower than man. Throughout the regions of Siberia
    • mythological lore was the outcome of a wonderfully spiritual
    • nourishment for certain astral beings who set out to direct the
    • move about among men and carry on their activities in the astral
    • possession of men; they can obsess human beings without in any way
  • Title: Lecture: The Influence of the Dead on the Life of Man on Earth
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    • other elemental beings, who accompany us throughout our life, and we
    • ‘planets’; our relation to the outer world, to certain
    • outer beings, and notably to other human beings, is regulated by the
    • outer physical picture of what is there in reality. In reality there
    • larger number of people, strong enough to bring about a system of
    • death, it is they, by their forces, who draw our etheric body out of
    • conceptions and ideas which portray to him the outer physical
    • connection. We know that throughout the world in which we live
    • make him out to be with our hostile criticisms. If we had the
    • instance, that out of our personal antipathy we meet with peculiar
    • carry it out; he was not able to do so. It is no longer in his
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • out of racial and national connections and the like, playing into the
    • quarter-truths. Compare it with what we have pointed out today. The
    • physical in a more inward way. In former times, the outer life was
    • that arose in outer life might often be referred, it is true, to
    • ordinary outer reasons, but an inner reason underlay the outer,
    • another. The Sun requires about 25,900 and a few more years to
    • process through all the signs of the zodiac. Man lives for about as
    • beyond their limited outlook which sees nothing more in the whole
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    • points of view and when something has been said about it, its content
    • are formed about the origin of myths, the creation of mythology,
    • those which are expressed through modern natural science about this
    • thing or the other. Physiological, biological truths about man
    • the Egyptians throughout centuries through the influence of Osiris.
    • newcomers brought about, not while the other was extending beneficent
    • the corpse in pieces. Isis collected the pieces and out of each
    • came up out of the underworld — when his worship had already
    • uttered so much nonsense about Egyptian conceptions as Woodrow Wilson
    • is able to think in one week about European conceptions — if
    • about the matter that he made Rhea barren.
    • sought to know about that which goes through births and deaths —
    • existence. Man is already there without question. When therefore
    • we have of course said various things about these Gods, but let us
    • Well, they were not beings which went about among men under ordinary
    • were in a certain respect useful; but they also did things about
    • particularly outstanding degree. A certain clairvoyance naturally
    • otherwise they would have to be men and wander about here in the
    • outside, but the earth that man carries in himself, i.e. —
    • one cannot find in what is said about lightning and thunder; for the
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    • about cosmic mysteries. In another connection we have already stated
    • consciousness in fact expressed in imaginative myths facts about
    • come about in modern times. But at that time there was indeed a
    • to approach (we have pointed out in the Christmas lectures that by a
    • longer there. These things naturally come about in such a way as to
    • about? It was brought about inasmuch as the most important signs were
    • spirit-dog and the spirit-bull; he describes what he feels about
    • about the 6th and 5th-centuries B.C. — in the work of Thales,
    • modern times know, to be sure, about these entirely different
    • Osiris was dead for the outer world — almost a physical
    • no attention to it, or talk the children out of it as being foolish
    • fact that which shot up out of the forces which are usually called in
    • himself out of the atmosphere. Formerly he had seen it outside; now
    • Imaginations of what was outside in the atmosphere. But after
    • puberty, out in cosmic space, as Imaginative pictures. Both sexes,
    • human being. One knows what goes on outside in space, goes on
    • etherically, by having perceived it formerly as it were, outside, and
    • perceptive process and a thinking process spread out in time; whereas
    • what we now crowd together in a few moments as regards the outer
    • relation to the world man thought of as spread out over the whole of
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    • most important of their arts, who ruled in Egypt throughout long
    • all the deepest thoughts the Egyptians were able to form about the
    • nature all about him.
    • born out of foolish arrogance, it is born in humility; it is also of
    • fact, in themselves, that which they made themselves out to be.
    • this new offspring. And she moved it about, she dragged it far off
    • trailed the new offspring about, and since she had trailed and
    • a being, a single whole, out of the fourteen pieces. But in this
    • the machine. And since this being had arisen out of fourteen pieces,
    • knew that she had herself dragged it about, that she had herself
    • chuckling about the world. And lo and behold! as once upon a time
    • the new humanity about the nature of the new humanity, in so far as
    • chuckling being — mankind still had self-knowledge about this
    • to be read in the literature about Till Eulenspiegel himself.’
    • it purely literally and naturally carries it out in the wrong way.
    • sniggers, and over many other matters which, out of a certain
    • comes out of the tragic state in which it exists today.
    • written about it, the cross has been related to everything
    • one should inquire about the origin of such a saying. It goes back to
    • Imaginative life drew out of the spirit, as we described yesterday.
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    • standing outside the priesthood cannot raise the veil of Isis. One
    • Bergson, the Schelling and Schopenhauer plagiarist, is about to be
    • corresponds to what is out in the macrocosm. Cancer, the Crab,
    • the outer world, with all that approaches him as elemental world.
    • one shares the air out-breathed by the other. Modern men have become
    • outer universe, but in this, as it were, man is helped by something
    • particularly the things out in the universe, was an especially strong
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • more terrible than formerly, yet they are stragglers, out of date. We
    • this epoch great must be brought about from the forces of the
    • the money-changers out of the Temple. Courage must be found to
    • in the outer planets, Saturn, Jupiter, Mars you see what is connected
    • wouldn't bother themselves about anything! That is why things have
    • doing, for men hammer out concepts and stop short at these, and will
    • mankind out of the calamities into which it has brought itself.
    • put questions regarding the outer world. Spiritual Science has
    • out — are Lenin, Trotsky, a certain Herr Joffe and a certain
    • for Herr Rosenfeld-Kameneff, it is only what the outer exoteric world
    • read about it at the time and knew of it in other ways. These
    • nothing in common with Lenin's views, they came out of it all with
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    • I have pointed out to
    • in early youth through natural forces, if they do nothing of their
    • times can come in which only the views and opinions of youth
    • transition, but in each age one should also look about and see what
    • merely to bring forward a fact, to consider a human outlook.)
    • Movement if it broke out round one at the present day? What would one
    • standpoint from which he viewed world-history, pointed out that when
    • is pointed out by Friedrich Schlegel.
    • humanity. I have pointed out to you how remarkable it is that Raphael
    • I have pointed out how a flaring-up of Goethe's poetic power always
    • about through life itself. No one stand point should gain a footing
    • in Vienna that he had a hope, a great hope, that out of the disorder
    • place: that is not what came about; what came about are these
    • enter if fresh knowledge is drawn out of the spiritual world. This he
    • things and carry out things that are great and brilliant, but it
    • materializing of Europe came about!
    • talks, takes part in group meetings, grumbles vigorously about the
    • else to say about life than the young men. Merely to know this
    • back at one's youth and say: Ah, how fine it was when I was a child!
    • and death, just as we carry about our physical body of flesh and
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    • age it was still possible to bring about a deeper knowledge of man
    • man as he wanders about over the earth, as a picture, as a picture
    • physical form that wanders about before our eyes as man — far,
    • man that goes about among us, what man is between birth and death
    • miraculous structure this human being actually is, who wanders about
    • The rest of the man without the skull is still a very complicated
    • coming about of a human head. But now, if through heredity,
    • they only have rulership over what is spread out before the senses,
    • which wanders visibly about on earth.
    • in his thirtieth year. To outer physical observation such a sudden
    • death is a kind of accident: but from a spiritual science outlook it
    • moment when from outside, from any external cause, a man suddenly
    • pointed this out yesterday — no longer pay attention to what
    • unprejudicedly [?] enough). We have learnt a certain amount in youth,
    • but all have learnt something in youth. And what do we do in later
    • still flow down the Rhine, if what we can give to youth today —
    • Spiritual Science rightly understood can bring about these two
    • life, something which throughout life can be a source of joy in life
    • astronomer says today, what our general culture today says about the
    • being who walks about here below upon the earth? Most certainly not!
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    • starry heaven is at work to bring about the form, the shaping, the
    • North and the other pole to the South, but that cosmic forces are at
    • universe is concerned. The head has not merely come about through
    • southern areas of the fighting. Driven by necessity, of course, one
    • can be outwardly substantiated. One who observes children in
    • the likeness often only comes out strongly in later childhood —
    • on to the earth out of the wide universe. If one wants to draw it
    • out, is made use of by man when he
    • He finds in the out-streaming substance, forces which take him into
    • then streams away again (arrows pointing outwards). So that one can
    • substance into the earth, and again an out-breathing.
    • outwards, we pass out again in death.
    • here, the in-streaming and out-streaming forces, are not solely
    • and the life of the grubs with the out-streaming substance. I
    • certain year streams in, only streams out again after several years.
    • This is also connected with the fact that the out-streaming substance
    • is more active, streams in quicker, the out-streaming substance is
    • heavier and streams out more slowly.
    • the forces in the instreaming substance when he comes out of the
    • the head, takes possession of the out-streaming substances and their
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    • with the outer phenomena connected with this as a result of your
    • without moment for the entire universe. It is precisely through the
    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • expression, it strikes against the outer limits of our spiritual-soul
    • astral body and the ego. It thus comes about that when the human
    • follow this up in the outer human form, if we look at the being of
    • there is a drawing together of what comes from without as the
    • outer surface of his body, we can see just what is subject to the
    • without, from the skin inwards, including the sense organs, is built
    • for us from out of the cosmos. But what is brought forth organically
    • outwards, which is counter to the other organization; it creates
    • the skin and the senses. So far as the outer periphery of our body is
    • through our ego, what grows from within outward against the
    • the human being is really born out of the universe. And his sojourn
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • which has its outward organ chiefly in the rhythmic system of man,
    • outer visible expression between heaven and earth. Our head points
    • simply to practice this old oriental method today, without attaining
    • today, when everything is thought out materialistically. Today it is
    • cannot be brought about today by meditation that arises from a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • waking, both the astral body and the Ego are present outside the
    • the child without his having subsequent memory of it, we are
    • now, what develops out of this sleeping state at the beginning of
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • world. This means the child can move freely in any direction without
    • correct point. Current ideas about this faculty are, as I said,
    • the search for equilibrium. Then, out of speaking, thinking
    • a faculty that develops out of speech.
    • speech in everyday life, the astral body carries with it, out of the
    • and spirit out of the physical and etheric bodies and during the
    • proceeds from the human mouth on the waves of the words and is heard
    • soul inherent in speech during the day is taken out into the
    • all that are carried out of the human being by the astral body during
    • what he does between waking and falling asleep as he walks about or
    • bound up with every movement we make as we go about the world
    • every step we take as we go about, spirit and soul are contained,
    • our limbs and our movements is taken by the Ego out of our physical
    • movements carried out into sleep, but satisfaction or dissatisfaction
    • spirit that is added by the Ego to what it bears outwards from the
    • The Archangel Beings feel an affinity with what is carried out into
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  • Title: Lecture: Goethe and the Evolution of Consciousness
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    • mental outlook of man through the centuries. If we tell people to-day
    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • a different outlook is necessary from that to which they are
    • evident in the outlook of many teachers of history at the present
    • man has not fundamentally changed throughout history and that if this
    • fundamentally the same frame of mind, the same mental outlook as they
    • outlook. This significant example — and I mention his name
    • As a young man Goethe necessarily grew up in the outlook of his
    • this world of thought. There was something turbulent about the young
    • at the poems he composed in his youth and we shall find that there
    • thinking about the world and about life.
    • refuge. Read the works written by Goethe in his youth and you will
    • longing to go to Italy seizes him and his whole outlook changes in a
    • around him in his youth. And we see how in the course of his Italian
    • and outlook, will never understand him. For an inner change of mental
    • outlook is essential if we are to realise what Goethe really had in
    • world which was so alien to Goethe in his youth. But, when all is
    • world which had grown up since the fifteenth century. In his youth he
    • study of external Nature since about the middle of the fifteenth
    • with our method of constructing a world out of chemical and physical
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • to say something about anthroposophical Spiritual Science. [This
    • reality of higher worlds without pointing to the paths leading to
    • human heart can conjecture about what lies on yonder side of the
    • Anthroposophical Spiritual Science therefore sets out to awaken
    • sets out to develop a first, elementary faculty of higher knowledge
    • in this way, by means of certain exercises carried out by the faculty
    • An Outline Of Occult Science,
    • however, is the same throughout: the forces of soul, the forces of
    • attention away from these outer sense-impressions, we engage in the
    • arise in moments when we are caught up in the outer reality of the
    • outer and inner boundaries of knowledge can now be faced in an
    • unfolds the activity of thinking. He thinks about something or other;
    • subjective. The object is outside. A man feels that his thoughts are
    • separated from what is outside. He now has before him the tableau of
    • them out of our consciousness, but, after sustained effort, in
    • from the outer world enters the breathing organs as a reality, so
    • in the following position. He starts out with a normal content and
    • continual out-breathing and in-breathing of the spiritual world, and
    • carried out in full waking consciousness, under complete control of
    • workings. In the practise of Yoga, the man of ancient India set out
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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • the course of about six centuries, humanity has been trained to take
    • up intellectualism. Intellectualism developed from out a spiritual
    • from older traditions, from what existed in Asia, Africa and southern
    • certain respect, risen out of Gnosticism. It has risen out of
    • were, a shadow-outline of the old spiritual wisdom. We can see
    • reveals the struggle after a world-conception from out the very
    • scholastics it was a conceptual form with clearly defined outlines,
    • unfolded, but throughout that time it had not enriched itself
    • the intellectual faculties merely to the world of the senses, without
    • a soul-habit which has risen out of Christian dogmatism.
    • of the senses offered to them. Fundamentally speaking, just about the
    • knowledge flowed out of the world of the senses, whereas the attitude
    • an external observation could always be pointed out and summed up in
    • the right to point out that the super-sensible world must be the
    • the form which this development took on just about the middle of the
    • definition of sensualism in his book, “An Outline of
    • the modern conception of Nature has risen out of Scholasticism,
    • through our ordinary, normal senses and what we elaborate from out
    • images of the super-sensible world, without being aware of the fact
    • had brought about the circumstance that through Darwin's person a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • outcome of the arbitrary action of a certain number of leading
    • without taking into consideration the special definition which
    • Haeckel gave to his world-conception, and even without considering
    • those who do nothing but collect scientific facts, facts out of which
    • know anything about the possibility of forming a conception of the
    • gradually come about that the arms, feet and legs of the human being
    • the outer aspect. If we wish to penetrate through the chaos of
    • impulses of feeling throughout the civilised international world.
    • characteristic way in the outwardly pious Christians, particularly in
    • the outwardly pious Roman Catholics. Of course, on Sundays they
    • considering to-day. For this reason, the things which I am about to
    • about it within your consciousness... At the most, dream-pictures may
    • of man, which takes hold of the complete human structure, works out
    • already see what has thus developed, we may see it raying out from
    • an inner connection. We should be able to see it. In an outward
    • will, can anyone extract out of the philosophy of Avenarius or
    • skin and observes what is round about him outside his skin. I would
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • him a knowledge of the things which are outside; he reckons, as it
    • which are outside his skin. Characteristic of this way of reckoning
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • of man's future development. Many things are born out of pain and
    • early youth? — In order to obtain a sound answer to this
    • out of the water; he is dead. What would be more natural than to
    • past Haus Hansi, but without enclosing it. Consequently, when we
    • lifted out of our physical-corporeal part, so that we are endowed
    • sphere, outside the body.
    • asleep, for in both cases the soul-spiritual part is lifted out of
    • perceive outside the physical body, so that it can have an idea of
    • from outside, the sleeping human being lying there on the bed has a
    • upon it out of the cosmic spaces. That is the earth's perception. And
    • during the night, the earth works out in thoughts all its
    • from out the cosmos. The earth imagines this through the etheric
    • out of the etheric world, so that the earth's events may take place.
    • drawn out of our etheric body as we grow old in the course of our
    • out of our etheric body everything that could be drawn out of it.
    • But when an etheric body belonging to a youthful body passes through
    • nevertheless etheric bodies coming from youthful human lives,
    • bodies, of youthful human beings that thus ascend to the spiritual
    • encounter on the part of people outside. Consider how these truths
    • fateful times passed through the portal of death in their youth; we
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  • Title: Lecture: Salt, Mercury, Sulphur
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    • you of the three figures whose outstanding importance has lasted from
    • said that out of the strange and incoherent utterances of Jacob
    • and man in the universe. Out of the sum-total of his knowledge of the
    • however, looks out into the world that is perceptible to the senses
    • to him was the vista of the outer world, of outer nature, of that
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • comprehensible to human reason. In this outer nature man learnt to
    • be outside man and in seeking thus to understand human nature by way
    • without any knowledge as to whether this conception was in accordance
    • synthesising the processes which are to be observed in the outer,
    • reflections of processes in outer nature. At the time of Bacon there
    • from nature outside, on into man himself.
    • outer substances are dissolved in the fluids and juices within the
    • human organism. The outer substances which the plants absorb from
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • the like, are really crystallisations which have been shattered. Out
    • say: Out there in nature, everything has its form, its configuration.
    • exist in outer nature, are dissolved. They are transmuted into the
    • investigate outer nature to find out the true configuration of salt.
    • way man’s attention was diverted entirely to the outer world.
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  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • place during that epoch of European development which began about the
    • year 747 in the south of Europe and which closed in the first thirty
    • the youthful freshness of the intellectual or understanding soul. The
    • Greek culture, so much admired by posterity, came into being out
    • of this youthful freshness of an intellect that was not yet permeated
    • by egoism, out of this youthful freshness of the human understanding.
    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • which, for instance, the people living about the time of the Mystery
    • so abstractly about thinking as we do to-day. He thought: The sun
    • that shines upon the things outside, that makes the things outside
    • the food, that became he himself, as it passed through his mouth, his
    • painting portraits, we really lie. We look at people outwardly and
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • existed. It was dying away, burning out, but enough remained of that
    • at Constantinople gave out the dogma that man does not consist of
    • people who only see them outwardly. Central Europe, that is now
    • asleep, when we walk about in our everyday life, steeped in illusions
    • to mete out, or cut to measure. When a knife was used in ancient
    • times, it was really used to “mete out” a gift for
    • Theosophical Society had, from the very outset, a sectarian
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • bring the outlook of Anthroposophy to bear on questions and
    • acquire any real self-knowledge or feeling of his own being without
    • approaching the science of Initiation, for the forces out of which
    • of what I want to convey by saying this, you must think about many
    • by no means without significance for what we do during our earthly
    • existence in the physical body. But neither are they without
    • There must be no misunderstanding about such a fact as this.
    • Something else, for example, might come about. The Ahrimanic Powers,
    • Without the science of Initiation, understanding of these things lies
    • also, to translate what he is able to proclaim out of the spiritual
    • communicate. But crude experiences which arise without healthy reason
    • away without being understood. People are never willing to believe
    • senses. Those who are not strictly accurate about these experiences
    • much may be heard about the super-sensible world, it remains so much
    • themselves. They know nothing about the impulses that are at work to
    • speaking the truth at all about certain things, because of national
    • never uttered about the events of the last four or five years,
    • because people everywhere speak out of one or other national
    • newspapers in Germany about the alleged political aims, methods and
    • information about Anthroposophy.] They certainly do not. For
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • about that in more recent years the way of working had necessarily to
    • have just said really intelligible, I must tell you a little about
    • me. They were about to conclude their theological studies and enter
    • man so deeply that it pervades everything he brings forth out of his
    • into the world today — I pointed out to them that one cannot
    • persons out of whose hearts springs the impulse to strive for that
    • at the universities and yet were about to enter upon the practical
    • developed, cannot be satisfied. I pointed out, therefore, that there
    • various sciences. One may be in the Anthroposophical Movement without
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • gradually develop together with anthroposophical knowledge out of the
    • I pointed out that it was a matter of forming communities; that what
    • single individual, but that, out of the knowledge thus gained in an
    • are at first unable to set out directly along the path to the
    • What I then had to say out of the needs of our human evolution to
    • and bring forth out of the spiritual revelations of the present day
    • What I have been able to give to these people out of the conditions
    • to be celebrated in a right way with the forces out of the spiritual
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Movement), for the reason that outside the Anthroposophical Society
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • send our thoughts to those who are outside on the battlefields, where the
    • Our prayer may helpfully ray out
    • Our prayer may helpfully ray out
    • physical world, and for this reason, I have frequently pointed out
    • ‘AN OUTLINE OF OCCULT SCIENCE.’];
    • know of a house, if we would only go round it outside, without ever
    • be studied from outside, this spatial interior is not what I mean
    • our body. Spatially speaking, they are outside. Nevertheless,
    • point out that we really speak of ourselves in an entirely
    • We eat in such a way that we send the food out of us; when we send
    • food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not send it into
    • something also split off during the Earth-development; it went out
    • splitting-off process: namely, we were turned inside out! Our inside
    • became our outside, and our outside became our inside. During the
    • towards the outer world, was really turned towards our inner being.
    • possess was still formed from outside. Since that time, we have
    • really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be turned.
    • other spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the
    • physical body, from out [of] all the super-sensible forces. Imagine that
    • When we are outside
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • outwardly; that is to say, a stage in which the soul really feels its
    • element of the sentient soul, inspiring it from out [of] the cosmos,
    • pointed out that in “Kalevala” the human being is forged
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • this Being, forged, as it were, out of all the atoms of Nature, the
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • consciousness was first spread out.
    • south, or rather in the southeast, another nation faces the Finnish
    • Mystery of Golgotha, in the form in which it went out of the
    • obliterated through an influence from outside; it can only be
    • of nation, predisposed from the very outset to experience within the
    • message from outside.
    • spiritual character is, at the same time, indicated outwardly, even
    • must look out for a soul-tribe leading upwards from below;
    • soul is structured and guided from out the cosmos.
    • penetrates more from out the spiritual world. It is not contained in
    • blackboard represents that out of which come the elemental forces of
    • in there, must come out of the organism of the earth itself out of
    • Consequently, a being must be there that influences the soul from out
    • from out Nature by a force resembling Wainamoinen; it streams towards
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  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • out those aspects of the three phases that all three share in common;
    • that what I am about to say could serve many a listener as a means to
    • created? Everybody who has sought out the Anthroposophical Society
    • destiny in what I am about to describe.
    • approach the Society do so out of a sense of dissatisfaction with the
    • really open mind about these things and has come to anthroposophy in
    • concern of their hearts, something they cannot really do without if
    • in the anthroposophical community shows how little able the outer
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
    • outside world to turn this erstwhile external will inward. When he
    • out simply as a matter of response to externally imposed laws and
    • with the life about him, as indeed he must, his real desire is to
    • out the Anthroposophical Movement, but it is definitely present.
    • The real truth is that what we have had drummed into us from about
    • further away from the externalized science that has been an outgrowth
    • life and practice are outgrowths of a materialistic science, and a
    • belief in the external and material and what the mind concludes about
    • from super-sensible worlds is something that comes about quite of
    • life's outer needs continue on, and he cannot get away from them in a
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  • Title: Lecture: Perceiving and Remembering
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    • warmth-outer ether,
    • shall inquire today: How does memory come about? How is it that we have
    • in the outer ether, he feels the movements which stir the outer ether, and
    • the outer light-ether; sleep only consists in that part of the astral body
    • etheric body, also withdrawing into the outer ether.
    • Remembrance is this: the perception from the outer ether of inner etheric
    • movements; the perception from the outer light-ether of movements in the
    • intensely within the outer ether, till after a few days they leave the outer
    • itself. We should be then in the outer ether and look at the movements of our
    • ordinary circumstances, leaving clairvoyance out of the question, see what
    • on meeting Mr. B.’ Light would then perceive light, that is, the outer
    • body is brought about by Ahriman. We can therefore say [and I shall write
    • from out of and by light the human soul is capable of observing what takes
    • Powers, let me consciously, in the light, from out of and by the light behold
    • light from out of and by the light.’
    • explained to you, disappeared about the time in which the Mystery of Golgotha
    • were well aware how all things I have mentioned were brought about, and were
    • Gods of Chaos (consciously, when out of the physical body). May the offspring
    • of evil now be driven out (of Ahriman, but Ahriman is not written there), who
    • Because they decreed, without Thy command, to take away my light, Thou has
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 1: Forgetting
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • the day. The questions that cannot be answered out of sense
    • is due to the astrality of the earth descending from without into the
    • we shall have to become clear about the fundamental difference
    • earth; out of it a quite definite plant will arise. From a grain of
    • wheat a wheat stalk and ears will grow, and out of a bean will come a
    • certain point. When a human being arises out of the embryo we see
    • case without our needing to educate it. That belongs to its nature.
    • Yes it has! The older a man becomes — not so much in his youth
    • body. Let us assume that he is a lazy fellow, on whom the outside
    • and out through the other. A person like this will not have so much
    • and who in his youth took in a great deal and worked well, and has
    • about, and make it serviceable for man. It is as though it were not
    • your memory, you connect the image of the rose with the outer object.
    • for instance, a man could receive impressions and never get them out
    • be able to get certain impressions out of his mind because he is
    • worried about something. If he could forget them they would work
    • we can say about everyday things of the moment also applies to things
    • this image to him and let it stream outwards. But if we could manage
    • and ineffective when turned outwards, but no sooner is it turned
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 2: Different Types of Illness
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • speak about the same theme in a very elementary way, of course, but
    • is also a kind of introduction to the lectures about to be held in
    • and next Monday we will talk about the origin, historic importance
    • would like to speak today about the nature of illness from the point
    • about illness, or one or another type of illness at least, until they
    • go much beyond the cure. That is, they are only concerned about their
    • content themselves with the thought that the people who carry out the
    • will be like this. For they do not think about these matters or care
    • in the least about them unless it affects them personally and they
    • out and interfering so horribly in the education of children and the
    • People do not care about the deeper significance that is actually
    • people who work out of occultism — and there again they only
    • care about whether they can be cured or not. But they do not care
    • out of the spirit. Who cares whether the public prevents any cures
    • with materialistic theories, despite the fact that it arises out of a
    • works according to the rules that arise entirely out of our
    • tell you about the nature of the fourth member of man's being, the
    • know anything about the nature of blood. That would be quite
    • about the illnesses connected with the nature of the blood. For the
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 3: Original Sin
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • sexes were outwardly very similar, and their characters were more or
    • person, however, did not remain the same throughout his life. Because
    • those ancient times these influences brought about tremendous changes
    • about any basic changes in their character. The reason for this is
    • of the environment. It is not noticeable to outer perception, but
    • propagate without the two sexes, this individualising would not have
    • this came about at the expense of something else, and when I describe
    • external objects which are the outer expression of these. They learnt
    • inter-working of the sexes came about and together with it the
    • sensual longing that is stimulated by seeing the outer appearance of
    • concept of original sin. Original sin is brought about by man coming
    • illness did not exist. It came about at the same time as
    • consciousness can carry out the following feat — it always has
    • longer blown by the wind. This double made out of the incorporated
    • of the possibility of working from out of his soul and spirit, he
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • that life bears them out. The observation we want to start from is
    • crisis which occurs without fail on the seventh day. This is
    • but also with the cosmos, the whole world about us. For what we have
    • within us is also to a certain extent outside us, and so we could say
    • that we can best get to know these inner and outer connections if we
    • astral body and the ego are to a certain extent outside these. But
    • Nor could the etheric body exist without being interpenetrated by
    • human body cannot remain without there being an ego and an astral
    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • the great ego at night. For sixteen hours on average it is outside
    • changes during the night, about which the ordinary human being knows
    • human being is continuously undergoing certain changes, the outer
    • the remainder of the time it is more outside this cosmic astral body.
    • etheric bodies during sleep. This brings about changes in man's inner
    • seven days. But now we are approaching a sphere about which we would
    • a circling. The rhythms man would carry out in his physical body, for
    • have often spoken about — have brought it about that the
    • particular connections come about. If you consider what I have just
    • rhythms a relationship is brought about in the same way as the
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • there is to say about the fourth member, the ego, is best seen if we
    • of waking up in the morning; that is, you rise up out of the darkness
    • and carries out its cycle in seven days. The cycle of the etheric
    • cycle in about ten times twenty-eight days, and then returns to its
    • had to point out that phenomena of daily life are comprehensible only
    • Everything in the physical organism is an expression or outcome of
    • extent connected with it. We will eventually come to talk about what
    • rhythm, but in what way? We shall have to be clear about the
    • not got the tendency now to push the illness out, the patient comes
    • the earth. But outside there was a sun, and when such heavenly bodies
    • learnt about in the hierarchies of spirits. We have seen that it is
    • through mere lifeless forces. We have pointed out how grotesquely the
    • professor was doing it. There is no gigantic professor out yonder of
    • rhythms of the heavenly bodies and actually bring about all the
    • the same point ten times twenty-eight days later, there are about ten
    • true image of the great world relationships, for he is created out of
    • matter of course that man in his inner rhythm conformed with outer
    • movement does not correspond to the outer situation: it goes wrong,
    • to the outer. And the essential part of man's evolution on earth is
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • November) we spoke about the four different ways in which it is
    • discussed until later. Today we want to talk about at least a certain
    • presented the illnesses arising out of the ego as such, and which
    • about them. Let us talk today about a few aspects of something that
    • effects in the next. Therefore we shall have to say a few words about
    • the kind of experiences that come about because he is now in an
    • and astral body are connected with the etheric body, but without the
    • astral body without man being bound to a physical body. This is the
    • describe it, too, as the period of learning to do without the
    • out of habit you might say — that he hankered for in life. Now
    • spirit and to have solely what can be acquired out of the spirit.
    • could say a great deal about it, of course. Today, however, we shall
    • of illnesses. So what I am about to say must not be taken as the only
    • would have become had he reached his goal without effort. This is how
    • about the special character of your future lives on earth.
    • no means always be worked out in a single life. It can then happen
    • particular example. In Kamaloca we form the intention of carrying out
    • karmic connections although what we are about to say can also be
    • will doubtless arise urging us to carry them out. So let us suppose
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  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 7: Laughing and Weeping
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • intelligent it does not arise out of an individual element in the
    • animal but out of the group soul. It is very difficult, of course, to
    • the one about the nature of the temperaments, you will remember that
    • basically done from without. All the work that is done before birth
    • by the individuality takes place from without, for example through
    • weeps? Weeping can only come about when the ego feels weak in
    • weakness in relation to the outer world cannot occur. Being in
    • expand and stretch it. Whilst weeping is brought about by
    • group ego from outside can laughing and weeping arise. Now because
    • the spiritual point of view if we become clear about the following:
    • this form is imprinted upon it out of the astral world, and
    • from out of his ego this also appears physically in the expression of
    • the ego brings about. It is the astral body, from within, under the
    • about by the compression of the astral body. This is what these
    • taking an individual ego into himself and working from out of it on
    • animal the ego works from outside. Therefore all the conditions of
    • outside, and the inner quality of such an existence cannot express
    • essentially of a long out-breath and a short in-breath. It is the
    • opposite with laughing: a short out-breath and a long in-breath. Thus
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • present-day earth conditions bring about such differences among men,
    • what tremendous human differences must have come about since the very
    • outside on to the earth. That was the purpose of the separation of
    • forces, like the sun sends its light, from outside on to the earth.
    • shine on him from outside. We will disregard all the other forces
    • the sun and moon work in various ways from outside. The way the sun
    • on to the earth from outside. You know, of course, that the nearer we
    • spiritual science has to say about these things will make sense. It
    • outside, has had the least influence of all at the North Pole, so the
    • physical bodies that swarmed about on the earth below. From a
    • visit the North Pole in Lemurian times, he would have spoken about
    • though they had great clairvoyant faculties, and who looked out to
    • the moon was becoming more and more active from outside. The air was
    • died out. Having descended too soon into a physical body, they fell
    • not have come about. For the Lemurian population would have gradually
    • died out, having to succumb to passions, and the best souls of the
    • level. With them, devotion to the outer world and ego-feeling
    • maintained a balance. Such people were scattered about everywhere.
    • were more susceptible to influences from the outer world than they
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    • Throughout our life, we have to struggle with questions that cannot
    • AND CREATION OUT OF NOTHINGNESS
    • about the nature of cosmic evolution, if only you are prepared to
    • outer world, just as the physical body is enveloped until birth in a
    • You can actually discover what is happening, even without clairvoyant
    • vision, although clairvoyant vision confirms what we are about to
    • perceives the outer world, of course, but its brain is not yet an
    • no longer working from outside but from within. What works from
    • outside during the first weeks of the child's development could not
    • been working from outside passes into the brain, it develops under
    • which first worked from outside become active from within. What was
    • outside the human being during the first months of his existence and
    • astral body is outside it; but only the physical and etheric body
    • its astral body for the most part outside it, and therefore it has
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • of twenty-one, he is from the outset no animal being, for the ego,
    • nature with it and lives it out. Man not only brings with him his
    • outside? To answer this we must reach three very important, rather
    • wonderfully beautiful etheric body raying out all round in such a way
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    • inwardly instead of being occasioned by outer events. These lectures
    • or have heard something about my Mystery Play,
    • great deal has been said previously about the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • essential about this Mystery until we have studied it from the four
    • this? Those of you who want to be clear about this need only turn to my book
    • the gist of what I have since said in the course of years, about the
    • appeared have been the natural outcome of that original spiritual
    • If, on the physical plane, something is to be brought about by us, we
    • bring about something in the physical world. In the spiritual worlds
    • about; the more active we are, the more can happen. In the spiritual
    • had to be created. An outer event, an external influence, was
    • inner influences, not exerted so definitely from outside. Not that
    • You may remember what I once said about Christian Rosenkreutz
    • outer events; since that year they have become more inward.
    • of the Hierarchies to carry out among themselves, but one particular
    • worlds was to bring about the ending of Kali Yuga, needed something
    • out of concepts already familiar to him. Higher knowledge can be
    • not be setting about this in the right way; he should wait until the
    • particularly true of everything that man can himself bring about in
    • again it is not the movements or manipulations carried out by the
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    • after death. Understanding of every human soul without distinction of
    • carried out during recent months. It is only as our studies progress
    • The most important and most outstanding fact revealed by
    • person. At about the third year of life, although of course there are
    • about the reason why the child gradually passes from the stage when
    • come into any sort of collision with the outer world, he could never
    • the outside world tells you that you are an ‘I’ and you
    • with the outside world need not always cause bruises but in essence
    • stretches out his little hand and touches something in the outside
    • by such contacts with the world outside that the child becomes aware
    • consists in learning to distinguish himself from the world outside
    • When there have been enough of these collisions with the outside
    • collisions with the world outside have completed their essential
    • even without any occult knowledge — to observe the life of soul
    • that is possible without any occult knowledge provided only there is
    • directly to do with them as we have with experiences in the outside
    • only in the morning but throughout the day; our ‘I’-consciousness
    • destruction that ultimately brings about death in the physical world.
    • is really occupied throughout his life in reducing his own value, in
    • bringing about his own destruction. However, as long as we remain
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    • has already been indicated about the life between death and the new
    • upon conditions to bring about a change. An individual who is aware
    • he must leave it as it is; he is unable to bring about any change in
    • through human will is able to bring about certain changes in the
    • Without realising it he may even be longing for Anthroposophy. In
    • bringing about a change in the conditions of life between death and
    • ideas about the members of man's constitution or about what can come
    • humanity, this will eventually come about. Simply through paying
    • direct attention to the spiritual world that is round about them and
    • I want to make you aware of how little a man really knows about the
    • surface of a sea without the faintest idea of what is down below on
    • may be said that this happening had no significance for our outer
    • about the cancellation your attitude of mind would be quite different
    • of the wheels? No, we look at our watch in order to find out the
    • or wheels. We look at the watch and do not trouble about what there
    • another without any electric telegraph — and perhaps the
    • which spreads out its leaves and opens its blossoms during the day
    • blossom to unfold Out yonder in cosmic space, therefore, are the
    • they withdraw or unfold when they are active. What is brought about
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    • being. What, after all, does he know about the processes working in
    • a particular point, directs his senses outwards and then his sight
    • were outspread and what he perceives is really the centre. He looks
    • Zodiac. He looks out as it were from every point of the Zodiac, that
    • his Ego and astral body when these members are outside his physical
    • astral body move outwards and unite with the forces of the stars. But
    • spreads out below. This part of the Ego-aura appears to clairvoyance
    • by the innermost darker dotted outline, the etheric body by the
    • fainter dotted outline, the astral body by the sloping lines; the
    • radiates outwards and upwards without defined limit, and the lower
    • part radiates downwards without defined limit.)
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    • are still well-informed about the starry sky will steadily decrease.
    • their lives and carried out their daily tasks more instinctively than
    • sit in their offices and work out the project with the help of plans
    • skill and accuracy he sets about building his den.
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • of the stars in the night, about the heavens, although they had no
    • bodies what they experienced about the constellation of the Great
    • their own contact with it. This brought about changes in their very
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    • shall not be speaking today about the Christmas Festival as in
    • The narrative tells of a song which rang out from
    • Angels and resounded in the devout, expectant souls of the shepherds.
    • peace which then rang out was the contribution of the Buddha from
    • situated in the region of the Black Sea in the South of Russia, there
    • Assisi, especially what is so impressive about him because of its
    • Let us remind ourselves of what has been said about the
    • change that had come about in the forces brought by human beings from
    • without change, if the phase of decline had been prolonged, souls
    • Earth, enabling them to participate in what takes place outwardly in
    • the evolution of Mars something similar to what had come about at the
    • Mars was brought about through Christian Rosenkreutz and the
    • teaching had been prepared in a sphere outside the Earth but with the
    • This is the momentous outcome of what might be called
    • Rosenkreutz whose, work on Earth now continued without the
    • these souls absorb, in a sphere outside the Earth, what they need for
    • how he worked after the Christ Impulse had been given. Think about
    • of Christmas gift, certain information about Christian Rosenkreutz.
    • throughout the year if we nurture it during our life from one
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    • Gautama Buddha. Genuine enlightenment about the being of man and his
    • outer, exoteric presentations of Christianity but also in the more
    • about the content of anthroposophical views, ask: How comes it that
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    • about this ‘I’ of man in the physical body, which they
    • to be quite without significance. But for one who is intent upon
    • To begin with, the human being crawls about on all fours
    • and very special effort is required on his part to lift himself out
    • of this crawling position, out of this subjection to gravity, into
    • first sentence. Try to remember this, although without clairvoyance
    • him down, causing him to move about on all fours and to be incapable
    • their evolution, who work upon man from outside, consigning him to
    • the sway of gravity out of which he must lift himself with the help
    • occultism and seership have to say about the nature of man. But this
    • himself and his outer form. By his own efforts he has to make his way
    • something that comes out of the head like writhing snakes. Every head
    • in a kind of prison, it could then expand outwards on all sides. All
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    • man even as late as the Atlantean epoch. Without super-normal
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    • forces working from outside (see diagram). The work of the 'regular'
    • world. And there will be still more to say about this subject in the
    • the course of man's physical life — about which something has
    • cycles: one from birth until about the seventh year, or until the
    • puberty at about the fourteenth year; then a third cycle, and so on
    • What, then, is there to be said about occurrences which
    • will therefore think about the cessation of growth which after all
    • when they drive out the second teeth. That is the culmination of the
    • ceases to be active. What comes about later on is only an expansion
    • formative principle still produces out of the human being. The
    • without interruption. If we think only of the principles of form that
    • stops, this means that formative forces approaching from outside are
    • about the seventh year of life (indicated in the shaded portion of
    • formative principles work in opposition from outside, so that the
    • one working from within and the other from without. The formative
    • working from without are not of the same kind. They come from Spirits
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    • mind we can say that man, in his outer stature, has been organised by
    • innermost realm of being. The outermost manifestation, the form, is
    • being. Of the one I have said that it comes from without and moves
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    • outside us in life on Earth becomes our inner world. Preparation of
    • the normal perception belonging to outer existence we study human
    • whole organism. We bear it about with us but we cannot observe it in
    • gaze out into the world but in modern life we cannot direct this gaze
    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • applies to the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms in outer nature.
    • is outside in space, nothing of the processes manifesting in the
    • on man himself. It is actually as if everything else were blotted out
    • but without sadness. For the feelings we might have in our waking
    • life about this process of destruction are absent when we see it from
    • during sleep-consciousness. During existence on Earth we look out
    • and outside us only the human body. We feel that the stars and other
    • that here, in life on Earth, is outside us becomes in that other life
    • an inner world, and just as here we look outwards to the stars,
    • book about Goethe has recently been published, in which his
    • characteristic qualities are traced back to his ancestors. Outwardly
    • lungs inside him and there is air outside. Needless to say, that is
    • the water and I jumped in after him and pulled him out; but for that
    • this threefold entity is filled out, permeated by the foodstuffs that
    • being has been prepared in past ages without any physical connection
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    • thinking in the third. Acting out of love rather than merely out of a
    • may be a life after death but why should we trouble about it during
    • touch with the outer physical world, to act and moreover to think in
    • for ourselves out of the forces of the super-sensible world, we remain
    • what these Beings are offering us, or we may pass through it without
    • that may enlighten him about the super-sensible world — such a
    • admittedly, able to cope with the outer world and its demands, in a
    • what is beneficial to themselves without any consideration for others
    • to be taught any ideas about religion for that would be against
    • nature. If children are allowed to grow up without having any ideas
    • about religion pumped into them, we find that they do not of
    • against children being taught any ideas about religion would
    • idea, assuming one can get hold of it, cancels itself out.
    • investigation to trace them back to times when souls without number
    • developed a religious frame of mind out of sheer egoism. They then
    • passed through an existence between death and rebirth without being
    • which human beings can execute and think about what they want to
    • human beings who carry out the work prescribed for them by their
    • tasks that men will have to carry out will become increasingly
    • complicated in so far as they are connected with outer life and men
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    • about how much of what is yielded by sense-impressions is left in the
    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • wishing continues throughout a man's earthly life. This form and
    • what is said about the kind of experiences undergone there that what
    • Soul-Light corresponds with what I have said about the Mercury
    • sphere. If you compare what was said about the life of the soul when
    • about the region of Soul-Light, you will
    • about the ‘Active
    • religious concepts. Compare what was said about this with the
    • outer aspect.
    • We learn to say to it: ‘That which is here spread out around
    • about the Mars
    • experienced even within the outermost planetary sphere, the Saturn
    • adopted a creed; without religion in some form it would be lonely and
    • about the third region of the Spiritland, the ‘airy’ or
    • thoughts about such questions — thoughts which can then be
    • progress is brought about by the stream of spirituality that flows
    • Old Moon passes into the cosmic sleep and out of this condition the
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    • If we try — at first without any kind of religious or
    • way by its own efforts, not in response to any impulse from without,
    • through revolutions in our ways of thinking about the external world.
    • limited sense and had spread widely over Southern Europe and other
    • Now from the outset I would like to say that when in
    • everything that individual religious creeds have to say about the
    • concerning the Mystery of Golgotha. One can leave that quite out of
    • everything outside; let us imagine that no report of the Mystery of
    • world, we certainly find there nothing that is known to-day about the
    • anyone may be, however little he may care to know about the Mystery
    • world, you may refuse to know anything about clairvoyant impressions,
    • you may shut out all physical impressions — with thoughts you can live
    • soul, and that one cannot draw from it the power to go out into a
    • thought underwent its deepening; to shut out everything else,
    • higher spiritual world; the star from which rays out the power that
    • spreading out over other regions at that time, before the Mystery of
    • shine out from this star in the higher spiritual world. And then
    • remarkably little is really known about it, but from the available
    • material substance was there to start with, and out of it everything
    • world. So not only sense perception, but human thinking, lies outside
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    • Mystery of Golgotha out of the treasure of its wisdom, and that this
    • to consider this, for unless we are clear about this inevitable
    • misunderstanding of what came about through the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • at what can be learnt about the Mystery of Golgotha from the
    • about the temporary inhabiting of the body of Jesus of Nazareth by
    • who tried to work this out — there were some — were very
    • what we should call an astral body — which had gone about on,
    • people thought He had gone about in a physical body, this was
    • the comprehensive, deeply-grounded wisdom, permeated throughout with
    • known what it was all about. And since one cannot properly express in
    • One thing that very few people think about today will
    • thrown out only as a question. It is one of the many questions which
    • any knowledge about the being of Christ Jesus ... not to speak of
    • deliberately set out to place one hindrance after another in the way
    • as we start looking at the fairly detailed knowledge about the Sibyls
    • at the very beginning of the Sibylline age. From about the eighth century
    • Sibyls, in Ionian Erithrea; from there the first Sibyls sent out into
    • out of chaotic psychic depths the Sibyls utter all kinds of
    • prophecies about the future development of this or that people,
    • utterances of the Sibyls pour out in such a way that — if they
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    • accordingly, resides in what was said about the difficulty of
    • emerge. Today I would like to say something about the Christ Being as
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    • for the kind of observation I have often spoken about
    • had stayed on earth) and were incarnated in human bodies throughout
    • about — if, that is, the human souls had come down from
    • been ruled out. So a change had to be brought about in the forces
    • sense system crying out to the spiritual world for help, and in
    • Being, and then brought about a change in the cosmic forces which
    • brought about by the permeation of this Being by the Christ Spirit,
    • Thus it came about that when a man breathed in a particular place, he
    • reflected in the various world outlooks of the post-Atlantean
    • thing about the initiation of Zarathustra was that he perceived the
    • Egyptian-Chaldean epoch, came about partly through the reflection in
    • this third event to come about?
    • need was to drive out something which would have raged chaotically in
    • and driving out from the human soul that which had to be driven out
    • drive out from thinking, feeling and willing the element which would
    • drive the Dragon out of the soul-nature of man. This was a
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    • which had to come about for the evolution of humanity through the
    • to say something about the basic characteristics of the world
    • this point of view we need say only a few words about the first
    • them over to higher stages — because the Zarathustrian outlook
    • in human souls by the forces which shone out from the stars; when the
    • happenings are brought about. This picture of the world I would like
    • he had been at the end of the Atlantean time. It was out of the
    • the physical sun goes to the south. The myths are seen to be
    • into them, inoculated them, its activity plays out from them on to
    • post-Atlantean epoch? Again I must make use of a pedantic, dried out
    • precisely the god who forms man out of the Earth — that is, out
    • this teaching about man, that he is formed out of the forces of the
    • Adam — he who was formed out of earth! That is the significant
    • man out of earth; and he, the Jahve-god, having become in the
    • course of his evolution the Ruler of Earth, breathes out of his own
    • breath with what he has formed out of earth. And he wishes to dwell
    • these forces to those of in-breathing and out-breathing in human
    • beings. The Earth does have forces of in-breathing and out-breathing
    • which bring about ebb and flow, the swelling and sinking of the
    • to the rocks with his rod and makes water gush out. Moses goes up the
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    • I have spoken to you about the Sibyls, pointing out how
    • influence on the spiritual life of Southern Europe and its
    • wanted to indicate that this peculiar outpouring from the souls of
    • out the forces that speak through the clarity of the Ego. This indeed
    • — to press back the chaotic Sibylline forces and to bring out
    • the right path of evolution — came about through the Christ
    • soul-forces throughout the day, we have to let them sink into nightly
    • consciousness quarrel ardently about dogmas, while what was most
    • Christianity in the West could not come about through the quarrels of
    • the outskirts of Rome, a decision was taken which proved to be of the
    • highest importance for the configuration of Christianity throughout
    • within the protection of the walls of Rome, but outside them. For the
    • fight against Constantine outside the gates of Rome, you will destroy
    • Maxentius obeyed it and with faith and courage went outside the
    • configuration of Europe, brought about by dreams and Sibylline
    • seen up above and one may form the strangest conjectures about it, so
    • lecture-courses, and if you feel about it as I do, you will find,
    • when I spoke of this, I felt unsatisfied. I had to give out what
    • the injunction: “Search out where the name of Parsifal stands!”
    • be driven on to speculate about the truth. Landmarks appear. For me
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    • to tell you about the Mystery of the Grail and its connections in
    • called the result of research is given to the soul from out of the
    • the doubts that can be raised, the curious assertions about all sorts
    • research is not the outcome of ideas that have been put together, as
    • outside our Movement, who then make the most senseless remarks about
    • them and of course take pleasure in quoting from them out of context
    • and so on. And let me also say — without the least wish to
    • the moon shines out as the gold-gleaming vessel. Within it rests the
    • recollect all that we have ever said about this Sun-spirit in
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • out of the elements anything more than is expressed in the moon
    • come over from the Moon period and with its outcome for Earth
    • out of Hebrew antiquity there emerges this mysterious connection of
    • referred to the appearance of the Maid of Orleans. I pointed out how
    • “This and much more has the Maid brought about,
    • well-accoutered and noble men. To be obliged to meet and converse
    • out and conquer them, but only after previous warning. For the King
    • So wrote a Percival to the Duke of Milan about the Maid.
    • may venture to look up to the stars and question them about their
    • hence the subterranean warmth and the fact that without warmth there
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    • look out to the stars in cosmic space we do not at first find what
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    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • ordering and outstreaming of the twelve Signs of the Zodiac as a
    • interpreted out of the signs of the cosmos. Anyone who thought that
    • Taurus, or Gemini, bring about destiny. Yet one can read from the
    • outside space and time. When we observe human life as a whole
    • outwardly active. Now if we encounter a man we shall say: “You,
    • though not in the external world. In the outer world it acts only, so
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    • period lasted from the rise of Christianity to about 800 – 900 A.D. up
    • there was no actual life of thought. As my book sets out, one can
    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • Anaxagoras, Anaximenes, etc. It has been pointed out, for instance,
    • that Thales believed that the world originated out of water,
    • Anaxagoras out of air, Heraclitus from fire. I have shown how these
    • perceives it from outside and when we speak of Greek philosophy we
    • perceive. They looked out into the world, as it were, and perceived
    • thinking, where one draws the thoughts out of oneself, where one must
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
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    • rotating nebula, out of which the heavenly bodies gradually
    • researches carried out during the 19th century into earthly
    • to say a great deal about the material composition of the heavenly
    • bodies, and have worked out a certain kind of physics and chemistry
    • specific details about Venus, Saturn, the Moon, and so on. But all
    • the physical organism of man, leaving out of account altogether the
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    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • seclusion. Outwardly, the Moon acts as a mirror of the universe; the
    • Now, as you all know, we see what is outside or in front of a mirror
    • is behind the outer surface of the Moon, in the innermost sphere of
    • glorious wisdom was once possessed by men who received it without
    • only what the outer surface, the walls, as it were, of the Moon
    • other knowledge is only like information we could glean about a human
    • Such an image would tell us nothing whatever about the man's
    • refuses any approach towards initiation to know anything about the
    • outermost planet of our system, Uranus and Neptune having been added
    • much later. We will leave them out of consideration now and think of
    • tells us about everything else in the universe, Saturn tells
    • us nothing at all about the impulses he receives from the universe.
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    • What spiritual science has to say about life and the
    • possible to point out the significance of spiritual science for the
    • to present the other side as well, I shall also point out the
    • Seen from outside, human life is, to begin with, a riddle, for if it
    • from out the spiritual world, riddles of life and of man connected
    • considerably long stretch of life upon the earth without him. We can
    • passed through the portal of death brings about this deepening
    • required by karma. He brings it about while the souls who are
    • into them and streams through them, he can now bring about this
    • deepening required by karma, which could not have been brought about
    • we encounter, will bring about another influence, it will influence
    • we view things from this angle we shall be able to draw knowledge out
    • or through some other cause coming from outside, through some other
    • brought about by the circumstance that a violent and sudden end of
    • come to the fore which bring about death from within the human
    • close from within, but from without.
    • the spiritual standpoint are fully aware that a man who is about to
    • strengthening of his Ego-consciousness, which must be brought about
    • circumstances which bring about his accident. This is how we must
    • feelings die out. Seeing that during the course of evolution man has
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    • worlds that are spread out around us. We call the ‘elemental
    • world. Just as when we open our eyes or lend our ears to the outer
    • every-day life, they are by no means without significance for us. No,
    • which can be so enhanced that we think we can no longer live without
    • and feeling and outlook — our outlook on the world itself, or
    • human being — and the other, bringing about the play of
    • this to the elemental world, for it is out of the elemental world
    • not only spin out relationships to those other etheric bodies which
    • corporeality is ethereal. Just as we go about among physical people
    • in this world, so do we constantly go about among such elemental
    • receive into our whole mood and outlook; otherwise we do not rightly
    • spiritual scientist merely by knowing about certain things. You are
    • such an instrument is needed. A person who meets us in the outer
    • body is outside him, but he is so intimately related to it that he
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
    • unperceived. So much, for today, about the elemental world.
    • outside the physical and the etheric; when our body that lies there
    • have, however, the elemental world in a certain sense outside us
    • straight into our astral body — out of this world-of-soul which
    • conscious inspirations out of the spiritual world. It appears to him
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    • when a change has come about in the last few decades, when a young person
    • fresh from university speaks one is no longer curious about what he
    • comes out automatically; it is as if the brain itself has lost its
    • observation. This situation has come about because intelligence was
    • rhythm of the external cosmos. We must go with our thinking out of
    • If one has in mind their physical aspect only, when speaking about
    • contained in everything of a solid earthy nature. The outstanding
    • multitudes. When one is in a position to find out how many of these
    • squeeze them out as if from a sponge — in a spiritual sense,
    • of course — and out they flow in an endless stream. But
    • eight, making out that two times two makes eight, or something like
    • share feelingly in the world processes. We remain outside of things
    • that he finds out how hydrogen and oxygen combine into water to be
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    • have frequently pointed out that we obtain, as it were, a general
    • outside, without ever going inside, so that we would never learn to
    • however, that can thus be studied from outside, this spatial
    • outside. Nevertheless, they were built by forces that are far more
    • sound, I must nevertheless point out that we really speak of
    • were to say: we eat in such a way that we send the food out of us;
    • when we send food into our stomach, we really send it out, we do not
    • Earth-development; it went out into the world's spaces from the
    • inside out! Our inside became, our outside and our outside became our
    • which is now turned towards the outer world, was really turned
    • which we now possess was still formed from outside. Since that time,
    • we have really been turned inside out, like an overcoat that can be
    • spiritual part of our physical body is borne out into the spaces of
    • Where do we dive down? Through our death, we go out with lightning
    • speed into that which forms our physical body from out of all the
    • When we are outside our physical body, we experience
    • soul, the moment of death stands before our soul throughout our life
    • constitutes our ego-consciousness after death. Throughout the
    • You see, even in this case we must set about thinking in
    • that afterwards it unrolls again and fills out the universe, with the
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    • stand out there upon the battlefields, where historic events are
    • learn something more important and more essential about what has just
    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • here to-day resound out of the many feelings which have passed
    • they have too strongly accustomed themselves to think only about the
    • to you to-day particularly about certain things in connection with
    • consider, to begin with, the most outward fact regarding the dead a
    • about from birth until death, or let us say from conception until
    • “I see growing within me, out of this event, the feeling —
    • has beyond it, as far as the physical outlook is concerned,
    • about his birth through his own physical experience — just so
    • not draw them out of the depths that are connected with the physical
    • body which we lay aside, remains visible for us, throughout our
    • entire remaining life after death. It is outside, but it remains
    • were, what is outside us as being united with, woven into, the world;
    • now entering the life of the etheric world outside.
    • left behind by the dead — is, in reality, always round about
    • imagine a human being who is striving to carry out the following soul
    • must be carried out in perfect calmness of soul. If anyone becomes
    • looking at it, has something that attacks something which comes out
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    • I hope that this course of lectures, which I am about to
    • without a certain degree of opposition that might now and then be
    • technical one, and if we wish to characterize without further ado —
    • as we are not now speaking about the path of knowledge — what
    • humanity as a whole, without the various shades of the particular
    • the Mission of the several Folk-spirits, as that which brings, out of
    • the foundations of a people, out of the spirit of the various
    • so — a détour or roundabout way, so that, after this sanctuary
    • attention to this, on the other hand it is also not without reason,
    • must appear very unreasonable to our age, to be told about beings,
    • us a sensibly perceptible outer side. A human being presents himself
    • outer senses, but is nevertheless an absolutely real being.
    • past, one in which we now live, and three others, out of which, in
    • Manas, which will develop in man out of this astral body in the
    • portion which he has already developed out of his astral body as the
    • working out the higher members, after the sentient-soul, the
    • Records, the evolution of man in the primeval past and the outlook
    • now are. But they were not human in the sense that they went about on
    • strange what we are about to say may sound, it will be made quite
    • out of his physical body and etheric body, he leaves the latter lying
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    • body from out of the very inmost part of their soul.
    • out something which is to a certain extent visible externally, a kind
    • exhaust what he knows about this particular country. When we speak of
    • parts which shine out from within. The case is different with those
    • Certainly these preserve throughout long periods a fundamental tone,
    • they have something which continues throughout long ages. But in
    • part of the earth does not only depend upon what rises out of the
    • brought about from outside, in a certain sense. Every one of these
    • its depths, holds good in the widest sense; everything seen outside
    • and organize it. Therefore the ground is sought out, if it proves to
    • he work into the human beings who move about upon this ground and
    • Beings, the law which brings it about that at every stage certain
    • should have had at the earlier stages. Now throughout the evolution
    • The first and chief thing brought about by this contact
    • that which could not come about without the whole structure and form
    • the very reason that, so to speak, out of love high Beings remained
    • bring about, because they with their great forces and powers remained
    • another domain. I pointed out yesterday, that there are yet other
    • Sometimes these configurations stand out in strong
    • constellation has to come about. Only remember that on one occasion,
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    • them outwardly: that they are Beings who are two stages higher than
    • call the sentient-soul. It first works itself out and begins to
    • It will now be a case of starting out from some conception with which
    • out the following in thought. What I am now drawing is only drawn to
    • it will in every case bring this certainty; you may carry out the
    • figure in thought, without externally drawing it. You thus perform an
    • need not go outside yourself. You may imagine for one moment, that
    • enters into man through the outer senses. Imagine the external world
    • necessary for an outer object to approach your senses, it only needs
    • man may arrive at knowledge merely from within, without being brought
    • Archangels out of all that can also become human consciousness? What
    • brought about by the external world, all colors, sounds, in fact all
    • sensible perceptions of the outer world, — none of this
    • stimulated by outer impressions. That too, which is aroused
    • think about that which comes to us from the outer world by means of
    • cannot shine forth to us out of the external world, which we can
    • ideals into our sentient-soul from outside, but we must let them pour
    • in out of the spiritual world, and work upon them in the
    • cannot perceive outwardly, but which glows through and permeates his
    • eliminate from the inner life that which is received from outside
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    • and being come about. We know from the study of Akashic Records and
    • about which makes man's present organization possible. We have
    • woven out of many and various forms. It must be quite clear to us,
    • about in the life of present-day man at a certain age; it can only
    • If you remember what has been said about the education
    • which only comes in about his twentieth year, have no direct interest
    • for the Spirits of Form. They only intervene, out of their own
    • nature, one might say, somewhere about the twentieth year of life: so
    • which he is to be found somewhere about his twentieth year. All that
    • after this consciousness as a Moon-being, at about his
    • followed a normal development he would only then come out of himself
    • and survey the outer world in that representation of it which is the
    • have acquired in his twentieth year or thereabouts. These, therefore,
    • evolution would have only been bestowed at about his twentieth year.
    • receive about his twentieth year. All this has very significant
    • world is concerned, in the condition which is his at about his
    • world already from birth on, up to the twentieth year, i.e., by about
    • are in about our twentieth year. Man must pay for this by passing the
    • development through child and youth. You can see, if we take this
    • whether he did so in the north or the south, in the east or the west.
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    • about the character of this or that people, and however our feelings
    • Reincarnation, when properly understood. It gives us the outlook
    • there is substance spread out,’ and he will describe this
    • forces streaming out from certain Beings; we may therefore say, in
    • presents itself as forces which come out of the earth and radiate
    • into space in every direction. Certainly a man could not walk about
    • would hurl him with lightning rapidity out into space. The fact that
    • outstreaming forces; and where they come together they form as one
    • outward streaming forces, acting in such a way that they stop each
    • the earth, out in every direction; and that which comes in from
    • without. Thus these two kinds of forces meet here, and this
    • what you see outside as the earth's surface is most unreal, it
    • outwards from within the earth, and had as their opponents only the
    • South from the other parts of Europe. Now how did this Alpine chain
    • become solid. Viscous waves were then thrown up from the South, so
    • yourselves a mighty wave being thrown up from the South, which
    • Thus we gaze upon that which is brought about in our
    • outward, we look first of all through the sphere of the Spirits of
    • Spirits of Motion and the Spirits of Wisdom. When we gaze out into
    • live, move and have our being. They come out of universal space, but
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    • work that finally a state of equilibrium comes about. Hence you will
    • unfolding its powers from out of the universe towards the centre of
    • Form, which brings about in our life on earth that there should be
    • would actually be brought about. Thus if all these seven Spirits of
    • not otherwise have been able to bring about the equilibrium requisite
    • be brought about that Jehovah split off towards Moon); then we must
    • for a certain point. But what I have said about the different parts
    • you will find it pointed out that in old Atlantis, in
    • about which led to the corresponding distribution of the races. In
    • so that his racial character may come about, cannot at first work
    • tinted races of Southern Asia, and towards the Malay Archipelago.
    • transformation there brought about, certainly expresses itself more
    • out in various directions. This part of the nervous system,
    • brings about a modification of humanity and produces the basic
    • to bring about the special modification of this people.
    • That which always works in the blood, that which must be fought out
    • indirectly through the sense-impressions and streams out from thence
    • modifications can come about, and that in the formation of the
    • but in a roundabout way through all the other systems. Therefore in
    • glandular system. It separates out the hardest parts of man, and we
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    • Southern Asia, who compose the Malay race. We should have to look
    • pointed out, bodies of people remained at the different points, from
    • Archangel were sent out from the West to the East. But these
    • were sent out, were at different stages of development, in other
    • particular people was lifted out of normal evolution and had a
    • and teachings about the gods appear, but also in the philosophies, in
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
    • All that could possibly ever be spun out of the unity by
    • has been spun out by the Semitic Spirit in the course of thousands of
    • is not possible without Pluralism, and the latter is not possible
    • without the former. Therefore we must recognize the necessity for
    • age that the Archangel of Greece raised himself out of the various
    • out-spreading exoteric Christianity. Here therefore we have before us
    • Spirit of the out-spreading, exoteric Christianity, and in that
    • across South Germany and the Alps. These peoples had the Celtic
    • small peoples were guided by their Folk-souls and, without troubling
    • about the Spirits of the Age, were completely devoted to the impulses
    • seventeenth century (beginning from about the twelfth century), was
    • a Spirit of Form. Thus it comes about that our fifth post-Atlantean
    • outside it would be reckoned as folly that the very spot in the
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    • the South, a uniform view of mythology, and on the whole a similar
    • Germanic Scandinavian mythology throughout all the countries in which
    • this mythology, in one form or another, was outspread. That which the
    • the outer uniform. The apparel and the qualities of the Beings in the
    • These five ages of civilization were brought about by the migrations
    • had passed through in a dull state of consciousness, without the
    • out around him like a spiritual aroma, a spiritual aura. Thus there
    • clairvoyance. This was brought about by the action of the forces into
    • stepping-forth out of the old clairvoyance, and had already reached a
    • human souls, and their exertions to lift them out of their old dim
    • humanity; so that they gazed out into their surroundings, into the
    • more distinct outlines than what one is still living through. It is
    • as remembrance, has sharper contours; sharper outlines. The influence
    • the Greeks awakened in the memory in firm, sharp outlines. That is
    • occurrences out of their own knowledge, which, however, was a divine
    • grasped by means of the forces which had developed out of the Indian
    • Records. These peoples of the West had raised themselves about one
    • of mist, as it were, and when out of this sea of mist there came
    • of the human soul out of the cosmos, that was something which he
    • experienced Odin in his activity at a time when he still went about
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    • straight out of this clairvoyant state into the physical world. They
    • that which was outside in the world was merely maya or illusion.
    • said, if you were to think philosophically about yesterday's
    • impartially, but out of a philosophical way of thinking such as this,
    • Archangels, in the way I pointed out yesterday in connection with
    • relations to the outer world. Formerly, before man saw his ‘ I ’,
    • regulating its own relation to the outer world.
    • bring about in some way or other this relation of the ‘ I ’
    • into relation with the outer world, with other men, and with the
    • without that influence.
    • to enter into him. Ahriman approached from outside and stole into the
    • of that he is attacked by that which works from outside, by Ahriman.
    • religious conception built up out of the whole Semitic tradition as
    • darkness regarding the relation of man to the outer world. Ahriman is
    • How does that come about? It comes about because in the second
    • developed as regards the vision of the outer world. Bear in mind that
    • pointing out that into this world is mingled, in addition to the
    • the outer world. The Persian directs his chief attention to the
    • becoming active in the domain which lies outside. Hence he has his
    • directs his gaze outwards and pictures the Asuras of Light as
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    • about in mankind, beginning from the earliest ages and proceeding
    • only could it come about that nearly 100 years after the
    • individual ‘ I ’ being gradually born out of
    • The Northman still felt thus about them, at a time when to the
    • the still youthful ‘ I ’ of the peoples of
    • out of themselves, it became necessary that the Mysteries should
    • of Europe. Now out of this old culture, through intermingling with
    • which has worked its way up out of the foundations of all that lies
    • development of the inner soul forces, without his ‘ I ’
    • Folk-souls, of directing their gaze out into the world, and of seeing
    • which grew out of the Roman civilization, already possessed more of
    • ‘ I ’ and drives it out into the world.
    • as yet inwardly. If, however, you recognize how this union came about
    • had been driven outwards, you will find that the great historical
    • branch and work out in the most various ways. Thus did the peculiar
    • Southern Germanic peoples had in the first place their task in the
    • inner capacity, and the Germanic peoples living more to the South had
    • task is to look out into the outer world and to work within that
    • culture which for its foundation and development works out the other
    • This continent was encircled by a sort of warm stream, a stream about
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    • be without its difficulties at the present time.
    • expression of souls descending out of the spiritual surroundings, out
    • of the atmosphere, out of planetary life, to unite themselves with
    • still found it among the South Germanic peoples at the time when he
    • Tacitus relates about the goddess Nerthus. The chariot of the goddess
    • (Home of Giants). That which developed out of the earthly body
    • the physical world, that world limited by the outer senses, Freyr was
    • sleep and until the moment of waking is spread out in the macrocosm,
    • Although outwardly it may seem different at the present
    • (from about 3100 B.C.
    • come about, for instance, that persons will be able, through the
    • has heard something about Karma, of how everything in the world takes
    • forward as the first pioneers of the Christ-vision, will be shouted
    • Here, for a while, that which spoke out of the old clairvoyance
    • When this human soul gazes out into the new world, with
    • plane, has evolved out of what Loki, the Luciferic power, left behind
    • will succeed in driving out the confused clairvoyant power which
    • Christ. Those who are destined to point out from the signs of the
    • out of the minds of men all the remnants of the old chaotic
    • forth to us out of the ‘Twilight of the Gods’, that a
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    • from serious science to science-fiction, is being devoted to “outer space.”
    • There is speculation on various levels about visitants from other worlds.
    • Easter, 1933, and long out of print) in which Rudolf Steiner spoke, briefly and
    • An Outline of Occult Science,
    • outcome of a decision on the part of the Spiritual Beings who guide and direct
    • out of the earth that man's organism developed in such a way as to make it
    • gravity. Without earthly gravity, he could never have become a being capable of
    • from the earth, it would still have been possible for man to draw out of his
    • organism, out of his body and soul, pictures such as arose in ancient,
    • rooted in reality at all. More and more they move about in a shadowy existence
    • only about material existence.
    • will be all interlocked with one another, and in their outward movements they
    • will imitate the thoughts that men have spun out of the shadowy intellect that
    • background of what is often said today by people who out of old traditions
    • spider's web wherein human beings will be enmeshed, if they will not reach out
    • science of colour must be lifted out of the realm of abstract physics into a
    • studying the corpse they learn about the bones and the rest of the organism. By
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • of science we can only learn about the part of man's being which has a
    • applying tortures in the Middle Ages. Students learn about the human being as
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    • something about so-called spiritual science, about the way in which it
    • acquainted, and about that building itself, it is in no wise my
    • Zimmermann, whose lectures I heard in my youth, called his chief work
    • can learn about the universe through his senses and through the
    • something about the development of our Anthroposophical Society,
    • out of what is called the “Theosophical Society.” Although
    • prevent this, I must bring forward something apparently personal, about
    • It was about fifteen
    • time endeavoured, purely out of what I had discovered for myself, to
    • give some points of view about spiritual worlds. The lectures we're
    • it, until it was there found heretical and turned out; and what had
    • circumstances, it has come about that the building has been erected
    • further about the Dornach building, I should like to deal with the
    • science or Anthroposophy are looked at merely from the outside, it may
    • science, which for three or four centuries has been developing out of
    • domain which cannot be perceived with outer physical senses, nor
    • speak intelligibly about the ways and means found by spiritual science
    • is generally considered, from the outset, as something unknown, indeed,
    • from the bringing of spirits into manifestation in an outer, physical
    • statue. The logic developed from the outer facts of nature has
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    • Mysteries that were the outcome of different conditions in the
    • being in those times could speak and think about the spiritual
    • worlds, just as a man today can speak about the ordinary knowledge he
    • what men fashioned out of various materials into works of art, and
    • leaders in these Mysteries who began gradually to separate out
    • it were, been born from our own life of soul, they have arisen out of
    • connection in Summer with the whole etheric environment, in order out
    • inmost soul to the Upper Gods was being inscribed into an outer
    • surrounds him, which he draws into himself but always gives out
    • the light and warmth of the present year's Sun. In the sprouting and
    • that a man should pass out of himself into the cosmos, the Christmas
    • spiritualize, whatever knowledge he acquires about the great world.
    • evolution — until about the 4th century — it was this
    • when he passes out of himself and is given up to the Cosmos, but when
    • about that in the course of the ages the Midsummer festivals in the
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
    • all the relevant details to have been worked out, the procedure is
    • something about the nature of the Sun. Thus through the heart we
    • within outwards. In ancient times it was the other way about: first
    • that numbers of people know today about Christmas is that it is a
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    • follows: If we have a number of facts, say about a raindrop, we can
    • Grimm set about writing his wonderful book on Michelangelo in the
    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • resolve and thus, from within outwards, he could give to matter is
    • having to go out in order to enter space, to manifest itself in
    • and about us is the rest of the human world, and indeed ourselves;
    • created works of art which deny the outer world and produce their
    • earliest youth he displayed the faculties necessary for this task,
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • for instance of the Pieta in which the youthful mother holds on her
    • were beginning to be directed outwards so that they could pass
    • artist who poured his soul forth into the outer world that he might
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • proceeded, we shall be able to see how Michelangelo set about his
    • outer nature.
    • without significance that we find among the inhabitants of mountain
    • districts all those stories about enchanted beings which their folk
    • well. The fundamental trait about Michelangelo's work is that
    • summoned him to Rome. In fact, he was actually driven out and had to
    • about his new task, the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine
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    • more about this.
    • have been apprehensive about its effect upon the material as well as
    • him more deeply about what this modern life signifies for the human
    • Spiritual Science: during sleep the Ego and astral body are outside
    • of modern life, and at the very outset I must utter a word of
    • Naturally I say this without making the slightest
    • attitude is not the outcome of strength, but of weakness of the soul.
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • preposterous nonsense about free will and unfree will, about
    • when the outer aspect of the matter is under consideration.
    • important thing is that we drive out of Nature the elemental spirits,
    • present throughout Nature, and when we demolish Nature we drive out
    • release the nature-spirits, chasing them as it were out of the sphere
    • hacked out of, Nature. When in accordance with a recognised law of
    • Nature, we construct a machine or a system of machinery out of raw
    • about the occult side of modern life to those earlier times when
    • out of the spiritual-cosmic setting, and the forces he must unfold in
    • and that is why genuine Spiritual Science calls at the very outset
    • I say without inverted commas — what is written in a
    • matter merely of absorbing what is said about one thing or another,
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    • outer circumstances to be qualified to judge of such things. And then
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • set about learning his history? He thinks of the men who have lived
    • outer life with all its traditions, and what we regard as the
    • friends, that I have no hesitation in speaking about certain results
    • precisely the deeper truths which seem at the outset strange and
    • condition of life? What has Spiritual Science to say about this? I
    • Christendom, in regions more to the South of Europe. Many of these
    • the outcome of real and very strenuous spiritual research —
    • that has been acquired from outside, assimilated as it were with the
    • first centuries of Christendom were in the more Southerly regions of
    • We can look back to the peoples who lived in the Southern regions of
    • these souls who lived in the Southern regions of Europe at that time
    • certain warmth of feeling which pours out in all his utterances and
    • the rather coquettish style of Tagore is the outcome of the influence
    • personality of Rabindranath Tagore. If our outlook is healthy and
    • of the souls who were incarnated in Asia round about the time
    • were living in Asia, in Asia Minor and in Africa about the time of
    • structure of the outer physical world. In short, they were men who
    • spiritual world live themselves out once again in a subtle and
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    • Without taking into consideration the theosophical aspect it may be
    • good qualities without any feeling of bitterness.
    • discover without the aid of clairvoyant investigation, and Goethe
    • arise in old age, when envy appeared during youth. This is a faint
    • throughout kamaloka, etc., and it will be contained in the forces
    • our youth are fully realized in our old age. This applies, of course,
    • might bring about a favourable change in his Karma. To know and to
    • which he can live out his Karma.
    • Moral qualities in fact produce results; they bring about Karmic
    • be recompensed by truth; these are two extremes which bring about a
    • habitually criticize and rebuke others will also bring about a
    • accordingly, the success in life itself will show us that we went out
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • fills out space with his physical body and that we see his physical
    • humanity. We modern people therefore carry about with us a corpse.
    • is really done by the corpse which we carry about with us? It goes
    • post-Atlantean epoch, a deep influence going out from the etheric
    • During my present visit, I pointed out to you how selfishly modern
    • after death. Out of pure egoism they take an interest in the life of
    • way in which modern people think about God in the different
    • mediumistically, something about the great historical aims.
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • about the goals of humanity. People read his poems, as if they were
    • whole groups of man, so that differentiations can be made throughout
    • in youthful years by a Graeco-Latin schooling.
    • education, stating all that the youth of Germany owes to its
    • gradually been assimilated by the ruling body, the state, drew out of
    • therefore leaves the human being in the care of powers outside its
    • The soul obtains a pension; without any effort on its own part it
    • through Christ, without having to do anything for it. “Faith in
    • corpse about with us, which is the true instrument of cognition.
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    • penetrate into the spiritual world (we are then outside the
    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • are outside our own world, and our inner world, this inner
    • with the awakening of Nature outside; the daily course of human
    • born out of the feeling that man stands within the life of
    • corresponds to winter, when Nature outside is awake, and summer
    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • the plants grow out of the soil. But it is otherwise when we
    • plants grow in such a way that their roots are outside and grow
    • sight always remains connected with us when we are outside the
    • this is a kernel, for a fruit has its peel outside and its best
    • outside and his peel inside; what exists inside is only his peel,
    • not count now) everything thought out by the author of the book.
    • out this subconscious writing activity is essentially dependent
    • organism to its own elemental forces, without maltreating it. We
    • should therefore tell a child as much as possible, but without
    • the stream of Karma darkens our outlook into the events which may
    • youth, Erasmus Franceschi lived with an aunt. Once he dreamed
    • back upon ourselves from outside.
    • connected with something outside rises up in you, and this will
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    • time. The course of human evolution has brought it about that ever
    • already pointed out how the peculiar frame of mind which is becoming
    • about otherwise than is expected among the philistines, so the
    • connection with the modern outlook on life, based on natural science.
    • what has been inculcated, and this comes out very clearly if one
    • observes closely the outlook on life of the younger generation and
    • compares it with the outlook which their elders had in their own
    • youth. The poets, especially, furnish us with repeated illustrations
    • popular science. And this comes about because popular science has
    • for the right kind of development — then out of this mood, out
    • someone acquainted with the modern scientific outlook on the world
    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • view has been completely lost by science; man is left out.
    • these few are probably clear about it theoretically, but as yet there
    • out of modern intellectuality, but the further we enter into this
    • the dominant impulse of recent centuries, completely hollows man out,
    • basis of what he is in himself. This stands out clearly as a
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • world something that came out in childhood as disposition, as
    • aspiration, and remained with him throughout his life on earth. To be
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    • knowledge without its affecting him in his innermost soul. Here we
    • out for recognised knowledge. How readily, when entering into some
    • accepts without question, maintaining even with a certain pride: it
    • something he has discovered out of his own experience, it will
    • much as take one step upon it without heart and soul being directly
    • of civilisation, somewhat heavily cancelled out! Present-day
    • knowledge has, throughout, this characteristic: it starts from the
    • and sets out to decide between the alternatives by the exercise of
    • seek rather to keep our personality out of the decision. If yesterday
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • like having to live in the world without the organs for receiving
    • dispute and argue about idealism and materialism, and so forth; to
    • out of himself and into the world, becoming in this way not empty but
    • knows that he cannot apprehend such knowledge without its affecting
    • his character, without its entering — to speak in a paradox —
    • preparation for life — there, openly, without any disguise, to
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • immediate reality. Let us examine a little how this comes about.
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
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  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • The Event of Death and Facts about the Time.
    • know very little about it should be induced to ask: What, after all,
    • pathological, or at any rate abnormal, out of the common.
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • individualities people were drawn rapidly together, without so much
    • Heart-and-feeling in the one could still reach out more spiritually
    • know one another, especially of establishing confidence, without
    • others depends upon the working out of individual karma. For we have
    • must outgrow. Every single human being must develop himself as an
    • more out of the abstract into the concrete, into fullness of life,
    • special gifts for teaching others about the different temperaments
    • and out of this true social understanding for human development will
    • about you and you will find that this is, in most cases, the sole
    • like this about so-and-so, but I do not like that.” Foregone
    • connection between them can be entirely blotted out, or set on a
    • school often have upon their pupils, when out of prejudice they show
    • and social laws often so implacably wipe out individuality in the
    • groups. It was necessary for authority to pour out dogmas, principles
    • stronger and stronger, that which speaks out of the group religions
    • out of the group to teach people about Christ. But in the fifth
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    • world, a consciousness out of which a higher one can be developed. In my
    • Occult Science: An Outline
    • spoken about this path on other occasions.
    • — that is to say, the one who sets out to attain higher knowledge by
    • we look out into the world and through our senses perceive colours,
    • in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's intellectual outlook declares
    • downstream he, as modern, clever man, feels his legs stepping out in that
    • described. He carried out certain exercises of which I shall speak. These
    • through the spinal cord, into the brain; from there it spreads out into
    • rhythm. We never think without this whole process taking place, of which
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • being. There he felt quite differently about the world than he felt in his
    • This came about, not for any egotistical reason, but as a result of the
    • within the breathing process itself. Rather were the words breathed out,
    • this kind (the yogi, too, was obliged to carry out his exercises for a
    • thinking from breathing. Thinking is not on this account torn out of
    • connect it with what exists outside. This thinking yearns to vibrate with
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
    • drawing, white lines). He develops a process that enables him to go out of
    • hold the arms outstretched for a long time; or he took up a certain
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  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • beginning of the twenties. As far as outward appearance goes, mankind
    • was of about the same age as Christ Jesus Himself. The time that Christ
    • about the same length of time that Christ had walked the earth, did
    • Paul continue to live upon earth — that is, until about his
    • bring to mankind true and fitting ideas about Christianity — and to do
    • Christianity cannot possibly be comprehended without having recourse to
    • outlook of men in those days. Not that a complete change took place in a
    • single moment; nevertheless the Event of Golgotha did bring about an
    • the divine and spiritual when he looks out upon the external world. The
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    • bring men out of the habit of looking to the spirits of air and of
    • [4:9 But now, after that ye have known God, or rather are known of God, how turn ye again to the weak and beggarly elements, whereunto ye desire again to be in bondage?King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'Gal. 4:3,9 ...', HAUTO, 1, VAUTO, 1, CELLPAD, 8, 8, 8, 8, WIDTH, 400, BGCOLOR, '#445555', FGCOLOR, '#CCDDDD', CAPCOLOR, '#FFFFF8')" onMouseOutGal. 4:3,9]
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
    • necessary outcome of the teaching of modern theology, if only people took
    • festival, all their thinking about Easter runs along the lines of old
    • the Easter festival that we set out to gain a clear idea of the destiny
    • that has befallen mankind and of what it is that alone can lead us out of
    • ourselves are no longer in earnest about what we recognise as the sacred
    • festival of Resurrection, but in our materialistic outlook we have long
    • accounted of outstanding importance. Yet throughout this work we find
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    • Out of the spirit of
    • throughout these days an agricultural spirit which is already deeply
    • Keyserlingk who helped us from the very outset with his advice and
    • first time I have been able to undertake such a Course out of the
    • is scarcely a realm of human life which lies outside our subject.
    • for the very reason that what is here said will grow out of the soil
    • intentions, in the economic undertakings which grew out of the
    • economic efforts, which grew out of the heart of the Anthroposophical
    • practised nowadays in the widest circles. For it should go without
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • involved. Such things must be determined out of the thing itself,
    • the South. You think, why is it so? You look for the cause, not in
    • the magnetic South.
    • and carefully weigh out everything that comes on to their plate)
    • return to the old instincts. We want to find, out of a deeper
    • Theodor Fechner, who was a man not without humour, said: “Well,
    • water from a long distance. Hence they were wont to put out pails and
    • room enough to put out their barrels in the yard at the same time. So
    • makes no difference, then let Frau Prof. Schleiden put out her barrel
    • speak only in this way. We are in real earnest about it. I only
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    • farm from outside should be regarded rather as a remedy for a sick
    • regard things in their true essence but only in their outer material
    • able to be strictly carried out, nevertheless, if we wish to do
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • coin the phrase. We, in our farm, are going about in the belly of the
    • plants, along with us, receive their outer warmth and air, and even
    • throughout our life. There is a constant and living mutual interplay
    • distant planets — those that revolve outside the circuit of the
    • unfolding of the growth-processes, and they depend throughout on the
    • first place as to the geological foundation out of which it arises.
    • needs. The “head” is supplied out of the Cosmos, but it
    • other substantialities within the Earth — the moment any outer
    • dead inside the Earth than they are outside it. They lose something
    • — then they are of the greatest importance; they ray out the
    • which we observe already when we look out over the crystallising
    • seed, out of which the embryo develops, is usually regarded as a very
    • complicated; for after all, out of its complexity, the whole new
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • complexity. The organism does not arise out of the seed in that way
    • at all. That which develops as the seed, out of the mother-plant or
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    • they remain within restricted spheres. We must look out into the wide
    • clear to the outer science of to-day. I mean the four sisters,
    • acts as mediator between the Spiritual that is spread throughout the
    • whoever would trace the tracks which the Spiritual marks out in the
    • olden time they recognised in the out-spreading, sun-filled light,
    • of modern chemistry about them is scarcely more than our knowledge of
    • a man of whose outer form we caught a glimpse as we passed by him in
    • What is known about
    • our time when speaking about carbon. It is quite true, carbon occurs
    • building up the plant-body out of its peculiar conditions. Then the
    • pictures — the sublime cosmic Imaginations, out of which all
    • our form like a palm. Carbon is constantly about to make us still and
    • carbon out of its rigidity, unites it with the oxygen and carries it
    • outward. So we are formed in the mobility which we as human beings
    • his ever-mobile carbon-formative process, man lifts himself out of
    • ethereal must be spread out, wherever the framework is. Once more,
    • out of account that it is the Spiritual which must have a
    • with the help of sulphur carries the influences of life out of the
    • driven out, as it must be in the air we have around us. In the air of
    • our breathing the living quality is killed, is driven out, for the
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    • and the working of the Spirit throughout Nature must be recognised on
    • to twelve stone) requires about four-and-one-quarter of protein a day
    • is impressed by those substances and forces which go out eventually
    • nourishment of man — not without reason. I wanted to show you
    • into himself is cast out again.
    • about. What the body needs, on the other hand, so as to deposit substances
    • about them which is so bad. Unfortunately, the practical instructions
    • be the tree: outside, the more or less solid parts, while inside is
    • the life ceases with the contours — with the outer periphery of
    • brought into a dead earth and find it difficult, out of its own vitality,
    • if it is immersed from the outset in an element of life. Fundamentally,
    • a parasite out of the living earth. And it must be so.
    • may seem an unpleasant task, but without this personal relation it is
    • outer and an inner side. The “inner” is inside some kind
    • of skin, the “outer” is outside the skin.
    • now the inner side. It not only has streams of forces going outward
    • are pressed back. Moreover, outside it the organic entity is surrounded
    • between its inner and its outer side. All that goes on by way of forces
    • do not ray outward too strongly, but are retained within. Towards the
    • outer world, the organism must live in this way: through the contours
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    • out of which the plant grows and which surrounds the roots, is in itself
    • tree from the outside. Naturally enough, in modern time, when all insight
    • which rest on completely false premises — which are a mere outcome
    • we cannot help doing so. With all that we send out into the world from
    • times, many false judgments have arisen from the materialistic outlook
    • the room is dirty. Nor should we clean the room by thinking out devices
    • It should go without saying
    • those inspirations which we are able to give to agriculture out of spiritual
    • the fact that they are really groping about in the dark. It is a very
    • and raying outward in the proper way, what the plants need in this respect.
    • footing, and as an outcome of her work I think we may take it as proved
    • things, but let me say at the outset: if they should be difficult to
    • instances, i.e. which bring about the formation of trunk or
    • organic places. Yarrow stands out in Nature as though some creator of
    • then you will trace it still farther, in its yarrow-nature, throughout
    • It should on no account be weeded out. (Needless to say, we should prevent
    • the juice out of the yarrow leaves. (Even from the dried leaves, you
    • Now hang it up throughout the summer in a place exposed as far as possible
    • very deep in the Earth throughout the winter.
    • keep it as long as you wish. Add the substance which you take out of
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    • there planets, but by the round-about way of the Earth) — these
    • hand. So it has come about: far and wide, the vine plantations
    • works from the Cosmos in this way flows out into the reproductive forces
    • all that is transformed in the plant so that it spreads out and expands
    • enough to bring about the growth in living creatures. The Moon intensifies
    • process which growth represents; but it has no power, without the Moon's
    • influences coming from without — not the Moon influences, but
    • is inherently true will beyond doubt be outwardly confirmed.
    • about it. For in the end the mice always come back again. What we need
    • very easy to carry out. One will have to work towards a general insight,
    • bring about the reproductive process. In the animal kingdom, on the
    • In some districts it may be difficult to carry out; then you can afford
    • soon come out again if the pepper has been so sprinkled that a few areas
    • again. Undoubtedly the influence of it rays out far and wide; nevertheless,
    • with the influences of the stars without becoming superstitious in the
    • forces are sliding too far down. Hence, too, the outward appearance
    • die out. Thus, for each living creature, there are quite definite conditions.
    • The human race too would die out if it were not for certain conditions.
    • in the plant-root, is altogether an outcome of cosmic influences; it
    • rays out the forces which relate to the insect world.
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    • time at our disposal, I wish to say something about farm animals,
    • unless we first bring about an insight into the underlying
    • man out for the moment) are frequently studied as though they stood
    • in Nature it is not so at all. In Nature — and, indeed, throughout
    • Outwardly Seen, to begin with, it is quite different from a herbaceous
    • tree any more than grows out of it in the thin stalks — in the
    • this grows out of the tree, as the herbaceous plant grows out of the
    • out of which our herbaceous plants and cereals spring forth.
    • the boughs and branches still belong to this). Out of all this the real
    • plant grows forth. Leaves, flowers and fruit grow out of this; they
    • of these plants that grow out of the tree: they are replaced by the
    • of the free grows out of it, just as the life of a herbaceous plant
    • grows up above out of the root below.
    • is actually bulged out; it has grown outward into the airy regions.
    • And having thus grown outward into the air, it needs more inwardness,
    • encompasses the free has a different plant-nature in the air and outer
    • unfolding the herbaceous plant that springs out of the earth directly
    • Look at a plant growing directly out of the soil. True, it is hovered-around,
    • enshrouded in an astral cloud. Up there, however, round about the free,
    • parasitically growing on the tree — brings about in the neighbourhood
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    • that the foodstuffs are received from outside and then deposited in
    • dead combustion-process which takes place in the outer world, but is
    • thought in a fixed direction, scientists bring about widespread confusion
    • will do no harm, provided he still acts correctly, out of true instincts
    • remember the outcome of our last lecture. The plant, as we saw, has
    • we must bring it out once more with special emphasis. As we are now
    • animal there is no such sharply outlined three-folding of the organism
    • of the two outermost poles (Diagram 18). Hence, for the animal we should
    • It comes from that which is absorbed out of the air and warmth above
    • the claw or hoof, for instance. Throughout these parts, it is cosmic
    • as the senses are chiefly stationed there, and the senses perceive out
    • towards them. We should lead them out over the pastures. Altogether,
    • out into its manger — what the wisdom of man provides. Such an
    • Cut out this noblest organ of the animal — the brain — there
    • deposited — excreted, separated out — in the brain. But
    • to the very end. The premature brain deposit passes out through the
    • spreads out through the brain is a highly advanced heap of manure! Grotesque
    • to yourselves how we manure the plant. We bring the manure from outside
    • they will seek out for themselves. Naturally, here our experiments grow
    • treatment. Much will remain to be tried out. Then useful rules of conduct
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    • the outpouring of the Cosmic Spirit in nature is
    • Mystery; the outer sign was sufficient. This outer sign has
    • thereabouts, brings man to Devachan. During this period the
    • water into wine; out of an impersonal religion He
    • to live without the doctrine of reincarnation. Christ
    • in an outer symbol.
    • then the Kyrie Eleison. That is the outer ceremony. The
    • himself. The Chalice is the outer symbol of the human
    • Sacrifice brings about the transformation of man. This Act
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    • out of our own being. But on the other hand, we know that
    • these laws fill out the whole universe. Consequently, when
    • we look out into the world, we have something which we
    • spread out in the universe. Let us therefore imagine this
    • is man's most external connection with the universe out of which
    • what he takes in from outside. Consider that when the child
    • himself, but he also looks out into the environing world.
    • He does not only take in the universe, but he looks out
    • now touch yourself in the same way in which you feel about
    • with the eyes. When we envisage any point outside, the axis
    • between the outer and inner life. Let us indicate this
    • We look out into the universe.
    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • but we are still outside. Then the imitation of the
    • ourselves from outside. Only in the fourth stage we
    • something which is inside, which fills us out, surging and
    • fills us out, surging and weaving through us.
    • filled out, and through the fact that we were thus able to
    • not only fill out the human being inwardly, but makes him
    • our being, with that body which fills us out. Then, when we
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    • out how these impulses and forces developed at the dawn of modern spiritual
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • devoted work such as the Crusades demanded, the Templars lived out in
    • something of real significance develops out of such a life. I say advisedly
    • outside world, then Man can experience again and again how his own inner
    • it comes about that an experience of the soul is not simply there for the
    • outside the body, lived with the spiritual progress of humanity and
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • outwardly visible events, if into these streams had been allowed to flow what
    • had also to be brought about that something which could only live in the
    • souls of the Templars should be torn out of the individuality of the Templars
    • placed out into the general evolution of humanity, so now something else was
    • good divine-spiritual powers. With all the enemies who work out of the lower
    • their torture, the vision of the Templars that could look out over these
    • And thus it came about that, during the moments while they were actually
    • of Golgotha had been placed out into the evolution of humanity as an
    • consciousness was by this means placed outside, objectified, and embodied in
    • experienced in their holiest moments, what they had worked out and developed
    • wrested from them by Ahriman-Mephistopheles, fetched up out of their
    • they not guide humanity through the course of history without Man's
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    • Its starting point is to draw out of man’s inner being latent
    • which can be drawn out of every human soul, forces which transcend
    • anthroposophical sense of this word, must set out from the point
    • entirely directed towards the objective reality outside.
    • reached in such a way as to maintain throughout our clear and
    • unconsciously, without the application of our will.
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • outside the soul. Our cognitive power can only act freely when we
    • some fantastic way out of the reminiscences of our life.
    • find them in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, or in my Outline
    • constituting a systematic practice, should be carried out in our
    • produces one form out of another, by constantly growing and producing
    • out. Psychiatry knows this state in which memories are blotted out,
    • spiritual-scientific content cannot be remembered without further
    • gives rise to something which does not reveal itself outwardly
    • out (if I may use this trivial expression) the second teeth are not
    • reach the point of recognising that the forces which push out the
    • appear in the child revealing a more sharply outlined concept of
    • memory, more sharply outlined feelings, and they will know that these
    • gaining higher knowledge, cannot be blotted out as easily as ordinary
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    • as healthy sense organs are needed for outer sense observation. The
    • pulled out a weapon to defend himself. He therefore was not in a
    • about by a rightly applied concentration, contemplation, and
    • pointed out already, he who engages in the exercises described in
    • has often been pointed out; this distinction, however, must be
    • relation to the outer world. With a spiritual development, it would
    • situation in relation to the outer world when we are confronted with
    • an image of its own being, perceived as a real outer world. From this
    • as an outer reality that which we actually are ourselves, that which
    • outer, everyday life and in ordinary science the content of truth,
    • teaches us how we must think about reality, must be forsaken. After
    • you want to enter; you can no longer have the support of outer sense
    • so as to achieve a mood in which one can endure it without
    • placed over an abyss. This must occur in order that, out of the
    • about this experience in my Mystery Drama,
    • that when he is able to confront a spiritual outer world in the same
    • soul hatred and love, joy and fear and excitement, without our
    • about which he perhaps knows nothing — he is confused about
    • this love, about the sympathy, deceiving himself with hatred and
    • materialist thinks out his theories and denies the spiritual world;
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    • something it wants to say about this feeling becoming an inner
    • anthroposophy cannot speak about the super-sensible being of man in
    • certain that speaking about it in that way would not satisfy
    • is convinced that certain inter-relationships exist about which
    • throughout the whole of the civilised world, of which everything of
    • speaking out of subjective feelings but out of the very kind of
    • knowledge I would like to tell you more about today, namely an inner
    • whole men of present times have very little desire to know about what
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • those memories acquired by opening ourselves to the outer world and
    • remains unconscious. This is something that man carries out
    • unconsciously within us. Something we have to learn about the
    • out consciously by the spiritual investigator. The higher,
    • experience in active thinking we are constantly bringing about a
    • imprinting does not bring about an enlivening process but a process
    • throughout our life. You see, this approach, that people in many
    • process which must be carried out by active thinking, cannot actually
    • world where the experiences have been undergone. We find out the real
    • parallel with the activating of thinking. These outer exercises
    • so-called motor nerves, the will nerves, go out from the nerve
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    • about us with their green foliage, but that in the background of
    • direct our attention to all that springs forth and sprouts on Earth,
    • our complete consciousness, without taking our sleeping consciousness
    • while it is outwardly unfolding its physical nature — it is
    • distinct. They are throughout the whole year two separate beings. But
    • our ordinary waking consciousness, we think of the things round about
    • the secret of the whole Cosmos. While we men move about on the Earth
    • the Earth throughout the year; but this is not the case at the
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • years before our era. When that consciousness came about man
    • about 6,000 B.C. This was the knowledge
    • that is about us in the outer world as a symbol of the great secrets
    • existence throughout the course of an Earth year.
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    • depths of our souls, mysteries far removed from the outer world; so,
    • the sanction of outside powers. They desire a warrant for this or
    • without weighing how those conclusions were reached; for they
    • learn the simplest thing about the illness. Why should he? We have
    • after our bodies; we need not trouble in the least about
    • of spiritual life, all the world over — without distinction of
    • the ‘thing in itself,’ but can only catch the outward
    • It is, therefore, only the impressions of the outer
    • is seen in the mirror is without doubt images — merely images.
    • because man cannot think things out further than one
    • peck out the eyes of another.’ Not only do they not peck out
    • Everything comes to us from the outer world through the senses. But
    • therewith our conception of the world about us. Had we different
    • things enter our souls and group themselves, while without, the
    • what has been pointed out in a somewhat crude form.
    • forth out of the spiritual world. It is not to be wondered at that
    • such a way that we only talk about the things with which it is
    • that is non-materialistic learning is to be driven out of the world
    • science of the day should seek out someone whom they can trust; for
    • branch. Even without being a great man, one can recognise the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • collective economy of the whole Earth to arise out of the economic
    • values they individually create. One nation tries to outdo the other
    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • never bring about mutual understanding between the peoples. To travel
    • such things, a great deal may be conjectured about the inner being of
    • life. I want to speak in outline today of how Spiritual Science
    • sense-phenomena are the outcome. They are therefore less
    • especially to a Southern Asiatic people, is based upon metabolism.
    • those of Middle Europe, we find an outstanding development of the
    • possesses by nature what the oriental has to develop from out of his
    • makes him truly man. Out of this the life of thought is developed.
    • East has to say about the connection of man with the Divine as
    • out.’ When the oriental steeps himself in the sayings of
    • breathing and blood circulation; he has brought this about by dint of
    • existence cannot be fulfilled without these other qualities, because
    • of all the great philosophers who, having thought about Nature and
    • to the outer world through the rhythmic processes within him. The
    • the purpose of explaining the Cosmos. The outpourings of the Earth
    • from them what they have to say about man's connection with the
    • spiritual prime there arose from out of the rhythmic life of her
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    • but known Him. Not out of any dim inkling or blind faith, but
    • out of actual knowledge, Novalis says that the Christ whom he
    • beholds the Christ outside the eye.
    • future opens out before Novalis. He sees the Earth
    • In this sense, and out
    • keeping with the times, as outward forms of expression for
    • humanity. Men looked out upon a different world, where there
    • was no bright sunlight to reveal to them in clear outlines
    • objects appeared in clear outline. When men woke in the
    • world without falling into the oblivion and unconsciousness
    • Beings whose outward expressions we behold in the celestial
    • learning through the outer sense-organs to know the physical
    • outer form of the physical world as the expression of the
    • before him when he was outside his body, when his ether-body,
    • astral body and ego had been raised out of the physical body;
    • the same extent to which the eyes looked out with clearer
    • everything else will fall away. What is wrought out here in
    • out of what men in the physical world experience by rising to
    • old dies utterly away, and the new springs into bud out of
    • the old. But this could come about only because humanity was
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    • which is striving to develop from out of the depths of human
    • souls meet those who are about to descend into a physical body. (This
    • the gate of death and those who are just about to enter the physical
    • clearly and can strike everyone who, though without spiritual vision,
    • again and again to the outward and visible causes of this terrible
    • Central Europe, for example, actually without anyone knowing
    • how it all came about. This was indeed the case. People ask how it
    • that a great social movement has developed out of the
    • social catastrophe. Yet all the thoughts they form about it are only
    • outbreak of the world-catastrophe — we have to ask
    • what their intellects had thought out? People ought more and more to
    • receiving anything at all in the world. Their materialistic outlook
    • without grounds; they have good reason for this, namely: That man in
    • the physical body. It had really come about that only the physical
    • about the time in which we are living is that we see things being
    • people say they do not understand the anthroposophic outlook —
    • about them. Yet people went to the theatre to see Hauptmann's
    • wanted to point out that the domain usually reached only in artistic
    • the nineties I wanted to point out, at least in regard to man's moral
    • the spiritual world is striving to reveal itself from without (to a
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    • learns about existence in conformity with today's thinking as it is
    • outlook which must necessarily extend these causal connections to
    • appearances outside man, and we then attempt to extend in more or
    • world facts and world beings. We construct hypotheses about the
    • beginning and the end of the world, out of our natural scientific
    • uniform explanation of the world, simply out of a desire for
    • by physics and chemistry etc., and builds out of them such hypotheses
    • beginning of the earth. Then, out of the second principle, the
    • teaching about mechanical heat, he constructs hypotheses about the
    • wander between birth and death, without disputing its
    • only in carrying out a moral ideal, permeated with religious fervour,
    • nothing that cannot be absorbed without contradiction into a thinking
    • spun out of this natural order. But yet, a realm has been
    • out of the Subjective that in a certain way his Being is connected
    • arise with a certain inner justification out of the contemplation of
    • must hold fast to the current way of thinking about natural
    • without prejudice, this reflection produces an experience that even
    • up out of natural necessity like foam bubbles, and like foam bubbles,
    • uncanny way out of the depths of human life in this twentieth
    • out of the harmony — or one could say the disharmony — of
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  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • actions, in the seventh epoch the natural outcome of such
    • bring about on artificial harmony between morality and
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    • 8:8 And he put the breastplate upon him: also he put in the breastplate the Urim and the Thummim.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'Leviticus 8, 8 ...', HAUTO, 1, VAUTO, 1, CELLPAD, 8, 8, 8, 8, WIDTH, 400, BGCOLOR, '#445555', FGCOLOR, '#CCDDDD', CAPCOLOR, '#FFFFF8')" onMouseOutLeviticus 8, 8.)
    • 14:41 Therefore Saul said unto the LORD God of Israel, Give a perfect lot. And Saul and Jonathan were taken: but the people escaped.King James Version', STICKY, CAPTION, 'I Sam. xiv:41 ...', HAUTO, 1, VAUTO, 1, CELLPAD, 8, 8, 8, 8, WIDTH, 400, BGCOLOR, '#445555', FGCOLOR, '#CCDDDD', CAPCOLOR, '#FFFFF8')" onMouseOutI Sam. xiv:41
    • 14:21 Moreover the Hebrews that were with the Philistines before that time, which went up with them into the camp from the country round about, even they also turned to be with the Israelites that were with Saul and Jonathan. \
    • 14:26 And when the people were come into the wood, behold, the honey dropped; but no man put his hand to his mouth: for the people feared the oath. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
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    • quite different. In the sixth epoch, that is, from about the third
    • and in the seventh epoch, cleverness without morality will be
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • century and well known throughout Europe in the Middle Ages. It is
    • ‘Bodhisattva’) received teaching from Barlaam about the
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    • Christ will steadily increase, until in about three thousand years,
    • brought about. For what does Moses show us when he confronts us with
    • remain without such knowledge until he can acquire it in his next
    • again, until in about three thousand years from now, he
    • indicating this showed themselves in the early youth of the child in
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  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • movements whenever they are about to write? It need not go so far as
    • adding: ‘Without making too much effort, try every day —
    • I have already pointed out how often nervousness will take the form
    • strengthen one's will is not to carry out something one wishes
    • would give you pleasure, but you can quite well do without it. Set
    • out in this way systematically, and every such restraint will
    • the same thing. Look out into life, and you will see that people are
    • frequently favour what one is about to do; therefore it is also good
    • phenomenon, for the Yes or the No is brought about by the will of an
    • carry out what I am now describing. But there is also the
    • the one course or the other, out of mere slackness you do nothing.
    • oneself. The more one can make one's judgments, particularly about
    • does are quite out of keeping with his conduct in other respects. It
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • not so in reality. We human beings do actually build space out of our
    • mental perception (Anschauung), of space from out of
    • time of life when we do not think about our own activities in the way
    • experience them. We experience one of them when, from out of our
    • inner than to his outer being — in developing the capacities
    • unconsciously out of our own being and the laws that form us.
    • outside us. And what we conceive as space, the space we use in geometry
    • to the important thing. What we have won from out of ourselves is now
    • outer world and are able to determine our position and motion by
    • spatial measurements. We actually go out of ourselves when we
    • construct space in this way. We lift out of our body what we have
    • formed so earnestly from out of ourselves. In these
    • changing distance, between two bodies in the outer world according to
    • something permeating — to a certain extent — the outer
    • space from out of ourselves! When we look at a cube of salt we
    • could create from out of ourselves, let us say, the world of colour,
    • same way, project (as it were) into the outer world what we first
    • build up in ourselves. We should thus place ourselves outside our
    • itself out until it reaches our organ of vision, and then our brain. The
    • within the confines of our body — from what is outside. All
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • language of thought from the rostrum in Dornach about what is
    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • are set up — thoroughly inartistic products which flout the
    • creating out of the interplay of colours
    • quite lost. You will permit me to set out from a way of looking at
    • place, Euclidean geometry — we set out, as you all know, from a
    • pointed out yesterday, one ought to take this point in concrete space
    • secret of this space is that one cannot set out from one point and relate
    • all else to it. One must set out from the counterpart of this point.
    • But one needs more than that. One can now look out into the wide
    • about its cultivation.
    • simply to record what one sees out there in cosmic expanses, one would
    • “imaginations” took shape out of the old, instinctive
    • when an instinctive clairvoyance still persisted among them, gazed out
    • the universe were approaching the earth and, from without, were
    • which flows through the human being if we set out from this
    • space. We can study this only if we think of it as built up out of
    • the whole cosmos: formed plastically from without by “planes of
    • body and is formed from out of the cosmos — formed from out of
    • from out of the cosmos through the mediation of the body of formative
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    • “Turn your gaze outwards towards the world and endeavour to let
    • knowledge of the outer world and of the spiritual facts and beings
    • lying behind the outer world — simply by the strength of this
    • Mystery centres, their gaze having long been directed outwards so as
    • the mouth uttering these secrets then lays the burden of sin upon
    • this precept was uttered from out of the inner experience to which a man,
    • is still repeated — without any understanding of its
    • secret societies; for otherwise the mouth uttering them is sinful,
    • wisdom. It is received without understanding, although as an impulse
    • it often flows into action. In later centuries after about the middle
    • could be understood only intellectually. Ideas about them could be
    • sometimes adopted strange forms of outer life, as for instance Bulwer
    • was something quite outlandish when Bulwer travelled about, speaking of
    • times travelling about in the world accompanied by a younger person
    • being. The sense-perceptions received from outside, the ideas
    • modern man lives and out of which he acts. At most he is led by a
    • one's inner being with ordinary consciousness; and although the outer
    • transformed reflection of the outer world, and takes it, perhaps, as
    • self-knowledge is only the transformed outer world, which is
    • reflected out of man's inner being into his consciousness.
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    • out inner exercises of the soul, we come, as I have often suggested,
    • if this egoism is carried out into social life, then evil ensues,
    • something which must never be allowed outside. The bad man carries in
    • into the outer world; the good man keeps it inside him. If it is
    • carried outside, it becomes evil and wrong. If it is kept within, it
    • as you may read in my Outline of Occult Science, of how our Earth
    • will one day suffer dissolution, and of how out of all manner of
    • being formed out of man's moral ideals, but also out of his
    • anti-moral impulses, out of what works as evil from his egoism. Hence
    • round about him on the world, and uses the combining faculty of his
    • some creature of nature. Then out of this being of nature, that is
    • spiritual way about the world, where before, in our consideration of
    • of the Father God. It is indeed true that if anyone sets out to
    • Christian times, up to about the third or fourth century, when there was
    • the spiritual conflict that was fought out during the earliest
    • out even to modern men how they carry in them a centre of
    • destruction, and how in the world outside there is something wherein
    • fast — as in earlier times men were told about the Fall and
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • spoken that goes out beyond the earth, for it speaks out of that
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    • it was in very ancient times and of the change brought about by
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • and would in time pass out of these bodies. They regarded this as
    • these early men with animals, for although their outward
    • about the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, we may say: men were
    • an ending. At most they enquired about the nature of the change
    • that took place. They asked: Is it the breath that goes out of a
    • its onward flow. They pondered about this but never about death
    • ‘thought out.’ There was no intellect as we know it.
    • however, to be impregnated with death. Outer acquaintance with
    • An Outline of Occult Science.]
    • into dealings with Ahriman, realising that without Ahriman there
    • intellectualised without ever entering into the evolution
    • Without him the Gods would not have been able to introduce
    • outwardly. The Mystery of Golgotha is to be regarded not merely
    • — a process which really began about the fourth or fifth
    • wisdom; for only error could have brought about the death of
    • responsible for the crucifixion of One Who was without sin. The
    • Previously, men had known life — life without death. Now
    • out his life into empty, intellectual forms and he needs a
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • Realism because it approved only of the outer sense-reality and
    • held that people who consider only the outer sense-reality, or that
    • the Nominalists. They argued that there is nothing outside sense-reality,
    • outer things of sense-reality.
    • any more about such ideas) is a Nominalist in the widest meaning.
    • he is the son of the old Miller. Hence, the only thing you know about
    • him is that he is the son of Miller. You wish to know more about him
    • birth, and the consciousness that develops out of this innate
    • consciousness. The Christ must he raised out of the depths` of the
    • knowledge out of the depths of the soul; they bring light into the
    • times. The theology which developed out of the ancient Mystery-wisdom
    • born into Time. People thought about his descent from the Father.
    • Consider the old history of dogmas; you will find throughout that the
    • not worry about the relationships of Father, Son and Holy Spirit. He
    • without spirit, yet the narrow-minded people would like to live
    • without any spirit at all — get up without the spirit —
    • breakfast without the spirit — go to the office without the
    • spirit — lunch without the spirit — play billiards in the
    • afternoon without the spirit — in fact they would like to do
    • everything without the spirit! Nevertheless the spirit permeates the
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • than our contemporaries, for their outlook is frequently — I
    • children and grandchildren forces which enable them to hold out in
    • accumulated throughout the centuries of human development. And other
    • long ago in the East and which is now threatening to break out over
    • grasped in connection with the Mystery of Golgotha throughout
    • consciousness in him. And a historical character who picked out, I
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • brought about the distribution of the European nations and national
    • celebrated in the summer, is specially suited to draw out into the
    • themselves and lost themselves in the strong physical forces outside
    • physical sunlight and before she drew her first breath outside her
    • events. Because her Karma brought about the fact that she was born on
    • consciousness that throughout the earth's round we are united, also
    • and outside our spiritual-scientific movement and related to it by
    • evening. At about ten o'clock a friend came along and told us that
    • outstanding example of how easily we may fall a prey to a logical
    • illusion. I have often spoken to you about this and shown you how
    • swaying and falling into the water. Soon after he is drawn out dead.
    • conditions of life and death, I want to point out to you an
    • kind of government for us.” This, tale, born out of feeling and
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  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • that he has to say about natural science, or the knowledge of Nature.
    • human life is born for him out of two roots which are completely
    • little about them), we shall find again and again that the passages
    • waning and gradual dying out of the ancient primeval wisdom. It is
    • Aristotle that the nerves go out from the heart. Galilei endeavoured
    • in the human being the nerves go out from the head, or the brain.
    • led him to the corpse, showed him that the nerves in fact go out from
    • of Galilei, Copernicus, and so forth. But throughout these
    • but you will never be able to draw a moral impulse out of this
    • this is a tremendous illusion. For it is impossible to squeeze out of
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • and a unity will arise out of this.
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
    • do without the knowledge of such things.
    • which must be worked out inwardly. These leaders of monistic
    • world, and they avoid speaking about it concretely. They chiefly
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    • talk to you about various things in connection with our
    • of decline within our civilisation, we have then to seek out
    • forces which gradually and inevitably must bring about its
    • — had something of a scientific character about them
    • Without a cosmogony in life, men cannot be strong.
    • That is one thing that is bringing about the downfall of our
    • who talk about it; but very few to-day arrive at any real
    • and ask nothing better than to be pulled about by strings,
    • second thing. — Of the forces that are bringing about
    • is what many people did actually get out of the ideas of
    • sense. But without a cosmogony, do you see, there is no real
    • them dispassionately and without reservations, and to harbour
    • about absolute Goodness and Truth. They are not asking about
    • about the Asiatic civilisation, that the temperament is
    • realising this temperament in outer life. That is just the
    • peculiar thing about Asiatic civilisation, that it contains a
    • the inward basis of altruism without any gift for realising
    • it outwardly, would turn her into an appalling desert of
    • about the social question, but the temperament is lacking. On
    • about doing something if he possessed the clear thought of
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    • spiritual life into the physical. Initiation opens out to man
    • does indeed ray out over the ages — the
    • was at work in Dante. But even in the light of outer history
    • magnificent poem, as it were out of the void, out of mere
    • light of our ideas, must fundamentally point out.
    • today. Who does not think himself able to know about himself?
    • elementary matters. How little a man is inclined to set out
    • most outer aspect, it is not quite easy for us to acquire the
    • getting in opposite, looked rather like an out-of-work
    • self-knowledge of men, even as regards their outer form. As
    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • man — to the system of his physical body. Look out over
    • related to our own outer body — the physical human
    • Initiation, as we may call it, was eventually brought about.
    • our state of soul which is suited to the outer physical
    • in the form of Imagination, as a woman, out of whose spirit
    • Nature, like a Word that held sway throughout this Nature,
    • interesting. Raying out over him her forces, as it were, she
    • knows them from outside. You cannot learn to know the senses
    • from within outward, to bring about your seeing and your
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    • is an outcome of the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions; whereas
    • us in the human head is formed out of the three preceding
    • Cosmos. Now what came about during the Saturn-evolution and
    • made upon him by the stimulation of the light from outside;
    • bright moonlight sheds its beams on his mouth rather than
    • This is brought about by the Moon —that is, by the
    • about through the movement made by the Moon, through the
    • is formed rhythmically out of the Cosmos. Thus the human
    • the personality he has chosen out of the whole Cosmos to be
    • incomplete, and after birth all that works in out of the
    • for the formative work which continues outside the mother's
    • this inward metabolism is outwardly an interchange of forces.
    • limb-system outside his mother's body, though it is within
    • dispense with his head, and out of the rest of himself
    • having earthly limitations, but reality far outstrips what is
    • without this cosmic influence: we do not carry this earthly
    • works in our head without coming to full expression because
    • limb-system and head. It is brought about by our rhythmic
    • can be understood. In so far as man is formed out of cosmic
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    • in the outer world, was wont to be symbolised. Certain it is
    • time, when we go out into the streets of a great city and
    • goods, while inventions out of keeping with Christmas trees
    • great Universe out of which man is born, in order that our
    • when the herdsman or cattle breeder of ancient Europe was out
    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • fires when the spirit of Nature shouted for joy and was
    • to be slaughtered. All outer life was stilled; it was
    • that pervaded these same hearts throughout the summer. Those
    • that pervades a man when, unmindful of the outer world, he
    • outside in Nature nothing indicated a future state of
    • the feeling of sinking down into the outer physical darkness,
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • plunge into darkness, into the death of outer Nature, there
    • physical matter, with the outer physical plane. But we must
    • with the world of the outer physical plane. But this Ego that
    • about the wonderful impressions he had also received of what
    • can be said about the people of earlier times. What men felt
    • outside, akin to the snow and the snowflakes and the
    • about the reversal of man's path. This reversal was indicated
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • stages and conditions. The events of which outer history and
    • outer documents tell are really a comparatively late phase in the
    • super-sensible events. Out of the condition of consciousness arising
    • Spiritual Science has to say about the future evolution of man will
    • into the freshness of youth.
    • that he cried out — so the legend runs — “Life is
    • illusion is not true wisdom, for even after countless births, outer
    • ourselves from pain. Outer existence contains something that is far
    • removed from true wisdom. And so it came about that the Buddha saw an
    • Man must withdraw from outer existence and from his repeated
    • out.
    • went out from his father's palace into solitude. All knowledge gained
    • health, full of the freshness of youth. A veil has been drawn before
    • not feel it unjust that he should suffer from the faults of youthful
    • for an act arising out of an earlier consciousness. This former
    • is living in an outer body: “Destroy this Temple and in three
    • not mere repetition but a great purpose rules throughout the
    • from all narrowness and prejudice, he closely studied the outer
    • of the outer world. In contrast to this, Spiritual Science takes its
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    • that ought to be done, this or that ought to be stamped out.
    • these injunctions and regulations about hygiene? And the answer is,
    • medical laboratories to the outside world. But those who are
    • about the necessity for proper air, light, nourishment, sanitation,
    • superstitions of devils and demons passing in and out of human beings
    • but the outer manifestation, the outer revelation of active spiritual
    • up all manner of abstract, mystical theories about this immortal soul
    • abstract tittle-tattle about a soul independent of the bodily nature
    • man can only spin fantasies about this. Between birth and death (with
    • and Spirit outside the range of earthly life, realising that
    • existence between birth and death is but the outcome of the soul and
    • all manner of high-sounding theories about a spirituality that is
    • psychic craving which would like to be rid of outer life and then
    • weave fantasies about the soul and Spirit in order to induce a state
    • chatter about man being composed of physical body, etheric body,
    • material processes is infinite, both outside in Nature and within the
    • cannot observe a single detail without being led by the soul and
    • speak about the human being and the way in which materialistic
    • who in the ordinary course of things do not know very much about the
    • has to say about the nervous system you are everywhere led to the
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    • outwards, which does not mainly follow the out-breathing process, but
    • living within the cosmic Word — the cosmic language from out of
    • constructed and organised out of the very element of spoken sound and
    • outwardly but inwardly. In all that he brings forth by way of sound
    • structure of the human body. We may say therefore, without speaking
    • up out of the consonants. When we refer to the consonant element in
    • permeated by another activity, namely that which comes about through
    • the time it is shaped out of the spiritual world. This matter can be
    • Hierarchy of the Archangeloi, or some other Being. Outwardly the
    • Without it, the man himself could not be there. It will not therefore
    • moulded outwardly by the nature of the consonants, the sound is
    • but we are not, it is absolutely real.) Imagine yourself out there in
    • the singing speech of the World. You look out in the direction of
    • And in this vowel element as it radiates out into the cosmic space
    • pre-earthly existence from out of which he is born for earthly life.
    • consonant, spoken forth out of the Cosmos, which has taken plastic
    • consonant — another consonant, spoken forth out of the Cosmos.
    • human body in its plastic shape. If then we take the consonants out
    • instrument in song — if we take the vowel nature out of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • in its own way, to the Initiation Science outlined in my book
    • can look back to a very ancient epoch which came to a close about the
    • outer Nature. I am clothed in something that is foreign to my being.
    • Spirit, to outer Nature as well — to Nature whose
    • lead only to inner knowledge, he can know and understand outer Nature
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • outer senses and of the intellect bound up with these outer senses.
    • physical quality of outer Nature was now there as a question before
    • to Nature, saying: “Out of God is this Nature born.” Now
    • despair of the human body in death. About six hundred years
    • in the epoch that began about a thousand years before the Mystery of
    • to the truth “Out of God the Father we are born” —
    • mechanics have taught man more and more about the stars since the
    • living in the world which once spoke to man from out of the cosmos
    • revealed to us merely in its outer aspect. Cosmic ideas are
    • the validity of all knowledge yielded by outer Nature. But, to begin
    • knowledge directed merely to outer Nature? How can we awaken from the
    • proud of this knowledge and its outer successes have been so
    • Out of God we are born as physical human beings” —
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    • no one would have dreamt of conceiving the atom without further ado
    • themselves along (like dogs whose tongues are hanging out because of
    • out of the immediate present.
    • however, drove out this echo. And if today we are, on the one hand,
    • conjured and juggled about with electricity in a strange way, without
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • others, so that they saw them walking about with Faust's malevolent
    • anything about them, so that they can handle us, without our being
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • sustained as-is and without qualification. Even if all the writings
    • writings and would be able to communicate those truths without the
    • To bring about a
    • bring about such a complete loss of a treasure of wisdom.
    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • that said: It is impossible for a god, without preparation, to live
    • earthly evolution. It was necessary to make up an understanding out
    • although from suprasensory worlds while they were out of their
    • were to outline it in the form of a diagram, I might say something
    • outline out of the way those Gnostics thought. Such concepts as
    • something outside the world. It is true that it permeates the world
    • recognize that it comes from outside the world, as the messenger.
    • So it came about that
    • Christ was now united with the earth; knowledge about the Christ,
    • of Golgotha. The further back we go, the more knowledge we find about
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    • ideas about the physical and bodily with comparative ease, for it is
    • given to him through the senses. It comes out to meet him, as it
    • were, from his environment on all sides, without his having to
    • its three dimensions gives to him, in forming his ideas about things
    • that when he resolves to move about in space his thought is
    • itself a kind of spiritual essence, manifests itself in outer forms
    • of movement, in outer activities.
    • Man cannot say out of his ordinary consciousness, how the
    • between the bodily and physical, clearly spread out as it is in space,
    • side by side, without any intermediary. Nor is there any possibility
    • movements man accomplishes externally in space when he moves about,
    • cannot but think of it in this way: — When we carry out a
    • is spread out over his whole body. He will then speak of Feeling as
    • understood without subtlety of thought.
    • you perceive an outer object, so do you perceive yourself when
    • exertion of the will. It comes out more strongly when you try to
    • feeling or sensation to be brought about, the left half of the
    • of the two hands is brought about in the plane of
    • the connecting line from the right. Without this process, the
    • sensation would never come about. In all the surging waves of feeling
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
    • out by natural science — investigations which in the course of
    • though the great questions about which we shall have to speak still
    • base of our considerations here — has geology to say about the
    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • tread — which is the outermost surface. But within this
    • evolved to higher forms. That would give a clearly outlined picture
    • our earth-evolution to olden times when as it were out of a
    • [Note: It must be pointed out that this
    • influences of the heavens are weaving more closely about me, I
    • nevertheless — as if outlined in a rough charcoal drawing
    • himself with geology, a certain dispute was raging about the origin
    • out of nothing but a watery element, out of a watery form of the
    • earth, together with the whole planetary system, had emerged out of a
    • erupt outwards. So that only at this juncture events occur
    • mountain-massifs out of the interior of the earth. — In short,
    • as the first half of the nineteenth century about the conception
    • it must be imagined that on the surface of the outer crust —
    • spiritual science to reveal about the origin of the earth? (Concerning
    • And it is interesting to hear what Goethe says about this lower layer:
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  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • that we can say that our will does not function outwardly at all. We
    • must nevertheless be aware that if, during such a period of outer
    • sleep, we cannot be active in our will without allowing our will
    • carry out by means of our will, even then experience lies at the back
    • clothed from the physical outer world with physical bodily
    • quite meaninglessly, purely out of the activity of the physical body,
    • us out of the super-sensible life into earthly life we lose in the
    • unless man is laid hold of by those youthful elements which proceed
    • arising out of Spiritual Science is in no sense merely theorising,
    • and so on. Now I would ask you to think a little about this tapestry
    • of the senses, quite without prejudice, and without starting
    • senses is spread out before us, that there outside are the
    • thoughts are carried by beings is something about which I shall have
    • past works down into the present, and out of the past springs up
    • grows out of the past, and if you think your way through it then you
    • we begin to think about these things it is interesting to find that it
    • is not the present which is revealed to us by the outer world, but the
    • other before disappearing into your mouth, then this sign would
    • cherries, each cherry had inscribed its past into your mouth, and
    • outcome of what is past. And everything that we can grasp by an
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    • wise without significance to the life limited to Central Europe. You
    • carried out in the spirit of our theosophical movement; and in the
    • to look into the matter both from without and from within. The first
    • external existence. It appears to us very important to carry out in
    • teaching, but that it can be carried out into our immediate life,
    • to bring this about externally by all sorts of clever thoughts and
    • about the inner core of this subject.
    • passes out into the different departments of life.
    • position to carry out the idea of a building in Munich it must be
    • best time possible for carrying out our work in the desired manner,
    • to which I referred when I spoke about the significance of colour, of
    • intimate things about him, upon which I shall shortly lecture here;
    • when I reflect that in order to speak about Christian Rosenkreutz at
    • intimate about this individuality; it must be said that we have
    • this deepening. We may, without exaggeration say that we do make it
    • Jesus of Nazareth, or about the two Jesus children, or the entrance
    • has recently been said in Carlsruhe about the Mystery of the
    • yet, we could not understand Christianity without possessing
    • without understanding the resurrection, however great theologians we
    • need to ask about His Being, for hundreds and thousands of years they
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    • about the Gospels and other spiritual documents of humanity would not
    • Science about Saturn, Sun and Moon evolution, to that of the
    • charcoal drawing, just an outline of these. It is however
    • us in time take on more or less indistinct outlines — as for
    • world we really do not need to trouble ourselves about these ancient
    • use, ‘Soul-teaching without soul.’ In the celebrated
    • ‘soul-teaching without soul’ although it did not coin the
    • expression. This teaching insisted, without taking an independent
    • ‘soul teaching without soul’ is to-day famous throughout
    • psychological field. This is only mentioned to point out how vague is
    • Without these two
    • penetrate into the spiritual worlds without the Gospels through a
    • whole picture. It can now be observed that out of this rigidity, this
    • — Take out of the public library a book — which is quite
    • you will have quite a good book. If you read there about the
    • Paracelsus — thank God — he left out entirely; for
    • But just read what he says about Jacob Boehme. Here Schwegler comes
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    • flow of heat. That is only the outer veil of the Saturn condition.
    • without, as it were, which appear as ‘heat.’ Conditions
    • throughout the world, wherever heat is perceptible it is the outer
    • sacrifice in the outer Cosmic heat. He alone understands what really
    • soil-spiritual nature which is behind the heat and brings about the
    • warmth through the special bliss. He who can feel all this about the
    • understanding, inasmuch as without such a spirit — without at
    • everyday thought work out whatever self-will has created by means of
    • weaves and lives in the universe, flowing out into it and first
    • bringing about its order.
    • only outer manifestation. For wherever there is air in the world, the
    • of Wisdom, something streams out into their environment.
    • that what appears outwardly as air is a gift which the Spirits of
    • acceptance, the one is not to be thought of without the other. Thus
    • forth from its centre that which is given. It radiates out to the
    • light to us because they reflect back what has streamed out to them
    • outwardly but as inwardly luminous, because the Spirits of Wisdom
    • radiate outwards. Thus something new is created which we may describe
    • to them; their own being meets them coming back from outside. They
    • see their own inner being outspread in the Cosmos — and
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • strong, forceful act, one for instance that is to bring about great
    • mind to bring something about in the world by means of inner
    • accomplish very much, his words will go in at one ear and out at the
    • near them and have encouraging thought without expressing it, and
    • regarded as something beneficial, as something without which he
    • from the outermost periphery of the Sun, in the form of light. But
    • between what in the last lecture we called the ‘outer’
    • encircling cloud, and right outside we have the cast-back masses of
    • is thrown inwards by volumes of sacrifice and that which was outside
    • about by this renunciation of the sacrifice on the part of certain of
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • reflection upon the conceptions about to be given can we
    • Time; whilst others, brought about by the other Cherubim who
    • certain conditions which then came about. Just as we saw, on looking
    • which has actually come about through their having done so. Is this
    • apparent, it would have been outwardly expressed by the changing
    • clouds of the air; that is to say: In the outer form of the air would
    • resignation first brought evil about through those beings who were
    • have always believed them able to give freedom to man without
    • without bringing evil into the world?’ In this connection I
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    • external sense-world. Concerning such phenomena, at first outwardly
    • there was naturally a greater sense of the spiritual behind the outer
    • and indeed in the outer world it may often occur that people use this
    • often go about with these feelings without being aware of them in our
    • earthly conditions which have evolved out of the earlier ones, we
    • is known to the outer world, but they are only metaphoric and
    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • from the outset it is condemned and exiled by evolution to a
    • bringing about changes of place; they are Beings able to bring forth
    • desolation — the change which is brought about by movement, a
    • the movement of the things experienced. In outer space there is only
    • round so as to bring about a change in its conditions. Change of
    • through this phase of evolution without then possessing our present
    • without that which we can now acquire through our ego, but living and
    • it can influence us, without our being aware of the cause of what
    • outside in the world which has been dryly called the forces of our
    • Prince of Homburg, who carried out all his great deeds in a kind of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • have to characterise that which is outwardly expressed in the
    • the incorporeal, doing away, as it were, with the outer veil of
    • without proceeding from wonder! It would truly be a learning swamped
    • ‘wondering’ is our perception of the quality of an outer
    • thereby contradict what we have said about the idea of wondering; for
    • particular advance in evolution was brought about through the
    • your minds. You have the exalted Beings to whom sacrifice is about to
    • lam shut out from them, I am here while they are yonder!’ The
    • came to them outside in the place of this, by which we saw that they
    • with in the planet outside if the Sun had thrown it back: an
    • which an alien character is imprinted from the outset. Thus there are
    • inner contents of certain Beings, contents which are shut out and not
    • but matter which at the moment of death, was shut out from the Ego,
    • it had a meaning. The physical body without the etheric body, astral
    • spread out around our earth there really lies the virtue of giving, a
    • of death — for death would not exist without it — as that
    • condensed out of that. The death of an animal means the casting off a
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
    • anything about death. In other worlds there is no such thing as that
    • that effects such as these might also appear, even without the real
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    • were drawn out and had become elastic, as if the things we
    • almost routine answer I gave to questions asked over and over
    • without even a notion of the thoughts and ideas that point to
    • out its impulses. It cannot yet be done to any great extent,
    • out of my mind!’ It was Suchomlinov who spoke these
    • had gone out of their minds at that time, not only
    • one has gone out of one's mind? They are moments when Ahriman
    • ‘I have gone out of my mind’, that is the moment
    • catastrophe broke on the world I pointed out that when we
    • People who do not know anything about it may well laugh when
    • was pointed out somewhere that something might soon happen of
    • do not know how long. But they know little about real
    • really clear about it. The priestly element, which is to be
    • its justification in its own day, when it brought about many
    • things in the world. I have tried to find out if people are
    • centuries cannot find a way of achieving order out of their
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • wants to go outside, and with the element relating to an ego
    • which has also gone outside? During the night, these two
    • ego and the astral body are then outside the parts of the
    • more about this in the course of these weeks. The fact that
    • waking, the ego and astral body, having been outside in the
    • most of them absurd. All I want to say about them today is
    • outward positions people hold in social life their true
    • then speak about social life out of their feeling, out of
    • childhood and up to a certain time of our youth, for only
    • beyond the age of 27 in our outer social life. This age now
    • impulse to go towards the life of the Spirit and set out on
    • of tradition but only what comes by nature, without undue
    • influence from outside; this individual would be very much
    • themselves in the outer world and to their instincts, rather
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • have to be spoken out of anthroposophy. It is only to be
    • believe they have long since outgrown the illusions and
    • growing tendency to form utterly wrong opinions about what in
    • personalities of the outer world are caught up in the
    • agitators making great words about it, or in specific
    • the gospels to show that Christ intended to reform this outer
    • and tell him about it. No sooner said than done, and off he
    • I said to him: Why don't you tell me about it in the
    • meantime? We have some time to spare. Tell me about your
    • Someone standing outside can, of course, get it to move, but
    • having been thought up without taking account of reality.
    • world philistinism would be realized throughout the world.
    • of these lectures. They need to be made known out of a
    • out-and-out Upper Austrian. It is really and truly impossible
    • opinion. Yesterday we were able to learn something about the
    • knowledge about the physical world has a certain effect — let
    • talking nonsense about things relating to the higher worlds,
    • astral body go partly outside the physical body. There may be
    • rightly belong to our movement will have come to it out of
    • does offer enormous opportunities for a kind of lazy outsider
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • going to be prepared to accept these truths out of their own
    • will need to know about in the time which lies just ahead.
    • to talk to you about one class of such entities, the class
    • another analogy. If people get to know more about the
    • learn the truth that in order to bring about birth and death
    • well as we go to sleep and wake up again and go about our
    • be. To bring about birth and death the gods need entities
    • about birth and death for human beings.
    • If this had been made known to people outside the Mysteries
    • without the participation of spiritual entities. This is not
    • people do not know about it. Modern materialists imagine that
    • by the gods to bring about birth and death. This is one of
    • death had to be brought about at that time, but also
    • grow large or remain dwarf-like, with their outer appearance
    • terms. In those times, when outer appearance was in accord
    • consequence was that from about the middle of the Atlantean
    • way out people might say: Alright, I won't take the tram. It
    • generally do not want to know about today but which is
    • nice to have them all in the outer social sphere. However,
    • for they will not progress without them. They will also have
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    • to the environment, the outside world, in a very different
    • which came to them out of the world they perceived around
    • more of a growing, sprouting organism. It then started to
    • outstanding scientific work
    • brush-strokes he presents the outer conformation of the earth
    • today — its face, as it were — by outlining the
    • will no longer become part of the outer physical body to the
    • give brief outlines of aspects which in the present situation
    • come from their unconscious physical aspect but out of deeper
    • truth. Yet in spite of our outward superficiality we are
    • evolution will make it necessary for them to do without
    • really about.
    • evil. But only the outer physical body, not the individual
    • earth evolution they will withdraw from the outer physical
    • way people appear on the outside today we get one image.
    • outside we get another image. Today the two images are no
    • not to rely entirely on outer appearances if they want to
    • which influence human beings out of the spirit.
    • the age demands world programmes created out of other depths.
    • People want to limit themselves to the outer aspect. And so
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    • around out there, which really are living entities, and the
    • ask yourself: If there is such an elemental principle out
    • thought-entities out there you have to visualize the
    • about. The kind of thoughts you have to consider in this
    • been killed. Outside us they are alive, which is the
    • thoughts in the outside world are certainly not unrelated to
    • up. Nevertheless, you can get up out of habit, without
    • thinking about it, or you can actually produce the thought: I
    • themselves up out of sheer habit, and yet there is just a
    • without giving it a thought, out of sheer habit and training,
    • machine, you are not getting up without thought having gone
    • would only get up on reflection, against your nature, out of
    • up of two entities which can be outwardly distinguished as
    • such — I spoke about this last year
    • evolution. The outcome was that this whole, more elemental,
    • human beings would be an outward manifestation of the Elohim
    • due to the temptations of Lucifer that this outward
    • must be coming out of the whole human being. Mere reflection
    • beings will just reflect, they can think about anything,
    • providing the things they want to think about are accessible.
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    • even the more intelligent ones, are saying or writing about
    • erudite; I am quite serious about this. But the Martin Luther
    • heart and mind. He was out of place in the fifth
    • age and the outside world, of how they would act in that
    • everything which exists in the outside world, and find the
    • outside world, Luther emphasized that the relationship with
    • the conversion of matter. Anything written about this at a
    • What has been written is not exactly outstanding, however,
    • fifth age, an age of materialism, empty of spirit, without
    • faith and without understanding.
    • on us today. We see him standing in the outside world and he
    • can present an accurate picture as far as the outer aspects
    • that as we move about in this world we do not have full and
    • not even think about it, but unconsciously, instinctively
    • awareness of the outside world. We owe our consciousness to
    • everything I have said about eastern Europe in lectures and
    • to reality, not just to outer illusion. A transition will
    • about them.
    • post-Atlantean age — people only know tales about it
    • without being harmed, they were considered to be innocent.
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    • thinking about the physical world in abstract terms. We can
    • a particular age and the outer physical events of a time
    • discoveries have been made in recent times about physical
    • tossed about over and over again. They are often quite
    • these about — the more abstract the better.
    • you about something that is really worrying. A present-day
    • very superior way. Others simply feel embarrassed about
    • been caught up in an ideology which is without weight and
    • without reality. We have to come to the true nature of things
    • again become creative and do so out of the spirit. This goes
    • something like the house which has been built outside,
    • forms created out of the concrete itself, is a pioneering
    • enlightened today are often working with old ideas, without
    • will have heard and read a lot about a book which was no
    • say about this book, but I believe it is something which has
    • scholar, as indeed is the case with the author about whose
    • (translates as ‘Social democracy — Outlook nil’);
    • brilliant piece of work, written in his youth.
    • of course, know quite a few things about the way in which
    • cells function in an organism, and about the laws which
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    • especially in the 1840s. I have pointed out that this was the
    • dead, outer facts with the intellect, refusing to enter into
    • processes in that world which have come to outer expression
    • the autumn of 1879. To have the right idea about these
    • outer and inner destiny experienced by these individuals, and
    • always call on an image which humanity has known throughout
    • in the 1840s, but it is about different things —
    • human beings more in peace; when they were driven out of the
    • out from the Earth. As a result, certain Moon influences took
    • are quite clear about the fact that a certain danger
    • be in league with everything which has come about through
    • brought about by bacilli, those microscopically small enemies
    • out how much these organs change over a period of centuries.
    • So we can work out what this child looked like a hundred
    • out what it will look like in a hundred and fifty years. It
    • method used by geologists today to work out the primeval
    • quite easy to work out that one day it will be possible to
    • and surround the earth, which will be a burnt-out corpse,
    • enough to speak openly about his impulses, he will speak of a
    • dream when you ask about the real origin. This is why some
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    • does meet the case — a hen is about to hatch a chick
    • and we take the egg away and hatch it out in a warm place,
    • less how it is with the beautiful ideals people talk about so
    • humanity go through life as if asleep, without thought; they
    • this brings people together! Everybody hears about everybody
    • happened, it was perfectly real. People write histories about
    • to know them or learn about them.
    • to write an essay about him,
    • by refusing to know about it, however, but by being as
    • scientific view or to fight it out of ignorance. Uninformed
    • in the outside world with the senses makes a science of the
    • things that are outside those laws, things which eyes cannot
    • theory and on the other hand talk about the end of the world
    • believe it is possible to discover anything about the future
    • planets separating out from a nebula and everything beginning
    • to rotate. The things they will be saying about Laplace's
    • be much worse than anything people are saying today about
    • finding out about the future from sacrificial animals, the
    • science unless it is preceded by myth; it has grown out of
    • will think about the solar system in 2900 in the way people
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    • evolution of humanity and also of the world outside the human
    • being, a more outward stream is always complemented by an
    • continues for some time in the outside world, an inner stream
    • outside, whilst inwardly it is more spiritual or
    • immediately ahead of us, outer life will very much follow the
    • even want to know about this growing spiritual inwardness;
    • significant during childhood and youth in the near future.
    • the outside. We see the red line here (see Fig. 11a), but
    • people in education and training has entirely come out of
    • then remains the same throughout life. Something quite
    • outside.
    • lifted out of the currents which run parallel to the Earth,
    • Being lifted out, human beings are in a position (this does,
    • outwardly apparent here on Earth goes hand in hand with an
    • actually to say something about realities which outer science
    • this in entirely concrete terms. Consider the way outer
    • their outer life; it must become part of human civilization.
    • To use the outer scientific culture, such as it is now, in
    • that one has many stories to tell about the relationship of
    • around them, and long stories about the Spirits leaping above
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  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • darkness were cast out of the spiritual realm and down into
    • of the world, not only into the way we think about the world,
    • understood something about the way these entities work. An
    • a break in evolution in about 747 before the Mystery of
    • Throughout the
    • out of sheer inertia they are letting the spirits of darkness
    • people should continue to learn their letters throughout the
    • remain outside our conscious awareness, make them all the
    • think about it and they will know better than anyone else
    • selection, and so on, and in this way outlines an evolution
    • which is dying down — everything you can discover about
    • people must gain the power of youth which lies in
    • space. Through Copernicanism human beings were shifted out
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • that world, one finds that the souls which were about to
    • this was bound to come about gradually after their fall in
    • we know so little about what really goes on among people
    • such wrong direction, which is about as paradoxical as is
    • I have pointed out that
    • towards spirituality out of people's souls when they are
    • still very young, and this will happen in a roundabout way
    • about in Palestine as Jesus Christ and infected people with
    • they perceive with the senses. Out of impulses which the
    • concepts and ideas inside out. This is a serious thing and
    • believe this. Many will believe it, of course, if outer
    • understanding. Oswald Marbach wrote well about Faust because
    • nor did he speak about it in the 50s, 60s and 70s. He only
    • interval? Many factors were involved, outer and inner ones,
    • speak about
    • speak about Part 2 exactly when the victory had been won over
    • that nation, despite the fact that something said about
    • things that everybody is talking about today is especially
    • people are so superficial that they do not want to know about
    • limited as that of someone just out of teacher training
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    • period of civilization came in about 1413, that is in the
    • throughout our present fifth age, until the fourth
    • route by which the Archangels guided humanity by working with
    • system in such a way that human beings began to go out from
    • everything we read about in so-called history happened
    • Angels of Darkness were cast out of the nervous system and
    • happening in reality. Looking at events in outer life, one
    • life of the soul coincides with the outer life of the
    • keep this an intimate affair, letting it proceed without much
    • want to push people out into public life at an earlier time.
    • organic evolution taking its course without involving
    • can go into every detail of how the horse sets about drawing
    • cab. This is quite correct, but true and false in the outer
    • not matter about getting things right, let alone complete;
    • indeed. It can only be discovered if we carry out genuinely
    • world again know about these things; they have the point of
    • different, born out of theories produced by Lassalle,
    • when someone wants to present his nonsense about what will
    • to take up a theme which is not without significance for the
    • who enters into things with heart and soul, without being
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  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • time about a consciousness that must be attained if we are to
    • lectures about this point in time. But basically the whole human
    • speak in more detail about this now, but the religions did see the
    • outer physical nature with it. Through mere intellect one can
    • content to extend his view of things only out upon the
    • something about the spiritual world.
    • something about the spiritual one must ascend to revelation, which in
    • flowed into the concepts that the Schoolmen, set up about the sense
    • concepts that they formed for themselves about nature, so that the
    • that thoughts are given us from outside, that they are not fabricated
    • outside but are fabricated from within. Through this fact we have
    • everything that does not relate to the outer sense world.
    • everything unrelated to the outer sense world. Goethe made a
    • wrote excellent botanical studies. He wrote many correct things about
    • high degree. Even Goethe can say nothing about the human being. His
    • then added on the human being without being able inwardly to
    • the human being gradually dropped completely out of our understanding
    • of the world, because understanding dropped out of our concepts. Our
    • The Science of Knowing: Outline of an Epistemology Implicit in the Goethean World View,
    • himself to, when — not in a traditional sense, but out of free inner
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  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • and willing. I have pointed out the more formal aspect of the fall of
    • the outer kingdoms of Nature, and to grasp human life with the methods
    • thinking is the direct outcome of mediaeval thinking. I have pointed
    • out already that even the arguments of the opponents of mediaeval
    • thinking are thought out with the methods of thinking that have
    • the observation of the outer phenomena of Nature. The process of
    • dead only as long as we apply it to Nature outside: as soon as we
    • spreads warmth throughout his body.
    • that forms thoughts and ideas, our gaze opens out into pre-earthly
    • outcome of the misunderstanding relating to the fall of man. This
    • about Nature is not true. For, if we consider the facts without any
    • have always pointed out to you that Goethe was unable to develop his
    • of the spine. This is quite out of the question. Anyone who knows
    • something about these things, should he not?), we shall receive the
    • word which we sometimes use rightly, instinctively, out of our
    • about external Nature and man himself are concerned.
    • is more readable), these books also breathe out, even more strongly,
    • intellectualism has been contaminated by what has arisen out of the
    • out of the Fall as such, but from the misunderstandings with
    • this point it must find the way out from the Fall. This requires a
  • Title: Lecture: Calendar of the Soul
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    • the New Testament: ‘Unto them that are without, the mysteries
    • 4:3 Hearken; Behold, there went out a sower to sow: \
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    • The process of which He is speaking belongs to the kingdoms of outer
    • relationship with the outside world.
    • what may be compared in Nature outside with this rhythmic
    • out our physical and etheric bodies through acts of will, through
    • out our physical and etheric bodies. In fact our daily life is a
    • process of ruining and wearing out our physical and etheric
    • bodies, and they are most thoroughly worn out in the evening.
    • activity. The worn-out nervous system and etheric body begin as it
    • happens in the spring, when everything buds and sprouts. The moment
    • condition of budding, sprouting life. It is then spring and summer
    • activity has died away, is brought about in our physical and etheric
    • they go towards the south; they permeate the planet in rhythmic
    • and the Ego are outside, he believes that there is nothing within him
    • which cause outer Nature to bud and blossom call forth the
    • lower elemental beings out of the Earth, whereas the highest Spirits
    • of outer physical life is then at its highest point. Hence the middle
    • and glory of outer physical Nature. And it was also known that the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spirit in the Realm of Plants
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    • history told as an outcome of research into the spiritual
    • in his knowing has been touched upon in the lectures about
    • spirit in objects, however, usually remain with speaking about the
    • spirit in general, i.e., they speak about the existence of spiritual
    • science, we should not speak about the spirit in the vague and
    • task today is to say some thing about the nature of the spirit in the
    • science and then want to speak about ‘the spirit in the realm
    • about the spirit in this area, for how could it be denied that great
    • built up out of small — they are called ‘elementary
    • who first discerned how the plant is built up out of these building
    • spoke comprehensively about a soul of plants (e.g., in his book
    • that plants are merely built up out of cells; rather, when he looked
    • that in contrast to what spiritual science has to say today about
    • say about plants out of his intimate contemplations.
    • doubts if he is able to work himself out of the frequently quite
    • narrow-minded, what is said out of the world view that wishes to
    • have quite tragic inner soul experiences. Something about this need
    • outer materialistic concepts. After a certain point it no longer
    • piece of bone and to explain it out of itself, for it would be
    • impossible for this piece of tissue to come into existence without
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    • scattered throughout the civilised world, even as late as the
    • any such impulses as occur in his writings. The open outlook,
    • outer historic sense, how such a mode of thought as we find
    • Origine de tour les Cultes. This book came out in
    • conceive the outlook of men in the 19th century, we generally
    • freedom about it, reaching far beyond Philistine,
    • considerable distance. When the Revolution broke out, he was
    • telegraph was thoroughly carried out by him.
    • 1780's. Leaving Paris when the Revolution broke out, he was
    • brought about by the material heavenly bodies and their
    • these celestial processes bring about on Earth. They knew
    • outer cosmos — is the real cause of plant-growth and of
    • in the Heavens which bring about other material processes
    • Truth knows no Mysteries. All Mysteries without exception
    • looked for outside the realms of truth and reason; offspring
    • they worked on throughout the 19th.
    • fact is nothing else, than that Dupuis had pointed out to
    • utterly false belief if we imagine that the ideas about God
    • preserved as esoteric were the facts they knew about certain
    • laboratories and clinics. That which related to outer
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    • I pointed out
    • depends upon the senses. Then we pointed out that in contrast
    • of Golgotha can bring about, is such as to counteract that
    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • I have recently pointed out. Whatever a man undertakes
    • of the two outstanding festivals of Christianity —
    • have often pointed out, have not refrained from attacking
    • attack of materialism on one of the last and outermost
    • for the working out of world-historic seeds. But there is
    • widen out the souls horizon, to extend the circle of interest
    • — can be widened out in our time far beyond
    • widened out beyond these frontiers, — out into the
    • and a new birth. No doubt the thoughts about life between
    • pointed out during our recent lectures, the two fundamental
    • enlightened theologians of the Roman Catholic Church about
    • granted, it goes without saying that the Virgin Mary, the
    • throughout all time by Holy Church, the Virgin Mary. It is
    • say, in an Imaginative form did endeavour to point out these
    • of man, Wisdom lives itself out through human thought. The
    • air that is breathed out through our larynx, configured
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    • it were the outermost extremes of world-outlook. The two
    • them outwardly — it will strike you at once that the
    • the starry constellations. Throughout the ever-changing
    • not regard it as a mere outer fact, to be summed-up as we are
    • sending the saps and fluids throughout man's nature, were
    • reaches out into the Cosmos. What constellation will
    • come about that Science on the one hand, by rejecting the
    • standing side by side, without any bridge between them. Those
    • more to widen out man's vision, beyond what is immediately
    • the two directions in the Mysteries, our outlook has indeed
    • outside us. Study what is afforded by the Astronomy of
    • “inheritance.” For it goes without saying, you
    • egg. It goes without saying: from the egg a new hen is
    • remain at the mere words, you can talk much about Natural
    • hold to the mere words, you can talk a lot nowadays about
    • The conscious man, no doubt, has fallen out of the habit of
    • Even when we bring forward truths that reach out into such
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • designated as man's inner and outer being should be distinctly
    • separated. Perhaps I may point out that in ordinary consciousness
    • one does not carefully distinguish man's inner and outer being,
    • acquisition of conscious super-sensible knowledge outside the
    • designated vaguely in ordinary consciousness as man's outer and
    • by this separation man's inner world becomes his outer world, and
    • what we usually consider as his outer world becomes his inner
    • retrospection the whole woof of thought appears outside man's
    • out with man's true inner being during sleep, but remains behind
    • out during sleep and which remains unconscious for the ordinary
    • the human being which goes out of the physical and the etheric
    • ordinary life, man's true inner being, woven out of feeling and
    • sensory world without any special interest or a close connection
    • them out of compassion, all this demands the inclusion of our
    • etheric bodies, enables us to have experiences outside these
    • without any enthusiasm. It is the same when the spiritual worlds
    • comes out of the physical and etheric bodies becomes more
    • experience which we have when going out of the physical body and
    • physical body through super-sensible knowledge outside the body.
    • outside.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • out of the soul-spiritual depths of our being a conception of
    • outside, ultimately depend on the soul life that surges and
    • thought is, however, faced by something else that springs out of
    • looked out into Nature, he thought that he could perceive
    • existed, without a conception of Nature.
    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • feelings towards powers that cannot speak to us out of the laws
    • that rises up before his soul out of the laws of Nature, when he
    • to speak. Thought develops only out of speech. (Those who observe
    • earth like animals but look out freely into the world's spaces
    • and up to the stars, to bear out our inner life to our fellow
    • gives rise to our erect walk, to our free outlook into the
    • to take up an erect walk and to look out into the world's spaces.
    • is ordinarily turned outwards, was turned inwards, so that the
    • mantric words. What the child poured out, as it were, in its
    • body. In his case, the words did not only vibrate outside, so
    • our soul's vibrations go out to other human beings, so the
    • the human being stepped out of this life in common with the
    • listen to the messages of these teachers in order to draw out of
    • structure, arising out of his life habits and, in its turn, out
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  • Title: Lecture: Foundations of Anthroposophy
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    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • This was out of the question. Yet the patient had died.
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • which will take place in the future out of the whole connections
    • about to take place.
    • Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about his sudden
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • ordinary normal experience, which falls out of what one likes to
    • Outline of Occult Science,”
    • from the external world, not impressions which rise out of our
    • and by being applied inwardly instead of outwardly, the will
    • slip out of our body with our independent soul life; we go out of
    • that we have an independent soul essence and that we go out of
    • reality, and with this reality they fill out our physical body as
    • it is filled out by thoughts. Consciousness, such as we have it
    • only then it is fully conscious. But when the soul goes out of
    • soul now perceives through feeling something which is outside;
    • but that we can at will draw out of the body our feeling and our
    • stands before us when we go out of the body with the will and
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
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  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • customs and traditions, without considering the difficult,
    • other at Christmas, they adorn the tree and do other things out
    • Christianity consists in their calling out “Lord,
    • of the physical world which we perceive round about us through
    • the gods, and because of this emptiness, because it is without
    • does not yet contain the divine; it is without God. We can only
    • out into the world, and among the manifold things which he
    • left the world and fled into a sphere of reality outside the
    • a historical moment about 600 years after the Mystery of
    • even manifest Himself out of the world's darkness, then Paul
    • risen Christ. Out of this special insight into the connections of
    • divine-spiritual life, and this certainty sprang out of
    • spoke out of the path and position of the stars! This Word
    • lived outside in the stars took up its abode in the body which
    • hung upon the cross. What was formerly sought outside in the
    • everlasting Cosmic Word speaking out of the stars. The Mystery of
    • Jupiter days are like a sentence speaking out of the cosmic
    • shepherds on the field; without any wisdom, from the dream
    • streaming out of their simple hearts, merely by listening to the
    • poor shepherds out of the depths of the human heart. And it is
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    • setting out, not from a more general aspect, but from a definite
    • boundary, what is outside him. From other anthroposophical
    • certain impressions from outside. How matters really stand in
    • impressions coming from outside.
    • say that the perceptions come from outside; they reach, as it
    • were, man's inner life from outside. What meets them from inside?
    • eye, I obtain an impression from outside, and my thinking power
    • from outside. I can retain a picture of the table in my memory
    • outside to the inside, whereas the direction of his thinking goes
    • from the inside to the outside.
    • eye or organ of touch able to feel into the earth, without our
    • without the need of digging holes into the earth, an organ for
    • ordinary sense perceptions, so we send out to the movements of
    • The human being has the thought of stretching out his arm, or of
    • experiences of a deep slumber without dreams. We dream in our
    • etheric body. Without the physical and etheric body we could not
    • outside. They receive the impressions which come from below and
    • attain the power of imagination by setting out from your ordinary
    • faculty of knowing something about these radiations coming from
    • also exists a sleep so faint that a person may walk about in an
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Freedom and Its Connection with the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • everything on earth which he fulfils out of the impulse of
    • is to say, if we do not take anything out of earthly life for our
    • us when looking out into the world, it is an illusion which
    • and have pointed out that in
    • images that look out at us from a mirror. These pictures cannot
    • that look out at us from a mirror. These pictures cannot force
    • that surges up from the human depths without his being able to
    • indications about the beginning and end of the earth. We might
    • the world was a nebula, a kind of physical structure. Out of it
    • of meaning in history, when one sets out from occidental beliefs.
    • were, in our earthly cave and we do not look out of it. The
    • outlook into Time's cosmic distances.
    • of free impulses born out of pure thinking. But in the same
    • perception arising out of the hypnotizing coercion which exists
    • danger of passing through the portal of death without taking with
    • him his own being and without penetrating into a free realm in
    • development out of a divine-spiritual existence, even as the
    • cosmogonies were thought out in the same way in which modern men
    • luxury edition”, that is to say without any inner activity
    • everything after the Mystery of Golgotha sets out from it.
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    • in ancient Greece and was about to set; nevertheless we find in
    • without a spiritual-scientific deepening, that when the ancient
    • whole extent of the mineral kingdom, was to him ashes falling out
    • when people tried to produce the homunculus in the retort out of
    • of conjuring up a definite living essence out of an indefinite
    • grasp without the aid of spiritual science, because modern people
    • does not change, and he forms his concepts of physics without
    • the feeling that when single phenomena had to be drawn out of the
    • inwardly living thoughts are needed, not sharply outlined ones,
    • can be formed without much effort. This tendency to rigid
    • thought, to thoughts with sharp outlines, can only be applied to
    • other the possibility to apply these rigid thoughts, drawn out of
    • lightning coming out of the cloud, the rolling thunder, the
    • had to take in life from outside. In accordance with man's
    • epoch, to draw this living essence out of the innermost depths of
    • Out of this
    • stage of human development coming out of those older soul
    • was not a clearly outlined idea, but a fundamental feeling of the
    • to set forth the divine in man artistically, out of the
    • question sent out into the world's spaces, as it were, by the
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    • Nature is apparently spread out round about us; but this is only
    • is connected from the very outset, inasmuch as he is a human
    • Outwardly, the human being would develop in a way entirely in
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • hearts with special devotion to those who are without on the scene of
    • penetrate the human soul at this time: out of the blood and hatred
    • forth from the depths of the Cosmos and how out of the Cosmic Word
    • about that (as was shown at certain times) when Adam, the man of sin,
    • was buried, there grew out of his grave the tree which had been
    • Earth-body. But from his grave sprouts the tree which can now grow
    • out of the earth, with which Adam's body is united. The wood of this
    • Jesus has poured out over the Earth and into the Earth's aura what He
    • Earth-aura there lives what the Christ brought out of the heavenly
    • anatomy sees, but is at the same time the outer mould of what man is
    • previously determined. We see the tree grow out of what the physical
    • succumbed to Lucifer. There grows out of the whole Earth existence of
    • that what grows out of our earthly deeds is different from what it
    • grow out of my Earth deeds which must become different. The tree
    • of the Cross, that Cross that grows out of the Luciferically tainted
    • Earth evolution, springs up out of Adam's grave, out of the
    • out of the spiritual worlds Christ descended, and in the body of
    • About the
    • existence. In West Hungary, about 1850, Karl Julius Schröer,
    • well- behaved youths and maidens were sought out and during this time
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • mind the words that resound out of the depths of earthly evolution's
    • spoken about by the One whose birth is celebrated at Christmas. One
    • it was described how, out of the depths of the cosmos, the universal
    • Word resounded, how out of the universal Word creation arose gradually,
    • eaten of that fruit would be cast out of the original scene of their
    • proceeded. This came about in the following way (as it was presented
    • this tree again grew out of his grave and was thus removed from
    • himself with the body of the earth; but out of his grave the tree
    • grows, the tree that can now grow out of the earth with which Adam's
    • which David belongs. And out of the wood of this tree, which actually
    • stood in Paradise, which then grew again out of Adam's grave, out of
    • who were to understand the secrets of the Mystery of Golgotha out of
    • Jesus poured out over the earth what He could bring to the earth, He
    • Mystery of Golgotha. What Christ brought out of heavenly heights down
    • the same time the outer mold of what the human being is in his inner
    • being within the earthly realm. It can then also be clear out of
    • unites him to the earth. Our outer form, however, which we surrender
    • that blossoms out of human deeds, out of the activities of human
    • beings; out of human deeds there arises something that has the
    • earth. And when we now look upon the tree growing out of the grave of
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    • historians have repeatedly pointed out that Zarathustra must have
    • lived about five or six thousand years before the Trojan War. We are
    • often pointed out, and I shall explain it further, that human
    • meaningless reminiscences of the outer world. Interwoven though they
    • outer physical world and the life of sense, but I also have
    • he lived in a part of the world directly adjoining on its South side
    • Science as it penetrates the outer world. To-day these two paths are
    • through inner contemplation, by turning away from the outer world.
    • physical sound, the senses to turn away from outer impressions, and
    • veil of the outer world of sense.
    • “Turn away from colours, sounds and all the outer impressions
    • world with understanding and to feel, behind the outer realm of
    • self and the other leading into the outer Cosmos, blended in Greek
    • physical body is but the outer manifestation of the Spirit. Just as
    • upon Ahura Mazdao in the outer world by the principle of
    • universe did not merely state vaguely: Outside and
    • Astronomy, and this circle was for them the outward sign of the way
    • of man are created by the spiritual currents of the Izods outside;
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
    • causes of health and disease without touching upon the essentials of
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    • civilisation and his own aims and purposes. It is not without
    • children. All you know is the outcome of your own contemplation and
    • the way in which we grasp the outer world by means of our senses and
    • ideas of outer physical consciousness. The pictures must be related
    • general was concerned, the old clairvoyance died out entirely. Waking
    • flow, from out of the Cosmos, the living and
    • and it could offer no outer image of the super-sensible world. And so,
    • me” — men reached out to the script placed by heavenly
    • the old Egyptian said — “The Sun and Moon out there show
    • the Sun with its outpouring light and the reflecting Moon, but this
    • outer world. This physical part of man is but the vesture of
    • nature without feeling any need to concern himself at the same time
    • outer physical substances into man's body. Osiris and Isis are
    • decay even as the outer forces of Nature.”
    • and is invisible to the outer world. The mysterious Isis-nature
    • remains a physical being in the outer physical world, to maintain in
    • the powers of man. This being — who is not the outer physical
    • must force his way through this physical nature. He beholds the outer
    • he beholds Man he must penetrate through the outer form to the
    • contemplate himself as he contemplates an outer object. Now man can
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Nature of Butterflies
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    • gentlemen, have you had any ideas? If not, I will talk to you about
    • Nature — as a rule people do so rather without thinking —
    • the moment we begin to reflect about the things of Nature, so much
    • help becoming curious about it. In the case of the beavers' lodge and
    • am going to point out something regarding butterflies which does not
    • butterfly that comes out of this egg. What emerges from this egg is not
    • sting (drawing), and it crawls around lazily. Outwardly it appears to be
    • body it spins threads out of which it forms a hard covering. Gradually
    • to reach the stage of hatching out a caterpillar, it above all requires
    • No egg can thrive without a certain amount of humidity in which salt is
    • at night when there is no light it rolls up the thread. It spins it out
    • which is then able to fly out and enjoy the activity of a sun-being.
    • annihilate, but when it comes about in the right way it transforms the
    • connection between all things in outer Nature. The butterfly you see is
    • created out of light, but light had first to take up matter, form a case
    • created out of light. This applies to man as well, by reason of the
    • possibility arises for man to be born out of light. Thus we see how the
    • butterfly flutters about in many different colours. These colours are
    • into contact with the light, one sees that it spins the light out of
    • now fly about in the air which was impossible for the caterpillar. It
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  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • lectures I have been permitted to give here. I spoke then about man's
    • without our being conscious of them, and by the illumination that
    • experienced without the support of the bodily nature. We might easily
    • in the way it comes about on earth in the human soul it has nothing to
    • is inside his skin; but without the support of the ground he could not
    • brain-process, but without the support of the brain it could not take
    • earth we were not to see trees and clouds outside, but were to look in
    • we were outside ourselves, but we know that this being outside ourselves
    • with in-breathing and out-breathing, and also with sleeping and waking.
    • without the capacity for love there would be no moral life here on
    • of another, and from striving to accomplish what we do out of this
    • world. For we do then feel lonely when we, as it were, breathe out.
    • In-breathing is like an experience of spiritual beings; out-breathing
    • we come down at all to the physical out of the spiritual world? You may
    • world fades out, and we feel how through the forces of the moon we
    • us, the feeling of self, to be supported by something outside, namely
    • want to add something about the processes mentioned then. I know that
    • different about it.” My dear friends, if I tell you what an
    • tell you about him in the bosom of his family. The two things go
    • an official can still have a family life outside his office.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • word itself we confess our inability to say anything about these forces.
    • setting out to describe what is the essential nature of human knowledge,
    • self-observation is carried out purely with the ordinary forces of
    • admit that, taking what can be learned about the experiences of the soul
    • soul emerge out of the bodily conditions as out of a subconscious
    • dream and suggest how dreams appear to come out of the life of sleep and
    • knowledge at his disposal, be expected to speak in any other way about
    • developed as new faculties from out of the ordinary life of the soul we
    • about dreams in daytime consciousness with the ordinary means of
    • we have a knowledge about sleep itself by some other means. He who truly
    • experienced by the soul, although without knowing anything of it. It is
    • is almost completely wiped out. It is an experience that is comparable
    • with swimming; we are, so to speak, moving about in a general,
    • experience consciously this first stage of sleep without right
    • raised ourselves up out of our connection with the external world of the
    • without question? Why does he want to try to philosophize about it all?
    • the outer world of the senses. Such teachings were given in connection
    • received from the Mystery-centres, and they were able to carry out of
    • anxiety rose up out of the depths of the life of sleep. If a man was to
    • have power to bring away with him out of this anxiety not general
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  • Title: Lecture: Reincarnation and Karma
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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
    • out of its own perception it will represent the same view. For
    • and has completely routed the superstition of a mechanical
    • existence. To-day, most people who trouble at all about truth
    • truths come to man without his seeking; the literary supplements
    • impressing upon their readers what they ought to believe about
    • is very necessary to point out again and again that
    • ailment of modern scientific teachings and speak about the
    • physical ones, does not bring it about — as it certainly
    • about that the souls of a number of children are different, from
    • Without doubt it
    • out all difference between the lower characteristics of soul
    • pass by without specially thinking about them. Then someone
    • comes along and out of a fact accessible to every one discovers
    • swinging without having formed the above conclusion. The point
    • made without them. Darwin drew attention in an illuminating way
    • From out of the
    • decree was without effect, as we were not able to dispense with
    • posterity will cast miracle out, never to return. Everybody who
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  • Title: Lecture: Life and Death
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    • — though he might not care for a life without a brain,
    • it will be clear without further explanation, that what
    • matter. So lifeless matter now becomes in death the outer
    • thrusting death outside. Thus it can also he said that every
    • three centuries ago. I have often, pointed out that it is
    • carcase, etc. That was all nicely set out. Exactly in the
    • Take the highest animals. How far do they carry that out? As
    • about that”, then if he draws this conclusion again and
    • this truth about the repeated earth-lives is still but little
    • in youth. It appears there as something which requires a
    • truly observe the intimate life of youth, who has learned to
    • observe the child, not only from the outside but also from
    • outer living form, but continues to work even into the most
    • many things in the outside world, then this individual kernel
    • himself to the outer world and gathers experiences. When,
    • unite itself to the outer world; and as it grows ever more
    • own self. That happens because it could in its youth build up
    • throughout the whole of life, though it is less apparent in
    • but by the outer world itself; that is to say, by the world
    • its organs. Thus, when a living being carries out work by
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  • Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
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    • are spread out before our senses: the mineral kingdom, the
    • must take great care, from the very outset, to realize that
    • there are other Beings which whirl about on the astral plane.
    • about us, such forces and beings lie concealed. It is
    • fingernails without the human being; the same thing must be
    • cannot push them about like the men on a chessboard. If we
    • influence throughout life — nevertheless, the physical
    • without clairvoyant perception? — Without clairvoyance,
    • belonging to the sphere of living Nature, without the help of
    • this human Ego looks out into the world, its knowledge is
    • do this? If you look out into the world, your cognitive
    • human activity. You look out into the world through your
    • throughout the whole human body.
    • this blood has been worked upon, throughout four successive
    • them, without causing pain. At an earlier time however, the
    • other Beings work upon it from without — forming it,
    • earth! The Beings which work upon the plants, from out of the
    • their work. This is what acts upon the plants from out of the
    • minerals, which workout of the formless element, are to be
    • Elementary Kingdom — for, without it, it would be
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  • Title: Lecture: 'Goethe's Faust' from the Point of View of Spiritual Science
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    • affairs, who indulge in curious notions about life and its
    • germ, and that this germ can only attract from out of its
    • he says in the book about Winckelmann “Antiques”:
    • everything living and moving in outer nature celebrates a new
    • — a spiritual nature — is borne out of the soul
    • earliest youth he began to incorporate into his poem all
    • and the things it absorbed from the outer world. It is therefore
    • devoted work. He could now quietly await the moment when, out
    • realize it in his anger poured out over those who have called
    • Goethe's more youthful accomplishments had any value; those
    • he leads him out into the great, exterior world — the
    • out of nothing, so can a man who is ignorant of the spirit,
    • the spirit within and behind the physical, out of which all
    • things physical are formed, as is ice out of water. There, at
    • able to understand only the things formed in outer space,
    • conceals the soul in that wonderful form about which
    • elements of the body out of all the kingdoms of nature in
    • out of the kingdoms of nature. There the soul unites with
    • out of this spiritual perception, were born a spiritual
    • Euphorion who has descended and calls from out of the depths:
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • to celebrate the festival of love and peace outside in the
    • without saying that those of us who are not thus drawn into
    • to follow out a little train of thought which can bring this
    • born out of the darkness of the Night of Initiation, and which
    • something may stream out into the rest of our anthroposophical
    • without prejudice, and felt a great change in itself. To-day we
    • use of the old heathen magical methods. All this is played out
    • spiritual side of it, it works out magnificently in the old
    • Behold my tears outpouring and then hear
    • With words of flattery. He praised my youth,
    • Here a fair youth, Aglaidas, once sought me out;
    • So many he sent out to tempt her soul;
    • not feel how those, which throughout the centuries were
    • something great, worthy to be striven after — for without
    • is architected is something great without which the world
    • world is fashioned and built. Everything that comes about,
    • comes about through the power and the might that is in the
    • beings and we should be shutting ourselves out from the world
    • out into a lonely corner. The magic building of man — we
    • see it already laid out in the organism of the child. Wherever
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  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • mental outlook utterly foreign to our own. From this distant
    • upon the results of modern investigation, carried out in such
    • Aristotle stands out pre-eminent as an intellectual giant in
    • the teachers who preached Aristotle in season and out of
    • season, as a rule, understood nothing at all about him.
    • investigation of the human body, carried out by means of his
    • body. Then, indeed, this scholar, who was a devout follower
    • Science that arose out of a clairvoyant consciousness which
    • well. Not without reason was Aristotle the first historian of
    • about it, the knowledge having come to him from those times
    • learnt by means of Spiritual Science about the super-sensible
    • contention of the devout followers of Aristotle. Those,
    • Nature spreads herself out before us, with everything
    • from the brain. There we stand, ready to spell out, as from
    • about Mathematics, he will have or to toil at Mathematics for
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • literally out the ground from under their feet. We cannot be
    • about that he divided the presence of mountains in the Moons,
    • Reason grasps it outside time and space, while man's reason
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  • Title: Lecture: On the Occasion of Goethe's Birthday
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    • his old age differed from that of his youth. But this was
    • stretch anything out into space? Now within the last few days
    • number of impacts exercised from outside is compared with
    • force than the outer. The consequence is that through the
    • outer impacts the two bodies, whether molecules or planets,
    • already been worked out with all possible mathematical
    • quibbles. It is contained in a book, now out of print,
    • reappear when scientists leave out of consideration the
    • force, prevailed till about 1860–1870. To-day we find
    • all that we might call the outer, physical, or perhaps the
    • point in the science of biology, at which the outer physical
    • even the mere outside husk of physiology is everywhere
    • physical, even among thinkers who, without knowing it, are
    • empirical facts of the outer senses be traced to spiritual
    • is really the outcome of a tendency inherent in facts, to
    • combined; but that everything that we think out exists as an
    • can be no clearer example of helping oneself out of a
    • into the objects, without being able to find in the things
    • spirit, and tries to help itself out of the difficulty by the
    • the outer instruments of the soul-life, — the brain,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Errors of Spiritual Investigation
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    • also those of the sources of error; for, without doubt,
    • develop out of the cognitive forces slumbering in the human
    • out of her depths, believes she may grasp this world of
    • Images objectively — as if they were existing outside
    • of ones own soul forces, which the soul produces solely out
    • forces are drawn out of the soul, if one pursues another
    • from out of those worlds which work down into such persons
    • as they are led to pronouncements out of the spiritual world,
    • clear about the individualities of persons applied to
    • attempted in this outline to-day in order to point to what
    • in reasonable fashion without making himself a partisan of
    • standpoint, the others are rejected without anything further.
    • But without this, one cannot become a real spiritual
    • of feeling THAT outside of one, which formerly was
    • him, which would otherwise bring him out of the necessary
    • oneself, beside oneself, without any limitation. One cannot
    • his own personal views, thus, without knowing it, falsifying
    • comprehend its results, without applying its methods to
    • out the details, sharply, has often reached the position of
    • only develop out of what is living.) I should also like to
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  • Title: Lecture: Factors of Karma, Deficiencies in Psychoanalysis
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    • position in the widest sense of the term. For it goes without
    • outlining for the ‘Karma of vocation’ are by no means
    • Though Faust is roaming through the world without any definite
    • they try to get out of human souls the joys and pains, the
    • it finds expression. For though the lady in her outer life is
    • resting there in the soul's depths without man's consciousness
    • man declares by word of mouth lofty ideals of ‘right and
    • depths, arises out of such connections as the Psycho-analyst
    • Psycho-analysis. I only wish to have pointed out that in the
    • bottom of the soul, out of one Earth-life only. No wonder they
    • Now I know the manure, and out of this the corn will presently
    • such investigation. Therefore they rummage about in the most
    • out of our experiences and trials and faculties acquired during
    • us one should always find out what kind of a job a man has. A
    • it out. The father said ‘Hm’ because he did not wish
    • With all these things I only want to point out how much there
    • only between the seventh and about the fourteenth year that we
    • observe them even outwardly on the physical plane. The
    • about) the physical body — forces which come not
    • belongs to a different chapter — but throughout our
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  • Title: Lecture: Matter Incidental to the Question of Destiny
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    • to approach them by the paths which spiritual science opens out.
    • life, of great or outstanding personalities. Let me give one
    • about Friedrich Theodor Vischer, author of Auch Einer
    • told how he grew out of straitened circumstances, — how
    • very outset we are told how even the grammar school education
    • reached a certain age was indeed not without importance;
    • generally got no answer. Let us make no mistake about it.
    • civilization of our time. Let us make no mistake about it. Much
    • opened out, if this intelligence is trained in the mechanical
    • pyramid-construction. And this enabled him to point out
    • out with necessity) — let us assume as an hypothesis what
    • important questions of fate, out of the immediate reality of
    • secondly, being an altogether modern man, he creates right out
    • is not without interest (let me make this remark, once more, in
    • others. At least he was a lawyer in his youth — at a
    • around him without prejudice, and his outstanding ability made
    • the job yourself? At the moment we are without a Director at
    • theatre seven times in my whole life. But while I am about it,
    • he said, ‘What do you think about it?’ He knew that
    • attitude, so that at least he no longer wrote about him quite
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  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • certain matters directly related to practical life and to the outer
    • in our present studies, in order to bring out the quality which
    • receive ideas which can carry and sustain us throughout
    • person who is about to enter into life. But the question of
    • out once more, from another standpoint, these truths of human
    • from about the fourteenth to the sixteenth year. (It varies, as
    • those qualities which make him able — out of
    • Natural Science will therefore have to find out the reasons why
    • Throughout its life, the animal does not essentially get beyond
    • Without entering further into many things which would have to
    • place which I have so often described in outline in a certain
    • sixteen. What man works out, on Earth, very largely in his
    • unconsciousness, this above all he works out between
    • too believe — that outer circumstances alone are in
    • reality bringing it about. But the outer
    • future. If only our outer worldly culture could make up its
    • Here we can gain an outlook, of what untold importance it will
    • looking out upon wide perspectives, — but they have very
    • disorder, even so it will always be explicable out of the
    • it will matter more and more what a man thinks about his
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  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of Man to the Hierarchies
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    • and find his way directly to the Godhead, without any mediation
    • God without any intermediates at all.
    • Beings whom we call Archangels. Their mission is to bring about
    • Angel, for at the very outset he omits this property whereby
    • as it were, out of his own resources only.
    • out in our time if you will bear in mind what I have here
    • about it, but he knows very little. We do indeed have very
    • unconscious outcome of the one-sided devotion to
    • it is an aberration of belief, of faith, of world-outlook.
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • a compensation will be brought about for many a sin which man
    • world-outlook, able to sustain the life of man. It is one
    • world-outlook, to enter a little more deeply into the course of
    • — it should go without saying. No doubt it may be possible
    • existed in the ancient sense, this idea was carried out with
    • Nowadays, you see, there is much talk about the Mysteries,
    • these things in words, without even having the will to
    • of, out of the reality itself, or in mere words. Alas, one can
    • actual fact), questions one about the subject which seemingly
    • communications by word of mouth were very different from
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • external manifestation — without being brought face
    • about the infant Jesus felt in our day to be beautiful —
    • his birth, before he could breathe the outer air, he had beheld
    • born out of the spirit into a body. When the Rosicrucian said:
    • journeys out of the spirit into the physical world. Through
    • But, in his centre-most being, man comes out of the spiritual
    • that he reveals even in his earliest years how he has come out
    • sheathing at the birth of the human being out of the
    • about man's whole physical evolution. That is, we then know
    • body, the true ego actually vanishes out of the physical form,
    • by little develops to an ever greater perfection, growing out
    • that we have journeyed out of the spirit into the physical
    • the physical life out of the Christmas conception, which can
    • reflect about the human being as he enters into the sensible
    • created by the physical existence; out of the spirit human
    • Most of all must understanding come about, Christian
    • gift of genius. They will have to inquire about the origin of
    • ordering of the universe? What is the truth about faculties and
    • bringing about the transformation of the Luciferic —
    • which does not enter into us because we journey out of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • called forth from the earth all the budding and sprouting life,
    • The way will lead you out o'er mount and valley;
    • Mark. As a member of a secret Brotherhood he is sent out on an
    • given in the three lower bodies: deaden it, not out of a desire
    • In curvings in and out the boulders bending,
    • He soon arrives outside the quiet homestead,
    • A threefold ray from out one core is glowing;
    • youth, but only when he has explored the world, when he has
    • are in deepest sorrow because he is about to leave us; he
    • Thirteenth, who has before brought about this harmony
    • are represented by the sword with which he strikes a spring out
    • Not one was here admitted who, a youth,
    • From out the barren rock before his sword,
    • Within this inner storm and outer struggle
    • from the torrid zone, from the South. It is the South that has
    • they have passed through conflicts outside these walls; they
    • The power of good which e'en his youth inspired
    • As pleasure is for boys, for youths distinction,
    • He gave the youth a swift and precious steed;
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • hope that the course of lectures, which I am about to undertake, will
    • the information I propose to offer without occasionally arousing a
    • wish to characterize without further ado — since we are not
    • of human evolution without allowing the particular shades of feeling
    • outlook. It follows then that a certain degree of maturity in
    • From the outset it is necessary to draw attention to this. On the
    • speak quite impartially about the mission of the individual, Folk
    • Souls. Just as it was justifiable to maintain complete silence about
    • more readily accepted by the modern materialist outlook. But it is
    • Self or Manas which he will fashion out of the astral body in the
    • the bed, and float outside them. Now imagine that in this condition
    • am floating outside and above them.” If, at the present time,
    • man becomes conscious in his astral body, i.e. outside his physical
    • will be able to direct them from outside — for example, from a
    • ourselves from without. That is the essential step. And this implies
    • from without when he has so far perfected himself that he is still in
    • physical and etheric bodies from without’, but who are able at
    • activity. If we survey the various peoples on Earth and select out
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    • upon their etheric or life-body, when they fashion this body from out
    • particular people. That such is the outlook of the materialist is not
    • materialistic outlook. The green vegetation, the peculiar
    • must be quite clear about these Beings; we shall then be able to name
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    • characteristics which belong to earlier stages. Throughout the
    • arise without the fully developed form and structure of the human
    • pointed out yesterday that other forces also are active — the
    • constitution of our Earth. Sometimes these configurations stand out
    • concatenation of outward circumstances is the work of the Archai, the
    • the backward Spirits of Form. They do not stimulate man from without;
    • when; furthermore, the mode of thinking which was brought about from
    • he is the victim of Maya or how far he has left out of account the
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    • man from his outer sheath or envelope. Man's inner being
    • your mind's eye without the need to draw it. You thus perform
    • there is no need to go outside yourself. You can imagine for a moment
    • within, without the stimulus of external motivation.
    • 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
    • from outside and which the Intellectual Soul elaborates. Then we come
    • perception; and just as we set out to conquer nature and transform it
    • work on their behalf by weaving out of his own being that which has
    • an descending curve, the springtime of youth and the winter of old
    • age, so the Archangel experiences his youth and old age in, the rise
    • receives from without, the Archangel receives from within; hence when
    • youth and age upon man. In youth man feels his limbs to be young and
    • youth, in the creative period of its life, then the Archangel
    • rebirth, in order on a later occasion to seek out another community.
    • Thus the springtime of a people, its youthful vigour and vitality
    • testifies to the youth of the Folk Spirit, which he experiences as a
    • undertaken during the creative period of a people when its youthful
    • by a people during the period of transition from youth to age in
    • the outer reflection of the super-sensible Beings, just as man is the
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    • the normal developmental stage of twenty or thereabouts.
    • capacities which otherwise he would have received about his twentieth
    • about the first third of his life, is subject to the forces of the
    • north, south, east or west. But because he has become dependent on
    • his environment, because his youth is lived in the way I have
    • particular characteristics of later youth or adolescence and
    • characteristics of youth, and the corresponding centre in Europe
    • about to say, it only refers to man in so far as he is dependent upon
    • died out, not because of European persecutions, but because they were
    • Native American population did not die out because this pleased the
    • such forces as lead to their dying out.”
    • population died out, but because the Indians had to acquire the
    • youthful forces which made possible the emergence of that peculiar
    • such that its youthful vigour, its creative potentialities, decline
    • forces of youth, but is given over to the hardening forces of old
    • forces of youth. But that which calls for creative energy requires a
    • forces concentrated within the youthful organism must be allowed to
    • post-Atlantean civilizations. Just as in his youth man looks out with
    • civilization look out into the world. This is associated with the
    • fresh, youthful forces which help man to grow until he reaches his
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    • outline of the racial or folk characteristics.
    • spread out before him. He will describe this solid rock formation in
    • from the Earth and raying outward in all directions. But if these
    • encounter the forces raying outward from within the Earth there
    • outward streaming forces which neutralize each other at the apparent
    • forces raying outward in all directions are the forces of the
    • outwards from within the Earth and were opposed by the Spirits of
    • peninsula in the South from the rest of Europe. How is one to account
    • up from the South. We may picture the situation somewhat as follows:
    • from the South which divided and spilled over the Bohemian Plateau on
    • Alpine Massif. It is possible to arrive at this conclusion without
    • Divine Beings, Thrones, Cherubim and Seraphim. When we look outward
    • and the Spirits of Wisdom. When we gaze out into the periphery of the
    • consciousness. It is a reality; it approaches all men from without as
    • the Music of the Spheres operating throughout the Universe. That is
    • we gaze out into cosmic spaces and perceive first of all the Sun in
    • in from the cosmic sphere. From outside, the Beings of the second
    • stream in from outside, the Spirits of Form who are nearest to us,
    • see how they operate in our Earth planet, how they form it out of the
    • life consists of thinking, feeling and willing; his outer vehicles
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    • shall here draw attention to one point only and what I am about to
    • yesterday as the highest Hierarchy, as raying outward from the Earth.
    • in my last lecture with the more detailed information about the
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    • you look out into the Cosmos you have now a picture of the
    • the Earth and ray outward again from the Earth-centre as was
    • from which the individual races spread outward. We then come to Asia,
    • capture it at a definite moment in time. But what I have said about
    • I pointed out that in
    • forces which stream down into the Earth, ray outwards from the Earth
    • there the forces out of which he was built up. He is fashioned by
    • found in Southern Asia and in the direction of the Malay Archipelago.
    • branches out in various directions to form a network. This part of
    • forces of the blood that which brings about a modification of the
    • in order to bring about a special modification of his people. You
    • system via the outer life of the senses. This is the one way. In the
    • the peoples of South-West Asia, and especially the European peoples
    • Spirits brought about in the East, to whom we owe all the
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    • migrated to Southern Asia, then we must look back to early Atlantean
    • first set out during the post-Atlantean epoch, then we must clearly
    • has often been pointed out, the nuclei of future peoples remained
    • people was singled out from the normal course of evolution for
    • characteristic is peculiar not only to myths and teachings about the
    • without pluralism. Pluralism is not possible without monism. We must
    • about to touch upon something exceptionally interesting in the course
    • spread gradually over the whole Earth. Without this consummation of
    • Golgotha, without the activity of certain guiding and directing
    • extending into Hungary, Southern Germany and the Alpine countries.
    • impartially of these things without arousing jealousy and emotional
    • mythology are in many respects curiously alike, I must point out
    • Germanic mythology, from the way in which it was developed out of the
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    • character of Teutonic mythology. In the last lecture I pointed out
    • mythology so that in the regions far to the South it was possible for
    • unique character of the Teutonic mythology throughout all the
    • are outside the scope of the present lecture — there is a
    • particular people arrived at its mythology or other teachings about
    • civilization were brought about by migrations from West to East, so
    • consciousness, without a developed ego-consciousness.
    • that they gazed out into their spiritual environment, into the
    • experienced. Now memory is much clearer, takes on sharper outlines
    • so fresh, no longer so youthful; memory or recollection has sharper
    • contours, sharper outlines. Greek mythology is a memory-picture in
    • bold, clear outlines of the influence or positive activity of the
    • earlier epochs and created pictures of the earlier events out of
    • of Atlantis and when, from out of this sea of mist, there emerged
    • way out of the Cosmos. This was direct experience to him. He did not
    • wonderful stories about Odin.
    • life, in the hidden recesses of the soul as I pointed out in the last
    • that everything within has its counterpart without, that everything
    • the movements and currents of the wind in the macrocosm outside. Just
    • and of outer lightning. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and knew
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    • phenomenal world was merely Maya or illusion. Now I pointed out in
    • higher Beings, the Angels and Archangels, in the way I pointed out
    • without that influence. Thus to the Luciferic powers we owe the most
    • Ahriman approached from outside and penetrated into the vast arena of
    • the victim of Ahriman who works from without.
    • a religious conception built up out of the whole Semitic tradition as
    • he senses danger. He directs his gaze outwards and believes the
    • felt, to look out into the external world where they might have to
    • worked upon his astral body; they operated from without. And because
    • only give indications of this Luciferic influence outside the
    • to deceive himself, to think incorrectly about things; that is to
    • If we were to follow out the whole history of Loki we should
    • the spiritual world he looked into the world out of which he was
    • ancient times and as a development of the myth out of the old
    • even in the broad outline I have presented to you, you can feel the
    • far-reaching importance, namely: this limitation to the outer
    • without delay. The Initiate, the Leader of the Esoteric School, makes
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    • individual ‘I’ as the emergence out of the Group Soul.
    • was later given quite different tasks, to educate the still youthful
    • Folk Spirit developed to the full his inner soul-forces without
    • civilizations grew out of the Roman civilization already possessed
    • fructifies the ‘I’ in some way and projects it outward
    • and the ‘I’ that was oriented outwards originated, you
    • experienced in a former age. The task of the Southern Germanic
    • on as an inner disposition of soul. It was the task of the Southern
    • soul and out of the forces of this body created his great
    • barest indications about these matters. If you compare them with the
    • strange as it may seem, was seen clairvoyantly to flow from the South
    • old Atlantean epoch. The stream that flowed southward via Spitzbergen
    • their outposts in Eastern Europe, the Slavonic peoples. The latter
    • with their Folk Souls were the outposts of the coming sixth
    • development. It is extremely interesting to study these outposts of a
    • stage and in a curious way, through the medium of their outposts,
    • outposts as a future’ civilization if we were to compare them
    • direct outpouring of the inner being of the people may be compared to
    • as these conceptions are, we find them among the outposts of the
    • broad outlines, ignoring the details, because he is preparing himself
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    • souls in the late Lemurian epoch and throughout the Atlantean epoch,
    • old Atlantean clairvoyance the descent of these souls out of the
    • understood to be the external manifestation of souls descending out
    • of the Cosmos, out of the atmosphere, out of planetary spheres, in
    • long that it was still extant amongst the Southern Germanic peoples
    • descended from planetary spheres with that which springs out of the
    • (Home of the Giants). That which developed out of the body of the
    • daughter. She is born out of the physical forces of earthly evolution
    • until the moment of waking spreads out over the Macrocosm, so too the
    • out of their own vision will be dismissed as a figment of the
    • the human soul. When man gazes out into the new world with the new
    • has evolved out of the Midgard Snake which Loki, the Luciferic power,
    • given from out of the Earth forces themselves to the ‘I’,
    • Throughout
    • the wondrous figure of Vidar shines forth to us out of the Twilight
    • Oriental dogmatism. What is taught out of the true sources of
    • have said about Zarathustra and Jesus of Nazareth, about Hermes and
    • Moses, Odin and Thor, and about Christ Jesus Himself, nor to accept
    • out of Rosicrucian sources can be tested in every way. Armed with the
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    • opening words of our festival this year were put into the mouth of Hermes,
    • to add to what has resounded during the last few days out of the
    • development, to times when a unified culture, born directly out of
    • influence even brought out in human souls something of which today we
    • about this play,
    • thoughts about our work to pass through a period of development of
    • words spoken about
    • another, which springs from the depths of my heart, out of deepest
    • believe the best. Anthroposophy is not the only thing about which men
    • form their opinions out of feelings and personal motives, but
    • cherishing an unselfish ideal. We can only form an opinion about what
    • personal feelings about the ideal, and no longer ask what we
    • we put the question to ourselves without bias, we get an answer which
    • have come about through centuries of development. The signs of
    • without bias in relation to the question I have raised, the work of
    • pointed this out at the commencement of my lectures here a year ago.
    • modern spiritual life — two figures which stand out as
    • human soul directly out of elemental Nature the forces which led to
    • make perpetual sacrifice and should single out, set apart from this
    • riches of European antiquity. Out of that deed of Goethe's
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    • I tried to give you some idea of the way the Greeks thought about the
    • Occult Science — An Outline
    • at work today in the human being without his being able to give a
    • the rape of Persephone has been brought about by soul-forces which
    • lie deep in the subconscious, forces which in outer Nature are
    • world, he saw Demeter; she really came to meet him. When, out of this
    • attention to what was outside him, to what existed all around him,
    • present one), I absorb from outside everything that is growing, but
    • The man of that time was not so hopelessly limited in his outlook as
    • Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • and through the food I eat they enter into me. What they are outside
    • forces within human nature comes about as a result of the
    • Demeter works without in the powerful forces of all that brings forth
    • Pluto work in man's own organism. We must be able to blot out
    • about the development of the Greek gods. I pointed out how Demeter
    • commandments outwardly expressed, but since man was clairvoyant, it
    • the plant world without are sent into my brain.’ This Demeter
    • whole of their outer conduct. When the gods assumed the forms they
    • the solid human body what it was once possible, out of the forces of
    • is represented in the Nature-forces by Eros, who brings this about.
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    • longer see in these things, as the Greeks did, the outer gestures,
    • something outside us which we study according to abstract laws,
    • the outer world which could not be explained by natural laws already
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • is diffused over the whole universe without is also in us. The Greek
    • have quite different things to say about the rainbow too. We say to
    • if out of the bosom of the surrounding universe; in looking at it we
    • ourselves we can observe that out of a vague, unthinking brooding,
    • rainbow out of the bosom of the universe, and the other thing, that
    • in ourselves thought is born out of the rest of our soul-life. Those
    • in our microcosm call forth the outward rainbow from the bosom of the
    • universe. Just as the Demeter forces from without enter into man and
    • become active within, so outside us in the cosmos those forces are
    • active which form the rainbow out of the ingredients of Nature; there
    • they work spread out in space; within, in the microcosmic world of
    • man, they cause thought to flash up out of the indefinite. Of course
    • outside in space is also within us. Today man does not yet recognise
    • work in himself, and the forces active outside in the macrocosm;
    • Greek could not say what I say today about these things, because he
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    • outset of this course that the Greeks thought of the whole of Nature
    • occur to you to ask: ‘What about the fourth member of our human
    • forces outside in space which are their counterpart, just as the
    • macrocosm out there! With our egos we are as if emptied out into our
    • environment. What radiates into us from without, the golden rays of
    • objective outside in the macrocosm, at another, an idea within the
    • ego-forces holding sway outside in space as far more closely related,
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • fully clear to us if first we learn a little about the way spiritual
    • about to say by way of parenthesis you will find in the little book I
    • they carry out their leadership?
    • able to live out their lives in this sheath of the human physical
    • played the outstanding part in the guidance of humanity; there
    • something about for all these Beings of the higher hierarchies. How
    • the outstanding spiritual leaders of humanity in the spiritual world
    • totality of human souls, who will rise out of the corpse of the
    • Earth, out of the earthly dross. The Christ Being, together with the
    • brought it about that nothing of Him will be left behind in the
    • be seen by Beings then dwelling upon the outer planets as they gaze
    • outwards into the heavenly spaces.
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    • could not bother themselves much about men! Hence came that
    • proclaim it loudly enough—we have to put them all without
    • I then said about the Elohim, about the culmination of the Elohim in
    • Moon evolution, going about the Earth in human bodies, bearing within
    • human incarnation in Atlantis. We must be clear about this if we wish
    • well, but another time you tell us that Zeus is outside in space as
    • forces as outspread in the widths of space!’ The objection that
    • these forces are at work outside in space without being gathered
    • has not yet understood how evolution comes about, what is its whole
    • what works outside in space as natural law can at the same time walk
    • about the Earth in a human body. Nevertheless it can be so. For the
    • about, making use of hands and feet’ ... a modern man would
    • astral bodies, their counterpart outspread in space ... was once
    • man of Atlantean mould walking about in Atlantis just like other
    • walking about as an Atlantean appears to be concentrated in an
    • macrocosmic forces which work outside as the counterpart of the
    • larger, it broadens out, it is in fact the macrocosmic counterpart of
    • without, towards which he is focused, and he feels himself, together
    • with his ego, as poured out into cosmic space. He is in fact outside
    • formerly he only looked at; and in a way every soul is spread out
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    • have devoted much attention in these lectures to a subject that arose out
    • should we have spent so much time talking about the world of the
    • spiritual-scientific study of the world. I have pointed out that the
    • date we are more perfect than we were earlier, it has come about
    • bearer’. The outstanding characteristic of this human ego
    • the outer world. Hence when we meet another man, if we only try to
    • We go about among men, but with organs of perception for the outer
    • being, let us now turn to the outermost member, to the physical body.
    • from the outside, we are able to say: ‘Admittedly we learn to
    • we look at this physical body from outside. Thus these two members of
    • a fulness about it which comes nearer to expressing the truth than
    • they were unable to see each other's outer physical bodies
    • they had fallen into matter, that, out of a world to which they had
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • Fall, and which stream into it out of the spiritual worlds above, but
    • yesterday the impressive picture of how this came about—of how
    • come about in human evolution as the achievement of time. But in
    • order to bring about the birth of the younger Dionysos the human
    • old clairvoyant consciousness had to die out, had to sink below the
    • without his having undergone any preparation, any kind of esoteric
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    • mythology, our usual very superficial ideas about it are bound to be
    • contrast between what the Greeks felt in their ideas about the upper
    • was the fundamental difference? In their ideas about the upper gods,
    • about Zeus, Poseidon, Pluto, Apollo, Mars and so on, they expressed
    • Spiritual Science has to say about the human mind in the act of
    • about. But from the standpoint of Spiritual Science philosophy has
    • philosophy of the day — refuses to recognise the truth about
    • this, I can only say a few words about the nature of human knowledge.
    • knowledge comes about as a result of work carried out by the brain.
    • about, does not go as far as the physical body; that all takes place
    • about as shrewd as the man who looks at a mirror and says: ‘I
    • am not walking about out here, that is not me. I must get inside the
    • what was outside it. So it is with the whole of the physical
    • understand thinking is about as clever as looking into a mirror to
    • do not want to go into these things. For in the outer world today
    • physical bodily organism, without man's having any direct
    • what I am about to describe as a first tremendous challenge to the
    • soul. It comes about when this very knowledge leads us on to
    • resounds towards us out of primeval times. Self-knowledge, as the
    • mental representation, which reproduces for us all the things outside
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    • worlds, experiences to which his soul is not equal without having
    • if his soul is turned inside out, so to say, if it is completely
    • him out of their own body, their own substance. We come to feel:
    • things with this treasure, this divine heritage. We can out of a
    • it to the light of day out of our own freedom. Thus we can let this
    • up this treasure, we must lift it out of the hidden depths into our
    • treasure out of the unconscious? We give it a different form from the
    • apparatus of his body to draw out these riches, and that is what
    • drawing out this treasure.’ Then there is only one resource
    • his environment without taking into consideration the Saturn, Sun and
    • they were then able to bring about our physical body. Thus these
    • onwards. It was brought about in a very complicated manner. Thus for
    • spiritual vision man was there at the outset in an etheric body, and
    • outcome of the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions; from among these we
    • pick out a certain number the purpose of which was to bring into
    • way as to bring about the blood-system with its centre in the heart.
    • time of Lemuria onwards, out of specific etheric forces in our ether
    • given the right treatment, you can see salt-crystals crystallise out
    • crystallise out of special forces in the human etheric body which
    • dissolution comes about, how the Earth-impulses enter into the
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    • I had to point out how a kind of reversal of the forces which led to a
    • what was to crystallise out later as the denser man; and it has taken
    • gradually solidified out of that original shadow-form. Today let us
    • continuously towards man out of the Earth itself. We will now examine
    • complicated has really been the formation out of the spiritual world
    • they quite rightly recognise have been brought about as the result of
    • influences reached the Earth as if driven outward from its centre
    • outwards laid hold of the human organisation. They are the same
    • thereby bring about a higher harmony. A bull would not remain a bull
    • other conditions came about. I have already said that these bull
    • these came from without, came from the periphery. During Atlantis we
    • upon all things that propagate themselves by laying eggs outside
    • developed, in the case of the birds the most outstanding feature
    • plumage is formed from without, and a feather can only come into
    • from without inwards. If one takes such paradoxes seriously one
    • But in order to do this he would have to separate out again what has
    • Moon evolutions, would have to remain invisible; but, as if out of
    • together out of the forms of bull and lion, with wings such as an
    • the truth about humanity, put before this humanity. The features
    • which stand out separately in the Sphinx are in human nature inwardly
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    • concepts, by acquiring definite sentiments and feelings about what
    • happens in the world, and about its Beings, man attains a certain
    • that the human being starts out from a feeling of wonder about things
    • men's efforts to reach enlightenment about the world spring.
    • its way out of this feeling of wonder to something which reduces it.
    • these descendants of ours are enabled through a wider outlook on the
    • come to consciousness as our thoughts about the world. But in ancient
    • ancient Greek outlook (more disposed as it was to fantasy) was such
    • Greek thoughts about their gods contained far more reality than the
    • namely that the Greeks formed pictures of their gods out of fantasy,
    • through the laws of nature is like a squeezed-out lemon! This is
    • about? It is because man in the course of his Earth evolution has had
    • be weaned from his union with the world outside him. The very strong
    • poured out into the world — to attain to consciousness of his
    • involve a feeling of being spread out, with a set of weak ideas,
    • not sufficiently advanced to feel the truth about present-day
    • out on all sides when we try to penetrate the widths of space with
    • has reached out into the far spaces of the world, and tries to
    • us men throughout millions and millions of years by innumerable
    • disintegrate if we go out into cosmic distances, so when we plunge
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    • figures stand there, making us feel that they emerge suddenly out of the
    • about the world of Space and apply it to the world of Time. Goethe once
    • starry world and all that is spread out in Space amount to if it were
    • an education proceeding from all that is created and born from out of
    • All that the Greeks not only created but experienced as the outcome of
    • corporeal, with the outer corporeality than is the case in later times.
    • experiences of the spirit are still connected with the outer, with processes
    • perceived when the senses were directed to the outer world. The Greek
    • In Pre-Grecian times the soul of man was poured out, as it were, into
    • man holds the balance between the Psychic-Spiritual and outer corporeality;
    • not beautiful in the external sense. Already here we find the outer
    • technical life of the outer world, and the goal ahead of the human soul
    • out certain regular cycles in the inner development of Raphael's soul.
    • eminent a mind as Hermann Grimm was led to, without Spiritual Science,
    • out of the depths of the soul experience although it appears in pictures
    • whole of Italy was excited at that time about a certain palace that
    • spheres.” In Perugia, however, which was the scene of his youthful
    • The one drove the other out-of-town, then after a short banishment the other
    • so terrible in the outward sense is deepened and rises again from out of
    • of being a wearied people who had passed through inner and outer tumults
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    • wisdom. Let me say from the very outset that I am not personally acquainted
    • have died out so soon. The short duration of people's interest in something
    • he also found out the right card in a card trick, and so forth. In fact,
    • animal may be set the task of finding out the square root of 16. Very
    • which I have reached. Nevertheless I must point out that what I shall
    • thought out by people. It has an extraordinarily fine structure and
    • being is lifted out of it through his power of judgment, which keeps
    • had to work out the solution, but the boy was able to answer almost
    • If we succeed in bringing about a contact through the special psychic
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    • of war. And rightly does Hermann Grimm point out that a stern judge
    • description of battles in Homer; and he was a man who without doubt
    • because Achilles fought out for himself what he personally had to fight
    • out with Agamemnon. And we continually see superhuman powers taking
    • therefore also it came about that Brunnhilde was able to seduce the
    • ought to speak only as one who can look at things from outside; only
    • the present human form, the present man, as arising out of any animal
    • and have a sufficiently unprejudiced view we find without reference
    • is a result of evolution. These soul-forces have been developed out
    • and out of these clairvoyant powers have been developed the present-day
    • background of existence, see how, out of this background of existence those
    • powers, spoke out of him. Thus we must take it seriously as if Homer
    • respect, but with such men of out present time who have still presented
    • be more clearly worked out here, but we shall understand all the sagas
    • external part of man, the outer form — when the animal forms had
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • I say it without fear — the characters in Kalevala have sprung,
    • copy or image, in his active moulding of the etheric body, from out
    • by Ilmarinen out of the super-sensible world, whereby material matter is
    • shine out as the intellectual soul, and man learnt to use his powers
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    • appearance, outside the physical, sense-perceptible world, can be
    • events, but the pictures correspond throughout with reality.
    • looks out attentively with his physical eyes and his other senses at his
    • spiritual deeds shine out and run their course. And they are in truth
    • characteristic: they are not comprehensible without further
    • — one can read in the astral light, as one goes about
    • sees nature sprouting and budding; he sees how the plants grow and
    • come to flower, how life everywhere springs up out of the soil. All
    • the earth breathes out, as it were, its elemental being. The
    • When high summer has come, then out there in the periphery of the
    • Everything that takes its course outside, in wind and weather, during
    • the year; all that lives in the sprouting of the seed-forces, the
    • soul to experience all that goes on outside in the course of the
    • outside in the course of the year. We can deepen more and more this
    • within our skin, letting the outer world pass us by. On the contrary,
    • conventional way of reacting to the outer world merely by putting on
    • umbrella when it rains. When we go out from ourselves and experience
    • heart and soul; he will discern how the sprouting and budding life of
    • time of high summer, he will go out of himself to share in the life
    • the same time his summer experience leads him out — in a cosmic
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    • the bosom of the Earth. Those who went out in the height of summer
    • everything of a spiritual nature which it had allowed to stream out
    • has a solid core, hidden below its visible outer surface, which in
    • something made up out of itself: it is water shaped by the whole
    • be verified. Here I wish to point out only that even in the earthly
    • if we single out the air (dark red) which surrounds the Earth as its
    • see as growing, sprouting life, we are looking at the salt-process.
    • themselves out of the seeds, depend for their whole growth on their
    • The salts are carried up through the plants; they stream out and
    • form; but the outcome of every combustion process is ash. And in
    • the cosmos outside the Earth, we now have in winter the ash-forming process.
    • about like a gigantic earth-flea. In studying the mountain ranges of
    • describing the skeleton as a whole; he would hack out a tiny piece
    • in the Dornach hills — he has hacked out a bit of Jura
    • water will separate out as a deposit on the bottom of the glass. (I
    • sulphur-process, and out of this process the ash has fallen down.
    • power felt in everything that grows and sprouts upwards from the
    • region the sphere is continually impelled to flatten out into a plane
    • up there the spherical is always inclined to flatten itself out. The
    • surface, spread out there in the cosmos.
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    • need only go out-of-doors here, where we
    • is simply limestone, and outwardly there really is no perceptible
    • limestone appear only when we look further out into the cosmos, as it
    • throughout with the most diverse spirituality, made up of the
    • take their way, through a kind of cosmic-spiritual breathing-out into
    • crude outward form, but in a subtle, intimate way they do occur. The
    • particular to hope for from the realm of outer nature, because they
    • outer nature these hopes are shattered, but the Ahrimanic beings long
    • sprout, they assimilate and draw in carbonic acid. Hence the carbonic
    • Finally there would arise out of the Earth — and that is
    • then out of them would arise something like an etheric form, in which
    • out of clouds (yellow). In front, these wings would concentrate into
    • Similarly, the Luciferic shape, created out of Earth-vapour and
    • illusions, of the Luciferic beings. Anyone who looks out as a seer
    • like to create out of the Earth a Luciferic sheath. Man sways between
    • Ahrimanic beings is to blot out humanity as it exists to-day.
    • year was brought about in earlier times by this Luciferic influence,
    • Christ in the form you see here — a form born out of cosmic
    • about this. Every look, every trait in the countenance, every flowing
    • see again how nothing can be rightly done out of the arbitrary
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    • sprouting. He blossoms with the flower, germinates with the plant,
    • being in the world outside. In this way he spreads out his own being
    • objective spirituality comes towards him from out of Nature's
    • spirituality in the outer world, and this is present everywhere in
    • Nature. Only in outward appearance is Nature the sprouting, budding
    • interweaving activity, coloured throughout with deep blue.
    • grown out of the blue depths of the earth's crust, and one feels
    • impression one has is of out-spreading cosmic Intelligence.
    • out-spreading Intelligence woven through with light; the living
    • significant figure who rises before our souls out of the
    • warmly out of the pervading radiant Intelligence
    • body of light out of the radiant Intelligence. And for this to
    • them into itself. And out of that gleaming radiance the figure I have
    • shining Intelligence of the summer clouds — out of your shining
    • beauty which appears spiritually out of the cosmic weaving at
    • come to the time of sprouting, springing life, we can no longer speak
    • impression that we must look around to find out what it signifies.
    • shapes are human errors which stand out against the natural order of
    • the Earth, without also seeing there something like wing-like arms,
    • Spirit-Father of everything around us. And now we behold the outcome
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    • there rings out a wonderful saying which is scarcely at all understood,
    • translation are included, as necessary, throughout this lecture
    • Michael, forces stream out through the cosmos and as formative forces
    • within the human organism takes place in the same way as in outer
    • remains just the same substance within you as it was outside. That is
    • John's tide, Uriel hovers in the heights, weaving his body out of
    • appear the shining pictures of beauty, woven out of the Sun-gold, and
    • picture the forces of Uriel streaming out in the cosmos, raying into
    • our heads. And then these forces, which at other times are outside in
    • precisely when we allow all that Raphael brings about,
    • the garment woven out of Sun-gold and shot through with the
    • back and see what I have said about
    • look into itself, but to look outwards into the world.
    • Michael's gaze is positive, active. And his sword forged out of
    • cosmic iron is held so that at the same time his hand points out to
    • forces out of the cosmos and carries them into man at midsummer.
    • almost explicit in Hippocrates and can at least be drawn out of
    • and through the power of cosmic iron, out of which his sword is
    • out of the Sun-gold radiating from Uriel, as I described yesterday.
    • which staggers one — to find that when out of a certain poetic
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    • order that I may be able to speak about this Fifth Gospel, we
    • town about the significance and the content of the Christ
    • tell us anything about the figure of Christ, that the earliest
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • ... In other words, without the Gospels, without the story of
    • the Acts of the Apostles, without the Epistles of St. Paul, we
    • Turning our attention first of all to the South of Europe in a
    • of Greece were living in the South of Europe. If we follow the
    • spreads comparatively quickly through the South of Europe. And
    • personality of real significance. But if we ask about his
    • something about Tertullian that attracts one's attention
    • let us go further. The same spectacle stands out in still
    • were simple, primitive souls who went out among the people,
    • whom they spoke. Simple men went out into regions far and wide
    • outwardly, to substantiate this. For example, until the
    • outcome of the Christian impulse. To maintain that these
    • turned from the earth out into the heavenly expanse. Such a
    • Ernst Haeckel is inconceivable without the base of Christian
    • in the form in which it is presented to-day, without
    • impulses of Darwinism have been born out of the Christ Impulse,
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    • strange phenomena. And if we want to think truly about the
    • time a man carries out all the affairs of everyday life and
    • goes about just like a normal person, so that those with whom
    • men themselves in whom the transformation had come about,
    • then, like outspreading night, the intermediate condition came
    • during an eclipse of the sun rise out of the creations of
    • before one that what one should read comes out of the
    • occult script out in the Cosmos. And when clairvoyant
    • sense too — more about the connection between that
    • truth, an experience that crystallised out of the long sleep.
    • earthquake, for example, stood out in vivid relief. These
    • body with which he had often gone about together in life. Now
    • in reality a birth: the birth of that Spirit outpoured
    • present everywhere outside and around the earth, had, with the
    • outpouring, of the Spirit. The nature and character of the
    • Gospel. He with whom they had gone about on earth had led them
    • out to the mount and had bidden them: Watch! And they had
    • whom they had gone about together. And gradually ... as
    • about with Him, but they did not recognise Him in the Form
    • them in a picture. They saw themselves going about after the
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    • reached a point where we must speak about Christ's earthly
    • the Ascension and the subsequent outpouring of the Spirit as
    • unique and without parallel — as I have so often stated.
    • remained in the body. The soul must be raised out of the body.
    • Initiation consisted precisely in this lifting of the soul out
    • of the body. And outside the body the soul underwent
    • this people must be led out beyond it. In order that the
    • pass out of his body in order to undergo the necessary
    • out of his body and, during this time of absence, actually have
    • Mysteries this could only be achieved outside the body. And
    • outcome? It was the outcome of infinite suffering —
    • conceive. If we are to think correctly about these matters,
    • that can be made about spiritual things by men of such calibre.
    • Spirit who lived through this period on the earth without any
    • without becoming involved in karma. What, then, did this entail
    • for Him? Suffering without any karmic reason, utterly
    • For just think what has been the outcome of it all in the
    • came out in 1863 — Ernest Renan's
    • This book is usually read without heed being paid to the real
    • astonished that countless people have read this book without
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    • about the contents of the Fifth Gospel, I will begin to-day
    • of Nazareth from about his twelfth year onwards. As you know,
    • doctor of the law, one who would attain outstanding eminence
    • were saying without himself speaking a word. But while this was
    • they said about the ancient traditions and the writings
    • the Bath-Kol. At a somewhat later date, controversy broke out
    • related in the Talmud). He made a carob-tree rise out of the
    • eternal laws of existence must be established through the mouth
    • where the Spirit can reveal to me the truth about the continued
    • made many journeys about the country. On these journeys he came
    • to know many regions in Palestine and places outside. Now in
    • about, even in certain parts of Europe. It was a mixture of
    • say that in its outward form the ceremonial practised in
    • it, is by no means without resemblance to the ancient Attis
    • journey about the country, he came to know these centres of
    • heathen rites. Later on too, he discovered still more about
    • Round about the age of twenty-four, a new and heavy experience
    • journey outside Palestine. But although I cannot say this with
    • round about were in a state of dire misery, afflicted with all
    • where the father had remained. The father died about this time
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    • Jesus of Nazareth from about his twelfth year to approximately
    • with his mother about many of the impressions that had
    • change had come about in him. And now he often felt: Ah! how
    • his twelfth year this Jesus child was, in the outward
    • twelfth year, it seemed as if all this had been driven out of
    • how, in about his twenty-fourth year, he had entered into the
    • had often spoken with him about all the beauty and greatness of
    • wisdom, journeyed about the land. He came among the Jewish
    • I can only single out one story in order to indicate the mood
    • story that has been preserved about him is deeply indicative as
    • everyone who came to him. Two men once laid a wager about the
    • Hillel's door and shouted rudely, without any form of
    • respect — Hillel, come out, come out quickly! Hillel
    • threw on his garments and came patiently out. The man said
    • called out gruffly: Hillel, come out, I have something to ask
    • thee! Hillel threw on his mantle, came out, and said: Now what
    • after a few minutes the man was back again and called out
    • gruffly for the third time: Hillel, come out, I have something
    • to ask thee! Hillel put on his mantle, came out, and asked as
    • saying about the worthlessness of what she held most sacred.
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    • Mitscher died this afternoon about five near Davos. With these two
    • limits of the physical body, now flows from me out into the universe.
    • human souls while still within the physical body about that condition
    • wonderfully clear feeling about the need for our spiritual movement.
    • that can bring about a still deeper connection between souls when we
    • very great deal. Today I would like to choose out one particular
    • death. Among the many things which should come about through our
    • virtue which we must consider, if we speak about morality from a
    • about it earlier in our lives. If we pass through life in such a way,
    • we are most remote from wisdom. Karma may have brought it about that
    • in youth we grew angry, and condemned this or that human action. If
    • used them well, supposing we formed harsh judgments in our youth, if
    • angry as in our youth, but our anger has left us and we have grown
    • we were materialists in our youth, but then allowed ourselves to
    • about wisdom.
    • nature. Between birth and death we are only outside our physical and
    • have the thought: I stretch out my hand, I take the vase, I draw back
    • my hand. What have I done ? I have stretched out not only the
    • arms stretch out from the head, but the physical brain remains within
    • stretches out from the brain as something that is only spiritual was
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    • about philosophical questions today, however, cannot ignore
    • transformation of our whole life brought about by the
    • speaking, what is interesting about science is something
    • of nature. We need only recall those now outmoded branches of
    • contemplating the outside world, and which represents a
    • to look at human nature more deeply and without prejudice
    • outside world make extraordinary demands on man's soul if, as
    • when, more than twenty years ago now, I worked out my
    • whilst maintaining a truly scientific outlook on life, to
    • thought of as existing outside me or inside me; images
    • unconsciously as yet, uncertainty about human freedom. It is
    • turns out that these matters of faith were sought after, as
    • of methods I shall outline later; so that in many cases those
    • from outward historical documents, and not from spiritual
    • examines impartially even the outward historical documents, and
    • that we shall understand each other about present-day ways of
    • breathing exercise. (I am singling out this one from the
    • must be something abnormal about the man who is aware of his
    • Nowadays, when we look out at the world, we attach the greatest
    • in everything about him, man perceived himself as a part of
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    • grips with life. As I have said, I want to pick out only two of
    • the outside world. And just because man sees in this life his
    • outside world and our senses, which are of course physical and
    • penetrate and analyse the bodily functions from without; yet
    • consciousness, do not know anything about the
    • it informs our muscles, and how finally there comes about what
    • manifests its outgoing function.
    • at what physical science has to say about it, some people
    • consciousness, we find that it has something passive about it,
    • reaching any significant conclusion about mental life, and that
    • science. And Richard Wahle went on to work out these ideas
    • basically incapable of saying anything about the problems of
    • discover something about what are usually called mental
    • much we learn about what can be experienced by the human body
    • appears to be discovered in this way about purely psychic
    • that through it can be learnt nothing about the soul, whose
    • soul to his contemporaries in the way I have just outlined, as
    • world, and to become a capable being. Out of the
    • and visions. For everything brought about in this way is
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    • differentiated whole, a great deal has to be discovered about
    • conclude: everything we know about it indicates that such
    • way that the thoughts we experience daily in the outside world
    • are transitory, like the sight of a real object in the outside
    • someone who speaks out of the spiritual world gives a lecture
    • anxieties that might arise in troubled minds about this modern
    • the spiritual world, seeking them out repeatedly, it will even
    • certainty into the spiritual world, without becoming
    • use ordinary thinking, trained on the objects of the outside
    • Much that refers to the outside world can then be deduced from
    • what I have to say today. Today, I shall speak rather about the
    • thought-structure by which we then apprehend the outside
    • this produces an attitude to the outside world quite
    • outlook, and nothing that claims to be the object of religious
    • outlook, yet one as exact as ever mathematics or mechanics can
    • outlook, whilst maintaining the whole spirit of science. In so
    • out. Earlier on, thought is an artistic element in
    • himself through his soul and in this way felt his outward
    • today needs to discover about these things. And I should like
    • experience a reality outside space and time. We thus experience
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    • looking at much that I have already outlined than to give a
    • we lovingly submit to it without at first noticing how much it
    • about what must remain mysteriously hidden. We may
    • outside world. Europeans may feel that such things cannot be
    • applied to the outside world, because of their vagueness, their
    • love seeks to flow out into objects. And it flows out according
    • Against it, we may set the particular outlook that has
    • microscope extensively and learnt about cell-life, and formed
    • called his science was shot through with love, it led him out
    • — by youthful science and knowledge, so to speak, as
    • about the Oriental. In growing into his spiritual life, he
    • When he looks out at the reflection of this existence, he knows
    • reflected to it from without is illusion, maya, incomplete
    • world is reality, and the outside world, that of the senses, is
    • from the outside world. He accepts) it, even if in a higher
    • lives: an experience of the outside world. We have entered into
    • activity. We live in conjunction with the data of the outside
    • outside is the physical world extending in space, the world
    • paradoxical as the outlook of today may find it, for the
    • reverse comes about: in empty consciousness, as a result of
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    • out that the only knowledge of a spiritual world allowed is one
    • some epistemological basis or other, to make a statement about
    • a spiritual origin of the world, about forces operating
    • spiritually in the world's development, and about the
    • that, if a man sets out to make specific statements about such
    • contrary, this philosophy seeks its data about the world and
    • at the laws of the universe, could also penetrate without
    • at all times not only to approach the outside of life, but also
    • to his knowledge of the outside world, and must not
    • This is just an outline that each individual can fill out for
    • to say about the limits of scientific knowledge — and we
    • shall be hearing more about them.
    • himself without limit, to the point where the deepest
    • do without? — Those who gain great inner satisfaction
    • brought up in this way ultimately turns out, on closer
    • foundations of the soul itself. Even such outstanding mystics
    • us to answer the question: What would man have to do without
    • at any moment? He would have to do without something that is
    • mysticism? What I am now going to outline in a rather
    • terms. When we observe the outside world and inwardly transform
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    • of consequence about present-day social life just by thinking out
    • is that almost everyone these days is talking about social
    • ordinarily formulated, can only express a superficial outlook,
    • stands out above all for a spiritually scientific approach.
    • slight viability. For, after all, it is not without
    • an outlook on things in accord with spirit, finds himself
    • when mankind was more naive about the life of the soul and had
    • introduction. People at present talk a very great deal about
    • understanding of social needs, to find our way out of
    • charge is without foundation. The point of this philosophy is
    • outlook such as I have been developing, we find that, like the
    • most part, about what governs society. We, mankind that is,
    • Youth develops powers other than intellectual ones. The infant
    • by the adults round about.
    • out of any reactionary instinct. What I have to say is in
    • throughout life if, at this age, he was able to look up to this
    • Only when we have passed through all these can we move, without
    • and youth. It can be understood by those who comprehend our age
    • youth.
    • brought about only by an extension of man's whole inner
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    • the whole of human relationships throughout the world are
    • spiritual transformation throughout the world, of which perhaps
    • change throughout the world, there live within them human
    • about understanding and attempts at understanding within
    • you listen to the way educated Englishmen speak about Europe,
    • about Central Europe and in particular about Germany,
    • affairs he has to manage. This comes out most clearly when we
    • throughout the world are very much greater still, and that only
    • throughout the world.
    • metabolism with certain material essences of the outside
    • this way is achieved entirely without manipulating the
    • primitive man. In the same way, it will arrive at the outlook
    • persisted whose features, if we described them without
    • that appear the same in their outward form are not the same
    • Utopia derives, after all, from the social outlook of his own
    • about society; and in it we can recognize a form into which
    • longed to achieve their outlook in his own experience. The
    • attitude. Out of this, out of a combination of the nature of
    • throughout the Middle Ages and can be detected when we study
    • Throughout the Middle Ages, the legal element also
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    • opinion cannot help striking us as something out of the
    • joyous one; throughout his life, he kept his eyes fixed on all
    • before the outbreak of the Great War, or during it. His
    • look-out for anything that can lead to revival, to
    • my lectures here, I have pointed out more than once how our
    • long way in human development. Specifically, I pointed out
    • match the social ideal that exists outside his own
    • peninsula jutting out from a great continent.
    • it over from the East. To what has been said already about this
    • throughout the world is to be illuminated.
    • experiences it as in a dream, without sense of personality.
    • on social life outside. As I say, this is not merely a
    • excitation of these and other emotions shall bring about a
    • the spectator — for here man goes outside his physical
    • takes him outside himself, and creates in him a transport of
    • feeling that takes him out of himself; that he is
    • is no longer overcome by fear when he has to go outside himself
    • What grew out of this kind of society in Asia then established
    • streamed into this civilization — South European now, but
    • been said from various standpoints about the significance of
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    • relatively easy to work out, on a would-be national basis, any
    • of party opinion, wthout finding anything really bad
    • about them; and yet, we do not expect anything very much from
    • problem more than they think about it, with my book
    • to talk about today.
    • throughout the nineteenth century. And as the social
    • hearts. To do this, we must have something to say about
    • and know how to handle them in such a way that, out of your
    • show them that this is because in fact, from about the
    • could see that, if only you will speak out of your full
    • needs. Mankind has had to become resigned about
    • production, but not to anything like the same extent about
    • like this about adult education colleges, public
    • into the outside world and evolved into our inner logical order
    • outlook on life of the masses in many ways. It has
    • out in Europe today, views which have been eradicated by modern
    • on to the outside world. These assumed the most varied forms,
    • projection of subjective experiences outwards into space and
    • the man who has developed out of the technical and mechanical
    • hankerings of this kind, it has come about — as
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    • for reflection about possible institutions, but as a direct
    • about the price mechanism, the value of labour, and so on. All
    • have mentioned. My purpose was to attempt, out of the sense of
    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • about relationships among and between men, however
    • derive from certain dogmatic teachings and feelings about life.
    • This attitude, however, leaves out of account something that
    • discovered about society from a study of the human
    • invention or discovery come about? then you have to look into
    • out of the depths of its being, to become more and more
    • if our thinking is realistic, by the way in which, out of an
    • inner pressure, out of the spiritual life of Middle Europe
    • ideas evolved, in the noblest minds, about the political
    • that they could work out rationally which are the best legal
    • their souls, anything about law, and that therefore law must be
    • was no longer possible to attain clarity about the real
    • about their resulting relations. Here, law springs
    • attitude. Anyone, then, who wishes to write theoretically about
    • the nature of law cannot spin it out of himself; he just has to
    • allow us to fashion the laws of nature out of our head; we
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    • how the will spreads out there, of this you know nothing more
    • in ordinary day-consciousness, without clairvoyance, than you know of
    • motive here touched on you will be able to find out further things for
    • such an inner enjoyment. In the perception of any object in the outer
    • world, and in pondering over any object in the outer world we follow
    • the path of his blood under the influence of the outer world, and then
    • Whereas in perceiving the outer physical world in a way fitted to our
    • in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood. When
    • him, it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • normal perception of the outer world.
    • is here the boundary between the human inner and outer-world, then what
    • of what came to him as a breath from outside ... not within. This perception
    • has now fallen from him what was outside him on the old Moon has become
    • then outside the physical and etheric body. In ordinary life, ideas
    • develops this desire when outside his physical and etheric body, but
    • through as it were from outside into the extremities of the senses of
    • are of such significance to these peoples just because, while outside
    • of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the physical and
    • during waking conditions, nor by diving down into this body from outside
    • development which have been outgrown.
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    • think about this action, then you have of course an idea of it in
    • your mind. But without clairvoyance, how the ego and astral body
    • flow into the hand — how the will spreads out there — you can
    • In the perception of any object in the outer world, and in
    • pondering over any object in the outer world, we follow
    • of his blood under the influence of the outer world, and then to
    • perceiving the outer physical world in a way fitted to our earth
    • is in truth no outer world, but a world which lives in our blood.
    • it was more something which came to him from outside like a warm
    • the normal perception of the outer world.
    • boundary between the human inner and outer world, then what is now
    • Imaginatively of what came to him as a breath from outside…
    • outside him on the old Moon has become inward, as the circulation
    • the life of sleep. Man with his ego and astral body is then outside
    • this desire when outside his physical and etheric body, but he
    • sinks through as it were from outside into the extremities of the
    • such significance to these peoples just because, while outside the
    • paths of the physical body with what otherwise lives outside the
    • into this body from outside in a state of sleep, but from love —
    • have been outgrown.
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    • outlook, and on the other to a fatalistic philosophy, although
    • Now, I should like to-day, to take a personality out of the
    • him, and his outlook! and we can then consider other
    • truth; that man can gain nothing out of it on which he can
    • now, even what we acquire as ever such advanced knowledge about
    • But one has to think differently about these things to-day, if
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • them; but numerous were those persons throughout the whole 4th
    • on the process of Birth, — of Arising, Sprouting,
    • him, though spiritualised, can be filled with Sprouting,
    • so to speak of the Old Moon, — (you can read [about] this
    • in my “Outline of Occult Science”) — in
    • throughout all the kingdoms, there ruled the laws of the Moon,
    • everything connected with all the Sprouting, Growing and
    • those things which Sprout and Grow are enchanted out of the
    • from morning till evening the Sun shines outside in the life of
    • that which shines indubitably in us as truth, without doubt
    • because from out of the weaving of natural events there arises
    • swing of the pendulum which came about with the Mysteries of
    • Birth and of Death, for only out of this Mystery of Death of
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    • requirements are satisfied, not out of his own work done, but out of work
    • are satisfied, not out of his own work done, but out of work done by
    • immediately become clear for everyone, arise out of a mere idea
    • or out of the undoubted need of a few people, but is a question
    • language of the facts will find out in the not too distant
    • is at times still playing itself out under the surface of our
    • occasion of the lockout of the electrical workers, and, in sum,
    • In all this we will have to discern the social question being lived out.
    • again. He should ever and again point out that wherever there
    • touted as a universal cure for all the evils and injuries of
    • something so comprehensive is given that without it today we
    • concerned about, and that all speculation and reforming must
    • with the Theosophical view. The doctrines of thinkers about
    • grand encompassing cosmic connections, about the
    • developing interesting notions about hidden facts, but rather,
    • has occupied himself with it knows that what I am about to say
    • also keep an eye on the life that we can bring about through
    • indignation, why doesn't the lout go to work? Now I knew
    • without manipulating logic, just so no one can develop the
    • power of practical thinking without Theosophy. Look at the
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    • — about the ideals which filled us, to some extent as an
    • cannot think of Greek architecture without feeling that its
    • outlook on life; it corresponds to the answer the Greek found
    • to his tremendous question about humanity: What powers are
    • which gives its form the appearance of growing out of the
    • the earth, out of the forces which, with inner, discreet
    • Spirit of the Earth itself. Out of the Spirit of the Earth
    • like them. We see here, without yet being able to understand it
    • And we see how there comes about, under this influence, the
    • and painting grow out of the architecture with inevitable
    • how this later period desires to live itself out in its own
    • without that permeating impulse of a world-vision. Old motifs,
    • old philosophies are hunted out; old ideas are to live
    • of the Renaissance as that brought about by Gottfried Semper
    • like an outer husk, built round those great buildings which
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
    • degree of vitality at which they can live themselves out in
    • of a new world- outlook. Whoever wishes to understand rightly
    • have made their sacrifice to bring this about — a
    • building was there. It revealed even in its outward forms the
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    • without any reference to a higher something, which must also exist
    • perceived by the outward physical senses, a shape which, as it
    • external sense, was objective, existent in the outer world, living
    • significant phrase about Goethe in his Anthropology, which is
    • to us to-day outwardly — will see that in this thought he
    • adheres to facts without stopping merely at the surface of things
    • quite remarkable about Goethe's influence on
    • sense-observations and the formal working out by the mind of what
    • the impression which he once got from this picture in his youth:
    • the secrets which lie there. Here Goethe is pointing out in Part II
    • story, for I cannot talk about it unless we recall the important
    • taking them over. The Ferryman is not enthusiastic about the golden
    • about and I must bury them.’ Wherefore he takes them
    • and on and about the earth and through its crevices. Suddenly she
    • shake out, the Snake, having acquired a taste for gold, taking up
    • and swallowing what the others throw about. The conversation
    • when he stretches out his hand and its shadow falls across the
    • out:
    • agreed about it and pronounced it explicitly in the words: the word
    • to find out is what the Snake whispered to the Old Man in the
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    • this to-day that symbolic and allegoric meanings are forced out
    • interpretations often made by Theosophists about legends or poetic
    • figures, and in pointing out their correlation — just as the
    • soul-world clear. It has been already pointed out in the previous
    • trivially: if we leave out altogether a development of humanity
    • think about such things and believe themselves to have an
    • knowledge, so that he could say about a thing, I want it or I
    • Russian psychologist Losski has pointed out the control of the will
    • million people differ in their opinions about them. If you have
    • three gifts. The Youth in the story represents man in his struggle
    • Youth man's aspiration for the highest, wanting straight away to
    • How that happens is pointed out in the course of the story.
    • On the other hand in the Youth, after he receives the three gifts
    • I said just now, that if Goethe makes the Youth represent
    • soul by growing out of himself, by becoming master of the powers of
    • to understand why Goethe makes the Youth proceed in his effort to
    • gives us mastery over ourselves without liberating us, leads us into
    • sets out to attain it unprepared, with still immature powers, they
    • are lost and his soul is shrivelled. Hence Goethe points out that the
    • Youth seeks this liberation which will make him captain of his soul.
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    • from his earliest youth, having worked energetically from the
    • recognized that Goethe had worked at it and transformed it out of a
    • Italian works of Art. Out of this personal work of one who had been
    • So out of what Goethe wrote in order that his
    • material, thought out in terms of the theatre to please everyone and I wished for nothing
    • real than anything that can be seen with the outer physical eyes or
    • heard with the outer physical ears. From such a work we can promise
    • consider the matter more from the outer side, but to-morrow we will
    • outer science looked at life. Certainly he had troubled himself
    • very little about his own profession at Leipzig, but had occupied
    • that an outer knowledge could give him, in many ways a mere jumble
    • souls, for the meaning was hidden under an outer garb which
    • merely saw what appeared outwardly in these books it was the
    • sends those forces which stream down from out of the Cosmos to the
    • out of them is but life's water. I have busied myself with much
    • Herder who pointed out many depths in the riddles of life, and
    • which is not the outcome of mockery and scorn Goethe learnt to know
    • such a man can also map out clearly life's course.
    • was mixed up in Goethe's soul in the most remarkable way and out of
    • the heights, and out of it formed their ideas, they were able to
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    • the mouth of Mephistopheles Goethe seeks to tell the public in a not
    • born in some spirit fashion, and jumps and hops about immediately
    • out of direct spirit-life. If we want to compare the presentation
    • knowledge — the outer influences on one who has dim ideas of
    • morning-red,’ carried out in one respect?
    •  Vale in, vale out, the misty streaks grow dimmer;
    • to bring out only a few moments from the whole content of Part II
    • wanted to throw light on everything. We shall say only this about
    • supernatural powers at work. Outside in the physical world one can
    • and mummery. But we are soon led out of the world which lies before
    • objects round one in sharp contours, outlined in space, and the
    • human soul makes halt at or attaches itself to these firm outlines,
    • mountains, crystals form themselves out of their mother-substances
    • But the figures of the physical world grow out of this chaotic
    • world, like the crystal shapes out of their mother-substance. At
    • with those outlines which exist in the spiritual world, and which
    • from his mouth: ‘The Mothers, the Mothers press hard on
    • into the spiritual world. Hence also the words put into the mouth
    • to maintain in it its sharp outlines. And then Mephistopheles
    • various parts of man altogether without entering more precisely
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    • How has it come about through the long course of evolution?’
    • thought about the evolution of man and of mankind. It is
    • throughout the whole of the time that we call history. True, in
    • on the whole it is supposed that throughout the historical
    • idea may arise again out of our thought into our conscious
    • Out of the whole great cosmic existence the Gods have created,
    • but everything else on the Earth, East, West, South of him,
    • borne out from my life into the Cosmos, borne out to the
    • we think we know something, but it is about as much as we know
    • the world — but to a world torn out, as it were, in airy
    • the Earth as far out as the Sun. The Sun corresponds to the
    • of expanding and stretching out into their limbs. They became
    • the Earth bears to the stars that live far out there in cosmic
    • hands, was expressed by saying: Venus works in me. Pointing out
    • his limbs the wide spaces of the Cosmos out beyond. He knew
    • that when he went away from the Earth out into cosmic space, he
    • pointed out already, we are beginning once more to find it
    • memorials on the earth. Memory was not within, but without.
    • unfolded in connection with the outer world. It is good
    • let my soul unfold an experience about certain things, only in
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    • great change came about which brought in a new kind of memory,
    • experience man had of his relation to the world about him, to
    • that which weaves throughout the Cosmos, working upon what is
    • ancient Oriental went about with these dreams. He looked on the
    • Outside in the street a fire engine is passing, to put out a
    • Everything outside in the kingdoms of Nature was transformed in
    • it artificially in himself. He had to develop it out of the
    • waking-dreaming, dreaming-waking. As long as he went about with
    • we see to-day in clear sharp outlines; as an Initiate however
    • initiates, they would immediately drive you out of the
    • without carrying in him the consciousness that it may only be
    • was round about them. They knew where the lowest heaven
    • still sometimes occur, men have an uneasy conscience about
    • Asia, spread itself out over some other region of Asia and made
    • youth-forces. Now what does it mean to-day to be young? What
    • us, the sprouting, germinating forces of life, but these life
    • consciousness. Because of my very youthfulness I cannot develop
    • Here was then a people who had too much youth, too much life
    • forces, too little in them of that which could bring about
    • had already become decadent. The younger nation went out
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    • of thought and feeling that has come about in the course of
    • Outline of Occult Science
    • and soul still to a great extent outside his physical and
    • Before, they are outside; then they are within him. They enter
    • sprang so truly and naturally out of the whole mental and
    • experiences of Gilgamesh were throughout the experiences of an
    • Hence it came about that when this personality, in accordance
    • Outline of Occult Science.
    • sought enlightenment; and it came about that these Spiritual
    • continues to act, although alone, not simply out of his own
    • will, but out of the will of both, from the flowing together of
    • bearers of this original wisdom, however, who once went about
    • in Gilgamesh an inner impulse to seek out paths in the world
    • their knowledge. Men went about the Earth in order to receive
    • the period with which we are now dealing, it had not died out.
    • city, and burst out into a storm of anger; and in consequence,
    • darkened, so that he arrived home without it.
    • period of civilisation at about the middle point of its
    • the sense of those times — about the immortality of the
    • [Rudolf Steiner spoke in detail about this place
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    • of Truth means, in short, that he tears out of him his own
    • consisted, was elastic throughout. Wherever one pressed, one
    • forces of the head rayed out over the whole of the rest of the
    • ideas about it. That is certainly so. But it is a different
    • I can only give them here in outline — he was able to
    • was generally spread out over the whole body, went into his
    • What does man really know about the world in the present-day?
    • to tell from out of these inner experiences he had received,
    • raised himself out of mere earthly life, raised himself up into
    • Word works and weaves creatively throughout the
    • Once more, I can only describe these things in bare outline.
    • when he impresses the mark of his word on the outgoing breath.
    • this breath, formed into words, streams outwards from the
    • microcosm, when he speaks on the outgoing breath, so was
    • the human Logos. The human Logos works from out of thee during
    • element we are ourselves formed and moulded out of speech,
    • whole milieu and environment that radiated out from the
    • [Composed about 1125 by the Franconian priest
    • Springtime comes, you go out into the woods. You come to
    • was still accessible to men of that time. They did not go out
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    • outstanding characteristic of all ancient Oriental Mysteries
    • hundreds of years, forming a bark on the outside, hardening to
    • their roots. But all that I see out there — the annual
    • has come about through the breathing of human beings, we can
    • feel that we ourselves have breathed out the carbonic acid, we
    • out-breathed breath, upon the carbonic acid that was in him and
    • is now outside him. But just as we are able to-day to look upon
    • the carbonic acid we have breathed out — we do not
    • received their education and training in the East at about the
    • he had folded the Earth about with a garment of plant growth,
    • were pushed out of the way and had then to go through an
    • man without the encumbrance of the animals, who have
    • Moon about every eighteen years. And so on. The priests of the
    • pictures of the Oriental Mysteries and to call them forth out
    • was wresting its way out of what we may call divine
    • out of this Divinity and learning to make use of his own
    • Ephesus was finally put out the light that had come over from
    • its Sun-rays far out to East and West. It was in very truth
    • a spiritual Ephesus, reaching out across Asia Minor eastward to
    • can look South, as we go back along the stream of evolution; we
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    • of mankind, we have first to bring about a change in our power
    • entrance, the Spirit-land. Leaving out of account the special
    • as man is united through breathing with the air outside him, so
    • the interim period, lasting from about 356
    • . to about
    • follows? Over in Europe we find the world from out of which
    • from out of the depths of consciousness. Here was no
    • in this way out of a living memory that which had been in the
    • our own time, lives his life on Earth entirely outside the
    • Materialism itself has not been without its echoes of the
    • there is one period of time that has had to be left out in
    • Mysteries of Hibernia. No report was brought by word of mouth,
    • Herostratus. He was, so to speak, the last #8224 stretched out
    • brought it about that a true understanding of Nature was
    • Therefore did Aristotle's pupil Theophrastus take out of
    • actually is, as though he had, so to speak, grown out beyond
    • the feeling that you are coming out of your body. When you read
    • they were and come into Middle and Southern Europe. Men would,
    • a roundabout path and was preserved in these scattered primitive
    • about that men no longer receive anything from Aristotle
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    • But it is of about as much value for a man to know that
    • human being and those that are found in Nature. When we set out
    • microcosm; whatever is present in the world outside him, in the
    • when we meet with something outside in Nature that cannot be
    • human organism throughout.
    • throughout the entire physical Cosmos in a state of very fine
    • about the physical body? How can we gain a true idea of it?
    • thought). Take any object on the Earth, outside the human
    • In short, when we look around in the world, we find all about
    • circumference. Imagine for a moment that you are going out and
    • out, away from the Earth into unmeasured distances. From these
    • without order or proportion; and on this very account the
    • there are forces that pour in from without, tending inward. You
    • say, conditionally. Man is able to lift them out of the domain
    • the reproductive process, it is lifted out of the physical
    • substance capable of reproduction without further assistance.
    • out the honey juice, absorbs it, assimilates it within itself,
    • wonderful processes: the bee sitting on the flower outside and
    • fetches it up out of the flower and makes with the substance of
    • came to an end about the 15th century. We must win it back. We
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    • peculiar force and earnestness when we see it shape itself out
    • what the good Gods held out to them in the Mysteries. For it is
    • times such an event was spoken of as brought about by the
    • Africa and Southern Europe, the dark cloud that is the
    • and men, must in this epoch of human freedom be played out
    • it is being so played out. In olden times, when men thought of
    • Rosicrucians were hidden from outer physical experience. Many a
    • outer physical eye of man could find them. None the less there
    • who had spared no pains to seek him out. Gazing into the gentle
    • eyes of the master out of which spoke the language of the Gods,
    • Look, my son, at your own being! You carry about with you a
    • often to all outward appearance it came by a mere chance. The
    • intimation would be given to them: You must seek out a place
    • longing arises in our hearts. From out of the spiritual
    • Cosmic Ether, and you will behold the earthly from out of the
    • Many a pupil at Ephesus did so behold the earthly from out of
    • are marked out for freedom. A year ago, on New Year's Eve, we
    • spiritual impulses that have had their outward expression in
    • renewal of our pain, but out of the very pain pledge ourselves
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    • those individuals who are outwardly the spiritual leaders in
    • that must be working in what is now to go out from Dornach must
    • grow up from about the age of six to basically the end of his
    • man to enter the spiritual world but he can only come out of it
    • and unbridled emotions without the guiding power of ideas would
    • genuine anthroposophical activity. It will be worked out now,
    • or that town, for if people first see Eurythmy without hearing
    • anything about Anthroposophy, Eurythmy will please them. Then,
    • will in the future be without fanaticism, will be advocated
    • voice which says: Remain outside the spiritual world, for you
    • when we now again go out into the world.
    • Let this ring out from the Heights
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • The Spirits hear it in East and West and North and South:
    • so, my dear friends, carry out into the world your warm hearts
    • Anthroposophical Society, carry out into the world these warm
    • We will set about this with all possible strength. And if we
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    • occasion to connect today's thoughts about the
    • forms without and within, and so forth. But this building
    • of what I have cited as the opinions of the world about it.
    • we can only be astonished that it is possible for ideas about
    • primitive, outermost human settlements. This brings it about
    • concepts about the spiritual world similar to those they have
    • about the natural world; but this causes in many of them,
    • People today long for real knowledge-concepts about the
    • pictures that appear out of the dark depths of sleep. If you
    • kind of outer forces, the human life took its course exactly as
    • it does now, that we went about in the cities and did our work,
    • his variously decked-out dream-world as his reality» Only
    • world of our environment, about the real value and significance
    • about the dream, one must first wake up.
    • into the events of the outer sense-world; man lives now in the
    • no judgment whatever about the reality, except the feeling of
    • the outer sense-reality give to him, certainly at some time the
    • the variability of the outer sense-world?
    • compares what he sees in the outer sense-world with what he
    • sensing and his willing, rising out of the depths of his
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    • own inner experience to grasp the real true certainty about the
    • Although throughout the whole of man's working
    • is the essential — that throughout the waking condition man
    • Arch-Angels, who bring this about, stand further away from us than
    • about by the various Beings of the 3rd Hierarchy, the Archai, the
    • about with him. But man does not feel that today? he feels as
    • about in man the deception that the head which he carries is
    • if the physical body brought about our personality. Anyone who
    • thinks that his physical body brings about his personality is
    • but he considered the phenomena of nature as brought about by this
    • consciousness about his ego and astral body, he would regard the
    • third Hierarchy, as I have pointed out, — in other words,
    • nature outside him as presented to his sense-organs is a strong
    • non-existent; but out of that nothingness the possibility will be
    • You need merely study Egyptian history, even without clairvoyance
    • prevailed throughout the middle ages. The Roman consciousness
    • structures of social order than those worked from outside. The man
    • sense without falling into an anachronism, and to-day to honour the
    • special, would bring about the modern Ahrimanic delusion.
    • full in the face, without prejudice. Now there are very curious
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    • growth: He forms ideas about what in a sense goes outside
    • to him to describe what thus goes outside reality, when he
    • sprouting, never leads to consciousness. Consciousness can
    • united with his growth, with all the sprouting and budding
    • more do these budding and sprouting processes meet our eye.
    • sufficient power to oppose the sprouting and budding, and can
    • for reality wherever we see a process of sprouting, budding,
    • the soul force when it wakes to consciousness wears out and
    • of sprouting and budding go forward. Hence it is not correct
    • in summertime, when the earth is budding and sprouting. No!
    • and sprouting processes, we have the sleeping life of the
    • previously pointed out that it is due to spiritual initiation
    • enthusing in a general way about man being a microcosm of the
    • diagrammatically the sprouting, budding life of our nervous
    • sprouting, budding life, for example, of the nervous system,
    • the human life of soul is in truth outside this sprouting,
    • outside this figure; in waking life, however, we must picture
    • sprouting, let us say, fiery life. Thus were the soul-life to
    • with are budding, sprouting processes of growth which are as
    • and sprouting plant gradually withers and decays; thus the
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    • outlook of spiritual science. I should like to start from
    • lead man into the spiritual world. We must be clear about
    • pointed out that this unity is founded within the whole
    • cosmos. He would explain heaven, earth, and hell out of this
    • is raised out of the head. So that this (c.f. diagram) is to
    • lifted out, and is at the same time, joined to the forces of
    • etheric body, must be drawn out. This withdrawal is of course
    • is brought about more through meditation which is related to
    • less will humanity be able to live, without their soul-life
    • raised out of the rest of his being. Here in the lower part
    • of the diagram I indicate the outward thrusting tendency.
    • it informs him essentially about what man is, of what goes on
    • beyond shadowy-clairvoyant experiences. Such a passing out
    • process carried out is this, that we first move out of our
    • outside our head, these inner forces of life grow stronger,
    • yourselves that forces must be drawn together from out the
    • head-clairvoyance confronts the whole cosmos. And, spread out
    • sensation of being outside the body; and when he has been
    • again and again, that when it is given out, spiritual
    • merely to do with the physical-chemical process, carried out
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    • man being continually able to strike out in two directions
    • being obliged, perhaps in the next life, to strike out again
    • in the opposite direction, and thus being about the
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • what we know about the nature of man leads us to a particular
    • comes into relationship with them. All this is brought about
    • say, although this may perhaps not be evident without further
    • about that interest is produced as the result of
    • about an expansion of our perceptions, so that we shall gain
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • fourth age of post-humanity which came about the the fourth
    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • the transformation came about as the result of an inner moral
    • a quality of human nature without being guided by wisdom and
    • there are who will not receive anything that is given out of
    • self-surrender. It is not without reason that it has often
    • out of love, in all cases where we use love, we add to the
    • spread abroad throughout the whole world. When you are
    • when it comes about that the Brahmin not only loves and
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • endeavor to point out the element in Goethe's life that
    • without effect. Are not his works known? Has not an edition of
    • creations, about which he liked to talk, hung on all the walls
    • though decked out
    • say this without sentimentality — and acquire certain mystical
    • its very fingertips should be related with the outer world.
    • From his earliest youth, everything pointed to a definite
    • living out of his own nature, free of everything that binds a
    • awaken a longing in him whenever he had heard about them.
    • Goethe, however, who possessed without doubt a certain sense
    • without taking the time to announce him in the proper manner.
    • So Goethe came upon the great man without his wig, standing
    • youthful way to elaborate a systematic world conception that
    • the world, and he spoke with enthusiasm about his new ideas;
    • throughout his life toward Spinoza
    • out to them that Goethe was unquestionably just as good a
    • degree, taken on individual forms. How this came about is not
    • and grew up. The life about him was not narrowly organized and
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • certain things in his youth. We then derive what he did later
    • youthful impressions according to the principle that, because
    • at a rather youthful period while Goethe was still a boy and
    • traced to these youthful impressions. To be sure, in his case
    • youth. Is not an especially prominent trait in Goethe's life
    • of modern humanity without the discovery of America? Think of
    • from this. There comes about in Goethe's complex nature a
    • youth.
    • without that changes the direction of his life; that is, his
    • that a third impulse, which comes as if from without — but
    • and youth finds in him a spiritual force of life, brought with him
    • through birth, that could not have been present throughout his life if
    • understand a man who creates out of the elemental forces of the
    • disposed, come about through the fact that the etheric body is,
    • worked in him and brought about a complication. The result was
    • lays himself open even to historic events without forcing them,
    • things, as I might call it, without taking hold of them
    • has formed forcefully out of his own nature; Karl Moor is an
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • significant out of their inner nature, as he did especially
    • keep unprejudiced reflections out of touch with them. This
    • ego and astral body are outside. This is adequate for a primary
    • outside the physical and etheric bodies in sleep only in being
    • outside the head. Because the ego and astral body in sleep are
    • outside the physical and etheric head, they bring about a more
    • from without upon the human being, that everything in him that
    • day but during the night, it not only is outside of us but
    • nerves are arranged to serve our perception of the outer world
    • outer world. This is their sole distinction. As you know, our
    • our ego and ganglionic system, which extends throughout the
    • people will come to know what I am here pointing out on the
    • about that so little is known of that vivid state of waking
    • delicate. As I have pointed out in previous lectures, the rest
    • Then an entirely different relationship comes about during the
    • isolated pedestal. But such an effect can never come about
    • without being followed by another. It is important to bear in
    • brings about another. If one expresses what I characterized
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • earth. They will be so modified that man must, out of his own
    • mission in the evolution of earth could be carried out almost
    • outside the earth. I have told you that at certain times — we
    • out specified mystery rituals. As a result, certain
    • ponders the outer universe, just as we men, while in the waking
    • Humanity has now outgrown such things and is exposed to chaos
    • about as described and was disappearing during the fourth
    • cosmic complex as it may at first appear. I pointed out that,
    • I pointed out that those processes that would correspond to
    • easily be recognized when we take a common sense look out into
    • sort of outlook is opened to us by this fact? Fundamentally, it
    • his outer work. Anyone who observes the historic development of
    • people routinely cling to, will soon prove to be empty phrases;
    • inner qualities. However, if we would question people about
    • development. There outside of men is the organism, the
    • choice of vocation are those who can least afford to talk about
    • vocational activity in the modern world — write about these
    • who usually talk most stupidly about what must come about. This
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • them work into vocational karma from without and render it
    • interpretation by pointing out that this age of ours which has
    • previously held, simply roams about the world without having
    • draw out of it what it has passed through in joy, sorrow,
    • spite of being outwardly happy, this lady suffers from an
    • her suppressed anxiety about the incident earlier in her life.
    • vacillation in life. Neither he nor those about him know why,
    • about sixteen was wrecked. He then had to turn to a different
    • from literature in order to bring out clearly what I wish to
    • father has questioned his son about all sorts of things, the
    • who thought it out had much knowledge of life. The father said,
    • our life — this belongs to another field — but throughout our
    • it about that we place ourselves again in a certain particular
  • Title: Karma of Vocation: Lecture VI
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    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • involved problems, we must frequently take roundabout paths in
    • obstinate when we undertake to work out concepts in accord with
    • worked out and is, as it were, obtained from the sum total of
    • greatness. So it seems really out of order for someone to write
    • — that such a thing is written as I have just told you about
    • this cruelty outwardly, they are cruel in their concepts and
    • without taking into consideration that what appears in the form
    • everything that can be grasped without preconceptions by an
    • able to point out that our culture really has two origins: the
    • mere outward exposure much that it would be important for
    • without necessarily realizing his financial gains from the
    • everything without preconceptions, who by reason of his gifts
    • in order — well, I suppose to sound her out, as the expression
    • not disapprove either. This came about in the following way. I
    • that early the following morning — about five o'clock, I think
    • and, if there is, it must be pointed out quite clearly that the
    • course of events that is outwardly almost the same as I have
    • subtleties in order to bring about a defendant's undoing, and
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    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • is related directly to the practical and general outward life
    • role heredity plays in human life, and teachers who talk about
    • incarnations. People talk about heredity, but a correct opinion
    • without discussing many related things here, I wish to point
    • out from the spiritual scientific view what really lies at the
    • time of birth, a longer period of time stretches out before us
    • outline. All that takes place then between death and a new
    • especially many things that are related to what he works out in
    • birth from a higher consciousness. Let us be clear about this
    • Naturally, we are here looking out over wide perspectives, but
    • know that thoughts are realities — about the relationship one
    • growing within us. In earlier ages men could face life without
    • remember what I told you about Jaurés
    • bringing about the very conditions they severely criticized.
    • toward bringing about the very things they criticize while
    • what has come about earlier in China as the goal toward which
    • leads to a levelling down. Constant flattening out of life, as
    • that outward physical realities are the only goal to be striven
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    • He shows how destiny works into our routine vocational activity and how
    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • truth as it meets us in life with the one-sided thinking about
    • get into the habit of forming opinions about this or that, not
    • merely about everyday matters but also about the most important
    • tell you about in a slightly disguised way. As was the custom
    • university things got a little hot for him. This came about
    • difficulty in proving it would be impossible to carry out this
    • without thanking him. He became fairly prosperous but not
    • to a friend about his correspondence with the Grand Duke:
    • to write me in such friendly fashion about circumstances of
    • throughout the best part of my life, I have labored even to
    • family out of my official duties as a teacher and from private
    • retain a remuneration from it without rendering service to its
    • release me from this obligation without ending my income; in
    • Grace, as if I were seeking for support without a corresponding
    • and since your Grace wanted to know from me something about my
    • medicine without much satisfaction, then turned to philosophy,
    • and he wrote of this in letters to many contemporaries. About
    • have frequently pointed this out.
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    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • Christian foundation, but without understanding it correctly,
    • without understanding, that his own foundation is that of
    • then to find his way directly to the Godhead without the
    • consider it especially sublime to stand thus, without
    • Protestantism, the God about whom there is so much talk among
    • come about by virtue of our correct or incorrect conception. As
    • the soul brings about a suppression of the ego, a beclouding of
    • gradually comes about that the individual reveres not the
    • a direct connection with his god only out of himself. When you
    • period of time. When we are talking about an individual's
    • informed about certain things that he was obligated not to
    • see, there is a good deal of talk today about the mysteries,
    • Especially where there is much talk about these things without
    • people talk superficially about these things without knowing
    • rebuke, but the matter is too serious to be left without some
    • to you and asks for information about something seemingly of
    • making speeches here and there about these things and that what
    • about that, since in ancient times the force lay in this
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    • this activity releases forces that will bring about future worlds. Through
    • with Him. I have spoken frequently about this objection, and we
    • turns out to be a thoroughly egoistic objection that can be
    • An Outline of Occult Science,
    • what I am about to say as something strange. You will see that
    • nature, from without. He had to come into touch with human
    • An Outline of Occult Science.
    • the coming of the Christ has brought it about that we recognize
    • come about after the time in which the Mystery of Golgotha
    • enough not to be led out into the universe. Since all things
    • and pointed out that in the period of materialism of the nineteenth
    • being to his lower nature. Rather than tearing the souls out of
    • see, as long as men lived without the fully developed ego
    • have come about has been removed from it through the entrance
    • throughout the earth. It is thus that Christ becomes the One
    • not Christ performed miracles and, for example, drove out
    • over whether or not Christ drove out demons. It is more
    • cast the demons out now where we can. We still have little
    • power to cast out demons in the higher sense as antiquity knew
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  • Title: Mysteries of the Sun: Lecture I
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    • he must do so out of wider cosmic connections. The pettiness of
    • this age lies in man refusing, out of these wider
    • connections, to enlighten himself about the impulses, the
    • Before the Mystery of Golgotha it went without saying that
    • thinks — that there outside in universal space a mere
    • vanishing of seeing the spiritual outside in the Cosmos, and
    • allowing it to become known. Throughout the further course of
    • outlines, the hard form of the corpse. The concepts that are
    • developed to grasp, for example, the truth about man, as I
    • not have sharp outlines. For reality is not rigid, it is
    • always believe their brethren concerning a matter outside
    • suppose some learned man — and we can always pick one out
    • present time, are talking utter nonsense about their own
    • intelligently about the Egyptians and their relations to
    • other peoples? When Balfour speaks today about the relation
    • Stewart Chamberlain is continually uttering rubbish about the
    • connections between men, one can gather without much
    • Bolshevism: About a religion and its development there spoke
    • Socialists, Priests of the Greek Church, and it goes without
    • with modern colour, but throughout had recourse to the most
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    • being. For it is out of the understanding bound up with
    • be drawn out longwise. With the head part, with what is here
    • white, spiritual, is outside the head when you are asleep.
    • separated most easily from the physical head, going out and
    • the spiritual is not so pronouncedly outside; for this breast
    • only this goes outside. From a certain standpoint
    • the skeleton; the breathing process through nose and mouth
    • place. They go around outside, they come into relation with
    • physiognomy when at rest, reveals in the firm outlines of the
    • hands, legs and feet are extraordinarily instructive about
    • particularly instructive about what he will carry out, where
    • not without their influence. Much of man's secret
    • inclinations are not without their influence. Much of man's
    • Solomon about the certainty with which man sets his foot on
    • our head means to have a headache. Men only know about their
    • ordinarily takes notice only of the outer world, that only
    • dreaming. And while you are conscious of the outer world in
    • deal about this dream consciousness of the head. For this
    • Out of the
    • third man, out of the subconsciousness of the extremities
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    • are many such questions, and today I should like, out of all
    • century. Men had concepts that came down out of ancient
    • out there by the physical senses as a shining sphere in
    • that our outlook on life is actually permeated by it, that in
    • spread out perceptibly before us, we have to see a kind of
    • of the modern world outlook that it does not know this
    • knowledge today, the world outlook today is ignorant of what
    • is less than emptiness, this world outlook is more or less
    • makes man conscious when without the resistance of the brain
    • soul-life, however, continues, just outside the holes. There
    • stretches out like a feeler that creeps into the holes of the
    • set to the faculty of memory. You would go outside there and
    • there you would have the outer boundary, the boundary of
    • without, his soul-life stretches into him thus... so I will
    • asleep this moves more or less out of the body, as it was
    • of soul and spirit who in this way actually stretches out
    • soul and spirit who may be said to be built out
    • physical life — if I leave out the differentiations and
    • 8) reach out into our holes; after death these feelers are
    • itself becomes hollowed out and the life of the spirit coming
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • he withdrew from the outer work in this area. His ideas have been worked
    • occurrences has played itself out, another set of occurrences
    • pointed out in my "Roots of the Social Question", that it is
    • speculation brought about by a small number of definite
    • — This crisis, therefore, was really brought about by
    • which the theorists produce and the agitators carry out
    • out, how many out of a number of persons, who are now 20
    • enough, in order to get very constant figures: Out of so and
    • different; and not to state anything about Man's free will,
    • laws whatever in a position to state anything about the free
    • condition of things such as had come about towards the year
    • is the dog ‘Trusty,’ and you hold out a piece of
    • come about, that such a thing is possible? It has come about
    • goods-market. This emancipation dates from about the
    • came about through money having become what I might call an
    • together with one's specific article of output. By
    • association, between the man and the things he puts out, is
    • I merely wish to point out, that Spirital Science, from the first,
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    • his ideas about reforming the basis of society in three fundamental,
    • it soon became impossible to bring about a 'threefold social order' and
    • he withdrew from the outer work in this area. His ideas have been worked
    • point out once more, that, in face of the general situation
    • throughout the world to-day, it can really not be a question
    • I pointed out
    • price-adjustment. I have often pointed out, that
    • simply dried up in this way. I am just picking out one
    • of our conversation it came out, that, simply from his own
    • at headquarters; they must know all about it! — And so,
    • impossible. The point about what you find in the Roots of the
    • — that is to say if one really thinks about actual
    • technician, they go hawking about the old, old party
    • earnest about what we may term the
    • already brought out 49 numbers: — 49 numbers. Take
    • necessary for mankind to know about the Threefold question.
    • to us, asking for information about some point or other. They
    • are always asking for information about this point or that.
    • give out No. 1 again just as before, and then all the
    • outside; — they can't expect us always to be finding
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • to make a thorough study of the one without the other.
    • problems through faith, about which I intend to make neither
    • penetrating and profound knowledge about the two problems.
    • of the human soul, and which arise out of the deepest needs of
    • out with the greatest hopes of achieving something, but soon
    • makes pronouncements about its findings, and then reaches its
    • findings appear set out before the eye of the spirit.
    • the unconscious ego. He speaks about all sorts of things that
    • looking at the title of a book about mollusks? I close my eyes
    • — the scientist continues — in order to find out
    • way more recently, the moment I see the book about mollusks,
    • the book I knew nothing about a barrel organ playing, it simply
    • out of bodily necessities, just as much as good ones do —
    • being simply the outcome of his physical functions, it has
    • always been pointed out how something plays into the soul life
    • really impossible to find out anything in this way. For we get
    • of the characteristic things about the science of spirit is
    • It has, if I may indicate this right at the outset, to be able
    • detailed information about these matters can be found, I have
    • What is characteristic about this is that such activity should
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    • about history is the enthusiasm it stimulates.”
    • that it is not the knowledge we acquire about the course of
    • to form judgments about what is going on around us. In such
    • embracing judgment about their country. It is most interesting
    • his comprehensive judgment about the history of the German
    • nation. The other is Wilson, who at about the same time gave a
    • about the American nation. It is interesting to compare these
    • wonderful statement of Rabindranath Tagore about the
    • German historian, came to about his own German nation. He has
    • pursued by Ranke and others, for he sets out to study the inner
    • can go back to a period which came to an end in about the third
    • German nation at that time arose out of a kind of activity of
    • as arising out of all the impulses that were at work when power
    • based on land and obedience evolved out of the old estates and
    • the will which arose out of the deepest recesses of the soul,
    • investigate how Lamprecht applies the ideas outlined in his
    • misunderstood I would point out that I am anything but an
    • leads me to say what I have to say about him.
    • of Wilson speaking in his lectures about the American people.
    • south. For he derives the nature of the American and his
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    • man is to be found outside the world of the senses. I would
    • thinking about thinking. Goethe always sought to be aware of
    • outset, for he very soon sees that what the senses can teach
    • it were, outside itself and become this new power in the soul.
    • actually achieved when this comes about. You can find a more
    • the super-sensible worlds. It comes about by strengthening the
    • when we stop all outward perception in meditation, when we
    • intentionally blot out the operation of our senses and bring to
    • not exist without it, that the thinking is given something it
    • so that something finally remains? This comes about by
    • ordinary lives. In carrying out the same task every day we
    • What I have described here about ordinary life, where it
    • shall speak further about this later — that in constantly
    • does not come about in ordinary life and science, that he
    • of such exercises as have been described brings about a quite
    • are without memory as we know it in normal life.
    • Grillparzer had conceived the whole outline of his Golden
    • Fleece. He had thought out the plan, the individual events
    • come about? Well, it shows us that the inner activity, which
    • of the nature of memory but comes about in another way. This is
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    • world can come about in this way. Anthroposophy has to see
    • can observe the life of the human soul without prejudice knows
    • unconsciously, without being observed with the necessary
    • outer impression has been received by all kinds of feelings and
    • Anthroposophy sees clearly, in what ways knowledge about
    • starting point for genuine research. Having learned about the
    • today about all sorts of abnormal powers of the human soul, or
    • developed out of the depths of our human constitution. And now
    • than they possess in ordinary life. For knowledge about the
    • eternal cannot be achieved by outer measures, but only through
    • introductory lecture it must be sufficient to point out
    • ourselves in a way from outside, that this developing thought
    • occupies the soul from outside or from within, and by one's own
    • Therefore it is good to seek out the ideas upon which attention
    • thought itself, without being dependent upon the impressions of
    • certain pathological conditions. What comes about in visions
    • Something comes about in this way which is different in
    • carried out in the way I have described. If a man really
    • within the soul. With or without our own decision, a few memory
    • sleepy and dull. To achieve an empty consciousness without
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  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture V: Mystery of the Human Being
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    • necessary to have to speak about a mystery when dealing with
    • human soul life, than he would have to speak about the presence
    • this cannot be done without injury to the body. Similarly, any
    • necessary to have to speak about a human mystery in
    • outer conditions of life change from epoch to epoch, how new
    • needs, new questions arise about the way we live. This also
    • conditions, in this age there are also questions about the
    • mystery of man out of the needs of modern times.
    • even to provide an outline of the science of spirit. Only a few
    • further points can be added to what I have been saying about
    • as we shall see later — but it arises out of the life of
    • the modern scientific outlook, out of a scientific approach to
    • outlook can penetrate the mysteries of the world as is done in
    • outlook which results from it, to arrive at a view of the
    • the scientific outlook began to believe (around the middle of
    • formulation of particular ideas about the world of the smallest
    • differently about such matters today, nevertheless what I have
    • to say about the atom and the molecule holds good for the whole
    • brought about by this constitution. It was thought that if it
    • that is possible to know about the smallest particles that can
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    • itself “artistic” and would consequently be out
    • the Art of Movement in Space carried out by individuals and
    • developed his teaching of Metamorphosis out of his universal
    • world-conception. The following rather abstract remarks about
    • primitive plant. What Goethe worked out with regard to
    • other organs of speech — into movements carried out by
    • care must be taken that they shall bring out the artistic
    • that Gymnastics are carried out according to corporeal laws,
    • child is allowed to carry out the movements of Eurhythmy, all
    • guided into a course that is a right one. Out of the four
    • without hesitation that Eurhythmy develops in children
    • brought about either by ourselves or by others, Eurhythmy
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    • Outline of Occult Science.
    • try to find out the connection between, let us say, what
    • truths, which can indeed produce many other things out of
    • permeated Spiritually, then without any doubt at all the
    • permeation of the East does come about, it will not take
    • men's consciousness. With that wisdom, created out of the
    • stars, the moral truths were permeated which resound from out
    • If, without
    • lies completely outside his being. He can grasp as an
    • simply to external human utility, from out of his own
    • So it has come about that this way of thinking, which is
    • Schiller's youth when any talk of Goethe left a bitter taste
    • in his mouth. Then they became acquainted; and they learnt
    • home that, in the works of art which he sees proceeding out
    • outlines, so as one can follow these things down to the
    • shown you in general outline; but I will rest content with
    • utilitarian standpoint would pour out over the West,
    • keep pace with what comes out in this way — but almost
    • Spiritual truths among humanity, without also spreading a
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    • again, that which appears to us as being outside the Earth,
    • says: that man descends out of the starry worlds to physical
    • re-birth, is subject to the possibility of being drawn out of
    • related to the Cosmic powers outside the Earth. Here on Earth
    • We look out
    • out of the Spiritual world to enter properly on to the Earth.
    • certain delusion of youth. In this way the Luciferic powers
    • themselves with the Earth, and this brings it about that the
    • being from outside; and just because they are inwardly
    • soul, (which Lucifer desires to bring about), but will follow
    • the left, without being drawn too strongly towards either;
    • task today, can only be recognised out of the depths of the
    • increasingly strives to come about from the efforts made in
    • the West, from these strivings which develop out of our
    • the chaotic life of recent times without any sense of
    • guidance, be continued into the future, then, without a
    • outflow of Spiritual beings, then I can perceive what lives
    • only about what I can see sensibly, I Luciferise
    • side and the super-earth, what is outside the Earth on the
    • one side and the super-earth, what is outside the Earth, on
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    • The Rise of World Consciousness out of Earth Consciousness, or
    • that I shall not have anything particularly out of the common
    • knowledge. And it has been pointed out. how completely,
    • feeling not for theorising about the spirit but they should
    • shall just speak about it in that sense without giving names.
    • employees of the Daimler works. And now he talks about this
    • over the page he launches into a perfect sermon about it
    • facts of the case He has no dis8rimination about the way in
    • not just putting down something thought out theoretically but
    • out of the directly living spirit it is a matter of course
    • out of the living spirit will not give an academic lecture.
    • out, the lecturer°s own opinions being thrown in the
    • speaks, not to the brains of his audience but out of his own
    • that anyone wanting to work in the spirit has to work out of
    • have laughed me out of court; nothing would have come of it
    • out — I have to say: It is not important whether or not
    • when what spiritual science has to say about social
    • of materialism, And what is so often. said now about this
    • fought out of the spirit. A very idealistic academic
    • possible for these things to arise out of a quite
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    • The Rise of World Consciousness out of Earth Consciousness, or
    • want to speak to you about the cultural life of our present
    • time; and especially about the basis of the work we are doing
    • about by means of those new methods of obtaining spiritual
    • men must not have a feeling merely for theories about the
    • how to put things to them because I speak from out of the
    • living Spirit! Anyone who does his work from out of the
    • lectures people have “thought thinge out,” and
    • stands within the Living Spirit, speaks out from hie
    • to be active in the Spirit must work outwards from
    • those men wculd certainly have laughed me out of the hall.
    • question of outward similerity in the words and sentences is
    • present day have still very very much to learn about these
    • materialism, but from out of the Spirit, no — there is
    • about present materialism, for if we do not realise how we
    • ourselves out of it!
    • statements about the animal kingdom; suppose be wished to
    • him root and branch without once really examining what he
    • into the social order can any true reconstruction come about.
    • Church cut out the Spirit from the Creed. Since that lime it
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    • The Rise of World Consciousness out of Earth Consciousness, or
    • like to speak about today will be best explained if I start
    • sense). You will realise without difficulty that in the
    • about the consciousness of humanity in the forward evolution
    • Earth consciousness as a development out of a territorial
    • consciousness, a panorama of what was outside and beyond the
    • conceived of that which is outside and beyond the Earth in
    • picture includes all that there is to be said about that
    • outside the territorial region comprised with in his
    • have been invented about all kinds of gravitational forces
    • astrophysics have to tell us today about the
    • super-terrestrial universe, is cold, barren and without any
    • aphoristical outline.
    • perceptions of the soul,and in my book An Outline of
    • in that way,is given out. In that Look I gave as mush as is
    • who is travelling in a railway train. He looks out through
    • increased every time he gets out of the train at some town
    • his journey, and something concrete emerges out of the
    • moving. But what I mean here is not that. I want to point out
    • when he gets out of a train and into it again, and so in a
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    • will be saved to man for all eternity without any action
    • looks out into his environment, he sees nothing but the
    • being out of the picture? In other words, we think of all
    • hypothetically, a world without the human being, is something
    • outstanding personalities have felt the truth of these
    • unfortunate German Philosopher, is an outstanding example of
    • outside the bounds of the human skin. What will
    • his outer environment.
    • Past outwardly manifest before them. They will only admit the
    • by religious tradition as out-and out heresy. If any attempt
    • understanding of matter. What does science really know about
    • heart is the outward expression of this; the movement reveals
    • me to the speaker's desk and left a great many still outside
    • outer by the dissection of dead bodies. But dissection of the
    • outer world. I mention this in order to bring home to you
    • necessary for him to think about the Divine, that
    • have the Waldorf School. The Waldorf School was founded out
    • inform themselves about the essentials of education there
    • as an outsider. As I have often said, the education at the
    • of the human being. What is there to be said about this
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    • certainly out of a profound understanding of the world in
    • general but above all out of a deep feeling for art, that
    • her worthiest exponent — art.” Without sacrificing
    • with red walls, I take something for granted about the red
    • he is about to tell me all kinds of interesting things. If he
    • red room had something insincere about it and I shall go away
    • not pert we shall feel disappointed. It goes without saying
    • special sphere seems to me that of art. Art fashions out of
    • of art we are about to describe are in a certain sense
    • need. For whatever we may think about a great many of the
    • about impressionism, expressionism, and so on — the
    • nothing to do with art — whatever we may think about all
    • life, out of certain regions of the soul far down in the
    • all the talk about things such as impressionism and
    • the morbid vision. This work of art then, this outer form of
    • become vision. We offer the soul, as it were from outside,
    • only if we are able out of our legitimate striving for the
    • sprouting life that delights the healthy souls in nature,
    • figure that this figure in its outer realisation in life, is
    • without something lower being overcome by what is higher. The
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    • creating out of artistic imagination or phantasy will
    • subsequent thought about what has thus been
    • seership differs fundamentally from the activity out of which
    • spiritual intellectuality develops out of the feeling and
    • conscious of his existence outside the body, in the spiritual
    • were living in waves of tone and sound. The soul is outpoured
    • something unique about the art of poetry. The poet expresses
    • For example, character in a drama, into whose mouth the poet
    • puts only a few words — this character shapes itself out
    • beholds. He sees what is genuine, what has been formed out of
    • produced by human caprice simply out of a desire to write
    • inner condition of creative seership, the seer carries out a
    • perception. From without inwards, he comes to the point where
    • the seer creates from within outwards.
    • Theory of Colours about the material-moral effects
    • which lies quite outside ordinary life. This is not correct.
    • represent something that is outside life, but that is an
    • has given rise to such fantastic speculation about the way in
    • than ordinary reddening — which becomes outstreaming
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    • In East, West, North, South hear this:
    • In East, West, North, South hear this:
    • reports: “She [Marie Steiner] spoke recently about her memory
    • equal to that with which they are sent out, and it is therefore
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • may ask themselves: Whatever more is there to be said about the being
    • get along without actually knowing very much about the complexities
    • of the being of man. They can manage now without this knowledge but
    • our time these members are held together without our intervention. Nowadays,
    • easy-going minds can still speak with irritation about the complicated
    • incarnation? At the outset it is difficult to conceive of the body being
    • question we must think about what has been said in many lectures on
    • to know something about the external world. There are philosophical
    • psychologists who are constantly bringing forward theories about the
    • I will try to find out the constituents that are required for man's
    • to find out something about the real nature of wheat by investigating
    • the growth of a new wheat-plant out of the grain. The fact that a grain
    • the world outside is a deviation from the real task of wisdom. It is
    • for the purpose of grasping the phenomena of the outer world, we divert
    • inner clairvoyance. Man did not then expend his forces upon the outer
    • very great deal of knowledge is absorbed from the world outside and
    • outstanding example of the ‘golden mean’ in this respect.
    • that when the majority of people travel about the world today, they
    • who only want to get their knowledge from the outside world, would be
    • that the powers we apply in order to build up a science of the outer
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    • man being continually able to strike out in two directions
    • being obliged, perhaps in the next life, to strike out again
    • in the opposite direction, and thus being about the
    • in the world — to show that all evil brings about a
    • what we know about the nature of man leads us to a particular
    • comes into relationship with them. All this is brought about
    • say, although this may perhaps not be evident without further
    • about that interest is produced as the result of
    • about an expansion of our perceptions, so that we shall gain
    • complete intermingling of humanity which came about in the
    • fourth age of post-humanity which came about the the fourth
    • first to learn the truths about the cosmos and about human
    • gradually come about in our life of thought. The speed of
    • the transformation came about as the result of an inner moral
    • a quality of human nature without being guided by wisdom and
    • there are who will not receive anything that is given out of
    • self-surrender. It is not without reason that it has often
    • out of love, in all cases where we use love, we add to the
    • when it comes about that the Brahmin not only loves and
    • external world-process, and is crushed by the outer world.
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    • I should like to speak to you about a certain aspect of the Mystery
    • about this Mystery on many occasions in our more intimate
    • Anthroposophical gatherings, yet all that can be said about it
    • about these beings of the higher hierarchies. Our intercourse
    • were poured out into the human mind of that time and they
    • all these teachings there was nothing about birth and death.
    • transformation of its existence without experiencing such a
    • about the approach of death. Perhaps we might say that he did
    • to raise questions about birth and death with the same vigor as
    • paler and paler, and he felt himself more and more lifted out
    • outside the physical body as a mere human shadow-life and
    • been poured out into primeval wisdom. But within the whole of
    • these teachings nothing would have been found about birth and
    • mysteries; and outside in earthly life human beings would have
    • about it. What was the reason?
    • should consider this matter without bias and you should put
    • satisfactory and no inward information about death. If at the
    • to learn anything about the significance of death and birth in
    • to acquire this knowledge in an outward manner. However, it is
    • mere outward knowledge. Today we do not know at all how
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    • regard, and here also we shall speak again about more complicated
    • without gaining anything from this embodiment for
    • himself, so to speak, without experiencing anything here
    • to flounder about in speculation, we shall at once give a
    • community? In the case of Shem it was brought about through his
    • when the human being is born into this world he fashions about
    • is such a thing brought about in the course of human evolution?
    • about Zarathustra, Moses, and Hermes.]
    • explained out of itself, if we consider physical facts alone.
    • have told you about Shem is fundamentally typical and
    • pointed out and described where those personalities had sat who
    • outwardly simple man of Saxony. His astral body and his ego
    • very delicate discrimination and exact outlining of concepts,
    • about the real development of Christianity. In other respects
    • only slight discussion about it, but it was accepted in a
    • precious thing coming out of the physical earth is grain,
    • disputes began about the Lord's Supper. Just consider how among
    • without the Christian natural science of the Middle Ages. It is
    • concerning whom it could not easily be pointed out that he
    • Christianity, and applied the thoughts to the outer
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    • there will also be interruptions here and there throughout the lecture.
    • yearnings of the human soul, then there emerges out of today's
    • beliefs, within the same things said about these things as are
    • sleep, in which we are outside of the ordinary circumstances of
    • general do we come to speak of the dreams that arise out of the
    • any other insight about the dream than that which the dream
    • this even once we would never awaken throughout our entire
    • morning until evening our outer life thus proceeds as it
    • taken seriously, if we do not pass lightly out of habit over
    • not allow ourselves to think that, if we can wake up out of the
    • dream into everyday reality, we can also awaken out of everyday
    • dreaming in life occurs out of ordinary wakefulness, so this
    • awakens out of this ordinary everyday life to a higher state
    • and, from this, everyday life likewise appears as though out of dreams.
    • the world, for I had first developed it within myself out of
    • human being has evolved out of the dull, dreamy soul-state of
    • merely engage in philosophical speculations about it. That is
    • wants to dream further about the dream in order to give himself
    • an insight about the dream. He does not want to wake up a
    • preferably, we should say out of the depths of the human being
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  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • audience who attended lectures last winter will hear about
    • great philosophy or world outlook has arisen out of the
    • or a person's inner being must evolve out of necessity.
    • conflict between the world outlook of spiritual science and
    • tolerance in regard to religious views has come about in
    • bound to ask (a) questions about a person's fate and
    • questions about illness and pain; and (c) about what happens
    • Without inner security of knowledge, a person is lost when
    • comes to questions about the meaning of life or mankind's
    • is about, but what satisfies one today may not do so
    • an ideal to provide concrete knowledge about life's deepest
    • acquainted with the methods whereby it is carried out. It
    • world outlook based on spiritual insight.
    • opinion is powerless. What must come about is proper
    • can come about only through cooperation. The age one lives in
    • insight that without a foundation of spiritual life, no
    • ever endured without a religious foundation. Let someone
    • no one should be given bread without receiving also a world
    • outlook that to give bread without giving also spiritual
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    • You will be aware that so much has been written about Goethe's
    • go into what every commentator has said about this particular
    • things said about Goethe's Faust. Minor states:
    • point out that as blood invigorates and sustains human life,
    • quite correct, but what about the remark that the devil is an
    • change must come about in our modern understanding and
    • about blood is important, because in earlier times an
    • about us, perceptible to our senses and accessible to our
    • reading was published recently about the mimicry of thought.
    • and psychologist. He sets out to show that a person's thought
    • far-reaching questions of existence, not just concern about
    • directly into itself substances from the outer world, and
    • deposit them as nourishment along the shortest route within
    • outer world. And indeed our entire being constantly takes
    • points out that blood is the last to develop in an organism.
    • of words to those who as yet know nothing about spiritual
    • science, and are therefore unfamiliar with this outlook on
    • ether body is not something speculative or thought out, but
    • in lifting it out of lifelessness, weaves it into the fabric
    • exist. This is just about as clever as a blind person saying
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    • encounters at the outset, like an enigmatic figure standing
    • understand the birth of tragedy out of the Spirit of ancient
    • bleakest outlook caused by suffering, one filled with hope
    • sin. The modern materialistic outlook finds it difficult to
    • ages, one recognizes that this view is not without
    • exist, that unspeakable pain can come about in a life without
    • he has the capacity to go out of himself, to widen his soul
    • is expressed outwardly of what lives in another soul, perhaps
    • simile when we say that the artist as tragic poet goes out of
    • what about the caricaturist? He cannot enter into the other
    • through his work far more about his feeling of superiority,
    • about the nature of his subject.
    • science recognizes that the whole physical world about us
    • not something merely thought out; it is a reality and can be
    • being will develop out of itself what is termed: Spirit Self
    • spirit in eternal circulation. Out of spirit that fills the
    • cannot today go into detail about the nature of life, we can
    • comes about because there are plants that close their leaves
    • life; the latter seemingly arises out of lifeless matter of
    • certain processes without which matter would decay.
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    • outside. By then our present planet will have fulfilled its
    • previous planet. Peculiar legendary creatures wandered about,
    • Without
    • higher; but without evil we would have no feeling of self, no
    • have become reality without Lucifer, but not freedom. In
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • years ago, its aim was not to satisfy curiosity about the
    • crystallized out of the ether body much as ice crystallizes
    • out of water. We must therefore regard everything that
    • evolved out of the ether body. Human being's have this member
    • about this description of the ether body, just as it is not
    • with others; they can reach a person's ear from outside, but
    • building blocks or perfect dolls. A doll made out of an old
    • table napkin on which eyes, nose and mouth are indicated is
    • about religious faith, but that he receives descriptions of
    • he forms out of the lifeless. Our materialistic age
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    • sentence will be acquainted with his pessimistic outlook:
    • world views what it has to say about the cause of illness and
    • in the physical world outside, and further that the ether
    • firm structure so that he can walk about on the earth. It is,
    • speak, mainly from the physiological viewpoint, about the
    • were, pushed aside; the senses are freed; the outer world
    • time about the seventh year, for the ether body is born and
    • human ether body. At about the seventh year they are pushed
    • growth concentrated in bringing about sexual maturity. This
    • fruits, the outcome of earlier lives. These fruits are
    • out its work. After puberty, every human being has available
    • wear out, as of necessity it must in proportion to the
    • the ether body. But they are drawn out by the astral body now
    • individual life created out of the “I.”
    • closely, you will realize, even without spiritual sight, that
    • what exists in the outer world actually builds up the
    • light, cannot exist without light; conversely, only where
    • spread throughout the whole of nature. This indicates how
    • must necessarily incorporate what is outside in nature. All
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    • corresponding to the life of today's Indian and South Sea
    • lawgiver and prophet who led the Israelites out of Egypt.
    • child's respect and reverence must be without reservation, so
    • create a life of its own, not draw it from outside. What the
    • can be conducted without a religious foundation; without
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • something about so-called spiritual or mental illness. The
    • Throughout future times an essence, like a memory-picture,
    • an organism without life. Second, we have everything
    • outside. However, this is something that holds true also for
    • conscious of what comes to us from outside, not of what goes
    • outwardly just as it does when the eye is impaired. It
    • projected and appear as forms approaching from outside.
    • contains our mental pictures of the outside world. As long as
    • their true form, but if they become projected outwards due to
    • bring about the accord with the physical environment becomes
    • about suddenly, but is gradually prepared from the age of
    • spirit, and are capable of driving out the distorted images
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    • person might as well know nothing about spiritual science if
    • all that person can do is talk glibly about reincarnation and
    • about scientific laws is a scientist; someone who immediately
    • without it resembling any particular plant. Such an image is
    • outside. All animals whose blood can be mixed without ill
    • acting from outside has become individualized in humans.
    • harmony is brought about with universal spiritual currents.
    • This brings about healing because unhealthy conditions always
    • throughout nature. Strictly speaking, it is only a human
    • them youthful and strong.
    • is surrounded by people full of compassion, but without
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture X: Stages in Man's Development in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • the saying means: We know for certain that without eyes we
    • not first created them. Out of an originally lower organism
    • without sight, knowing only darkness, the light enticed forth
    • what he has retained throughout the time between death and
    • “I” are lifted out. Just as an architect is
    • extract remains united with a person throughout his further
    • gradually adjusts to being without a physical environment. We
    • brought out. A person can bring such talents because his
    • gathers again about the person. He must receive it back in
    • teeth are the outwardly visible sign that the bones and
    • because of what they themselves are, can bring out the
    • have opinions about this or that belief or confession, but it
    • brought out during his school days. Ideals are not simply
    • there; they originate in forces that are astir within youth
    • real forces. The more we are able to bring out a person's
    • as forces is deadened. It is a sin against youth if the
    • About the
    • until about the age of thirty-five. From now on the astral
    • about the thirty-fifth year. It is also the reason why a
    • and expectations of youth; he is instead capable of judgment,
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    • not easy to arrive at anything conclusive about what the name
    • written about Rosicrucianism is true, one could only come to
    • certain subjects. But what they have to say about it, for
    • about whom much is rumored, but history has little to say.
    • information about Rosicrucianism stems from two writings that
    • controversy about books, that is, whether Valentin Andreae,
    • Valentin Andreae (1586–1654) theologian, wrote about
    • by many others proffering all kinds of information about
    • Someone without
    • Rosicrucianism has been passed an by word of mouth to members
    • today about certain elementary aspects of Rosicrucianism that
    • out as those applied in chemistry, physics or any other
    • embarked upon by anyone without any danger whatever. A
    • humanity's whole outlook. It will for long centuries to come
    • recognized by outsiders. Never to let it be known that one is
    • existed for centuries. What it is possible to say about it
    • Rosicrucian schooling. Something ought to be said about this
    • namely, that it should not be embarked upon without
    • knowledgeable guidance. What is to be said about this subject
    • common with the nonsense written about it.
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    • that to speak about an artist from a particular
    • Wagner spoke about. That would make a discussion on any issue
    • expressing what he discovered, or what he felt about plants
    • what the external world is unable to say about itself is
    • sense that what I have to say about the phenomenon that is
    • be made that Wagner did not speak about things that will be
    • about Richard Wagner.
    • artists who attempt to create out of fantasy that lacks
    • same Truth about mankind's origin and evolution as that
    • out to become world-substance that they then shaped and
    • soul, and, as it were, looks out through human eyes observing
    • its goal, would shout for joy, and admire the pinnacle of its
    • had an intuitive presentiment about the future; he felt that
    • of selflessness that brings about harmony among people.
    • hidden influences that act from person to person without a
    • even when nothing is outwardly expressed. What a person
    • thinks and feels is not without significance or value for the
    • reality. The legend, which is part of an epic, teils us about
    • are to progress. Without striving, he unites himself with
    • unable to convey what came to expression outwardly. Dramatic
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    • aware that someone who, out of a heartfelt need of his
    • must ask ourselves how it came about that no one for
    • about which they were not informed by the leading few who did
    • pointed out by today's critics?
    • investigation does not bear this out. Looking back we come to
    • in particular spoke with the deepest reverence about the
    • from the spirit that lives, and always did live all about us.
    • that is all about him. However, for that to come about
    • spoke about it as a great heresy in 1859. This view influenced
    • What a person sees was actually always about him, but he sees
    • ice swims in water out of which it has condensed, so does
    • matter swim in a sea of spirit out of which it has condensed.
    • themselves: The initiate's outlook, his understanding of the
    • would, is the outlook and understanding all human beings will
    • possible do so out of ignorance. They have as yet not
    • without guidance; that would be like wishing to become a
    • mathematician without consulting any authority. Someone needs
    • it is nonsense to talk about blind faith and dependence in
    • Throughout the
    • handed down by word of mouth, of the rules of initiation.
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    • However, as this emerged from the catacombs into the outer world, the
    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • with the hardest opposition from the outer world. A great pain can
    • Rudolf Steiner spoke about such future
    • itself; he clarified that it was outside the program.
    • those who already know about it. But allow me to say a few words
    • occultism about which we have often spoken in our circle.
    • has thought about this difference. Therefore the spiritual powers
    • designate by the name which he had for the outer world during two
    • said about the intentions behind the thing itself. Therefore a
    • curator will be named for the outer cultivation of the endowment. And
    • interpreted from out of the endowment; there are no namings, only
    • he is a member is brought about by his being recognized as a member.
    • spirit of what is to happen if he goes out into the world and says:
    • stream, a living becoming, and everything that is said about it will
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • Those who are already somewhat familiar with what this is all about
    • inaugurated by Rudolf Steiner a demand for a precise statement about
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    • thinking out of the life of logic to vision. In vision, however, thought
    • through which the Divine-Spiritual lived in art. And out of the beautiful
    • the truth of knowledge in the beauty of art. This drove him to the south.
    • art. Art can be made alive through knowledge born out of religion.
    • the Spirit at work in his ideology, then will understanding come about
    • through the feeling; it streamed out into the will. The thought was not yet
    • out of their vision in the super-sensible world. Those who were led felt
    • rights, and not be torn out of this entity in the handling of economic
    • capacities and needs. The unfolding of the industrial element demands out
    • again out of the associative economic life. It restores the vanished
    • of his truths out of the external reflection by means of thought, and
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    • but also when we are asleep. During our sleep, we live outside
    • development without any clear thoughts. At that time
    • and we look back without really thinking about it into
    • us by our own effort this art of forming thoughts about the
    • thoughts about surrounding objects. Yet it would be wrong to
    • are indicated here, then the Ego and the soul which are outside
    • the human being would have to be drawn outside it only in the
    • the Ego and the soul are outside the physical and the etheric
    • without speaking metaphorically, that in the most remote epochs
    • men felt in one another, and they brought about the obedience
    • as they are now. When a modern historian writes about ancient
    • outer world; this receptivity developed as time went on. Man
    • their purity, without mingling them with sense experiences. At
    • express this by saying that out of the former purely spiritual
    • thoughts. Nevertheless he cannot form them out of the blue, and
    • on the one hand we see how the belief in ghosts arose out of an
    • what takes place below, so that the muscle may carry out these
    • such development, enabling him to recognise out of his own
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    • greatest event on earth must be drawn out of the depths of
    • filled out these bodies. And from that time onwards we speak
    • beings who poured out the souls from above were those who had
    • spirits. One of these Fire-Spirits was called upon to pour out
    • the whole Earth was able to pour out over the whole of mankind,
    • outside and was not strong enough to enter man. This Buddhi was
    • a part of the great Fire Spirit who had poured out his drops on
    • Zarathustra, by Pythagoras, who all lived about 600 years
    • about by the drops poured out by the different Moon-Spirits,
    • the unity among men was brought about by the Spirit poured out
    • poured out by Him will all be absorbed, so that when one man
    • be called into life in man, this power went out from the life
    • about upon his body. That is why he told his disciples after
    • beginning there existed a Divine Word that poured out its drops
    • things were made by him and without him was not anything made
    • loving heart. It will send out streams of spiritual love. The
    • had developed out of the old order of the Essenes. Among their
    • This is brought about by the power of egoism.
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    • About this time of year we always pass over from one period
    • evergreen foliage throughout the winter. The sun unfolds its
    • the whole mineral earth and observe the plants which sprout and
    • blossom out of the earth.
    • Ego and the astral body are, as it were, outside the head, they
    • sleeps, because it sprouts and grows; it sleeps, while it
    • whole plant-consciousness are distinct and separate: throughout
    • the consciousness of the earth looks out into the heavenly
    • The earth is a being that thinks about the stars and the events
    • cosmos outside; these are the things which live in the
    • throughout the year it embraces a far smaller sphere pertaining
    • cannot develop thoughts about these processes. They can think
    • throughout the year, unite when one year passes over into the
    • of the plants at New Year. Even as the plant looks out into
    • for the origin of this wisdom in the cosmic New Year about 6000
    • add about 4000 years to the time which has passed since the
    • feeling, born out of a deeper comprehension of our
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    • comes about from seeing the surrounding. Yet it is not so. We do have,
    • absolutely clear about this: what first comes into consideration in
    • organism of man (blue) fills out the eye, which is the optic nerve of
    • the impression from outside, which had at first really been in the ego
    • water, meets the astral body with all that which outer impressions are
    • Then, it is throughout only
    • the plastic forming force, which goes out from the head. If something
    • the outer impression (diagram). One can say in this direction (arrows
    • organism from without towards the inner that should become a statue,
    • present no rigid form can come about. Since, at present, it cannot become
    • the next night. There it goes out with the astral body and the ego.
    • about the threefoldness of man, and keep at first the rhythmic organization
    • which brings about the dissolving factor. What expresses itself in the
    • beat of the thrusts, which derive from outer influence that indeed while
    • it, so that the act of striking from outside will be sufficiently fastened.
    • flows out from the kidney; these are the imaginations, which swim on
    • to the outside through the relatively solid influx; but at the same
    • subjective phenomena will come about, that people with sick kidneys
    • from the outside wanting to become a form, this works four times faster
    • than what comes from the outside towards the inner. This shows itself
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    • how everything which can be comprehended about man can serve as a basis
    • about our present time. The day before yesterday, as you know, I spoke
    • about man himself in his constitution. I would like to do this today
    • takes into himself from the outer environment undergoes a very powerful
    • as it is outside in nature, maybe just made ready in some way. Besides
    • by the salivary glands of the mouth. We then bring the food farther
    • in regard to what they are in our surrounding outside. The foodstuffs
    • never could become through outer proceedings what they become inside
    • change over into something entirely different from what they were outside.
    • outer surrounding, from the animal kingdom. But by eating it man drives
    • out right away just through the first stage of digestion (varverdauung)
    • plant — have as life in themselves, has to be driven out. Only
    • the real mineral particles we take up as outer material substances.
    • Where we add to our meals salt, which is already of an outer mineral
    • substance, if we add sugar, which through outer preparations —
    • though originally it might come out of the organic has been driven so
    • organs — essentially all has been driven out what they are externally
    • must first be achieved on the way from the mouth to the bowels, that
    • from the mouth reach the intestines, the last traces of the outside
    • who have a mouth — and a digestive apparatus only up to the heart,
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    • in about the 5th pre-Christian millennium — spoke about such Dark
    • or 8th millennium) was different from the later Dark Age, out of which
    • did not speak of illness, but said right out: Death exists and He
    • a person had become ill in the sense we understand, but one spoke about
    • as combating, as driving out death in this way. Illness was only a special
    • to speak,through his destiny, he had decided about the place on earth
    • freeing him inwardly from the outer dependence on this earthly spot.
    • cosmos to the outer heavenly cosmos. Heaven is that which had been man's
    • ill — in the same way one formed an opinion about his state of health
    • illnesses ,which are throughout related to a lack of light. Of course
    • connected throughout with lack of light. One can relate with certainty
    • light that we absorb through our skin, throughout our whole human being.
    • today, as well as the cultural historian know absolutely nothing about
    • about flowers, with all that, we have, basically, what I might call
    • in face of all that was living outside. The man of old felt himself
    • thought about as remembrances of the old light age. Phlegm was essentially
    • one thinks: if man eats this or that substance, which one finds out
    • can be evened out in a completely natural way and something where one
    • one takes something out of the mineral kingdom. It does not matter if
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    • days to speak about important but rather difficult aspects of
    • to reach any conclusion about these in this lecture; we
    • speak about, I would say “necessity in world events and
    • about inevitably or, as we often say, is
    • happen in the way they would be bound to happen without our
    • without this latter assumption we cannot maintain our world
    • questions to be outside the realm of human knowledge, to be
    • look outside of what we call spiritual science. Only the
    • discover something about what is at the bottom of this
    • yet, as every other number would have to be crossed out on the
    • There is no question about it, as soon as we deal with
    • The pastor picked this verse out of a poem by Matthias Claudius
    • go out into the open and, although the moon is always a round
    • people lost the feeling that throughout the world order there
    • Thrandorff spoke out against the clergyman in a very
    • future I hope I can speak about this extinct part of human
    • spiritual life, about an aspect of theosophy that completely
    • to that time people had still spoken about these things, even
    • it. Then someone would be found who said he could sort it out
    • was inspired by the spiritual world. But it came about that the
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    • say about this.
    • no physicist would hesitate to speak about them, so
    • explained that a simple folk tale grew out of the feeling that
    • is Death, the balancer (we shall say more about this
    • model for their world outlook. This has gradually led to
    • It might be pointed out that Goethe himself refers to the fact
    • Namely, every time the clock was about to strike, Death began
    • something unusual. Whenever the clock was about to strike, the
    • skeleton, Death, opened its mouth and people saw inside it a
    • But just as it was about to do so, the mouth closed, and it was
    • about this opening and shutting of the mouth, showing what a
    • thoughts a person might have about it, or rather the
    • an outlook and say that there are people who trigger off a
    • carried out so that a similar series of good deeds can
    • astray. An attempt to think out how to set about doing deeds
    • other people. The clock-maker brought all these about through
    • greatest inclination to ask about everything, “What was
    • as we started to speculate when we tried to think out whether
    • is the only way to come to any certainty about cause and
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    • the holidays I, too, have thought a lot about what
    • especially about whether I made any particular mistakes, or
    • I have just observed what I believe had to happen out of a
    • schedule, and worked out the subjects you will give your pupils
    • month. And it went on like this throughout the year. Then came
    • third teacher's class had come out the worst.
    • would happen in the coming year if he groped about as blindly
    • successor was expressing about the school he knew so well. How
    • “Yes, but look, I have actually asked my teachers about
    • certain that I will be talking about such and such a subject at
    • The outcome could not possibly have been any different at the
    • out only poor students from the school for the simple reason
    • failed. There was absolutely nothing that could be done about a
    • how matters had turned out with the two teachers who had always
    • outstanding. Among the pupils taught by the third
    • Throughout the holidays, the first two teachers kept focusing
    • first two teachers were somewhat superstitious about the past
    • decisions according to outer observation. They did not
    • approach. He clung to the past, and out of personal egotism
    • about it when we would like to have been better than we
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    • made those Romans feel compelled to carry out their campaigns
    • had taken up Christianity with youthful energy.
    • Out
    • of the way this encounter came about between a culturally
    • through world events and spreading out over immense regions.
    • we do not get far by brooding and speculating about how things
    • they really ought to happen are not our speculations about
    • world, impulses about the particular effects of which we don't
    • serious objection is this: What about the whole domain that
    • our acting out of necessity. We would be bound to be
    • consciousness is cut out. You would not be capable of
    • Consciousness of everything a person does out of
    • not turned out as we intended only if we can look at it
    • something does not work out and we feel uncomfortable later on
    • because it has not worked out, it is absolutely true that our
    • out, we cannot see the further development of our soul in as
    • cut out the stealing if you had given him what he wanted, or if
    • thought, the feeling, that it would perhaps have turned out
    • a person broods about how differently he should have acted, the
    • perceiving their own eyes and not what is outside. If one
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    • outside.
    • it from outside. If someone were to call out the word
    • I. The I as such is never named from outside. Yet
    • it is obvious that we know something about it. We name it from
    • What does the fact that we know something about the I
    • about the I? Philosophers often say, “Human beings
    • dreams about his I, it sometimes even strikes him as
    • engenders is what brings about our consciousness of our
    • I. And throughout our waking day we are not really in
    • because we can picture it with our observation outside in
    • in the same way as they still saw elemental life in the outside
    • without a model is due to their having totally lost the faculty
    • I into the astral body, created the curve out of this
    • beings have come to the point where they see the outer world
    • body and throughout the whole organism. Things have only been
    • the outer aspect of the physical plane and from man's inner
    • a time when the outer world will be far more bleak and empty.
    • such a way that he believes the colors to be the outcome of a
    • talk about there being nothing outside us but vibrations, and
    • that it is these that, for example, bring about red in us. What
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    • are setting about their return into incarnation in an earthly
    • put it so, awaken in those about to descend to earth
    • call up the inclination on earth to wipe out this old
    • such words as what and how as now. Today when you talk about
    • left out. Sometimes the compositor even corrects one! When in
    • out of a certain standpoint” then the compositor
    • generally cross out the “out”, and one has to
    • terms one has to say “to see something from out of a
    • conception about this relation between the sensible and the
    • which apparently few have carried out; the method always is
    • something welling up, spurting out of a crevice, a vent hole,
    • method as carried out here in the anthroposophical
    • from the outside developing through the course of his life
    • their pockets and then want to talk without any feeling. For,
    • man of today speaks. To leave out the concrete from one's
    • aloud the word illumine without having any of the actual
    • conscious that a hand outstretched is an actual
    • without ground, real actual ground, under their feet, with
    • concrete outlooks on life are concerned, in particular not
    • without a mighty uproar being made in the spiritual world,
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    • speak a great deal about the social problem that is
    • question from out of a Spiritual Scientific standpoint. For
    • By degrees a certain comprehension must ray out from those
    • acquainted with certain fundamental facts without knowledge
    • morsel now and again, for fear that otherwise their mouths
    • of people on earth, really out of knowledge of human nature,
    • out of knowledge of the relation between physical and the
    • throughout the world. Consider how manifold are the varied
    • discussing here with those matters set out in the book
    • towards abstraction; from out of that there must be developed
    • not always be pondering about abstract thoughts, but it is
    • genius should be especially cultivated, out of which should
    • rights-state is, as I recently pointed out, such a one as is
    • will open out for an imaginative feeling and perception.
    • Imagination then brings about — what has to do with
    • beings walking about on the physical earth, but with men
    • What is actually characteristic in the matter stands out
    • really lies like an outer layer on the surface of speech. A
    • future. Without them the further progress of mankind in a
    • comes to his speech from outside. In the inward experience of
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    • when the facts of Spiritual Science are given out to say: “How
    • judgement comes about merely because one refuses to go into the sources
    • personalities outside the pale of Spiritual Science. Here too lies mere
    • concepts and ideas. They do not want to set out on an investigation
    • of the times better than people outside the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • pulsing throughout mankind.
    • At the outset of our
    • for any misunderstanding. It is an article which, it is true, is out of
    • present and future. The writer has a certain world-outlook. He considers
    • of this article has a wider outlook than that of the village pump, he
    • invaded the civilised lands of olden times from outside, are the rapidly
    • be very dangerous were it to come about too rapidly. And this danger
    • The article is now out of
    • For us here, however, the first part of what I read out must be of special
    • or materialism is devil's work and must be rooted out lock, stock and
    • less for the near future. For if you take any world outlook materialist
    • doctrine would have been impossible without the preceding Christianity
    • through the centuries by the various churches. This has not arisen outside
    • into question, a quite definite outlook developed; and it may be said
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    • and with the rest of mankind. Yesterday we pointed out how much must
    • I pointed out yesterday
    • made today by philosophers and theologians outside the Church, through
    • an understanding about these things. The different currents of world-conception
    • and the social currents of the present day both require this. Without
    • the chaos that is about to break upon us, unfortunately far too little
    • to make you familiar with the kind of judgment about some particular
    • spoken about this point. You know how I have said that the only wad
    • is indeed the view that in everything spread out in Nature, spread out
    • Pantheism that is forever talking of how behind the outspread world
    • spiritual beings and does not speak in the pantheistic general may about
    • has no wish to separate outer nature from the divine spiritual but would
    • knows that for himself he has no need to reflect about things but has
    • such a man can make about the path of Spiritual Science. I an simply
    • representative of the Roman Catholic Church about the path of Spiritual
    • The gifts that ae out of the ordinary, the charisms are bestowed
    • by God in a way that is out of the ordinary upon men who are out of
    • of grace upon outstanding men and may not be striven after, accouding
    • of the Holy Spirit. He may not bring about ax qualitative change in
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    • outer manifestation of his own essential being and enters into actual
    • relationship with merely the outer manifestation of his fellowmen. Life
    • sense rather out of the ordinary where the evolution of men is concerned.
    • throughout the old Indian end old Persian development, and so on, ever
    • today, according to the outlook of Spiritual Science, how man when he
    • perceives or is outwardly active in his willing is really surrounded
    • man. And in the visible human kingdom there is played out what comes
    • a great deal about man's attitude to his environment, though insufficient
    • birth and death than he can develop outwardly, can bring to manifestation
    • out of himself.
    • reality, you see that when looking at, observing the outer world as
    • the power to go around, to move about at will like the animals—now
    • out of the unconscious. If the will were not to work up and we were
    • to have no trace of it in us, could we have andy ideas about it. The
    • before us, which about describes the world of scientific concepts; this
    • feet and were you able to move freely without the earth—then you
    • it drops out. That we have a subject and feel ourselves bound up with
    • But all this goes on in ordinary life without being able to enter consciousness.
    • kingdom, in the plant kingdom I really see only the outer side, and
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    • recognition of the spirit is concerned, and lack of interest about the
    • arises above all about this is why so many people today avoid making
    • can be learnt about this question by hearing what the things and beings
    • to speak of a great deal about the spiritual world that was different
    • from what has to be given out today. But naturally in those olden days
    • now. Thus, for example, it was always given out in a way that today
    • is the last thing to bother about if one wants to understand the spiritual
    • This preference for actually penetrating into the spiritual world without
    • we must find out the reason why there should arise this sensation of
    • bed whereas with the Ego and the astral body we fly out, if I can put
    • our body when asleep, we are poured out into the surrounding cosmos.
    • In sleep, with our ego and astral body we are outside the physical body—no,
    • outside in space and in time. We do not indeed do this, but were we
    • about what is often said—that people throw away the experience
    • wilfully burnt your finger just to find out what it was like. Added
    • perhaps have remarked that people cry out when they burn their fingers.
    • Now, my dear friends, why do many people cry out on burning their fingers?
    • They cry out for the simple reason that by thus crying out the soul
    • experience may be drowned. People cry out and make a noise at any kind
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture 5: Paganism, Hebraism, and the Greek Spirit, Hellenism
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    • to start out from a material study of world events. It is only when
    • out to you that knowledge at the present time, when sincere, cannot
    • notes which, in addition to the Gospels, we have about the Mystery of
    • about Socrates or Alexander the Great, about Julius Caesar, the Emperor
    • It goes without saying that in relation to its inner law this belongs
    • out to you something that, when looked at purely from the point of view
    • in the whole Roman Empire. Throughout the centuries this event worked
    • Mystery of Golgotha arose out of Judaism and within the midst of the
    • paganism, more or less hidden—all paganism starts out with the
    • man arises out of the becoming and the weaving of the phenomena of nature,
    • ancient times by the way which man out of his own bodily nature becomes
    • the essential being of all paganism—today I can only give an outline
    • divine spiritual impulse, this divine spiritual impulse remains without
    • man. But when man then turns his gaze to the Jahve God who brings about
    • by being so polarically opposed to the outlook on nature prominent in
    • only share in bringing about man; he has to ascribe a substantial share
    • to their essential being in the world-outlook. And the whole process
    • outer form both had in man's view reached the highest point and there
    • these two streams flowing—the one to the highest outer development
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    • is to speak in the terms of outer space.
    • day she was deep in many great ideas about our world-outlook—those
    • help from a region that was not of the earth, a region outside the earth,
    • had not something entered the earth from outside— namely, the
    • could only be given in those olden days out of a certain constitution
    • we are in today. By bringing about certain functions, certain inner
    • by Mystery pupils was that after initiation they knew about the spiritual
    • world as a man through his eyes and ears knows about the physical world
    • outwardly as a man going about He was the man Jesus—had gone through
    • course of human evolution the fact once came about that at a certain
    • oneself a shake, and simply think oneself out above the sound human
    • should not forget that whoever turns his gaze without prejudice to these
    • Eastern Europe, all this has been rayed out from the centre of Europe;
    • all these cultures have been radiated out. Naturally it would be dreadfully
    • is anything but what has been radiated throughout Italy from mid-Europe,
    • outer form. It would be shocking prejudice to think that English civilisation
    • is intrinsically different from what has streamed out from mid-Europe,
    • Europe is, has been rayed out from central Europe. And in this centre
    • streaming out of these cultures, what has remained as the womb out of
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    • throughout Austria and Germany in the years 1908–1909.
    • throughout Austria and Germany in the years 1908–1909. Nine of the
    • about a theme which sets certain presuppositions to the
    • experienced in an open lecture like this. When we speak about
    • they had, for the first time, heard something about the
    • worse could be said about them. However, with the passing time
    • presentiment, a premonition out of the correctness, from deep
    • sense organs perceive the Higher Worlds will be brought out in
    • we want to reveal single observations about these Higher Worlds
    • we need to immediately make a note when we speak about these
    • outer form has remained constant. Similarly with the animal,
    • Just think about yourself, how you may observe your soul in the
    • your outer expression changes each time as a result of what
    • don't cling to outer objects but flash with a definite form,
    • perceived with outer but with inner spiritual organs of the
    • itself out into that which is perceived, creeping in, so that
    • and which are integrated in the outer limited body, stream and
    • one being. In the astral world it is throughout applicable that
    • quite outstanding members belong to a single being. Confusing
    • the outer boundary existing in a constant surging movement, so
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    • throughout Austria, Germany and Switzerland in the years 1916–1919.
    • throughout Austria, Germany and Switzerland in the years 1916–1919.
    • This ever fresh insight may bring about the belief that we can
    • that out of such a flood of power something higher must appear,
    • wish to speak now about the personal relationship of Goethe to
    • mentioned about himself, regarding his life, his striving, his
    • manner and way, his attitude to knowledge and questions about
    • riddles need truthful answers out of Goethe's work, from
    • observation of his life, about that which lived in his soul,
    • Goethe can utter about it prosaically.
    • as possible. Precisely out of Faust himself the insight is
    • following: within this lives Goethe's attitude against outer
    • knowledge, constructed from an accumulation of ideas about the
    • yes, you have brought about this or that in your thoughts, you
    • without comment, explanations or considerations, one steps into
    • worthy existence. This is the route to self knowledge. In this
    • must be pointed out that in both, specific human dangers are
    • and of desire into this outer knowledge. We often believe we
    • outer knowledge.
    • When we, however, try to throw out all we have as knowledge,
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    • scientific striving which is pointed out in Anthroposophy,
    • an incorrect channel. This is correct throughout. We always
    • astral and I-bearer and the latter two are outside the body. We
    • and for this reason we must speak about these dangers. We
    • again and again, step by step, move out of this fixed
    • such and such a date in Vienna, but rather about fifty years
    • imagination when you reflect about it, how you, from morning to
    • throw out all these images from your soul life. Try to ponder
    • you want to examine yourself, learn to know about yourself
    • outer world surrounding us, so much more closely do we
    • our surroundings. Learning to know this outer world, we try to
    • incorporated into a physical body. Seen from outside in a
    • particular. Should we have a very limited outlook and actually
    • moment we widen our outlook, the very moment we develop our
    • following: out of spiritual scientific experience mankind can
    • will lift our individuality out of our inherited abilities.
    • in order for the transformation of talents to be carried out,
    • astral body is lifted during dreamless sleep out of the
    • self or the individuality, not only developed out of the
    • about his karma. Planning for the three weeks ahead, he
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    • forwards a few things about our building, so that our friends may find
    • the outer world, so that those who have not at present an opportunity
    • stated that the Dornach Building has grown out of the Anthroposophical
    • actually brought this state of things about? You see, in everything
    • be traced back to what we may call the Old Testament outlook on the
    • about these things, but this evening we will begin by making a survey
    • from without. Let us begin by supposing that someone approaches if from
    • by houses, where the outer architecture would not have had to be so
    • of course necessary to so plant the outer architecture that it might
    • quite originally and elementally, out of the intuitive thinking.
    • must be created from out of their own form-essence. They will then,
    • which you can distinctly see here to the South. The motives of the windows
    • they develop out of that one over the principal Entrance in the same
    • out of another; although there has been no copying of what is organic.
    • world in forms, without beginning to symbolise. We then shall be able
    • to see how one surface, one form, proceeds out of the other in such
    • expressed in forms without any transition though the symbolical.
    • the case that metamorphosis comes about through that which in the one
    • consists, and here you can see it carried out. And I should like to
    • organic structural thought has been carried out, and how, for instance,
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    • the Building from the outside, from different aspects. To-day we will
    • as it appears at present from the outside, the idea called up through
    • humanity. The outward forms point to this something that is new in the
    • This inner architecture is now to be shown in contrast to the outer.
    • the chief thing about this Building is that everything is felt to be
    • grown out of the architecture. That is the fundamental principle upon
    • which the whole Building is carried out.
    • the way in which the motive of every pillar develops out of the one
    • out of the first and where also the architrave motive is transformed
    • pillar develops itself out of the first — that is to say when
    • each succeeding leaf of a plant issues through metamorphosis out of
    • pillar develops out of the form of the first pillar. The whole of it
    • how the architrave motif progresses, each form building itself up out,
    • the one out of the other. Look at them again - this pillar and the following
    • you the staff of Mercury wound about with snakes but you must not regard
    • of progressive change the next form will develop out of this one.
    • notice how certain lines which wind themselves about this Mercury motifs
    • branch out from one another, how the Mercury motif with its small top
    • how forms which are in living movement grow through and grow out of
    • about at the centre, just when you have what is most complicated, this
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    • in the painting entirely out of colour, so that, as regards the painting
    • out into the space in which the colour is manifesting, to follow the
    • formed in colour, if we are able to draw the form out of the colour.
    • the elemental beings which develop their forms of themselves out from
    • made to show in painting the secret of how to create out of the very
    • we look out on, is born wholly out of the creative colour-world. As
    • grows out of the colour-world.
    • the spirit, out of itself creating form. The psychic finds its manifestation,
    • out for something else, as not really giving expression to that which
    • itself in the original conception of it. And out of the contemplation
    • of the fifth-post Atlantean time is not to be won without one's having
    • spirit, for a youth who is already Jupiter, which is no longer earth-youth,
    • which is already the youth of the next planetary embodiment of the earth.
    • and from the colour itself that will be drawn out which already lies
    • in it and which must necessarily be drawn out, if one has a living feeling
    • principle of Initiation, which also had developed out of the primeval
    • kill him inwardly, if he had not always the vision of youth, of the
    • attempt has been made to draw out of the colours just what is meant
    • here. An attempt has been made to draw out of the colours even the contrast
    • That is to say, Ahriman does not go about without his constant shadow
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    • should like to link on what I am about to say to the
    • out of which flow the impulses for all our knowledge and all
    • foolish as modern science sometimes makes it out to be, but
    • course of human affairs had now to die out. For this reason
    • going to show that no one can heal diseases without also
    • Wagner, goes out from his cell into the green world where, to
    • Easter Festival out-of-doors in the meadows, until he himself
    • But you came out, aye, safe and sound.
    • wants to fly out on the wings of a bird to gain knowledge of
    • Ah, then, all heaven opens out before you!”
    • look at the external phenomena of the outside world, but to
    • spiritual. This Faust sees. It goes without saying that
    • have stayed out of doors till late in the evening, till
    • outwardly the light has gone, the dusk has fallen. And into
    • begins to speak of the past, of what is left alive out of the
    • example of the wisdom in Goethe's drama. He picks out what
    • say about this scene? Well, you can rend it; they say:
    • Gretchen about the religious life:
    • would not have put the speech into the mouth of Faust when he
    • men bandy about truth and error when they undertake much a
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    • like, my dear friends, to make a few remarks about the
    • own satisfaction how it comes about that, two days after the
    • connections, can see that there is nothing dilettante about
    • written out of understanding for what is spiritual. Anyone
    • just thinking out something about spiritual worlds and their
    • anything behind. It goes without saying that sometimes one
    • about Freemasonry and its potential dangers). He now only
    • who knew something about the matter said: I suggest, your
    • the presidential chair, and he moved without putting one foot
    • therefore, that his soul has been snatched out of his body,
    • out of their bodies when they go to the Brocken; for
    • separation of the astral body and ego is brought about. In
    • this way the Brocken journey is carried out in spirit. It is
    • can be carried out. No one need think, however, that he can
    • obtain information about the mixing of the magic ointment any
    • more easily than he can obtain it about the way in which van
    • find it too tedious to do the exercises and to carry out the
    • themselves together with a company witches also outside their
    • by Goethe out of his deep knowledge. Goethe is not merely
    • dead, so long does he bear about with him, on going out with
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    • can say that, in writing the scenes out of his long and
    • that Goethe's inner imagination develop out of the
    • said about Fichte both in the development of the
    • they are about him how he strove an elemental way to
    • life but the whole life of the cosmos. And out of this
    • often much about it that is abstract; this is penetrated,
    • then expressed — though without being understood by his
    • about all that was so vividly before their spiritual I people
    • understand, too, how the youthful Fichte, meeting antiquated
    • and the luciferic. And Goethe wished to work everything out
    • taken his degree. It looks as if he were right outside the
    • rather heatedly about the people who, as he observes, receive
    • point out this coldness, though it was a long way from being
    • bring about, to a certain degree, Helen's embodiment. To this
    • to produce a being that, without a physical body, develop the
    • substantiality he brought about through the kind of being we
    • error is brought about in a roundabout way through Wagner.
    • being out of what Wagner has compounded. Had Wagner —
    • method for doing this. But it goes without saying that it is
    • Mephistopheles that, out of what Wagner has achieved, the
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    • going to speak about this evening I should like to link on to
    • often spoken here before about the importance of the
    • to indicate. It comes indeed out of Goethe's immediate soul
    • there definite forms, definite outlines and boundaries. These
    • movement, and the world of the senses rises out of all this
    • meditation. The cause comes from without. It is
    • that nature, about the exercises for gaining admittance into
    • present time and necessity are concerned in the giving out of
    • these things to the world, it goes without saying that a halt
    • out of supersensible impulses.
    • ‘Mothers’ is a name not without significance for
    • is consummated. The man who is about to become physical
    • is in a certain measure produced out of the mother alone, but
    • those forces that, working down out of the cosmos, prepare
    • to point out to the world that there is a spiritual kindom,
    • red in diagram). Now out of this whole world Plutarch
    • about whichwe cannot speak as of something completed, and
    • this. If you do not take simply its outward, gross physical
    • its source down to its mouth always comes over again from the
    • running water that spreads itself out and sets itself in
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    • to post-Atlantean time) we can select one item or another out
    • about the fourth — that is, the Graeco-Latin time; and
    • about the fifth, our own time, which began about the year
    • know about these epochs.
    • to terms, — with which they have to wrestle, and out of
    • question about Birth and Death with the same vital intensity
    • the Faust drama is derived out of the deepest interests of
    • There must be added a certain consciousness about the
    • atmosphere of the South in order to get other forms of
    • Mephistopheles out of an empty or merely abstract reflection,
    • nothing that we hear it again out of the lips of Faust
    • like any other poet. Goethe is one who created out of
    • experiences the picture of Helena which Goethe lifts out of
    • outwardly, whether by smoke or any other means. For him to
    • reproduce it outwardly, it must be connected with his inner
    • Faust breaks out into the words that tell of his inner
    • it was out of this impulse that the culture of ancient Greece
    • Trojan War broke out. The Greeks besieged and conquered Troy,
    • taken from him; he was sent back to Troy without Helena, but
    • she herself no longer knows who she is. And out of all these
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    • on Christian soil about the Birth of Christ! How infinitely
    • dimensions than hitherto. Even directly out of the force of
    • are derived out of the blood-relationship of men. Now they
    • social structures of mankind which should now arise out of
    • representing things out of his own personal impulse, where in
    • mankind out of the Mysteries. They clid not say to human
    • consider an outstanding myth, connected with the very thing I
    • in order not to bring about disaster there by killing his
    • out and took the way to Thebes became his doom. On the way he
    • Wright speak for many hours about the solving of the Riddle
    • Oedipusindividuality — taken out of the blood
    • connection, growing up outside the bonds of blood and then
    • exposed so that they undergo their evolution outside the
    • far from his father's home, was told: When the youth grows up
    • youths who had to be sacrificed to the Minotaur, and of how
    • to point this out, to show how Helena herself stands in
    • was also among those who were put outside the blood
    • bonds of blood. He takes Helena out of the Grecian bonds,of
    • thing that really brings about the social structure in that
    • worked-out, in spiritual realms above. Now in a certain sense
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    • the artistic point of view about the scenes from
    • that what I was explaining to you a few days ago about the
    • weeks we know that it is only at about the end of his
    • twenties that man, through the forces he develops out of his
    • knowledge, If we wish to learn the truth about these matters,
    • himself quite specially connected. If we separate man out in
    • I have also pointed out there the hazardous side of such
    • these things has come about in the first half of life we do
    • both persist throughout the whole of life. But these two
    • way in which accurately given information about Spiritual
    • exceptional for his own life from the culture of the south
    • was still writing the youthful part of Faust, but later,
    • “Faust” its most outstanding expression.
    • connection that Goethe thought out the figure of Homunculus,
    • few remarks out of the essence of Spiritual Science. Thus
    • Goethe thought out the figure of Homunculus in connection
    • it came to represent all that man knows about man, What can
    • we know about man by collecting together that knowledge which
    • we have about the substances and forces of the earth? How can
    • mind to put together man out of the sum-total of nature's
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    • short-sighted outlook and is untrue. Knowledge of man does
    • not depend upon whether the scientific outlook accepted today
    • I pointed out how man exists in states of consciousness
    • would know far more about their dreams if they exerted
    • themselves to know a little more about waking. If they would
    • make an effort to know something about being awake, they
    • clearer about dream-life, if we tried to perceive the
    • theories about dreams that maintain something like the
    • been fulfilled. A man goes throughout life wishing all kinds
    • rule if anyone has evil thoughts about you. On the whole, men
    • come to something else significant. Out of the unconscious
    • conscience about the various things in life about which we
    • about subjective experiences that take place really in the
    • without any
    • I pointed out
    • Dryads point out the Phorkyads to Mephistopheles, we are
    • man knows little more about himself — forgive me but
    • this is true — he knows little more about himself than
    • he does about a Homunculus; and about a Homo he knows
    • flexible ideas, he could grasp human life out of another
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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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    • a certain outlook suggestive of that of spiritual
    • sciencce — although this outlook may be but dimly
    • connection with the whole evolution of mankind. Out I wish to
    • that is, to point out how really it is only possible rightly
    • to think out anything that had to do with art, with painting,
    • concerning the appearance of colors. It goes without saying
    • his whole outlook on physics, that is to say, on inanimate,
    • natural phenomena. It was an outlook that rejected all
    • hypotheses and theories, that never thought out anything
    • about natural phenomena, but traced back one set of natural
    • that Goethe also tried at any rate to outline for the whole
    • you will find a chart in which Goethe has detched out a
    • theory of colors, is indeed merely given in outline. Some day
    • without setting up any hypotheses, he followed up how the
    • is simply transformed stem leaf. Again this is an outlook
    • think about nature in the way that is possible during human
    • is so significant about Goethe, and why I tell you he can
    • goes without saying that the perception of sense phenomena
    • theories the purity of its outlook on nature by influencing
    • outlook upon what is earthly.
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    • together out of various ingredients. But it is no man who
    • physical world is thought out to the highest point of
    • conception of man? How can it be brought about that in this
    • too out of the body to gain knowledge, decisive knowledge,
    • more than in our youth. But he realised, also the problematic
    • nature of the sojourn of soul and spirit outside the body.
    • when outside the body with his soul and spirit, in highly
    • contrive out of his ordinary knowledge, he still remains a
    • special significance in foresaking the land and sailing out
    • lived in the outside world. Just as a change took place in
    • Hercules. This meant that he sails out into the limitless,
    • out of his feeling for the cosmos, and when he speaks of all
    • not only within man but also outside him. They are the voices
    • have often shown, inner and outer flow together. The
    • Siren-sounds are those that entice the souls of men out of
    • consciously, outside the body, is then experienced in
    • the outlook of Homunculus is to become the outlook of Homo?
    • must be taken out of that world and transposed into the world
    • that the ideas about these Samothracian Mysteries about the
    • held about the Gods, all their ideas concerning the
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XI: The Vision of Reality in the Greek Myths
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    • Faust for about sixty years. Moreover, we have to do here
    • the main points of what was said yesterday about all that is
    • together out of natural forces and natural laws. All this
    • grow out of the idea of Homunculus?
    • knowledge based on investigation pursued, outside the body,
    • knowledge acquired outside the instrument of the physical
    • on various paths, and those paths that opened out to him he
    • man, Faust, has been approached (from outside, but that is of
    • outside his body, becomes able to perceive what is around
    • peoples have seen the impulse in the soul that brings about
    • its separation from the body. Connection with the outside
    • matter of course: “When I sail out on the open sea, and
    • earth's rigid outlines.” — This is why, when
    • here is put into external form. I will, however, point out
    • brought about by the Sirens. Above all they practise their
    • of spirit and soul, a counterpart only to be seen outside the
    • without prejudice speak of what this really involves. In what
    • possible to grasp with out physical understanding, must be
    • fertilised by knowledge gained outside the physical body.
    • most difficult circumstances about two years before his
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  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • artistic creation out of this spiritual life, so that in this
    • beings, were we not to think about things and about
    • features about this thinking and willing. The
    • experience, without which we cannot pass beyond
    • germinate men's desires arising out of the life of instinct.
    • out of superficiality into a profound conception of life.
    • second is taken out, and that is the human being from seven
    • so on — one always coming out of another. To modern man
    • and that then, one after another, cardboard box out of
    • cardboard box, the successive stages always proceeded out of
    • cutting of teeth at about the seventh year, at the close of
    • life, I pointed out how luciferic and ahrimanic periods
    • perfect ones, up to the apes, and out of these developed man.
    • coming out of another. In reality the matter is like this.
    • only on the outside of events can never teach us to realise
    • may so express it, by what comes from above out of the
    • the outward form, my dear friends. It is altogether grotesque
    • what, in the present incarnation, you evolve out of the lower
    • to form the head out of itself, the result would be a real
    • were it left to the human body alone, out of itself, to
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    • Thanks to the Anthroposophical Society of South Africa, this Lecture has been made available.
    • he can only know about certain things, while other things are
    • above his ability to know about them; and that it is mainly the
    • out of obscure feelings and such like. Particularly the
    • science and which have also brought about the greatest
    • unsure and unable in outward actions, in relationships to their
    • are not only those of an outward supersensible world, but that
    • bears this world of nature within himself in his outer physical
    • content of our moral-spiritual forces, does not flow out of
    • natural life, certainly not out of what takes place in muscles
    • but we experience uncertainty about this whole spiritual world
    • between that which in outer nature is to it a brutal - as I
    • out of the most intimate spiritual inner life as the content of
    • able to say something, albeit hypothetically, about the present
    • day creatures out of which man is supposed to have developed.
    • our present world is supposed to have developed out of the
    • world mist. Hypotheses are also made about the end of our
    • contracting, constituting itself out of natural substances and
    • natural forces. One imagines physical man then emerging out of
    • magnetism, warmth and so on, they can be outwardly observed,
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    • What we have examined in the developmental route of mankind in
    • in Sinai. Let's remind ourselves about our contemplation of the
    • “Mission of Moses.” Out of what did this Mission
    • successive time intervals. Yesterday we spoke about the Rishis,
    • who became however at specific times an instrument, a mouth
    • out of their bodies, and thus step into a relationship with
    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • but their rise could not without further ado reach to the upper
    • Despite that however they could be taught about the higher
    • planes knew about the higher planes.
    • he moved freely throughout the astral plane. Even his people
    • about the higher worlds, because they could consciously live
    • out of their bodies. The largest part of the people however had
    • the physical plane were to be given a revelation out of the
    • ancient Indian times, when the holy Rishis spoke out of the
    • as outer symbolic pictures in comparisons and indications
    • you as it were images but because you see the outer world as an
    • we revealed, originated out of the higher planes of Devachan,
    • called Ahura Mazdao, the being who had his outer corporeality
    • precursor within fire, for example, and not as a stiff, outer,
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    • of outer science. When we allow spiritual knowledge to really
    • things come about, than it is to penetrate behind the sensual
    • that which weaves throughout the entire world as spirit and
    • to come to grips with the relationship between the outer
    • sensual world, outside, and our soul. On looking at our own
    • acquire the right way of thinking about things around us,
    • about it. It is even understood in our time, from more sensory
    • about these things they come to believe that everything
    • certainly, when the plant is partly damaged where it grows out
    • the plant soul when the plant is pulled out of the earth,
    • instance have hair pulled out. This is something which a soul
    • value. When such knowledge for example speaks about the
    • need to think about this knowledge and should allow such
    • this knowledge we lure out contained forces and we will soon
    • experience pain. Just think about it, what a large part of the
    • in a pasture. Whoever has knowledge about this, feels entire
    • out with its roots and replanted, instead of picking flowers.
    • be rebuked, but even that changes nothing about the plant soul
    • of beauty, that pulling out the first grey hairs seems quite
    • existing out of many single living beings, but which has their
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    • am about to make may possibly give offence to so-called
    • universe when I speak about Haeckel; for anyone acquainted with
    • will understand that I speak here without prejudice, for I
    • you will consider those men who, about the middle of the
    • freedom without equal, not alone upon this subject, but in many
    • bolder outline among the works of Oken. And yet all this was
    • apparent not alone in outward form, but also by that similarity
    • as to the life of these cells was made by naturalists about the
    • that it was possible to ascertain so much about the lives of
    • see for himself that the case is as I am about to set forth,
    • been made at a time when people still thought as they did about
    • materialistic “thinking mind,” casts about for some
    • in bringing about a working partnership between them. For this
    • consciousness is developed out of that which is latent in
    • contest, Huxley said: ‘You say that development drives out the
    • fairly bears out my meaning.
    • without solution. In the year 1872 Du Bois-Reymond, in a speech
    • had, about this time, its beginning. No one is going to
    • prop for his argument that which brings about this
    • about him, when his senses are wrapped in slumber; but when he
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    • Edited by Frank Thomas Smith of Southern Cross Review fame, this lecture
    • explain many questions that may emerge out of the subjects we
    • way of thought and outlook of the present.
    • outlook, even of the people who lived in the above described
    • to their own person only their feeling and their willing. Out
    • out-breathing — so did those people conceive a certain
    • which belongs to the outer air. They imagined that they held
    • breathed them out again — out into the cosmic spaces
    • out-breathing — the sending forth of the thoughts into
    • then have come about?
    • to the outpouring of a conception such as was held by the
    • evolution of the Consciousness Soul would not have come about.
    • evolve out of the mere independent activity of all European
    • out-breathing — that is the going forth of the thoughts
    • What then is this out-breathing? It is the very same, my dear
    • thoughts spread out into the cosmos. It is the very same, only
    • of this a certain condition came about. For let us now consider
    • be torn out of one's body. At that time it was not so. At that
    • that then flowed out into civilisation, these inner conflicts
    • they flow out after death into the ethereal environment of the
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    • catastrophes. One is tempted to use the word ‘senseless’ about it all,
    • the materialistic world are not so outwardly patent as they were
    • Anglo-South African statesman has not been grasped in Europe. The
    • times about disarmament and other ‘luxuries’ of the kind — for
    • will outshine all the glory of oriental wisdom that once poured down
    • to man. Let there be no mistake about it — as long as the
    • the hearts of Asiatics. People may talk as much as they like about
    • disarmament, about the desirability of ending wars... a great war
    • will break out between the East and the West, in spite of all
    • leaders of outer civilisation.
    • manipulate his powers out of his own freewill. In other words: it
    • our Earth is placed like a wheel. Fantastic notions are evolved about
    • but of divine Beings outside, in space and beyond space —
    • out of a kind of weak and ever-weakening faith that much prefers to
    • wanders over the Earth without knowing what kind of being he really
    • idea of annihilation at death distasteful to him. Think about all that
    • in the egotistical souls of men arises in response to teaching about
    • of man, instead of being confined to his outer, physical sheaths. But
    • The first thing we observe about a human being is his outer, physical
    • obvious in their outer shape.
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    • for what works more from out of the unconscious, to become
    • the outside world, when we are conscious of the conditions of warmth
    • the will operates in the organism. We know as little about that as
    • about the conditions prevailing from the time we fall asleep until we
    • outside the physical body and the ether-body. Now it may be of very
    • great importance to learn about just those experiences which the Ego
    • out and encounter them; but with our sense-perceptions, our waking
    • tapestry spread out around us. What lies this side of the tapestry we
    • And so throughout our life, by means of what we cultivate over and
    • When we die, all sense-perceptions fall away. The outer world can no
    • reception meted out by the higher world. A man who now again
    • Earth loving his language merely out of instinct and lower impulses.
    • automatically, and out of passions and instincts express love for our
    • the outer world in our life between birth and death. For the way we
    • position to act freely, out of the depths of his soul-and-spirit, if
    • regard himself as belonging to a world which lies outside the
    • substance, not merely with thoughts about this or that. Anthroposophy
  • Title: Cosmic Forces in Man: Lecture III: The Mission of the Scandanavian Peoples
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    • the planetary spheres work upon what lies within the outer covering of
    • in the new incarnation through intercourse with the outer world are
    • brings with him through birth is brought out by these means. But it
    • He talks a great deal about the world but he does not know it,
    • programmes, men disperse without having come to any real decision
    • your earthly dwelling-place. There is something about it that presents
    • about the tumultuous events going on in the world. These events have
    • are in operation. Looking down to Middle Europe, to the South of
    • perplexed when they thought about these happenings more deeply.
    • 1914-1915 embraced within a brief space of time as much as about ten
    • things have been happening South of you in which your participation
    • has been different from that of the peoples who live in the South of
    • utter contrast between the South and the North of Europe in this
    • period which reaches its climax in that century. In the South, on the
    • the highest form of wisdom. A change comes about in this respect, but
    • South towards the North. It is, of course, true, that from the fourth
    • South and especially in Middle Europe, is rich in qualities of soul,
    • Europe more towards the South.
    • Christianity spreads out, finds its way into the Greek world, the
    • At the time when, in the South, the Spirit withdrew more and more
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    • Out of a Middle European Spiritual Life,
    • present were talking amongst themselves about this, somebody
    • that he said were proceeding directly out of his own heart; he
    • was altogether out of harmony with the system by which the older
    • escape secretly into the world outside. Accordingly, he made ready
    • lofty and valiant outlook, expressed in free and outspoken language.
    • outlook to which he could only partially adapt himself. He
    • about eighteen months, Fichte was able to pursue a fruitful activity in
    • by the outbreak of the French Revolution. We can, so to speak,
    • grew in communion with the outer world. His soul knew unconsciously
    • He intended then to return after a while, to work out in freedom
    • really uncouth and that he had no talent for adapting himself to
    • social life. When this was pointed out to him, he could not endure
    • from his own devout nature, from his meditation on the divine
    • guidance have been revealed throughout eternity to mankind —
    • enthusiasm. It went out into the world without the author's name,
    • at Zurich, in all those ideas about the aims and ideals of humanity
    • of his own thoughts about human ideals and endeavours with the
    • inevitable conclusions on the ideas about human progress then held
    • himself from contact with the outlook of Kant. There must be, he
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    • Steiner goes on to outline the history and meaning of the traditional
    • significance of the Christmas festival, which will grow out of the
    • this mood of the present time with what can come about in the soul as
    • physical sunlight descended during autumn. More outer physical
    • darkness has come about. Long have the nights become, shortened are
    • we used to go outside, to the fields, where we would feel the golden
    • outside through windows, how the earth is being covered with its
    • the seasons, what spoke out of snow and sunshine. And they listened to
    • project the star some distance out. Thus they would wander through the
    • were recited the star would be projected far out. This star of
    • We can say without exaggerating, that an understanding of the inner
    • given birth to the simple artistry of such Christmas plays out of a
    • true art was born out of a most reverent mood, a prayerful Christmas
    • infinitely more about the relation of the human soul, even the whole
    • born out of the whole human being! And the attunement to the Christmas
    • mood brought about something like this, brought about that devotion
    • Divine youthful mother*
    • From the mouth of Gabriel
    • about Adam, the “old” Adam, and Christ, the “new”
    • succeed, understanding can again be awakened, also in the outer world,
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • IS MORE than a year since I was able to speak here about those
    • world. We shall speak about a subject that will apparently lead us
    • love. What we seek is extended out into space and can be observed in
    • without making it clear to ourselves what the starting-point of the
    • Krishna leads us out into the storms of everyday life, into the wild
    • descriptions to give expression to what shines out to us from such a
    • passage through the gates of death. He gives out his teaching in a
    • speak about immortality to the pupils he is leaving behind in the
    • Socrates to lead the earthly souls until they gain an outlook into
    • it has been a Socratic civilization throughout the centuries.
    • have no doubt whatever about it but becomes confused instead with the
    • the one hand from that picture out of the
    • we are striving toward this new clairvoyance by giving out and
    • around him. That is the reason why the battle that raged about him
    • those who belonged together are about to murder each other. He felt
    • what lived in all the souls at that time and is about to kill
    • else than I speaks from out the teaching of Krishna.
    • call a universal egoism. Through this very riddle we must reach out
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • begin by indicating a few of the outstanding points — and we
    • enter the spiritual worlds without passing through a deep upheaval in
    • generally spread out over many moments, over long periods of living,
    • without its encroaching on his bodily life and health, because his
    • must learn to suffer the convulsions of our soul with outward
    • without anything being noticed in us outwardly, while within we may
    • experience such inward convulsions without losing one's outer balance
    • attached from morning to night, and reach out to interests that move
    • anthroposophist in looking out over world and planetary destinies,
    • through the study of anthroposophy, which leads even without occult
    • battle without being able to recognize its necessity, its purpose, or
    • its aim. All he sees is that blood relations are about to fight
    • Such is his feeling. It is as though the ground were about to sink
    • the individual, personal qualities whereby a man stands out from his
    • into a unique, individual being, tearing him out of the generic
    • brother that is actually about to take place. Destiny is hammering at
    • necessity out of Arjuna's destiny, instead of being given us merely
    • your ranks and in those of the enemy is but the outer physical body.
    • there they are but slaying the outer body, they are not killing the
    • to do so. Primitive peoples are acquainted with trout and salmon, cod
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    • is not really a gift of the outer physical world but a gift of the
    • without trying to get a clear idea of the peculiar life that the soul
    • general are more fleeting, less sharply outlined than the perceptions
    • dreams, and instead point out that dreams are simply copies or
    • following out all the hidden connections. If he does so, he will
    • experienced in the outer world. But it is just when we become more
    • thinking for a long time about some perplexing problem and has at
    • himself, “I have not been dreaming about this problem, nor was
    • If we carry out
    • fate and could never recall without pain and bitterness. Now
    • in bringing about all the circumstances that led up to this stroke of
    • circumstances needed to bring about this misfortune. We did not know
    • we feel ourselves in a certain relation to the outer world and the
    • feeling is quite different in its quality from any recollection out
    • everyday life. If you really try to carry out the exercises I have
    • People carry out the directions given in
    • aroused — and why indeed should we not be curious about this
    • carry out these exercises. In fact, we do not free ourselves from
    • earnest about doing the exercises the effect they can have is seen
    • some domain it must be carried out, perhaps in the most
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    • express his experience he would say, “When I look out into the
    • soul in the present cycle of evolution. If man did not reach out to
    • questions about this ebb and flow of activity. He would be content
    • mention one of them because people often make use of it without
    • do not want to buy or sell but simply want to stroll about and watch
    • what is happening and try to learn all about it.
    • people who stroll about in life are really to be judged as idlers.
    • that obviously has no connection with the outer world of the senses.
    • world and life on a purely materialistic basis. It usually turns out
    • evidently without foundation in the external world. He is impelled to
    • could neither have been bought nor sold, nor can they find out whence
    • questions about other worlds. For this reason we now have to acquire
    • breath poured out through it. For this song resounds with tones of a
    • About Arjuna then we can say that ancient clairvoyance is still
    • present in his soul but it is flickering out. It is no longer a
    • point out that though man may lift his soul today into that realm
    • call our everyday consciousness the lowest realm. About it lies a
    • moment we enter that realm without sufficient preparation, without
    • bear transported to the South, we thirst and long for something that
    • outlook can imagine that good beings alone could bring about the
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • into the nature of definitions, once set out to give a definition of
    • activity of man's waking life brings about a continual destruction of
    • the outside world, we are destroying delicate forms in our brain. In
    • health to go without proper sleep. Certainly man's life is so
    • without seriously injuring them. It remains true, however, that the
    • say for instance in the 40's or 50's of the nineteenth century, about
    • unthinkable. It would be absurd. It would have been out of the
    • scientific thought began about the fifteenth century, so the era of
    • outward into the far spaces of the universe. I have often spoken of
    • taught mankind to look out into the infinite distances of cosmic
    • was so significant about Bruno's deed in explaining to men how the
    • it is you yourselves who project it out into space?” The
    • Throughout the period from Copernicus to the last third of the
    • from a fresh aspect. We can bring about such moments during sleep by
    • well understand why the anthroposophical outlook meets with so much
    • edition came out last year. In it a perfectly sincere person attacks
    • the custom of teaching children religious ideas. He points out that
    • of human progress. He points out how men are influenced by the
    • does it in such a way that, after all he has said about Newtonism, he
    • through the world today with half thought-out logic because in
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    • speak intelligently and intelligibly about such a work as the
    • most difficult in our time to gain a true judgment about the great
    • it is pointed out that this or that saying occurring in the Gospels
    • outrageously misused and tortured the
    • often indicated that misunderstandings without number arise from the
    • sensualize what the higher forces of the soul sketch out before us.
    • today, “What is the judgment of true mystic wisdom about this
    • abstractly, absolutely true statement. Yet this was spoken out of the
    • Gita, to the ninth discourse where these words are poured out,
    • are told how the soul can become ever more free of the outer bodily
    • independent of outer things as it gradually attains Yoga and becomes
    • directly out of the occult depths of life. If we are to understand
    • before him. Then the super-sensible can be poured out into
    • is without form or likeness. This is what happens at the beginning of
    • the second half of the sublime song — that is to say, about the
    • Heaven. With many arms and with many bodies, with many mouths and
    • yea, like to the Sun itself. And what streams forth from Thy mouth is
    • stupendous with many mouths, arms, limbs, feet, many bodies, many
    • I see Thee, and mouth like to vast-flaming eyes. My soul trembles.
    • battle, without thee hath death taken all the warriors who stand
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    • as he is simply cannot know one part of his being. As he looks out
    • up to man. It goes without saying that man must assume some creative
    • kingdoms are outside him and he can observe them. As to all man has
    • kingdoms of nature outside him. The forces active within him which
    • outside him. Just as little as the eye, whose purpose it is to see
    • outwardly, can see itself, just so little can man gain knowledge of
    • the eye to see itself because it is there to see out, and it is
    • impossible for those forces in man that are there to acquire outer
    • easily by simply leaving out of account the fact that this special
    • have described previously about the effects of thinking.
    • exceptions to the statement that the forces leading man out beyond
    • our illustration about debt exists also in the universe. All
    • philosophic dicta about “nothing,” however pretentious
    • us, which we know in the forces of nature throughout the mineral,
    • about them and therefore cannot enter into or appreciate them because
    • fifteen.” The man leaves out of account the very thing
    • out in the three kingdoms of nature. At present I cannot deal fully
    • sleep regenerate the outworn forces in man. Only they are hidden by
    • created to man being re-created. In so doing we have to look out into
    • sacrifice, a soul that throughout all the processes of human life
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    • our own without much difficulty. It is also natural that those who
    • for a work that has sprung directly out of the substance of that
    • of the West (not those of southern Asia), however, is altogether
    • approach this poem without first working on their own souls. A
    • poured out into all people. Until our time, however, these facts
    • I am about to say is extreme heresy from the point of view of our
    • Thus it comes about
    • to draw your attention. Without doubt, among the present people of
    • they are already far from understanding those feelings poured out in the
    • European gave out, it was simply terrible. If you will forgive the
    • the Old Moon epoch but much more evolved. This was the condition out
    • Vedantic and Sankhya philosophies, because there, without knowing it,
    • understand that the external expressions themselves, the outer forms
    • flowed out into the words sattwa, rajas, tamas. I do not attach
    • actually lies in these words? Without a living sympathy with what was
    • out the meaning of concepts in commentaries. He would just set to
    • these conceptions freely out of our own experience.
    • about the animal kingdom is a tamas-understanding.
    • about by eating meat represents tamas. Notice that we cannot keep the
    • man is trying to assimilate the outer world, not through ordinary
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    • about plant food was true for the ancient Indian of that food Krishna
    • with heart and head in the right place. A man who takes without
    • out from all the beauty and loveliness of the world; who avoids all
    • surface would represent a tamas impression. Where man looks out into
    • For the ancient Indian, to know well about this threefold nature of
    • his surroundings meant not only a certain understanding of the outer
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • does not build up concepts and ideas about the world but just lives
    • about them.
    • his surroundings. However, when the world about him becomes so
    • himself.” This therefore is one way of bringing about
    • outside you runs its course in conditions of sattwa, rajas and tamas.
    • without flattery) that those who strive after anthroposophy are
    • Rajas men look out on
    • surrounds us in the universe outside. In their prayer they have a
    • sense for “Sat,” the All-being, the unity without and
    • out beyond them.
    • and know that thou canst live without feeling thyself bound up with
    • burrow down into their own soul, finding no connection with the outer
    • but are cast out i